- The third annual Booster Club Ringette School was held in August of 1981 at Norma Bush Arena. It was organized by Frances Willis and instructors included: Lori Cavers, Claire Lukey, Gerry Zuk, Leanne Henderson, Sandy Thompson and Laurie Turta.
Wally Kozak taught power skating.
- Referee and coaching clinics were held at West Hillhurst in October.
- Calgary was host city for the 1982 Provincial Play-offs. They were held at Henry Viney and Renfrew Arenas on March 6-7, 1982
- There were 418 players registered with Calgary Ringette (28 teams)
Teams and Coaches
|Lake Bonavista||Bob Skippen|
|Lake Bonavista||Shawn Curran|
|West Hillhurst||Klass VanderMeir|
|West Hillhurst||Nick Holdaway|
|Lake Bonavista||Dave Todd|
|West Hillhurst||John Morcom|
In January of 1982 a new button was designed
for the Calgary Ringette Association by Laura Webb.
|Ringette Alberta Rep||Nick Holdaway|
|League Chairman||Joe Smith|
|Referee In Chief||Stan MacCluskey|
|Publicity Directors||Harvey Hall
|Publicity Committee||Shawn Curran
|Tournament Coordinator||Orville Anderson|
|Coaches Co-ordinator||John Morcom|
|City Parks Contact||Bill Fraser|
Calgary’s first Deb Rep team
- Calgary’s first Deb Rep team made a great showing in all aspects throughout the season. They travelled to Winnipeg in February and although they were defeated they made a respectable showing in all games. They lost to the 1982 National Champions (Kilcona) by a margin of three goals.
- The next tournament they attended was the Provincials in Calgary. They played a best of three series against Sherwood Park and faired well. The first game ended in a 7-7 tie, followed by a 6-5 loss. The third and final game ended in an 8-8 tie, therefore the series being awarded to Sherwood Park.
- They then travelled to the Sherwood Park Select A Team tournament where they encountered an identical series losing again by only one goal. Five Belle players joined the team for this event. They were Kim Cram, Michele Travis, Jackie Willis, Laurie Moore and Laurie Smith
Belle Rep Team
- The Belle Rep team completed a very successful season, commencing with a four day trip to Aldergrove in January. Here they participated in a Deb level tournament. Opposition included Sherwood Park, B.C. Selects, and Winnipeg. The Calgary team faired very well with all games being close.
- At the next event, the Provincials, they produced the finest performance of any Calgary team in the past. After gaining a birth in the finals, Calgary put on a superb show and suffered a disappointing 9-6 loss to Sherwood Park.