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2022 Alberta Challenge: Day Two Recap

RED DEER - Two days of the 2022 Alberta Challenge have passed, with North Yellow sitting alone atop the standings with five points. Right behind them are South Green and South White, who each have four.

The day began with a tight matchup between South Green and North Grey where Green would hold on to a 2-1 victory. Following that, North Blue got into their first of two games on the day, ending in a 1-1 tie with North Yellow.

South Black took to the ice looking for their first win and that is exactly what they got as they defeated previously unbeaten South Green. To cap off the day, South White took home a 4-1 victory over North Blue.

Day three of the Alberta Challenge features three games, starting with a top matchup between North Yellow and South Green at 10am at the Gary W. Harris Canada Games Centre in Red Deer.

Standings > | Stats > | Schedule > | Day One Recap >

Game #6

South Green 2 - North Grey 1

Players of the Game: South Green: #10 Brynn Evans | North Grey: #31 Rowan Houweling

Boxscore >

Game #7

North Blue 1 - North Yellow 1

Players of the Game: North Blue: #5 Ella Lloyd | North Yellow: #19 Keelyn Pisani

Boxscore >

Game #8

South Black 3 - South Green 0

Players of the Game: South Black: #31 Brooke Davis | South Green: #14 Olivia Imperato

Boxscore >

Game #9

South White 4 - North Blue 1

Players of the Game: South White: #1 Alyssa Barrette | North Blue: #17 Emma Tilander

Boxscore >

Hockey Alberta News

Gatorade Alberta Built Performer of the Day - Ella Lloyd (North Blue)

The Alberta Built player of the day is the athlete who best exemplifies the qualities of an "Alberta Built" player. Alberta Built is defined as:

1 - Good person - Know who you are.
2 - Character player - Believe in yourself.
3 - Grit player - Thrive on adversity
4 - Leadership - Treat yourself & people right
5 - Standard of performance - Focused approach on process - ALWAYS COMPETE - EVERY-DAYERS

Home Ice Feature

Asian Heritage Month - Celebrating the Legacies of Greatness

Each May, we celebrate Asian Heritage Month. Throughout the month, Hockey Alberta reflects on the many achievements and contributions of Albertans of Asian heritage who, throughout our history, have done so much to make hockey the game we know and love.

To celebrate this year’s theme, “Continuing a legacy of greatness,” we first must look back at the legacies of those before us, including Larry Kwong. Born in Vernon, B.C., Kwong quickly became an offensive phenom for the Vernon Hyrdophones at 16 years old. As his skills heightened, so did the impact of World War II. Kwong put his dreams on hold to enlist in the army. His basic training stationed him in Red Deer, where he played for the army’s Red Deer Wheelers. As his comrades were sent overseas, Kwong was instructed to stay in Red Deer to play hockey to entertain the troops. During this time, he found himself facing off against NHL’ers and holding his own. Little did he know, his dreams were in motion. Kwong, a trailblazer for Chinese-Canadian players became the first player of Asian heritage and the first person of colour to play in the NHL. Kwong played his first and last shift in the league on March 13, 1948, but he opened the gate for many to follow, like Steve Tsujiura of Coaldale.

Though he never played in the NHL, Tsujiura put up impressive numbers and received several WHL awards to catch the eyes of the professional scouts. In 1981, he was chosen in the 10th round of the 1981 NHL draft by the Philadelphia Flyers. Tsujiura’s professional career spanned over 14 seasons in the AHL and in leagues overseas in Switzerland and Italy. Prior to the 1998 Winter Olympic Games, he was extended an invitation to represent Japan on the national stage. Following the Games, Tsujiura retired from playing to take on the role of head coach of the Japanese National Team. Tsujiura saw the coaching position as an opportunity to stay in the game, something he took advantage of for four seasons before retiring from the game completely.

