Tuesday, 2 September 2014

Notre Dame Hounds add former Millionaire as Assistant Coach

(Notre Dame Hounds Press Release)

 The Notre Dame Hounds are pleased to announce that they have added former SJHL (Estevan, Melville) player Bear Trapp as an Asst Coach. Bear comes to the Hounds as an experienced Jr A (Estevan, Melville), NCAA Div 1 (Sacred Heart) and professional (ECHL) hockey player. Trapp was a 2nd team All Star in his last year in the SJHL and was the AHA Rookie of the Year in 2006 as a member of the Sacred Heart (Fairfield, CT) University Pioneers. He also was nominated or won other numerous awards as a member of Sacred Heart's hockey team, including:  AHA All Rookie Team 2006; Sacred Heart University Freshman Male Athlete of the Year 2006; AHA All Tournament Team 2007; AHA Second Team All-Star 2008; Hobey Baker Nominee 2007, 2008.
"Adding someone with the playing acumen Bear has will be a nice fit to our team. He has played where many players say they would like to be Division 1 hockey", said Head Coach/GM Clint Mylymok.  "Bear was a very talented player in the SJHL and university. Having him on the ice and on the bench with our players will be extremely beneficial. He shares the same goals we have as a program, which is helping guide players to the next step of playing college hockey in Canada or the U.S."
Bear currently works in the Private Investment industry for Raintree Financial Solutions out of Regina, and is looking forward to getting involved with the coaching aspect of hockey.

"I am really looking forward to getting involved again at the SJHL level, with a league that did a lot for me.  I am excited about sharing my passion, knowledge, and contact base with the kids in our program.  I am thankful to Clint for the opportunity to get back with the SJHL and look forward to helping build a winning program at ND."

The Hounds kick off training camp September 5.

Wayway Wolverines Coaches Show-- Sept 2nd Edition

On this weeks edition, Wayway Wolverines Head Coach/GM Barry Butler recaps this past weekend's training camp, the upcoming preseason games and about the return of a couple players from WHL Camps.

Monday, 1 September 2014

Terriers shutout Mils in 2014 Rookie Game

Rosters for 2014 edition of the Rookie Game between the Melville Millionaires and Yorkton Terriers

Scoring Summary: 
1st- YOR-- Mason Mullaney (98) from Regan Seiferling (97) 13:18 
2nd- YOR-- Daylin Smallchild (97) Unassisted 

Goaltending-- YOR - Carson Bogdan (96) 15 saves on 15 shots 
                                       Bailey Stephans (96) 17 saves on 17 shots 

                           MLV - Josh Bykowski (95) 20 saves on 20 shots 
                                       Lucas Frawley (95) 8 saves on 10 shots


 GX94 Newsman Catlin Hogan caught up with Terriers Head Coach/GM Trent Cassan for the Sept 1st Edition of the Terriers Coaches Show.

Sunday, 31 August 2014

Swan Valley Stampeders Training Camp Recap 2014

Stamps' send Erb to Aurora 

The Swan Valley Stampeders also swung a trade dealing away 20 year old forward Nic Erb to the Aurora Tigers of the Ontario Junior Hockey League for 20 year old defenseman Braedan Pearl and future consideration.

Erb, a London Ontario native had 26 goals and 27 assists for 53 points in 60 regular season games with the Stamps last season. Meanwhile, Pearl from L'Original Ontario had 6 points in 28 games with the New Jersey Hitmen of the USPHL last season.

Wednesday, 27 August 2014

Mils Coaches Show-- Aug 27th Edition

In the first installment of the Melville Millionaires Coaches Show for the 2014/15 season Head Coach/GM Jamie Fiesel talks about this weekend's training camp and about what spots might be the most up in the air.

** Mils are also still looking for some billets for the upcoming hockey season. If you can help out the club please call Dwayne Kraft at 306-728-5627 or Neil Lamberty at 306-728-2321.

Saskatchewan Junior Hockey League Showcase 2014

(From SJHL.ca)

The Showcase will be held September 29th and September 30th 2014 in Warman Saskatchewan.
Warman is conveniently located 25 minutes north of Saskatoon.

The SJHL Showcase will include the top players from each team and each age group and will consist of 6 teams.

The teams will consist of players in the following age categories:
19 and 20 year olds; 17 and 18 year olds; 16 and 17 year olds. Each age group will have 2 teams.
These teams will play 1 game against each other on Monday and Tuesday.

This format is to allow the scouts to see the top 120 players in the SJHL in these age groups as determined by the coaches in the Saskatchewan Junior Hockey League.

Sunday Sept. 28th 2014.
**The Saskatchewan Junior Hockey League introduces the Top 80 from the Saskatchewan Midget AAA League***

This game will be played on Sunday Sept 28th 2014 in Warman.

Sept 28/14 Top 40 Sask Midget - 16 yr old 1:30pm
Sept 28/14 Top 40 Sask Midget - 17 yr old 4:00pm
Sept.29/14 Rookie 16-17 yr old 12:15pm
Sept.29/14 Sophomore 17-18 yr old 3:00pm
Sept.29/14 Veteran 19-20 yr old 5:30pm
Sept.30/14 Rookie 16-17 yr old 10:15am
Sept.30/14 Sophomore 17-18 yr old 12:45pm
Sept.30/14 Veteran 19-20 yr old 3:15pm

Tuesday, 26 August 2014

Wayway Coaches Show- Aug. 26th Edition

In the first Wayway Wolverines Coaches of the 2014/15 seasonn, Head Coach and GM Barry Butler chats about the ongoing rookie and main training camps and also about the good nucleus of 15-17 returnees that are coming back.