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PostPosted: Tue Aug 31, 2010 8:44 pm
 


Another hockey season is upon us!!!!


Tonight here in sunny downtown Grande Praire, Junior A hockey started for yet another season. The Grande Prairie Storm of the AJHL took on the Dawson Creek Rage of the NAHL in this years first exhibition game. This was the first ever game for the new Dawson Creek franchise and I'm thinking they would have preferred a different outcome. The Storm out shot the Rage 44-28 and skated to a nice 4-1 victory. Great way to start off the 2010/11 campaign.

Rosie and I have season tickets to the Storm this season for the first time and we are looking forward to a great year. I hope every other hockey fan on CKA gets out and supports their local junior teams this season. It's great hockey, economical to take the entire family and did I mention it's great hockey??!!!! Support your local junior team and post the stories, pictures and video here throughout the season.

:rock: SUPPORT JUNIOR HOCKEY IN CANADA :rock:

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PostPosted: Fri Sep 03, 2010 5:11 pm
 


My boys are playing in Dawson Creek against the Prince George Spruce Kings.

The PG team is broadcasting the game... :rock:

http://www.ustream.tv/channel/spruce-kings


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PostPosted: Fri Sep 03, 2010 5:22 pm
 


2-2...40 seconds left.... 8O


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PostPosted: Fri Sep 03, 2010 5:29 pm
 


3-2 Shootout Win!!!!!

:rock: :rock: :rock: :rock: :rock: :rock: :rock: :rock:


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PostPosted: Sat Sep 04, 2010 9:11 pm
 


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The Grande Prairie Storm finished up the pre-season a perfect 4-0.

A 5-3 win over the Quesnel Millionaires in Dawson Creek's EnCana Centre on Saturday ended the exhibition season for the Alberta Junior Hockey League club. It started on Tuesday in Grande Prairie with a 4-1 win over the Dawson Creek Rage of the North American Hockey League and continued in Dawson Creek on Wednesday with a 5-4 win over the Rage.

Friday the Storm took on the Prince George Spruce Kings of the British Columbia Hockey League and won 3-2 in over before finishing things up with the win over the BCHL Millionaires on Saturday.

The Storm now return home to prepare for their season-opener against the Sherwood Park Crusaders in the Canada Games Arena in Grande Prairie on Friday, Sept. 10 at 7:30 p.m.


We can't wait for the season opener on Friday!!!!


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PostPosted: Sat Sep 04, 2010 9:53 pm
 


Yeah, another season. Going to do the ref re-cert clinic in a couple of weeks. I've already reffed a couple of AAA Midget try-out games. GO PETES GO!!!

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PostPosted: Thu Sep 09, 2010 2:49 pm
 


I'm supporting my Victoria Cougars all the way!!!!!

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PostPosted: Fri Sep 10, 2010 5:10 am
 


.

A STORM APPROACHES......

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THE SEASON OPENING GAME FOR THE..... GRANDE PRAIRIE STORM
TONIGHT!!!!





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SHERWOOD PARK CRUSADERS............GRANDE PRAIRIE STORM

GO STORM!!!

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XD

LOVE Kramer! ROTFL ROTFL ROTFL


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PostPosted: Fri Sep 10, 2010 4:08 pm
 


That's our new team Captain!!!....Woohoo!!!.......... :lol:


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PostPosted: Fri Sep 10, 2010 4:16 pm
 


[huh]

You have a rainbow....


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PostPosted: Sat Sep 11, 2010 6:23 am
 


Our boys lost the season opener!!!!..... PDT_Armataz_01_09

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It wasn’t a pretty way to kick off the Grande Prairie Storm’s 15th season in the Alberta Junior Hockey League.

In fact it was ugly and as far as the visiting Sherwood Park Crusaders are concerned ugly looked pretty good.

The Crusaders defeated the Storm 2-0 in the season opener for both clubs Friday night in the Canada Games Arena.

The 2,803 assembled didn’t get much of a chance to see any even-up hockey following a constant parade to the penalty box.

Penalty box keepers Jim Thompson and Jack Gould are already in mid-season form after one game and timekeeper Ken Purvis’ fingers will no doubt be suffering from penalty clock inputting overload when he wakes up Saturday morning.

Grande Prairie took 11 minors, four majors, a 10 minute misconduct and three game misconducts while the Crusaders were handed 12 minors, three majors, two game misconducts and a 10 minute misconduct.

The Storm actually ended up with nine powerplays to Sherwood Park’s seven, but some solid goaltending by Crusader keeper Pat Terriss was the difference. He was very solid when he had to be even though most of the 33 shots directed his way weren’t of the high quality variety.

Rookie goaltender Colin Dzijacky was also solid in the Storm net and had no chance on either Crusader goal. He faced 30 shots.

The first came on the PP at 8:11 of the first period off the stick of Jessi Hilton and the second was scored on the PP at 8:20 of the third by Josh Lee.

The Storm will have a chance to even its record up when they host the Drumheller Dragons on Saturday at 7:30 p.m. in the Canada Games Arena.


Sure would have been nice if the ref had let them play. Every time the game got some flow, the ref would call a marginal call and fuck it up. At least he called a shitty game both ways.... :roll:

Our boys played very well, they just couldn't solve the Crusaders tender. We out shot them 33-30 and had some great chances, just didn't find the twine. Oh well, tonight Drumheller is in town and we'll be back cheerin our boys again!.


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PostPosted: Sat Sep 11, 2010 3:33 pm
 


QBC wrote:
Our boys lost the season opener!!!!..... PDT_Armataz_01_09

From the Storm Site...
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It wasn’t a pretty way to kick off the Grande Prairie Storm’s 15th season in the Alberta Junior Hockey League.