Similar to Tsujiura, Kassy Betinol’s Olympic debut came in 2022 with the Chinese Women’s National Team. The Okotoks native received an invitation to centralize with Team China because of her Chinese heritage. Betinol became a fixture on Team Alberta growing up and played in the Okanagan in the Canadian Sport School Hockey League before earning a scholarship to Minnesota-Duluth University. After a rookie NCAA season cut short due to COVID-19, Betinol received an invitation to Canada’s National Women’s Development Team 2020 Summer Camp. After spending her 2021-22 season with the Chinese National Team, Betinol will return for another season at Minnesota-Duluth before looking for professional opportunities. She credits her Team Alberta experience for aiding in her development in a organized and professional environment to set her up in the success she has achieved thus far in her career.

The Team Alberta program is constructed to develop not only the players, but support staff as well, which is what trainer Alex Le was looking for when he volunteered. Le, of Calgary, has volunteered with Hockey Alberta on several occasions, including as the U16 Equipment Manager and Trainer in 2015 and 2016. Joining the Northwest Calgary Athletics Association as the trainer for the Midget A Bruins in 2007, Le was looking to learn and grow when he began volunteering with Hockey Alberta. Also an employee of Hockey Alberta’s long-time partner and supporter, ATB Financial, Le concludes that ATB is here to support Albertans through everything, just like Hockey Alberta.

Kwong, Tsujiura, Betinol and Le have stamped their mark on the game in their own way. Reflecting on their legacies, we will look to the next generations of Asian-Canadians to continue the legacy of greatness on the sport of hockey.


Male AAA/AA Tryout Process Updates

Hockey Alberta has created new pages detailing the tryout process for players wishing to pursue Male AAA/AA hockey. Updates to the process have been made to simplify the tryout process for players, including the removal of the Male Elite Notification of Tryout form. Players will only need to register with their Elite Draw Zone association/AA Recruitment Area association.

Pages outlining the tryout process are available for review here:

Elite Male Hockey AAA > | AA Hockey >

Please direct any questions to Hockey Alberta.

Please refer to Information Bulletin 21-09 for more information regarding the changes.

Info Bulletin 21:09 >


Reconnecting the Hockey Community with Dr. Jody Carrington

RED DEER – Hockey Alberta is inviting you to Dr. Jody Carrington! Her message, “Kids These Days – Reconnecting our Hockey Community,” embraces Hockey Alberta’s values and can be heard on Friday, June 10, at the Hockey Alberta Summit presented by Sprung Arenas, Stantec and CANA.

The evening is open to the public and will feature Dr. Carrington, appetizers and a social with doors opening at 5:30 p.m. and the festivities beginning at 6:30 p.m. Tickets are $50 each plus fees and are available on Deadline to purchase tickets is June 5 and you must be 18 years of age or older to attend. Tickets will not be available at the door.

Dr. Carrington is a renowned psychologist, hockey Mom, coach and resident Albertan. Her work focuses on reconnection as the key to healthy relationships and productive teams and the importance of acknowledging each other as a starting point.

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Eight Albertans selected in first round of 2022 WHL Draft | Full list of Albertans registered in Hockey Alberta/Hockey Canada sanctioned programs selected

RED DEER - Eight Albertans registered in Hockey Alberta/Hockey Canada sanctioned programs heard their names called during the first round of the 2022 WHL Draft on Thursday, with Calgarian Jackson Smith going second overall.

Smith was selected by the Tri-City Americans with the second pick, and is the highest-drafted Albertan since Matthew Savoie went first overall to the Winnipeg Ice in 2019.

Braeden Cootes (Sherwood Park) was next off the board, going 10th overall to the Kamloops Blazers, followed by Connor Schmidt (Sturgeon County), Hayden Harsanyi (Calgary), Luke Vlooswyk (Calgary), Aaron Obobaifo (Calgary) and Julien Maze (Edmonton).

