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 http://hiway14.rampinteractive.com/

Thunder Redeemed!
In fine Thunder fashion they kept with 
the plan and took the play into
Wilkie's end with a sustained
attack and hammered out a
6-3 victory, not to be
taken away. They keep the title
of Hi-Way 14 league champs
for another year!
33 - 1 - 0
Amazing!
 

Oh! somewhere in this favored land 
the sun is shining bright;
The band is playing somewhere
and somewhere hearts are light,
And somewhere men are laughing
and somewhere children shout;
but!
There is no Joy in Mudville
Mighty Casey has struck out!

Thunder pounded out a 5-0 lead in the first
45 minutes of the game. They let them back
in it in the last 15. they won the game  but 
lost the series by one
goal.
There is no shame as they battled hard and
treated the fans to some of the best
hockey in the ol' barn all year!
Hold your heads high. We are proud!
But it's not over! Wilkie Will be comin' hard
to take advantage of misfortune for
the League Final on Monday.
The Thunder have
played 8 intense games in the
last 14 days. One more to go!


 
 
 
 
 
 
 
24 Years!
New Provincial Champions
!

Kerrobert Pee Wee Tigers are the new
SHA Provincial D Champions! In a huge
blowout, they dismantled the Conquest
Coyotes in convincing style on Friday
March 26, 2010
It was 24 years ago that the 85/86 
Pee Wees coached by Bob Bahm
won the Provincial
championship!
 
Provincial Champs
 
 
 
 
When You're Down You Get Back Up!
Thunder decided they would spot Wilkie
3 goals before they would try to play
"catch up". They finally squeaked out
a 7-6 win on Wednseday
to bring home for the Final League
Championship game on Monday!
 
 
Thats the way you do it!
Pee Wees won game one of the 
Final Round of Provincial D series in
Elrose against the Conquest Coyotes
Tuesday night.
 
 
 
One Game Winner Takes All!
Thunder hammered out a 8_1 victory in 
the neutral ice game in Eston against the
Rosetown 2 Redwings to advance to the
League Final series with Wilkie.
3 games left for all the
Provincial and League marbles!
 
 
 
 
Game 1 of Provincial C Midget
First loss of the season puts the Thunder
down 4-2 in the total point series!
Back to the Thunderdome on Mar 27 at 6PM
for game 2 of the provincial Midget C Final! 
 
 
 
Midgets advance to the
Provincial Final
in convincing style!

3 goals by Justin Fischer, 2 from
Blair MacDonald and Taylor Murphy,
one from Riley Anderson,
Kyle Shynkaruk and
Dylan Kruesel and a shut out from
tender Dustin Waldner gave the Thunder
a 10-0 win over the visiting
Arborfield/Zenon Park Flyers.
Stay Tuned!


 

 
 

 
 
 
A Huge Massive Success!
The Tigers and the Habs battled to a ? 
well I can't remember the score now, but it
was close. Avery dropped the puck
and the games began.
 
Midgets progress to the Northern
Finals and the the next round
of League play! 
 

    Pee Wees Advance 
to Northern Final
 
Kerrobert Pee Wees finished off the Paradise Hill Hawks in 
game 2 by a score of 4-2. Competing in the same
time slot as the Gold Medal hockey game, the die hard fans
kept abreast of both games by watching during the
intermissions on the screens in the lobby. We thank the fans
that came out to support our local heros on their way to
Provincial semi-finals!
 
Who's Next?



Paradise Hill jumped into a one nothing
lead in the first period of game 2 on Feb 21,
and took it into the second.
The Thunder tied it up to go into the third. Still
tied at 2 in the third the Thunder rallied to
to finish with a 5-2 win
.
Wilkie defeated Delisle in round 2
to earn themselves a series with
the Thunder in Round 3!
Stay Tuned!

On to Round Two! 
Kerrobert Pee Wees moved on to the next
round after taking the first round with ease
against the Edam three Stars.
Next up....Paradise Hill!

Murphy & The Thunder Roll
A hat trick from Taylor Murphy, 2 goals by 
Todd Chotowetz and 4 assists from Justin Fischer
and the Thunder roll to gain a 5-0 cushion
going into game 2 at Paradise Hill
on Feb 21 for the two game, total point
Provincial Round 2.

