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AFHL Newsletter: December Edition

CHECK OUT ALL OF THE UPDATED STATS AND STANDINGS IN OUR NOVEMBER WRAP UP

The St. Albert Slash (Midget AAA), Calgary Fire White (Midget Elite), and Calgary Fire Red (Bantam Elite) all lead their respective divisions at the end of the second month of action. NOVEMBER WRAP UP > 


106 AFHL PLAYERS NAMED TO 2020 ALBERTA WINTER GAMES ROSTERS

Hockey Alberta has announced the female rosters for the 2020 Alberta Winter Games, which include 106 players from the Alberta Female Hockey League. MORE > 


CALGARY, RED DEER, AND LLOYDMINSTER SET TO HOST 2020 PROVINCIAL CHAMPIONSHIPS

The Calgary Fire, Red Deer Sutter Fund Chiefs, and Lloydminster Jr. Steelers will host the Midget AAA, Midget Elite and Bantam Elite provincial championships, respectively. INFO >


ROCKY MOUNTAIN RAIDERS AND LLOYDMINSTER STEELERS GIVE BACK TO THEIR COMMUNITIES

For the second year, the Rocky Mountain Raiders Midget AAA Female hockey team is partnering with a Seniors Care Home in Okotoks, Tudor Manor, to create memories that will last forever. MORE >

The Lloydminster Steelers are working with Project PJ by Olivia for the fifth straight year. Project PJ by Olivia was started by Olivia Brockhoff when she was 11, and since then over 6,000 pairs of PJs have been donated to the Stollery Hospital in Edmonton. PHOTOS >


WHAT’S HAPPENING IN THE AFHL IN 2020?

- Female Hockey Day: January 25

- Bantam Elite Showcase: February 7-9

- Alberta Winter Games: February 14-17

- Hockey Alberta Provincial Championships: March 19-22 (Bantam Elite, Midget AAA), March 26-29 (Midget Elite)


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AFHL Newsletter: February Edition

 

CHECK OUT ALL OF THE UPDATED AFHL STANDINGS

The St. Albert Slash (Midget AAA), Calgary Fire Red (Midget Elite), and Calgary Fire White (Bantam Elite) all lead their respective divisions as we get to the end of the season. BANTAM ELITE STANDINGS > | MIDGET ELITE STANDINGS > | MIDGET AAA STANDINGS >


 APPLICATIONS OPEN FOR 2020 FEMALE ELITE GOALIE CAMP

This two-day camp at Winsport Arena in Calgary on June 20-21 will feature four on ice session and four off ice sessions geared toward elite goaltenders and focus on techniques, tactics and how to excel at the highest level. The deadline to apply is March 6. APPLICATION >


PHOTOS NOW AVAILABLE FROM BANTAM ELITE SHOWCASE WEEKEND

Photos from the AFHL’s Bantam Elite Showcase are now available from LA Media.  GALLERY >


ZONE 4 WINS ALBERTA WINTER GAMES GOLD

It was a thrilling finish at the 2020 Alberta Winter Games in Airdrie on February 17, with Zone 4 defeating Zone 3 in overtime to win the gold medal. RECAP >


 DEADLINE TO APPLY FOR AFHL SCHOLARSHIPS IS MARCH 1

The Alberta Female Hockey League annually present four scholarships, valuing $1,500 each. These scholarships will be awarded to the student athletes who best exemplify the values of the AFHL; academics, athletics, and personal growth. Two players, a coach, and an official who plan to attend post-secondary during the 2020-2021 academic year, will receive the scholarships. APPLY NOW >


WHAT’S COMING UP IN THE AFHL?

