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U17 worlds on tap for local players

A pair of St. Albert players will have the opportunity of a lifetime to wear the Maple Leaf jersey at the World U17 Hockey Challenge. Left-winger Travis Ewanyk of the Edmonton Oil Kings and netminder Liam Liston of the midget AAA St.

On Tap

Tickets are going fast for the Jan. 10 game between the Canadian national women’s team and the midget AAA St. Albert Raiders at Performance Arena. As of Wednesday, approximately 60 per cent of the tickets were sold.
St. Albert scores Continental Cup of Curling

St. Albert scores Continental Cup of Curling

The best curlers on the planet will rock St. Albert at the 2011 Continental Cup. “We’re bringing the world to St. Albert,” announced Mike Howes, the host committee chair, at Wednesday’s press conference. The Jan.

Hockey Digest

Slash marks at Mac's The last round robin game for the St. Albert Slash at the Mac's tournament goes today against the Calgary Chaos at 3:30 p.m. at Max Bell Arena.
Pfeifer shoots for Olympic glory

Pfeifer shoots for Olympic glory

On the eve of the Roar of the Rings, Scott Pfeifer has unfinished business at the Olympic trials with the Ferbey Four.
Olson-Johns sweeps into Roar of the Rings

Olson-Johns sweeps into Roar of the Rings

Lori Olson-Johns answered the call of duty when Crystal Webster recruited the Paul Kane High School teacher for a shot at the 2010 Vancouver Olympics.
Raiders play shutout hockey

Raiders play shutout hockey

Five straight wins have the St. Albert Raiders right on the heels of the Lloydminster Bobcats for first place in the Alberta Midget AAA Hockey League.

Seventh place for Blues

Seventh place was the order of finish for the Paul Kane Blues at the 4A provincial high school women’s volleyball championship. “That was an excellent finish. It was tremendous actually,” said head coach Stan Andronyk.

Wrap-Up

Good hockey cubs beat the teams below them in the standings, and that’s what the St. Albert Steel did last weekend.

Tough road trip for Slash

A loss and a tie wasn't what the St. Albert Slash expected on their road trip last weekend against the Medicine Hat Hounds. The Slash (9-6-5) suffered a penalty-filled 4-2 loss Saturday and a 5-5 tie Sunday in Vauxhall against the Hounds (9-7-4).