Friday, 15 February 2019

Swan Valley Stampeders Coaches Show -Feb 15th edition



In this weeks edition of the Swan Valley Stampeders Coaches Show, Head Coach/GM Barry Wolff talks about their 6 game winning streak and preview's their busy stretch of hockey starting tonight (Fri) against the visiting Portage Terriers 

Mils' Spadafora and Entz named nominees for SJHL Yearly Awards



The Saskatchewan Junior Hockey League has announced their Divisional nominees for their yearly awards with a couple of Melville Millionaires' being named.

For the 3rd year in a row, netminder Colby Entz (pictured above right) was named as the Viterra division's top goalie while Mils F Luke Spadafora (pictured above left) was named as the Viterra division nominee for the SJHL's Rookie of the Year.

In 34 games so far this season, the Churchbridge product has a record of 11-16-3-2 on the season with a 3.27GAA & a 0.901 SV%.

Meanwhile for Spadafora, a Calgary AB product who was acquired earlier in the season from the Humboldt Broncos, has 13 goals 25 assists for 38 points in 47 games this season.


Full list of nominees below:


ROOKIE OF THE YEAR

Global Ag Risk Division - Nolan Renwick, Notre Dame Hounds

Viterra Division - Luke Spadafora, Melville Millionaires

Sherwood Division - Vincent Nardone, Flin Flon Bombers


PLAYER OF THE YEAR

Global Ag Risk Division - Cody Spagrud, Battlefords North Stars

Viterra Division - Turner Ripplinger, Estevan Bruins

Sherwood Division - Carson Albrecht, Melfort Mustangs


MOST VALUABLE PLAYER


Global Ag Risk Division - Michael Clarke, Humboldt Broncos

Viterra Division - Turner Ripplinger, Estevan Bruins

Sherwood Division - Justin Ball, Melfort Mustangs


TOP GOALIE

Global Ag Risk Division - Justen Close, Kindersley Klippers

Viterra Division - Colby Entz, Melville Millionaires

Sherwood Division - Declan Hobbs, Nipawin Hawks


BEST DEFENCEMAN

Global Ag Risk Division - Cody Spagrud, Battlefords North Stars

Viterra Division - Jake Heerspink, Estevan Bruins

Sherwood Division - Calvon Boots, Flin Flon Bombers

Wednesday, 13 February 2019

Melville Millionaires Coaches Show - February 13th edition





In this week's "Future Ford" Melville Millionaires Coaches Show, Head Coach/GM Kyle Adams recaps' the weekend home & home with Estevan, the play 18 year old G Berk Berkeliev & previews this weeks Highway 10 battle with Yorkton 

Wolverines' win 4th straight in Feb 12th Local Sports Recap

In the MJHL last night,

Isaac Labelle turned aside 40 shots to lead the Wayway Wolverines to their 4th straight victory on Tuesday night, 3-1 over the Winkler Flyers.

Jaymes Knee, Preston Seymour and Brandon Lawson all scored for the Wolverines who now pull 2 points ahead of the Flyers into sole possession of the 8th and final playoff spot in the MJHL standings.

The Wolverines' next game will be on Friday night when they visit the OCN Blizzard

Selkirk Steelers 2 @ Steinbach Pistons 3 OT


Saskatchewan Junior Hockey League (3)
Flin Flon Bombers 2 @ Humboldt Broncos 3
Kindersley Klippers 2
@ Nipawin Hawks 1 OT
Estevan Bruins 3 @ Notre Dame Hounds 1


Saskatchewan Midget AA Hockey League
Melville Millionaires 6
Yorkton Kinsmen Terriers 1

Highway Hockey League Playoffs

Strasbourg Maroons 1 Raymore Rockets 4
(Raymore now leads Best of 3 opening round series, 1-0)

Major Hockey League **Bantam Division Playoffs**

Preeceville Pats 7
Grenfell Spitfires 0
(Preeceville wins Best of 3 first round series, 2-0)

