Wednesday, 25 November 2015

Waywayseecappo wins; Mils lose on Tuesday Night Recap

The Wayway Wolverines and Selkirk Steelers combined for 12 goals in regulation, but it would be the Wolverines getting that decisive 13th goal in the shootout as they slipped by the Steelers 7-6 on Tuesday night.

Brock Paddock had the game winner for Wayway while Brayden Cullum (1G 2A), Alex Keena (1G 2A) and Johl Swedlo {pictured above) (2G 1A) all had 3 points each to lead the way.

Aaron Dupasquier and Ty Enns chipped in with singles.

20 year old Greg Harney made 27 saves for the Wolverines to get the W.

The Wolverines will have the night off tonight (Wed) before they start a 3 game in 3 night stretch on Thursday night visiting the Winnipeg Blues at 7PM


In the SJHL.

For the 2nd straight game, the Melville Millionaires fell in defeat to the Viterra division leading Weyburn Red Wings, this time a 4-0 loss on home ice.

Former Yorkton Midget AAA Mauler goaltender and rookie netminder Carter Phair made 26 saves for his 1st SJHL shutout.

The Mils next action will be on Friday when they host the 4th installment of the Highway 10 battle against the Yorkton Terriers. GX94 will have all the action on Friday from the Horizon Credit Union Center with Yorkton Dodge Junior Hockey, pregame 7:20 pxp at 7:30.


Speaking of the Mils, they have traded 19 year old forward Brett Kitt (pictured above) to the Melfort Mustangs (SJHL) for Future considerations (player development fee)

The Brandon, MB product had 3 goals, 8 assists for 11 point in 22 games with the Mils.


Mils Coaches Show- Nov 25th edition with Head Coach/GM Jamie Fiesel

Monday, 23 November 2015

Wayway acquires Durdle from Virden (MJHL


The Wayway Wolverines have added some more veteran depth for their back-end.

The Wolverines have acquired 19 year old dman Cody Durdle from the Virden Oil Capitals for future considerations.

In 16 games this season with the Oil Caps, the Portage MB product had 5 goals, 2 assists and 4 minutes in penalties.

Weekly Terriers Coaches Show with Trent Cassan- Nov 23rd Edition

Friday, 20 November 2015

Terriers; Mils snap losing streaks with wins on road

The Yorkton Terriers snap their 3 game losing streak in dramatic fashion defeating the Weyburn Red Wings 3-2 in the whoooo on Friday night. 

After a very entertaining but scoreless opening period, the Terriers would be able to pot one in the middle frame as Cole Keenleyside would deflect home his 4th of the season to give the Terriers a /0 after 2 period. 

In the 3rd, Tucker Neuberger would tie things up for the Red Wings slipping it through the five-hole of Matt Kustra (pictured above) to make it 1-1. Then with just over 4 mins remaining as just as their powerplay expired as Connor Burk grab the loose puck and slip it home to give the home team ther first lead at 2-1. The Terriers with the goalie pulled would be able o get the equalizer as Kailum Gervais would take a nice feed in the slot and go five-hole on Jack Burgart to tie things up at 2-2 and force overtime.

After a scoreless overtime the two teams would head to overtime. 


Jordan Evans- Goal 
Brandon Sookro- Goal 

Jacob Jeske- No Goal 
Carson Rose- Goal 
Braden Mellon- No goal 

Matt Kustra made 34 saves for the victory in goal for the Terriers while Jack Burgart turned aside 24 in the loss. 

The Terriers next action will be right back on Saturday when they host the Nipawin Hawks at 7:30. 


Elsewhere in the SJHL,

The Melville Millionaires kept pace with their Highway 10 rivals hammering the Notre Dame Hounds 5-1 on Friday in a game played in Grenfell. 

Tyson Predinchuk (pictured above) led the way for the Mils with 2G 1A while Christian Stevens, Kirk Bear and Mitch Foyle also scored for the Moneymen. 

Josh Bykowski got the win in goal for Melville whose next action is on Saturday when they visit the Weyburn Red Wings at 7:30 from Crescent Point Place. 


Over in the MJHL, 

Things looked good for the Swan Valley Stampeders with a 2-1 lead after 20 but then the Winkler Flyers scored 5 unanswered goals to beat the Stamps 6-2. 

Trevor Mann and Josh Tripp scored for Swan while Brett Evans made 39 saves in the loss. 

The Stamps wrap up their roady on Saturday visiting the Winnipeg Blues at 7:00 

Thursday, 19 November 2015

Oil Caps dump Wayway 5-1 on Thursday night

The Virden Oil Capitals evened up the season series with the Wayway at a game apiece after beating the Wolverines 5-1 on Thursday night at Tundra Oil & Gas Place in Virden. 

The Oil Caps would get on the board first after a slow start for both sides as 13:18 in Mack Hardy would fire home his team leading 9th of the season to give Virden an early 1-0 lead. Wolverines would be able to convert on a PP goal just 2:13 later as Ty Enns would take a nice feed back door from Johl Swedlo and put home his 8th of the year to make it 1-1. But before the first period buzzer could go the Oil Caps would get a powerplay goal of their own as Nolan Ross would deflect home his 7th of the season give his team a 2-1 lead after 1 period. Shots 18-6 Virden.

After a scoreless 2nd, the Oil Caps would add their 2nd PP goal as Ben Dalke would bang home his 7th of the season to help Virden grab their first 2 goal lead at 3-1. The home team would add a couple more in the 3rd off the sticks as Nolan Ross and Mack Hardy would both grab their 2nd goals of the night to help the Oil Caps win their 13th game of the season a 5-1 decision over Waywayseecappo.

Sean Keuhn made 28 saves for his 12th win of the season in goal for Virden while Wayway netminder Brandon Holtby was sharp despite in a losing cause making 33 saves on 38 shots.

The Wolverines next action will be on Tuesday night when they welcome the Selkirk Steelers at the Wayway Arena Complex at 7:30. 

Wednesday, 18 November 2015

Tripp leads Swan Valley to 5-0 blanking over Neepawa; Terriers drop 3rd straight to La Ronge on Wednesday Night

The Swan Valley Stampeders are now winners of 5 of their last 7 games as they hammered the Neepawa Natives on Wednesday night at the Yellowhead Center. 

17 year old Swan River product led the way with 2 goals, 1 assist while Josh Martin, Cody Ellington and Gavin Froese also scored for the Stamps. Tristan Langan chipped in with 2 assists. 

Zach Degraves stopped all 39 shots he face for his 1st shutout of the season. 

The Stamps continue on the road with a couple of games on the weekend starting on Friday night when they visit the Winkler Flyers


The Yorkton Terriers once again outshot the La Ronge Ice Wolves but for the third straight game they fell to the Wolves this time 4-1 on home ice at the Farrell Agencies Arena.

Regan Seiferling got the lone goal of the game, the Teddy Bear Toss marker for the Terriers in the final minute while Jakob Severson made 18 saves on 22 shots in the losing cause.

The Terriers next action will be on Friday night on GX94 with Yorkton Dodge Junior Hockey when they visit the Weyburn Red Wings at Crescent Point Place. Pregame show is at 7:20, pxp at 7:30