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Zack attack too much for Copperheads

Zack attack too much for Copperheads

Zack Wildman scored three times and Ryan Robertson hammered home the overtime winner as the Banff Hockey Academy Bears defeated the Coaldale Copperheads 6-5 in overtime, Saturday (Nov. 12) at the Fenlands Centre.

Eagles mourn loss of teammate Patrick Steel

The local hockey community is in mourning after rookie Canmore Eagles forward Patrick Steel was found dead on Wednesday (Nov. 9). According to Eagles’ general manager Andrew Milne, Steel was sent home from practice on Tuesday (Nov.
Crawford, Kocher qualify for world cup races

Crawford, Kocher qualify for world cup races

Rosanna Crawford shot clean and Zina Kocher skied like the wind to secure the final two world cup spots on Canada’s national biathlon team.

Cadets shoot straight on biathlon range

Six local cadets competed against the best in the southwest as the Canmore Nordic Centre hosted the Cadet Summer Biathlon Zone Championships on Sunday (Nov. 6). The run and shoot event saw cadets run around a 1.

Eagles energy sags against Bonnyville Pontiacs

The Canmore Eagles have developed a familiar dance pattern this season – one step forward, two steps back. Following their first road win of the season Saturday (Nov.

Humphries scores five in Bears loss

‘As flies to wanton boys are we to the gods, they kill us for their sport.’ King Lear, Act 4, scene 1. The Bard wrote the immortal line in King Lear more than 500 years ago, but the sentiment was shared by the BHA Bears, Saturday (Nov.

Hoekstra stoked to wear Maple Leaf

Canmore Eagle Connor Hoekstra is on Cloud 9. The power forward is skating with Team Canada West as they face off against the world this week in pursuit of hockey gold in Langley, B.C.

Eagles blanked on northern road trip

The Canmore Eagles dropped three straight games on a northern AJHL road trip, last weekend, leaving the team in search of their first road win. The trip drops the team’s record to 3-17 on the season, after a 3-2 loss to Bonnyville on Friday, Oct.
Riptides host first swim meet

Riptides host first swim meet

Camryn Gooch broke a club record in the 25 metre breaststroke and Avi Elizabeth Lamb medalled in every race she entered as the Bow Valley Riptides hosted their first swim meet of the season, Oct. 29 at the Canmore Rec Centre.
Thunder rumbles with early season race action

Thunder rumbles with early season race action

Two hundred metres from the Frozen Thunder finish line at the Canmore Nordic Centre, Canmore’s Jess Cockney and Devon Kershaw are neck and neck in the 1.5-kilometre sprint final.