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Generals defence ready for battle

Generals defence ready for battle

If it’s downright definite that defence wins championships, then the Bentley Generals are in good shape heading into the 2009 Allan Cup tournament.
Martin not invincible

Martin not invincible

Scotland’s David Murdoch proved that Canada’s Kevin Martin isn’t invincible, after all.

Finally in, Blue Jackets can look beyond playoffs

It was an accomplishment which came too late for the man who made it possible. For long-suffering fans of the Columbus Blue Jackets, it arrived just in time.
Graves named Queen of Queens

Graves named Queen of Queens

There was only one way Katie Graves could have made her season any better and that would have been by winning the national championship.
Oilers fans suffer another great disappointment

Oilers fans suffer another great disappointment

Had things unfolded the way the Edmonton Oilers expected they would amid the optimism of October, they’d be facing the Calgary Flames on Friday and Saturday with the Northwest Division title hanging in the balance.
Beauty and the Beast

Beauty and the Beast

The azaleas are brighter than ever and, as usual, not a blade of grass is out of place.
Martin secures first

Martin secures first

Kevin Martin has secured first place at the Ford World Men’s Curling Championship. Now, the Edmonton skip just needs to stay the course as the rest of the competition scrambles for position.
VIDEO EXTRA: A look back at the Generals vs. Flyers series

VIDEO EXTRA: A look back at the Generals vs. Flyers series

Using video and photos captured during the Bentley Generals recent series against the Fort St. John Flyers, the Advocate presents to you a short video montage featuring a few of the highlights.The Generals qualified for the Allan Cup tournament for a third successive year Sunday with a 3-2 win over the Fort St. John Flyers before roughly 2,000 fans at the Red Deer Arena. The hard-earned victory in the fourth game of the best-of-five McKenzie Cup series — the Alberta/B.C.

Bantam players compete for Thrashers

Nine players off the two Red Deer bantam AAA hockey teams have been selected to compete for the Central Thrashers in the annual Alberta Cup for players born in 1994.Five players off the Red Deer Rebels Black and four from the Rebels White will compete in the tournament, slated for April 22-26 at the Don Hartman, Northeast Sportsplex in Calgary.
WHL Hitmen put Hurricanes on brink of elimination

WHL Hitmen put Hurricanes on brink of elimination

The Calgary Hitmen have the Lethbridge Hurricanes on the brink of elimination after a 4-2 win Tuesday in second round Western Hockey League playoff action.