A full list of Albertans registered in Hockey Alberta/Hockey Canada sanctioned programs drafted can be found below:

Pick Player Team Position Hometown


2nd Jackson Smith Tri-City Americans Defence Calgary
10th Braeden Cootes Seattle Thunderbirds Forward Sherwood Park
13th Nathan Behm Kamloops Blazers Forward Calgary
14th Connor Schmidt Moose Jaw Warriors Defence Sturgeon County
16th Hayden Harsanyi Medicine Hat Tigers Forward Medicine Hat
17th Luke Vlooswyk Red Deer Rebels Defence Calgary
19th Aaron Obobaifo Vancouver Giants Forward Calgary
20th Julien Maze Everett Silvertips Forward Edmonton


23rd Kadon McCann Medicine Hat Tigers Forward Cochrane
24th Cash Koch Tri-City Americans Forward Calgary
26th Jace McFaul Swift Current Broncos Defence Edmonton
29th Wyatt Pisarczyk Calgary Hitmen Defence Airdrie
40th Noah Degenstein Moose Jaw Warriors Forward Airdrie


45th Matt Paranych Medicine Hat Tigers Defence Edmonton
61st Aiden Foster Prince George Cougars Forward Lloydminster
62nd Lochlan Tetarenko Saskatoon Blades Forward Bragg Creek
63rd Andrew Thomson Kamloops Blazers Forward Sherwood Park
66th Ryan Miller Portland Winterhawks Forward Medicine Hat


70th Brayden Klimpke Saskatoon Blades Defence Calgary
71st Owen Schoettler Spokane Chiefs Defence Edmonton
73rd Ryan Grout Tri-City Americans Goalie Sturgeon County
75th Luke Powell Edmonton Oil Kings Forward Edmonton
77th Hudson Gainer Medicine Hat Tigers Defence Medicine Hat
79th Jerrett Ross Victoria Royals Defence Leduc
80th Landon McFadden Moose Jaw Warriors Forward Edmonton
86th Corbin Sanderman Everett Silvertips Goalie Three Hills
88th Ashton Brown Winnipeg ICE Forward Sherwood Park


89th Jack Kachkowski Medicine Hat Tigers Defence St. Albert
90th Jaxen Adam Tri-City American Defence Cochrane
91st Caleb Matthews Victoria Royals Forward Calgary
93rd Trennen Redlick Spokane Chiefs Forward St. Albert
95th Kale Dach Calgary Hitmen Forward Fort Saskatchewan
96th Parker Seymour Spokane Chiefs Defence Fort McMurray
108th Ethan Makokis Everett Silvertips Defence St. Albert
110th Owen Brees Winnipeg ICE Defence Lethbridge


111th Jordan Switzer Medicine Hat Tigers Goalie Edmonton
114th Cohen Carter Medicine Hat Tigers Defence Drayton Valley
115th Finn Kallay Spokane Chiefs Forward St. Albert
126th Noah Smith Prince Albert Raiders Defence Brooks
130th Lukas Kaplan Everett Silvertips Forward Spruce Grove
131st Caleb Gartner Edmonton Oil Kings Defence Calgary


134th Rhett Serfas Kelowna Rockets Defence Turin
136th Cruz Chase Regina Pats Goalie Airdrie
140th Jaxen Gauchier Swift Current Broncos Forward High Prairie
141st Samuel Laplante Regina Pats Defence Okotoks
143rd Dylan Ruff Victoria Royals Forward Sylvan Lake
144th Dominic Grieco Brandon Wheat Kings Forward Lethbridge
145th Mitchell DeCoste Prince George Cougars Defence Airdrie
149th Tyler Deakos Saskatoon Blades Forward Cochrane
150th Rowan McDonald Prince George Cougars Forward Spruce Grove
152nd Liam Magnuson Vancouver Giants Defence Calgary
154th Christian Stephanson Winnipeg ICE Forward Calgary


157th Ethan Watkins Victoria Royals Forward Calgary
162nd Austin Wentz Moose Jaw Warriors Forward Bonnyville
169th Jaxen Smyth Kelowna Rockets Forward Red Deer
171st Matthew Kondro Red Deer Rebels Goalie St. Albert
176th Hudson Landmark Winnipeg ICE Forward Sherwood Park


