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Midget Goalie Tanner Jaillet stopped 40 shots to give the Red Deer Pro-Stitch Chiefs a 2-2 tie with the Airdrie Lightning in AA weekend action


Goalie Tanner Jaillet stopped 40 shots to give the Red Deer Pro-Stitch Chiefs a 2-2 tie with the Airdrie Lightning in AA weekend action.

JD Senneker and Ross Cunningham scored for the Chiefs, who had 24 shots on goal.

On Saturday, Pro-Stich fell 4-1 to the Lightning, with Clayton Swan potting the lone goal and Taylor Steele stopping 35 shots.

In other AA action, Dion Daoust, Landon Hiebert and Dana Daoust scored for the Red Deer Elks in a 4-3 loss to the Taber Golden Suns. Elks netminder Brenden Mandrusiak faced 25 shots in the team’s first loss of the season.


The Red Deer Steel Kings edged the Wheatland Warriors 4-3 in a AA contest, getting goals from Wyatt Weatherall, Trey deGraaf, James Gaume and Ian McLellan.

Brody Thomas made 31 saves for the Steel Kings, who were outshot 34-32.

In another AA game, Red Deer Service Plus fell 4-1 to the visiting Foothills Bisons.

Bantam Girls

The Red Deer Sutter Fund Chiefs extended their AA undefeated streak to six games with a 1-1 draw versus the Calgary Outlaws, their lone goal supplied by Taylor Hall.

Megan Kirkland made 26 saves for the Chiefs.


The Red Deer Parkland Transmission Chiefs were fit to be tied in AA weekend play, battling the Red Deer TBS Chiefs to a 1-1 draw and earning a 4-4 sawoff with the Okotoks Oilers.

Brenden Baker scored the lone goal against TBS, while Branden Bilodeau made 29 saves.

Kane LeBlanc, Jackson Oborne, Charlie Thompson and Kale Howarth tallied against Okotoks, with Cole Sears turning aside 25 shots.

• The Red Deer Holiday Inn Chiefs dropped a pair of weekend A contests, falling 6-3 to Rocky Mountain House and 8-4 to St. Albert in an exhibition outing.

Curtis Johanson scored twice, Daniel Billett had a single and Ryley Bosch stopped 28 shots in the loss to Rocky.

Johanson potted two more and Louis Leclerc and Cory Owens notched one apiece against St. Albert, while losing netminder Michael Ozga stopped 39 shots.

In another A game, the Red Deer Versa-line Chiefs beat the Thorsby Thunder 6-5 as Josh Ho, Blayne Friesen and Kyle James each scored twice and Nick Bilodeau picked up the win in goal.

• Kyle Skogan fired three goals in a losing cause as Southside lost 9-5 to Safeway in B action. Griffin Moline and Caleb Weber also scored for Southside.

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