2014 Player Registration and Coaching Application
forms are available for download. Click the link on the left to open a PDF file.
Print, complete and mail it to the address on the form along with payment before registration night.
You can also bring it to:
Registration night on Wed. Sep 10 at the Legion 7pm
Anyone not registered that night will have a late fee of $100.
Coaching applications are required to be in by October 1,
having completed all levels necessary by Dec 1.
The West Central Rage Hockey Club and Kerrobert Minor Hockey are proud to provide young hockey players with the opportunity to attend the first annual Kerrobert Hockey School to continue their skill development in a positive, fun filled environment.
All young players within the Initiation, Novice, Atom and Pee Wee age groups can register for the Kerrobert Hockey School and enjoy training with our Junior players and coaches. All positions are invited, focusing on 6 "on ice" sessions, the early ice that is required for junior hockey provides these young players with a unique opportunity to be ready for the beginning of hockey season well ahead of the pack, and equipped with new skills. A hockey game will be played at the end of the program and the players will keep their jersey.
Registration is $125.00
Hockey School Sept 15-27, 2014
West Central Rage & Kerrobert Minor Hockey
Initiation, Novice, Atom and Pee Wee
Please register by August 15 by contacting:
Greg Kraft - 306-753-7239
6 on ice sessions with a game at the end including a jersey
Welcome to the 2013 - 2014 Season
KDL Midgets end the Perfect Season!
Photo compliments of Michelle
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KDL Midgets Lay Waste in Provincial Championship
series with Foam Lake!
Foam Lake 2 @ KDL Midgets 9
This is it! It will be all over but the crying!
Final game of SHA Midget AA Girls Championship Playoffs in Dodsland Arena
Final game of SHA Midget AA Championship Playoffs in Unity Arena
4:00 Notre Dame Hounds 5 @ Unity AA Midget Lazers 2
Saturday Afternoon March 29
Some very exciting Provincial Midget hockey this week end wrapped up a wild season of hockey in our community!
It started on Friday night in Kerrobert where a packed arena witnessed the undefeated KDL Midgets Hosting the Semi Finalists Foam Lake! KDL was only up by one goal coming home from the first game. The Flyers would open the scoring before Mathew Duhaime would erupt the already screaming crowd. From there they never looked back. Duhaime would pot 2 on the night and Tylo Anderson would light up the board 3 times with his magic. Lyndon Kloster, Reid Kissick, Ryder Kissick and Mitch Bradley would round out the scoring to ignite the crowd 9 times and ensure the celebration. KDL ends a perfect season with a Midget C Provincial Title, a League Title and an undefeated season!
Saturday saw a fast skating extremely rough affair in Unity for the Midget AA Provincial finals. The Unity AA Lazers came out hard with bone crushing hits to take on the Hounds of Notre Dame. After coming home tying the Hounds in game one we saw end to end skating and passing and razer sharp goal tending in game two. Either team could have opened the scoring but Notre Dame captured first blood. Notre Dame started to creep ahead in the third and opened up a crack that was too much for Unity to repair. A tough, physical, entertaining game with Unity ending a hugely successful season down 5-2 on the score board.
After that wild game the Unity A team took on Yorkton in the Final SHA Midget A Provincials. Unity being down a goal from the first game, opened the scoring and then went up 2-0 to take a one goal lead and held that lead until 5 minutes left in the third. Yorkton then slipped one behind Unity's minder to deadlock the series and forcing sudden death overtime. The first overtime period ended with no scoring. Only in the second overtime period, after huge chances at both ends of the ice, was the local crowd suddenly stunned with a heartbreaking defeat at the hands of the Yorkton Manos. A day of amazing hockey!
Sunday afternoon wrapped it up in the newly renovated Dodsland Arena!
In the final game of SHA Midget AA Girls Championship Playoffs Keili Murphy racked up 2 goals in this final game against Regina to hammer them by a score of 5-1 which would earn her a 5th Provincial Title.
It's amazing that these four SHA Provincial Midget Final games were played right here!
Midget AA, Midget A, Midget C and Midget AA Girls final games!
Keili Murphy and WC AA Midget Girls Prov Champs!
Friday Night March 28 8:00 Foam Lake 2 @ KDL Midget Tigers 9
Final game of SHA Midget C Championship Playoffs in Kerrobert Arena
Saturday Afternoon March 29
6:00 Yorkton Manos 2 @ Unity A Lazers 2
Final game of SHA Midget A Championship Playoffs in Unity Arena
3:30 Regina @ AA Girls Midget Wheat Kings
Sunday Afternoon March 30
Keili Murphy and her team mates take on Regina in this final game!
After this weekend it's just tip toeing through the tulips!
Come out and cheer the kids on to the title!
See you at the Rink!
How are you affecting your kids?
Why do some coaches and fans think it is OK to verbally abuse referees and how can we stop it?
2013 Policy Manual, Registration,
Coaching App & Respect in Sport
There is no level of hockey below the house level. If kids aren't allowed to play at this level they have to drop out. The objective for all of Minor Hockey is skill development for all participants, not winning at any cost or to groom kids for elite hockey! All Minor Hockey Associations must constantly ask themselves "are all participants being treated fairly?"
The Kerrobert Memorial Arena was featured on TSN for
Remembrance Day because of it's WW2 history
TSN Kerrobert Arena Tribute:
A perspective from a hockey dad, a referee and his 3 sons...
For the Sake of the Game!
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
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.