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The 32nd annual Mac’s Midget Hockey Tournament in Calgary starts Boxing Day for the St. Albert Raiders and St. Albert Slash. At the Max Bell Arena the Raiders play the UFA Bisons at 12:45 p.m.

Raiders keep winning

The St. Albert Raiders played four games in six days and skated away with a winning record.
Inconsistency plagues Steel

Inconsistency plagues Steel

The St. Albert Steel played their best and worst hockey of the season during last weekend’s rollercoaster performance. Friday in Bonnyville against the team that beat them up 8-1 recently on St.
Steel revamps roster

Steel revamps roster

The St. Albert Steel were left reeling last week when their most gifted player asked to be traded and their number one goalie walked out on the team. "It is what it is," said head coach/general manger Greg Parks.
Blues topple Trojans

Blues topple Trojans

Christmas came early for the Paul Kane Blues. Desperate for some holiday cheer after some disappointing losses, the varsity men's basketball team unwrapped a vintage performance Wednesday against the Holy Trinity Trojans.

Raiders march into top spot

The St. Albert Raiders skate into tonight’s showdown against the Lloydminster Bobcats in sole possession of first place in the Alberta Midget AAA Hockey League.

On Tap

The city zone playdowns are under way at the Sherwood Park Curling Club for St. Albert skips Jamie King and Mike Hutchings. In the 12-team draw King is seeded fourth and Hutchings is fifth.

Hockey Digest

In the race for fifth place, the St. Albert Steel took a step backwards with a crushing 7-1 loss Wednesday against the Spruce Grove Saints at Grant Fuhr Arena.

Coach resigns from Merchants

Adam Sharpe has resigned as head coach of the St. Albert Merchants. Sharpe tendered his notice officially a week ago but stuck around for Sunday's 9-4 loss to the North Edmonton Red Wings at Clareview Arena.
Kennedy good as gold

Kennedy good as gold

"I'm going to the Olympics in Canada! Are you kidding me!" an elated Kennedy exclaimed after the Saville Sports Centre foursome dismantled Glenn Howard of Ontario 7-3 in Sunday's final at the Roar of the Rings.