Friday 30 November 2018

Terriers' go streak snapping on Friday night in Melfort

The Yorkton Terriers snapped a 9 game losing streak at the Northern Lights Palace on Friday night defeating the hometown Melfort Mustangs 5-2.

The loss also snapped the Mustangs league-high 10 game winning streak. 

The Terriers struck first just 6:25 into the hockey game as Chantz Petruic (pictured above) would beat Hunter Arps for his 15th goal of the season to make it 1-0. The Mustangs would respond just 1:31 later as SJHL leading goal scorer Justin Ball would go post and in by Ryan Ouellette for his 27th goal of the year to tie it up at 1-1. But before the 1st period would expire it would be the Terriers regaining their one goal lead as Cody Bruchkowski would take a long stretch pass from linemate Chantz Petruic and he would beat Hunter Arps over the left shoulder for his 12th to make it 2-1 Yorkton after 1 period. 

In the 2nd, the Terriers would get their first two goal lead of the night, as Cody Bruchkowski would take a nice feed in the slot and once again go top shelf for his 2nd goal of the night and 13th of the season to give the visitors a 3-1 lead after 40 minutes. 

Yorkton would start the 3rd with a bang and put the game out of reach scoring 2 goals in the first 80 seconds as first just 30 seconds in, Kurri Woodford would wrist home his 2nd, to make it 4-1 then just 32 ticks later, it would be Branden Klatt once again going high blocker on the Mustangs goaltender for his 16th that game the Terriers a 5-1 lead early in the 3rd. The Mustangs would get one in the final minute from Braeden Young, but it was a little too late. 

Terriers netminder Ryan Ouellette earned his 7th victory of the season making 30 saves while Hunter Arps suffered the loss stopping 21 shots. Shawn Parkinson came in, in relief of Arps and made 11 saves on 11 shots. 

The Terriers get the day off on Saturday before travelling to Humboldt on Sunday afternoon to tangle with the Broncos. Puck drop will be at 3PM. The Mustangs' are back in action on Saturday night when they host the Estevan Bruins.

Elsewhere in the SJHL, 

John Elliot scored and Colby Entz made 23 saves in goal but it wasn't enough as the Melville Millionaires fell on home ice, 2-1 to the Nipawin Hawks. 

It was the first game for the Mils under newly named interim Head Coach/GM Kyle Adams who took over for Devin Windle who was relieved of his duties with hockey club on Thursday. 

Austen Flaman and Carson Erhardt scored for the Hawks in the in while Declan Hobbs turned aside 15 of 16 shots to get the W.

The Mils' next game will be on Friday night when they host the Melfort Mustangs from the Horizon Credit Union Center. while the Hawks return back to home ice on Saturday hosting the Weyburn Red Wings. 

Other SJHL scores:

Flin Flon 1 Estevan 0

Weyburn 1 La Ronge 0 

Notre Dame 1 Battlefords 5 


In the MJHL, 

The Swan Valley Stampeders' third period lead came up short as they dropped they 2nd straight, 3-2 on the road against the Selkirk Steelers.

Brian Harris and Josh Tripp pulled the Stamps within one with 3rd period goals while Merek Pipes stopped 26 shots in the loss. 

Carter Barley, Nolan Ferguson and Ryan Piwniuk scored for Selkirk who got a 30 save victory in goal from Zach Bennett. 

The Stamps continue their weekend road-trip on Saturday in the Manitoba capital against the Winnipeg Blues at 7PM while the Steelers' next game will be on Tuesday night in Virden. 

Meanwhile in Steinbach, 

The hometown Pistons used a 3 goal seocond period en route to a 5-2 victory over the visiting the Waywayseecappo Wolverines. 

Steinbach used 5 different goal scorers to lead them victoriously while Matt Radomsky got the win making 34 stops. 

Jake Bestul and Bryce Krauter replied with the Wolverines' goals. 

The Wolverines wrap up their weekend road trip on Saturday in Portage against the Terriers. 

