Sunday 30 September 2012

Naud leads Way Way to 6-4 over Neepawa.

Jean-Michel Naud had a breakout game as his hat trick helped the Way Way Wolverines to their first win of the season over the Neepawa Natives 6-4. Newcomers 20 year olds David Haaf and Zane Morin, who were acquired earlier in the week each got goals from pretty much the same place on the ice from the point and Wolves captain Curtis Veitch was credited with an empty netter late. Derrick Brooks, TJ Sneath and Brayden Cuthbert replied for the Neepawa Natives. Wolves 20 year old goalie Cory Simons stopped 36 shots to get his first victory of the season.
While in Wilcox, the Yorkton Terriets dropped their first of the season a 2-1 loss to the Notre Dame Hounds. Jeremy Johnson's third of the seas was lone goal for the Terriers.

Saturday 29 September 2012

Swan Valley gets their first win 4-3 over Way Way; Mils fall in Kindersley

The Swan Valley Stampeders were able to get goals from 4 different players and were able to hold off a late Way Way charge as they got their first win of the season defeating the Way Way Wolverines 4-3. Brayden McDonald, Max Flanagan, Bo Clinton and Jeff Bartel scored for the Stamps. While Brett Lafond got 2 goals for the Wolverines including one on a penalty shot , and Brett Pinkerton got the other.

Way Way returns to action on Sunday, when they visit Neepawa. 6:20 Pregame , 6:30 Play by Play on GX94
While in Kindersley, the Mils record fell to 3-2 on the season as they fell 3-1 to the Klippers. Russell Trudeau got the lone goal for the Moneymen. Former Yorkton Terrier tender and Calder product Warren Shymko with the win in the net stopping 21 shots.

Friday 28 September 2012

Terriers make it 2 straight with 5-3 win over Humboldt, Mils Win big in North Battleford.


Trent Cassan says it wasn't the best effort by his club, but a win is a win as the Yorkton Terriers defeated the defending SJHL Champion Humboldt Broncos 5-3 on home ice on Friday. 20-year old Brenden Poncelet opened the scoring for Yorkton 3:40 into the 1st as his seeing-eye wrister caught goaltender Matt Hyrnkiw off guard for his 1st of the season. Then 13:07 into the 2nd frame Zak Majkowski took a nice feed downlow from Derek Falloon and barried his 1st of the season to make it 2-0.
      The Humboldt Broncos would reply 1:58 later on their 5th powerplay chance , Adam Zbitniff got his team on the board to cut the Terriers lead to 2-1.But 3:28 later, the Terriers regained their two goal lead as Jeremy Johnson directed a half-wrister at the net and it got past Hyrnkiw for his 2nd of the season.

        But the Humboldt Broncos didn't want to go down just yet as David Miazga banged ohome the loose puck to cut the lead to 3-2. At 17:06 into the 3rd, Joey Davies skated along the goal line and shot the puck towards the front of the Terrier net and it deflected off a Terrier defenders leg to tie the game at 3. Nathan Murray played hero with 49 seconds to go as he took the loose puck and beat the defender wide and went forehand backhand and slipped it past the goalie to give the Terriers their final lead which they wouldn't give up. Tyler Giebel would ice 20 seconds later to put the icing on the cake.

         The Yorkton Terriers were out shot 37-24, and goaltender Kale Thomson was the best player on the ice as he seemed solid and poised and nothing rattled him, and he was the difference or the result couldve been in the opposite direction

The Terriers next action will be on Sunday when they visit Wilcox to take on the Notre Dame Hounds at 7:30

Terriers Head Coach Trent Cassan Postgame
While in North Battleford, the Melville Millionaires scored 6 times in the 2nd period, and 4 more times in the third as for the 2nd time this season hit double digits for goals as they romped the Battlefords North Stars 10-4. Millionaires captain Lucas Froese led the way with 2 goals and 2 assists. Trudeau (2), Aschim, Killback, Lemaire, McNulty and Dibella the goal scores. Troy Trombley stopped 35 out of 39 shots for his first win as a Millionaire.

The Mils comtinuie their road trip on Saturday in Kindersley.

