Tuesday 29 September 2015

Mils still winless after 7-3 loss to Battlefords

   The Melville Millionaires lost their 4th straight to start the season after dropping a 7-3 decision to the Battlefords North Stars.

    The North Stars took the upper hand early on in the hockey game as they bang home 3 goals in the opening frame as first off Jake McMillen's wrap around would beat David Anderson for his 3rd of the season to make it an early 1-0 lead. Then before the first buzzer could go Layne Young would add a couple power play goals late to give the Stars a 3-0 lead after 20 minutes.

The Stars would pick off where they left off from the 1st as SJHL leading scorer Dustin Gorgi would put the home town team 4-0. Then just 1:19 later, Connor Sych would make it a 5 goal lead early in the middle frame. Tyler Kreklewich would deflect home his 1st of the season just shortly after to get the Mils on the board and cut them within 4 at 5-1 after 2 periods.

The Mils would get an early PP in the 3rd and they would convert as Tyson Predinchuk would finish off a nice passing to snipe home his 2nd of the year to cut the Mils deficit to 5-2. McMillen would bang home his 2nd of the night to regain the Stars lead at 6-2. Brennen Miller would once again give the Mils some life as he hammer home his 1st point of the season to make it 6-3. The North Stars would add one more as Coby Downs notched his 5th of the season to finish the scoring a 7-3 final.

Ryan Rewerts made 25 saves for his 4th win while David Anderson got the start for the Mils and he was pulled after 5 goals on 20 shots. Josh Bykowski relieved Anderson and made 20 saves on 22 shots.

The Mils will search for his 1st win of the year once again on Wednesday night in Kindersley. Pregame shot 7:20, pxp at 7:30 on GX94.


Meanwhile in the MJHL,

The Swan Valley Stampeders suffered their first loss of the season and dropped to 2-1, as they lost 5-4 to the Virden Oil Capitals.

Trevor Mann led the way for the Stamps with 1G 2A while Michael Fortin, Josh Tripp and Gavin Froese also scored.

Zach Degraves made 33 saves in a losing cause.

The Stamps return to action on Friday when they take on the Winnipeg Blues at the MJHL Showcase at 7PM in a game you can hear on GX94.


The Wayway Wolverines are also still winless in 2015/16 as they lost on home ice tonight 6-4 to the Dauphin Kings.

Alex Keena, Ty Enns, Layne Anderson and Robert Briem scored for the Wolverines.

The Wolverines' next action will be Thursday when they take on the Selkirk Steelers in the opening day of the MJHL showcase at 7PM MB time on GX94.

Monday 28 September 2015

Terriers Coaches Show- Sept 28th Edition

In this weeks intallment of the KW Men's Wear Yorkton Terriers Coaches Show, Head Coach/GM Trent Cassan recaps the road trip this past weekend through Battlefords and Kindersley and preview this weeks matchup with Estevan (Wed.) & Notre Dame (Fri)

Sunday 27 September 2015

Local Saturday Night Recap

The Swan Valley Stampeders won their 2nd straight to start the MJHL season as they beat the Wayway Wolverines 3-2 last night. 

Jordie Valentino, Josh Tripp and Peter Matthews scored for the Stampeders. 

Alex Keena & Rylee Zimmer replied for the Wolverines. 

Brett Evans made his 1st MJHL start making 20 saves on 22 shots while Greg Harney made 20 stops in a losing cause. 

The Stamps next action will be on Tuesday night when they visit the Virden Oil Capitals while the Wolverines host the Dauphin Kings on Tuesday night. 


In the SJHL,

The Yorkton Terriers dropped their 3rd straight to start the campaign losing 6-5 to the Kindersley Klippers. 

Brandon Sookro scored twice to lead the offensively while Jordan Evans, Adam Santoro, and Dayton Boutillier also scored for the Terriers. 

Matt Kustra made 33 saves in a losing cause.

The Terriers next action will be on Wednesday when they visit the Estevan Bruins. 


