Chase Brewster Announcements
  1. 2019 Sunday Photo Wrap-Up
  2. Chase Brewster Memorial Scholarship
  3. The 9th Annual Chase Brewster Memorial Peewee Hockey Tournament
  4. Chase Brewster Memorial Tournament Rules
  5. “Goalie” English for “Being on an Island Alone”
February 4, 2019
2019 Sunday Photo Wrap-Up
Photo's from Sunday Download higher resolution pictures here: Dropbox Download Save On Bruins - Gold Medalists 2019 Lethbridge - Silver Medalists and most sportsmanlike team award.
January 30, 2019
Chase Brewster Memorial Scholarship
Chase Brewster was a client of ATC Goaltending for 3 years and in those 3 years he quickly became a staff and camp favourite. Chase had an infectious smile and a work ethic second to none…. he truly enjoyed being a goalie! ATC Goaltending would like to remember Chase by presenting an annual 1-week summer...
January 30, 2019
The 9th Annual Chase Brewster Memorial Peewee Hockey Tournament
The Chase Brewster Memorial Tournament was started when The Brewster Family partnered with Red Deer Minor Hockey to honor the memory of their son Chase Brewster.   The annual Peewee Tournament’s name was changed to the Chase Brewster Memorial Tournament in 2011.  This tournament creates a unique experience for our Peewee hockey players, coaches and their...
January 30, 2019
Chase Brewster Memorial Tournament Rules
All players must be registered with their team in accordance with Hockey Alberta. Registration cards or team registration forms must be presented if requested by any official.  Failure to do so may result in team disqualification.  Teams may add players from their affiliate teams with the disciplinary committee’s approval.  For any violation of this rule,...
October 25, 2018
“Goalie” English for “Being on an Island Alone”

It doesn’t take long to spot the parents of a goalie; they tend to sit alone.  often seen in the opposite corner against the glass. Generally, often fidgety, seemingly on edge for no reason; then you see their pale anxiety ridden face come to life when the goalie on the opposite end of the rink…