Thunder
Goal
Thiessen 11, Morris 7, Schraefel 3 celebrate a goal
Murf
Murph (Taylor Murphy)
Outa My Way
"Outa My Way" (Mike Cholin)
Shynk
Shynk #1 (Kyle Shynkaruk)
Trav
Trav & Teammates (Travis Turnbull)
Stephen
Steve (Stephen Schraefel)

Sat Mar 6 - 4:00 PM
Sr. Tigers vs. Montreal Canadiens
On Saturday March 6th Kerrobert Memorial Arena is 
hosting the Deon Volk Memorial Hockey Game.
Events include minor hockey games at the rink leading
up to the Tigers taking on the Western Canada Montreal
Canadiens Fan Club Rec Hockey Team at 4:00pm.
Immediately following the game the Tigers will be
hosting a Sports Celebrity Dinner and Auction. Day
passes to all three Sr. Tiger events go on sale
tomorrow, Wednesday, Feb. 3 at the
Kinsmen Hall
from 5:00pm-8:00pm for the price of $50.00.
The only way to attend the banquet is by purchasing
a day pass, and there will only be 300 sold, so
don't miss out! If you do not get a day pass, don't worry -
you can pay at the door for the Benefit Game as well as
for the Program and Auction.

Come out and support this exciting event as all
proceeds go to the Avery Volk Trust Fund.

For Further information please contact Troy Snider.

 Kerrobert Minor Hockey
Provincial Playoffs!
Adult $5.00
Student/Senior $4.00
Child $2.00
Family $15.00

 

For a complete schedule of games in the Arena please visit:
http://my.calendars.net/kerrobertarena


Thank You Royal Purple!

A big "Thank you" to our local Royal Purple for the donation of 100 game pucks. They came just in time as our supply was getting to the bottom of the barrel. Our old game pucks are now warm up and practice pucks. Thanks again!


Pee Wees take Tier 1 Tournament
in Lloydminister!
Kerrobert Pee Wees, sporting their bright new jerseys from Enbridge, Viper, Rev and KB Sandblasting, won the Championship game Sunday afternoon after a battle with Red Deer in the A Final. Down 2-0 early in the first, they played hard and battled back to win the game 7-4 to take the Lloyminister Invitational Tournament. Way to go!
 
 

 
 
Thank You! 
A huge thank you to all the people who found it in their hearts to come out and support the kids on the new community Junior team who played in the Kerrobert arena. The season is coming to a close with only 2 home games left. It is tough to establish a new franchise in this league, but it has been fast, clean, entertaining hockey and it gives our local kids a place to play after Midget and before going into senior hockey or further. The kids never gave up and they showed a tremendous amount of heart facing the adversity of a first year franchise. We sincerly hope we can keep this team next year and build from the base that has been established. It brings people from all over the province into our town. It benefits the community, the businesses and the kids and can easily co-exist with a senior team.

We would also like the thank the businesses and individuals who supported the team financially, the town, and all the volunteers for their countless hours of hard work!

We are still looking for the winning 50/50 ticket for the Jan 10 game, #0359397. Also thanks to those who bought the Rage Super 50/50 tickets to help fund their last 10 game road swing. There are still some tickets available from any of the players or executive.
Thanks again!
 

 
 
West Central Events Centre Fire 
Fire 
Lobby
 
I'm sure you have all heard by now of the devastating fire at the Kindersley arena.  Our hearts go out to the community there, and it is our wish to help out as we can.  To that end, the Kerrobert recreation board has offered ice time to Kindersley Minor Sports, and will determine how to make more ice time available.  This may mean some sacrifice on our part, but we have to remember that it is for the common good.  Many of these changes will come with very little notice, so I ask for your patience as we work all of this out.  Certainly if the shoe were on the other foot, (and it could have so easily been our own arena! This is our wake up call), we would be so grateful to neighboring communities for stepping up.   I think we can put up with a little inconvenience in exchange for still having an arena in our town!

Stay tuned for updates from your managers and coaches.  You can also keep an eye on this website and the online rink schedule (
http://my.calendars.net/kerrobertarena), which we will keep as current as possible.  I thank you in advance for your understanding and patience.  

