Twenty-eight years after Novice hockey player Dennis Blair Borduzak passed away, his memory is kept alive through a memorial tournament now in its 20th year. The annual 4 the Love of the Game Tournament will take place in Morinville and Legal Jan. 12 to 15 and will bring together more than 300 players and 35 teams for a full weekend of hockey action.
The Morinville Jets earned another two points in a home-ice overtime win against the Spruce Grove Regals Tuesday night. The win brings the Jets to 19-5-4 and keeps the club in the West Division's top spot.
The Jets earned another two points Sunday night in a penalty-loaded contest with the Fort Saskatchewan Hawks. Sunday's 5-4 OT victory for the Jets gives them an 18-5-4 record this season and the top spot in the West Division, two points and a game ahead of the North Edmonton Red Wings.
After an impressive eight-game winning streak, the Morinville Jets were frozen on home ice Sunday night. The Jets fell 4-1 to the visiting Wetaskiwin Icemen, bringing their record to 17-5-4 this season. The club holds tight it's first place West Division standing.
The Morinville Junior B Jets and Morinville Senior AA Kings both enjoyed wins over the weekend. The Jets took down the Sherwood Park Knights 6-2 Friday night, and the Kings upset Bonnyville 9-5 Saturday night. Both clubs’ games were road games.
It's was a first place showdown for the Morinville Jets Wednesday night on the road. But a 5-4 overtime win against the North Edmonton Red Wings puts the Junior B club at the top of the CJHL West Division's pecking order.