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Scott Niedermayer Honoured by City of Cranbrook

SNP Ceremony2In the history of the great game that Canada proudly proclaims as its own, no single player has achieved more team success than Cranbrook’s Scott Niedermayer.

‘Have Niedermayer; win championship’ is perhaps the best and quickest way to describe his career, Citin which he won league titles at every level.

He is the only player to win every major North American and international hockey championship available to a Canadian player.

He is one of only 25 players to belong to the ‘Triple Gold Club,’ where players have won an Olympic Gold Medal, a World Championship gold and the Stanley Cup – the three titles the International Ice Hockey Federation holds with the highest esteem.

What separates Niedermayer from his fellow club members are the number of times he won some of those titles.

2014 Schools all set to go, register now!

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Edge hockey is very please to announce that all the details of our 2014 hockey school are now set up and we are open for registration. After another very successful year in 2013 which saw us hit new highs in our participation for both Edmonton and Calgary, we are looking forward to 2014. We will be running the following schools during August 2014. We hope to see you at one of our schools this summer in a rink near you.

  • Rob & Scott Nedermayer Hockey School Aug 4 - 8, 2014 in Cranbrook at the Rec Plex
  • Edmonton Edge Hockey School Aug 11 - 15, 2014 in Edmonton at Mill Woods Recreation Centre
  • Calgary Edge Hockey School Aug 18 - 22, 2014 in Calgary at Trico Centre

 

Long time Edge Coach, Captain of 2014 AHL All Star Game

Jason Jaffray (AHL/NHL) has been coaching at Edge Hockey's summer Hockey schools since 2001. He has made impressions of hundreds of players at our schools and we are so proud that he has been named Captain of this year's AHL All Star game.

By Robin Short

Telegram Sports Editor

Jason Jaffray has been part of two previous American Hockey League all-star games, and while it was an honour to play in the league’s marquee events in Toronto and Portland, Maine, it pales in comparison to what awaits the St. John’s IceCaps’ captain next month.

“To play in an all-star game itself is such an honour, but to be captain of a team, in a game that’s played in St. John’s, well, you get chills thinking about it,” Jaffray said Thursday.

“I’m extremely excited. It’s an opportunity you can only dream about. “

Jaffray, a 32-year-old veteran of 525 AHL games spread over 12 seasons, was selected by the league earlier in the day to captain the AHL all-stars in a one-game showdown with Färjestad BK of the Swedish Elite league Feb. 12 at Mile One Centre.

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