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The St. Albert Steel resume play after the all-star break in the Alberta Junior Hockey League with home games this weekend against north division teams.

Rams bury Blues

Paul Kane was feeling the Showdown blues in its worst loss of the season Monday in premier men’s basketball. After underachieving as the fourth-place finishers at the 20th annual St.

Showdown stars

The St. Albert Skyhawks lived up their advance billing as the team to fear at the 20th annual Optimist Showdown in St. Albert.

Skyhawks ranked high in 3A

Second best is still not good enough for the St. Albert Skyhawks. The number-two ranked 3A varsity women’s basketball team in Alberta is determined to finish on top when provincial honours are at stake.

Blues rattle Sabres at Showdown

The Paul Kane Blues survived a brief scare in Thursday’s tournament opener at the 20th annual Optimist Showdown in St. Albert.

Slash weathers Storm

The St. Albert Slash returned home from Grande Prairie with three points for their efforts last weekend against a team lower than them in the standings. The visitors notched a 6-1 win and settled for a 4-4 tie against the Storm (5-17-6).

Crunch time for Merchants

It’s do or die for the St. Albert Merchants if they want to finish ahead of the West Edmonton Wild for the last playoff spot in the west division of the Capital Junior B Hockey League.

On Tap

The race for first place continues Sunday for the St. Albert Raiders in the Alberta Midget AAA Hockey League. Game time against the KC Pats is 2:30 p.m. at Akinsdale Arena.

Top gun shoots for scoring title

The St. Albert Steel's all-time scoring leader is on target to win the Ernie Love Trophy as the Alberta Junior Hockey League's top point producer. "It's in the back of my mind.

Scholarship honours for Maeda

The second recipient of the $1,000 John Reid Memorial Scholarship was overjoyed by his good fortune. “It means the world to me because I knew Mr. Reid personally.