 

West Central Rage

 
The newest Prairie Junior Hockey League (PJHL) franchise, the West Central Rage, playing out of Kerrobert, have affiliated some local Midget kids. Ty Neufeld, Stephen Schraefel, Travis Turnbull, Dylan Kruesel, Justin Fischer, and goalie Dustin Waldner, have played in games.  Look for other Midgets to help the Juniors in future games. It is nice to have a local team for our kids to play on after they have finished playing Midget hockey. Other Kerrobert kids playing full time are Quenton Murphy, Jace Kissick, Kennedy Bahm, Geoff Stevenson, Dylan Phillips and Brett Kipling as well as some kids from our neighboring communities. Come and watch some fast exciting hockey. You can see all the action by visiting the Rage Website at: http://www.wcrage.ca/ 

 
The five basic principles of Fair Play:
1. RESPECT THE RULES.
2. RESPECT THE OPPONENTS.
3. RESPECT THE OFFICIALS AND THEIR DECISIONS.
4. HAVE EVERYONE PARTICIPATE.
5. MAINTAIN YOUR SELF CONTROL AT ALL TIMES.


Fair Play DOES NOT CHANGE ANY RULES OF THE GAME.
Fair Play ENCOURAGES ALL PLAYERS TO BE AS COMPETITIVE AS POSSIBLE BUT WITHIN THE RULES.

Fair Play is introduced to promote SAFETY and RESPECT, and a positive environment in minor hockey for participants involved. The four main participant groups are; the players, the coaches, the officials, and the parents (spectators). How these four groups interact at any game determines how positive, or how negative the event becomes.

There are an increasing number of concerns becoming more evident in minor hockey today. These concerns go against the principles of Fair Play, what minor hockey represents, and the objectives of recreational minor hockey organizations.

Some concerns in minor hockey are; the lack of respect for opponents, verbal abuse of officials, inappropriate spectator behavior in the stands, violence on the ice, the win-at-all-costs attitude, the increased pressure on young players to win, and the lack of FUN for many.


 

Remember to cheer for the whole team,
we all wear the same jersey!
Congatulating the other team doesn't make you 
a bad parent!
  It is JUST a game!
 
 
Brad Murphy - Head Coach, Western Prairie Thunder Midgets
 
ps. Gotta love the opening joke!
   
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eFsF0Z9EKDg

How to Host a Great Game
 
A refresher on how to host a good game. It should be an enjoyable experience for the visiting town and the spectators.

Schedule your games through Jessica (834-2344) for rink and booth. Contact Barb Stefanuik for officials. Contact Clem to put your game on the website.

Workers on the gate should start before the visiting team arrives (about 1.5 hours prior to ice time!)  Printed programs make the game much better for all.
50/50 collection should commence right away - Gate and 50/50 helps pay for referees and ice time and keeps fees low.
For games Pee Wee and up, it is advisable to have adult workers for the penalty boxes.  For all levels, avoid having children in the clock/penalty box area for insurance and safety reasons.  Remember that off-ice officials (scorekeepers, timekeepers, etc) are to remain neutral - no cheering!

Be sure visiting teams know where their dressing room is and have a key ready for them.
Manager or game timekeeper to set up game sheet and deliver to teams to fill out.
Game time keeper usually announces the game. Find out prior to the game how to pronounce the names of the visiting team.
Make sure clock and PA system are working and ready before the game.
Music is an amazing addition to the game during warm ups and play stoppages. Announcing is done during game play.
For playoff games, especially provincial games, announce the players, have them line up on the blue lines to 'Oh Canada". Either have someone sing it or have it on a CD.

Provincial games: Your provincial coordinator will tell you who schedules refs/lines and whether goal judges might be required.

Thanks and good luck to you all for a Great Game! 


 If you would like to visit the 2006,07,08 site please click on Archive link at left

 

 

Well, another hockey season is here
And I am writing to you for just one reason
Please don't scream, curse or yell
Remember I am not in the NHL

I am only 8 years old
I can't be bought, traded or sold
I'm not looking for hockey fame
I just want to have fun and play the game

Please don't make me feel as if I committed a sin
Because sometimes my team didn't win
I don't want to be that great you see
I'd rather play and just be me

And so, in closing, here is one tip
Remember, the name of the game is . . . sportsmanship

Author Unknown

 

The purpose of Minor Hockey is not about winning at all cost:  Minor Hockey associations are adopting a philosophy of Fair Play and Safety for all.

 

The five basic principles of Fair Play:

  1. RESPECT THE RULES.
  2. RESPECT THE OPPONENTS.
  3. RESPECT THE OFFICIALS AND THEIR DECISIONS.
  4. HAVE EVERYONE PARTICIPATE.
  5. MAINTAIN YOUR SELF CONTROL AT ALL TIMES.


