RED DEER - The Alberta Female Hockey League (AFHL) and Alberta Elite Hockey League (AEHL) have released their schedules for the 2022-23 season. The schedules for each division (U18 AAA, U18 AAA Female, U18 AA Female, U17 AAA, U15 AAA and U15 AA Female) can be viewed on their respective websites.
A total of 1,402 games have been scheduled across the 87 teams in the six divisions. The regular season starts for both U18 AAA divisions and U15 AAA on October 1, the U17 AAA season will kick-off on October 7, and the U18 AA and U15 AA Female divisions will follow on October 15.
Fans can follow all the action in the AFHL by downloading Hockey Alberta’s official mobile app (created by HockeyTech) from Apple or Google Play. The app features real-time scoring data direct from each arena. Follow every game in real time with complete box scores, game summary and up to the minute player stats. The Hockey Alberta app also features past Scores, future Schedules, Standings and both player and goalie stats.
AEHL and AFHL games will also be livestreamed exclusively on HockeyTV. HockeyTV enables fans to watch all games from the 2022-23 season live and on-demand from anywhere in the world. All livestreams will include live scoring and in-game overlays, giving viewers a high-quality experience and bridging the gap between the arena and watching from home. Fans can now sign up for a HockeyTV All-Access pass at the lowest price that it has ever been - $149.99. Visit HockeyTV.com to sign up.
The U18 AAA division is comprised of six teams, while the U18 AA and U15 AA divisions are each comprised of 12 teams divided into two divisions, North and South. Each division will also feature a Showcase weekend, all in Red Deer. The U18 AA Showcase Weekend is December 2-4; U15 AA is December 9-11, and the U18 AAA division Showcase is February 3-5.
A pre-season schedule of games has also been posted for the U17 AAA and U18 AAA divisions. Included for each division is a Showcase weekend. The U18 division will hold their Showcase early on in the season on October 8-9 at Terwillegar Community Recreation Centre in Edmonton. The U17 Showcase will take place at the Spray Lakes Family Sports Centre in Cochrane on December 2-4, while the U15 Showcase weekend is set for February 2-5 at the Leduc Recreation Centre.