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The Red Deer Vipers Junior Hockey Club
 will open their training camp on Tuesday, September 2nd, 2014 at The Red Deer Arena. Registration will take place in the upper lobby of the Red Deer Arena from 7:00pm to 8:30pm. The first ice time follows after registration and runs from 9:00-10:30pm. Registration fees are $60 payable in cash
or cheque to The Red Deer Vipers. Please have your Alberta Health Care number with you please at registration. Players must be born between the years 1994 and 1998 to be eligible to play for the Red Deer Vipers


For any players still eligible to play minor hockey this season, you must have a signed permission to tryout form signed by your local minor hockey organization. It can be found on the Hockey Alberta Website under Members – Forms - Junior – Permission to Tryout. We cannot let any underage player tryout without this signed form.


If you have any questions please call or text GM Larry Corbett at 403-877-1712.

Red Deer Vipers
Camp Registration Form
 2014-2015 Season

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The Red Deer Vipers are again offering summer ice times for players looking to keep
 on their skates. 

we can only accommodate
30 skaters max
and any goalie's interested please
text Larry at 403-877-1712

The August ice times will be conditioning skates with either 4 on 4 or 5 on 5 games at the end. The cost for the August ice is $100 for all 10 ice times or $15 per session on a drop in basis.Please see the August schedule as the times, rinks, and evenings vary. The first 20 skaters and 2 goalies paid for all the sessions will be guaranteed spots.

August Ice Times
These ice times are open to all players 15 to 23, but please note if you are signed by another Junior B team you must have written permission to skate in these sessions. 

If you have any questions please feel free to text or call
Larry Corbett at 403-877-1712.

The Vipers would like to Thank our Fans, 
Volunteers and Sponsors for their Support in the 2013-2014 Season

Vipers Tie Series 1-1
Vs Thrashers
6-4 Final

Thrashers NetMinder Takes a Delay of Game penalty on this play

Vipers Fall again

Vipers Fall 
to Flyers 

You aRE RighT
You Cant Wrangle 
A Snake
&7-6 OTW

Vipers Wrap up Weekend 
with a Win over Ponoka
8-5 Final

Vipers go down fighting
Vs. Lightning
4-2 Final

Stamps leave with
snake Bite
6-2 Final

The Vipers send their deepest condolences to Nathan Howard's Family and Friends
Nathan was a member of the Red Deer Vipers in the 2010-11 Season and part of the 2011-12 season
He will be missed, Rest In Peace Nathan.

Vipers Send Cubs Packing 
4-2 Final

Vipers Work Hard
but could not Finish Thrashers
7-3 Final

Vipers Win in Shootout
Vs. Colts
3-2 Final

7 Goals and a Fight
What a Night!!!
7-2 Final Vs Generals

Vipers Come out Firing
 but come up short
Vs Stettler 
4-3 Final.

Vipers Drop game
7-3 Final

Vipers Start New Year off with a Win
Vs Thrashers

Vipers Go Down Fighting
Vs Wranglers
8-3 Final

Thank you Alumni 
for supporting the Vipers 
See you
February 1st 2014
 for the alumni Game
Stay tuned for details

Vipers Come up short 
against Thunder
9-7 Final

  • Vipers get hard-earned win over Banff Academy Bears

    Red Deer Viper goalie Klay Munro makes a save late in the first period against the Banff Academy to keep the score even at one goal a piece at the Arena in Red Deer Monday night.
    by Photo by JEFF STOKOE/Advocate staff

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    The Red Deer Vipers pulled on their hard hats Monday and bounced back from a disappointing Heritage Junior Hockey League loss one week earlier with a 3-1 victory over the Banff Academy Bears at the Arena.

    “We have a good team and when they pull together and work as a team it’s a fun group to watch,” said second-year Vipers head coach Stephan Pattison, who watched his club fall 8-4 to the visiting Three Hills Thrashers the previous Monday.

    “It’s fun on the bench and it’s fun in the room. The biggest thing we need to keep learning is that we can’t take nights off because the league is so tight this year that any team can win on any night.

