Tuesday 31 December 2013

Langenburg's Hartung captures Provincial Junior Men's Curling Championships

The time has finally come for Langenburg's Tyler Hartung to wear Saskatchewan curlings green jacket as his rink of Mat Ring, Brendan Ryan and Brandon Leippi captured the Saskatchewan Junior men's curling championship with a 9-7 win over Saskatoons Chad Lang.

The win caps off a perfect week for the rink as they were undefeated on their way to the title. 

Hartung and his rink will now represent Saskatchewan at the 2014 M&M Meat Shops Canadian Junior Curling Championships Jan. 18th- 26th in Liverpool, Nova Scotia. 

Monday 30 December 2013

Mils score 3 in the 3rd to comeback and defeat Terriers on Monday Night

The Melville Millionaires score 3 unanswered goals in the 3rd period and that was enough to double up the Yorkton Terriers 4-2 on Monday night to take over 1st place in the Viterra division, 1 point ahead the Terriers.

The Terriers would open up the first with a lot more jump then the Mils controlling much of period number 1 and they would rewarded as Tayler Thompson would deflect home a Brett Boehm shot over top of Isaiah Plett for his 10th goal of the season to give the Terriers an early 1-0 lead after 20 minutes.

It would be a tale of two periods in the 2nd period as the Mils would have most of the control including a couple early powerplays, and that's where they would get their first goal as a mad scramble would develop in front of Kale Thomson and it would be dman Adam Dibella jumping on the loose puck and potting home his 2nd goal of the season to even it up at 1-1 after 2 periods of play.

In the 3rd it would be once again the Terriers get the first marker and it would be AP Adam Santoro getting his 1st SJHL goal deflecting one home past Plett to regain the Terriers one goal lead at 2-1.
The Mils would once again even it back home at 11:47 of the 3rd, when Tyson Predinchuk would go top shelf on Thomson for his 17th to push the game to a 2-2 tie. The Mils would then get a late powerplay and with 2:07 left on the clock it would be Landon Farrell (pictured above) taking a nice feed in front from Lane Harbor and putting home his 10th goal of the season to give the Mils their first lead at 3-2. Colin Mospanchuk would ice it for the Mils in the final minute with an empty netter to make it a 4-2 Mils final.

Isaiah Plett stopped 26 of 28 shots for the victory while Kale Thomson stopped 29 shots in a losing cause.

The rematch and back end of this home n home on New Years Day. 1:50/2:00pm on GX94 with Yorkton Dodge Junior Hockey from the FAA.

Sunday 29 December 2013

Swan Valley loses final game of 2013 in Neepawa

The Swan Valley Stampeders lost their final game of the calendar year as they were doubled up 6-3 by the Neepawa Natives on Sunday night. 

Max Flanagan, Braydon McDonald, and Bo Sigurdson scored the markers for the Stamps while Luke Karakas led the way for the Natives with a couple of goals. 

Graham Hunt got his 2nd straight start and stopped 37 of 43 in a losing cause. 

The Stamps next game will be on New Years Day when they host the OCN Blizzard at 2pm from th Centennial Arena. 

Saturday 28 December 2013

Stamps lose in 1st Game of Post Xmas Sked

The Swan Valley Stampeders lost in their first game of their Post Christmas schedule as they dropped a 5-1 decision to the Sherwood division leading Virden Oil Capitals.

Max Flanagan's league leading 28th goal was the lone marker for the Stampeders in a losing cause. The Oil Caps got goals from 5 different goal scorers with former Yorkton Terrier Curtis Oliver leading the way with 1G 1A.

Adam Iwan stopped 24 shots for the win while newcomer Graham Hunt stopped 36 of 41 shots in a losing cause.

The Stampeders will go right back at it tomorrow night (Sun) when they visit the Neepawa Natives for a 6:30 Puck drop.

Saturday 21 December 2013

Stamps prevail in the shootout over Virden on Friday Night

The Swan Valley Stampeders got back on the win track as they defeated the Virden Oil Capitals 3-2 in the shootout on Friday night.