The Melville Millionaires are also still winless to start their 2015/16 SJHL season. 

The Mils had a 3-2 lead in the 3rd, but the Melfort Mustangs scored 4 unanswered goals (2 into the empty net) to beat the Mils 6-3. 

Christian Stevens, Dylan Ostertag and Mitch Foyle scored for the Mils while Melville net minder Josh Bykowski stopped 35 in the loss. 

The Mils will head out on the road on Tursday night when they visit the Battlefords North Stars. GX94 will broadcast the game with Yorkton Dodge Junior hockey, Pregame show 7:20 PxP at 7:30. 

Friday 25 September 2015

Langan's 2 goals helps Stamps win season opener, 4-2 over OCN

The Swan Valley Stampeders started their 2015/16 MJHL season with a bang as they opened it up with a 4-2 win over the OCN Blizzard on Friday night at the Centennial Arena in Swan River.

The two teams would play a very entertaining first period with the Stamps outshooting the Blizzard 16-11 in a scoreless first period.

Former Blizzard Tanner Koroscil would get the opening goal of the season for the Stamps as he would bang home his first of the season to give the home team an early 1-0 lead. It would stay like that until the 10:28 mark of the middle frame when Blizzard defenceman Rick Nicholson would find the loose puck and bang it home past goaltender Zach Degraves for his 1st to tie things up at 1-1. But before the period could end local product Tristan Langan (pictured above) would deflect home his 1st of a couple on the night to give the Stamps a one goal lead at 2-1 after 40 minutes.

Just 7:42 into the 3rd, veteran Stamp Daylan Creasy would take a nice feed in front and snap it home to give his team their first 2-goal lead at 3-1. The Blizzard would make things interesting as 20 year old Brendon Barron would bounce on a loose puck to get his team within 1 at 3-2. But with less than a minute to go, Langan would seal it into the empty net for his 2nd of the night to give Stamps their first victory, a 4-2 decision over their rivals the OCN Blizzard.

Zach Degraves stopped 32 of 34 shots to get his 1st MJHL win in his 1st start in a Stamps uniform. Blizzard goaltender was equally as good in a losing cause making 42 saves on 45 shots.

The Stamps will go right back at it on Saturday night when they visit the Wayway Wolverines at 7:30PM Mb time from the Wayway Arena Complex.

Other MJHL results:

Neepawa Natives 5 @ Dauphin Kings 2
Portage Terriers 4 @ Virden Oil Capitals 1
Winkler Flyers 5 @ Steinbach Pistons 2
Winnipeg Blues 4 @ Selkirk Steelers 3


Elsewhere in SJHL,

The Yorkton Terriers dropped their 3rd straight game to start the season, a 4-2 game in the Battlefords.

Jordan Evans & Jordan McCausland (1st SJHL goal) provided the offence for the Terriers.  Matt Kustra made his 1st start of the season making 29 saves in a losing cause.

The Terriers will continue their road trip on Saturday night in Kindersley at 7:30PM.

2015/16 MJHL Season Preview with Commissioner Kim Davis

Wednesday 23 September 2015

Mils Coaches Show- Sept 23rd Edition

In this weeks Melville Motors' Melville Millionaires Coaches Show, Head Coach/GM Jamie Fiesel recaps the opening couple losses to the Estevan Bruins, previews match-up Saturday vs. Melfort and talks about the Mils newest fundraiser.

Tuesday 22 September 2015

Swan Valley Stampeders Coaches Show- Sept. 22nd Edition

In this first installment of the Swan Valley Stampeders Coaches Show of 2015/16 season "brought

to you by Club Sapp- the newest gaming center located in Swan River !",
Stamps Head

Coach/GM Erik Petersen chats about what he liked from preseason and he also looks ahead to the

opening couple games of the regular season this weekend.

Monday 21 September 2015

Terriers Coaches Show- Sept 21st Edition

In this weeks installment of the KW Men's Wear Yorkton Terriers Coaches Show, Head Coach/GM Trent Cassan discusses this past weekends defeats to Weyburn and previews the teams first overnight road trip this weekend through Battlefords and Kindersley.