Other Friday MJHL score: 

Virden 3 Dauphin 2 (SO)

Dec.1st SJHL/MJHL Moves

Try to keep up to date on the movement going on in MJHL and SJHL as the Dec. 1st roster deadline hits:

The Swan Valley Stampeders trade G Jackson Hjelle (99) to the Blind River Beavers for futures.

The Dauphin Kings acquire F Kolby Johnson (98) from the La Ronge Ice Wolves for F Sammy
Mouland (99) and futures.

The Steinbach Pistons acquire D Doug Johnson (98) from the Flin Flon Bombers for futures.

The Steinbach Pistons acquire F Trent Halfdanson (00) from the Winkler Flyers for F Marcel Berube (99)

The Neepawa Natives have acquire F Zak Yewchuk (00) from the Nipawin Hawks in exchange for Future Considerations.

The Dauphin Kings have traded G Brendan Benoit (00) to the Dryden Ice Dogs in exchange for Future Considerations.

The Neepawa Natives acquire F Mackenzie Walkington (00) and Eli Lieffers (00) from the Portage Terriers for F Scott Mickoski (98)

The Kindersley Klippers Grade D Noah Turanski (98) to the Cochrane Crunch (NOJHL)

The Dauphin Kings trade G Brennan Kitchen (98) to the Pembroke Lumber Kings for futures

The Humboldt Broncos acquire D Max Johnson (00) from the Calgary Canucks for D Zach Bokenfohr (99)

The Portage Terriers acquire F Orca Wiesblatt (00) from the Brooks Bandits for futures.

The Neepawa Natives acquire F Tom Sweeney (00) from the Estevan Bruins for futures

The Battlefords North Stars acquire F Dayton Heino (98) from the Neeapwa Natives for F Tanner Robin (00)

The Neepawa Natives trade F Michael Boutoussov (99) and F Kurtis Luke (00) to the Winkler Flyers for futures.

The Estevan Bruins trade G Jake Anthony (99) to the Dryden Ice Dogs (SIJHL) for futures.

The Humboldt Broncos acquire F Tyler Petrie (99) from the Grande Prairie Storm for futures

The Humboldt Broncos trade Jackson Kobelka (00) to the Waywayseecappo Wolverines for Brad Girard (98) and a player development fee.

The La Ronge Ice Wolves trade F Mitchell Zambon (98) to the Humboldt Broncos for prospects F David Wiens (01), F Boston Maxwell (02), D Drayton Hvidston (03) and a player development fee. 

Swan Valley Stampeders Coaches Show - Nov 30th edition


Joined this week once again for the Swan Valley Stampeders Coaches Show with Head Coach/GM Barry Wolff

Thursday 29 November 2018

Melville Millionaires relieve Windle of duties as Head Coach/GM


The SJHL’s Melville Millionaires have announced they have let go Head Coach and General Manager Devin Windle (pictured above left).

Assistant Coach Kyle Adams (pictured above right) will take over as Interim Head Coach/GM

Windle was in his third season as bench boss with Melville who currently sit with a 8-16-4, good for a third-place tie with the Weyburn Red Wings in the Viterra Division.

"There's a few reasons, but standings-wise its not where we want it to be, I'm sure Devin would say the same thing. But it was just something we wanted to step forward and that's why we made the move," Mils President Dwayne Kraft said in a phone interview with GX94 this morning.

Kraft also said he would like to thank Devin for his time and dedication to the organization and wish him all the best in his future endeavors.

Adams' will make his debut as Interim Head Coach/GM tonight tonight (Fri) when they host the Nipawin Hawks at the Horizon Credit Union Center.

Chat with Mils President Dwayne Kraft below:

Wednesday 28 November 2018

Tuesday 27 November 2018

Waywayseecappo Wolverines Coaches Show - Nov 27th edition

On this weeks Wayway Wolverines Coaches Show, Head Coach/GM Taylor Harnett recaps last weeks 3 games vs. Swan Valley, previews this weekends roady through Steinbach and portage and talks about the 3 separate trades his team made ahead of Saturday's Dec. 1st roster deadline.


