Wednesday, 20 September 2017

Melville Millionaires Coaches Show - Sept 20th (presented by Melville's Future Ford)



In this weeks "Future Ford" Melville Millionaires Coaches Show, Head Coach/GM Devin Windle recaps the teams opening weekend against Estevan, previews Fridays game vs. Weyburn and talks about their roster situation.

Sunday, 17 September 2017

Terriers get a point but fall in overtime in their Home Opener to the Red Wings.

The Yorkton Terriers earned 3 out of a possible 4 points on SJHL Opening Weekend after a 3-2 overtime loss on Sunday night to the Weyburn Red Wings

The Red Wings would strike first on the power play as Erik Olson's long point shot would be deflected in nicely by newcomer Derick Smith for his 1st SJHL goal that got past Logan Bateman to give the visitors an early 1-0 lead. The Terriers would answer back 9 minutes later as the loose puck would be jammed home by veteran Quin Hobbs to tie it up at 1-1 after 20 minutes. Shots 15-9 Red Wings.

The visitors would regain that one goal lead just 3:39 into the 2nd as Cole Woodliffe would bang home his 1st of the season to make it 2-1. But once again the Terriers would respond as 20 year old Kaleb Bell would finish off a nice passing play from William Brochu for his 1st with 5:02 left in the middle frame as the two teams were deadlocked at 2 after 2 periods. Shots were 29-14 Weyburn.

After a scoreless 3rd period, it would be Matthew Jones netting the overtime winner as his snapshot beat Bateman for his 1st SJHL goal to give the Red Wings the extra point.

Arik Weersink made 25 saves on 27 shots for his 1st win the SJHL, while Logan Bateman put together his 2nd straight solid start making 40 saves in the losing cause.

The Terriers next game will be on Thursday night when they visit the Notre Dame Hounds. GX94 will broadcast the game with Yorkton Dodge Junior Hockey, pregame 7:50 pxp at 8PM from the Duncan McNeil Arena.

Other SJHL Result had the Humboldt Broncos come back to beat the Notre Dame Hounds 4-3 in the SO.


Yorkton Terriers Coaches Show- Sept 18th (presented by Merit Ford in Esterhazy)


In this weeks edition of the Yorkton Terriers Coaches Show (presented by Merit Ford: Esterhazy), Head Coach/GM Casey O'Brien recaps the teams 2 opening games against Weyburn,  roster numbers and previews this weeks home and home with the Notre Dame Hounds.

Saturday, 16 September 2017

Mils drop 2nd straight; Stamps win preseason finale on Saturday night

The Melville Millionaires drop their 2nd straight to start the 2017/18 season after a 5-1 defeat in their home opener to the Estevan Bruins.

The Bruins used 5 different goal scorers en route to the victory while Troy Williams had the lone goal for the Mils.

The Mils return to the ice on Friday night when they host the Weyburn Red Wings. GX94 will broadcast the game with Yorkton Dodge Junior Hockey, pregame 7:20 pxp at 7:30.


In MJHL Preseason,

The Swan Valley Stampeders for the 2nd straight game defeated the Wayway Wolverines this time by a 6-3 result.

Trevar Mann and Connor Navrot each had 2G 1A for the Stamps to lead way while Shane Roulette and Matthew Osadick also scored.

Brendan Martin, Armaan Thiara and Jayson Brooks scored for the Wolverines.

The two teams both open their seasons against the OCN Blizzard. The Wolverines visit them Friday while Swan takes on the Blizzard on Saturday evening.

Friday, 15 September 2017

Terriers prevail; Mils fall on 2017/18 SJHL Opening Night

The Yorkton Terriers started the new season on the right foot after a 3-1 road victory over the Weyburn Red Wings on Friday night.

Shane Sherban and Slater Strong (pictured above) led the way for the Terriers with 1G 1A each while Dalton Ossman sealed the game with a late empty net goal in the final minute.

Dawson Atamanchuk had the lone marker for the Red Wings.

Terrier netminder Logan Bateman made 36 saves on 37 shots to get his 1st SJHL win while Arik Weersink turned aside 31 shots for the Wings in the loss.

The two teams will meet in the back end of the home and home series on Sunday afternoon from the Farrell Agencies Arena. GX94 will broadcast the game with Yorkton Dodge Junior Hockey, pregame 4:20, pxp at 4:30.

Elsewhere in the SJHL,

The Melville Millionaires gave up a 3rd period en route to a 4-2 road loss in Estevan against the Bruins.

Clayton Eisler and Alex Maticic provided the offence for the Mils while Colby Entz was solid in making 38 saves on 41 shots in a losing cause.

