- City ice increased by 3%
- There were 80 active officals, 25 of those were new to officiating
- University of Calgary scholarship now named the "Don Henderson Memorial Ringette Scholarship"
- There were 756 players registered with Ringette Calgary on 60 teams:
Bunnies-6, Novice-11, Petite-13, Tween-12, Junior-7, Belle-4, Deb-5, Intermediate-2
- BNQ certified neck guards became mandatory
- The president of the CRRA was Robyn Schweitzer, and the referee scheduler was Kathy Pennett,
- Ringette Calgary required all head coaches to attend a mandatory coaches meeting - two meetings were held, one on Tuesday, October 12 and the other on Wednesday, October 13th.
- There were two NCCP Level 1 Clinics held in Calgary, and one level 2.
- The CRRA hosted a refresher clinic, two NOCP level 1 clinics and one NOCP level 2 clinic.
- Ringette Alberta implemented their COACHING DEVELOPMENT PLAN, which would raise the minimum coaching requirements over a span of several years.
- Properties Ringette held a Fundraiser Dance on Friday, October 22
- Ringette Canada released the new GYM RINGETTE RULES, and Ringette Calgary purchased gym ringette equipment to loan to schools or teams.
- Ringette Alberta introduced a new DISCIPLINARY POLICY which was put together by Erik Laerz of Calgary. The new policies meant that mandatory suspensions would be issued for serious penalites.
- Ringette was offered as a Physical Activity Course at the University of Calgary
- AA Provincials were held in Edmonton from March 11-13, 1994
Results for Calgary teams: Petite-GOLD, Tween-SILVER, Junior-SILVER, Belle-BRONZE, Deb-SILVER
- The Canadian Ringette Championships were held in Saskatoon, SK.
- The World Championships were held in St. Paul, Minnesota from March 19-27. Coaching staff included Karen White, John Fisher, Deb Marek
Results: Gold - Finland, Silver- Canada EAST, Bronze- Canada WEST
|Team Alberta AAA
|Tamara Anderson||Calgary||Trina Janssens||Calgary|
|Cindy Annala||Edmonton||Diana Kondrosky||Edmonton|
|Cara Brown||Calgary||Maria McKenzie||Edmonton|
|Lisa Brown||Calgary||Shelley Potter||Calgary|
|Jacinda Chomik||Edmonton||Shelley Reynolds||Fort Sask|
|Jenny Cook||Calgary||Jackie Richards||Calgary|
|Kara Ericksen||Sherwood Pk||Jennifer Rogers||Edmonton|
|Kim Fisher||Sherwood Pk||Kari Sadoway||Sherwood Pk|
|Anne Gillespie||Edmonton||Lyndsay Wheelans||Edmonton|
|Stacey Hannay||Sherwood Pk||Jennifer Willian||Edmonton|
|Karen White||Head Coach||Marlene Jensen||Manager|
|John Fisher||Assistant||Lorrie Horne||Trainer|
|Deb Marek||Assistant||Leo Chapdelaine||Financial|
|Past President||Bobbie Schweitzer|
|VP Administration||Laura Webb|
|VP League||Steve Hutchison|
|VP Technical||Lucie Anne Ingoldsby|
|VP Publicity||Ian Matheson|
|EGRT Liaison||Kim Arndt|
|Zone 3 Director||Vacant|
|Ice Scheduler||Alda Behie|
|C.R.R.A. Rep||Paul Kowel|
|Bingo Director||Marilyn Bush|
|Coaching Development||Ed Wahl|
|Quadrant Reps||Dave Ilsley (BV)
Lonnie Krahn (PT)
Paul Peters (SC)
Calgary’s AA Teams
No Info Available
Esso Golden Ring
The 8th annual Esso Golden Ring was held Jan.28-30, 1994 and hosted Bunny through Womens.
There were 139 teams in 19 divisions.
|Novice A||Calgary NW Flurries|
|Novice B||Bon Accord Cent. Blazers|
|Petite A||Calgary NW Shooters|
|Petite B||Cochrane Sharks|
|Tween AA||Edmonton Fury|
|Tween A||Bentley Rowdy Rebels|
|Tween B||Hinton IGA Cruisers|
|Junior AA||Edmonton Lighting|
|Junior A||Calgary NW Max. Ice|
|Junior B||Olds Juniors|
|Belle AA||Regina Bandits|
|Belle A||Calgary NW Belles|
|Deb/Int AA||Calgary Dinosaurs|
|Deb A||Calgary Triwood Tradition|
|Int A||Calgary West Hillhurst|
|Women A||Calgary Triwood Twappers|
|Women B||Strathmore All Stars|
|Kim Arndt||Marnie Campbell|
|Doreen McMullen||Tanis Humphrey|
|Linda Duley||Diane Dodge|
|Cheryl Vandegraft||Bob Thomlinson|
|Ian Matheson||Denise Courtney-Perry|
|Sheila Moore||Jill Press|
|Donna Duley||Gloris Mara|
|Marilyn Thomlinson||Laura Webb|
|Debbie Hickerty||Cindy McRae|