Canada Winter Games Feature Exhibition Game





The St. Albert Ringette Association would like to invite you to cheer on


in a feature Exhibition Game against Team Saskatchewan on

Saturday, January 5, 2019 at 10:00 a.m. at Go Auto Arena

Admission to the game is FREE


During the game there will be a Team Alberta t-shirt toss,

music and special guests, with an autograph session following the game


There will also be an opportunity to support Team Alberta athletes by:

*participating in a ring toss during the intermission

*ordering a Team Alberta t-shirt

*purchasing tickets on raffle baskets


As an added bonus, the St. Albert Ringette team with

the most “fans in the stands” will win a practice session with

Team Alberta athletes Lauren Millar, Vail Ketsa and Jordyn Scott,

as well Head Coach Heather Konkin!

(wear your St. Albert Ringette jersey to the game to show your support)


The City of Red Deer is hosting the 2019 Canada Winter Games from

February 15, 2019 to March 3, 2019

More than 20,000 visitors are expected, 3600 athletes and thousands of media

The Canada Winter Games were last hosted in Alberta in

1995 by the City of Grande Prairie!

Support Team Alberta Ringette

Team Alberta is selling t-shirts!  $7.00 from every t-shirt sold is contributed directly to the team! The order collection period and fundraiser ends December 16th!

These t-shirts are not in stock, but are made to order, all sales are final. There are no refunds or exchanges. You will be contacted by your Area Rep once your order is ready for pick up!

To order your shirt, click here

Please contact us at with any questions about your order or the fundraiser!

Team Tiering: Ringette Alberta vs Leagues.

It has come to Ringette Alberta’s attention that there are a small number of associations which have requested some of their teams be placed in tiers for league play that are not the same as the tier indicated by the Universal Athlete Assessment Testing Protocol.

It is the respective League’s choice to accept teams (or not) into their league and into specific divisions and levels (tiers).  Ringette Alberta does not have authority over this.

As far as Ringette Alberta is concerned, the level for all U10, U12 and U14 teams is the level indicated by the team’s UAA scoreThis is in keeping with clause in the Ringette Alberta tiering policy which states, Minimum team level will be determined by relative UAA team score”.

In other words, if a team’s UAA score says the team is an A team, for example, then Ringette Alberta considers that team to be an A team unless and until that is changed through the Team Advance / Retreat process.

For U12 and U14 teams, the UAA score, unless a retreat or advance has been applied, will be used to determine its placement in Ringette Alberta playdowns and provincials regardless of the tier it was placed for league play at the start of the season.

Finally, a team which is participating in league play at a level that does not match its UAA-indicated level is expected to complete a sufficient number of games against teams in their UAA-indicated level and other level(s) if it expects its retreat application to be granted.  These can be played in exhibition games or tournaments.

The routine of participating in league play at the start of the season at a level that does not match the UAA-indicated level is under review for the 2019-2020 season.