Waywayseecappo makes 3 separate deals

The Waywayseecappo Wolverines have traded Caleb Paisley F (1999) to the Red Lake Miners in exchange for Future Considerations.

The Waywayseecappo Wolverines have traded Trygve Many Guns F (1998) and Ryan Brandt D (2000) to the Dryden Ice Dogs in exchange for Tyler Maser F (1999) and Future Considerations.

The Waywayseecappo Wolverines have traded the CJHL List Rights to Isaac Embree F (1998) to the Red Lake Miners in exchange for Future Considerations.

Monday 26 November 2018

Millionaires/Red Wings swap defenceman; draft picks

The Melville Millionaires have acquired 19 year old D Dylan McCabe (Regina, SK) along with a 2019th 4th round pick from the Weyburn Red Wings in exchange for 20 year old D Eric Soar (Moose Jaw, SK) & a 2020 3rd round selection.

McCabe, who hails from Regina compiled 3 goals, 29 assists for 32 points in 112 career games as a Red Wings. So far this season he had 2 goals, 12 assists for 14 points in 22 games.

Meanwhile Soar was acquired by the Mils in January 201 7 from the Nipawin Hawks, and he scored 8 goals, 36 assists for 44 points in 101 career games in a Mils uniform.

Currently this year, Soar has 10 points in 27 games.

Mils Head Coach/GM Devin Windle recaps the trade:

Stampeders' Osadick named to Canada West Selection Camp Roster; Stamps' Goethals named MJHL Player of the Week


The Canada West selection camp roster for the upcoming World Junior "A" Challenge has been announced.

Among the 44 invitees is Swan Valley Stampeders forward Matt Osadick.

The Grande Pointe, MB product is currently 2nd in MJHL scoring with 17 goals, 23 assists for 40 points in 24 games this season trailing only his linemate Josh Tripp.

Osadick joins fellow MJHLers Reilly Funk (Portage), Owen Murray (Portage), Kyle Bettens (Steinbach) and Matt Radomsky (Steinbach) as invitees.

Meanwhile there were  SJHLers named including Tim Gould (Notre Dame), Chase Felgueiras (Humboldt), Nolan Renwick (Notre Dame) and Vincent Nardone (Flin Flon) while Estevan Bruins Head Coach Chris Lewgood will be Canada West's Asst. Coach and Melville Millionaires Head Coach/GM Devin Windle will be a guest coach at the camp.

The group of 44 Canada West selection camp invitees will gather in Calgary from Dec. 3rd to 5th for selection camp with successful players heading to Bonnyville on December 6th.

The 2018 World Junior "A" Challenge will be held from December 9th-16th in Bonnyville, Alberta.

For more information Click Here


Stamps' Goethals named MJHL Player of the Week 

Exploding for 11 points in four games, Bradly Goethals of the Swan Valley Stampeders has been named the Recycle Everywhere MJHL Player of the Week.
Goethals, who hails from Ile des Chenes, scored four goals while adding seven assists in helping the Stamps win three of four games.
Overall, the 20-year-old Stamps’ forward has 28 points (13-15) in 18 games.
The runners up are 20 year old forward Tony Apetagon of the OCN Blizzard and 20 year old defenceman Riley Shamray of the Dauphin Kings.
(MJHL Release)

Yorkton Terriers Coaches Show - Nov 26th edition; Bulych earns SJHL Weekly Honours


In this weeks "Minute Muffler & Brake" Yorkton Terriers Coaches Show , Head Coach/GM Mat Hehr recaps the weekend split with Melfort and Humboldt and previews Friday's road showdown in Melfort


Terriers' Bulych named SJHL Rookie of the Week 

Aiden Bulych, Yorkton Terriers

2001 F Aiden Bulych (Yorkton SK) had another solid week with 3-goals and 1-assist in 3-games played.  Bulych is pacing all first year SJHLers despite still being a midget eligible player with 31-points in 25-games on the year.  He’s thirteenth overall in league scoring with his 8-goals and 23-assists. Bulych led Yorkton with 2-goals and 1-assist in a win over Humboldt on Saturday and he also had a goal in a win over Estevan on Tuesday. 