177th Connor Wolitski Everett Silvertips Defence Spruce Grove
178th Sam Saskiw Spokane Chiefs Goalie Sherwood Park
183rd Jake DeMone Kelowna Rockets Defence Lethbridge
184th Brennen Hocher Swift Current Broncos Defence Calgary
187th Roghan Walker Lethbridge Hurricanes Forward Beaverlodge
196th Kyler Beechinor Kelowna Rockets Defence Bentley
198th Jaden Kokosha Winnipeg ICE Forward Ardrossan


204th Zachary Larmour Lethbridge Hurricanes Defence Edmonton
209th Nate Crashley Lethbridge Hurricanes Forward Calgary
211th Malakai Zwiers Saskatoon Blades Goalie Lloydminster
219th Jager Gugyelka Edmonton Oil Kings Defence Coaldale


224th Cade Bolding Vancouver Giants Defence Sherwood Park
227th Carson Croteau Kelowna Rockets Defence Bonnyville
231st Cole Fisher Lethbridge Hurricanes Forward Dunmore
236th Colten Scott Seattle Thunderbirds Goalie Calgary
239th Hunter Yanick Kamloops Blazers Forward Fort Saskatchewan


263rd Jack Toogood Edmonton Oil Kings Forward Devon
286th Griffin Wright Winnipeg ICE Goalie Edmonton


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North Grey Claims the 2022 Prospects Cup

RED DEER - The 2022 Prospects Cup came to a close on Sunday with North Grey overcoming North Blue to win the championship with a score of 5-3.

North Grey went undefeated at the tournament as Osten Strickland opened the scoring early for North Grey in the final game. Gavin Harrison stood on the back door to tap in goal number two and Connor Nickle capitalized on the powerplay to make it 3-0 after the first. In the second period, Domonic Neville struck again for North Grey to add another. Nearly five minutes into the third period, Adam Cutting scored on the powerplay to get North Blue on the board. Looking for the comeback, Landan Horiachka posted two back-to-back to make it a one goal game. But it was Neville who added the insurance goal to seal North Grey the championship.

Championship Sunday’s schedule shook out to be a battle of the regions at the Prospects Cup, as each region faced-off in their final games of the tournament.

To start the day, Capital Royal got their first win over Capital Green with a score of 5-2 to finish seventh overall. Following, South Black overcame South Gold in a 8-4 decision to finish in fifth place. In a battle for third place, Calgary Red and Calgary White were back and forth until the third where White scored three unanswered goals. At the end of 60 minutes of play, Calgary White came out on top in a 5-2 win to claim third.

The Prospects Cup marks the end of Hockey Alberta’s 2022 Spring showcase events. Prior to the Prospects Cup, the three-week stretch featured the Alberta Cup and the Alberta Challenge.

Standings > | Stats > | Schedule > | Day One Recap > | Day Two Recap > | Day Three Recap >

Game #13

Capital Royal 5 - Capital Green 2

Players of the Game: Capital Royal: #12 Evan Dowling | Capital Green: #11 Owen Morrow

Boxscore >

Game #14

South Black 8 - South Gold 4

Players of the Game: South Black: #20 Gus Rustebakke | South Gold: #8 Tayte Hoiland

Boxscore >

Game #15

Calgary White 5 - Calgary Red 2

Players of the Game: Calgary White: #1 Tyce Falvi | Calgary Red: #12 Caelan Laverty

Boxscore >


North Grey 5 - North Blue 3

Players of the Game: North Grey: #7 Osten Strickland | North Blue: #14 Kade Hughes

Boxscore >

Hockey Alberta News

Gatorade Alberta Built Performer of the Day - Connor Nickle (North Grey)

The Alberta Built player of the day is the athlete who best exemplifies the qualities of an "Alberta Built" player. Alberta Built is defined as:

1 - Good person - Know who you are.
2 - Character player - Believe in yourself.
3 - Grit player - Thrive on adversity
4 - Leadership - Treat yourself & people right
5 - Standard of performance - Focused approach on process - ALWAYS COMPETE - EVERY-DAYERS


Team Alberta

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Rec Hockey Model - providing affordable opportunities for hockey

Hockey Alberta’s new Recreational Hockey Model is entering its second year of ensuring that families have access to affordable, fun, and safe opportunities to participate in youth hockey with a low time commitment.

