Hockey Alberta will be hosting the second ever Female Hockey Day in Lethbridge on January 25, 2020.
The AFHL’s newsletter for the month of October.
Fourteen Alberta Female Hockey League (AFHL) players have been included on the Team Alberta U18 Female roster that will represent the province at the…
Nineteen of the Twenty-Eight athletes competing for a spot on the Team Alberta U18 Female squad will coming coming out of the AFHL.
With tryouts beginning soon, check out all of the FAQs for the 2019-20 Season.
The Esso Cup, Canada’s National Female Midget Championship, is headed back to Alberta in 2021 when the Lloydminster Steelers host the 13th edition of…
Alberta’s elite level female league takes a professional approach to concussion care with an innovative digital health platform.
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.