(SJHL Release)

Sunday 25 November 2018

Successful SHSAA 4A Boys Volleyball Championships wraps up in Melville

After an outstanding weekend of volleyball, it was the Moose Jaw Vanier Vikings who proved to be Kings of the Court in the Rail City. 

The Vikings won their first ever SHSAA 4A Boys Provincial Volleyball title after defeating the Osler VCA Lions in 3 sets in the Gold Medal game on Saturday night in Melville. 

The Vikings who were coached by Melville-born Levi Broda defeated the Lions 15-13 in the final set to earn the title. 

Meanwhile the host Melville Cobras were able to earn a medal on home court sweeping the La Loche Lakers in two sets to earn their 2nd straight Bronze Medal. 

Gold Medal- Moose Jaw Vanier 

                                        Silver Medal- Osler Valley Christian Academy Lions

                                                    Bronze Medal- Melville Cobras

Nov. 24th Local MJHL/SJHL Recap


The Yorkton Terriers took over 1st place overall in the Viterra division standings on Saturday by defeating the Humboldt Broncos 5-3 on "Teddy Bear Toss" Night at the Farrell Agencies Arena.

Aiden Bulych (pictured above) sent the Teddy Bear's flying with a goal just 4:00 into the game while also adding a couple of assists.

Jared Legien, Branden Klatt and Cody Bruchkowski also scored for the Terriers got 37 stops from Ryan Ouelette in the victory.

The Terriers' next game will be on Friday night when they visit the Melfort Mustangs at the Farrell Agencies Arena. GX94 will broadcast the game with Yorkton Dodge Junior Hockey, pregame 7:20 PXP at 7:30 from the Northern Lights Palace.


The Melville Millionaires earned a split on their weekend road trip.

After defeating the La Ronge Ice Wolves 6-4 on Friday, the Mils dropped a 5-1 decision in Melfort on Saturday.

Eric Soar had the lone goal for the Mils while Berk Berkeliev stopped 36 shots in the loss.

The Mils return back to home ice for their next game on Friday night when they host the Nipawin Hawks from the Horizon Credit Union Center.

Other SJHL results:

Kindersley 2 Battlefords 4

Notre Dame 1 Nipawin 2



Morgan Poirier scored twice as the Waywayseecappo Wolverines gave Swan Valley only their 4th regulation loss of the season defeating the Stampeders 5-3 on Saturday.

Greg Lee, Bryce Krauter and Riley Vautour also scored for the Wolverines while Nathan Reay made 26 saves to earn his 1st MJHL victory.

Frank Zhong, Brad Goethals and Josh Tripp scored for the Stampeders.

Jackson Hjelle made 25 saves in the loss for Swan.

The next game for the Wayway Wolverines will be on Friday night when they visit the Steinbach Pistons while the Swan Valley Stampeders will also be on the road visiting the Selkirk Steelers.

Other Saturday MJHL results:

Winkler 0 OCN 4

Neepawa 2 Dauphin 5

Selkirk 2 Virden 6

Winnipeg 4 Portage 3 (SO)

Friday 23 November 2018

Stampeders; Mils both win on the road in Nov. 23rd MJHL/SJHL Recap

The Swan Valley Stampeders earned their league leading 19th victory of the season, defeating the Waywayseecappo Wolverines 4-3 on Friday night.

For the 2nd straight meeting, the Wolverines would get on the board first as Preston Seymour would bang home a PP goal for his 6th of the season to make it 1-0. But just under 2 minutes later, the Stamps would respond with a beauty snipe from Matt Osadick, his team leading 16th of the season to tie it up at 1-1 after 20 minutes. Shots were 10-5 Wolverines.

