Sunday 31 March 2013

Another Great Highway 10 Battle comes to Close

Salute to the Melville Millionaires

The Melville Millionaires fell in the Sherwood Conference Final last night 5-1 to the Yorkton Terriers to fall 4 games to 2 in the series and there season came to an end.

The Mils graduated 9 20-year old players:

Melville Millionaires (9):
#7 Christian Magnus- Saskatoon, Sask
#11 Tyler Bird - Regina, Sask
#12 Brennan Ritchie- St. Anne, Manitoba
#14 Ian McNulty- Airdrie, Alberta
#16 Sean Aschim- Saskatoon, Sask
#17 Nathan Boyer- Prince Albert, Sask
#20 Kyle Scaber- St. Albert, Alberta
#23 Lucas Froese- Grunthal, Manitoba
#25 Kevin Woodyatt- Scottsdale, Arizona

I would like to thank Feez, Neil  and the staff,  players, organization and fans of the Melville Millionaires for the enjoyable season and their cooperation for everything from interviews to so on it was a pleasure to be apart of the Millionaires season.

Terriers become Sherwood Conference Champs with Game 6 win over Mils

The Yorkton Terriers booked their ticket into the Canalta Cup Final against the Humboldt Broncos with a 5-1 Game 6 victory over the Melville Millionaires to capture the Sherwood Conference Final 4 games to 2.

It all got started 11:04 into the 1st period as Dakota Odgers would pounce on a loose puck for his 1st goal of the playoffs to give the Terriers a 1-0 lead after 1 period.

There wouldn't be another goal until the latter stages of the 2nd period and they both would be powerplay goals for the Terriers, and they got both goals from Dylan Johnson as he got his first 2 goals of the playoffs to give the visiting Terriers a 3 goal, 3-0 after 40 minutes of play.

In the 3rd and in the opening minute the Mils thought they had their first goal of the hockey game but it was waved off because of a Goaltender Interference penalty to the Millionaires' Ian McNulty. But they would open the scoring just under 8 minutes into the 3rd as Ian McNulty would deflect a Tyler Bird shot past Dawson McAuley to make it 3-1 Terriers lead. Then on a ensuing powerplay, Brady Norrish would get his 4th goal of the playoffs off a Mils' turnover at the blueline to make it 4-1, then B Norrish would ice it for good into the empty net for his 2nd of the night to make it a 5-1 Terriers final.

Dawson McAuley who was outstanding in goal stopped 35 of 36 shots for the victory while Alex Wakaluk, the SJHL MVP turned away 25 of 29 shots but was tagged with the loss.

Just another great and classic Highway 10 Rivalry, where both fan bases came out and supported their boys, crowds were loud, 50/50s were outstanding and great hockey displayed on the ice that is what Junior A Hockey is all about.

Congrats to the Yorkton Terriers they will now meet the Humboldt Broncos in the Canalta Cup Final (and cool fact from former GX94 PXP man Craig Stein as this will be the 9th straight year that either the Broncos or Terriers will appear the SJHL Final, but first between these two teams since 1991)

Stay tuned for the release of the Canalta Cup Final Schedule, early this week.

Friday 29 March 2013

Terriers push Mils to the Brink with a 3-2 victory in Game 5

Advantage goes to the Yorkton Terriers in the Sherwood Conference Final as they defeated the Melville Millionaires 3-2 in Game 5 to go up 3-2 in the series in front of just under 2100 fans at the FAA on Friday night,

The Mils started off hot scoring just 55 seconds into the opening frame as Russell Trudeau would rip his 6th goal of the playoffs past Dawson McAuley to give the Mils a 1-0 after 1 period.

They would get another quick goal as Lucas Froese would rip a slapshot that found the back of the net just 44 seconds in this time to make it 2-0 for the visitors. But the Terriers would respond just under 4 minutes later as Brady Norrish's backhand would beat Alex Wakaluk to make it 2-1. The Terriers would even it up at 2 with just 2:14 left in the middle frame as Kailum Gervais wraparound would get past the Mils goalie and it would be tied at 2 after 40 minutes of play.

Yorkton would get their first and final lead of the game as Tayler Thompson would rip a wrist shot top shelf 4:12 into the 3rd period to give the Terriers who were the better team and deserved the victory a 3-2 Game 5 victory.

Dawson McAuley stopped 18 of 20 shots for the win while Alex Wakaluk stopped 32 of 35 shots and was tagged with the loss.

Expect a big crowd as well on Saturday as the Terriers will try wrap it up and book their ticket into the Canalta Cup Final, while for the Mils they will try and do what they did in their opening round series against Notre Dame and thats force a Game 7 of the series. Pregame show 7:20, play by play 7:30 on GX94.

If you want to attend Game 6 tickets will be available starting at 12 noon on Saturday at the HCUC all the way until game time.

Yorkton Minor Hockey Wants you Help!

If you have played, coached, or officiated at the Junior B, Junior A, College, University, WHL, Semi-Pro, or Pro level, we need your name. Yorkton Minor Hockey is proud of you and your accomplishments, and our association wants to recognize your achievements on a "Wall of Fame" to be located in the Kinsmen Arena. If you have names of people that match this criteria, or if you have any questions, please forward them by April 30th, 2013 to Damon Kustra (306)621-6089, Jason Gordon (306)621-3072, or Tricia Korczak (306)621-9196.

Wednesday 27 March 2013

Mils even series with 3-0 victory over Yorkton

The Melville Millionaires even up Best of 7 series at 2 games apiece with a 3-0 shutout victory over the Yorkton Terriers.

There was no goals scored in the opening period but Mils controlled the 1st and Terriers' goalie Dawson McAuley was outstanding for the Terriers in net.

Christian Magnus opened the scoring for the Mils in the 2nd with his 3rd goal of the playoffs to make it 1-0. Then in the final minute of the 2nd Sean Aschim would get a Powerplay goal to make it 2-0 Mils after 2.

The Mils would ice it half way through the 3rd when Magnus would get his 2nd of the night and 4th of the playoffs to make it 3-0.

Alex Wakaluk stopped 22 shots for his 1st playoff shutout while Dawson McAuley was very solid in the Terriers net stopping 34 shots. Kale Thomson played the last half for the Terriers stopping all 5 shots.

The Series is tied at 2 games apiece, Game 5 takes place Friday in Yorkton 7:20/7:30 on GX94.

Yorkton Minor Football announces "Yorkton's Kickoff to Grey Cup" Week

(Riders Head Coach Corey Chamblin (Pictured above): Speaker at this year's Football Night in Saskatchewan in Yorkton



Monday 25 March 2013

Wakaluk shines as Mils defeat Terriers in Game 3 3-1

The Melville Millionaires were able to hold on barely as they defeated the Yorkton Terriers 3-1 in Game 3 of the Sherwood Conference Final.

Christian Magnus opened the scoring in the 1st with an early Powerplay goal from a nice shot from the point for his 1st of playoffs to make it 1-0 Mils. But the Terriers would come right back as Terrier captain Devon McMullen would finish off a nice passing play and go top shelf on Alex Wakaluk for his 2nd of the playoffs to make it 1-1. The Mils would take the lead with just over a minute left in the opening period as Russell Trudeau would capitalize on a Terrier turnover and slip it five hole on Dawson McAuley for his 5th playoff goal to make it 2-1 Mils after 2.

