IROC Chiefs sweep weekend

The Red Deer Elks beat the Wheatland Chiefs 5-4 and tied the Foothills Bisons 4-4 and the Calgary Rangers 3-3 in AA league play during the weekend.


The Red Deer Elks beat the Wheatland Chiefs 5-4 and tied the Foothills Bisons 4-4 and the Calgary Rangers 3-3 in AA league play during the weekend.

Brody Robinson led the way against Wheatland with a pair of goals while singles were added by Justin Corbett, Dion Daoust and Chris Robertson, who also had two assists.

Brenden Mandrusiak faced 26 shots for the win.

Robertson added a pair of goals against Foothills, with Daoust and Stephen Pietsch potting one each. Jarren Nickle stopped 30 shots in goal.

Josh Elliot, Landon Hiebert and Robinson scored against the Rangers while Nickle faced 33 shots.

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The Red Deer IROC Chiefs played a pair of games Saturday, downing the Calgary Royals Gold 4-2 in league action and beating Camrose 6-1 in exhibition play.

The Chiefs trailed the Royals 2-0 after the first period, but BJ Duffin and Dylan Hollman scored in the second period with Duffin connecting twice more in the third.

The win gives the Chiefs a 7-1-4 record.

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The Red Deer Sutter Fund Chiefs dumped Lacombe 6-0 Friday and downed the Edmonton Havoc 2-1 Saturday in A exhibition action.

Amy Jin made 19 saves for the shutout against Lacombe while Emma Malsbury had three goals, Ashley Graf two and Charissa Kadar one.

Lexi Kambeitx and Graf scored against Edmonton.


The Red Deer Steel Kings split a pair of AA league games during the weekend, losing 8-4 to the Bow Valley Timberwolves and beating the Red Deer Service Plus Chiefs 4-2.

Teagan Kooman, Dylan Fontaine, Dallas Link and Chris Gerrie scored for the Kings against Bow Valley while Trey deGraaf added a pair of assists.

Kooman had two goals and an assist against the Chiefs with deGraaf and Gerrie potting single markers. Brody Thomas made 22 saves in goal.

Brett Hoppus and Trystin Rebman replied for the Chiefs while Nicholas Galenzoski finished with 26 saves.


The Red Deer Parkland Transmission Chiefs lost 4-3 to the Red Deer TBS Chiefs in AA league play Sunday.

Kane LeBlanc, Brenden Baker and Blake Vander Linden scored for the Parkland Transmission Chiefs while Branden Bilodeau made 37 saves in net.

Mackenzie Differenz scored twice for TBS with Logan Linnell and Jeff de Wit adding single markers. Carson Franks turned aside 21 shots for TBS.

• Justin Anderson and Kyle Skogan each scored twice for Southside in a 10-3 B victory over the Calmar Cobras. Also scoring for the winners were Kevin Hayton, Kody Kapalka, Travis Mears, Cole Simon, Griffin Moline and Kayd Riguidel, while Will Gummow made 47 saves.

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