NEWS

 

Media Release:

Nov 17th 2019

A pair of wins for the Lethbridge Lightning this past weekend.

 

On their first trip of the season to Siksika Friday night, Lethbridge scored a 10-3 victory over the always tough Buffaloes. Cole Matson, Shay Wirll and Leo Lacourciere each had a pair of goals for the Bolts, while singles were knotched by Nick Hoobanoff, James Price, Cody Berube and Brady Matson. Siksika goals came from Ruzesky, White Quills and Pretty Young Man.

 

Saturday night the Lightning entertained the Piikani Broncs with the home side prevailing 11-1.

James Price tallied his first Hat-trick of the season while Nick Hoobanoff and Dallas Weber each scored twice. Stefan Freter, Leo Lacourciere, Dune Wald and Jesse Wellsch rounded out the scoring for the home side. Shay Prairie Chicken was the only Bronc to beat goalied Dean Skidmore.

 

The Lightning round out November on the road to Kainai and Nanton before returning home  the first weekend in December when they host Fort Macleod Friday the 6th and Kainai Saturday Dec. 7th. All home games go at 8:30pm at the Nicholas Sheran Arena.

August 15, 2019

2nd Annual Comedy Show

 

Presented by Lethbridge Lightning Senior "AA" Hockey Club

Friday September 27th  Lethbridge Legion 324 Mayor Magrath Drive South

Headliner : Kevin Stobo

Special Guests: Steve McGovern and Will Hannigan

Show starts at 7:30 -9:00 pm

Ticket $35.00 e-mail :Lethbridgelightning@outlook.com or call Rob 1-403-647-4103

August 14, 2019

LETHBRIDGE LIGHTNING SENIOR “AA” HOCKEY TRYOUTS

 

The Lethbridge Lightning Senior “AA” hockey club is seeking dedicated, competitive and skilled hockey players to play a high caliber of Adult “AA” hockey in the 2019-2020 Ranchland Hockey League. We would like to extend an invitation to all interested players 18 and over, who would like to be a part of a high paced, competitive, rapidly expanding team to attend the upcoming tryouts for the 2019-2020 season.

 

Tryouts will be held at the Lethbridge ATB Arena on the following dates:

Friday October 11th – 8:00 – 9:00 pm

Saturday October 12th – 8:00 – 9:00 pm

Sunday October 13th – 8:00 – 9:00 pm

 

The tryout fee is $50.00

Players will have the opportunity to show off their skills over the course of two guaranteed tryouts sessions. Players must supply Birth Certificate/Health card/completed Medical form and player release form or tryout form prior to first tryout ice session.

REGISTRATION OPTIONS:

Players can pre-register by downloading the registration and medical forms from the Team website @ www.lethbridgelightning.com.

Please e-mail the completed registration and medical forms along with payment to Lethbridgelightning@outlook.com.

Registration deadline is Monday October 7th 2019

The Lightning Senior AA Hockey club reserves the right to limit players ice times and participation. No refunds or will be issued to players after the first ice session.

April 22, 2019

Lethbridge Lightning Summer Ice Schedule 2019

AUGUST

Monday August 12th 9:30 – ATB East

Monday August 19th 8:30 – Nicholas Sheran

Monday August 26th 8:45 – Nicholas Sheran

 

The ice times are booked under the Lethbridge Lightning and are invited guests only. This is to keep the quality of play at a high level. Each ice slot is booked at a cost of $195.30. Please feel free to invite players of a high caliber to ensure ice costs are covered.

Each player will be required to pay $15.00 at the door (no e-transfers) for each session.

March 31, 2019

 

LIGHTNING STRIKE BRONZE

 

On their second consecutive trip to the Hockey Alberta Men’s Senior “AA” Provincial tournament, the Lethbridge Lightning scored a last second 3-2 win over their arch nemesis, the Nanton Palominos, to earn the Bronze Medallion on Sunday (March 31).

 

After going zero and three in 2018, the Lightning finished the round-robin portion of the tournament with a 2-1 record. With a 5-2 win over the host Wainwright Rustlers Thursday, a 5-2 loss to Nanton Friday and dumping Hillmond 7-4 Saturday, the Lightning finished in third place securing a berth in the Bronze Medal final Sunday.

 

Sunday’s Bronze final was a see saw battle with the Lightning tying the game at two with five minutes left in the third. As the clock wound down and thoughts were turning toward overtime,  Devery Edmonds fed a long pass to James Price who along with Calvin Swanson broke in on the Pals netminder.  Price drew the goalie to the left and deftly passed the puck to Swanson who fired the biscuit into a gaping net with under 1 second on the timer. A quick meeting of game officials followed by a point to centre ice meant the Lightning had defeated Nanton (the reigning Ranchland Hockey League Champions) to win the Bronze.

 

Preparations are already underway for the 2019/20 season as the Lightning will host the 2020 the Provincial Senior “AA” tournament March 26-29.

 

The Lightning thank all our sponsors, volunteers and the fans for your support over the past season and look forward to seeing you next season.

March 10, 2019

 

Lightning Advance

 

For the second year in a row, the Ranchland Hockey Leagues two newest teams, the Lethbridge Lightning, and the Siksika Buffaloes met up in the opening round of the playoffs, and the results with the same: Lethbridge moves on to the RHL Championship series and a berth in the Hockey Alberta Senior “AA” Provincials in Wainwright.

 

With the series tied at one, the Lightning hosted game three Friday night picking up a 6-2 victory. Captain Shay Wirll opened the scoring at the 7:10 mark of the first period. Carson Bolduc and Cody Berube chipped in two goals in the second frame, while James Price, Nicholas Mottl, and Taylor Bilodeau rounded out the Lethbridge attack in the third. Devery Edmonds collected 3 assists on the night. Trevor Pelletier and Dean Dion were the only Siksika players to beat Alex Sirard’s standout performance.

 

Saturday night’s game was played at the Deerfoot Sportplex on the Siksika Nation with Lethbridge scoring a 7-4 win.  Both Dayn Opel and Calvin Swanson picked up two goals each with singles from Carson Bolduc, Laramie Kostelansky and Nicholas Mottl. Alex Sirard was again solid in net

 

The best of 5series Ranchland Hockey League Championship series opens up this Friday, March 15, in Nanton with the defending champion Palominos hosting the Lightning for the second straight year.

 

LETHBRIDGE HOSTS NANTON for GAME 2, SATURDAY MARCH 16, 8:30PM,  AT  NICHOLAS  SHERAN ARENA.

 

For up to the moment information about the Lightning, follows us on twitter: lethlightning.ca

March 3, 2019

 

Lightning Split Weekend Games

 

 

For the second year in a row, the Ranchland Hockey Leagues two newest teams, the Lethbridge Lightning, and the Siksika Buffaloes meet up in the opening round of the playoffs.

 

With home ice advantage, the Lightning opened up the series Friday night with a 5-2 victory. Carson Bolduc knotting a pair with singles from Brady Matson, Calvin Swanson and Laramie Kostelansky.  Kirby Ruzesky and Keaton White replied for Siksika.

 

Saturday night’s game was played at the Deerfoot Sportplex on the Siksika Nation with the home side scoring a 5-3 win (final score from game sheet). Nicholas Mottl, Laramie Kostelansky and James Price accounted for the Lightning goals.

 

The best of 5series resumes this Friday March 8, 8:30pm at the Nicholas Sheran Arena. For up to the moment information about the Lightning, follows us on twitter: lethlightning.ca

 

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