Ice Hockey Wiki
Line 7: Line 7:
 
*[[Drumheller Falcons]] ([[Alberta Junior Hockey League|AJHL]], 1972-1976, 1979-1983)
 
*[[Drumheller Falcons]] ([[Alberta Junior Hockey League|AJHL]], 1972-1976, 1979-1983)
 
*[[Drumheller Miners]] (1960s)
 
*[[Drumheller Miners]] (1960s)
  +
#([[Southern Alberta Hockey League]], 1933-1936) league renamed ASHL
  +
#([[Alberta Senior Hockey League]], 1936-1940)
  +
#([[Alberta Big Six League]], 1952-1956)
  +
#([[Alberta Big Six League]], 1959-1960)
  +
#([[Central Alberta Hockey League]],1960-1966)
 
*[[Drumheller Rockets]] (1930s-1940s)
 
*[[Drumheller Rockets]] (1930s-1940s)
*[[Drumheller Valley Miners]] (1940s)
+
*[[Drumheller Valley Miners]] ([[Southern Alberta Junior League]], 1946-1947)
   
 
==Champions==
 
==Champions==
 
==='''[[Allan Cup]]'''===
 
==='''[[Allan Cup]]'''===
*1965-66 '''[[Drumheller Miners]]'''
+
*1965-66 '''[[Drumheller Miners]]'''
   
 
==Players==
 
==Players==

Revision as of 10:12, 1 December 2013

A view of Drumheller.

Drumheller is a town of about 9000 in central Alberta, Canada.

Teams

  1. (Southern Alberta Hockey League, 1933-1936) league renamed ASHL
  2. (Alberta Senior Hockey League, 1936-1940)
  3. (Alberta Big Six League, 1952-1956)
  4. (Alberta Big Six League, 1959-1960)
  5. (Central Alberta Hockey League,1960-1966)

Champions

Allan Cup

Players

Arenas

External Links