- Bantam Elite Playoffs begin: February 28 - Playoff Formats >

- Midget Elite Playoffs begin: March 6

- Hockey Alberta Provincial Championships: March 19-22 (Bantam Elite, Midget AAA), March 26-29 (Midget Elite) - List of Provincial Hosts >

- Midget AAA Pacific Regional Championship - April 3-5

- 2020 Esso Cup in Prince Albert, SK: April 19-25


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AFHL January Wrap Up

Midget AAA

Heading into February, the Midget AAA standings are:

1) St. Albert Slash (55 pts)
2) Rocky Mountain Raiders (39 pts)

3) Edmonton Pandas (35 pts) 
4) Calgary Fire (35 pts) 
5) Lloydminster PWM Steelers (26 pts)
6) Red Deer Sutter Fund Chiefs (8 pts)

Rocky Mountain Raiders forward Sydney Benko and her teammate Kaia Borbandy are tied atop the points list with 20 each. St. Albert’s Jenna Goodwin leads the league in goals with 12. Borbandy also leads in the assists category with 13.

The Slash tandem of Holly Borrett and Mabel Maltais are both sporting a 0.99 GAA to lead all goaltenders, while Maltais is also leading in both wins (11) and shutouts (5).

Midget AAA Leaderboard >


Midget Elite

Heading into February, the Midget Elite standings are:

North Division:
1) St. Albert Sharks (37 pts) 
2) Lloydminster Elite Steelers (31 pts)
3) Edmonton Pandas (28 pts)
4) Peace Country PCFAC Storm (23 pts)
5) North Central Impact (21 pts) 
6) Sherwood Park Fury (19 pts)

South Division:
1) Calgary Fire Red (45 pts) 
2) Calgary Fire White (42 pts)
3) Rocky Mountain Raiders (31 pts)
4) Red Deer Sutter Fund Chiefs (30 pts)
5) Southern Express (30 pts)
6) Airdrie Lightning (17 pts)

Sherwood Park Fury forward Tayler Premak still holds the top spot in the points and assists categories with 29 and 14 respectively. Calgary Fire Red’s Teah Workman is tied with Premak with 14 assists. Kendal Pierson (Southern Express) has surged up the goal scoring list, and now leads the league with 18.

Calgary Fire White’s Cienna Kinghorn has put up a stellar 0.61 GAA and 6 shutouts to lead in both categories. Calgary Fire Red netminder Kalynah Fong Martin has put up 14 wins and sits one shutout behind Kinghorn with 4.

Midget Elite Leaderboard >


Bantam Elite

Heading into February, the Bantam Elite standings are:

North Division:
1) Sherwood Park Royals (58 pts)
2) North Central Impact (39 pts)
3) Peace Country Bonnett’s Storm (30 pts)
4) Lloydminster Junior Steelers (26 pts)
5) Edmonton Pandas (24 pts) 
6) St. Albert Chargers (8 pts) 

South Division:
1) Calgary Fire White (56 pts)
2) Calgary Fire Red (49 pts)
3) Rocky Mountain Raiders (43 pts)
4) Red Deer Sutter Fund Chiefs (34 pts)
5) Southern Express (10 pts)
6) Olds Grizzlys (7 pts)

Chloe Goofers of the North Central Impact has taken a seven point lead in the points race, and also leads the way with 24 assists. Sherwood Park’s Haley Trudeau is leading the way in goals scored with 21.

Jorja Fisher (Calgary Fire Red) is continuing a great season, logging a 1.10 GAA. Calgary Fire White goalie Hadley Stevens has taken the top spot in both wins (11) and shutouts (4).

Bantam Elite Leaderboard >

The Bantam Elite division will be on display in Red Deer this coming weekend for the Bantam Elite Showcase. All twelve teams will be in action at the Gary W. Harris Cenre over the course of the weekend, with games beginning on Friday, February 7 at 8am.

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Nominate your coach for the BFL Female Coach of the Year!

RED DEER - Do you have a coach that has made a significant impact on your team this season? Nominate her for the BFL Coach of the Year award!

The BFL Female Coach of the Year Awards recognize and honor coaches who exemplify the positive values of hockey and sport, for their successful and outstanding achievements in player development and the leadership of their players and teams.