Thursday 27 September 2012

Way Way bolsters blueline with Veterans

The Way Way Wolverines made two seperate deals, have acquired 3 veteran defenceman for their blueline and sent 20-year old Taylor Armstrong (North Delta, BC) to Kindersley

They have acquired from Kindersley Klippers
20 year old Defenceman- David Haaf (Medicine Hat, Alberta)- 6'0 175lbs
57GP 7G 13A 20 points and  76 PIM last year with Kindersley

20-year old Defenceman- Zane Morin (Meadow Lake, Sask)- 6'0 180lbs
52GP 1G 8A 9 points and 178 PIM last year with Kindersley
Acquired from Selkirk Steelers
19-year old Defenceman- Rory Futz (Parker, Colorado)- 6'2 190lbs
19GP 1G 4A 5 points and 10 PIM last year

Yorkton Harvest Head Coach Jeff Odgers previews Season Opener

The Yorkton Midget AAA Harvest will begin their 2012/13 regular season this weekend at home to the defending league champs the Saskatoon Contacts. Game times 7:30 on Saturday and Sunday at 3:00, both games at the Farrell Agenices Arena.

Harvest Head Coach Jeff Odgers

Wednesday 26 September 2012

Way Way drops a 5-2 decision against OCN

The Way Way Wolverines opened the scoring 4:02 into the 1st period as Cody Koskimaki got his 1st of the season with Brett Lafond drawing the helper. The OCN Blizzard would get the next 4 goals to make it 4-1 before the Wolves Jean-Michel Naud got his first of the season with Dylan Bowerman and Rober Briem drawing the assists.

20-year old Cory Simons got the start in net and took the loss stopping 27 out of 32 shots.While 20-year old Zaine Walker served the third game of his 3 game suspension after receiving a match penalty in pre-season action against the Melville Millionaires.

With the loss the Way Way Wolverines record now sits at 0-2-1 on the season, and they will return to action when they host the Swan Valley Stampeders on Saturday night

Terriers, Mills Selected for Canada West ID Camp on Monday in Humboldt.

The Yorkton Terriers will send 3 players to the Canada West ID camp:
#2 Dylan Baer-Defence

#10 Brady Norrish- Defense

 #26 Kailum Gervais- Forward

The Melville Millionaires will send 4 players:
#8 TJ Reeve- Forward
#15 Allan Kilback- Forward

#19 Russell Trudeau- Forward
#35 Troy Trombley- Goalie

All these players were invited to the Canada West ID camp that will be held on Monday in Humboldt. Players who are successful in making the team will compete in the 2012 World Junior "A" Challenge in Yarmouth, Nova Scotia November 5th-11th

Mils Coaches with Jamie Fiesel- Sept 26th Edition

Two Local Girls selected to Team Saskatchewan.

Saskatchewan Hockey has announced that Bailey Braden of Ituna and Kennedy Ottenbreit of Grayson have made the  Team Saskatchewan Under-18 womens team that will compete at the National Under 18 Womens hockey Championships in Dawson Creek, British Columbia from November 7th-11th.

17 year old Braden, is currently a member of the Melville Fox FM Prairie Fire of the SFMAAAHL, while 17 year old Ottenbreit is currently attending Shattuck St. Mary's in Fairbault, Minnesota where she plays on the Under 19 girls team.

Tuesday 25 September 2012

Mils lose 3-1 to the Wings for their First loss

After a two game sweep of the Estevan Bruins, the Melville Millionaires lost their first game of the season losing 3-1 at home to the Weyburn Red Wings.

Logan Skinner got the Weyburn Red Wings on the board at 17:23 of the 1st . Mils rookie defenseman Zack Simpson got his first SJHL goal just over a minute into the 2nd, ripping a wrist shot past Wings goalie Brett Teskey to make it 1-1. Skinner would get his 2nd of the night banging home a loose puck for his 2nd of the night to regain the Wings 1 goal lead. Wings forward Miguel Pereira would get the insurance marker at 17:20 into the 2nd.

The Mils didn't look like the club that won the first two as they came out flat, but give credit to Weyburn they played a really solid road hockey game.

MLV: Alex Wakaluk : 35 saves on 38 shots
WEY: Brett Teskey: 27 saves on 28 shots

The Mils next action is Friday night when they are in the Battlefords.