Sunday 20 September 2015

Yorkton falls in home opener, 5-3 to Weyburn

The Yorkton Terriers dropped their 2nd game to start the 2015/16 SJHL season as they fell 5-3 to the Weyburn Red Wings in their home opener.

The Welke Twins led the way offensively for the Terriers with each notching their first SJHL goals while big Kevin Wolf got the other marker for the home team. 

Braden Mellon had 2 goals for the Wings while Elvis Jansons, Mike Eskra, and Drake Glover replied with the other goals. 

Jack Burgart got his 2nd straight win in net stopping 24 shots while Cam Pateman made 35 saves in the loss. 

The Terriers next action will be on Friday night when they start a 2 game road trip in Battlefords against the North Stars 

Friday 18 September 2015

Terriers drop season opener 6-4 in Weyburn

The Yorkton Terriers comeback fell a little bit short for them in their season opener on Friday losing 6-4 to the Weyburn Red Wings.

The Red Wings would get the first good opportunity of the game as Brandon Volpe would be hauled down and was awarded a penalty shot but he was denied by the glove of Terrier netminder Cam Pateman. But the Wings would get on the board a short time later as Jacob Jeske get one through the five hole of Pateman to give the home team a 1-0 lead. Just 55 seconds later, the Terriers would even things up at 1-1 with a nice goal by 2nd year player Brandon Sookro. The Red Wings wouldn't be done there though as Jacob Fricks would add a powerplay goal late to give the Wings a 2-1 lead after 20 minutes.

The Wings would add to their lead to just over 2 minutes into the 2nd as Connor Burk would snap home his 1st of the season to give Weyburn their first two goal lead at 3-1. Carson Rose would add one later in the 2nd to give the Red Wings a 4-1 lead after 2 periods.

The Terriers would come out with some fight in the 3rd as they would two quick goals by Jordan Evans and the 1st SJHL goal from Addison Bazian to cut the deficit to just one at 4-3. Donovan Lumb would pull the Wings ahead by a couple once again just over 2 mins later to make it 5-3. But Sookro would add his 2nd of the night on the PP to give the Terriers more life and just a 5-4 deficit. But just 16 seconds later, Elvis Jansons would put the final nail in the coffin as he would beat Pateman to give the Wings a 6-4 victory.

Jack Burgart stopped 25 Terrier shots to get the win while Cam Pateman made 31 of 37 stops In a losing cause. 

The two teams will go right back at it on Saturday from the FAA at 7:30. 


Elsewhere in the SJHL,

In Estevan, it was a much better effort for the Melville Millionaires but it was the same result as one night ago as they fell 6-4 to the Estevan Bruins. 

Keegan Milligan, Christian Stevens, Li Shaw, and Tyson Predinchuk all scored while Cole Filler chipped in with 2 assists in the loss. 

Jason Duret led the way for the Bruins with 2 goals and an assist. 

Josh Bykowski made 34 saves for the Mils In the loss.

The Mils next action will be next Saturday when they host the Melfort Mustnaga at the HorIzon Credit Union Center at 7:30 

Thursday 17 September 2015

Mils drop season opener, 5-2 to the Estevan Bruins

The Melville Millionaires didn't get their 2015/16 SJHL season to the start they wanted dropping a 5-2 decision to the Estevan Bruins in the teams home opener at the Horizon Credit Union Center.

The Mils got off to a good start to their 2015/16 SJHL season and they would be rewarded with the first goal as rookie forward Cole Filler would deflect home his 1st SJHL marker on the powerplay through goaltender Tyler Fuhr to give the Mils an early 1-0 lead just 5:07 into the game. The Bruins would respond 6:10 later as Captain Keegan Allison would get a stick on his 1st to even things up at 1-1. The visitors would get their first lead of the night at the 15:04 mark as Kaelan Holt would finish up a nice passing play from Ryan Duret to make it 2-1. Bruins forward Lyndon Pastachak would be rewarded with a penalty shot late in the first and he would make no mistake to give the Bruins a 3-1 lead after 20 minutes.  Shots 18-8 Bruins.