The BFL Female Coach of the Year Awards will honor one female community coach and one female high-performance coach in each province who have made outstanding contributions over an extended period of time coaching hockey programs within Hockey Canada female and/or minor hockey programs.

In addition, BFL Female Coach of the Year Award provincial winners will be considered in the selection of the national BFL Female Coach of the Year Awards for community coach and high-performance coach.


Criteria

  • Leads by example in demonstrating fair play and sportsmanship,
  • Places the emotional and physical well-being ahead of a personal desire to win,
  • Places an emphasis on equitable participation of all players registered on the team,
  • Demonstrates a commitment to the development of every player and staff member,
  • Treats each player as an individual and understands the range of emotional and physical development,
  • Does her best to provide a safe playing situation for all players,
  • Uses the coaching techniques that are appropriate for all of the age and skill level of her players,
  • Must be actively coaching at the female hockey, minor hockey or high-performance levels within the province the nomination originates from,
  • Must be trained and/or certified in the Hockey Canada National Coach Certification Program,
  • Must have completed all elements required to be an active coach,
  • Must be a member in good standing within the Province the nomination originates from.

How to Nominate

Any individual may nominate a coach for the provincial coach awards. The nomination must clearly state whether the award nomination is for the community coach and high-performance coach category. The individual submitting the nomination should complete the online nomination form and should also include a covering letter of support (not to exceed 300 words). As well, the supporting materials will include testimonials as to why the individual should be considered.

NOMINATION FORM >

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AFHL Newsletter: January Edition

CHECK OUT ALL OF THE UPDATED AFHL STANDINGS

The St. Albert Slash (Midget AAA), Calgary Fire Red (Midget Elite), and Sherwood Park Royals (Bantam Elite) all lead their respective divisions as 2020 begins. BANTAM ELITE STANDINGS > | MIDGET ELITE STANDINGS > | MIDGET AAA STANDINGS >


 AFHL SCHOLARSHIP OPPORTUNITIES

The Alberta Female Hockey League annually present four scholarships, valuing $1,500 each. These scholarships will be awarded to the student athletes who best exemplify the values of the AFHL; academics, athletics, and personal growth. Two players, a coach, and an official who plan to attend post-secondary during the 2020-2021 academic year, will receive the scholarships. APPLY NOW >


 

AFHL ALUMNI SPOTLIGHT - ATHENA HAUCK

This month’s AFHL Alumni Spotlight focuses on Athena Hauck, a former Rocky Mountain Raider. Athena is currently in the Bachelor of Health Science program at Mount Royal University, and has a goal of becoming a Research Scientist of health in the future. Away from the rink, her favourite sport is canoe/kayak polo, which she has been playing since she was seven, and enjoys it because it is very unique and different from hockey. Athena’s favourite part about hockey is creating relationships and experiencing special moments with those same people. ATHENA’S BIO >


AFHL’s COACHES CORNER - PUCK RETRIEVALS AND BREAKOUTS

When practicing Puck Retrievals & Breakouts, look to focus on specific components. By separating out the different components, it is much easier to identify strengths, weaknesses, and opportunities. On most teams, you will find subtle skill deficiencies that are limiting the efficiency of the entire breakout process. VIDEO NOTES >

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WHAT’S HAPPENING IN THE AFHL IN 2020?

- Female Hockey Day: January 25

- Bantam Elite Showcase: February 7-9

- Alberta Winter Games: February 14-17

- Hockey Alberta Provincial Championships: March 19-22 (Bantam Elite, Midget AAA), March 26-29 (Midget Elite)


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AFHL December Wrap Up

RED DEER - Wrapping up the 2019 portion of the schedule, The St. Albert Slash (Midget AAA), Calgary Fire White and Red(Midget Elite), and Sherwood Park Royals (Bantam Elite) all lead their respective divisions.


