The Calgary Journal
The Calgary Journal


Dylan Holloway has been tearing up the Alberta Junior Hockey League this season while helping the Okotoks Oilers make the playoffs. In his second season with Okotoks, Holloway had 88 points — 40 goals, 48 assists — in 53 games played.
My friend and I went to see the Calgary Hitmen and Prince Albert Raiders play in the Stampede Corral. It was the final game of a three-game series for the Hitmen in the Corral. We couldn’t believe how different the building was compared to a modern arena.
For many Calgarians, Spruce Meadows is synonymous with the elite equestrian sport. However, as of spring 2019, that may change. A professional soccer team is making its home at the historic venue and it’s bound to offer new opportunities for the soccer community.

As the Calgary Inferno women’s hockey team prepared to fly east to clinch the Clarkson Cup in Toronto last weekend, the team’s volunteer social media manager, Ramina Shlah, was resigned to tweeting the game from home. There was simply no funding to support her trip.