In the 2nd, the Mils once again got off to a good start as Fruitvale, BC product Mitch Foyle chipped in with his 1st SJHL goal to cut the Mils deficit to just 3-2.  But then the Mils would get into a little penalty trouble, and Braden Oleskyn would direct home a nice feed back from Darcy Deroose to regain the Bruins' 2 goal lead. Then just a short time later, Keaton Longpre would add to that lead with his 1st of the season to push the lead to 5-2 which it would stay as the visitors got the 1st of the SJHL campaign.

20 year old Tyler Fuhr got the win in net for the Bruins stopping 24 of 26 shots. The Mils will split their duties, as David Anderson turned aside 14 of 17 shots before he was pulled from the game due to injury. 18 year old Jeff Veitch relieved Anderson and made 16 saves on 18 shots.

The two teams will go right back at it on Friday night from Affinity Place starting at 7:30.

Scoring Summary:
1st: MLV--  Cole Filler (1) from Tyson Predinchuk & Mitch Foyle  5:07  PP

1st: EST-- Keegan Allison (1) from Lyndon Pastachak & Robby McClellan  11:17

1st: EST-- Kaelan Holt (1) from Ryan Duret & Charles Manley  15:04

1st: EST-- Lyndon Pastachak (1) (Penalty Shot)  17:49

Shots 18-8 Estevan

2nd: MLV-- Mitch Foyle (1) from Cole Filler & Tyson Predinchuk  2:52

2nd: EST-- Braden Oleksyn (1) from Darcy Deroose and Zach Douglas  13:20 PP
2nd: EST-- Keaton Longpre (1) from Darcy Deroose & Owen LaClare  16:00 

Shots: 10-10

3rd:  (No Scoring)

Shots: 8-7 Melville

Wednesday 16 September 2015

Mils Coaches Show- Sept 16th Edition; Mils acquire Kitt from Flin Flon

       In this week's Melville Motors Melville Millionaires Coaches Show on GX94, Mils Head Coach/GM Jamie Fiesel recaps the preseason sked for his club, chats about a couple roster moves for his team and about the upcoming season opening home and home series with the Estevan Bruins that begins tomorrow (Thurs).

** Just a reminder that we kick off our Yorkton Dodge Junior Hockey broadcast schedule as well tomorrow (Thurs) with pregame show getting going at 7:20PM, play by play at 7:30PM from the Horizon Credit Union Center.

The Mils Poorman's Luncheon will begin Thursdays festivities and it goes from 11:30AM to 1:30PM at the Legion Hall in Melville. $10 will get you Chili & a bun plus a ticket to the home opener. Introduction of 2015/16 Mils will happen around 12:20PM, which includes


The Melville Millionaires have once again swung a deal to add a player to their forward group.

The Mils have acquired 19 year old forward Brett Kitt from the SJHL's Flin Flon Bombers in exchange for 19 year old forward Greyson Reitmeier and future considerations.

Kitt, a Brandon MB product had 7 goals & 8 assists for 15 points in 23 games with the Bombers last season. Kitt also has just over 60 games of WHL experience with the Lethbridge Hurricanes and his hometown Brandon Wheat Kings.

Reitmeier, who hails from Nakusp, BC is entering his 2nd year in the SJHL and 3rd season of Junior A hockey overal. Last year, he compiled 8 goals and 9 assists in 53 games with the Blue & White last season.

Sept 15th. MJHL Preseson Recap

Swan Valley Stampeders 5,  OCN Blizzard 1

Swan Valley Goals:
Michael Fortin (Hat Trick)
Evan Last
Evan Akkerman

Dauphin Kings 3, 
Wayway Wolverines 2

Wayway goals:

1st-  Aaron Dupasquier from Brayden Pettinger & Rhett Lough  0:34
2nd- Brett Opperman  (Unassisted)  11:32  (PP)

Monday 14 September 2015

Terriers Coaches Show- Sept 14th edition

In this weeks installment of the KW Men's Yorkton Terriers Coaches Show, Head Coach & GM Trent Cassan discusses the perfect preseason record for his club and the upcoming season opening home and home series with the Weyburn Red Wings this weekend.

