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AFHL sees six athletes invited to National Women’s Team Summer Camps

Three current AFHL athletes, along with a pair of alumna are among the 109 female athletes invited to the BFL Canada National Women’s Development Team and National Women’s Under-18 team summer camps.


AFHL unveils new logo for 2020-21 season and beyond

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AFHL unveils new logo for 2020-21 season and beyond

RED DEER - The Alberta Female Hockey League (AFHL) has unveiled a new logo that will be used for the 2020-21 season and beyond.

FAQs for the 2020-21 Season

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FAQs for the 2020-21 Season

While there is some uncertainty regarding the 2020-21 season, the AFHL is remaining optimistic that hockey season will begin as scheduled, and is working…

AFHL Newsletter: Season Wrap-Up

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AFHL Newsletter: Season Wrap-Up

AFHL Newsletter: Season Wrap-Up

AFHL Players Committed to Post-Secondary Institutions for 2020-21 Season

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AFHL Players Committed to Post-Secondary Institutions for 2020-21 Season

The Alberta Female Hockey League is proud to present the list of players who will be suiting up for post-secondary teams next season.

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AFHL Spring Camp Information

As the COVID-19 pandemic continues to evolve, the Alberta Female Hockey League is taking additional measures to protect our staff and the hockey community.…

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AFHL announces 2019-20 award and scholarship winners

The Alberta Female Hockey League is pleased to announce the 2019-20 league award and scholarship winners.


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U18 AA

The U18 AA division of the Alberta Female Hockey League is comprised of 12 teams divided into two divisions, North and South.

Teams comprising the North Division are the Lloydminster Elite Steelers, Edmonton Pandas, Grande Prairie PCFAC Storm, Sherwood Park Fury, St. Albert Raiders, and North Central Impact (Leduc).

Teams comprising the South Division are the Calgary Fire White, Calgary Fire Red, Red Deer Sutter Fund Chiefs, Airdrie Lightning, Rocky Mountain Raiders (Okotoks), and Lethbridge Cyclones.