Monday 24 September 2012

Mils' Aschim, Kehoe and Terriers' Thomson receive SJHL POW honours

                                                       SJHL Player of the Week: Mils #16 Sean AschimAschim scored three goals in a season opening blowout win over the Estevan Bruins on Thursday night. Acquired from Melfort in the summer of 2011, Aschim spent most of 2012 in the WHL and when he returned to Melville in January, he played through a serious injury. It’s believed he’s back to full health now.


SJHL Rookie of the Week: Mils #17 Rhett Kehoe
Kehoe was on a stacked Saskatoon Contacts team last year, so he flew under the radar when it was determined he would play junior in Melville. He’s on a very deep junior team now too, but he is still finding ways to produce.

SJHL Goalie of the Week: Terriers #30 Kale ThomsonThomson found himself on the shortest end of a three-goalie monster in Yorkton last year; however he’s the only one back this year and he has a real good chance to nab the starters role and not relinquish it. Despite his team being outshot on opening night, Thomson backstopped the Terriers to victory over Weyburn.


Sports Day in Canada celebrations in Yorkton!

For more information go to

Yorkton Terriers Coaches Show with Trent Cassan- Sept 24th Edition

Saturday 22 September 2012

Way Way and Swan both drop 2nd straight

The Swan Valley Stampeders dropped their 2nd in a row to the OCN Blizzard losing 3-0 at home

While the Way Way Wolverines got two goals from Brett Lafond and Russell Turner and a single from JJ Cruikshank as they dropped a 6-5 decision in over time to the Virden Oil Capitals

Stamps fall in opener 5-2 against OCN

The Swan Valley Stampeders fell 3-0 early in the opening frame and won't able to come back as they dropped a 5-2 decision to the OCN Blizzard.

Dylan Favell and Max Flanagan got the goals for the Swan Valley Stampeders.

The two teams will finish off their ge and home set to start the season on Saturday night in Swan River.
Elsewhere, the Melville Millionaires got goals from Alex Elliot, Colin Mospanchuk, Ian McNulty and Rhett Kehoe as the Mils swept the home and home series with a 4-2 win over the Estevan
The Yorkton Terriers were able to take their season and home opener with a 3-1 victory over the Weyburn Red Wings. Taylor Thompson, Daylan Gatzke and Jeremy Johnson score for the Terriers. Kale Thomson stopped 31 of 32 for the victory
The Portage Terriers were able to hold off the Way Way Wolverines enough to defeat the Wolves on the road 3-2. Veterans Russell Turner and Brett Pinkerton with the markers for Way Way.

Thursday 20 September 2012

Mils hammer Bruins 10-2 in season opener!

  It was a story book start to the 2012/13 regular season for the Melville Millionaires as they scored a total of 10 goals en route to a 10-2 win over the Estevan Bruins.

    It all started 1:16 into the hockey game when Colin Mospanchuk came down the right wing and ripped it five-all through Bruins goaltender Kurtis Martinu who was recently acquired from Trenton.Then 10:48 into the 1st, Mils forward Sean Aschim got his first of his 3 in the hockey game to make it 2-0 Mils after 1.

 TJ Reeve, would make it 3-0 for the Mils 7:22 into the 2nd period, finishing off a nice passing play with linemates Daniel Ornsborn and Allan Kilback. And then the floodgates opened for the Millionaires as they would score 3 more goals in the 2nd to make it 6-0. Russell Trudeau got 2 and  Landon Hall (SH) got the goals to finish off the 2nd.

The 3rd period would begin the same way as the 2nd, as TJ Reeve opened the scoring with his 2nd of the evening to make it 7-0. The Bruins would cut the lead to 7-1 on the powerplay, as Tanner Froese gets his first of the season. But the Mils would keep it going and as Sean Aschim would get his 2nd goal just over two minutes later to make it 8-1.  Estevan replied once again as Nick Sova's shot beat Mils goalie Alex Wakaluk to make it 8-2. But then it was hat trick time for Sean Aschim as he beat now Bruins goaltender Travis Pelletier who was put in the net, in favour of Kurtis Martinu. Finally the rookie Rhett Kehoe would finish off for the Mils on the powerplay with his 1st SJHL goal.

