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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.


AFHL recognizes and congratulates graduating players

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AFHL recognizes and congratulates graduating players

The AFHL would like to recognize and congratulate the graduating Midget players from the 2019-20 season.

COVID-19 Update - Hockey Canada Statement

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COVID-19 Update - Hockey Canada Statement

The Hockey Canada Board of Directors has made the decision to cancel all Hockey Canada-sanctioned activities effective Friday, March 13. This means that all…

Midget Elite Playoffs Set

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Midget Elite Playoffs Set

The Midget Elite regular season has concluded and the road to the Hockey Alberta Provincial Championships is set to begin this weekend.

AFHL Newsletter: February Edition

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AFHL Newsletter: February Edition

AFHL Newsletter - February Edition

AFHL January Wrap Up

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AFHL January Wrap Up

The AFHL Wrap Up for the month of January.

Nominate your coach for the BFL Female Coach of the Year!

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Nominate your coach for the BFL Female Coach of the Year!

Do you have a coach that has made a significant impact on your team this season? Nominate her for the BFL Coach of the…


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Midget Elite

The Midget Elite 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.