There would be no scoring until Magnus would ice it into the empty net for his 2nd to make it a 3-1 Mils victory.

The Terriers dominated lots of the play and shots but Alex Wakaluk was very good stopping 39 of 40 shots for the victory while Dawson McAuley stopped 20 shots in a losing cause.

Terriers now lead series 2-1, Game 4 back in Melville on Wednesday 7:20/7:30 on GX94. Tix go on sale on Gameday ( Wednesday) from Noon until GameTime at the HCUC.

Saturday 23 March 2013

Terriers win 3-1 again to take 2-0 Series Lead

Different Night, but same result as the Yorkton Terriers defeated the Melville Millionaires 3-1 to take a 2-0 series lead.

It got all started as Michael Sagen would get his 2nd goal of the playoff to make it 1-0 for the Mils. But the latter stages of the 1st period, Tayler Thompson would get his 1st goal of the playoffs to make it 1-1 after 1 period of play.

Early in the 2nd period, Brady Norrish would put home his 2nd of the playoffs to make it 2-1 Terriers after 40 minutes of play.

In the third, half way through the 3rd period, Patrick Martens would get the insurance marker on the Powerplay to make it 3-1 Terrier final for a 2nd straight night.

Dawson McAuley got the start and the victory for the Terriers stopping 26 shots while Alex Wakaluk was tagged with the loss.

Game 3 will go on Monday in Yorkton 7:20/7:30 on GX94. Terriers up 2-0 in the series.

Friday 22 March 2013

Johnson's Hat Trick leads Terriers Game 1 win over Mils

The Yorkton Terriers drew first blood with a 3-1 home ice victory over the Melville Millionaires to take a 1-0 series lead in the Best of 7 Sherwood Final.

Jeremy Johnson got things going with his 2nd goal of the playoffs to give the Terriers an early 1-0 lead.

Nathan Boyer of the Mils would tie it up at 1 early in the middle frame with his 5th of the playoffs but Johnson would add his 2nd of the night with an identical drive down the off wing and slipped it five hole on Alex Wakaluk to give the Terriers a 2-1 lead after 40 minutes.

J Johnson would add his hat trick goal from a very weird again for his 4th of the playoffs to give the Terriers a 3-1 victory.

Dawson McAuley got the victory In net while Alex Wakaluk was tagged with the loss.

The hometown Terriers definately look like the fresher team more than the Millionaires and they used their home ice to their advantage.

But the series shifts back the HCUC in Melville for Game 2 on Saturday Night 7:20/7:30 on GX94
In the North Final, Neil Landry got the Double OT winner as Humboldt won Game 1 over Flin Flon.

Thursday 21 March 2013

Sherwood Conference Final Preview- Yorkton Terriers (1) vs Melville Millionaires (2)

1st: Yorkton Terriers  36-14-1-3= 76 Points vs. 2nd: Melville Millionaires- 35-14-2-3=75 Points

-Terriers defeated the Estevan Bruins 4 games to 1 in their Sherwood Semi-Final

-Millionaires defeated the Notre Dame Hounds 4 games to 3 in their Sherwooder wood weFinal

Regular season Head to Head

Oct 12th- Terriers 4 Mils 3 SO
Oct 13th- Mils 4 Terriers 3 SO
Nov 23rd- Terriers 3 Mils 2
Nov 24th- Terriers 2 Mils 1 SO
Dec 30th- Terriers 5 Mils 4 OT
Jan 1st- Mils 5 Terriers 3

Terriers: 4-1-1
Mils: 2-1-3

Top Scorers (Playoffs):

Patrick Martens- 7G 0A= 7 Points
Tyler Giebel- 2G 2A= 4 Points
Jeremy Johnson- 1G 3A= 4 Points
Kailum Gervais- 3G 0A= 3 Points
Josh Ellis- 2G 1A= 3 Points
Austin Bourhis- 0G 3A= 3 Points
Nathan Murray- 0G 3A= 3 Points
Tayler Thompson- 0G 3A= 3 Points

G- Dawson McAuley- 4-1  2.20GAA  0.912%
      Kale Thomson-

Russell Trudeau- 4G 3A= 7 Points
Nathan Boyer- 3G 3A= 6 Points
Colin Mospanchuk- 1G 4A= 5 Points
TJ Reeve- 3G 1A= 4 Points
Sean Aschim- 2G 2A= 4 Points
Lucas Froese- in the zin the Terriers and the G 2A= 4 Points
Michael Sagen- 1G 3A= 4 Points

G- Alex Wakaluk- 4-3    2.11GAA    0.933%
     Kyle Baumgardner- 

Game 1. Fri Mar.22nd- Melville @ Yorkton FAA 7:20/7:30
Game 2. Sat Mar 23rd- Y
orkton @ Melville HCUC 7:20/7:30
Game 3. Mon Mar 25th- Melville @ Yorkton FAA 7:20/7:30
Game 4. Wed Mar 27th- Yorkton @ Melville HCUC 7:20/7:30
*Game 5. Fri Mar 29th- Melville @ Yorkton FAA 7:20/7:30
*Game 6. Sat Mar 30th- Yorkton @ Melville HCUC 7:20/7:30
*Game 7. Tue Apr. 2nd- Melville @ Yorkton FAA 7:20/7:30



The Yorkton Terriers and Melville Millionaires advanced into the Sherwood Conference in kind of you can say 2 different ways, the Terriers ended their Sherwood Semi-Final Series in just 5 games over the Estevan Bruins with the only bump in the road coming in Game 2. While the Melville Millionaires they had a grueling 7 games series against the Notre Dame Hounds where they were on multiple occasions almost eliminated by a very stingy Hounds hockey club. The Terriers up front have been led in the playoffs by 20 year old Terrier rookie Patrick Martens who has 7 goals in 5 games in the playoffs including a hat trick in the series clincher over Estevan while Tyler Giebel, Jeremy Johnson and Josh Ellis have been solid up front as well with the likes of Tayler Thompson, Kailum Gervais and Nathan Murray aBle to chip in in big ways offensively. W
hile for the Mils Russell Trudeau is on a point a game pace even without linemate Ian McNulty contributing like he can. While Boyer, Aschim and Froese a trio of 20 year olds have been solid for the Mils but the factor line of Reeve, Mospanchuk and Kilback who were outstanding in Game 7, the not known return of Christian Magnus to the forward corp and powerplay. On the backend , Yorkton has one of the deepest defences in the league with the likes of Brady and Chase Norrish , and Devon McMullen able to change a game with their speed. For the Mils, it all leans on the statud  of the teams rearguard in Brennan Ritchie who sat out Game 7 but the play of 20 year olds Kevin Woodyatt and Kyle Scaber has elevated. In goal, SJHL MVP Alex Wakaluk for the Mils was outstanding in the Hounds series and single handily saved the season with outstanding play in overtime in Game 6, while Terriers Dawson McAuley has been his solid self and has been very, very good in the Terriers net all season. Another battle woll be the SJHLs Best home team in the Terriers and the best road team in the Mils. So its going to be a battle between the Highway 10 rivals with some packed arena on the horizon and which ever team comes out will be a very good representative for the Sherwood Conferenc in the SJHLs Canalta Cup Final

Swan Valley Stampeders Wrap Up Coaches Show with Dwayne Kirkup Mar 21st Edition

Tuesday 19 March 2013

Mils take Game 7 to set up Highyway 10 Sherwood Final

The Melville Millionaires were down 3-2 in the series but came back to defeat the Notre Dame Hounds in Double Overtime in Game 6 then defeated them 5-2 in Game 7 to advance to the Sherwood Final against their Highway 10 Rivals the Yorkton Terriers.

There was no scoring until 18:50 when Kyle Scabers long shot got through and past Ty Reichenbach for his 1st of the playoffs to make it 1-0.

Ian Williams would even it up at 1 early in the 2nd until Russell Trudeau would regain the Mils lead at 2-1 on the powerplay. Then after a big penalty kill the Mils would get first 2 goal lead of series as Colin Mospanchuk would make it a 3-1 Mils lead. But before the end of period the Hounds powerplay would cut it within 1 as Sam Aulie would finish off a nice passing play to make it 3-2 Mils after 2.

Just 2:25 into the 3rd period the Mils Would regain their 2 goal lead as TJ Reeve would pot the loose puck to make it 4-2. Then after a mad scramble in front of Alex Wakaluk where the Hounds had some glorious chances but then Michael Sagen would ice it to make 5-2 Mils win.

Alex Wakaluk stopped 35 of 37 shots for win while Ty Reichenbach stopped 34 in a losing cause. Both goalies and teams themselves deserve a lot of credit in one heck of a series.

The Mils will visit the Yorkton Terriers on Friday night for Game 1 of the Sherwood Conference Final at 7:30 at the FAA. Pregame 7:20, Pxp 7:30 on GX94.
** Tickets for Game 1 go on sale this morning (WED) at 9AM at the Gallagher Center.

Wayway Wolverines Coaches Show with Barry Butler - Mar. 19th Edition (Final)

Monday 18 March 2013

Campbell captures 3rd CIS University Cup Title

Former Millionaire and Terrier Dion Campbell was able to win his 3rd CIS University Cup Title as him along with his University of New Brunswick Varsity Reds captured the National Title with a 2-0 victory over the St. Mary's Huskies in the Championship Final last night in Saskatoon.

Dion talks about the championship with GX94's Doug Falconer

Wolverines;Stampders Seasons End in Defeat

The Swan Valley Stampeders and Wayway Wolverines both were eliminated last night from the MJHL Playoffs, a 4-2 series defeat to the Dauphin Kings while the Swan Valley Stampeders fell in overtime last night to lose the series 4-1 to the OCN Blizzard.

At this time, send Good Luck and Best Wishes to the 20 year olds who ended their Junior A Careers for the Stamps and Wolverines.

Swan Valley Stampeders (5):
#11 Dylan Reimer- Grunthal, Manitoba
#14 Jordan Neduzak- Morden, Manitoba
#18 Kyle Smart- Edmonton, Alberta
#33 Landon Noel- Sudbury, Ontario
#39 Peter Horecka- Franklin, Tennesee

Wayway Wolverines (9):#4 Zane Morin- Meadow Lake, Sask
#5 David Haaf- Medicine Hat, Alberta
#11 Curtis Veitch- Langenburg, Sask
#13 Zaine Walker- Saltcoats, Sask
#21 Brett Pinkerton- Pilot Mound, Manitob
#22 Brett Lafond- Leask, Sask
#23 Russell Turner- Jasper, Alberta
#26 Kyle Threndyle- Calgary Alberta
#30 Cory Simons - Crystal Lake, Illinois

I would like to myself thank both organizations Dwayner, Brad and the staff and players from Swan Valley and Barry, Thomas and staff and players from Wayway for the enjoyable seasons and their cooperations for everything from interviews to so on it was a pleasure to be apart of both organizations.

Aschim's Heroics in Wilcox keeps Mils Alive

The Melville Millionaires needed a big effort and they got it as they defeated Notre Dame Hounds 2-1 in double overtime.

Mils got on the board 11:11 into the 1st period to give them an early 1-0 lead.

There would be no scoring in the 2nd period but excellent chances from both sides but both goalies were outstanding.

In the third period , Logan Saworski would tie it up 9:46 into the 3rd as after a mad scramble he would put it into the empty net to make it 1-1.

In the first overtime it was dominating by the Hounds as they outshot the Mils 14-4 and that included a Notre Dame Powerplay but Alex Wakaluk was outstanding in goal.

Then in double OT Sean Aschim would get a feed from Nathan Boyer down low and put it short side on Ty Reichenbach for his 2nd of the playoffs to give the Mils a 2-1 win.

Alex Wakaluk stopped 42 of 43 shots for the win while Reichenbach stopped 33 shots in the loss.

Series Is tied 3-3, Game 7 Tuesday night 7:30 HCUC in Melville.
The Wayway Wolverines had their season end as they fell 6-1 in Game 6 to the Dauphin Kings.

Robert Briem got the lone goal for the Wolverines.
The Swan Valley Stampeders were eliminated in the MJHL Playoffs as well as they fell 4-3 in overtime to the OCN Blizzard.

Peter Horecka, Dylan Favell and Dylan Reimer had the goals for the Stamps.

Saturday 16 March 2013

Martens; McAuley lead in 6-3 clincher over Estevan

The Yorkton Terriers put another good effort together as they beat the Estevan Bruins 6-3 to win the series 4-1.

The red hot Patrick Martens would open the scoring with his 5th to make it 1-0 before Jeremy Johnson would get a shorthanded marker to make it 2-0. But Bruins' Calder Neufeld would get them on the board to make it 3-1 after 1.

Kailum Gervais would begin the 2nd with his 3rd to make it 3-1 but Hudson Morrison would cut it with within one at 3-2. Martens would get his 2nd towards the end of the period it was  4-2 after 40 minutes.

The teams would exchange goals with Martens getting his hat trick goal and 7th goal of playoffs and Neufeld replying for Bruins. But Tyler Giebel would ice it to make it a 6-3 final.

Dawson McAuley stopped 35 of 38 shots for victory while Curtis Martinu stopped 22 shots for loss.

Terriers win series 4-1, will wait Sherwood Final opponent either Melville or Notre Dame .

The Swan Valley Stampeders with a big 3-1 win over OCN on Saturday to force a Game 5.

Dylan Reimer had 2 big goals to lead way while Max Flanagan got the other.

Stamps down still 3-1 series will go right back at it on Sunday in OCN 7 MB time start.

Friday 15 March 2013

Wolverines; Mils both fall on Friday Night

The Wayway Wolverines fell 7-1 to the Dauphin Kings to go down 3-2 in their Best of 7 series.

It got all started when Ryley Miller and Guillaume Naud would give the Kings a early 2-0 lead. But just with under a minute remaining Andrew Clark would cut it 2-1 with his 1st of playoffs.

Jeff Archibald and Tanner Butler chipped in with 2 more Kings goals to make it 4-1 after 2.