In fact it was ugly and as far as the visiting Sherwood Park Crusaders are concerned ugly looked pretty good.

The Crusaders defeated the Storm 2-0 in the season opener for both clubs Friday night in the Canada Games Arena.

The 2,803 assembled didn’t get much of a chance to see any even-up hockey following a constant parade to the penalty box.

Penalty box keepers Jim Thompson and Jack Gould are already in mid-season form after one game and timekeeper Ken Purvis’ fingers will no doubt be suffering from penalty clock inputting overload when he wakes up Saturday morning.

Grande Prairie took 11 minors, four majors, a 10 minute misconduct and three game misconducts while the Crusaders were handed 12 minors, three majors, two game misconducts and a 10 minute misconduct.

The Storm actually ended up with nine powerplays to Sherwood Park’s seven, but some solid goaltending by Crusader keeper Pat Terriss was the difference. He was very solid when he had to be even though most of the 33 shots directed his way weren’t of the high quality variety.

Rookie goaltender Colin Dzijacky was also solid in the Storm net and had no chance on either Crusader goal. He faced 30 shots.

The first came on the PP at 8:11 of the first period off the stick of Jessi Hilton and the second was scored on the PP at 8:20 of the third by Josh Lee.

The Storm will have a chance to even its record up when they host the Drumheller Dragons on Saturday at 7:30 p.m. in the Canada Games Arena.


Sure would have been nice if the ref had let them play. Every time the game got some flow, the ref would call a marginal call and fuck it up. At least he called a shitty game both ways.... :roll:

Our boys played very well, they just couldn't solve the Crusaders tender. We out shot them 33-30 and had some great chances, just didn't find the twine. Oh well, tonight Drumheller is in town and we'll be back cheerin our boys again!.


Don't worry QBC, my Victoria cougars failed in their home opener...

From Cougars site:

Panthers spoil Cougars home opener

VICTORIA – Brady Berisoff made 28 saves and Evan Campbell and Mike Scarborough had a pair of assists each to lead the Peninsula Panthers past the Victoria Cougars 5-0 in the season opener for both teams.

Berisoff clearly showed why he was the best goaltender in the Vancouver Island Junior Hockey League last year, keeping offensive threats like Trevor McNeil, Sam Rice, and Josh Wyatt off the score sheet.

Scoring for the defending VIJHL champion Panthers, which held period leads of 2-0 and 4-0, were Justin Isaac, Christian Stevenson, Joe Densmore, Corey Allen, and Jake Bryan. Tyler Porteous also picked up two assists in the victory.

Zach Wear turned aside 28-of-33 shots for Victoria.

The home team received the game’s first scoring chance when Rice, co-winner of last year’s VIJHL Rookie of the Year award, was robbed in the low slot by Berisoff three minutes into the contest.

However, two minutes later, Isaac pounced on a Scarborough rebound beating Wear top shelf at 5:03. 59 seconds later and with Cougars’ Chris Bannister looking on from the penalty box, Peninsula took a two goal lead when Stevenson’s weak point shot deflected off a Victoria defender and in.

The Cougars received a two man advantage late in the period after Cole Peterson and Bryan took penalties 47 seconds apart. During the five-on-three, Justin Sotkowy had his point shot gloved by Berisoff, McNeil, from a sharp angle, had his shot kicked out of harms way, and Brody Coulter was stopped from five feet out.

After killing off the remaining 24 seconds to begin the second period, four minutes later, Campbell, from behind the Victoria net, centred the puck out front to Densmore who buried it with a quick forehand shot.

Two minutes later, Rice came down the left wing on a 3-on-1 rush only to be stopped by Berisoff.

Peninsula went ahead 4-0 after Allen picked up his own rebound, squirted to his left, and beat Wear short side at 11:35.

Then three consecutive penalties to Porteous (hooking, 16:59), Ryan Bradley (roughing, 18:29), and Campbell (slashing, 18:29) late in the period gave the Cougars a two-man advantage for 31 seconds and another for one minute and 30-seconds. Victoria’s best chance came off the stick of Brandan Smith just as the buzzer sounded to end the period.

After a cross-checking penalty to defenseman Matt Sheeran at 10:07 of the third period, Bryan countered with a powerplay goal at 10:40 to give Peninsula its fifth and final goal.

Unlike the Cougars, the Panthers were taking penalties in bunches. After Kyle Peterson took a double minor for spearing at 14:37 followed up by a delay of game penalty to Berisoff at 16:43, Victoria received its fourth two-man advantage; this time for one minute and 55-seconds.

Coulter came inches from getting the Cougars on the board after he tipped Smith’s point shot off the goal post. Then with less than a minute to play, McNeil’s deflection was stopped by Berisoff.

Victoria went 0-for-9 on the powerplay while Panthers went 2-for-9.

But at least they their rivals the Saanich Braves home opener 2-1.


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PostPosted: Sat Sep 11, 2010 9:42 pm
 


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Our boys came through tonight!!!!!!!!

In what was a solid second and third periods for the Storm, they finally got the first goal of the season out of the way and it was game on after that!! Out shooting the Drumheller Dragons 44-27, we needed more than overtime, we needed a shootout to even the season opening weekend out.
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I never worry CKA_P, there is always another game comin.... :wink: (Sorry to hear about your Cougars though.)


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PostPosted: Wed Sep 15, 2010 6:36 am
 


I just ordered AJHL PPV live. http://ajhl.neulion.com/ajhl/

For a whopping $89 Rosie and I can watch all the Storm away games online. 30 games for $89 bucks didn't seem like a bad deal to me. We get to try it out tonight when our Storm visit Sherwood Park and two games this weekend when the boys travel to play the Sludge Monkeys (Ft Mac Oil Barons... :wink: )


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