The Wolverines would come out with a big start to the 2nd period with 2 goals, 9 seconds apart from Kyler Fenton and Brandon Lawson to give the home team a 3-1 lead just 3:04 in. The Stamps would respond in a big way though late in the second frame. First up Josh Tripp with get Swan within one as he banged in his 15th goal of the season on the power play. He would add his 2nd just 4:12 later banging in another rebound to pull his team even at 3-3. Campbell Balk would get the eventual game winner just 38 seconds after Tripp's 2nd goal, as he finished off a nice set up from Jake Besnilian by tucking it by Isaac Labelle for his 2nd of the season.

Merek Pipes got the start for the Stamps but was pulled after allowing 3 goals on 14 shots before being relieved by Jackson Hjelle who earned the win turning aside all 22 shots he faced. Isaac Labelle in the Wolverines' net making 23 saves in the loss.

The Stamps/Wolverines will play the back end of their weekend home and home on Saturday night from the Centennial Arena in Swan River with puck drop at 7:30.

Stamps also swung a trade on Friday:

The Swan Valley Stampeders have acquired 1999 left shot forward Leyson Colman from the Flin Flon Bombers of the SJHL for future considerations.
 “The 6’3′ 200 lbs native of Lac La Biche, Alberta is a strong skating, hard nosed player,” said Head Coach and General Manager Barry Wolff. “We wanted to add some more players that are hard to play against with high end compete and play with fire.”
We want to welcome Leyson and his family to the Stampeder Organization. Coleman will wear number 22 for your Stampeders.
(Stamps Press Release)

Other Friday MJHL results:

Winkler 2 OCN 3

Dauphin 5 Neepawa 4 (OT)

Steinbach 3 Virden 0



The Melville Millionaires earned their 8th victory of the season on Friday, defeating the La Ronge Ice  Wolves 6-4 on the road.

Tristan Shewchuk had 2 goals, 1 assists to lead the way offensively for the Mils while 20 year old Josh Borynec also scored twice.

Daniel Liberty and Jaden Shewchuk also scored for Melville while Colby Entz made 32 saves to get the win in his return to the lineup.

The Mils will wrap their weekend road trip on Saturday night at the Northern Lights Palace against the Melfort Mustangs.

Elsewhere in the SJHL,

The Yorkton Terriers' 3 game winning streak came to an end losing 6-2 on the road to the Melfort Mustangs.

Branden Klatt scored both goals for the Terriers while Ben Laidlaw allowed 6 goals on 39 Mustang shots.

Tanner Zentner and Carson Albrecht had 1G 2A to lead Melfort.

The Terriers' go right back at it on Saturday night when they host the Humboldt Broncos from the Farrell Agencies Arena. Game time is at 7:30, and it's the Terriers' annual "Teddy Bear Toss" Night.

Three other games on Friday in the SJHL,

Notre Dame 8 Flin Flon 5

Battlefords 1 Nipawin 2 (SO)

Humboldt 2 Weyburn 3 (SO)

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What you need: Helmet, Gloves, elbow pads, shoulder pads and shin pads

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Thursday 22 November 2018

Swan Valley Stampeders Coaches Show - Nov 23rd edition


In this weeks Swan Valley Stampeders Coaches Show, Head Coach/GM Barry Wolff recaps the teams victories this week over Wayway & Virden and previews this weekends home and home with the Wolverines.

"It would mean everything to win it all at home": Melville Cobras get set to host SHSAA 4A Boys Volleyball Championships this weekend

For the first time in 26 years, Melville will play host to a Provincial High School Boys Volleyball Championship.

The Melville Comprehensive School will be the host site to the SHSAA 4A Boys Championships this weekend with the St. Henry's Senior School in Melville serving as the secondary facility. 