Alex Waklauk stopped 26 on 28 shots for the Mils to get the win

Since the scoring was working the SJHL website here is the scoring summary:

1st-MLV: Colin Mospanchuk, Landon Hall Kirk Lissel 1:16
1st-MLV: Sean Aschim, Lucas Froese 10:48

2nd-MLV: TJ Reeve, Daniel Ornsborn Allan Kilback 7:22
2nd-MLV: Russell Trudeau , Michael Sagen Ian McNulty 9:21
2nd-MLV: Landon Hall, Ian McNulty 14:54 (SH)/
2nd-MLV: Russell Trudeau (2), Michael Sagen 15:19

3rd-MLV: TJ Reeve (2), Allan Kilback Daniel Ornsborn 1:56
3rd-EST: Tanner Froese, Taylor Reich Matt Brykaliuk 3:06 (PP)
3rd-MLV: Sean Aschim (2), Zack Simpson 5:11
3rd- EST: Nick Sova, Austin Daae Hudson Morrison 8:12

3rd-MLV: Rhett Kehoe, Adam Dibella Tyler Bird 17:22 (PP)
3rd-MLV: Sean Aschim (3), Lucas Froese 11:18 (SH)

Shots MLV 39-28 EST

PP- EST=1 for 6,      MLV= 1 for 4

They will go right back at it Friday back at tonight (FRI) in Estevan at 7:30 at Spectra Place


While the Swan Valley Stampeders will begin their season on the road  tonight against the OCN Blizzard. We will have the game on GX94 Pregame 6:50/7:00 MB time.

The Yorkton Terriers will have their home opener tonight at the FAA against the Weyburn Redwings.

The Portage Terriers are in town as the Way Way Wolverines host the Terriers in their home opener. 7:30 MB time puck drop.

Froese named Millionaires Captain

        The Melville Millionaires have named 20 year old Forward and Grunthal, Manitoba product Lucas Froese their team captain for the 2012/13 SJHL season.
         Fellow 20-year olds, Regina born Tyler Bird, Saskatoon product Tyler Bird and Brooks, Alberta native Ian McNulty were name dthe team's assistant captains.

Wednesday 19 September 2012

Vlanich is now a Nipawin Hawk

The Yorkton Terriers have sent 19-year old Forward Jamie Vlanich to the Nipawin Hawks for 16-year old defensive prospect Ross Hnidy.

Vlanich, a native of Trail, British Columbia scored 9 goals and 17 assists for 26 points last season his 1st season as a Yorkton Terrier.

While Hnidy who nearly made the Saskatoon Blades, is a 6'0 212lbs defenseman who will play this year with SMAAAHL's Saskatoon Contacts.

Terrier GM Don Chesney

Training Camp Recap with Ochap Thunder Head Coach Danny McKay

Melville Millionaires Coaches Show- Sept 19th Edition

Monday 17 September 2012

Melville defeats 5-4 in OT, Swan drops Virden 3-2

1st-WAY: Matt Hadley. 3:05
1st-MLV: Alex Elliot, Connor Lowe-Wylde 5:56
1st-WAY: Brendan Luchinski, Cody Koskimaki 12:51
1st-MLV: Colin Mospanchuk, Sean Aschim Lucas Froese 14:01

2nd-WAY: Dylan Bowerman 2:08
2nd-WAY: Matt Miller, Taylor Armstrong 15:01
2nd-MLV: Lucas Froese, Colin Mospanchuk 17:34

OT-MLV Ian McNulty 4:53

Melville ends their Pre-season with a 4-2 record and they begin their regular season on opening night on Thursday at home to the Estevan Bruins. Pre-game show 7:20, Play by Play 7:30 on GX94
While the Way Way Wolverines finish their preseason with a 2-4 record and will open their regular season at home on Friday against the defending MJHL champion Portage Terriers.