Max Provencher and Dylan Hykawy scored the Stamps goals in regulation while Max Flanagan got the lone goal in the shootout for the victory.

Nathan Armstrong stopped 39 of 41 shots between the pipes in a winning cause. The Stamps will finish off their pre-Christmas schedule tonight (Sat) when they host the defending champion Steinbach Pistons 7:30 from the Centennial Arena.

Friday 20 December 2013

Prairie Fire off to Calgary for the Mac's Tournament which begins Boxing Day


The Melville Fox FM Prairie Fire will participate in the prestigious 36th annual Mac's Midget Tournament taking place December 26th/13 - January 1st/14 in Calgary Alberta.

Prairie Fire Schedule:
Dec. 26th/13- 10AM SK Time vs. Lloydminster Steelers
Dec 27th/13- 9AM SK time vs. Kootenay Wildcats
Dec. 29th/13- 11:30AM SK time vs. Spruce Grove Saints
Dec 30th/13- 2PM SK time vs. Highwood Raiders

Fox Fm Prairie Fire Head Coach Kevin Kirkwood chats about the first half of the season and about the upcoming Mac's Tournament below.

Wednesday 18 December 2013

Kilback plays hero as Mils take 3 game winning streak into Break

Allen Kilback got his 2nd of the night just 20 seconds into the overtime period to lead the Melville Millionaires to their 3rd straight victory as they beat the Melfort Mustangs 5-4 on Wednesday night at the Northern Lights Palace.

TJ Constant (his 3rd goal in as many games), Adam Koopman and Kelvin Walz also scored for the Mils while Connor Tudor & Dylan Ostertag chipped in with 2 assists each in the win.

Rookie Richard Palmer stopped 24 of 28 shots to get the victory.

The Mils will head into the Xmas Break with a 20-8-2-2 record just 1 point behind their rivals the Yorkton Terriers for first in the Viterra division, and their next game will be when they host the Terriers at the HCUC. Pregame 7:20, Play by Play at 7:30 on GX94.

Mils Coaches Show- Dec 18th Edition

Tuesday 17 December 2013

Boehm's 4 points lead Terriers into the break on high note with win over Notre Dame

The Yorkton Terriers were able to snap their modest 3 game winless streak as they hammered the Notre Dame Hounds 6-0 on Tuesday night at the FAA.

The scoring would begin 10:58 into period number 1 as the newest Terrier Brett Boehm (pictured above) would make his way into the middle of the slot and ripped it by Brett Soles on the blocker side for his 2nd as a Terrier and 12th of the season to give the Terriers a 1-0 lead after 20 minutes of play.

In the 2nd period it would be the Terrier powerplay going to work as at 6:20 of the middle frame it would be the Terriers getting the first of 2 powerplay goals as Tyson Enzie would take a nice feed in the slot and put it top shelf on Soles for his 8th to make it 2-0. Another powerplay goal this time by Dylan Johnson his 5th of the season would push the Terriers lead to 3-0. The Terriers would increase their lead to 4-0 as Captain Devon McMullen would get his 6th goal with just 24 seconds remaining in the 2nd frame.

The home team would get off to a quick start once again as just a modest 42 seconds into the 3rd period Boehm would get his 2nd of the night and 13th of the season to push the Terriers lead to 5-0. The Terriers for good measure would add their final marker as McMullen would get his 2nd goal of the evening to make it a 6-0 Terriers victory.

Kale Thomson stopped 25 shots for his 5th shutout of the season while the Hounds' Brett Soles stopped 25 of 31 in a losing cause.

The Terriers' are now into their Christmas break as their next action will be on December 30th when they visit their Highway 10 rivals the Melville Millionaires. 7:20/7:30 on GX94 from the HCUC in Melville with Yorkton Dodge Junior Hockey.

Yorkton's Ottenbreit to play 1st WHL Game Tonight with Saskatoon!

It will be a big night for Yorkton product and Yorkton Harvest defenseman Turner Ottenbreit who will suit up for the Saskatoon Blades tonight (Tues) in his 1st Western Hockey League game as the Blades host the WHL's best Kelowna Rockets at the Credit Union Center.

