2014 CAHL PeeWee Tier 2 Champions
On Wednesay, March 26, 2014 the PeeWee A Chiefs travelled to Airdrie for the 3rd and final game of the season and came away with the banner and the championship. The Chiefs extended their season by going to a game 3 in all three playoff Series.
The first series began on February 22 vs. the Okotoks Oilers. The Chiefs won game 1 at home 6-2, then dropped game 2 in Okotoks by a score of 6-3. On Saturday March 1 the Chiefs gave their fans a thrilling game by going into overtime and winning 4-3.
The second series began on March 8 at home vs. Airdrie Red and the Chiefs lost game 1 6-3. They travelled to Airdrie on Sunday March 9 and gave their fans another thrilling game as this game also went into overtime. The Chiefs came out on top by a score of 4-3. Saturday, March 15 was the 3rd game of this series. The Chiefs were down 3-2 with only 3 minutes remaining. The tieing goal was scored about that time. The go ahead go was scored with only 2 minutes left in the 3rd frame. The final score was 5-3 in favour of the Chiefs.
The third and final series began the very next day where the Chiefs travelled to Airdrie to play the Airdrie Black team for the banner and the right to call themselves the CAHL PeeWee Tier 2 Champions. Game one was tough for the Chiefs as the final score was 9 - 3 in favour of Airdrie. On Sunday, March 23 the Chiefs played in front a very loud home crowd and won game two with a final score of 7-4.
On Wednesday March 26 the Chiefs travelled to Aidrie for one final game! What a game it was. It was very clear from the beginning that both teams were playing to win. The game remained scoreless until the nearly the end of the 1st period. The score was 1-0 Chiefs going into the 2nd period. The Chiefs maintained that lead until midway through the 2nd period when Airdrie scored two goals to make the score 2-1. The Chiefs tied it up again with 3 minutes remaining, but Airdrie scored another with just two minutes remaining in the 2nd to make the score 3-2 in favour of Airdrie. The Chiefs returned to the ice after the intermission determined. Halfway through the 3rd the Chiefs tied it up. The score remained that way throughout the rest of the period to take the game into overtime. It only took 39 seconds for the Chiefs to score and win the game.
What an amazing season Chiefs! Congratulations on a great season and playoff series!
Volunteer Hours Opportunities
There are two opportunities for you to get your booth hours in for the 2014/2015 Season:
The first is a casino that we have agreed to work for the Mt. Vernon School on May 5 & 6 at the Jackpot Casino in Red Deer. There are several positions available. You will be able to use the hours you work there towards your booth hours for the 2014/2015 season. Hours that are worked in excess of the hours you will need will not be paid out. To sign up for the casino please contact Tammy Kolke @ 403-443-0218 (cell) .
The second opportunity is the Annual 4H Sale on Tuesday, June 3 at the Trochu Arena. We will have our concession open all day. Tracy Sharp will need 5-6 workers throughout the day. If you are able to work this day, please contact Tracy Sharp at 403-877-1121 (cell). The hours you work on this day will be put towards your 2014/2015 Season booth hours. Hours worked in excess of the hours you need, will be paid out at the rate that we pay our concession workers.
Respect in Sport
Parents who are registering their children for the first time in minor hockey are required to take the Respect in Sport - Parent Program. This became mandatory in the 2012/2013 season. To take the course please click here. Parents must complete the course before their child will be able to skate. Only one parent in the family needs to complete the course. If you have taken the course and you are registering a younger child, please return to the account you created when you took the course and add the child(ren) you are registering. This will be all you will need to do. You will not have to take the course again. Please make sure that you register your child exactly as you registered them with minor hockey.