Midget AAA

Heading into 2020, the Midget AAA Female standings are:

1) St. Albert Slash (44 pts)
2) Edmonton Pandas (31 pts)

3) Lloydminster PWM Steelers (20 pts)
4) Rocky Mountain Raiders (25 pts)
5) Calgary Fire (23 pts)
6) Red Deer Sutter Fund Chiefs (7 pts)

Rocky Mountain Raiders forward Sydney Benko has a one point lead over St. Albert’s Jenna Goodwin with a total of 17, and the two are tied for the lead in goals with 11 each. Benko’s teammate Kaia Borbandy still leads the way in assists with 12 and sits tied with Goodwin at 16 points.

Elise Hugens is continuing her spectacular season for the Edmonton Pandas by leading the league with a 0.75 GAA. Slash goaltender Mabel Maltais still has a perfect record this season, pushing it to 9-0, including four shutouts, which is also leading the league.

Midget AAA Leaderboard >


Midget Elite

Heading into 2020, the Midget Elite standings are:

North Division:
1) Lloydminster Elite Steelers (27 pts)
2) St. Albert Sharks (25 pts) 
3) Edmonton Pandas (23 pts)
4) Peace Country PCFAC Storm (15 pts)
5) North Central Impact (12 pts) 
6) Sherwood Park Fury (10 pts)

South Division:
1) Calgary Fire White (29 pts)
2) Calgary Fire Red (29 pts) 
3) Red Deer Sutter Fund Chiefs (22 pts)
4) Rocky Mountain Raiders (22 pts)
5) Southern Express (15 pts)
6) Airdrie Lightning (14 pts)

Sherwood Park Fury forward Tayler Premak has the top spot in the points and assists categories with 20 and 12 respectively. She also sits one goal behind leader Paige Dodd of Red Deer, who has set the pace with nine goals. 

Calgary Fire White’s Cienna Kinghorn carries the top GAA with 0.95, while Calgary Fire Red netminder Kalynah Fong Martin currently leads in wins (8) and shutouts (4).

Midget Elite Leaderboard >


Bantam Elite

Heading into 2020, the Bantam Elite standings are:

North Division:
1) Sherwood Park Royals (37 pts)
2) North Central Impact (21 pts)
3) Peace Country Bonnett’s Storm (18 pts)
4) Edmonton Pandas (16 pts)
5) Lloydminster Junior Steelers (14 pts)
6) St. Albert Chargers (8 pts) 

South Division:
1) Rocky Mountain Raiders (28 pts)
2) Calgary Fire White (27 pts)
3) Calgary Fire Red (26 pts)
4) Red Deer Sutter Fund Chiefs (17 pts)
5) Southern Express (9 pts)
6) Olds Grizzlys (4 pts)

Hanna Perrier of Calgary Fire Red continues to lead Bantam Elite in points (19) and is still tied for the lead with her teammate Makenna Schafer with nine assists. Peace Country’s Kamryn Aebly has taken sole spot as the goals leader with eleven.

Jorja Fisher (Calgary Fire Red) has been great this season, logging a 0.84 GAA. Sherwood Park’s Grace Mackenzie and Teegan Fedoruk, have each recored six wins, and are tied for the lead with Hadley Stevens of Calgary Fire White. Four goaltenders share the league lead in shutouts two, including Fisher and Stevens, along with Caitlin Nichols (Red Deer) and Avery Johnson (Peace Country).

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106 AFHL Players named to Alberta Winter Games rosters

RED DEER - Hockey Alberta has announced the female rosters for the 2020 Alberta Winter Games, which include 106 players from the Alberta Female Hockey League.

Six teams will take to the ice in Airdrie on February 14-17, with 120 total female players (born in 2005 and 2006) ready to take the first step in the Team Alberta program.

2020 Alberta Winter Games Female Rosters >

Twenty players comprise each roster, along with volunteers serving as head coach, assistant coach, apprentice coach, coach mentor, trainer, and director of operations. Rosters were selected based on performances at regional camps held November 29 - December 1 in Innisfail and Wetaskiwin.