The 6'2" 174 lbs 16 year old defenseman who is in his 2nd year with the SMAAAHL's Harvest has 4 goals and 7 assists for 11 points in 25 games so far this season.

Ottenbreit talks about the opportunity below.

Fort Knox Coaches Show- Dec 17th Edition

Sunday 15 December 2013

Stamps fall to Valentino & the Kings on Sunday Night

The Swan Valley Stampeders lost their 3rd straight on Sunday as they fell to their former Captain Justin Valentino and the Dauphin Kings 5-2.

The first period would be one that the Stamps would like to forget as they were outplayed by the Kings and the score would show it as goals by Jesse Bernard, Cameron Whyte, Jared Morris, and Brayden Cuthbert would give the Kings a 4-0 lead after 20 minutes. 

The 2nd frame would be a little more better for the Stamps as they would provide a little more offence and they would pot the only goal of the period and it would be Jagger Thomas hammering home a loose puck for his 2nd goal of the season to make it a 4-1 Kings lead after 2.

In the 3rd the Stamps would have chance after chance but couldn't convert much past goalie Michael Stilliadis until the final minute when Max a Flanagan tipped home his league leading 26th goal to make it a 4-2 deficit, but it was just Too little too late as Mitch VanTeeling would add a late one to make it a 5-2 a Dauphin final.

Stilliadis stopped 26 for the win in goal while Stamps goalie Nathan Armstrong stopped 40 of 45 shots in a losing cause. 

The Stamps will play their final 2 games before the Xmas at home hosting Virden on Friday and the Steinbach Pistons on Saturday night.  

While in the SJHL,

The Melville Millionaires got goals from 4 different scorers as they doubled up the Estevan Bruins on Sunday from the HCUC.

Lane Harbor, TJ Constant, Alec Brandrup and Tyson Predinchuk all scored for the Mils while Isaiah Plett stopped 24 shots for the win.

The Mils will play their final game before the Xmas break on Wednesday when they visit the Melfort Mustangs at 7:30.

ICYMI from Saturday night,

The Yorkton Terriers fell in their 3rd straight game as they lost 6-3 to the Notre Dame Hounds.

Cortlan Proctor, Dylan Baer and Brayden Schmidt (1st SJHL goal) all scored for the Terriers while Riley made 21 saves in a losing cause.

The Terriers will host these very same Notre Dame Hounds in their last game before the Xmas break on Tuesdy at the FAA. Pregame 7:20, 7:30 on Gx94 with Yorkton Dodge Junior Hockey. 

Friday 13 December 2013

Stamps get blanked by Portage; Mils win; Terriers fall in OT on Friday Night

The Swan Valley Stampeders dropped their 2nd straight decision as they were blanked 3-0 by the Portage Terriers on Friday night at the Centennial Arena in Swan River.

It wasn't the start were looking for as just 1:41 into period number 1, the Terriers would open the scoring as Tyler Jeanson would knock home his 12th of the season through the five-hole of Lasse Peterson to give his team an early 1-0. The Stamps throughout the opening frame would not get much offence whats so ever as they were only able to muster up 5 shots in the 1st and the visitors led 1-0 after 1.

In the 2nd it was a little better start for the Stamps as they did have some chances including the league's top goal scorer in Max Flanagan hitting the post on a 2-on-1 but it would be the Portage Terriers getting the only goal and it would be Nolan Ross getting his 6th of the season to give the Terriers a 2 goal 2-0 after 40 minutes.

In the 3rd it would be the Stamps' best period of the 3, but they did have 3 early powerplays including a 4 minute powerplay which they couldn't convert and they would go 0 for 6 on the powerplay on the evening. Terriers' captain and lone 20 year old Riley Hay would put the final nail in the coffin for the Terriers with a late powerplay goal his 8th to complete the scoring at 3-0 Portage.

Talor Joseph stopped 25 shots for his 1st MJHL shutout while 16 year old Lasse Peterson was very solid in a losing cause stopping 39 of 42 shots.

The Stamps will return to action on Sunday when they visit the Dauphin Kings, pregame 7:20, Play by play at 7:30 on GX94.

