Sunday Results -updated 8pm MDT
Kyle Olson has a good chance to lead the AMBHL in scoring this season.
Calgary Bisons 5 – Calgary Royals 3
The top ranked Calgary Bisons move to 4-0-0 led by league scoring leader Kyle Olson and his 2-1-3. Kyle now leads the AMBHL in scoring with 7-3-10. The 5’6 Olson could be selected in the top 2 rounds of the bantam draft this year. Cash Scott scored his 5th goal of the season for the Bison’s. Nick Ewanchuk stopped 28/31 shots for the win. The Royals were led by team scoring leader Dalton Ossman and his 2-1-3, giving him 4 points in his first 2 games. Calum Humble stopped 37/42 shots in defeat for the Royals.
Edmonton MLAC 3 – St. Albert 2
Edmonton SSAC 7 – Edmonton KC 0
Spruce Grove PAC Saints 8 – Fort Saskatchewan 0
The Spruce Grove PAC Saints pick up their 2nd straight shutout to start the season and Parker Tobin picks up his 2nd shutout as the Saints are proving to be a force to be considered in the AMBHL this year. Leading the way was top 2 round ranked Cam Lockard with 2-1-3, giving him 4 pts in 2 games and Michael Cusack with 1-2-3, giving him a team leading 5 points. Parker Tobin stopped all 34 shots he faced for the shutout. Tobin has stopped 51 straight shots so far this year.
Lloydminster Heat 11 – Grand Prairie 1
The Lloydminster Heat defeat the Grand Prairie Storm for the 2nd consecutive day, this time 11-1. Leading the way for the Heat was Bryce Kindopp with 2-4-6, the highest total in a single game so far this bantam season. Kindopp now has 9 points, one ahead of highly ranked Zane Franklin. 2000 born defenceman Ty Smith continues to impress with 3 more points, giving him 6 for the season.
Rocky Mountain Raiders 3 – Southeast Tigers 1
The Rocky Mountain Raiders have now surpassed their win total from all of last season after a 3-1 victory today. Riley Romashenko scored his 4th goal of the season and Dylan Prpich scored his 3rd and has 5 points now. D – Morgan Grona scored the lone Southeast Tigers goal today. Rocky Mountain outshot Southeast 45-20.
Calgary Flames 5 – Red Deer White 2
The Calgary Flames move to 2-1-0 and drop the Red Deer White to 2-2-0 this afternoon.
Red Deer Black 5 – Airdrie Xtreme 4
The Airdrie Xtreme drop to 0-3-0 and have allowed 19 goals in those games after a 5-4 loss in Red Deer this afternoon. Red Deer Black are now 2-1-1 in a division that seems wide open this year. Tyrees Goodrunning, Brad Helloffs, Brenden Davidson and Brenden Davidson all picked up 1-1-2 for Red Deer Black. Mitchell Visser scored twice for Airdrie and Brett Trentham picked up 1-2-3.