Hockey Alberta’s Recreational Hockey Model provides participants with a moderately structured stream of hockey with modified playing rules, limited registration rules and no residency requirements.

As a sanctioned organization/ program within Hockey Alberta, a group has the flexibility to create and maintain its own internal processes to ensure their programming meets the needs of the participants.

And as an incentive for the 2022-2023 season, any program not previously registered with Hockey Alberta that wishes to register a Recreational Hockey Program will be eligible for a reduced rate per participant (players & team officials) for their first season.

Hockey Alberta will be hosting a Recreational Hockey Model Open House on Wednesday, May 18 at 7:30 pm via Zoom. If you have questions, or want to know more about how the Recreational Hockey Model could work for your organization, make sure you attend this session.


The Recreational Hockey Model consists of three (3) streams of hockey, and organizations can choose the stream that makes the most sense for their participants. Each stream offers a varied competitive structure and level of commitment appropriate to the level(s) and age(s) of the participant(s).

When programs are sanctioned under the Recreational Hockey Model, organizers and participants also enjoy an extensive list of benefits, which include:

  • Medical and Dental Insurance Coverage for registered participants (players, officials, team officials)
  • Directors and Officers Liability Insurance coverage for your Executives and Volunteers.
  • Administration and Operational Support from Hockey Alberta staff.
  • Player and Coach Development support from Hockey Alberta Regional Managers.
  • Support and policy guidance regarding Risk and Conduct Management protocols and processes (screening, complaint handling, Maltreatment, Abuse and Harassment, etc.)
  • Access to Hockey Alberta certified officials.
  • Plus much more..

If your organization is ready to join our already 50+ sanctioned programs and 5000+ participants, please fill out the Recreational Hockey Program Application.

More information on Hockey Alberta’s Recreational Hockey Model can be found at:

Team Alberta

South Black wins 2022 Alberta Challenge

RED DEER - The 2022 Alberta Challenge wrapped up on Sunday with South Black defeating North Yellow 3-1 to win the championship.

After starting off the tournament 0-2-0, South Black won their last two round-robin games to earn a spot in the final against undefeated North Yellow. Kara Mitenko scored both goals for South Black before Paige Zinger added an empty netter to seal the victory. Paige Smith scored the lone goal for North Yellow.

Earlier in the day, North Grey cruised to a 3-0 victory over North Blue in the fifth place game, while South White and South Green needed overtime to decide the third place winner. Keira Grant would bury the OT winner for South White.

Through two successful Hockey Alberta Spring Showcase events, the three-week stretch of tournaments will wrap up next week with the 2022 Prospects Cup. The tournament will feature 16 games among eight teams from all around the province. Gameplay at the Prospects Cup will begin on Thursday, May 12 at 11:30am with a matchup between Calgary Red and South Black.

All games will be streamed live at

Standings > | Stats > | Schedule > | Day One Recap > | Day Two Recap >| Day Three Recap >

Game #13

North Grey 3 - North Blue 0

Players of the Game: North Grey: #3 Ana Djordjevic | North Blue: #15 Aubrey Sanderson

Boxscore >

Game #14

South White 3 - South Green 2 (OT)

Players of the Game: South White: #12 Summer Greiner | South Green: #6 Reese Plotnikoff

Boxscore >


South Black 3 - North Yellow 1

Players of the Game: North Yellow: #20 Paige Smith | South Black: #18 Kara Mitenko