In the SJHL,

The Melville Millionaires got by on the win track as they doubled up the visiting Melfort Mustangs 6-3 at the HCUC.

Allen Kilback scored a couple in his return to the Mils lineup while Alec Brandrup, Lane Harbor, Kelvin Walz and newcomer TJ Constant also scored for the Mils. Landon Farrell chipped in with 3 assists for the Mils.

Richard Palmer stopped 30 of 33 shots for the win for the Mils.

The Mils will play their final home game before Xmas on Sunday when they host the Estevan Bruins at 6:00 HCUC.

The Yorkton Terriers managed to get a point, but for the 2nd straight the Estevan Bruins got the better hand of the Terriers defeating them tonight 4-3 in overtime with Tanner Froese getting the OT winner.

Recently acquired Brett Boehm had a goal and an assist in his 1st game as a Terrier while Derek Falloon and Kailum Gervais also scored for the Terriers. Kale Thomson stopped 19 shots in a losing cause.

The Terriers will go right back at it on Saturday night when they visit the Notre Dame Hounds at 7:00

Wednesday 11 December 2013

Terriers make splash acquiring Boehm from the Bombers


The Yorkton Terriers have made a trade to try and get some more scoring as they have acquired reigning SJHL Rookie of the Year 19 year old forward Brett Boehm (pictured left ) from the Flin Flon Bombers in exchange for 18 year old forward Dalton Menke (pictured right)  & future considerations.

Boehm, from Martensville compiled 10 goals and 12 assists for 22 points in 20 games this season with the Bombers while last year in his rookie season he had 25 goals, 29 assists for 54 points. Boehm is committed next year to the University of Minnesota-Duluth (NCAA).

In the Shamrock SK native Menke, the Terriers give up a player who has 6 goals 4 assists for 10 points this season over 24 games in his rookie season.

Terrriers General Manager Don Chesney chats about the acquistion of Boehm.

Mils Coaches Show- Dec 11th Edition; Mils acquire 20 year old Constant fron OCN


The Melville Millionaires swung a deal with the OCN Blizzard of the MJHL by acquiring 20 year old forward TJ Constant for future considerations.

The Pas, Manitoba native has scored 68 goals, 115 assists for 183 points over 226 games (parts of 4 seasons with the OCN Blizzard.

Constant this year chipped in with 8 goals , 6 assists for 14 points in 19 games this season.

Terriers point streak gets snapped in Estevan

The Yorkton Terriers got their point streak snapped at 10 games on Tuesday night as they lost 4-3 to the Estevan Bruins at Spectra Place. 

The Terriers would start off the open period with some jump and get some good chances including Derek Falloon hitting the post a minute in but it would be the Bruins who would strike first as Austin Daae would direct home a Tanner Froese pass , past Kale Thomson to give the Bruins a 1-0 lead. The Terriers shortly after would head to the penalty box and the Bruins would convert on the PP as Austin Rosselen would get the goal to give them a early 2-0 lead. It would stay like that until the latter stages of the 1st when Yorkton Harvest call up Corwin Stevely would convert on a nice feed from Josh Ellis in the slot for his 1st SJHL goal to make it sit at 2-1 Bruins after 1 period of play.

In the 2nd it would be the Bruins opening the scoring once again as this time it would be Jason Duret netting his 1st goal as a Bruin to regain them their 2 goal lead at 3-1. The middle of this period would be when the Terriers would start to pick it up and carry most of the play and they would be rewarded as Dalton Menke would snap one past Matt Gibney for his 6th of the Season with just over 40 seconds to go to cut the Bruin lead in half once again to 3-2 after 40 minutes. 

In the third the Terriers would continue their strong play but it would be Estevan again converting with the mad advantage as Captain Tanner Froese would wrist one over the right pad of Thomson to make it a 2 goal 4-2 Bruin lead. The Terriers would get a little life back as Tayler Thompson would put a rebound where Grandma hides the cookies top shelf for his 9th to make it 4-3. Yorkton would put on frantic pressure to try and get the equalizer and even have a late power play but they couldn't complete the comeback as the Bruins held on for a 4-3 win. 