Melville Cobras Head Coach Nolan Matthews says this is a pretty big event hosted in the community. 

"It's a big honor, this doesn't come around very often like every 15-20 years so definitely are honored to host this event this year,", Matthews said in an interview with GX94.

The Cobras are one of 10 teams taking part in the championships. 

Melville is in a pool with Saskatoon Christian, Wadena, Lumsden and Melfort while Pool B consists of Osler, Humboldt, Fort Qu'Appelle, La Loche and Moose Jaw Vanier.

Matthews adds the field of 10 teams is a pretty good one.

"This year is going to be a really competitive provincials, some years before the tournament you kind of know who the favorite is and who is going to win the Gold Medal, but this year not as much. I think a lot of the teams will be evenly matched, so we just gotta go out there and play well."

The Cobras have had some success at previous provincial championships recently winning 4 Bronze medals (2004, 2008, 2014 and 2017) but haven't won a Gold medal since 1990.

Grade 12 left-side hitter Talon Frick who will be playing in his final matches as a Cobra this weekend says to win at home would be pretty special.

"It would be mean everything, just having the crowd and everybody here just be able to see it would be amazing." 

For full schedule and information Click Here 

Cobras Pool Play Schedule: 

Friday (at MCS):

1PM vs. Melfort 

3PM vs. Lumsden

5PM vs. Saskatoon Christian 

Saturday (at St. Henrys): 

9AM vs. Wadena 

Playoff to follow starting Saturday afternoon.

Cobras Head Coach Nolan Matthews

Grade 12 Left-Side Hitter Talon Frick

Stampeders' earn 18th win of season with 5-4 home ice win over Virden

The Swan Valley Stampeders remained atop of the MJHL standings on Wednesday night after a 5-4 victory over the Virden Oil Capitals at the Centennial Arena in Swan River.

20 year old's Brad Goethals and Josh Tripp led the way for the Stamps with 1G 2A each while Matt Osadick, Brian Harris and Alex Uryga chipped in with singles.

Brett Paddock and Dylan Halliday led the Oil Caps with 2 goals each in the loss.

Michael Davis made 22 saves in the Stamps' goal to improve his record to 11-1 on the season.

The Stampeders' next action will come on Friday night when they visit the Waywayseecappo Wolverines. Pregame show begins at 7:20, pxp starts at 7:30 with Yorkton Dodge Junior Hockey on GX94 or you can listen live online at

Other Wednesday MJHL results:

Portage Terriers 8  Dauphin Kings 2

Winnipeg Blues 0  Selkirk Steelers 2

Wednesday 21 November 2018

Tuesday 20 November 2018

Terriers; Stampeders both win on Tuesday Night

The Swan Valley Stampeders moved into sole possession of 1st place overall in the MJHL standings on Tuesday night after a 6-2 victory over the hometown Waywayseecappo Wolverines.

The Wolverines would strike first just 3:49 into the hockey game as Caleb Paisley would take a nice stretch pass from Garick Ripley and would go in alone on a breakaway and beat Merek Pipes for his 4th of the season to make it 1-0. But the Stamps would respond a short time later at 5:11 of the first on the power play as Matt Osadick would finish off a nice passing play from Campbell Balk for his 14th of the year to even it at 1-1. Swan would grab their first lead with 3:49 left in the opening frame as Brian Harris' nice back-hand would beat Isaac Labelle over the left shoulder for his 2nd to make it 2-1.  Brad Goethals would add a late PP goal from Brad Goethals to give the Stamps a 3-1 lead after 20 minutes.

In the 2nd, Waywayseecappo would get the only marker as Gerrick Ripley would grab a loose puck in front and tuck it home past the Stamps net minder for his 1st as a Wolverines to bring it back to a one goal game once again at 3-2 after 40 minutes.

The Stamps would put the game out of reach in the 3rd with 3 goals in the final period off the sticks of Goethals, Josh Tripp and Alex Uryga to help them earn their 17th win of the season.