    “We have to come prepared to play and it’s a fun league this year because of that. We have some growing pains that happens with every team, but I’m very proud of all our guys.”

    The Vipers’ roster features returning forwards Cole deGraaf, the team scoring leader with 27 points — including 12 goals — Kolton Gillett, Chris Robertson, Nick Glackin and captain Justin Corbett, who hold down the top five spots on the club’s scoring ledger.

    The Red Deer blueline is anchored by the likes of veterans Jonathan Finnigan and Justin Moltzahn, while key newcomers include forwards Connor Einhorn and Kale Lapointe, defenceman Eric Moltzahn and goaltenders Klay Munro and Anthony Hamill.

    “We have two young guys in goal. We don’t have a starter. One kid plays one game, the other guy goes the next game,” said Pattison. “It’s been great, they’ve both bought in and their work ethic in practice is really good. They’re keen and they want to learn.

    “I know our guys get behind them. They don’t really doubt our goalies.”

    Pattison likes the depth of his roster and is confident better days are ahead as a new leadership group continues to evolve.

    “They’re learning along with everyone else,” said Pattison. “Last year we had a couple of 21-year-olds who were very good at what they did. In a lot of ways I would say this is a similar team to last year. I think we maybe have a bit more talent that last year and when we work for 60 minutes we have four lines we can roll.

    “Most night I just go with all four lines. There are certain situations where some guys might not get the ice time, but for the most part we have a four-line team. It’s fun to coach that because you can trust any guy on the ice.”

    The visiting Bears struck first Monday when Bodie Davidson, from the side of the net, jammed the puck past Munro 8:10 into the contest.

    The Vipers responded before the period was over, as Troy Klaus beat Banff netminder Aaron MacKay through the five-hole from 30 feet out.

    From there, Vipers forward Ryan Thomson connected at 8:04 of the second period — working off the wall, driving to the net and beating MacKay high to blocker side — and Justin Moltzahn added insurance with an early third-period power-play marker, catching the far side of the net with a slapshot from just inside the blueline.

    Munro turned aside 26 shots for his fifth win of the season. McKay finished with 34 saves at the other end.

    The Vipers, who improved to 11-7-0-1 and sit fourth in the seven-team North Division, host the second-place Blackfalds Wranglers Saturday at 8 p.m. at the Arena. The contest is billed as Alumni Night.

Vipers Fight for win Over Bears
3-1 Final

Vipers Fall to Thrashers 
8-4 Final

Vipers Go down
4-3 Final

Vipers Silence Thunder
3-1  Final

Thank you to all the teams
that participated in
RBC Sports Day in Canada

Vipers Stage 2nd Period Comeback 
And Hold the Lead Against Wranglers
5-4 Final

The Vipers would like
to thank everybody for their donations to the

 Philippines Typhoon Fund Raiser
At last nights game.

Vipers Hold on for Shootout Win
4-3 over Colts

Vipers Couldn't Buy a Goal
against Okotoks
6-0 Final

Vipers squeak out a win against Colts 
5-4 Final

Vipers save Thrashing until 
3rd Period
2-0 Final

Vipers Come up short against Bisons
ot Final

 Pink in The Rink
A Success
Vipers Win
 over Coaldale

Thank you to Everybody
 that attended
and Donated to the
Pink In The Rink Event.

Vipers Silence Thunder
6-2 Final

Vipers Win
Vs Ponoka

Vipers Lose 8-4 to Lightning

Hit of the Game goes to 

Kyle Kapalka

Congratulations Cole

Vipers Split a pair of Away games
2-1  lose Vs. Coaldale
12-2  Win Vs. Ponoka
DeGRaAF gets hat trick
 to end the weekend on a high note.

Gillett Score 4
but Vipers Come up short 
6-5 Final 
Vs Cubs

Vipers Win Home Opener
6-4 Final

Victory for Vipers 
Courtesy of Wired Shot
From Nick Glackin
5-4 OT Final



Vipers lose a close one to Thrashers


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