**Thoughts From the Box**
*Wolves 20 year old goalie Cory Simons who was outstanding tonight and kept his team in it late in the game.
*Wolves will have a young defense core, but '94 born Matt Miller looks like he can help fill that void, smooth skating dman led a few nice rushes and even scored.
*Lucas Froese, 20 year old vet for the Mils had yet another strong game for the Mils, it shows how much he worked hard in the summer and could be a dark horse for SJ scoring lead
*Entertaining hockey game as both sides gear up for the start of regular season and both teams look close to that shape.
Elsewhere, Swan won their 6th game of the preseason defeating the Virden Oil Capitals 3-2.

Swan Goals:
1st-SV: Justin Valentino, Max Flanagan 3:12
1st-SV: Jagger Thomas, Colin Baudry Dylan Hykawy 10:59
2nd-SV: Peter Horecka, Justin Valentino 2:38 SH

SV Goals:
Jackson Winkler- (2 periods) 31 Saves on 32 shots
Alcide Grenier-(1 period) 11 saves on 12 shots

Swan Valley Stampeders finish their Pre-season with a very successful 6-1 record and will open up their 2012/13 season on the road against the OCN Blizzard. It will be on GX , pregame 5:50, play by play 6:00.

Swan River's Morden now a Prince Albert Raider

The Everett Silvertips traded 19-year old defenceman and Swan River, Manitoba product Evan Morden along with 18-year old goaltender Andy Desautels to the Prince Albert Raiders for 19-year old goaltender Cole Holowenko.

Morden in his 2nd season with the Silvertips scored 3 goals and 3 assists for 6 points in 58 games in 2011/12, as well as registering 60 penalty minutes.

Fort Knox Training Camp Recap with Head Coach Mark Hartman

Yorkton Terriers Coaches Show with Trent Cassan- Sept 17th Edition

Sunday 16 September 2012

Yorkton Terriers shut out the Way Way Wolverines 3-0

Yorkton Goals1st- YOR: Dylan Johnson,  Dalyn Gatzke 11:27
1st- YOR: Tyler Giebel, Dylan Baer  Dylan Johnson 1:20
1st- YOR: Taylor Thompson, Dylan Johnson  Jeremy Johnson 15:27

YOR: Kale Thomson- 24 saves on 24 Shots
WAY: Riley Feser- 25 saves on 28 Shots

*The Yorkton Terriers finish off their pre-season with a 3-2-1 record, and will open their 2012/13 regular season at home on Friday vs the Weyburn Redwings.
*The Way Way Wolverines will finish off their pre-season Monday night (tomorrow) when they visit the Melville Millionaires 7:00 at the Horizon Credit Union Center.

Friday 14 September 2012

Millionaires 6, Kings 4- Preseason

1st-MLV: TJ Reeve, Adam Dibella 2:05 PP
1st-MLV: Michael Sagen, Russell Trudeau 12:30 PP

Shots- 13-7 Mils

2nd-MLV: Lucas Froese, TJ Reeve 6:30
2nd- Dau: Tanner Lomsnes, Aubrey Chapman 6:51
2nd-Dau: Ryan Luiten 7:50
2nd-Dau: Michael Sagen (2), Daniel Ornsborne 14:41
2nd-Dau: Ryan Luiten (2), Emerson Hrynyk 4:33
2nd-Dau: Sutton Olsen, Chance Creer 18:51

Shots 19-15 for the Mils after 2

3rd-MLV: Lucas Froese (2) 2:42 SH
3rd-MLV: Lucas Froese (3) 14:51
3rd-Dau: Jeff Archibald, Ryan Luiten Tanner Lomsnes
3rd-MLV: Russell Trudeau, Adam Dibella EN

Thoughts from the Box:
*The best player on the ice on the ice was Lucas Froese, the 20-year old vet was dangerous every time he was on the ice and he looked in mid season form already
**On the backend, Zack Simpson had a solid game, very poised on the back end and looks like he provide some
offense from the back end.
**Alex Wakaluk started and was replaced by Jordan Kreutzer after a collision with a Kings forward. But he will be alright.

The Mils will head to Dauphin tomorrow before finishing off their Pre season at home on Monday vs the Way Way Wolverines

Elsewhere, the Swan Valley Stampeders continued their hot preseason defeating the Flin Flon Bombers 5-2. Miska, Baudry, Reimer , B.Mcdonald and Smart the goal scorers for the Stamps.

