Hockey Alberta Provincial Championships ready to go in Stettler

Stettler Storm host 2018 Hockey Alberta Provincial Championships

The Stettler Storm are proud to host the 2018 Hockey Alberta Provincial Championships, presented by ATB Financial, for the Bantam Female B division.

The tournament starts on Thursday, March 15, and continues through Sunday, March 18. Games will be played at the Stettler Rec Centre Arena, located at 6202 – 44 Avenue, Stettler, AB

Alberta’s top teams will be participating at the Provincial Championships, including the host, your Stettler Storm Bantam Female B team. The teams will be vying for a spot in the gold medal final on Sunday, and a chance to win the provincial crown.

Pool play begins on March 16th, and continues until March 17th with the finals played on the 18th of March.

Local fans are encouraged to come out and see some of the best Bantam Female B –aged players in the province competing at the Hockey Alberta Provincial Championships, presented by ATB Financial.

The full schedule of games and updated results throughout the weekend for the Bantam Female B Provincial Championships can be found at http://bantamfemaleb.haprovincials.ca/home/. Results will be updated regularly on the site throughout the tournament, and also will be available on the live website ticker.

For updated information on all of Hockey Alberta’s provincial championships, go to hockeyalberta.ca or at haprovincials.ca.

Submitted by Stettler Minor Hockey

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