#37 - Dale McFee - Memorial Cup Champion to being the Chief of Police
Dale McFee started his junior hockey career with his hometown team the St. Albert Saints of the Alberta Junior Hockey League. He quickly moved up to the new expansion team in the Western Hockey League, the Prince Albert Raiders. McFee spent four seasons with the Raiders, and was part of a Memorial Cup championship in 1985. He attended the training camp of the Minnesota North Stars after he finished playing junior hockey.
After hockey was done, McFee joined the Prince Albert Police Service. He climbed the ranks, becoming the Chief of Police in Prince Albert while he was the President of the Prince Albert Raiders and also served as the Deputy Minister Justice (Corrections & Policing) for the province of Saskatchewan. During his time in Prince Albert, McFee became involved in various business ventures as well. In 2019, McFee returned to Alberta, and is now the Chief of Police for the Edmonton Police Service.
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