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2016 Alberta Cup brings top 2001 players for gruelling weekend

The end of April and beginning of May can mark the end of many player’s seasons. But it can also be one of the most crucial times, with playoffs and performance camps ongoing.

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  • female minor hockey Growing the Game: Crucial Point for Women's Hockey is NOW Canada's national women's team and two-time Olympic gold medalist Meaghan Mikkelson remembers meeting Hayley Wickenheiser, Danielle Goyette and Cassie Campbell in her youth. 
  • sso Cup National Female Midget Championship Brantford Ice Cats Win 2016 Esso Cup Ontario’s Brantford Ice Cats claimed the 2016 Telus Cup in convincing fashion Saturday, with a dominating 10-3 win over the Express de Richelieu Saturday.
  • Tryout Survival Guide Tryouts are perhaps the worst time of the year for players and parents alike. From the uncertainty of who’s going to make the team, to the sheer pressure put on players, not to mention those select few folks who choose to bring the “business of minor hockey” to the rink, it’s no wonder tryouts are full of tears, pain and few good memories. 
  • Carleton Place Canadians Carleton Place Canadians Win Third Straight CCHL Crown

    It wasn’t easy. But the Carleton Place Canadians managed to successfully defend their Central Canada Hockey League crown. The Canadians captured their third consecutive CCHL championship on Sunday thanks to a 3-2 home victory against the Ottawa Jr. Senators.

  • Brock Boeser University of North Dakota Fighting Hawks University of North Dakota Fighting Hawks Poised to Keep NCAA Crown It took the University of North Dakota 16 years to return to the top of the NCAA Division 1 men's hockey world, and the Fighting Hawks have a very legitimate chance of repeating the feat in 2016-17.
  • Medicine Hat Tigers forwards Max Gerlach and Matt Bradley Medicine Hat Tiger Max Gerlach's Tough Choice

    When Max Gerlach opted out of NCAA eligibility to sign with the Medicine Hat Tigers in July of 2015, he had his sights set on the NHL draft. Now the 18-year-old Texas native is months away from the big day, and he’s earned his place in the conversation with a 130 ranking from International Scouting Services.



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