The Kings who were the better team all night would add 3 more in the 3rd to give them a 7-1 victory.

Jeremy Pominville stopped 18 of 19 shots for the victory while Brenden Fiebelkorn stopped 33 shots in a losing cause.

Game 6 will take place on Sunday in Way Way 7:30 MB. Kings lead 3-2.
The Melville Millionaires are on the brink of elimination as they fell 3-2 to the Notre Dame Hounds.

Nathan Boyer and Russell Trudeau with the Mils goals.

Mils will try to stay alive Sunday night 7:30 in Wilcox.

Terriers beat Bruins 2-1 to take 3-1 Series lead

The Yorkton Terriers put a very solid effort together as they beat the Estevan Bruins 2-1 to take a 3-1 Series lead.

The first goal of the hockey game came with just over 3 minutes remaining the 1st as Brady Norrish would go end to end for a highlight reel goal for his 1st of the playoffs to make 1-0.

The 2nd period would produce no goals but glorious chances both ways and also a Terrier goal which was called back due to penalty to the Terriers.

In the third the Bruins would even it up early as Wyatt Garagan would rip a loose luck short side on Dawson McAuley for his 1st to make 1-1. But with just 6:16 remaining on the clock Tyler Giebel would finish off a nice play and put it shelf on Curtis Martinu for his 1st of the playoffs and the game winner to make it a 2-1 Terrier final.

Dawson McAuley would stop 28 of 29 shots for the victory while Martinu who was outstanding stopped 34 shots in a losing cause.

The Terriers up 3-1 will look to clinch on Saturday night back at the FAA. Pregame 7:20, PXP 7:30 on GX94.

Wednesday 13 March 2013

Mils fall in OT in Game 4; Stamps/Wolverines also lose

The Melville Millionaires came into the hockey leading series 2-1 , but came out tied as the Mils fell 2-1 in overtime to the Notre Dame Hounds.

There was no scoring until the 54 second mark of the 2nd period as Brandon Millin would get first of the playoffs on the Powerplay to make it 1-0.

It would stay like that until just over a minute left until Nathan Boyer would tie it up at 1 to force the overtime period.

In overtime some very good chances from both sides but Hounds' Dion Antisin was the hero to give the Hounds a 2-1 win.

Series is tied up at 2 games apiece with Game 5 coming up on Friday night 7:30 HCUC
The Wayway Wolverines fell 5-2 to the Dauphin Kings in Game 4 to even the series at 2-2.

Russell Turner scored both goals for the Wolverines.

Game 5 on Friday in Dauphin. 7:20/7:30 MB time on GX94
The Swan Valley Stampeders are now down 3-0 as they fell 5-1 In OCN.

Colton Magwood with the goal . Game 4 takes place on Saturday in Swan 7:30 MB time start

Melville's Campbell begins run at 3rd CIS University Cup Title


Melville's Dion Campbell will be trying for his 3rd CIS University Cup Men's Hockey Title when they open up their championship tomorrow night (Thurs) against the host University of Saskatchewan at Saskatoon's Credit Union Center.

In 156 games in the SJHL, with the Yorkton Terriers and Melville Millionaires Campbell scored 55 goals and 71 assists for 126 points.

Other members in the tournament include Former Millionaire Blake Voth, former Esterhazy resident Jimmy Bubnick and Kyle Aschim who is the brother of Current Mils' Sean Aschim they are all members of the University Of Saskatchewan Huskies.

Also in the event, are the Alberta Golden Bears, UQTR Patriotes, Saint Mary's Huskies and Waterloo Warriors.

Melville Millionaires Coaches Show with Jamie Fiesel Mar 13th (Playoff Edition)

Tuesday 12 March 2013

Terrier; Wolverines & Mils all with Big W's on Tuesday Night.

The Yorkton Terriers got some redemption on from their Game 2 Saturday loss to defeat the Estevan Bruins 2-1 to take a 2-1 series lead in their Best of 7 Sherwood Division Series.

There was no scoring in the first and 2nd periods but there was definitely a lot of chances with both getting point blank chances and a lot of posts and cross bars hitting but no scoring largely because of some superb goaltending by Estevan goalie Curtis Martinu and Terriers goalie Dawson McAuley.

But 3:48 into the 3rd period Patrick Martens would come off his off wing and rip a shot top shelf on Martinu for his 3rd of the playoffs to make it 1-0. Martens would get his 2nd of the night and 4th of the playoffs at 14:11 to give the Terriers lead. But the Bruins would make it interesting as Tanner Froese would deflect a point shot past McAuley to make it 2-1, but that's as close as they would get.

Dawson McAuley stopped 20 of 21 shots for the victory while Curtin Martinu kept his team in it stopping 38 of 40 shots but was tagged with the loss.

Terriers have a 2-1 series lead, Game 4 takes place in Estevan on Thursday, pregame 7:20, play by play at 7:30 on GX94.
While in Melville, TJ Reeve got his 2nd of the night 1:46 into the 1st overtime period as the Melville Millionaires won Game 3 of their Best of 7, 3-2 over the Notre Dame Hounds.

Russell Trudeau got the lone other goal for the Mils while Alex Wakaluk stopped 31 of 33 shots for the victory.

They will go right back at it with Game 4 on Wednesday when the Mils visit the Hounds at 7:20/7:30 on GX94 or Mils lead 2-1
In the MJHL, Russell Turner led the way with 2G and 2A including the tying and game winner as the Wayway Wolverines defeated the Dauphin Kings 4-3 to take Game 3 of the Best of 7 Series.

Kyle Threndyle and Brett Pinkerton also scored for the Wolverines, while Brenden Fiebelkorn stopped 31 of the 34 shots for the victory.

They will also go right back at on Wednesday back in Wayway 7:30 MB time Puck Drop at the Wayway Arena Complex. Wolverines leads series 2-1.

Wayway Coaches Show with Barry Butler- Mar 12th (Playoff Edition)

Monday 11 March 2013

Stamps lose tough one 3-1 to the Blizzard

The Swan Valley Stampeders played a very good hockey until about 5 mins left in the 3rd but they fell 3-1 to the OCN Blizzard to go down 2-0 in the series.

The Stamps got the first one in the latter stages of the 1st period as Max Flanagan would take a nice feed from Dylan Favell for his 1st of the playoffs to make it 1-0 Stamps after 20 minutes of play.

There would be no scoring the 2nd period but their would some glorious chances both ways with both clubs getting some exceptional goaltending from Landon Noel for the Stamps and Justin McDonald of the Blizzard,

In the 3rd the Blizzard would tie it up as Nathan Bruyere would rip a slapshot past Noel for his 1st . Then on turnover on a Stamps PP, Wilson Dumais would ripo it short side for his 1st of the playoffs and then TJ Constant would ice it into the empty net to make it a 3-1 Blizzard Game 2 win.

Landon Noel stopped 31 shots for the loss while Justin McDonald who was outstanding stopped 38 of 39 shots for the win tonight.

The Blizzard take a 2-0 lead in the Best of 7 Series , Game 3 set for Wednesday night 7:00 MB time in OCN.

Yorkton Terrier Coaches Show with Trent Cassan Mar. 11th (Playoff Edition)

Mils; Wolverines both with Huge Victories on Sunday Night.

The Melville Millionaires never led in the hockey game until the game winner as they used a gutsy effort to beat the Notre Dame Hounds 4-3 on Sunday night.

The games scoring got going in the 1st when Carson Grolla would rip a shot past Alex Wakaluk for his 2nd of playoffs to make it 1-0. But before the end of the first frame, veteran forward Nathan Boyer would pull the Mils even with his 1st to make it 1-1 after 1 period.

Ryan Donovan would though give the Hounds 1 goal lead again with his 1st of the playoffs to make it 2-1. But once again the Mils would even it up this time at 2 as Lucas Froese would wrip a snap shot past Ty Reichenbach for his 1st and it was 2-2 after 40 minutes.

The Hounds would get the lead back once again in the 1st minute of period number 3 as Sam Aulie would rip a shot past Wakaluk for his 2nd of the playoffs to make it 3-2. But the Mils would once again tie it up for the 3rd time as Zack Simpon would release a wrist shot through traffic past Reichenbach for his 1st of the playoffs to even it up until 1:36 left in regulation when Lucas Froese would give the Mils their first lead of the night with his 2nd of the night to make it a 4-3 final.

Wakaluk stopped 22 of 24 shots for the win while Ty Reichenbach stopped 33 of 37 shots but took the loss.

The Series is now evened up at 1, with Game 3  on Tuesday night 7:30 HCUC

JJ Cruikshank was the hero 12:59 into the 3rd overtime period as the Wayway Wolverines beat the Dauphin Kings 3-2 to even up the Best of 7 Series 1-1

Alex Mills and Russell Turner also scored for the Wolverines who got 53 saves from 20 year old Cory Simons for the victory.

Game 3 of the series will go Tuesday night in Dauphin 7:30 MB time.

Saturday 9 March 2013

Swan opens playoffs with 2-1 defeat to OCN.

In a game that had a little bit of everything, the Swan Valley Stampeders had chances but fell 2-1 the hometown OCN Blizzard on Saturday night.

All the scoring happened in period 1 as Kolton Baptiste would open the scoring with his 1st of playoffs to make 1-0. But just a few minutes later, Stamps captain Dylan Reimer would tie it up with 1st. But just over 13 minutes into the 1st Jack Petrino would get the Blizzard the lead for good with his 1st of playoffs to make it 2-1.

There was no goals in the final 2 frames but great chances for both sides and a very physical hockey game, with it goof over the top on occasion.

Justin McDonald stopped 28 of 29 shots for the victory while Landon Noel was outstanding stopping 42 Shots but was tagged with the loss.

Blizzard lead series 1-0, Game 2 back on Swan on Monday. Pregame show 7:20 Manitoba time on GX94.
The Yorkton Terriers had their Best of 7 series tied up at 1 as the Estevan Bruins took Game 2 5-2 on Saturday.

Kailum Gervais and Devin McMullen with the goals for the Terriers.

Game 3 goes Tuesday back at the FAA 7:30, Pregame show gets going at 7:20 on GX94

Friday 8 March 2013

Wolverines fall in Game 1 3-2 to Dauphin

The Wayway Wolverines without their top scorer Russell Turner put in a very good effort but fell in Game 1 3-2 to the Dauphin Kings.

Connor Faupel and Tanner Butler got 1st period goals for the Kings and took a 2 goal lead into the 2nd period.

In the middle frame thought just 1:33 Ito the 2nd period , Kyle Threndyle would get the Wolverines on the board wripping a snap shot past Jeremy Pominville for his 1st of the playoffs to make it 2-1. But just a few minutes later the Kings would regain their 2 goals lead when Ryley Miller whipped it into the wide open cage to make it 3-1. WayWay though would cut it to within 1 late in the 2nd as Brenden Luschinski would get his 1st of playoffs to make it 3-2.

Lots of good chances both ways for Dauphin and Wayway especially for the Wolverines on a lengthy 5 on 3 but Pominville stood tall.

Pominville stopped 22 shots for the victory while Brenden Fiebelkorn stoppe 32 shots in a losing cause.

Kings up 1-0 in series, Game 2 Sunday night in Wayway.

The Yorkton Terriers didn't show any signs of rust as they hammered the Estevan Bruins 6-1 on home ice to take a 1-0 series lead.

Patrick Martens and Josh Ellis led the way with 2 goals each, while Curtis Oliver and Kailum Gervais got the others as Dawson McAuley got the victory in goal for the Terriers.

Terriers take 1-0 series lead into Game 2 Saturday night in Estevan.

On the other hand, the Melville Millionaires fell on home ice in Game 1 a 4-2 decision to the Notre Dame Hounds.

Russell Trudeau and Sean Aschim scored for the Mils.

Mils will look to even it up at 1 on Sunday when they visit the Notre Dame Hounds Pregame 7:20, PxP 7:30 on GX94

Thursday 7 March 2013

GX94 Playoff Broadcast Schedule

Here is the Broadcast Sked for the playoffs so far:

Friday March 8  MJHL Game 1
Way Way @ Dauphin  Pre:7:20/pxp 7:30pm

Saturday March 9  MJHL Game 1
Swan Valley @ OCN  NO Pregame/ pxp 7:00pm

Sunday March 10 SJHL Game 2
Melville @ Notre Dame pre:7:20pm/ pxp 7:30pm

Monday March 11 MJHL Game 2
OCN @ Swan Valley pre:6:20pm/pxp6:30pm (Sask Time)

Tuesday March 12 SJHL Game 3
Estevan @ Yorkton pre:7:20pm/pxp7:30

Wednesday March 13 SJHL Game 4
Melville @ Notre Dame pre: 7:20pm/ pxp:7:30pm

Thursday March 14 SJHL Game 4
Yorkton @ Estevan pre:7:20pm/7:30pm

MJHL Sherwood Division Semi-Final Preview- OCN (2) vs Swan Valley (3)

3rd- Swan Valley Stampeders: 33-23-4= 70 Points  vs.  2nd- OCN Blizzard : 39-16-5= 83 Points

Regular Season Head to Head

Sept 21st- OCN 5 Swan Valley 2
Sept 22nd -OCN 3 Swan Valley 0
Oct 27th - Swan Valley 6 OCN 3
Oct 31st - Swan Valley 6 OCN 3
Dec 2nd - Swan Valley 6 OCN 5  OT
Dec 5th- OCN 5 Swan Valley 3
Jan 23rd- OCN 5 Swan Valley 3
Feb 2nd- OCN 4 Swan Valley 3

Blizzard: 5-2-1
Wolverines: 3-5-0

Top Scorers:
Jordan Neduzak- 22G 37A= 59 Points
Dylan Reimer- 20G 29A= 49 Points
Kyle Smart- 20G 27A= 47 Points
Justin Valentino- 18G 29A= 47 Points
 Dylan Favell- 18G 26A= 44 Points
G- Landon Noel -- 26-20  2SO   3.46 GAA   0.899%
     Nathan Armstrong-- 3-3    3.96GAA    0.883%

Tyler Grove - 25G 32A=  57 Points
TJ Constant - 15G 32A= 47  Points
Wilson Dumais- 12G 26A=  38 Points
Darien Cardinal- 15G 21A= 36 Points
Justin Waskewitch- 18G 17A= 35 Points

G- Justin McDonald - 27-13   5SO   2.99 GAA   0.912%
     Alex Henry - 12-8   2SO    3.18GAA    0.909%

Series Schedule

Mar 09Swan ValleyatOCN Blizzard7:00 pm**
Mar 11OCN BlizzardatSwan Valley7:30 pm**
Mar 13Swan ValleyatOCN Blizzard7:00 pm
Mar 16OCN BlizzardatSwan Valley7:30 pm
*Mar 17Swan ValleyatOCN Blizzard (if necess)7:00 pm
*Mar 19OCN BlizzardatSwan Valley (if necess)7:30 pm
*Mar 20Swan ValleyatOCN Blizzard (if necess)7:00 pm

** (ON GX94)


It will be just over a month since these teams last matchup back on Feb 2nd when they meet each other on Saturday for Game 1. The OCN Blizzard have beaten the Stampeders 5 out of the 8 times they have played including the 1st 2 and last 3 meetings these two teams met up. The Blizzard started the season on a very, very high note leading the league and Sherwood Division for most of the MJHL season before being overcome by a very good Dauphin Kings team. The 'Blizz 2nd half of the season was definately not as good as their first but still ended the season with a very solid record and 2nd place finish in the division. The Stamps while during the season have had stretches that made them look like one of the best teams in the league, including a 9 game winning streak earlier in the season when they acquired 20 year old goalie Landon Noel from the Summerside Capitals (RBC Hosts) who has been fantastic since becoming a Stamp. Goaltending could be a big story in this series as the teams both sport very good goaltenders in Noel and Blizzard goalie Justin McDonald who I'm sure will carry the load for both clubs. On the backend, the Stamps will need a big series from 19 year old Riley Hiebert who has had some injury trouble throughout the season but looks like he is finding his stride and also MJHL Rookie of the Year finalish 17 year old dman Garret Johnston will also need to provide some offence from the backend. OCN on the other hand are led on the backend by 20 year old Nathan Bruyere who chipped in with 17 goals from the defence and will be one of the leaders especially on the PP. Up front, it looks like the line of Reimer, Smart, and Valentino is finally coming into their own after being reunited back together, while Jordan Neduzak, Dylan Favell, Colin Baudry and Max Flanagan have also chipped in with their fair share of the offence.  The problem for the Stamps has been the injury bug as  the likes of Dylan Favell and Colin Baudry have been out and their status for the series is still up in the air. The OCN Blizzard forwards are led by their leading scorer Tyler Grove who ended off as the teams leading scorer with 25 goals and 57 points during the season but captain TJ Constant and Wilson Dumais, who just returned back to the team also chip in with the Blizzard offence.

MJHL Sherwood Division Semi-Final Preview- Dauphin (1) vs Waywayseecappo (4)

4th- Wayway Wolverines: 25-30-5= 55 Points   vs.  1st - Dauphin Kings : 47-11-2= 96 Points

Regular Season Head-to Head

Nov 27th- Wayway 3 Dauphin 2 SO
 Dec 9th- Dauphin 3 Wayway 0
 Jan 4th- Dauphin 4 Wayway 3
 Jan 5th- Dauphin 4 Wayway 3 SO
 Jan 17th- Dauphin 4 Wayway 2
 Jan 22nd- Dauphin 8 Wayway 2
 Jan 29th- Dauphin 7 Wayway 4
 Feb 5th- Dauphin 4 Wayway 3 OT

Kings: 7-0-1
Wolverines: 1-5-2

Top Scorers:

23Russell Turner - 32G 24A= 56 Points 
21Brett Pinkerton - 24G 30A= 54 Points 
11Curtis Veitch - 15G 34A= 49 Points 
22Brett Lafond - 25G 22A= 47 Points 
5David Haaf - 16G 29A= 45 Points

G- Cory Simons-- 14-18   3.05GAA   0.908%
     Brenden Fiebelkorn-- 6-8   3.70GAA   0.895%

Jesse Sinatynski- 43G 50A=  93 Points (MJHL Top Scorer)
Jon Gaudet - 37G 53A= 90 Points
Guillaume Naud - 32G 56 A=  88 Points (MJHL MVP)
Tanner Butler- 7G 50A=57 Points  (MJHL Top Defenceman)
Shamus Graham- 5G 37A= 42 Points

G- Jeremy Pominville- 28-10  5SO  2.36GAA  0.917%
      Brian Archibald - 19-3  3SO   2.44GAA  0.911%


Mar 08 Waywayseecappo at Dauphin Kings 7:30 pm**
Mar 10 Dauphin Kings at Waywayseecappo 7:30 pm
Mar 12 Waywayseecappo at Dauphin Kings 7:30 pm
Mar 13 Dauphin Kings at Waywayseecappo 7:30 pm
Mar 15 Waywayseecappo at Dauphin Kings (if necess) 7:30 pm
Mar 17 Dauphin Kings at Waywayseecappo (if necess) 7:30 pm
Mar 19 Waywayseecappo at Dauphin Kings (if necess) 7:30 pm

** (ON GX94)


The Wayway Wolverines will be have a very tough test going into their Sherwood Division Semi-Final as the Dauphin Kings are one of, if not the hottest team in the CJHL as the Kings have won a franchise record 20 consecutive games coming into the playoffs and were ranked as the number 3 team in the country in the final CJHL Top 20 Rankings. They also possess the MJHL Top Scorer (Sinatynski), the MJHL's Top Defenceman (Butler) and the league's Most Valuable Player (Naud).  Not only can they score but they keep it out as well as they have two reliable goaltenders in Archibald and Pominville who they an turn to and they have a combined 8 shutouts this season. The Wolverines will have to strike early in series and will need a big contribution from the 20 year old led by leading scorer Russell Turner who could be a game changer with combination of size, speed and scoring ability along with Brett Pinkerton, Curtis Veitch and offensive defenceman David Haaf will need to continue to come up big. Finally between the pipes the combination of 20 year old Cory Simons and 18 year old Brenden Fiebelkorn have be very, very stellar and have to outduel the dynamic duo between the pipes that the Kings have.

