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A team of women in Chetwynd, B.C., has stepped out of the stands and onto the ice.
The Aurora Tigers won 14 in a row to finish their season and sit atop the OJHL standings.
A high-octane offence fueled the Mid Isle Wildcats back atop the PEIFMAAAHL standings.
The No. 1 offence and defence propelled the Saskatoon Stars to their first regular season title.
Ryan Shay hasn’t let a life-changing accident get in the way of his athletic ambitions.
The league’s top defence put the Central Plains Capitals atop the MFMHL standings.
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