Matt Gibney stopped 32 of 35 shots for the win while Kale Thomson stopped 20 shots in a losing cause. 

These two teams will go right back at it for the 6th and final time on Friday night at the FAA 7:30 Faceoff 

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Tuesday 10 December 2013

Fort Knox Coaches Show- DEC 10th Edition

Pair of Mils Grab SJHL Weekly Honours

Tyson Predinchuk, Melville Millionaires
1995 F Tyson Predinchuk (Regina SK) helped cap a four goal comeback win on Thursday in La Ronge by scoring three goals on his way to a five point week over four games played. Predinchuk also had an assist on Tuesday in a win over Notre Dame and also scored in Saturday’s loss to the Hounds. For the season, Predinchuk has 15-goals and 13-assists in 23-games.

Cole Berreth, Melville Millionaires
1994 D Cole Berreth (Bowden AB) has played himself onto the top pairing for the Millionaires this season and is relied upon in all situations as his game continues to become more well rounded. This past week, Berreth had assists in games Tuesday and Saturday against the Hounds as well as Thursday in La Ronge. He is up to 2-goals and 8-assists in 23-games played overall.

Stampeders swing deal with the Dauphin Kings

The Swan Valley Stampeders have announced that they dealt 20-year old forward Justin Valentino & a 2014 Fifth round pick to the Dauphin Kings in exchange for a 2014 1st round pick and future considerations.

The Thompson, MB native scored 47 goals  and 87 assists for 134 points over 152 games as a Stampeder.
Valentino this season for the Stamps over 28 games compiled 5 goals and 25 assists for 30 points

Stamps Head Coach/GM Erik Peterson comments on the trade

Monday 9 December 2013

Terriers move up a spot to #7 in CJHL's Top 20 Rankings

1. Spruce Grove Saints (AJHL) (2)
2. Carleton Place Canadiens (CCHL) (3)
3. Fort McMurray Oil Barons (AJHL) (1)
4. Soo Thunderbirds (NOJHL) (5)
5. Powell River Kings (BCHL) (7)
6. Fort Frances Lakers (SIJHL) (4)
7. Yorkton Terriers (SJHL) (8)
8. Toronto Lakeshore Patriots (OJHL) (9)
9. Steinbach Pistons (MJHL) (6)
10. Portage Terriers (MJHL) (13)
11. Pembroke Lumber Kings (CCHL) (11)
12. Weeks Crushers (MHL) (10)
13. Kirkland Lake Gold Miners (NOJHL) (14)
14. Selkirk Steelers (MJHL) (12)
15. Thunder Bay North Stars (SIJHL) (15)
16. Aurora Tigers (OJHL) (NR)
17. Vernon Vipers (BCHL) (NR)
18. Penticton Vees (BCHL) (HM)
19. Dieppe Commandos (MHL) (19)
20. Les Pantheres de Saint Jerome (LHJAAAQ) (NR)
Honourable Mention: Brooks Bandits (AJHL), Victoria Grizzlies (BCHL), Drumheller Dragons (AJHL), Okotoks Oilers (AJHL), Humboldt Broncos (SJHL)

Yorkton Terriers Coaches Show- Dec 9th Edition

Sunday 8 December 2013

Knox win; Bronx lose in PJHL/QVHL Action

In the PJHL

The Fort Knox held on to double up the Delisle Chiefs 8-4 in Balcarres in PJHL action to move into sole possession of 2nd place in the South division.

Dustin Minto led the way for the Knox with Hat trick while Travis Lemaire, Brayden Anderson, Nyle Stevenson, Brad Tomiski and Branden Kayter scored the other Knox markers. Brayden Atkinson led the way for the Chiefs with 2 goals, while Mark Ganter and Dalyn Hoiness also replied for Delisle. 

The game also featured a 6 on 6 line brawl that included the 2 goalies just 3 seconds into the 2nd period. 