SJHL Sherwood Division Semi-Final Preview- Melville (2) vs Notre Dame (3)

3rd: Notre Dame Hounds- 27-21-1-5= 60 Points vs. 2nd: Melville Millionaires- 35-14-2-3=75 Points

Regular season Head to Head

Oct 9th- Mils 4 Hounds 1
Oct 20th- Mils 4 Hounds 3 SO
Dec 5th- Hounds 2 Mils 1
Jan 12th- Mils 5 Hounds 0
Feb 8th- Mils 8 Hounds 6
Feb 12th- Mils 4 Hounds 2

Mils: 5-1-0
Hounds: 1-4-1

Top Scorers:
Ian McNulty- 27G 42A= 69 Points
Russell Trudeau- 31G 37A= 68 Points
Sean Aschim- 22G 31A= 53 Points
Nathan Boyer- 26G 22A= 48 Points
Christian Magnus- 14G 22A= 36 Points

G- Alex Wakaluk- 28-15-3  5SO  2.32GAA  0.930% (*SJHL MVP)
     Kyle Baumgardner-  2-0-0  1SO  3.27GAA  0.872%

Brandon Millin- 29G 28A= 57 Points
Carson Grolla- 10G 28A= 38 Points
Dion Antisin- 16G 20A= 36 Points
Mitch Boucher- 7G 28A= 35 Points
Sam Aulie- 17G 16A= 33 Points

G- Ty Reichenbach- 19-12-2  3SO  2.89GAA  0.905%
      Michael Salmon- 8-10-3  1SO   3.16GAA  0.889%


Mar 8Notre Dame at Melville 7:30 PM
 Mar 10Melville at Notre Dame 7:30 PM **
 Mar 12Notre Dame at Melville 7:30 PM
 Mar 13Melville at Notre Dame 7:30 PM **
* Mar 15Notre Dame at Melville 7:30 PM
* Mar 17Melville at Notre Dame 7:30 PM
* Mar 19Notre Dame at Melville 7:30 PM


**ON GX94

From the regular season matchup between these two teams, the Melville Millionaires would be favorite coming into this series. The Mils won 5 of 6 meetings between these two teams and are coming into the playoffs having recorded a point in their last 11 games of the regular season while the Notre Dame Hounds only have won 2 of their last 10 games to end off the regular season. Between the pipes,  the Mils are led by SJHL MVP Alex Wakaluk in goal who has been fantastic for the Mils all season long and is one of the reason the Mils are as high as they were in the standings and his 5 shutouts rank among the league's best while Kyle Baumgardner who has started 2 games this season recording a shutout in one of those appearances. The Hounds in goal counter with Ty Reichenbach who has been solid in their goal having recorded 3 shutouts this season while backing him up is a 20 year old who has WHL experience in Michael Salmon. On the backend, the Hounds may have one of the deepest and most experienced cores in the SJHL with a total of 5 20 year olds on the backend (Murray, Johnson, Brisebois, Boucher, and Grolla) while the Millionaires are led on the backend by 20 year old Brennan Ritchie who has 16 points in 25 games since arriving from La Ronge in late November and 19 year old rookie Zack Simpson has had a very solid 1st season as a Millionaire as well. Up front, no team might have more scorers in the Top 20 then the Melville Millionaires led by the leagues top 2 scorers in the SJHL Player of the Year in Ian McNulty with 69 points followed by 19 year old Russell Trudeau with 68 points while the Hounds up front are led by the #3 in the SJHL in Brandon Millin who ended off the season with 28G and 57 points while rookie of the Year Finalist Sam Aulie and Dion Antisin have also chipped in for the Hounds Offence.

SJHL Sherwood Division Semi-Final Preview- Yorkton (1) vs Estevan (Survivor Series Winner)

(1) Yorkton Terriers -- 36-14-1-3= 76 Points vs. Estevan Bruins-- 21-29-4= 46 Points (Survivor Series Winner)
*Estevan defeated Kindersley 3-1 in the Survivor Series.

Regular season Head to Head
Oct 9th- Terriers 6  Bruins 1
Oct 30th- Bruins 5  Terriers 3*Terriers only regulation loss at home.
Nov 27th- Terriers 4 Bruins 1
Dec 11th- Bruins 4 Terriers 2
Dec 15th-- Terriers 6  Bruins 0
Feb 5 th- Terriers 2  Bruins 1 OT

Terriers: 4-2-0
Bruins: 2-3-1

Top Scorers:
#18 Nathan Murray-14 G 28 A= 42 Points
#11 Jeremy Johnson-28 G 13 A= 41 Points
#16 Patrick Martens- 23 G 18A= 41 Points
#27 Tyler Giebel- 22G 16A= 38 Points
#26 Kailum Gervais 13G 25A= 38 Points

G- Kale Thomson- 17-7-2  1SO   2.90GAA    0.901%
     Dawson McAuley -  16-6-1   1SO   2.14GAA    0.921%

#23 Cole Olson- 16G 24A= 40 Points
#9 Hudson Morrison- 21G 15A= 36 Points
#22 Tyler Paslawski- 10G 18A= 28 Points
#15 Tanner Froese-  13G 14A= 27 Points
#14 Dylan Smith - 16G 10A= 26 Points
G- Curtis Martinu- 16-29-0    2SO     3.35GAA    0.893%
        Travis Pelletier - 2-2-0  5.15 GAA   0.831%


Fri Mar 8th- Estevan @ Yorkton 7:30
Sat Mar 9th- Yorkton @ Estevan 7:30
Tues Mar 12th- Estevan Yorkton 7:30 **
Thurs Mar 14th- Yorkton @ Estevan 7:30 **
*Sat Mar 16th- Estevan @ Yorkton 7:30
*Sun Mar 17th- Yorkton @ Estevan 6:00
*Tue Mar 19th- Estevan @ Yorkton 7:30

**ON GX94



It will be almost 2 full weeks since the Yorkton Terriers last played a game and definately will be the fresher of the teams going in as it will be only about 48 hours of rest for the Estevan Bruins after defeating the Kindersley Klippers in the Sherwood Survivor Series but they will be coming in with some momentum after a big victory over the Klips. The Terriers up front are very deep with all 4 lines firing and they all can score on any given night as they have 9 players with at least 30 points on the season led by 20 year old veterans Nathan Murray (team leader in points) and local product Jeremy Johnson (team leader in goals). While the Bruins counter with a very improved and healthier forward unit then they had at the start of the season that could be because Calder Neufeld is back healthy and his hot in the playoffs with 7 points in their 4 game so far in the post season, and also the return of Dylan Smith from EJHL on Jan 10th. On the backend the Terriers have the advantage at that position as they bolster one of the best, if not the best D core in the SJHL with likes of the Norrish Twins (Brady and Chase) , Devon McMullen, Austin Bourhis, John Neibrandt , Dylan Baer and Dallas Rossiter all capable of providing offence on the backend. Between the pipes, the Terriers have pretty much split their goaltending duties between Kale Thomson and Dawson McAuley, with McAuley playing most of the games down the stretch here. While for the Bruins its 20 year old backstopper Curtis Martinu who has been very good especially down the stretch as they were battling for a playoff spot and when they overcame the Klippers he will have to be even better to keep the Bruins in this series. Also another big thing that could be factor is home ice, the Terriers were 25-1-1 at the Farrell Agencies Arena, and their only regulation loss came to these Estevan Bruins back in late October.

Swan Valley Stampeders with Dwayne Kirkup Mar 7th Edition

Wednesday 6 March 2013

Terriers/Bruins Game 1 Ticket Details

The Estevan Bruins finished off the Kindersley Klippers in four games in the Best-of-Five Sherwood Survivor Series on Wednesday, and they'll have one day off before coming to Yorkton for Game 1 on Friday night

Tickets for Game 1 go on sale Thursday morning at 11:00am, and season ticket holders have until 8:00 Thursday night to claim their seats, after which time those tickets will be released to the general public. Tickets can picked up at Gallagher Center or by phone to their kiosk 306-786-1740

Prices for round one are $15 for adults, $11 for Teens, $6 for children 12 and under, while children 5 and under will get in free (with no guaranteed seat).


