The Alberta Elite Hockey League’s U15 AAA regular season has come to a close, with fourteen teams advancing to the playoffs, including the St. Albert Sabres, who finished atop the league with 61 points.
Before the U15 AAA playoffs officially begin, the eighth and ninth-place teams in each division will compete in a play-in round to advance to the playoffs.
The final standings at the conclusion of the U15 AAA regular season are:
1) xy – St. Albert Gregg Distributors Sabres (61 pts)
2) x – Fort Sask Enhance It Rangers (56 pts)
3) x – PAC Saints (44 pts)
4) x – Lloydminster Meridian Surveys Bobcats (39 pts)
5) x – Sherwood Park United Cycle Flyers (38 pts)
6) x – GPAC Golden Arrow Storm (37 pts)
7) x – SSAC Southgate Lions (32 pts)
8) Leduc LJAC Oil Kings (17 pts)
9) KC Squires (16 pts)
10) MLAC Scott Pump (13 pts)
11) CAC Volvo of Edmonton (6 pts)
1) xy – Airdrie Xtreme (60 pts)
2) x – Red Deer Rebels (48 pts)
3) x – Okotoks Oilers (47 pts)
4) x – Calgary Bisons (46 pts)
5) x – NWCAA Flames (39 pts)
6) x – SEAC Tigers (32 pts)
7) Calgary Royals (29 pts)
8) Lethbridge Val Matteoti Golden Hawks (10 pts)*
9) Calgary Northstars (10 pts)*
*Lethbridge finishes ahead of Calgary in the standings by virtue of a tie-breaker
Fort Sask forward Kale Dach continues to lead the league in both points (64) and assists (39) in just 25 games played. Meanwhile, Lloydminster forward Aiden Foster is pacing the league with 27 goals.
Airdrie’s Corbin Sanderman leads all goaltenders with 13 wins, while St. Albert netminder Finn Werner, who is yet to lose this season with a 11-0-1 record, holds the best GAA (1.57) and SV% (940). Fort Sask netminder Owen Callicott currently leads the league with 3 shutouts in 10 games.
Both North and South Division Play-In Series kick off on Wednesday, March 2. The winner of each best-of-three series will move on to face the first place team in their respective division – the St. Albert Sabres in the North, and Airdrie Xtreme in the South.
The Play-In Series matchups and schedules are as follows: