Achievement 

U16B Outlaws

We want to congratulate the Outlaws U16B team on winning the silver medal at the Regina Ringette League Championships.  You have come a long way from the start of the year and have won a bronze and a silver in your last two tournaments.  The Outlaws coaches want to commend you on your determination to improve by working hard, by having a very positive attitude, by working together as a true team and your respect for each other and for your coaches.  It truly was a pleasure to be your coaches this season.

​Tasha Briere, Larry Way, Justin Wright and Richard Kuhn

U19B Ice

​Regina Ice’s time together has come to an end after an incredible 2nd year where we journeyed overseas for exhibition games and sightseeing.  Ice split their games against the Swedes with 1 win and 1 loss and a similar split of 1 win, 1 tie and 2 losses against the Finns.  Team Ice also experienced a practice with one of the Finish teams and learned a few new tricks.  It’s impossible to sum up the trip and the games in a short blurb, but suffice is to say…all the tournaments, league games, practice, dryland, summer training, fundraising and many other special events over the 2 years were evident in each game played, where every player ‘left everything on the ice’.  Check out our team blog about our journey for more detials – https://reginaicefinlandtour2018.wordpress.com

​Back in Regina, we remained leaders in the league standings and capped off our 2 year stint as City Champions in the U19B 2017-18 season with an exciting comeback win over Rouge.

​Team Ice accomplished all of their goals and more throughout our 2 years and leave with many memories and friends for life.  Each member of the team grew as individuals both on and off the ice, gaining more than just Ringette skills.  The team and journey would not have been possible without a huge commitment of all 15 players, their parents, family members, team staff and support of Regina Ringette.  Well done Team Ice!

U19B Ice

​Congratulations to the U19B Regina Ice on taking home the Gold Medal in the Regina Ringette League Championships!

U19B Rogue

​The Regina Rogue captured the Silver Medal at  Regina Ringette City Championships in the U19B division on the weekend.  The Rogue appeared to be in control of the game after 18 minutes and lead by a commanding margin of 4 to 1. The Rogue goals scorers included Rachel Shiels with two and singles by Jessica Kosar and Ashley Zado. The unique features of the Ice –  a fresh goalie to start the second period, two years of playing together and an additional commitment to on and off ice training – were very evident and provided an exciting comeback for the team.  Scoring six unanswered goals, the Ice were full value for a 7 to 4 victory to capture the Gold Medal.  The Rogue completed the season with three Silver Medals Including the Regina Benning and Lethbridge tournaments and Bronze in our provincial championships.  Coaches Scott Donald, Cindy Buhler and Mike Embury  were very proud of the efforts of each and every Rogue player throughout the season. We also wish to thank the parental group for making the season a very enjoyable one!

U12A Fusion & Rush

The U12A Fusion and U12A Rush joined forces to end the season.  For their 3 playoff games both teams were mixed and ended the last game with a tie.  We are extremely proud of all the players’ effors and team/parent camaraderie throughout these games.  This year both teams placed at the top of the U14 division and have shown outstanding sportsmanshp throughout the season.  Congratulations on your success and all the best next year!

​U12A Fusion Coaches – Sheri, Melanie, Amanda & Alexa
​U14A Rush Coaches – Christen, Paul B, Paul K & Jim 

U16B Outlaws

​Congratulations to the Regina U16B Outlaws on winning the Provincial Bronze medal.  With only 5 minutes and 55 seconds left in the second period they scored five goals in 4 minutes and 21 seconds against the Saskatoon Snipers and won the game 9-8.  We want to thank our players for the positive and respectful attidue they have shown toward their coaches and their teammates.  They are a fun loving group of players and it has been a pleasure to be their coaches this year.  We also want to thank our team parents for their support of our progams this year.

Tasha Briere, Larry Way, Justin Wright, Richard Kuhn

U19B Rogue

Congratulations to the U19B Regina Rogue for their bronze medal performance at the provincial tournament held in Saskatoon on March 2-4, 2018.  The Rogue were in first place in the round robin portion of the tournament and did not lose a game in regulation.  Facing the fourth seed and eventual winner in the semifinal game, the Rogue steak ended with a loss to the Saskatoon Shock.  Facing the Saskatoon Royals in the Bronze Medal game and seeking redemption from a Gold Medal loss in the Jim Benning tournament, the Rouge defeated the Royals by a score of 5 to 3.  The Rogue were led by Rachel Shiels with two goals, Camryn Donald with 1 goal and 2 assists and goals by Meghan Embury and Ashley Zado and bolstered by strong goaltending by Ashley Sandercock.  The coaching staff of Cindy Buhler, Mike Embury and Scott Donald were especially proud of the Rogue players after battling to their fullest for six games and also want to thank all the parents attending and making it a fun weekend.  Special thanks to the Shiels family for hosting the parent activities (again). .

U16AA Stingers

The U16AA Regina Stingers recently flew East to the GCRA (Ottawa) Ringette Tournament.  The tournament featured 12 of the best teams from Alberta, Ontario, Quebec and New Brunswick.  After a tough round robin schedule, the Stingers found themselves in 1st place overall with a 4-0 record.  This earned them a trip to the semi-finals against the host GCRA team.  They continued their winning ways in this game and earned their way to the gold medal game with a 6-3 victory.  In the gold medal game they would face the Nepean Ravens, who were Team Ontario last year and the team that knocked the Stingers out of Nationals.  After a slow start to the game, the Stingers found themselves down 4-1.  However, as they had done all tournament long, the Stingers kept pushing and playing their game and eventually won by a score of 8-6 to capture the gold medal.

U14B Cyclones

Congratulations to the U14B Cylcones for winning the Silver Medal at the Transcona U14A tournament.  Our team had a fun time in Winnipeg enjoying good weather, nice arenas, a great hotel and very enjoyable hospitality rooms.  This year’s Cyclones are a pleasure to coach because of their positive attitudes, their willingness to work hard and how well they all get along with each other.  We want to thank our players for working hard in their games, practices and for their dedication to being team players on and off the ice.  We want to thank our team parents for their awesome support of our team and of our programs.  Larry Way, Lydell Lang, Hannah Benesh & Brooke Schaefer.

U16AA Stingers

For a second year in a row, the U16AA Regina Stingers won the Calgary Golden Ring.  The path to victory this year was not easy with the Stingers having to face Calgary teams four different times on their way to their gold medal.  A theme of the weekend was defense for the Stingers who allowed a stingy 2.66 goals against per game.  Making the win more dramatic, a flu bug swept through the team over the weekend.  Holland Kozan’s performance in net in the semi-final was heroic, playing ill and on an empty stomach.  Also notable was the defensive contribution of the forward lines whose team fore-check was devastating for their opponents.  Next up for the Stingers is the Ottawa tournament on February 2nd where they hope to get a good read on their eastern opponents as they continue their quest for a medal at the Ringette Nationals in April.

U19B Aces

Congratulations to the U19B Regina Aces for winning the Silver Medal in Edmonton’s Silver Ring Tournament!

U19B Rogue

Congratulations to the U19B Regina Rogue for their second silver medal performance of the season at the Regina Jim Benning tournament on January 5-7, 2018.  After taking the lead position among ten teams in the round robin portion and going undefeated, the Rogue ran out of gas and lost the Gold Medal game by a score of 11 to 5.  The victors, the Saskatoon Royals, were well deserved of the win.  In a losing cause, the Rogue scorers included Taylor Verhelst, Jessica Kosar, Meghan Embury, Melissa Donald and Jasmine Johnson.  The coaching staff of Scott Donald, Cindy Buhler and Mike Embury thank all the players for their tremendous efforts throughout the weekend. 

U12A Fusion

The U12A Fusion won the Bronze medal at the Jim Benning tournament defeating the U12A Bow View Blitz 5-2.  The girls played great ringette as a team the entire weekend.  Congratulations on another medal performace!

Congratulations to the U12A Fusion on their first Gold Medal at the Buffalo Plains December Charge Tournament.  The philosophy is TEAM (Together Everyone Achieves More) and these young players worked together as a team the entire weekend.  They believed in themselves to bring home the gold medal.  Coaches and parents are very proud!  And a big thank you to the BPRA for another successful tournament.  The U12A Fusion also brought home a Silver Medal from the Winnipeg Dakota Tournament in October.  Off to a great season start and good luck in your upcoming tournaments!

U19B Rogue

Congratulations to the U19B Regina Rogue for their second silver medal performance of the season at the Regina Jim Benning tournament on January 5-7, 2018.  After taking the lead position among ten teams in the round robin portion and going undefeated, the Rogue ran out of gas and lost the Gold Medal game by a score of 11 to 5.  The victors, the Saskatoon Royals, were well deserved of the win.  In a losing cause, the Rogue scorers included Taylor Verhelst, Jessica Kosar, Meghan Embury, Melissa Donald and Jasmine Johnson.  The coaching staff of Scott Donald, Cindy Buhler and Mike Embury thank all the players for their tremendous efforts throughout the weekend. 

U12A Fusion

The U12A Fusion won the Bronze medal at the Jim Benning tournament defeating the U12A Bow View Blitz 5-2.  The girls played great ringette as a team the entire weekend.  Congratulations on another medal performace!

Congratulations to the U12A Fusion on their first Gold Medal at the Buffalo Plains December Charge Tournament.  The philosophy is TEAM (Together Everyone Achieves More) and these young players worked together as a team the entire weekend.  They believed in themselves to bring home the gold medal.  Coaches and parents are very proud!  And a big thank you to the BPRA for another successful tournament.  The U12A Fusion also brought home a Silver Medal from the Winnipeg Dakota Tournament in October.  Off to a great season start and good luck in your upcoming tournaments!

U19B Rogue

Congratulations to the U19B Regina Rogue for their silver medal performance at the Lethbridge Chinook tournament held on November 17-19, 2017.  The Rogue, after losing its first round robin tilt, fought back for victories over the Calgary Vex and Strathmore Ice to advance to the gold medal game agains the undefeated Lethbridge Wild.  In a thrilling 6 to 5 loss, the Rogue showed tremendous heart and effort in nearly overcoming two separate three goal dedficits.  Camryn Donald and Meghan Embury with two goals each and Mackenzie Moore with a single scored for the Rogue who were also provided with strong goaltending by Ashley Sandercock.  The coaching staff of Scott Donald, Cindy Buhler and Mike Embury thank all the players and parents for a fun albeit tireing weekend in Alberta!

U16AA Stingers

The 2017-18 edition of the Regina U16AA Stingers attended their first tournament in Winnipeg the weekend of September 30th.  The team went 3-1 in the round robin portion of the tournament and advance to the gold medal game.  The Stingers came out flying in their final game and were able to avenge their lone round robin loss and defeat the Winnipeg Angels 6-3 to win the gold medal.  Great start to the season!

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