Beavers National Championship has local connection

The Minot State Beavers Men's Hockey won the ACHA Division 1 National Championship on Wednesday in Chicago with a 9-5 victory over Lindenwood University in the National Title Game.

Yorkton native and former Swan Valley Stampeder Daniel Lamb had a 1G and 2A in the final game and also was named the Tournament's Most Valuable Player while Michael Jordan (Former Millionaire), and Logan Herauf (former Millionaire) each had 1G 1A. Former Millionaires dman Bob Pond and former Millionaires goalie Riley Hengen were also members of the Beavers.

Tournament MVP and Yorkton Product Daniel Lamb

Melville Millionaires Coaches Show with Jamie Fiesel March 6th Edition

Tuesday 5 March 2013

Stamps shutout Wolverines 4-0 in regular season finale

The Swan Valley Stampeders shutout the Wayway Wolverines 4-0 in the regular season finale for both teams.

Max Flanagan led the way with 2 goals and an assist while Braydon McDonald and Jordan Neduzak (1G 2A) replied with the others for the Stamps.

Landon Noel stopped 20 shots for his 2nd shutout of the season.

The Stamps will visit OCN for Game 1 on Saturday night on GX94 (PXP at 7:00) while the Wolverines will visit the Dauphin Kings on Friday night for game 1 on GX94. (Pregame 7:20/pXP at 7:30)

Monday 4 March 2013

2013 MJHL Playoff Picture

Terriers'; Mils' ranked in Final CJHL's Top 20 Rankings

CJHL's Final Top 20 Rankings

1. Brooks Bandits (AJHL) (1)
2. Minnesota Wilderness (SIJHL) (2)
3. Dauphin Kings (MJHL) (4)
4. Summerside Western Capitals (MHL) (3)
5. Trenton Golden Hawks (OJHL) (5)
6. Humboldt Broncos (SJHL) (6)
7. Yorkton Terriers (SJHL)(7)
8. Winnipeg Blues (MJHL) (8)
9. Yarmouth Jr. 'A' Mariners (MHL) (9)
10. Penticton Vees (BCHL) (15)
11. Melville Millionaires (SJHL) (11)
12. Buffalo Jr. Sabres (OJHL) (12)
13. Surrey Eagles (BCHL) (14)
14. Victoria Grizzlies (BCHL) (10)
15. North Bay Trappers (NOJHL) (16)
16. Truro Bearcats (MHL) (13)
17. Kingston Voyageurs (OJHL) (17)
18. Okotoks Oilers (AJHL) (18)
19. Ottawa Jr. A Senators (CCHL) (19)
20. Saint Jerome Pantheres (LHJAAAQ) (HM)
Honourable Mention: Nanaimo Clippers (BCHL), Spruce Grove Saints (AJHL), OCN Blizzard (MJHL), Soo Thunderbirds (NOJHL), Carleton Place Canadians (CCHL)

*The Terriers are still waiting their first round Semi-Final opponent, the winner of the Sherwood division survivor series. Estevan currently has a 2-0 series lead on the Kindersley Klippers with Game 3 set for tomorrow night in Estevan

*The Mils know they will meet the Notre Dame Hounds in their Sherwood Division Semi-Final. Game 1 is set for Friday night 7:30 Horizon Credit Union

Yorkton Terriers Coaches Show with Trent Cassan- March 4 Edition

Sunday 3 March 2013

Wayway loses 4th straight game in Steinbach on Sunday

The Wayway Wolverines lost all 3 games on their 3 games in 3 nights road trip after falling 7-0 to the Steinbach Pistons on Sunday night.

17 year old Wyatt Kieper got the start in net for the Wolverines and stopped 46 of 53 shots in a losing cause.

The Wolverines will wrap up their regular season on Tuesday when they host the Swan Valley Stampeders 7:30 Wayway Arena Complex.

**MJHL side note- Winkler beat Selkirk tonight 4-3 to clinch a playoff spot.

Saturday 2 March 2013

Wolverines drop 3rd straight in Winkler

The Wayway Wolverines dropped their 3rd straight 5-1 to the Winkler Flyers.

David Haaf got the lone goal for the Wolverines.

They will finish off their 3 in 3 nights on Sunday in Steinbach

Friday 1 March 2013

Stamps roll over Neepawa 8-1; Wayway falls in Selkirk

The Swan Valley Stampeders have made it 2 wins in a row over the Neepawa Natives with a convincing 8-1 victory.

The Stamps would begin the game the best way they could as they scored 4 goal in the first 8:19 as Bo Sigurdson, Jordan Neduzak and Justin Valentino with 2 would get the goals, while Kyle Smart would add 1 more to make it a 5-0 Swan Valley lead after 20 minutes of play.

At 10:55 of the 2nd period, Dylan Hykawy would rip a slapper to make it a 6-0 lead for the hometown team. Just under 2 mins later, Brenden Wilde would get Neepawa on the board to make it a 5 goal hockey game. Garret Johnston would help Swan regain the 6 goal lead to make it 7-1 after 2 periods of play.

Their would be a lone goal in the final frame, Valentino would get his hat-trick goal and 18th goal of the season to make it a 8-1 final.

Stamps' goalie Nathan Armstrong stopped 25 of 26 shots for the victory while Neepawa used both goaltenders in the game with Bruce Corrigal stopped 24 of 30 shots while Matt Kohlman stopped 18 of 20 shots.

The Stamps will conclude their regular season on Tuesday when they visit Wayway at 7:30, they will meet OCN next Saturday March 9th for Game 1 of the Best of 7 Sherwood Semi at 7:00
The Wayway Wolverines lost their 2nd straight a 4-1 decision to the Selkirk Steelers.

Russell Turner scored the lone Wolverine goal while Cory Simons stopped 40 shots in a losing cause, while former Wolverine Riley Feser stopped 40 of 41 shots to get the W against his former team.

Wayway will continue their roadtrip on Saturday in Winkler at 7:30

MJHL's Sherwood Division Semi-Finals Schedules Set


Mar 08WaywayseecappoatDauphin Kings7:30 pm
Mar 10Dauphin KingsatWaywayseecappo7:30 pm
Mar 12WaywayseecappoatDauphin Kings7:30 pm
Mar 13Dauphin KingsatWaywayseecappo7:30 pm
Mar 15WaywayseecappoatDauphin Kings (if necess)7:30 pm
Mar 17Dauphin KingsatWaywayseecappo (if necess)7:30 pm
Mar 19WaywayseecappoatDauphin Kings (if necess)7:30 pm


Mar 09Swan ValleyatOCN Blizzard7:00 pm
Mar 11OCN BlizzardatSwan Valley7:30 pm
Mar 13Swan ValleyatOCN Blizzard7:00 pm
Mar 16OCN BlizzardatSwan Valley7:30 pm
Mar 17Swan ValleyatOCN Blizzard (if necess)7:00 pm
Mar 19OCN BlizzardatSwan Valley (if necess)7:30 pm
Mar 20Swan ValleyatOCN Blizzard (if necess)7:00 pm