Friday, 22 March 2019

MJHL Semi-Final Preview- #2 Swan Valley Stampeders vs. #3 Steinbach Pistons


 





REGULAR SEASON


Swan Valley's Leaders

Points: Tripp (84), Goethals (79), Osadick, (63)

Goals: Tripp (36), Goethals (34), Osadick (29)

Assists: Tripp (48), Goethals (45), Sudom (39)

D-Man Points: Sudom (55), Hirst (40), Quinn (24)

Rookie Points: Cockburn (12), Glasrud (8), Betcher (5)



Playoffs

Points: Sudom (7), Kruse, Goethals, Uryga, Harris (6)

Goals: 
Kruse (5), Tripp (4), Goethals, Scantlebury (3)

Assists:
Sudom (7), Harris, Hirst (5)


Steinbach's Leaders



Points: Martin (58), McConnell (47), Vaeth, Williams (44)

Goals:
Martin (31), McConnell (20), Vaeth, Tatro (18)

Assists:
Williams (36), Martin, McConnell (27)

D-Man Points:
Williams (44), Graham (27), Ireland (20)

Rookie Points:
Bettens (29), Neill (14), Beauchemin (12)




Playoffs

Points:
Bettens (8), Mole (5), Bennett (5)

Goals:
Mole, Martin, McConnell (3)

Assists:
Bettens (6), Bennett (4), Williams (4)



Season Series (6 games)

Oct 6-- 5-2 Steinbach
Oct 14--  3-2 Swan Valley
Nov 17-- 2-1 (SO)  Steinbach
Nov 18-- 4-2 Swan Valley
Dec 15-- 3-0 Swan Valley
Dec 16-- 4-3 Steinbach


Swan Valley: 3-2-0-1
Steinbach: 3-3-0-0


Swan Valley Goaltending (Regular Season)


#33 Merek Pipes-- 31GP 20-8-1 4SO 2.45GAA 0.924 SV%
#35 Michael Davis-- 24GP 18-3-2 1SO 2.97GAA 0.904 SV%


Swan Valley Goaltending (Playoffs)

#33 Merek Pipes-- 4GP   4-0 record   3.00GAA  0.913SV%

Steinbach Goaltending (Regular Season )


#30 Matt Radomsky-- 27-12-1 record   2.06GAA  0.929SV%  6 SO
#1 Matt Lenz--   12-15-3 record    2.10GAA   0.930SV%    3 SO

Steinbach Goaltending (Playoffs)


#30 Matt Radomsky--  6GP   4-2 record    3.40GAA  0.908 SV%


Special Teams


Swan Valley

Reg Season PP: 4th- (21.3%)
Reg Season PK:
6th- (81.4%)


Playoffs PP: (4/24) = 16.7%
Playoffs PK:
75.0%



Steinbach


Reg Season PP: 6th - (19.6%)
Reg Season PK: 1st - (87.0%)

Playoffs PP:
(4/23) = 17.4%
Playoffs PK: 87.0%

Series Schedule:



GM 1 (Fri. Mar 22nd)-- Steinbach @ Swan Valley 7:30 MB

GM 2 (Sat. Mar 23rd) -- Steinbach @ Swan Valley 7:30 MB**(picked up in progress at 7PM MB time after Kinsmen Radio Bingo)

GM 3 (Wed. Mar 27th) - Swan Valley @ Steinbach 7:30 MB**

GM 4 (Thurs. Mar 28th) - Swan Valley @ Steinbach 7:30 MB**

*GM 5 (Sat. Mar 30th) - Steinbach @ Swan Valley  7:30 MB

*GM 6 (Mon. Apr 1st) - Swan Valley @ Steinbach 7:30 MB

*GM 7 (Wed. Apr 3rd) - Steinbach @ Swan Valley 7:30 MB


*If necessary

**on GX94


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Series Preview with Stamps Head Coach/GM Barry Wolff:

Thursday, 21 March 2019

Local teams competing in Hoopla 2019 this weekend in Saskatoon!



