How to Find the Best Tickets to
Regina League Games
If you’re looking for a great way to see Regina hockey, there are many ways to do so. You can
watch the Regina Ravens, Saskatoon Comets, or Albert A&W Bears play. There’s also an
opportunity to see the Saskatoon Comets and Regina Rebels, as well as the Saskatoon
Fusion. But how can you find the best tickets to Regina league games?
The Regina Rebels Female Hockey Club was established in 2012 and has already earned a lot
of success. In 2013, they won the Mac’s Tournament championship and won the Esso Cup, and
won five other titles including the SFMAAAHL League Championship and the Nations Cup. In
2019, they will make another run at the championship. Read on to learn more about this team.
And if you want to watch some great hockey, be sure to tune in to a Regina Rebels female
AAA League game.
The Rebels took on the Bears twice in their last two games and won both. The Rebels are the
top team in the Saskatchewan Female AAA Hockey League. On Saturday, April 2, they won
both games by a combined score of 11-4. Erin Kirkland scored the lone goal for the Bears
while Megan Hayhurst tallied two goals and four points. The Rebels now face the Saskatoon
Stars in the semi-finals of the league.
The Regina Rebels have a stellar young roster. The team has a talented core of young
players, and they are ready to go pro. The Rebels are coached by the Moose Jaw Minor
Hockey Association, and the players have an amazing opportunity to play at the highest level.
It is important to note that the players of this team are all recruited from the Moose Jaw Minor
The Regina Rebels have a rich history. They first played in the midget category, and selected
top players from club teams to make a provincial team. The Rebels’ name was changed to
Rebels after this first season. The team practiced often and played throughout the season and
hosted the Western Shield during Saskatchewan’s centennial year. The Rebels finished the
season with a 19-5-3-1 record.
The team has also signed a couple of Canadian players for next season. The first is Deana
Gelinas, who is currently serving as Assistant Coach for the U-11 “A” Regina Shamrocks. The
four-time Saskatchewan Female Team Saskatchewan coach is heavily involved in the program
as a program evaluator. The other is Alana Serhan, who plays for the Regina Rebels Female
The Regina Ravens will play four home AAA league games this season, and the dates of the
first three games have been postponed due to recent weather conditions. The recent snowfall
has caused the start date of the season to be delayed, but the team is expected to play its first
games in early May. In the last season, the Ravens have gone 10-1 and are looking forward to
a strong season. The Ravens have the best record in the entire league, but a win is not
enough to make the team the first in the playoffs.
The Saskatoon Comets will face the Regina Rebels in the midget AA championship series this
weekend. The Rebels are coming off a 7-2 win over the Southeast Goldwings in Midale on
Sunday, and are looking to make their mark in the league. Their lineup is made up of eight
rookies and ten veterans. They finished the pre-season with seven wins and two losses. On
Sunday, they will take on the Saskatoon Comets in the final game of the season.
In the regular season, the Rebels play 28 games. They play the SMFAAAHL playoffs, which
begin in early April. In the playoffs, the Rebels will play the Battlefords Sharks, Melville Prairie
Fire, Notre Dame Hounds, Saskatoon Comets, Swift Current Wildcats, and Weyburn Gold
The Rebels are in their second season of the female AA hockey league. They have won two
straight games, with one loss coming to Melville on Wednesday and the other to Weyburn on
Tuesday. They are currently ranked fifth in the league and will host Swift Current on October
17 and 18.
The Rebels won their first game of the season, a 6-4 decision over the Saskatoon Stars on
Saturday. The Rebels’ goaltender, Krista Funke, stopped 22 shots in net. The Rebels will play
the Swift Current Wildcats in a double header next weekend, starting Saturday at 2 p.m. The
Rebels will also play the Swift Current Wildcats on Sunday at 1 p.m.
The Saskatchewan Female Under 18 AAA Hockey League will be renamed from the
Saskatchewan Female Midget AAA Hockey League in April. It is the highest level of female
minor hockey in the province. The Saskatoon Comets, Melville, and Lumsden/Bethune Minor
Hockey teams are among those who submitted proposals to the SHA. They hope to see the
proposal approved in the spring and move forward.
The Regina Rebels played hard in the Notre Dame Showcase Tournament last week. They
were 2 and 3 after the tournament and proved they are capable of competing with the top
midget teams in Canada. The Rebels will also participate in the Mac’s Tournament over the
Christmas holiday. They opened the round-robin with a 6-4 victory over Fraser Valley, tied
Pembina Valley 2-2, and fell 4-0 to the Warner Hockey Academy.
In the female AAA hockey league, Saskatoon Fusion have been swept in the first two
quarterfinal games by the Prince Albert Bears. The Regina Rebels defeated the Bears 5-0 on
Saturday and 6-0 on Sunday. On Saturday, Jenna Carpenter Boesch scored two goals, while
Talia Terry and Adria Gorski each scored one. In goal, Brianna Hartness recorded a shutout.
The goaltender for both games was Rae McClintock.
The Rebels split their home games last weekend. On Saturday, Regina fell to the Saskatoon
Stars 5-0. In net, Samantha Langford made 27 saves. In Sunday’s 1-0 win over the Prince
Albert A & W Bears, Krista Funke made 17 saves for the shutout. Patricia McGauley scored
the lone goal in the win.
In the third round, the Regina Rebels defeated the Edmonton Thunder 2-1. Krista Funke
stopped 34 shots and Jenny MacKnight scored for the Rebels. However, the Rebels lost their
second game, 3-1, to the Edmonton Thunder. Patricia McGauley scored one goal and
Samantha Langford made 34 saves. In Saturday’s game, Regina beat the Calgary Flyers.
Paige Anakaer scored twice and Hannah Heisler added one goal and Nicole Mitchell chipped
in one goal.
The Rebels also paid tribute to the players who will graduate from the program this spring.
Sarah Puryk, Shalyn Cowan, and Krista Funke will all be graduating players. In addition to
their graduation, three Rebels will also be earning positions on Team Saskatchewan this year.
Krista Funke, Paige Anakaer, and Brooklyn Moskowy will travel to Halifax to compete in the
Canada Winter Games.
The Rebels opened the regular season with a 2-0 record and a 3-0 win over the Swift Current
Diamond Energy Wildcats. The Rebels dominated both games, tying the Western Conference
playoffs for first place. In the first round, they won all three games, with the Wildcats earning
only one win. Despite the win, the Rebels were outshot 26-11 in both games.