IROC Chiefs split weekend bill

The Red Deer IROC Chiefs split a weekend twin bill, beating the Calgary Stampeders 5-2 at the Arena Sunday after dropping a 4-2 decision to the Blazers in Calgary Saturday.

Iroc Chiefs forward BJ Duffin

Midget 15-year-old

The Red Deer IROC Chiefs split a weekend twin bill, beating the Calgary Stampeders 5-2 at the Arena Sunday after dropping a 4-2 decision to the Blazers in Calgary Saturday.

Nicholas Glackin scored twice against the Stamps with Alexander Randell, BJ Duffin and Dylan Hollman connecting once each. Tanner Kovacs finished with 39 saves in goal.

On Saturday, Robin Carlson and Brady Bakke scored for the Chiefs while Dasan Sydora made 16 saves.


Dustin Reykdal and Cole deGraaf scored for the Red Deer Pro-Stitch Chiefs in a 3-2 AA loss to the visiting Calgary Stampeders.

Taylor Steele made 40 saves for the Chiefs.

Midget Girls

The Red Deer Sutter Fund A Chiefs got third-period goals from Charissa Kadar and Lexi Kambeitz to earn a 4-4 tie with the Penhold Sportsman Club Flyers.

Ashley Graf and Emma Malsbury also scored for the Chiefs, while Tori Hoffart, Taylor Stigings, Emily Lougheed and Teale Spooner responded for the Flyers.


Cole Visser scored the lone goal for Red Deer Service Plus in a 5-1 AA loss to the Bow Valley Thunderwolves. Joey Desrosiers made 34 saves for Service Plus as the Red Deer squad was outshot 39-27.

In other AA action, the Red Deer Steel Kings shrugged off a 3-0 deficit and downed the Foothills Bisons 8-5 at Nanton.

James Gaume fired two goals for the winners, while singles were contributed by Connor Einhorn, Dylan Fontaine, Joel Mazurkewich, Dallas Link, Allan Pruss and Teagan Kooman. Brody Thomas made 33 saves for the winners.


The Red Deer Parkland Transmission Chiefs defeated the host Foothills Bisons 7-6 in AA league action in Blackie Sunday.

Kale Howarth scored three times with Andrew Kartusch, Brenden Baker, Landon Willoughby and Matt Lyons adding singles. Cole Sears made nine saves in goal, while Branden Bilodeau made 19 saves.

• The Red Deer Holiday Inn A Chiefs were 0-2 during the weekend, falling 6-0 to the Killiam Warriors despite holding a 58-22 advantage in shots, and losing 4-1 to the Rocky Vipers while getting a goal from Kyle Gibson and 19 saves from Michael Ozga.

• Brandt Burzik scored twice in a losing cause as Southside Dodge was defeated 10-5 by HSBC in B action. Also scoring for Southside were Griffin Moline, Kyle Skogen and Kody Kapalka.

Peewee Girls

The Red Deer Sutter Fund second team beat Bentley 4-1 in league play and blanked Olds 7-0 in an exhibition contest.


The Lacombe Rockets downed the Red Deer KFC Chiefs 5-3 in a battle for first place in the North Central tier I division.

Levi Glasman and Bradley Hellofs had two goals each for the Rockets and Elijah Funkhouser one. Devon Fankhanel, Eric Moore and Adam Sandstrom replied for the Chiefs.

Justin Verveda made 12 saves in goal for Lacombe while Devon Desormerau faced 26 shots in the Red Deer net.

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