Powerlifter Angela Lewis is using her competitive streak to set new world records and she wants to do it again.
The Brooks Bandits of the Alberta Junior Hockey League (AJHL) will open their six-day main training camp for their 2019-20 season on Monday, August 19th, the team announced today.
Sinister 7 Ultra is coming up once again, from July 5 - 7. This ultramarathon continues to test runners' strength, endurance, and willpower to keep running when everything in them wants to stop.
Take me out to the good old ball game! The sport of baseball has been a favourite pastime and popular sport from the 1920s to today. In 1939 though, baseball was put on somewhat of a hiatus, as many players traded their uniforms for soldier attire and went overseas to war. In 1956 in Vauxhal…
Former Brooks Bandit captain and national champion Cam Maclise (Lacombe, AB) will be inducted into the Brooks Bandits’ Smith Group Wall of Fame at the upcoming National Junior A Championship tournament, the team announced May 7.
The Prince George Spruce Kings captured the 2019 Doyle Cup on Saturday night, downing the visiting Brooks Bandits 4-2 in the decisive sixth game of the series.
The Brooks Bandits fell behind 3 games to 2 in the 2019 Doyle Cup series, after another home win for the Prince George Spruce Kings, 4-1 on Thursday night.
The Brooks Bandits got a three-point night from forward Jake Lee (Owen Sound, ON), and a 22-save shutout from goaltender Pierce Charleson (Aurora, ON) en route to a 4-0 blanking of the visiting Prince George Spruce Kings at the Centennial Regional Arena on Sunday night.
The Brooks Bandits rebounded from Friday night’s series-opening loss with a 3-1 win over the Prince George Spruce Kings in Game 2 of the 2019 Doyle Cup on Saturday night at the Centennial Regional Arena, posting the franchise’s first-ever home win in a BCHL/AJHL matchup.
Simon Gravel (Boucherville, QC) slid home a rebound shot 4:23 into overtime, as the Brooks Bandits withstood a late charge from the host Okotoks Oilers, taking a 6-5 overtime win in Game 4 of the AJHL South Division Final, and a 3 games to 1 series lead.
The Brooks Bandits rebounded from a disappointing Game 2 loss in the AJHL South Final, scoring four times in the opening frame and riding a hot start to a 6-1 win in Okotoks over the host Oilers in Game 3, taking a 2-1 series lead in the league semifinal.
The Brooks Bandits fell at home for the first time in the 2018-19 season on Saturday night, as a four-goal third period charge from the visiting Okotoks Oilers broke a 2-2 deadlock after two periods and gave the visitors a 6-3 win, tying the best of seven South Final at one game apiece.
Two of the top defences in the AJHL collided in Game 1 of the league’s South Final on Friday night, yet more than a quarter of the shots on goal in the game entered the net, as the Brooks Bandits took an offensively-charged 7-5 win over the visiting Okotoks Oilers to open the league semifinal.
With the hockey season winding down for most programs, one (combined) team wound their season down with an informal wind-up in the upstairs part of the Tilley Arena March 9 following a fun game against the parents.
The Brooks Bandits advanced to the Alberta Junior Hockey League (AJHL) South Division Final for the eighth consecutive year on Friday night, defeating the visiting Canmore Eagles 4-0 to win their best of seven series 4 games to 1.
The Brooks Bandits bounced back from Monday’s Game 3 setback to the Canmore Eagles, as Arnaud Vachon scored from the left circle at 17:23 of overtime to give the Bandits a 4-3 win in Game 4 of the AJHL South Semifinal on Tuesday night.
Despite shooting 60 pucks at the opposition's net, the Brooks Bandits suffered their first loss in nearly four months as they dropped a 3-2 overtime heartbreaker in Game 3 in Canmore on Monday night.
The Brooks Bandits will open their 2019 Alberta Junior Hockey League playoffs against the Canmore Eagles beginning Friday night, it was announced March 14.
As the lone rider to go a perfect 3-for-3, Parsonage catapults to No. 44 in the PBR world standings. In front of a sold-out crowd on Saturday night inside the ENMAX Centre, Jared Parsonage (Maple Creek), the lone rider to go a perfect 3-for-3, won the Bridge City Chrysler/LA Towing PBR Chall…
The Brooks Bandits (41-3) secured their second-longest winning streak in franchise history following a 5-1 triumph in Camrose on Saturday night.
Open and area residents who are looking to burn off some steam and perhaps, a bit of Christmas dinner, will be able to do just that at the first annual beach volleyball tournament, being held at the Crossroads Centre on Dec. 28 and Dec. 29.
The Brooks Bandits of the Alberta Junior Hockey League (AJHL) have named the captains who will lead the team into their hosting of the 2019 National Junior A Championship.
The Swift Current Broncos are pleased to announce the hiring of Brandin Cote and Scott Dutertre as they will join the club for the 2018-19 season as assistant coaches under Head Coach and Director of Hockey Operations Dean Brockman.
The Swift Current Broncos made a trade to address their forward depth by acquiring 18-year-old forward Colum McGauley from the Kelowna Rockets. Going back to Kelowna is an eighth round pick in the 2021 WHL Bantam Draft.
The Swift Current Broncos announced June 28 that the club has drafted a pair of players from Finland at the 2018 CHL Import Draft, selecting forward Joona Kiviniemi and blue liner Roope Pynnonen.
The Brooks Bandits of the Alberta Junior Hockey League (AJHL) will host their closest geographical rivals, the Drumheller Dragons, in their 2018-19 home opener on Friday, September 21st, it was announced by the league today.