Johnathan Loeffler and Josh Switzer were the winning Knox goalies while Keith Boom and Tyler Peakman were the losing tenders for the Chiefs 

In the QVHL (2nd game of our double header) 

The Balcarres Bronx lost their 2nd straight game as they fell 6-4 to the visiting Balgonie Bisons in a rematch of last years league final.

Former Yorkton Terrier Lance Herauf led the way with 2 goals for the Bisons while fellow former Terrier Nathan Murray, Kurtis Selinger, Jason Weitzel and Drew Istace chipped in with the others. Replying for the Broncs was Jarett Waldbauer, Mark Hartman, Jamie Miller and Jordan Johns. 

Riley Ross got the win in goal for Balgonie, while David Dempster got the defeat between the pipes for the Broncs. 

In the SJHL

The Melville Millionaires lost their 2nd straight game as they fell 4-2 at home to the Notre dame Hounds.

Tyson Predinchuk and Alec Brandrup scored for the Mils while Isaiah Plett stopped 27 of 31 shots in a losing cause. 

The Mils next action will be on Friday when they host Melfort Mustangs at the HCUC at 7:30. 

Friday 6 December 2013

Mils get win streak snapped as they fall in Flin Flon

The Melville Millionaires had their 4 game winning streak snapped as they were blanked 3-0 by the Flin Flon Bombers.

The first period was the most even period of the 3 as both teams had their fair share of chances but it was scoreless after 1 period. 

In the early stages of the 2nd the even play would continue but it would be the Bombers converting and getting on the board as Brock Hounsell would make it a 1-0 lead. It would stay like that until just under 2 mins to go then it would be Austin Calladine getting his 1st of 2 on the night to give the Bombers a 2-0 lead after 40 mins. 

The third would be the Mils best period as they had many chances to make it a 1 goal lead and then they would get a power play but during that man advantage Adam Koopman would be penalized with a 5 min major for boarding and during that Bomber power play they would convert and Calladine would get his 2nd of the night to make it a 3-0 Bomber final.

Devin Buffalo stopped 34 for the shutout while Isaiah Plett stopped 31 in a losing cause.

Mils will play their 4th game in 6 nights on  Sunday when they host Notre Dame 6:00 at the HCUC
Also in the SJHL,

The Yorkton Terriers moved 4 points ahead of the Mils as they shutout Nipawin 3-0 at the FAA. 

Tayler Thompson led the way with a couple shorthanded goals while Josh Ellis chipped one into the empty net for the other. 

Kale Thomson stopped 29 Shota for his 4th shutout of the season. 

The Terriers will be in Estevan on Tuesday. Pregame at 7:20 on GX94. 

Thursday 5 December 2013

Mils start roady with a wild win in La Ronge

The Melville Millionaires won their 4th game in a row as they came all the way back to defeat the La Ronge Ice Wolves 6-5 in overtime.

It wasn't the start the Mils were looking for as they were very sloppy and not into it in the 1st period and the Ice Wolves would convert on their opportunity as a couple of former Mils players Michael Sagen and Rhett Kehoe (SH) would give La Ronge a early 2-0 after 20 minutes of play.

Owen LaClare would give the Ice Wolves an early 3-0 lead just 45 seconds into period number 2 with his 13th goal. But just 45 seconds later Tyson Predinchuk (pictured above)  would get his 12th of the season and 1st of 3 on the night to make it once again a 2 goal hockey game. But La Ronge would come back with 2 more of their own off the sticks of LaClare and Cole Golka to give the Ice Wolves a commanding 5-1 lead. But the Mils would begin to get their legs under the name and start skating and they would be awarded as Matt Carr & Joseph Sutherland would both notch their 1st SJHL goals to cut the Mils deficit to only 5-3 after 2 periods.

The Mils comeback would continue early in the 3rd as Predinchuk would get his 2nd of the night and 13th of the season to make it 5-4. It would stay like that until 1:05 left in regulation and with the goalie pulled as Predinchuk would get hat trick goal to complete the comeback and tie it at 5-5 going into overtime.

Mils continue their strong play into the extra frame, and with just 19 seconds remaining Colin Mospanchuk would bounce a puck in from behind the goal line of a Ice Wolves' dman skate and past Tyler Fuhr to give the Mils 6-5 overtime victory.

