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Raiders lose first place showdown

On Sunday morning the Lloydminster Bobcats and St. Albert Raiders held identical records. By the evening the Border City team had sole possession of first place in the Alberta Midget AAA Hockey League.

Saints march past Steel

The St. Albert Steel were 20 minutes away from upsetting the team to beat in the Alberta Junior Hockey League when the game slipped away from them. "We showed that we can play with anybody in the league.

Tralnberg returns to Olympics

St. Albert resident Ken Tralnberg is looking forward to coaching the Mirjam Ott rink to a podium finish at the 2010 Olympics. “That's our dreams.

On Tap

The St. Albert Nordic Ski Club hosts its annual Family Day Fun Loppet on Monday at Kingswood Park. Along with a number of short races, there will be numerous fun activities, Olympic-themed games and Nordic challenges for the kids.

Loss drops Slash into third place

On paper the St. Albert Slash should have an easy best-of-three playoff series after losing out on the opening round bye to the Lloydminster Steelers in Saturday's 4-2 decision at Performance Arena. Starting tonight at 7:45 p.m.

Lady Skyhawks undefeated in premier

The St. Albert Skyhawks remain undefeated in metro Edmonton premier women’s basketball even though they failed to play up to expectations Wednesday against the Bev Facey Falcons.

Wrap-Up

The St. Albert Roadrunners and Triathlon Club has started processing entries for the 25th annual 10-mile road race April 18. Registration fees are $45 online through www.eventsonline.

Drive time for Sabres

The St. Albert Sabres earned a crucial two points in the battle for home ice in the playoffs with a 4-3 come-from-behind victory Wednesday over the Leduc Oil Kings.

Raiders share first place

The St. Albert Raiders kept pace with the Lloydminster Bobcats for the division lead in the north standings last weekend with their fourth win in six games.

Steel build towards playoffs

The St. Albert Steel are counting down the days until the puck drops Feb. 25 in the Alberta Junior Hockey League playoffs. “Everyone is real anxious.