RED DEER – The Alberta Elite Hockey League (AEHL) has released its full regular season schedule for the 2021-22 season. The schedules for each of the U18AAA Division, U16AAA Division and U15AAA Division can be viewed on their respective websites. A pre-season schedule of games has also been posted for the U18AAA division.
“After an inaugural season that really never got underway last year, the league is pleased to be able to unveil the full regular season schedule for all three divisions of the AEHL,” said Aaron Rawlake, Vice Chair, Male Elite Hockey Committee for Hockey Alberta. “We are looking forward to seeing our players on the ice, fans in the stands, and some great hockey action.”
A total of just over 1,000 regular season games have been scheduled across the 57 teams in the three divisions. The regular season starts on October 1 for the U18AAA and U15AAA divisions, and October 8 for the U16AAA division.
Included for each division is a Showcase weekend. The U16 and U18 divisions will hold their Showcase December 2-5 at Terwillegar Community Recreation Centre in Edmonton. The U15 Showcase weekend is set for the Leduc Recreation Centre, February 3-6.
Fans can follow all the action in the AEHL by downloading Hockey Alberta’s official mobile app (created by HockeyTech) from Apple or Google Play. The app features real-time scoring data direct from each arena. Follow every game in real time with complete box scores, game summary and up to the minute player stats. The Hockey Alberta app also features past Scores, future Schedules, Standings and both player and goalie stats.
AEHL games will also be livestreamed exclusively on HockeyTV. HockeyTV enables fans to watch all games from the 2021-22 season live and on-demand from anywhere in the world. All livestreams will include live scoring and in-game overlays, giving viewers a high-quality experience and bridging the gap between the arena and watching from home.
Check the AEHL or divisional websites for league information, and HockeyTV subscription promotion opportunities.