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Thursday, September 13, 2012

Bantam Musings

The Airdrie Xtreme will look to return to the top of the Ram South Division this season.  The roster has been finalized and Chris Simnett from the Airdrie Echo does a fine job of breaking down the team.  Just two '99 borns made it.  You can read the article here:

The New Winnipeg Bantam AAA league will start up this season, including 11 teams.  Dan Falloon from the Portage Daily Graphic discuses with the Central Plains Captials the advantages of the new league and bit about his team for 2012-2013.

This year the Alberta Cup will be held in Strathmore, Alberta.  Josh Chalmers from the Strathmore Standard has the read here:

The Lloydminster Heat will look to build off of a very successful 2011-2012 season in the AMBHL.  This year they will be guided by Jason Clague, thats right, Kale's father.  The expectations are high in Lloydminster this season.  The Lloydminster Source breaks down the team here:

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

The article reads there are four first years on the Extreme