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Dragons continue to improve

dragons.jpgTodd Callaghan swoops in against the Grizzlys on Sunday afternoon. The Dragons battled back from  a two goal deficit to force overtime, but this time Olds was victorious. Final score 4-3. The Dragons are on home ice this Saturday against St. Albert.

 

While they are still a ways  from .500, the Drumheller Dragons are showing signs of life, earning three of a possible five points last week.
    The Dragons were convincing with a 3-0 win over the Olds Grizzlys on Thursday, October 8, but couldn’t muster a spark against the Okotoks Oilers on Saturday, October 10. They were back home last Sunday, and took The Grizzlys to overtime before succumbing to a hard fought loss.
    “We are breaking through said coach Dan Price. “We are incrementally moving forward.”
    They took two steps forward on October 8 in Olds.

Dragons give nod to history at home opener

puck-drop.jpgThe Dragons took time out as it opened the season to pay tribute to the rich hockey history of the valley last Friday, September 11. They invited (centre; l-r)  Former Dragon Trent Colberg, and Drumheller Miners Jim Fisher and Tony Kollman to drop the puck to open the Dragons season. The team also retired Colberg’s jersey in a moving ceremony.

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