One of the biggest minor hockey tournaments in Western Canada is now underway in Regina. The Tisdale Ramblers are the only other North team attending. Haydn Wilm is the top prospect from the South league and is someone to watch.
Brooke Archer, an year-old goalie from Mossbank, captured two league championships in a single day on March Archer plays hockey for the Moose Jaw peewee and bantam Mavericks. The Mavericks won the game taking the league championship.
And when we say Mustangs, we mean all of them. Every single team the Moose Jaw Lacrosse Association put on the floor last season. The Pee Wee Mustangs claimed gold in their division.
Kevin isretired part time fuel pump attendant after having retired from CP Rail after over 30 years. Kevin started curling around 45 years ago in Manitoba. He competed through high school at the Hillcrest curling club and later at Bushell Park Curling Club. Kevin was heavily involved in league and Prairie Region Championships during his time with the railroad.
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In the past, the North Dakota teams have done well in Minnesota tourneys but they face strong competition this year in this tourney. They can be good enough at the end of the season. Unfortunately, tor three teams, the drama will be about survival next February in the district playoffs.
He recorded his most prolific WHL season in —05 with 37 goals and 74 points. Later that month, he was named to Team Canada for the World Junior Championshipswhere he earned gold. He completed the —07 season helping the Giants to the Memorial Cup championship as the host city. He completed the season in the ECHL playing in six games, and scoring four points three goals and one assistfor the Florida Everblades.
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Hockey Nova Scotia overwhelmingly voted to ban bodychecking for some minor hockey players on Sunday following pleas from physicians that the body contact increases the risk of head injuries to children. The board unanimously voted to eliminate bodychecking for all peewee players, who are typically between and years old. It was also removed for the B and C levels of the bantam and midget leagues ages 13 through 18with only one dissenting vote of the member board. The decision capped off the association's annual general meeting in the Halifax area, where the issue was debated after presentations from industry experts, physicians and a young player.