Isaiah Plett stopped 26 of 31 shots for the win while Tyler Fuhr turned aside 31 of 37 in a losing cause.

The Mils will finish off the 2 game roady on Friday (tonight) when they travel to the Whitney forum to take on the Flin Flon Bombers. Pregame 7:20, pxp at 7:30 on GX94

Tuesday 3 December 2013

Stamps; Mils both win 3rd straight on Tuesday

The Swan Valley Stampeders won their 3rd straight and moved into sole possession of 2nd in the Sherwood division with a 4-3 win over the Wayway Wolverines. 

Nic Erb, Colton Brausen, Dylan Favell and Max Flanagan with his league leading 24th (also named MJHL Player of the Month for November earlier today) all scored for the Stamps. Nick Schreiner (2) and Drake Bodie replied for the Wolverines. 

Lasse Peterson stopped 20 of 23 shots for his 1st MJHL win while Mitch Wiebe made 30 saves in a losing cause. 

The Stamps will visit the Neepawa Natives on Friday while Wayway is in Winnipeg. 

In the SJHL, 

The Melville Millionaires used 7 different goal scorers as they defeated the Notre Dame Hounds 7-4 for their 3rd consecutive victory. 

Colin Mospanchuk, Kelvin Walz, Dylan Ostertag, Landon Farrell, Ashton Clark, Reed Murray and Eric Meyer were the goal scorers for the Mils while Isaiah Plett stopped 24 of 27 shots for the win. Johnathan Loeffler stopped 2 of 3 in brief appearance for the Mils. 

The Mils will begin a 2 game Northern Roady in La Ronge against the Ice Wolves before visiting Flin Flon on Friday. Both games will be on GX94, pregame show 7:20, PXP at 7:30. 

Stamps/ Wolverines Broadcast Postponed

The gx94 broadcast scheduled for tonight between Swan Valley & Way Way has been postponed due to phone connection issues and technical difficulties. Rescheduled date to be determind 

Fort Knox Coaches Show- Dec 3rd Edition

Sunday 1 December 2013

Local December 1st Deals

The Melville Millionaires trade Alex Devillier & Chris Stovall to Campbelton of Maritime Junior Hockey league for Futures.

The Millionaires also acquire '95 Born dman Zach Fowles from the Okotoks Oilers of the AJHL. The 6'1" 214 pounder was pointless in 4 games with Okotoks. He played at the Edge Prep school last year. 

The Swan Valley Stampeders have traded 20 year old defenseman Luke Fenske to the Steinbach Pistons for future considerations. Fenske was acquired in the Mitch Deacon deal earlier this week from Whitecourt. 

Successful Saturday Night

The Yorkton Terriers got back on the win track tonight as they shutout the Melfort Mustangs 3-0 at the FAA.

Josh Ellis scored 2 goals (both into the empty net)  to lead the way for the Terriers while Devon McMullen notched the other for the Terriers. 

Kale Thomson stopped 23 for his 3rd shutout of the season. Terriers return to the ice Friday when they host Nipawin 7:30 FAA. 

Also in the SJHL,

The Melville Millionaires made it a clean sweep of their 2 game Northern roady as they dumped the Flin Flon Bombers 5-3 at the Whitney Forum. 

Kelvin Walz, Colin Mospanchuk, Alex Devillier, Cole Berreth and Reed Murray all scored for the Mils while Isaiah Plett stopped 27 shots for the victory. 

The Mils return to home ice on Tuesday when they entertain Notre Dame 7:30 HCUC. 

In the MJHL, 

The Swan Valley Stampeders won their 2nd straigh in a big way as they defeated the Neepawa Natives 5-0. 

Carter Johnson and Nic Erb both led the way in the goal department with 2 goals each, while Max Flanagan scored the other. Max Provencher chipped in with 3 assists. 

Nathan Armstrong turned aside 22 shots for his 1st MJHL shutout. 

The Stamps will visit Wayway on Tuesday. Pregame 7:20, PXP at 7:30 on GX94