Stony Plain Flyers History

On behalf of the Stony Plain Flyers Junior  “B “ Hockey Club,  We would like to take this opportunity to introduce to you our organization.

The Stony Plain Flyers were founded in 1971 and are proud to represent within this great community. We are very proud to be able to put our program on for the young adults of this community at a minimal cost.

The Stony Plain Flyers play in the Capital Junior Hockey League (CJHL), which celebrating it's 50th year of existence in 2022-2023 season.  The Flyers entered the league in 1973 after competing in the Central league.  Their opposition is with 14 other teams within the greater Edmonton area.  Our home ice venue is the Glenn Hall Centennial Arena which is used at least three times per week by our organization.  Our season commences in mid-September and continues into February.  We play 38 regular season games in addition to pre-season activities and tryouts with Play-offs typically starting in mid-February.

We, as an organization, are privileged to see many of our Graduated players continue to live, work and establish Businesses within Stony Plain and area.

We also encourage higher Education by sponsoring annual scholarships awarded based on applications received by players attending trade school or post-secondary education and meeting the scholarship criterion.

At present, the Stony Plain Athletic Society (a non-profit organization running the Stony Plain Flyers) have a Board of Directors and many volunteers who graciously give up their time to make our game day and season operations run smoothly.  We truly appreciate them and value their commitment.


The Board of Directors, 
The Stony Plain Athletic Society


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