The Alberta Winter Games is a multi-sport event for developing athletes, aged 11-17 years old. The Winter Games were first hosted in 1976 in Banff, and occur each even-numbered year. The athletes are selected to represent the eight zones in Alberta in 20 sports such as hockey, badminton, gymnastics, skiing and skating. Hockey Alberta coordinates the ice hockey portion of the Winter Games, as a core segment of its Development Program.

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2020 Hockey Alberta Provincial Championship host sites announced

RED DEER - Hockey Alberta and the Alberta Female Hockey League are pleased to announce the host sites for the 2020 Provincial Championships, presented by ATB Financial.

The Calgary Fire, Red Deer Sutter Fund Chiefs, and Lloydminster Jr. Steelers will host the Midget AAA, Midget Elite and Bantam Elite provincial championships, respectively.

The Bantam Female Elite and Midget AAA tournaments will run on the March 19-22 weekend and the Midget Elite provincial championship is set for March 26-29.

ATB Financial will once again headline as the presenting sponsor of the Hockey Alberta Provincial Championships, continuing a long-standing relationship with Hockey Alberta.

2019 Provincial Host Sites >

A total of 40 Provincial Championships will be hosted across the province, at locations ranging from Grimshaw in the north and west, Claresholm in the south, and Lloydminster in the east.

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AFHL November Wrap-Up

RED DEER - Continuing into the month of December, The St. Albert Slash (Midget AAA), Calgary Fire White (Midget Elite), and Calgary Fire Red (Bantam Elite) all lead their respective divisions at the end of the second month of action.


Midget AAA

Through November, the Midget AAA Female standings are:

1) St. Albert Slash (41 pts)
2) Edmonton Pandas (27 pts)

3) Lloydminster PWM Steelers (20 pts)
4) Rocky Mountain Raiders (20 pts)
5) Calgary Fire (20 pts)
6) Red Deer Sutter Fund Chiefs (4 pts)

St. Albert forward Jenna Goodwin has taken over the lead in points (14) and goals (9), while Kaia Borbandy leads the way in assists (10) and points (12).

Slash goaltender Mabel Maltais has been perfect this season with an 8-0 record, including three shutouts, which is tied for the league lead with her teammate Holly Borrett. Elise Hugens has been rock solid for the Edmonton Pandas this season, leading the league with a 0.67 GAA.

Midget AAA Leaderboard >


Midget Elite

Through November, the Midget Elite standings are:

North Division:
1) Lloydminster Elite Steelers (21 pts)
2) Edmonton Pandas  (20 pts)
3) St. Albert Sharks (20 pts) 
4) Peace Country PCFAC Storm (14 pts)
5) North Central Impact (9 pts) 
6) Sherwood Park Fury (4 pts)

South Division:
1) Calgary Fire White (22 pts)
2) Calgary Fire Red (18 pts) 
3) Red Deer Sutter Fund Chiefs (17 pts)
4) Southern Express (14 pts)
5) Rocky Mountain Raiders (13 pts)
6) Airdrie Lightning (8 pts)

Sherwood Park Fury forward Tayler Premak holds top spot in the points category with 13, and is tied for the lead in assists with teammate Alex Walsh (7 each). Peace Country’s Arilyn Toews has scored the most goals in Midget Elite with eight.

Southern Express’ Hayley Whelen’s 1.18 GAA is still the top mark in Midget Elite, while St. Albert’s Layla Hood sets the pace with five wins and two shutouts, which is tied for the league lead with four others - Kalynah Fong Martin (Calgary Fire Red), Cienna Kinghorn (Calgary Fire White), Kamden Rochford (Lloydminster), and Tiana Stafford (Lloydminster).