Local Teams Dealin'

The Melville Millionaires completed a couple deals over the weekend.

First off they dealt F Mitch Lipon (96) to the BCHL's Merritt Centennials for the rights to D Matt Foley (95) & future considerations.

Lipon, a Regina SK product had 4 goals, 10 assists in 19 games in a Millionaire uniform. Lipon also has 76 games of WHL experience with the Spokane Chiefs, Saskatoon Blades & Kamloops Blazers.

The Mils also picked up 19 year old forward Michal Holub who was released by the Cowichan Valley Capitals (BCHL).

Holub who hails from Mission BC had 2 assists in 12 games with the Capitals last season. He also has 87 games of WHL experience with Lethbridge Hurricanes & Seattle Thunderbirds.


Also late last week, the Swan Valley Stampeders dealt 20 year old defenseman Nolan Spiess to the MJHL's Virden Oil Capitals in exchange for the rights to 17 year old defenceman Blake Jameson and future considerations.

Speiss had 1 goal and 6 assists for 7 points in 54 games last season split between the Stamps and the OCN Blizzard.

Meanwhile, Jameson hails from Brandon MB had a goal & 2 assists for 3 points in 31 games with the Southwest Cougars (Mantoba Midget AAA) last season.

Saturday 12 September 2015

Terriers double Wayway 6-3 at the FAA

Scoring Summary 
1st period:
Wayway goal- Aaron Dupasquier from Robert Briem & Johl Swedlo  9:46 (PP)
Yorkton goal- Regan Seiferling from Dayton Boutilier & Jordan Evans 16:52 (PP) 
Yorkton goal- Kailum Gervais from Dayton Boutilier and Brandon Sookro 

Shots on goal--
13-8 Wayway 

2nd period: 
Yorkton goal- Brandon Sookro from Kailum Gervais & Keaton Gordon 3:21 (PP) 
Wayway goal- Aaron Dupasquier (2) from Riley Shamray & Johl Swedlo 18:45 (PP) 
Yorkton goal- Matthew Perkins from Mark Klassen and Kaleb Bell 19:03 

19-16 Yorkton 

3rd period:
Wayway goal- Curtis Brule from Brayden Cullum & Kelby Picard  5:40 (PP) 

Yorkton goal- Jordan McCausland from Jordan Evans & Devin Gerwing  9:36 (PP)

Yorkton goal- Dayton Boutillier from Dexter Robinson  15:10 

Shots on goal--  18-12 Yorkton 

Thursday 10 September 2015

Quick chat with Wayway Wolverines Head Coach/GM Barry Butler

The Wayway Wolverines have had a busy week like the rest of Junior A teams as they held their rookie camp early last week and their main training camp which wrapped over the weekend.

The Wolverines played their first preseason game last night (Wed) when their young guns defeated the Neepawa Natives rookies, 3-1.

I caught up the Wayway HC/GM Barry Butler to recap the camps, the last nights game in Neepawa and what he wants to see from his club in the couple of exhibition games with the Yorkton Terriers over the weekend.

Mils Coaches Show - Sept 9th Installment

In this week's edition of the Melville Motors' Melville Millionaires Coaches Show, Head Coach/GM Jamie Fiesel chats about this past weekend's training and recaps Mondays rookie game & last night's 3-1 loss to the Yorkton Terriers.

