It was a bloody fashion crime that even Don Cherry is pleading guilty to.
The Lacombe Generals knew keeping a hold on the Allan Cup wouldn’t be easy, but the defending national champions didn’t do themselves too many favours en route to the tournament final.
Winning comes with a price.
Natalie Spooner had just gotten off the ice on Tuesday night when she heard the news.
The Stony Plain Eagles managed to win a few battles, but it was the Lacombe Generals who won the war for Chinook Hockey League supremacy.
The trend of winning on the road during the Chinook Hockey League final continued this past weekend, with the Stony Plain Eagles taking Game 3 7-4, and the Lacombe Generals tying the series in Game 4 8–3.
Little love was lost between the Lacombe Generals and Stony Plain Eagles as they opened the Chinook Hockey League final series on Saturday.
Although the Stony Plain Eagles came out of the weekend with a 1-0 Chinook Hockey League final series lead, they’d finish the game without their captain and former Edmonton Oiler Ryan Smyth.
The sting from a year earlier was still very much with Les Canadiennes de Montreal on Sunday.