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Junior and Senior Leagues conclude games

Hockey Alberta and its Senior and Junior leagues unanimously decided to conclude all regular league play for the remainder of the 2020-21 season during a meeting held on February 8.

While league play is concluded for this season, the opportunity for Teams to return to on-ice activity at some point remains a possibility. In the Government of Alberta’s “A Path Forward”, Step 3 outlines the potential return of ‘adult team sports’ which could potentially occur in mid to late March.

Hockey Alberta will continue to work closely with government representatives to explore all options that could allow players to return to on-ice activity.

The decision applies to the following leagues:

Senior Leagues

  • North Peace Hockey League
  • North Central Hockey League
  • Sask-Alta Hockey League
  • East Central Senior Hockey League
  • Ranchland Hockey League

Junior Leagues

  • North West Junior Hockey League
  • North Eastern Alberta Junior B Hockey League
  • Capital Junior Hockey League
  • Heritage Junior Hockey League
  • Hockey Calgary Junior B and C
  • Noralta Junior Hockey League
  • Alberta Junior Female Hockey League

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2021 Female Hockey Day shows #WhyWePlay

RED DEER – Hockey Alberta hosted the third annual (but first-ever virtual) Female Hockey Day on January 30-31.

Nearly 300 female hockey players, parents, coaches, and supporters gathered on Zoom over the weekend to engage and learn from accomplished speakers and panelists. Topics covered included nutrition for athletes, Team Alberta, opportunities in hockey, being active at home, mental skills & goal setting, Team Canada, and mobility.

All sessions were recorded and will be posted on Hockey Alberta’s YouTube soon. You can view clips of the weekend on Hockey Alberta’s Instagram.

2021 Female Hockey Day was Fuelled by Gatorade and presented by our friends at ATB Financial.