Minor hockey Oct. 25

The Red Deer IROC Chiefs won a pair of games, beating the Stampeders 9-4 in Calgary Saturday and the Calgary Canucks 6-1 at home Sunday.

Minor Midget AAA

The Red Deer IROC Chiefs won a pair of games, beating the Stampeders 9-4 in Calgary Saturday and the Calgary Canucks 6-1 at home Sunday.

Jody Sick had three goals against the Stampeders with Justin Feser adding two goals and Dustin Gorgi, Ryker Leer, Kirk Johnson and Ty Chalaturnyk one each.

Logan Muir got the win, facing 24 shots.

Sick added a pair of goals against the Canucks with singles added by Feser, Leer, Zak Hicks and Kyle Kapalka. The Chiefs held a 54-13 edge in shots with Matt Zentner in goal.

• The Red Deer North Star Chiefs split a pair of road games, losing 4-3 to the Calgary Bruins Saturday and beating the Calgary Blazers Sunday.

Cole Visser, Tom Vanderlinde and Scott Ferguson scored against the Bruins while Anthony Hamill faced 22 shots in goal.

On Sunday, Ferguson scored three times and added two assists with Jack Goranson adding a pair of goals and Evan Ingram, Visser and Logan Fisher one each. Brett Frisneth faced 26 shots in goal.


In A action, Alec Mitchell stopped 18 shots and Red Deer Days Inn got goals from six players in a 6-1 win over the Innisfail Flyers at the Collicutt Centre.

Scoring for the winners, who outshot the Flyers 46-19, were Ty Elliot, Dylan Evans, Spencer Jamieson, Keenan Brule, Greg Booth and Teagan Calonna. Chad Stone contributed three assists.

Days Inn also suffered a 4-1 loss to visiting Stettler, getting their lone goal from Mitchell Dore. Ryan Pfeifenroth made 42 saves in a losing cause.

Midget Girls

• Chelsey Weatherill scored twice in a losing cause as the Red Deer Sutter Fund Chiefs fell 5-3 to Wetaskiwin in A play. Marianne Currie also scored for Red Deer.


The Red Deer Frontier Bus Lines Chiefs had a tough weekend in A play, losing 8-2 to Rocky Mountain House Saturday and 6-3 to Innisfail Sunday.

Ty Makofka and Kirt Fortney connected against Rocky while Kane LeBlanc had two goals and Makofka one against Innisfail.

• Two goals from Ryan Kaczmar and singles from Nathan Bauer and Coleton Johnson gave AES Industrial a 4-3 B win over Northwest Motors.

Marshall Hiscock, Andrew Aspillaga and Nathan Shultz replied for Northwest.


The Red Deer Parkland Transmission Chiefs split a pair of AA games, losing 6-2 to the Airdrie Lightning and defeating the Foothills Bisons 7-4.

Luke Coleman and Kyle James tallied against Airdrie, while Dawson Weatherill made 39 saves.

Jeff de Wit recorded a hat trick in Parkland’s win. Louis Leclerc potted two goals, singles were added by Coleman and Tyler Wall and winning netminder Westin Cardwell stopped 30 shots.

• Red Deer Elite Sportswear outshot the Daysland Thunderstars 50-17 en route to an 8-0 win in their A home-opener.

Gavin Jewan posted the shutout, while Curtis Hallman tallied twice and Tristyn Zarubiak, Jacob Stennes, Andrew Davis, Payton Lagrange, Jesse Schultz and Jayden Sitko also scored.

Peewee Girls

The Red Deer Sutter Fund Chiefs opened their A league season with a pair of wins, downing the Calgary Magic 3-1 and Olds 2-1.

Maddison Toppe, Mairead Bast and Branna Martin connected against Calgary with Brooke Cassidy and Toppe scoring against Olds.

Alexandra Galenzoski was in goal both games.

The Chiefs play in the Rocky Mountain League, which includes three teams from Calgary, Red Deer, Olds, Airdrie and Okotoks.


The Red Deer Sports World Chiefs edged the Red Deer KFC Chiefs 3-2 in AA league play Sunday.

Caden Depta, Hunter Brewster and Eric Moore scored for Sports World with Jeramie Kohut and Cooper Jones connecting for KFC.

Bretton Park finished with 30 saves in goal for Sports World while Devon Carroll and Eric Johnson combined for 19 saves for KFC.

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