Thrashing the Hounds
After a slow first period start the Calgary Titans came back to defeat the Medicine Hat Hounds with a score of 5-1. Kristi Schaefer scored the Titans first goal at the beginning of the second period giving the game a 1-1 score. Jenna Firkus scored the game-winning goal, with goals followed by Dali Holloway, Alyssa Wright, and Maddie Wilton-Clark. It was a great season opener for the Titans to come away with the win.
-written by Kailynn Snelgrove
We are currently looking for Home Game Volunteers
Time Clock, Score Sheet,:Penalty Box:, Music and Jerseys.
Team Sponsors and Fundraising Ideas.
If you can assist please e-mail Susan and Bob at firstname.lastname@example.org
We will be taking our team photos this Saturday, September 27 at Winsport C. Individual player photos will be taken at 1:00 followed by the team shot. We will be wearing our red jerseys, and black socks.
You will notice on the website there is a new tab called “Player Availability Notification”. When you click on it you will find a form that requires that a player’s name and comments be submitted. The comments are for the player to advise what games and/or practices the player will not be available for and the reasons why the player is not able to attend them. If a player knows there will be a game or practice that the player cannot attend then the player must complete this form and submit it, even if the player has already mentioned it to Craig, Bob or Susan or any of the coaches. The information will immediately be sent to management via email and arrangements to have an affiliate player called up and play. If a player is going to be late for or will miss a game or practice due to reasons that have arisen suddenly, i.e. poor road conditions, sudden illness, etc., then the best course of action is to send a text message to or call and leave a voice message with any of the coaches. Please use this form to keep us posted on your lack of availability. It is not necessary to advise us that you are available, as that is assumed, unless you are specifically requested to do so.
This past weekend was filled with great hockey for the Calgary Titans. The team participated in the AFJHL Showcase Tournament, ending the weekend off with a win against the Banff Academy to finish in 3rd place. The team came out of the gate running keeping the score at 0-0 until the end of the second scoring the first goal of the game with less than a minute left in the period. Banff came back to score one early in the third before the Titans scored two to make the score 3-1. Banff scored the last goal making the final score 3-2. Congratulations go out to the Titans for a great weekend filled with great hockey.
-written by- Kailynn Snelgrove
We have some time between games during the Tournament on Friday so we have booked the Olive Garden, at 36th Street and Memorial Drive, 333 36 St NE. This is an optional Dutch treat. Lunch menu items range from $ 6.00 – $15.00. To see a full menu go to http://www.olivegarden.com/menu-listing/pronto-lunch. Please RSVP if you will be joining us.
The Titans expect all players and coaching staff and other team officials to dress appropriately for all games. For the coaches that is a dress jacket, tie and dress slacks. For the players, that is dress attire suitable for a young lady who takes game day seriously. That means no denim materials such as jeans, cargo pants or tee shirts. You know what I’m driving at and if you don’t, come and talk to me!! Game day should always be considered a special day, one that requires serious game contemplation and preparation, including diet, rest and dress attire which all adds up to respect for your teammates and the team and ultimately ensuring you play the best you can.