FRIDAY, MARCH 22ND

2A Boys 

4:15PM- Norquay vs. Regina Harvest City (at Centennial) 

2A Girls 

7:45PM- Wynyard vs. Canora (at St. Joseph's) 

3A Boys 

11AM- Indian Head vs. Regina Christian (at Evan Hardy)

3A Girls 

4:15PM- Melville vs. Briercrest (Caronport)

Results and Schedule found HERE

Riders' Head Coach Dickenson headlines the 13th annual Football Night in Saskatchewan in Yorkton this May!

                                     
Before taking on his new gig as Head Coach of the Saskatchewan Roughriders this upcoming season, Craig Dickenson will be in Yorkton to speak at the 13th edition of Football Night in Saskatchewan which will take place on May 4th at the St. Mary's Cultural Center in Yorkton.

The night is once again presented by the Cornerstone Credit Union, Saskatchewan Roughriders and of course Yorkton Minor Football.

Yorkton Minor Football President Roby Sharpe says to get Dickenson is pretty awesome. 

"Ya we are pretty excited to get him, talking with Craig Reynolds, they say he's just a wonderful guy whose very well spoken and well respected by his players and fellow coaches so we are pretty excited he's coming."

As it is each and every year Football Night in Saskatchewan is once again Yorkton Minor Football’s biggest fundraiser and Sharpe says all the funds raise will right back to the football community.

“The  money that we raise at Football Night goes towards Yorkton Minor Football and to our kids,” said Sharpe.  “It's not cheap to play football and we started this night to keep football affordable for all of our kids; raising money so that the local area kids can afford to play football in the city & area.”

Sharpe also add the the night brings alot of the community together.

"We got the Adult Jazz band performing, we got the cheerleaders, we got the auction items, we got the speakers, we got some games and all in all its just a fun night to be a part of."

Cocktails will begin at 5PM with the supper starting at 7PM.

Tickets are $50 per person or you can get a corporate table for $400 and you can get those tickets by contacting Yorkton Minor Football at 306-521-1231 or 306-621-9660.


Chat with Yorkton Minor Football's Roby Sharpe below:

Brandt's big night in Game 4 pushes the Terriers to within a win of SJHL Semi-Final round

The Yorkton Terriers have pushed the defending champion Nipawin Hawks to the brink of elimination after winning Game 4 on Wednesday night, 5-2 at the Farrell Agencies Arena.

The Terriers would get off to their best start of the series as just 4:35 in, Mason Mullaney would add his 4th goal in as many games on the PP to get out in front 1-0. Then two goals just 24 seconds just under 4 minutes later Chantz Petruic and Quin Hobbs would give the home-side a 3-0 lead and that would draw a goalie change from the Hawks as Declan Hobbs was pulled after allowing 3 goals on 10 shots. Before the 1st intermission would come the Hawks cut their deficit to just two once again as  Walker Cote would hammer home a rebound off a Jaxsen Wiebe shot and would get it past Ryan Ouellette for his 2nd of the series to make it 3-1 after 1 period.

In the 2nd, the Hawks add some good chances at the beginning of the period but just didn't get the results and it would be Yorkton getting the only marker as Colby Brandt would capitalize on a Hawks' turnover at the Terrier blue-line and he would go in one beat Patrick Pugliese five-hole to make it a 3 goal lead after 40 minutes.

Josh Lester would cut the Hawks within two once again as he would chip it past Ouellette for his 1st SJHL playoff goal but in the end it would Colby Brandt wrapping up a big night icing the game with his 2nd of the night into the empty net to give the Terriers their 3rd straight win.

Terriers goaltender Ryan Ouellette improved his record to 5-2 in the playoffs after making 32 saves on 34 shots. Meanwhile Hawks starter Declan Hobbs was pulled after allowing 3 goals on 10 shots and he was relieved for Patrick Pugilese who was solid stopping 29 of 30 shots.

So the Terriers have a chance to advance to the SJHL's Final Four on Friday night with a victory in Game number 5 from the Cage in Nipawin. GX94 will broadcast the game with Yorkton Dodge Junior Playoff Hockey, "Sask Milk" pregame show is on the air starting at 7:20 with the PXP kicking off at 7:30.