Aigne McGeady-Bruce, Michael McCheseny, Issac Embree (GWG) and Zack Goberis (Empty Net) replied for the Bruins.

The two teams go right back at it on Saturday for a 7:30 face-off from the Horizon Credit Union Center in Melville.

Other SJHL Scores:

Flin Flon Bombers 5  La Ronge Ice Wolves 1
Kindersley Klippers 0  Battlefords North Stars 1 (OT)
Nipawin Hawks 3  Melfort Mustangs 4 (OT)

Swan Valley Stampeders Coaches Show - Sept 15th (presented by Valley Bearing & Audio)


In this 1st "Valley Bearing & Auto" Swan Valley Stampeders Coaches Show of 2017/18, Head Coach/GM Taurean White chats about Thursdays win over Wayway, the preseason thus far and much more.

Sept 15th Local Scores/Schedule

MJHL Preseason (2)
Swan Valley Stampeders 6
@ Wayway Wolverines 3
Portage Terriers 4 @ Winnipeg Blues 3

Conference 3 9-Man High School Football
Esterhazy Warriors 32
Broadview Bandits 0

Midget AAA Hockey Preseason (3)
Beardy's Blackhawks 2 @ Battlefords Stars 8
Prince Albert Mintos 2 @ Saskatoon Contacts 3
Notre Dame Hounds 1 @ Regina Pat Canadians 4

Major League Baseball
Toronto Blue Jays 2 @ Minnesota Twins 3 IN  10 innings


CFL (1)
Saskatchewan Roughriders @ Hamilton Tiger-Cats 5PM
**(Pregame show at 4PM,  pxp at 5PM with The Cooperators Roughriders football on GX94)

SJHL (5)
**Opening Night**

Yorkton Terriers @ Weyburn Red Wings 7:30
Melville Millionaires @ Estevan Bruins 7:30
La Ronge Ice Wolves @ Flin Flon Bombers
Nipawin Hawks @ Melfort Mustangs
Battlefords North Stars @ Kindersley Klippers

High School Football
**Moose Jaw 3A 12-Man (Friday Night Lights)**

Weyburn Eagles @ Yorkton Regional Raider Gridders 7PM at Kinsmen Century Field
**Conference 3 9-Man**

Yorkton Sacred Heart Saints @ Foam Lake Panthers 7PM
**Conference 1 (1A) 6-Man**
Southey Screaming Eagles @ North Valley Eagles in Lemberg
Cupar Wildcats @ Ituna Trojans
Raymore Rebels @ Milestone Cougars
(All games at 4PM)

**Conference 4 (1A) 6-Man**
Porcupine Plain Bears @ Hudson Bay Riders 4PM

Conference 3 (2A) 6-Man**
Assiniboia Rockets @ Wynyard Golden Bears 4PM
Davidson Raiders @ Preeceville Panthers 4PM

Midget AAA Hockey Preseason (3)
Yorkton Rawtec Maulers @ Tisdale Trojans 7:30
Team Sask U16 vs. Regina Pat Canadians 8PM in Wilcox
Saskatoon Blazers @ Prince Albert Mintos 8PM

MJHL Preseason (3)
Virden Oil Capitals @ Dauphin Kings 7:30PM MB time
Winkler Flyers @ Neepawa Natives
Steinbach Pistons @ Selkirk Steelers

Major League Baseball 
Toronto Blue Jays @ Minnesota Twins 6:10 SK time

Thursday, 14 September 2017

SJHL/MJHL to host 1st annual Showcase together in January 2018

The Saskatchewan Jr A Hockey League and the Manitoba Jr A Hockey League are proud to announce the 1st MJHL/SJHL Showcase.
The Showcase will be held at the Co-operators Centre in Regina, January 15th and 16th, 2018.
The Showcase will feature the top 60 players from each league. The 3 teams from each league will consist of players from the ages 16 to 20 years of age selected by the coaches of their own leagues.
Kim Davis, the Commissioner of the Manitoba Jr A Hockey League stated, “The MJHL is extremely excited about the opportunity to collaborate with the SJHL by showcasing the top players in our league in a new event that gives our players a chance to showcase their skills and abilities for Scouts from all higher levels of hockey. When discussing what the league could do to promote its players even more than it currently does, the two leagues jointly determined that an event such as this would fit the need for player and Scouts.”
President of the Saskatchewan Jr A Hockey League Bill Chow, would like to recognize the SJHL/MJHL Showcase sponsors, Sask-Milk, Regina Hotel Association with our sponsors support these players will be able to showcase their talents in front of NHL, CIS and NCAA scouts.