Rarely will a power play carry a team's hopes and dreams. A bad penalty kill, however, can turn those dreams into a nightmare.
University of Alberta-Augustana Vikings men's hockey coach Blaine Gusdal can sum this past weekend up by three descriptors: good, bad and ugly.
Biathlon is a sport that combines the intense physical exertion of skiing, along with fine control and the stability associated with shooting. This extreme sport is coming to Camrose this weekend.
There is no Alberta Junior Hockey League team that hates overtime more than the Camrose Kodiaks.
A one-month break from action did little to soften Stephen Leggett's feeling about his team's performance in the first semester of the men's volleyball season.
Few players were looking forward to the Camrose Kodiaks New Year's Day game more than rookie forward Colson Gengenbach.
Kodiaks 7, Thunder 2
This past year was packed chalk-full with action in the local sports world.
Robyn Fleckenstein is not happy with her team's 4-8 record, but the University of Alberta-Augustana Vikings women's basketball head coach is encouraged about the future.
Everyone celebrates the holiday season a little differently.
There are few Alberta Junior Hockey League teams looking forward to the Christmas break more than the Camrose Kodiaks.
If the University of Alberta-Augustana Vikings men's basketball team learned anything in the first half of the season it is how cruel the basketball gods can be.
The last time Lowell Niven skied the cross-country course near Fort McMurray was 26 years ago when they last hosted the Alberta Winter Games.
The Camrose Composite High School Trojans boys' basketball team got to exact a measure of revenge in the Boston Pizza Classic.
It's not often junior players request a trade away from their hometown.
Kodiaks 3, Eagles 2 OT
The Camrose Kodiaks know more is on the line on than another two points on Friday.
The University of Alberta-Augustana Vikings women’s volleyball team just needs to learn how to close out a match.
The University of Alberta-Augustana Vikings men’s hockey team have shown a level of resilience that has head coach Blaine Gusdal excited for the second half of the Alberta Colleges Athletic Conference season.