Wednesday 9 September 2015

Sept 8th Junior A Preseason Local Recap


1st period YOR- Kailum Gervais from Brandon Sookro & Devin Gerwing 11:24
MLV- Cole Filler  (Unassisted)  12:40

Shots: 10-10

2nd period No Scoring Shots: 8-8

3rd period YOR-
Carson Welke from Cole Keenleyside  2:49
YOR- Brandon Sookro from Kailum Gervais   19:32

Shots: 16-10 Melville

GoaliesMelville:David Anderson: 15 saves on 16 shots
Sean Lincoln: 11 saves on 12 shots

Yorkton: Cam Pateman: 33 saves on 34 shots

**Mils next preseason will be tomorrow night (Thurs) when they host the Notre Dame Hounds at 7:30 from the Horizon Credit Union Center, while the Terriers next game will be in Waywayseecappo Wolverines on Friday night at 7:30 MB time.


The Swan Valley Stampeders dropped their 2nd straight preseason tilt to the Dauphin Kings this time 5-2.

My colleague Christina Laughland of the Dauphin Kings was there and did up below a scoring summary below of the game:


1-0 Dauphin Kings at 0:21 – Lindsey MacLellan from Rory Davidson

2-0 Dauphin Kings at 4:15 – Dejon Marsh from Stephen Sisco
3-0 Dauphin Kings at 18:46 – Kirklan Lycar from Drake Bodie and Taran Lacquette
4-0 Dauphin Kings at 19:13 – Sam Schultz from Dejon Marsh and Stephen Sisco

4-1 Swan Valley Stampeders at 0:50 – Gavin Froese from Evan Last and Daylon Creasy
5-1 Dauphin Kings at 4:24 – Kirklan Lycar from Taran Lacquette
5-2 Swan Valley Stampeders at 19:38 – Michael Fortin from Evan Akkerman and Colton Brausen

Tuesday 8 September 2015

Yorkton's Ottenbreit greatful for opportunity with NY Rangers Prospects

Another local product will be donning the red, blue and white of the New York Rangers in the near future.

Yorkton product & Seattle Thunderbirds defenceman Turner Ottenbreit will take part in NHL prospects tournament in Traverse City, Michigan starting on Friday as part of the Rangers club.
Ottenbreit says he is pretty greatful for the opportunity.

I had a chance to catch up with Ottenbreit before he took off for New York.

Ottenbreit and the Rangers will play their first game of the tournament on Friday vs the Minnesota Wild.

Monday 7 September 2015

Terriers upend Mils in shootout in Rookie Game Showdown at HCUC

In the annual Labour Day Monday showdown, the Yorkton Terrier rookies came out victorious in a 5-4 shootout win over the Melville Millionaires at the Horizon Credit Union Center.

Scoring Summary:

1st- MLV-- Damian Bentz from Chase Bakken & Jordan Mish  3:27  PP
1st- YOR-- Carson Welke from McKenzie Welke & Daylin Smallchild  14:20
1st- YOR-- Carson Welke (2) from Keenan Taphorn & McKenzie Welke  19:21  PP

Shots-- 13-5 Yorkton 

2nd- MLV-- Brandon Griffiths from Jaden Shewchuk  19:10 

Shots-- 14-8 Melville 

3rd- MLV-- Cole Filler from Christian Stevens and Taylor Elmy  0:20 
3rd- YOR-- Dexter Robinson from Devin Gerwing & Dayton Boutillier  7:16
3rd- YOR-- Shane Sherban from Dayton Boutillier & Dexter Robinson  7:44
3rd- MLV-- Rin Beny from Cole Filler  10:53 

York:                                               Melv: 
Shane Sherban X                        Tanner Congdon  X
MacKenzie Welke X                    Christian Stevens  X
Caleb Bell Goal                             Tyler Pryhitka X

Jordan Schmuland- 11 saves on 12 shots 
Alex Geddes- 10 saves on 13 shots 

Colby Entz- 18 saves on 20 shots
Nathan Moore- 26 saves on 28 shots 

The rematch between these two rivals will be tomorrow night (Tues) at 7:30 from the Farrell Agencies Arena. (You probably can expect a little more veteran lineup from both sides in this game)


In MJHL Preseason action last night the Swan Valley Stampeders dropped a 3-2 decision to the Dauphin Kings.