Midget Elite Leaderboard >


Bantam Elite

Through November, the Bantam Elite standings are:

North Division:
1) Sherwood Park Royals (25 pts)
2) North Central Impact (18 pts)
3) Peace Country Bonnett’s Storm (12 pts)
4) Lloydminster Junior Steelers (11 pts)
5) Edmonton Pandas (10 pts)
6) St. Albert Chargers (5 pts)

South Division:
1) Calgary Fire Red (26 pts)
2) Rocky Mountain Raiders (19 pts)
3) Calgary Fire White (15 pts)
4) Red Deer Sutter Fund Chiefs (14 pts)
5) Southern Express (6 pts)
6) Olds Grizzlys (1 pts)

Hanna Perrier of Calgary Fire Red has taken over the lead in points (16) and is tied with her teammate Makenna Schafer with eight assists. North Central Impact’s Chloe Goofers and Peace Country’s Kamryn Aebly both lead the way in the goals with nine.

Jorja Fisher (Calgary Fire Red) has been spectacular this season, recording five wins and two shutouts in five games played, while logging a 0.60 GAA, all which lead the league. Caitlin Nichols (Red Deer) and Hadley Stevens (Calgary Fire White) have also recorded two shutouts each so far this season.

Bantam Elite Leaderboard >

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AFHL Newsletter: November Edition

CHECK OUT ALL OF THE UPDATED STATS AND STANDINGS IN OUR OCTOBER WRAP UP

The AFHL has begun a new season and we now enter full swing as the month of October comes to an end. The St. Albert Slash (Midget AAA), Calgary Fire White (Midget Elite), and Sherwood Park Royals (Bantam Elite) have gotten off to hot starts and lead their respective divisions at the end of the first month. OCTOBER WRAP UP > 


From left: Alexandria Spence, Sierra LaPlante, Brooklyn Schroeder (Photo Credit: Rob Wallator)

THREE AFHL PLAYERS NAMED TO TEAM ALBERTA LEADERSHIP GROUP

Alexandria Spence (Lloydminster PWM Steelers) will captain Team Alberta, with defender Sierra LaPlante (Calgary Fire) and forward Brooklyn Schroeder (St. Albert Slash) serving as Assistant Captains. The Team Alberta U18 Female team is in Morden and Winkler, MB looking to continue their success after capturing gold at the 2019 Canada Winter Games. The team features fourteen AFHL players and will begin play on Tuesday, November 5 at noon MST against Saskatchewan. CAPTAINS >SCHEDULE > | ROSTER > 


WHAT’S HAPPENING IN THE AFHL THIS SEASON?

- Canadian Women’s National U18 Championships: November 5-9

- Alberta Winter Games Regional Camps: November 29 - December 1

- Female Hockey Day: January 25, 2020

- Bantam Elite Showcase: February 7-9, 2020

- Alberta Winter Games: February 14-17, 2020


 

COACH & PLAYER DEVELOPMENT FEATURE: HOCKEY ALBERTA COACHING RESOURCES

Hockey Alberta has created a one stop resource page for coaches to provide them with information on a variety of developmental, educational, and tactical topics. View information on development, the role of relationships, safety, and more! COACH RESOURCES >


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CARLETON UNIVERSITY’S PARENTAL BELIEFS STUDY

As a parent of an elite athlete, you are invited to participate in the Carleton Parental Beliefs Study. The goal is to learn more about parents’ beliefs and attitudes about the costs and benefits of spending time alone in childhood and adolescence. This online questionnaire will take approximately 5 minutes to complete and is completely anonymous.  SURVEY >

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AFHL October Wrap Up

RED DEER - The AFHL has begun a new season and we now enter full swing as the month of October comes to an end. The St. Albert Slash (Midget AAA), Calgary Fire White (Midget Elite), and Sherwood Park Royals (Bantam Elite) have gotten off to hot starts and lead their respective divisions at the end of the first month.