Fair Play DOES NOT CHANGE ANY RULES OF THE GAME.
Fair Play ENCOURAGES ALL PLAYERS TO BE AS COMPETITIVE AS POSSIBLE BUT WITHIN THE RULES.

Fair Play is introduced to promote SAFETY and RESPECT, and a positive environment in minor hockey for participants involved. The four main participant groups are; the players, the coaches, the officials, and the parents (spectators). How these four groups interact at any game determines how positive, or how negative the event becomes.

There are an increasing number of concerns becoming more evident in minor hockey today. These concerns go against the principles of Fair Play, what minor hockey represents, and the objectives of recreational minor hockey organizations.

Some concerns in minor hockey are; the lack of respect for opponents, verbal abuse of officials, inappropriate spectator behavior in the stands, violence on the ice, the win-at-all-costs attitude, the increased pressure on young players to win, and the lack of FUN for many.

To learn more about the introduction of Fair Play in an association, visit the following links: 

http://www.rmha.on.ca/FairPlay/fpmanual.html

http://www.gmcanada.com/static/english/chev_safeandfun

 

 

 

 

Well, another hockey season is here
And I am writing to you for just one reason
Please don't scream, curse or yell
Remember I am not in the NHL

I am only 8 years old
I can't be bought, traded or sold
I'm not looking for hockey fame
I just want to have fun and play the game

Please don't make me feel as if I committed a sin
Because sometimes my team didn't win
I don't want to be that great you see
I'd rather play and just be me

And so, in closing, here is one tip
Remember, the name of the game is . . . sportsmanship

Author Unknown

 

The purpose of Minor Hockey is not about winning at all cost:  Minor Hockey associations are adopting a philosophy of Fair Play and Safety for all.

 

The five basic principles of Fair Play:

  1. RESPECT THE RULES.
  2. RESPECT THE OPPONENTS.
  3. RESPECT THE OFFICIALS AND THEIR DECISIONS.
  4. HAVE EVERYONE PARTICIPATE.
  5. MAINTAIN YOUR SELF CONTROL AT ALL TIMES.


Fair Play DOES NOT CHANGE ANY RULES OF THE GAME.
Fair Play ENCOURAGES ALL PLAYERS TO BE AS COMPETITIVE AS POSSIBLE BUT WITHIN THE RULES.

Fair Play is introduced to promote SAFETY and RESPECT, and a positive environment in minor hockey for participants involved. The four main participant groups are; the players, the coaches, the officials, and the parents (spectators). How these four groups interact at any game determines how positive, or how negative the event becomes.

There are an increasing number of concerns becoming more evident in minor hockey today. These concerns go against the principles of Fair Play, what minor hockey represents, and the objectives of recreational minor hockey organizations.

Some concerns in minor hockey are; the lack of respect for opponents, verbal abuse of officials, inappropriate spectator behavior in the stands, violence on the ice, the win-at-all-costs attitude, the increased pressure on young players to win, and the lack of FUN for many.

To learn more about the introduction of Fair Play in an association, visit the following links: 

http://www.rmha.on.ca/FairPlay/fpmanual.html

http://www.gmcanada.com/static/english/chev_safeandfun

 

 

 
Game Scores
Game Scores:
Nov 27 
Unity Midgets 4 Thunder 7
 

Next Games

Fri Dec 4
6:30 Pee Wee vs N. Battleford
 
Sat Dec 5 
11:15a - Atom vs Unity
7:00p - Rage vs P.A.

Sun Dec 6
 2:00p - Novice vs Dodsland #1
4:30p - Rage vs Westleys

http://my.calendars.net/
kerrobertarena

 
 
Latest News
 
Atom News
Minor hockey day saw the atom team come out with a convincing 13-2 win over the visiting Luseland Mallards. The atoms have a record of 1&1 in league pla
 
 
Kerrobert Bantam Tiger News
KDL tigers played kindersly1 nov12 in luseland.After a hard fought game the tigers managed to post there first win of the year.
Wyatt Kruesel opened the scoring @ 12:25 of the second frame with Jake Semelit getting the assist.kindersley responded @16:52 of the second frame to tie the game.Levi Schreiber scored the game winner @10:14 of the third with Thomas Duhaime assisting.Matthew Stefaniuk turned away 28 shots in the win
 
 
 
Game reports come from the teams. If there is no report it is because we have not received one from your team.
 

If you have a game time, score or report to post please send an email to schraefel@
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