Merek Pipes turned aside 24 shots for the Stamps to improve his record to 4-1 on the season, while Isaac Labelle turned aside 31 of 37 shots in the loss.

The Stampeders will go right back at it on Wednesday night when they host the Virden Oil Capitals. Puck drop from the Centennial Arena in Swan River.

The Wolverines next action will be on Friday night when they host the Swan Valley Stampeders once again. GX94 will broadcast that game as well with Yorkton Dodge Junior Hockey, pregame 7:20, pxp will begin at 7:30 from the Wayway Arena Complex.

Other MJHL results:

Selkirk 5 Winnipeg 4 (SO)

Virden 4 OCN 2

Neepawa 5 Winkler 1



The Yorkton Terriers' earned their 3rd straight win on Tuesday night, doubling up the Estevan Bruins 8-4 at the Farrell Agencies Arena.

With the victory the Terriers pulled into a tie for 1st in the Viterra division with the Bruins, with Yorkton still having 5 games in hand.

Chantz Petruic (1G 2A), Cody Bruchkowski (1G 2A), Colby Brandt (1G 2A) and Cole Keenleyside (2G 1A) led the way for the Terriers with 3 points each.

Jared Legien, Dino Antoniadis and Aiden Bulych also scored for the Terriers who got a 29 save victory in goal from rookie Ryan Ouelette.

Bryce Platt had 2 goals to pace the offence for Estevan.

Yorkton earned their 13th win of the season on Tuesday, and that matches the win total for the hockey club from all of last season.

The Terriers will head back on the road on Friday night when they visit the Melfort Mustangs at the Northern Lights Palace before hosting the Humboldt Broncos on Saturday night for "Teddy Bear Toss" night at the FAA.

Other Tuesday SJHL Results:

Nipawin 3 Flin Flon 2

Waywayseecappo Wolverines Coaches Show - Nov 20th edition

On this weeks Wayway Wolverines Coaches Show, Head Coach/GM Taylor Harnett recaps Sunday loss to Portage and previews tonight's (Tues) matchup with Swan Valley.

Swan River' Langan named WHL Player of the Week


The Western Hockey League announced on Monday that Swan River's Tristin Langan of the Moose Jaw Warriors has been named the WHL On the Run Player of the Week for the week ending November 18th.

Langan posted eight points in 3 games this weekend a plus-eight rating as the Warriors extended their winning streak to three games and improved to 6-2-1-1 in their past 10 games, moving within two points of the Brandon Wheat Kings for third in East Division.

So far this season the former Swan Valley Stampeder has 18 goals, 15 assists for 33 points in 19 games.

( WHL Press Release ) 

Monday 19 November 2018

Yorkton Terriers Coaches Show - Nov 19th edition


In this weeks "Minute Muffler & Brake" Yorkton Terriers Coaches Show , Head Coach/GM Mat Hehr recaps  Saturday's win in Canora over Estevan, and preview's tomorrows (Tues) rematch against Estevan.

Success for local volleyball teams at SHSAA Provincial Championships over weekend

Some Saskatchewan High School volleyball Championships were held over the weekend with some local teams earning a medal.

In the 2A Girls Championships in Medstead, Rocanville captured the Provincial Title after a 2 set sweep over Wilkie in the Gold Medal game.

The Wynyard Golden Bears got a Silver medal after falling in the 3A Girls Championship game in Carrot River, 2 sets to 1 to Wakaw.

Stampeders' earn 3 of 4 points in weekend trip in Steinbach

After a 2-1 shootout loss on Saturday, the Swan Valley Stampeders came back to double up the Steinbach Pistons 4-2 on Sunday night to earn 3 out of a possible 4 points on the weekend.

Troy Quinn and Tanner McKechnie led the way for the Stamps with a 1G 1A each while Jaden Townsend and Matt Osadick also scored for the Stampeders who got a 26 save performance from Merek Pipes in the win.