For a full recap go to https://dauphinskingdom.wordpress.com/ (blog of Dauphin Kings Pxp man Christian Laughland)

Friday 4 September 2015

Terriers; Stampeders Main Camp Schedules

Friday, September 4th

10:00-10:30 am Registration @ Gardon Securities Terrier Locker Room (Lobby)

10:30-10:45 am Orientation Meeting (Lobby outside Terrier locker room)

12:00-12:45 pm Team Blue Practice

1:00-1:45 pm Team Green Practice

2:00-2:45 pm Team Orange Practice

4:30-6:00 pm Blue vs. Green

6:30-8:00 pm Green vs. Orange

8:30-10:00 pm Blue vs. Orange

Saturday, September 5th

9:00-10:00 am Goalie session

10:00-10:45 am Team Orange Practice

11:00- 11:45 am Team Green Practice

12:00- 12:45 pm Team Blue Practice

3:30-5:00 pm Orange vs. Green

5:30-7:00 pm Blue vs. Orange

7:30-9:00 pm Blue vs. Green

Sunday, September 6th

9:15 am Players arrive @ arena rosters posted for Inter Squad Game

10:15-10:45 am Team Orange Practice

11:00-11:30 am Team White Practice

6:00 pm Terrier Inter Squad Game Team Orange vs. Team White


Friday  Sept. 4
1:00  PM  Rookie Registration – Physical Test
3:30  PM  Veteran/Invites – Physical Test
5:30  PM  Game 1 : White Vs Black
8:30  PM  Game 2 : Black Vs Bronze
Saturday Sept. 5
9:00  AM  Game 3 : Black Vs White
1:00  PM  Game  4 : Bronze Vs White
5:00  PM  Game 5 : Bronze Vs Black
Sunday Sept. 6
10:00 AM  Game 6 : White Vs Bronze
1:00   PM  Goalie Session (Team Black Shooters)
2:15 – 5:00  Meetings – All Players
7:00 PM  Intra-Squad Game
After Game, Meetings - All Players from intra-squad

Thursday 3 September 2015

2015/16 Swan Valley Stampeders Training Camp Preview with Erik Petersen

2015/16 Mils Fall Training Camp Schedule

Friday, Sept 4

Registration @ 9:00am at the HCUC (Meeting to follow at 11:30am)
12:00pm-1:00pm  (Team 1 vs Team 2)
1:15pm-2:15pm (Team 3 vs. Team 4)
5:30pm-6:30pm (Team 1 vs Team 3)
6:45pm-7:45pm (Team 2 vs Team 4)

Saturday, Sept 5

9am-10am (2 vs 3)
10:15am-11:15am (1 vs 4)
2pm-3pm (3 vs 4)
3:15pm-4:15pm (1 vs 2)
7pm-8pm (2 vs 4)
8:15pm-9:15pm (3 vs 1)

Sunday, Sept 6

10am-11am (Blue & White practice)
11:15am-12:15pm (Vets practice)
7pm (Blue & White Game!!)

Wednesday 2 September 2015

Mils Coaches Show- Sept 2nd Edition

In the 2nd installment of the Melville Motors' Melville Millionaires Coaches Show with Jamie Fiesel talks about the layout of training camp this weekend at Horizon Credit Union Center, about the position battles up front, on the backend and between the pipes and also his expectations for this weekend.

The Mils are also looking for a few more billets as well, so if you could help out the club by billeting a player please contact the Mils office at 1-306-728-2363

SV Stampeders acquire a pair from OCN Blizzard

The Swan Valley Stampeders acquired a couple players yesterday in a trade with the OCN Blizzard.

The Stamps picked up 19 year old F Tanner Koroscil (pictured above) & 16 year old goaltending prospect Quinn Munro from the Blizzard in exchange for future considerations.

Koroscil, a Birtle MB product had a 1G 3A for 4 points in 12 games with Blizzard last season. He has suited up for the Junior B's OCN Storm where compiled 30 points in 16 games.

Munro will had some depth to the goaltending position and he hails from Swan River.