Thursday, 16 August 2018

Yorkton Rawtec Maulers get set to kick-off Training Camp today!

                                      

Training Camp will be held this weekend at the Farrell Agencies Arean for the Saskatchewan Midget AAA's Yorkton Rawtec Maulers

Mauler Head Kevin Rawlick adds he expects a pretty competitive camp.

"It's gonna be high, high pace. Our identity we want to establish is quick, fast, very physical and of course very disciplined. We want to find the kids that have the right character", Rawlick said in a phone interview this morning.

The camp will kick off today with registration at 2PM and fitness testing starting at 4:15 and then will go all weekend with on-ice sessions and wrap up with an Intra-Squad games on Sunday at 11AM and 1:30PM.

Rawlick says they got also something special during the final game to feature a couple alumni.

"We are going to induct Kaedan Korczak and Nolan Maier into our wall of fame, that features some of the NHL and Junior players from the past, and we felt with their recent success with Hockey Canada winning a World Championship that they deserve the honour."

For more information on the camp Click Here


Full chat with Maulers Head Coach/GM Kevin Rawlick

Deer Park Golf Report - Aug 16th edition


               This weeks "Deer Park Golf Course Report" with Director of Golf Al Sauser

Yorkton Terriers sign local product Bulych ahead of 2018/19 season


(From Terriers twitter @SJHLTerriers)

The Yorkton Terriers announce the signing of another local product ahead of the 2018/19 SJHL season.

The team announced that former Yorkton Rawtec Mauler captain and 17 year old Aiden Bulych will join the club.

The Yorkton product had 13 goals, 21 assists for 34 points in 42 SMAAAHL games this past season.

Bulych also was an affiliated player with the Terriers for 7 games in 2017/18, scoring 2 goals and adding 1 assist.

Tuesday, 14 August 2018

Melville Millionaires (SJHL) add Trio of Locals for 2018/19 Season


The Melville Millionaires have added a trio of local talent for the 2018-2019 season.  Joining the team are defenceman Tyler Pryhitka and forwards Jaxon Tait and Luke Nkwama.
Pryhitka from Melville spent last season with the Regina Pat C's and captured a Mac's Midget Tournament championship.  He has appeared in 6 games with the Mils in that past.  Tyler brings a physical edge along with a heavy shot.
Tait from Melville spent last season with the Prince Albert Mintos registering 26 points in 46 games.  He is known to be a tough to play against power forward.
Nkwama currently resides in Outlook, SK but grew up playing his minor hockey in Melville.  Nkwama is a speedy and gritty forward who put up 27 points in 43 games with the Prince Albert Mintos last season.
Welcome to the Mils Tyler, Jaxon and Luke!

(Mils Press Release)

NHL and NHLPA to host Humboldt Hockey Day on Friday, August 24th

The National Hockey League Players’ Association (NHLPA) and the National Hockey League (NHL) are coming to Humboldt to host Humboldt Hockey Day on Friday, August 24 to celebrate the strength and resilience of the Humboldt Broncos community – a community that has worked so hard to support each other following the April 6 tragedy. 

During the 2017-18 Stanley Cup playoffs, Washington Capitals forward and Saskatoon native, Chandler Stephenson announced his intention to bring the Stanley Cup to Humboldt if the Capitals won. Adhering to his promise, Stanley Cup champion Stephenson will be on hand to meet and interact with the Humboldt community members who attend the Humboldt Hockey Day event. 


In addition to the Stanley Cup, there will be a Hockey Hall of Fame display, interactive games, and a Saskatchewan Sports Hall of Fame exhibit trailer for people to tour. There also will be two pick-up street hockey rinks located in the curling rink where local kids will have the opportunity to play shinny with both current and former NHL players. Kids are asked to bring their hockey sticks with them.

The Broncos will have Humboldt Strong merchandise for sale, with proceeds going to the Humboldt Strong Community Foundation.

The main concession will be open throughout the event and local restaurants will also be serving food and drink outside the Elgar Petersen Uniplex.

As the Humboldt Broncos prepare to launch into a new season, the NHLPA and NHL, along with its players and member clubs, wish to show their support to the organization, the community and the incoming team as they embark on a new hockey season.  


Date:               Friday, August 24, 2018        
Time:               12 p.m. – 1:30 p.m. (Stanley Cup); 12 p.m. – 2:30 p.m. (interactives/street hockey)
Where:            Elgar Petersen Uniplex
                        Humboldt, Saskatchewan
Who:                General public are invited to attend
Bring:               Kids are encouraged to bring their hockey sticks, if they wish to participate in the street hockey games.


(SJHL Press release)

2018/19 Yorkton Terriers Season Launch Meet & Greet set for this Friday!


Monday, 13 August 2018

2018/19 MJHL Preseason Schedule released


Preseason action in the MJHL kicks off Monday, September 3 with Swan Valley Stampeders taking on Dauphin Kings while the Wayway Wolverines kick off their preseason on Wednesday September 5th in Ochapowace when they take on the Virden Oil Capitals.

The preseason season wraps up on September 18.

The regular season kicks off Friday, September 21. Defending MJHL champions Steinbach Pistons will open their regular season on Friday at home against Waywayseecappo Wolverines.

“The pre-season is an exciting time for players trying to make an impression on their respective coaches,” MJHL Commissioner Kim Davis said today. “The pre-season is the first step into junior A hockey.

“Teams are carefully evaluating their talent, both long-term prospects and those players who could potentially be in the line-up for opening night. Preseason is also a good opportunity for fans to see the stars of the future.”

The complete preseason schedule can be viewed on the MJHL website.

(MJHL Press Release)