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Thursday, November 29, 2012

John Reid Memorial Tournament Teams Announced

Reid Conference / Progressive Home Warranty Division
Calgary Bisons
Pursuit of Excellence
Winnipeg Monarchs
St. Albert Sabres

Reid Conference / Skybox Grill Division
North Shore Winter Club Hawks
Lloydminster Heat
Calgary Royals
Maple Leaf Athletic Club Scott Pump

Iginla Conference / SVS Group LLP Division
Burnaby Winter Club Bruins
Sherwood Park Flyers
Calgary Northstar Sabres
Winnipeg Hawks

Iginla Conference / City Ford Division
Southside Athletic Club Lions
Okanagan Hockey Academy
Notre Dame Hounds
Red Deer Rebels (Black)


Anonymous said...

Sure things will change by the time the tournament starts.

But from the looks Skybox Grill & SVS Group Division look kinda open.
"I said kinda-relax", Who know who will be injured,etc.

Progressive Home & City Ford Division
look at little more( but not much ) definitive. Much better divisions then MH. Of course the Hawks get BWC again.

Anonymous said...

Red Deer black?

Anonymous said...

Red Deer Black had a good showing in Calgary. They beat Edge and MLAC. They also took the Winnipeg Monarchs to overtime in that tournament. Their only regulation loss in Calgary was to OHA.

Anonymous said...

OHA will not be ready for this tourney they have burnaby tournement and then this that's it not many tournements for a tournement team. They are losing players to injuries and don't have good AA players to call up

Anonymous said...

Here we go again 1043. You must be a Royals parent.

Anonymous said...

Red Deer Black is 7-6-2 and is in third place in their division. (ram south)

Anonymous said...

I am 1043. Thanks for the constructive response to my question, 1058. As for 138, or angry dad, I am simply a fan of the game. I have not seen Red Deer Black play this year, nor was I in Calgary. Seeing as they are barely above .500, I was seeing if anyone could justify the fact that they are in a top tournament. 1058 did just that.

Anonymous said...

How does that make him a royals parent? Red deer black is 3rd in there division? He asked a legitimate question? Don't just assume he's a royals parent, your kid probably didn't even get in

Anonymous said...

BWC, NSWC, and SSAC should easily win their respective divisions. If POE's goaltending holds up they should best Calgary, but I wouldn't count on it.