Boxscore >

Hockey Alberta News

Gatorade Alberta Built Performer of the Day - Kara Mitenko (South Black)

The Alberta Built player of the day is the athlete who best exemplifies the qualities of an "Alberta Built" player. Alberta Built is defined as:

1 - Good person - Know who you are.
2 - Character player - Believe in yourself.
3 - Grit player - Thrive on adversity
4 - Leadership - Treat yourself & people right
5 - Standard of performance - Focused approach on process - ALWAYS COMPETE - EVERY-DAYERS


2022 Alberta Challenge Allstars Announced

RED DEER - Hockey Alberta is pleased to announce the 2022 Alberta Challenge All-Stars:


Hockey Alberta News

#1 Alyssa Barrette - South White

GP: 3 | MP: 186 | W: 3 | L: 0 | OTL: 0 | SOL: 0 | SO: 1 | SA: 50 | GA: 3 | SVS: 47 | GAA: 0.97 | SV%: .940


Hockey Alberta News

#5 Ella Lloyd - North Blue

GP: 5 | G: 1 | A: 0 | Pts: 1 | PIM: 10


Hockey Alberta News

#6 Cadence Richards - North Yellow

GP: 5 | G: 2 | A: 1 | Pts: 3 | PIM: 2


Hockey Alberta News

#18 Emelia McDermid - South Green

GP: 5 | G: 3 | A: 1 | Pts: 4 | PIM: 0


Hockey Alberta News

#18 Kara Mitenko - South Black

GP: 5 | G: 3 | A: 1 | Pts: 4 | PIM: 2


Hockey Alberta News

#20 Paige Smith - North Yellow

GP: 5 | G: 2 | A: 0 | Pts: 2 | PIM: 0




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Sixteen Albertans listed in NHL Central Scouting’s Final Rankings

RED DEER - NHL Central Scouting has released its final rankings for the 2022 NHL Entry Draft, with 16 Albertans making an appearance - 14 skaters, and two goaltenders.

Team Alberta alumnus, Matthew Savoie leads the way for Albertans at number four among the North American Skaters. While Ty Young cracks the North American Goaltender rankings at number six.

Two more team Alberta alumni are among the top 20 North American skaters: forwards, Jagger Firkus, and Rieger Lorenz.

The full list of Albertans named to NHL Central Scouting’s final rankings can be found below:

Final Rank Player Position Last Amateur Club League
4 Matthew Savoie Forward Winnipeg Ice WHL
12 Jagger Firkus Forward Moose Jaw Warriors WHL
17 Rieger Lorenz Forward Okotoks Oilers AJHL
31 Reid Schaefer Forward Seattle Thunderbirds WHL
37 Dylan James Forward Sioux City Musketeers USHL
43 Jordan Gustafson Forward Seattle Thunderbirds WHL
69 Josh Davies Forward Swift Current Broncos WHL
86 Ben Hemmerling Forward Everett Silvertips WHL
87 Rylen Roersma Forward Brandon Wheatkings WHL
111 Jake Sloan Forward Tri-City Americans WHL
120 Keaton Dowhaniuk Defence Prince George Cougars WHL
142 Charlie Wright Defence Saskatoon Blades WHL
189 Kent Anderson Defence Green Bay Gamblers USHL
191 Nicholas Wolfenberg Defence Okotoks Oilers AJHL
6 Ty Young Goaltender Prince George Cougars WHL
10 Emmett Croteau Goaltender Waterloo Black Hawks USHL


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Alberta Cup comes full circle for former pro Duncan Milroy

RED DEER - Former Montreal Canadiens draft pick Duncan Milroy left his mark on the Alberta Cup as a player back in 1998, and is hoping to do the same as a coach over two decades later.

Milroy set the (then) all-time Alberta Cup record for goals in a single tournament with Team Northeast in 1998 with 10, and still sits in second behind Devin Setoguchi, who notched 11 in 2002 with Team South.

