Generals and Border Kings start Chinook League final Thursday

The Bentley Generals and Lloydminster Border Kings will open their Chinook Hockey League best-of-three championship series Thursday in Lloydminster. The second game will be played Saturday at Bentley (7 p.m. start) and a third contest, if necessary, will go Sunday at Lloydminster.

The Bentley Generals and Lloydminster Border Kings will open their Chinook Hockey League best-of-three championship series Thursday in Lloydminster. The second game will be played Saturday at Bentley (7 p.m. start) and a third contest, if necessary, will go Sunday at Lloydminster.

The wild-card series to determine the fourth Alberta team for the upcoming AAA provincials will continue Friday at Fort Saskatchewan with the Chiefs holding a 1-0 lead in the best-of-three.

And, the President’s Cup best-of-three series, contested by the two Chinook League AA teams, will open Sunday at Carstairs where the Redhawks will host the Innisfail Eagles at 5 p.m.

The second game is on Feb. 18, 7:30 p.m., at Carstairs and a third game on Feb. 24 at Innisfail.

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