Calgary teams get the best of the Red Deer Northstar Chiefs

Minor Midget AAA

The Red Deer Northstar Chiefs dropped a pair of weekend games to Calgary area teams. On Saturday, the Northstar Chiefs lost 4-1 to the Northwest Calgary Athletic Association Stampeders. Red Deer allowed two goals in the first and two more in the second before getting on the board in the third period. Zach Daniels had the lone goal for the home side. Jared Lee made 24 saves in the loss.

The Chiefs lost 10-4 to the CNHA Blazers. The Northstar Chiefs allowed five goals in the first period. Caileb Berge, Jace Paarup, Kayden Gatz and Adam Heindel scored for Red Deer in the loss and Cameron Loomis-LaBrosse made 43 saves.

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The Red Deer Sutter Fund Chiefs fell in back-to-back games to the visiting the Lethbridge Cyclones. On Saturday, it a was tough 4-3 shootout loss for the Chiefs. Robin Wlad, Kylie Perry, and Stephanie Keeper scored for Red Deer in the loss. Misty Rey made 21 saves in net.

On Sunday, the Chiefs suffered a 3-2 loss to the Cyclones. Keeper and Paige Dodd scored for Red Deer.

Pee Wee AA

Dextin Reimer’s goal with 4:16 remaining in the third period lifted the Red Deer Motors Chiefs to a 7-6 victory over Bow Valley Timberwolves in South Central Alberta Hockey League Pee Wee AA action in Cochrane Sunday.

Nate Danielson, Tayler Hardman and Nolan Larson scored two goals each for the Chiefs. Larson scored a shorthanded goal at 11:52 of the third period. Aiden Kalin answered with a power play goal at 13:06 to regain the lead for the Timberwolves. Danielson tied the game 25 seconds later for Red Deer before Reimer notched the eventual game-winner.

The Timberwolves outshot the Chiefs 35-30 and were two for six on the power play, while the Chiefs were one for three with man advantage. Hunter Smith and Meyer Gaume shared goaltending duties for the Chiefs.

The Chiefs have won 15 of their last 16 games and remain in second place in the SCAHL North Division, seven points behind the first-place Olds Grizzlys, with a 17-3-3 record.


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