The Sask West Wheat Kings and Western Prairie Thunder made another appearance at the Alberta Champions Cup this weekend, this time in Edmonton.

One of the teams having fun with the spring hockey schedule are the group of 2014 Sask West Wheat Kings. They were in both Edmonton and Calgary, and won every game they played as we spoke with one of the coaches Kyle Adamson in studio.

Adamson began by explaining more on the team itself.

"Spring hockey program that gives an opportunity for some kids to continue playing a little bit past the regular season. We compete in some elite level competitions, so it's a good opportunity for kids not only from Kindersley, but the surrounding area to make new friends, teammates, and have some high-level competition."

The 2014 team consists of players turning ten later this year, and the group in question is a talented bunch.

"We were highly successful, played six games in both Calgary and Edmonton, so we ended up winning every game we played this year and brought home a couple of banners. Some championship rings for the boys."

Unfortunately for this group, spring hockey won't be bleeding into any summer competition.

"We just did three tournaments. We have a whole bunch of farmers on our team, so it gets a little tight if you go much further into May." shared Adamson, as recent rain coincided with the Edmonton tournament. "Able to get a bunch of them out of the field, and in for the tournament. Couple of them had to leave early on Sunday to get back for seeding, but overall it was a great turnout."

Both the Wheat Kings and Thunder are regional teams. The 2014 Sask West Wheat Kings team consisted of players from Kindersley, Dodsland, Outlook, Macklin, Unity, and Wilkie according to Adamson.

Find a photo gallery from the Wheat Kings recent action below.