Game 4 Star Colby Brandt spoke Post Game




Game 4 Post Game with Terriers Head Coach/GM Mat Hehr



In Wednesday's other SJHL game,

Brandson Hein scored the OT winner just 17 seconds into the extra frame as the Flin Flon Bombers stayed alive with a 2-1 win over the Battlefords North Stars.

The Stars still lead the series, 3-1 and will host Game 5 on Friday night





Wednesday, 20 March 2019

Roblin's Brook named a nominee for WHL's Top Defenceman; Local products named to WHL All-Star teams



The Western Hockey League is out with their Eastern and Western Conference nominees for their major individual awards for the 2018/19 season.

Among the nominees was Moose Jaw Warrior defenceman and Roblin, Manitoba product Josh Brook who is up as a nominee for the league's Top Defenceman.

The 19 year old Montreal Canadiens prospect had 16 goals, 59 assists for 75 points in 59 games which tied him with Saskatoon Blades D Dawson Davidson for the points lead among Dman.

Brook will go up against Canadian Junior teammate Ty Smith of the Spokane Chiefs for the award.

Other WHL award nominees can be found HERE:

Meanwhile also today (Wed), the league announced his 1st and 2nd team All-Star teams for their respective conferences.

Brook, Moosomin's Dawson Davidson (Saskatoon Blades), and Swan River's Tristan Langan of the Moose Jaw Warriors were all named to the Eastern Conference's 1st All-Star team while the Pas, MB's Connor Dewar (Everett Silvertips) was selected to the 1st All-Star team for the Western Conference.

To take a look at the full list of All-Star teams Click Here


Waywayseecappo Wolverines Coaches Show - March 19th edition



In the final Waywayseecappo Wolverines' Coaches show of 2018/19, Head Coach/GM Taylor Harnett recaps the season that came to an end over the weekend, talks about their improvement and talks about what the graduating 20 year olds meant to the organization.

Bruchkowski's 2 goals leads Terriers to Game 3 home ice win over Nipawin


The Yorkton Terriers have won their 2nd straight in the SJHL Quarter-Final series defeating the Nipawin Hawks 3-2 in Game 3 from the Farrell Agencies Arena.

The Hawks like they did in Game 1 would strike first as Jaxsen Wiebe would beat Ryan Ouellette over the far side for his 1st of the playoffs to make it 1-0. But the Terriers would respond just 1:10 later as Colby Brandt's long shot would hit the stick of Cody Bruchkowski and get past Declan Hobbs for the Cochenour, Ontario's 2nd of the playoff to make it even at 1-1 after 20 minutes.

In the 2nd, Nipawin would regain their one goal lead as Jake Tremblay would find a loose puck and slide past Ouellette for his 3rd of the postseason to make it 2-1. But once again the Terriers would come back to even it up as on the PP, Mason Mullaney took a nice feed from Branden Klatt and walked to the high-slot and beat the Hawks netminder for his 3rd to even it up at 2-2 after 2 periods.

The Terriers would get the only marker of the 3rd at the 4:29 mark and it would stand up as the game winner as Colby Brandt made a nice inside-out move around a Hawks defender and would send it on net where Cody Bruchkowski would tap in for his 2nd of the postseason to give the Terriers the home ice victory.

Terriers G Ryan Ouellette turned aside 29 of 31 shots to earn his 4th playoff win while his counterpart in veteran Declan Hobbs made 24 stops in the loss.

The two teams will go right back at it in Game 4 on Wednesday night from the FAA. GX94 will broadcast the game with Yorkton Dodge Junior Hockey, "Sask Milk" pregame show begins at 7:20 with the PXP starting at 7:30.

If you want to get your tickets for Game 4, you can do so by clicking HERE


Post Game with Terriers F Cody Bruchkowski



Post Game with Terriers HC/GM Mat Hehr



Other SJHL Quarter-Final results:

Estevan Bruins 4 Humboldt Broncos 8
(Humboldt leads Best of 7 series, 3-1)


Melfort Mustangs 1 Kindersley Klippers 2 (OT)
(Melfort leads Best of 7 series, 3-1)


Battlefords North Stars 3 Flin Flon Bombers 2 OT
(Battlefords leads Best of 7 series, 3-0)