Midget AAA

Through October, the Midget AAA Female standings are:

1) St. Albert Slash (25 pts)
2) Edmonton Pandas (15 pts)

3) Rocky Mountain Raiders (12 pts)
4) Calgary Fire (11 pts)
5) Lloydminster PWM Steelers (9 pts)
6) Red Deer Sutter Fund Chiefs (3 pts)

Raiders forward Kaia Borbandy leads the way in assists (9) and points (12), while Lloydminster’s Jadynn Morden and St. Albert’s Jenna Goodwin set the pace for goals with six each. 

Slash goaltender Holly Borrett has been red-hot to start the season, as she leads the league in wins (5), and is tied for the lead in GAA with Edmonton’s Elise Hugens (1.00 GAA) and shutouts, which she shares with her teammate Mabel Maltais (2 each). 

Midget AAA Leaderboard >

Congratulations to 14 AFHL players, as they will represent Alberta at the 2019 National Women’s U18 Championships in Morden & Winkler, MB: Goaltenders Holly Borrett (St. Albert), and Elise Hugens (Edmonton), blueliners Aryn Chambers (Red Deer), Sierra LaPlante (Calgary), Dayle Ross (St. Albert) and Alexandria Spence (Lloydminster), and forwards Jaden Bogden (St. Albert), Hayleigh Craig (Lloydminster), Sarah Gaiser (Calgary), Natalie Kieser (St. Albert), Jadynn Morden (Lloydminster), McKinley Nelson (Calgary), Kylie Perry (Red Deer), and Brooklyn Schroeder (St. Albert).


Midget Elite

Through October, the Midget Elite standings are:

North Division:
1) Lloydminster Elite Steelers (11 pts)
2) St. Albert Sharks (11 pts)
3) Edmonton Pandas  (10 pts)
4) Peace Country PCFAC Storm (6 pts)
5) North Central Impact (6 pts) 
6) Sherwood Park Fury (1 pts)

South Division:
1) Calgary Fire White (15 pts)
2) Calgary Fire Red (13 pts)
3) Rocky Mountain Raiders (10 pts)
4) Red Deer Sutter Fund Chiefs (9 pts)
5) Southern Express (7 pts)
6) Airdrie Lightning (3 pts)

Calgary Fire Red defender Teah Workman is off to a great start as she leads the league in assists (5) and points (8). Mackenzie Stafford (Lloydminster) and Sierra Whillans (St. Albert) have both scored five goals to lead in that department.

Southern Express’ Hayley Whelen’s 0.98 GAA is the top mark in Midget Elite, while Calgary Fire White’s Madison Shenfield sets the pace with four wins, and Kamden Rochford (Lloydminster) leads the league in shutouts (2).

Midget Elite Leaderboard >


Bantam Elite

Through October, the Bantam Elite standings are:

North Division:
1) Sherwood Park Royals (18 pts)
2) North Central Impact (12 pts)
3) Lloydminster Junior Steelers (7 pts)
4) Peace Country Bonnett’s Storm (6 pts)
5) Edmonton Pandas (4 pts)
6) St. Albert Chargers (1 pts)

South Division:
1) Rocky Mountain Raiders (13 pts)
2) Calgary Fire White (12 pts) 
3) Calgary Fire Red (11 pts)
4) Southern Express (6 pts)
5) Red Deer Sutter Fund Chiefs (3 pts)
6) Olds Grizzlys (0 pts)

North Centreal Impact forward Chloe Goofers had lead the way in the goals (6) and points (11) categories, while Makenna Schafer (Calgary Fire Red) has the top mark with 6 assists. Her teammate, Hanna Perrier is tied for the league lead in goals with six, and sits just two points behind Goofers with 9 points.

Caitlin Nichols (Red Deer) and Chloe Marshall (Calgary Fire White) have each produced a shutout in their one appearance this season, while Olivia Davidson (North Central Impact) leads the league with two shutouts in her four games played. A group of four goaltenders each share the lead with three wins a piece: Davidson, Teegan Fedoruk (Sherwood Park), her teammate Grace Mackenzie, and Hadley Stevens (Calgary Fire White).

Bantam Elite Leaderboard >

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