Beaumont Chiefs

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NEW  . . .    Conditioning Skate and Tryouts August-September 2017

Cost:  $10.00 per conditioning skate, payable at the door.

Tryouts will be free, providing all players from other Junior teams have proper permission to tryout forms completed. Those coming from Midget do not need permission to tryout, provided they are not carded by another Junior team. 

Location:   5303 50 St, Beaumont, Ken Nichol Arena, Rink 1  

Contact Denis @ Beaumont Chiefs with your tryout questions

Conditioning skate, Monday, Aug 21 - 8:15-9:45 pm

Conditioning skate, Wednesday,  Aug 23 - 8:15 to 9:45 pm 

Conditioning skate, Friday, Aug 25 - 8:15 to 9:45 pm

Tryouts, Monday, Aug 28 -   8:15 to 9:45 pm

Tryouts, Wednesday, Aug. 30 -  8:15 to 9:45 pm

Exhibition Game, Friday, Sept. 8 - 8:15 - 11:00 pm  (warm up @ 8 pm) vs Blackfalds Wrangles

Exhibition Game, Saturday, Sept 9 - 8:00-10:30 pm (warm up @ 7:30) vs Vipers.  In Red Deer @ Collicut Center

Exhibition Game  Sunday, Sept. 10 - 3:00 - 5:30 pm (warm up @ 2:30) vs iBlackfalds Wrangles in Blackfalds

Tryouts,  Monday,  Sept. 11 - 8:15 -9:45 pm 

Practice, Wednesday, Sept. 13 - 9:30-11:00 pm

Exhibition Game, Friday, Sept 15 - 8:15-11 pm (warm up @ 8) vs Red Deer Vipers in Beaumont

Congratulations to the 2016-17 Beaumont Chiefs 
for a great season!

Recapping the past season, it is fair to say that many clubs within the CJHL and Alberta would have loved to have been as successful as the Beaumont Chiefs.

The season started with a new coaching staff.  Warren Tomalty and Jeff Gore were brought on and implemented a positive system which proved to be very successful. 

From the start of the year, the Chiefs proved to be a formidable opponent, compiling 61 points with 30 wins, seven losses and one overtime loss, to be the top team in the CJHL for only the third time in the league's history.

Moving into the playoffs, a long layoff took it's toll on the team, as it came back with some rust but were able to turn it around beating the Fort Saskatchewan Hawks in four games.  The next round went extremely well with a sweep of the Stony Plain Flyers, leaving the Wetaskiwin Icemen in our way for the finals.   (continued at this link)

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