Swan returns to action tomorrow against the Virden Oil Capitals.

Thursday 13 September 2012

Way Way 5, Virden 2- Preseason

Way Way Goal Scorers
1st- Aaron Dupasquier, Matt Morency Matt Hadley
2nd- Matt Miller, Curtis Veitch Cody Koskimaki
2nd- Cody Koskimaki
2nd- Brett Pinkerton, Cody Labrecque Rusell Turner
3rd- Jean-Michel Naud, Robert Briem Matt Morency

Cory Simons- 25 saves on 27 shots for the win

Wolverines continue their pre-season on Saturday in Portage against the Terriers.

Swan Valley Stampeders Coaches Show- Sept 13th Edition

Way Way Wolverines 5, Melville Millionaires 4

Way Way Goals:

Melville Goals:
McNulty (2)
Reeve (2)

Wednesday 12 September 2012

Swan Valley hammers Dauphin 6-2

Swan Goals:
1st-SV: Dylan Hykaway, Kyle Smart 13:21
2nd-SV: Kyle Smart, Cary Brown 2:04
2nd-SV: Calvin Miska 3:27
2nd-SV: Colin Baudry, Bo Sigurdson 7:51
2nd-SV: Dylan Reimer, Max Flanagan Dylan Favell 17:01
3rd-SV: Colton Magwood, Landon Peel Justin Valentino 4:30

The Stamps continue their Pre season action on Saturday hosting the Flin Flon Bombers before wrapping up their Pre season Monday in Virden against the Oil Capitals.

Melville Millionaires Coaches Show- Sept 12th Edition

Tuesday 11 September 2012

Mils double the Terriers 6-3

1st-MLV: Lucas Froese (92), Daniel Osborne (93) 16:10

Shots: 17-7 MlV

2nd- MLV: Michael Sagen (93), Russell Trudeau (93) 2:26
2nd- MLV: Landon Hall (92), Russell Trudeau(93) Ian McNulty (92). *Powerplay
2nd- MLV: Michael Sagen (2nd), Russell Trudeau 11:59
2nd-YOR: Patrick Martens (92), Patrick Webb (94) 14:07
2nd-YOR: Jacob Dunlop (94) 15:20
2nd-MLV: Landon Hall (2nd of game), Colin Mospanchuk (93) 16:35

Shots: 30-19 after 2

3rd-MLV: Lucas Froese (2nd of game), Michael Sagen Russell Trudeau 7:46
3rd-YOR: Tyler Giebel 19:07

Game total Shots: 45-37 for the Mils

Thoughts from the Box:
-The line of Ian McNulty, Russell Trudeau and Michael Sagen were lethal all night and then when Froese was inserted in he didn't miss a beat.
-Sagen has shredded some pounds and added some muscle and looks like a man to reckon with this year.
- Taylor Thompson and Tyler Giebel could be a duo that could provide firepower for the Terriers offense.
- The best player on the ice for the Terriers in my opinion was Zac Majkowski. The returning forward is a going to be the leader of the Terriers club
- Even if it is pre season in typical Highway 10 rivalry Fashion, there was some bad blood between the 2 clubs which included a scrap or wrestle match you can say between two skilled players in Taylor Thompson and Ian McNulty
-Still a few question marks on the blue line for both teams as there are spots open on both clubs. But a man who could lead the Mils blue line Landon Hall had a very solid and good game and even notched 2 goals, both coming on the Powerplay .

The Mils will continue their Pre-season tomorrow in Way Way against the Wolverines while the Terriers will be Action Sunday also in Way Way.

Wednesday 5 September 2012

Little Time Off

There won't be much traffic on the blog or twitter until Tuesday of next week, as I will be heading up to Humboldt for my brother's wedding which is on Saturday and then will be heading to Saskatoon for the Canadian Country Music Awards.

Melville Millionaires will begin their training camp on Friday morning while our other 3 local Junior A teams will continue their preseason action beginning tonight as Swan will travel to take on the Dauphin Kings. Yorkton will return to action tomorrow as well when they travel to Swan River to take on the Swan Valley Stampeders and the Way Way Wolverines will play host to the Portage Terriers tomorrow night.