Kyle Bettens and former Stampeder Boedey Vaeth replied for the Pistons.

The Stampeders continue their busy stretch of games this week playing 3 games in the next 5 nights including a Tuesday showdown in Waywayseecappo against the Wolverines. GX94 will broadcast the game with Yorkton Dodge Junior Hockey, pregame show begins at 7:20, pxp starts at 7:30 from the Wayway Arena Complex.

Elsewhere on Sunday,

The Portage Terriers kept pace with the Stamps by shutting out the Waywayseecappo Wolverines 6-0.

Jacob Brown, Eli Lieffers, Jared Roy, Joey Moffat, Reece Henry, and Braden Billaney all scored for the Terriers who a 18 save shutout from Nathan Moore.

Other MJHL Result:

Virden 7 OCN 4

Sunday 18 November 2018

Nov. 17th Local SJHL/MJHL Recap


The Yorkton Terriers moved within 2 points of Estevan for the Viterra division lead after a 4-2 victory on Saturday night at the Canora Civic Center. 

Chantz Petruic (pictured above), Cole Keenleyside, Tyson Janzen and Jared Legien all scored for the Terriers while Colby Brandt, Aiden Bulych and Cody Bruchkowski chipped in with 2 assists. 

Jake Heerspink led the Bruins with 1G 1A.

Terriers' netminder Ben Laidlaw made 39 saves on 41 shots to earn the victory in goal. 

The Terriers' and Bruins' will face each other on Tuesday night at 7:30 from the Farrell Agencies Arena. 

Other Saturday results: 

Notre Dame 2 Humboldt 7 

Weyburn 2 Kindersley 6 

La Ronge 1 Melfort 8 



It was a goaltending battle in Steinbach on Saturday, as the Swan Valley Stampeders earned a point but fell in the shootout, 2-1 to the Steinbach Pistons. 

Matt Radomsky (STE) and Merek Pipes (SV) each made 34 saves in the game.

Brady Tatro scored in regulation then had the shootout winner for the Pistons while Josh Tripp had the only marker for Swan. 

The two teams will have a rematch tonight (Sun) at 6PM. 

Saturday MJHL Results: 

Dauphin 5 Winkler 6 

OCN 4 Virden 7 

Selkirk 1 Neepawa 2 (OT)

Saturday 17 November 2018

Mils drop 3rd straight meeting to Estevan in the Nov 16th SJHL Recap

The Melville Millionaires dropped a 6-0 road decision on Friday night at Affinity Place against the Estevan Bruins.

It wasn't the opening period the Mils were looking for on the road as they would surrender 4 in the 1st. Jayden Davis would kick things off just 4:16 in as he would be Berk Berkeliev over the left glove for his 6th of the season to make it 1-0. Then a short time later, the Bruins would add to their with two goals just 25 seconds later off the sticks of Kade McMillen and Austin King-Cunningham to make it a 3 goal lead. The score would stay like that until the 17:27 mark when McMillen would get his second goal of the period going bar-down to give Estevan a 4-0 advantage after 20 minutes.

The Bruins would add two more goals from Johnny Witzke and Jake Heersping in the 2nd period to wrap up the scoring for the home side.

Grant Boldt only needed 12 saves to earn his 1st SJHL shutout while the Mils use two goaltenders on Friday night. Rookie Berk Berkeliev made 21 saves on 27 shots before being relieved by AP call-up and Pilot Butte Storm netminder Riley Christison who stopped all 8 shots he face in the 3rd period.

The Mils next game will be next Friday night when they visit the La Ronge Ice Wolves to begin a two game road trip which also includes a stop in Melfort on Saturday.

Meanwhile the Bruins will face off with the Yorkton Terriers tonight (Sat) in a neutral-site game in Canora. Puck drop will be at 7:30.

Other Friday SJHL Results:

Flin Flon Bombers 1  Battlefords North Stars 3
Humboldt Broncos 2  Nipawin Hawks 1