The Morinville Jets earned their second home-ice win over the visiting St. Albert Merchants this month. After defeating the Merchants 8-1 early in November, the Jets squeaked out a 6-5 overtime win at the Ray McDonald Sports Center Saturday night to bring their record to 11-4-4 and a first-place tie with Beverly, who are one game behind the Jets.
The Morinville Jets returned from a mid-week road trip Wednesday night with a 6-2 victory over the Edmonton Mustangs. Wednesday night's win adds another two points to the club's successful season.
Eighteen games in finds the Jets with a 10-4-4 record and a second place seating in the Capital Junior Hockey League's West Division.
Monique Lavallee is a strong francophone youth advocate and volunteer. Her latest award was the prestigious Pierre Bergeron of Excellence Award for Youth Service presented to her at the Annual Congress of the Alberta’s Francophone community Gala which took place in October in Edmonton.
The Morinville Kings earned their third consecutive win Saturday night with a 3-2 shootout victory over the visiting Devon Barons. Saturday night’s win brings the Kings to 6-2-0 this season and a third-place position half way through the season.
The Morinville Jets lost their first game in six outings Friday night, falling 5-4 to the Edmonton Royals, currently 14-3-0. Friday night’s home-ice loss brings the Jets to 9-4-4 and within a point of the North Edmonton Red Wings, currently sitting atop the CJHL’s West Division rankings.
The Morinville Jets picked up their third consecutive win Sunday night, a 5-2 victory over the 7-5-1 Stony Plain Flyers. The accumulation of wins puts the Jets at the top of the CJHL's West Division with a 7-3-4 record.