So I will be back in full force starting Sept 11th and will be hockey and sports mode for the next 7 months and ready for the start of the hockey season.

Melville Millionaires Coaches Show with Jamie Fiesel- Sept 5th/12

Tuesday 4 September 2012

Terriers down Wolverines 6-3 in Pre-Season Opener for both

A veteran laded Yorkton Terriers won their preseason opener defeating the Way Way Wolveines 6-3 at the Farrell Agencies Arena.

1st- Yor: Jamie Vlanich, Patrick Webb 9:16
1st-Way: Robert Breim, Matt Hadley 10:24
1st-Yor: Jeremy Johnson, Curtis Oliver Dylan Baer 13:41
2nd- Way: Everett Bird, Mitchell Merry 3:28
2nd-Yor: Curtis Oliver, Parker Georgsen Jamie Vlanich 16:49
3rd- Yor: Dylan Johnson, Bryce Enns 0:33
3rd- Yor: Ryley Stefanyshyn, Dylan Johnson Dylan Baer 6:42
3rd-Yor: Elias Giannoulis, Parker Georgsen 12:19
3rd- Way: Robert Breim (2), Aaron Dupasquier 16:57

**Thoughts from the Box**
-Jeremy Johnson, Jamie Vlanich and Curtis Oliver were the best players on the ice for Terriers looking dangerous throughout the night.
-Wolves boasted a all-rookie squad , but Robert Breim (95) can fly out there , and showed he can score goals notching 2 of Way Way's 3 goals. Also Everett Bird was impressive and did a lot to try and earn a spot.
- On the Terrier side , Kelby Minshull looks solid on the blue line, he's calm with the puck and could fit well on the Terrier blue line as he fits the mold of McMullen and the Norrish Twins

The next preseason action for the Yorkton Terriers will be in Swan Against the Stampeders on Thurs , while the Way Way Wolverines also continue on Thursday when they host the Portage Terriers

Training Camp Recap with Yorkton Terriers GM Don Chesney

Training Camp Recap with Way Way Wolverines Coach /GM Barry Butler

Monday 3 September 2012

Terriers Orange and Black Game Recap

The Yorkton Terriers held their annual Black and Orange Game at the Farrell Agencies Arena, while the game started out very slow on the offensive side, 3rd period full of goals and it lifted Team Black to a 5-3 victory over Team Orange.
  Scoring Summary
1st- Orange: Patrick Webb (94), Carson Cayer (96)  1:12

2nd- Orange: Dustin Spearing (94)  9:08
2nd- Black: Nathan Murray (92), Dylan Johnson (94) 13:34

3rd- Black: Dylan Johnson (94), Nathan Murray (92) Brenden Poncelet (92) 2:02
3rd- Orange: Carson Cayer (96) 3:34
3rd- Black: Brenden Poncelet (92), Nathan Murray (92) 10:03  *PP
3rd- Black: Jamie Vlanich (93) 14:26
3rd- Black: Devon McMullen (93) 19:06 *EN

GoaliesOrange: Kale Thomson (93)- 0 goals
               Spencer Bomboir (95)- 1 goal
               Matt Kustra (97)- 3 goals

Austin Buzzell (93)-1 goal
            Carson Bogdan (96)- 1 goal
            Shane Blomquist (96)- 1 goal

**Thoughts on the Game**
*Veteran goalie Kale Thomson looked very calm and solid in his one period of work, and so did '93 born goaltender Austin Buzzell who could be battling for spot on the hockey team

*The line of Brenden Poncelet, Nathan Murray and Dylan Johnson (brother of veteran forward Jeremy Johnson) had a great game combining for 7 points. Murray looked big and strong as a returning 20-year old and he had a goal and 2 assists tonight.

*'96 born Carson Cayer also impressed me tonight, he was dangerous all night and scored a nice goal and added an assist for Team Orange.

*Returning defenceman Chase and Brady Norrish, along with Devon McMullen looked steady and solid on the back end and should anchor a very, very solid Terrier Blue-line

The Yorkton Terriers will begin their pre-season on Tuesday night when they host the Way Way Wolverines. Game time 7:00 at the Farrell Agencies Arena.