3 Midget AAA players represent Team Alberta
at 2015 Canada Winter Games

Three Midget AAA players represented SSAC on the national stage – Ryan Anderson, James Hamblin and Josh Paterson. These players were selected to their Alberta Cup team last year, selected to the top 80 camp last summer, short listed to 35 players and then eventually selected to play for Team Alberta. This past February, the team represented Alberta at the Canada Winter Games – a national event held once every 4 years. One of the 3 players was selected team captain. The team went on to win the silver medal losing to Team Ontario in the nationally televised final. All three boys were an important part of the team

SSAC along with Lloydminister were the only elite clubs to have 3 players selected to the team. The Calgary Buffalo club had 2 players from 2 different teams – Major Midget AAA and Minor Midget AAA. Most clubs either had one player chosen or none. While Calgary had 5 players, all were from different teams and most different clubs. These three players were the only representatives from Edmonton. The players proudly represented SSAC and traded SSAC pins at the games whereby the male hockey portion was held February 22 – March 1, 2015 in Prince George, BC.

Team Alberta Roster
– Canada Winter Games
– Hockey Alberta

Midget Christmas Classic Invitational

December 27-31, 2014 Midget Schedule

NHL Drafts 3 SSAC Players

Congratulations to these SSAC players selected in the June 2014 NHL draft:

John Quenneville, Brandon Wheat Kings
– New Jersey Devils, Round 1, #30
– 2011-12 SSAC Midget AAA
– 2010-11 SSAC Bantam AAA
– 2009-10 SPKAC Bantam AAA

Aaron Irving, Edmonton Oil Kings
– Nashville Predators, Round 6, #162
– 2011-12 SSAC Midget AAA
– 2010-11 SSAC Bantam AAA
– 2009-10 SSAC Bantam AA

Ryan Rehill, Kamloops Blazers
– New Jersey Devils, Round 5, #131
– 2011-12 SSAC Midget AA
– 2011-12 MLAC Midget AAA
– 2010-11 MLAC Midget AAA
– 2009-10 MLAC Bantam AAA

Graham Barker

SSAC Director, Vice-president, 1963-66

Graham Barker, SSAC director, vice-president, 1963-66.

All of us at SSAC offer our heartfelt condolences to Marg Brownoff and family.

Legacy Obituary

Darin Wood

CTV Story – Bantam AAA Assistant Coach

AMMHL 2014 Provincial Championship

Minor Midget AAA Provincial Championship

March 19-23, 2014
SSAC United Cycle Bulldogs

Provincial Bronze Medalists
Scores, Standings and Gamesheets:

AMMHL Website

Kyle Fundytus Arena Dedication

Sunday, December 22, 2013 @ Kyle Fundytus Arena (Mill Woods A)

A large crowd attended the Kyle Fundytus Arena dedication ceremony on Sunday, December 22 at 3:00 pm. This was an official ceremony to announce the naming of Mill Woods A Arena to Kyle Fundtyus at the arena.

The Fundytus family was at the ceremony along with Kyle’s 2011 Midget AA teammates and former coaches. The ceremony preceded the final season Midget AA game between both SSAC teams – Lakewood Chev vs Don Wheaton.

Representatives from the City of Edmonton, Hockey Alberta, Hockey Edmonton, SSAC, MLAC, SEERA and Mill Woods were in attendance.

Whitby Silver Stick Tournament

Minor Midget AAA United Cycle Bulldogs

The Bulldogs won 2-0 over the top-ranked Hamilton Jr. Bulldogs at the prestigious Whitby Silver Stick Tournament on Nov 29. Congratulations on this historic achievement being the first win for a Alberta team in 6 Whitby Minor Midget AAA tournaments dating back to 2008.

The Bulldogs also tied Elgin Middlesex 1-1 in their first game. The team came close to qualifying for the championship round taking Detroit Compuware into the 3rd period tied 0-0 of the last round robin game before bowing 2-0.

In Ontario, the best 15 year-olds play at the Minor Midget AAA level, being the Ontario Hockey League draft year.