After being selected in the second round of the 2001 NHL Entry Draft by the Montreal Canadiens, the Edmonton native went on to enjoy a 10 year professional career with in the American Hockey League, and in Europe.

Now, he’s turned his focus to coaching, and made his Alberta Cup coaching debut in 2022 as an Assistant Coach with Team Alberta Yellow, where he hopes to pass on the knowledge of his past experiences to the next generation of athletes.

Team Alberta

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Alberta Black wins 2022 Alberta Cup

RED DEER - Alberta Black won a shootout thriller over Alberta Grey on Sunday to claim the 2022 Alberta Cup in Red Deer.

Down 5-3 with just over two minutes to go, Alberta Grey got within one, and scored again with 30 seconds left to force overtime. After the extra frame solved nothing, Aiden Foster scored the lone goal of the shootout to seal the victory for Alberta Black.

Earlier in the day, Alberta Yellow took third place in the tournament with a 6-1 win over Alberta Green, and Alberta Blue edged Alberta Red 6-5 in a shootout in the fifth place game.

Hockey Alberta’s 2022 Spring Showcase continues in Red Deer with the Alberta Challenge (May 5-8) and Prospects Cup (May 12-15), both at the Gary W. Harris Canada Games Centre.

Standings > | Stats > | Schedule > | Day One Recap > | Day Two Recap > | Day Three Recap > | 2022 Alberta Cup All Stars >

5 vs 6 Game

Alberta Blue 6 - Alberta Red 5 (SO)

Players of the Game: Alberta Blue: #9 Braeden Cootes | Alberta Red: #17 Ryan Miller

Boxscore >

3 vs 4 Game

Alberta Yellow 6 - Alberta Green 1

Players of the Game: Alberta Yellow: #12 Lukas Kaplan | Alberta Green: #17 Christian Stephanson

Boxscore >

Championship Final

Alberta Black 6 - Alberta Grey 5 (SO)

Players of the Game: Alberta Black: #10 Aiden Foster | Alberta Grey: #6 Connor Schmidt

Boxscore >

Hockey Alberta

Gatorade Alberta Built Performer of the Day - Cohen Carter (Alberta Black)

The Alberta Built player of the day is the athlete who best exemplifies the qualities of an "Alberta Built" player. Alberta Built is defined as:

1 - Good person - Know who you are.
2 - Character player - Believe in yourself.
3 - Grit player - Thrive on adversity
4 - Leadership - Treat yourself & people right
5 - Standard of performance - Focused approach on process - ALWAYS COMPETE - EVERY-DAYERS

Team Alberta

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2022 Alberta Cup All Stars Announced

RED DEER - Hockey Alberta is pleased to announce the 2022 Alberta Cup All-Stars:


Alberta Cup All-Star Ryan Grout

#1 Ryan Grout - Alberta Grey

GP: 3 | MP: 184 | W: 2 | L: 0 | OTL: 0 | SOL: 1 | SO: 2 | SA: 91 | GA: 5 | SVS: 86 | GAA: 1.63 | SV%: .945


Alberta Cup All-Star Connor Schmidt

#6 Connor Schmidt - Alberta Grey

GP: 5 | G: 0 | A: 4 | Pts: 4 | PIM: 6


Alberta Cup All-Star Jackson Smith

#6 Jackson Smith - Alberta Red

GP: 5 | G: 0 | A: 6 | Pts: 6 | PIM: 16


Alberta Cup All-Star Braeden Cootes

#9 Braeden Cootes - Alberta Blue

GP: 5 | G: 3 | A: 4 | Pts: 7 | PIM: 4


Alberta Cup All-Star Julien Maze

#17 Julien Maze - Alberta Grey

GP: 5 | G: 6 | A: 3 | Pts: 9 | PIM: 8


Alberta Cup All-Star Kadon McCann

#16 Kadon McCann - Alberta Black

GP: 5 | G: 5 | A: 2 | Pts: 7 | PIM: 6

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Hockey Alberta News

Dylan Ouellet (right) - Okotoks