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Prince Albert Raiders goalie Ian Scott always knew that teammate Parker Kelly plays like a pest. But he only experienced it firsthand over the summer with the Toronto Maple Leafs. Drafted in the fourth round (110th overall) by the Leafs, Scott...
The Prince Albert Mintos started their 2017-18 regular season with a bang, winning their first two games over the weekend by a combined score of 10-3. On Saturday afternoon, the team opened its season against the Swift Current Legionnaires, just...
Defenceman Vojtech Budik has a knack for game-winning goals. One night after potting the winner off of a rebound, Budik was the set-up man Saturday night against the Medicine Hat Tigers. Budik found a waiting Parker Kelly on Tigers goalie Michael...
Nearly two calendar years have passed since Chris Jones helped the Edmonton Eskimos hoist the Grey Cup in 2015, a week or so after which he and his coaching staff vacated their posts for Regina and the staggering Saskatchewan...
Early in the week Prince Albert Raiders defenceman Vojtech Budik preached assertive, stable defence and smart passes out of his zone. And yet he emerged as the hero Friday night after he buried the game-winning goal in overtime against the...
The Carlton Crusaders are officially in the win column. The Crusader offence scored 22 unanswered points while the defence produced four second half turnovers on route to a 36-14 victory over the visiting Bedford Road Redhawks on Friday. The win gives...
Their paths to the National Hockey League are different, but their goals are the same. Prince Albert Raiders veterans Parker Kelly and Vojtech Budik rejoin their team after recent stints at NHL preseason camps – Kelly with the Ottawa Senators...
Three girls from the Prince Albert Northern Bears will represent their hockey team and their province on the national stage in Quebec City, come November. Goalie Ryan Fontaine, defender Hannah Koroll and forward Kate Ball were selected to join Team...
Moose Jaw Warriors goalie Brody Willms keeps on rolling. Following the 19-year-old’s shutout win on Friday in Prince Albert, Willms turned aside 40 of the 43 shots he faced at home Saturday, helping his side to a 7-3 win over...
Call it a defensive battle that yielded little more than a moral victory and an injured star receiver. The visiting Calgary Stampeders defeated the Saskatchewan Roughriders 15-9 Sunday afternoon in Regina; the Stamps scored no touchdowns and relied entirely on...

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