On July 17, 2013 we lost a great person, volunteer and friend, John Koyko suddenly passed away.

John was instrumental in the formation of the River City Athletic Club.

As the President of the River City Athletic Club, John set up the River Kings Jr B team and subsequently the Rivermen Jr C team.

John actively recruited the best volunteers he could find to run the RCAC and set up a scholarship program for the two teams.

I have been honored to have had John as a personal friend. A true friend is something to be cherished for a life time.

Chris Hurley, President

Noralta Junior Hockey League

 Forty-seven years ago in 1963, Mr. Davis, along with three friends, founded Edmonton Minor Hockey Week.

His exceptional dedication over the last 47 years helped make it the biggest hockey tournament in the world according to the Guinness World Records. Along with being the co-founder of Edmonton Minor Hockey Week, Vern has volunteered in many aspects of hockey in Edmonton and the province for over 50 years.

Vern was involved in the creation of the Junior C hockey league in 1992. Vern devoted his life to the development of better hockey for our young athletes.
Thank you Vern you will be greatly missed.

Ted was a proud member of the Edmonton Police Service for 38 years.

Ted volunteered in many aspects with Junior C hockey. Ted was a coach with the SWZ Junior team. A manager for the team and a director with the Noralta Junior Hockey League.

All the time of Ted's volunteer service, he lived with the difficulties of MS.

We applaud your courage and strength and many players in our league thank you many times over.

Martin Lavallee was involved with St Albert Minor Hockey for a number of years and was instrumental in the development of the St Albert Junior C team.

Martin was seen at many of the St Albert Junior C games manning the clockm.