**Pee Wee Division Playoffs**
Yorkton Mark's Terriers 4 Moosomin Rangers 7
(Moosomin leads Best of 3 1st round series, 1-0)

**Atom Division**
Rocanville Tigers 14
  Esterhazy Flyers 0
Yorkton Richardson Terriers 2 Ochapowace Thunder 4

Saskatchewan Female hockey League
**Pee Wee Division**

Moose Jaw Mavericks 10
Balcarres Barracudas 2

Qu'Appelle Valley Hockey League Playoffs
**Round 1**


Odessa/Vibank Bruins 0 Milestone Flyers 4
(Milestone leads Best of 3 series, 1-0)

Western Hockey League (2)

Tri-City Americans 4
Seattle Thunderbirds 3
Red Deer Rebels 3 Spokane Chiefs 4 (OT)

Tuesday, 12 February 2019

Waywayseecappo Wolverines Coaches Show - Feb. 12th edition



In this weeks' edition of the Wayway Wolverines Coaches Show, Head Coach/GM Taylor Harnett talks about the team's 3 game win streak that's pull them back into playoff spot and preview's tonights road game in Winkler .

Rhien's McIntyre named SJHL's Rookie of the Week

DIRECTWEST SJHL ROOKIE OF THE WEEK: 

Zach McIntyre, Humboldt Broncos

2001 F Zach McIntyre (Rhein SK) broke out of an offensive slump in a big way on Wednesday night, scoring a tiebreaking goal and then setting up the insurance marker in a 5-2 win over Notre Dame.  On Friday, McIntyre assisted on his team’s first goal in a shootout win over Weyburn. McIntyre has 8-goals and 10-assists in 46-games on the year. Runner-up: Alex Rondeau, Melfort.


**Meanwhile Melville Millionaires' netminder Berk Berkeliev was a runner-up for SJHL Goalie of the Week.


(SJHL Release)

Monday, 11 February 2019

Yorkton Terriers Coaches Show - Feb 11th edition

                   

Catching up with Head Coach/GM Mat Hehr for this weeks Yorkton Terriers Coaches Show on GX94

Wolverines' pull back into playoff spot with home ice win over Winkler on Sunday



The Waywayseecappo Wolverines pulled back into the 8th and final playoff spot in the MJHL standings on Sunday after a 3-2 victory over the Winkler Flyers.

Conrad Phillips (pictured above) scored the game winning goal for the Wolverines at the 8:42 mark of the 3rd period while Greg Lee and Gerrick Ripley also scored for the home-team.

Isaac Labelle turned aside 19 of 21 shots to earn his 19th victory of the season.

The next game for the Wolverines will be on Tuesday night when they visit the Winkler Flyers at 7:30.

Other Sunday MJHL results:

Portage 2 Winnipeg 4

Team Muyres; Team Carruthers book tickets ton 2019 Brier in Brandon over weekend


(Compliments of Curl Sask)


Kirk Muyres and his rink out of Saskatoon are your 2019 Sasktel Tankard Championships

The foursome that also includes Kevin Marsh, Dan Marsh and Dallan Muyres defeated Matt Dunstone of Regina 6-5 in the Championship Final on Sunday in Whitewood.
Muyres had to make a draw to the four-foot with his final rock to help his team earn the berth.



(Compliments of Curl Manitoba)
Meanwhile at the Manitoba Men's Curling Championships in Virden, Reid Carruthers' Winnipeg rink held on for a 5-3 victory over William Lyburn at Tundra Oil & Gas Place.

So both the Carruthers and Muyres rinks' will now represent their respective provinces at the 2019 Tim Hortons' Brier that runs March 2nd-10th in Brandon, Manitoba.

Saturday, 9 February 2019

Day 4 Recap of 2019 Sasktel Tankard in Whitewood

Draw 10 Scores: (9AM) C- Dustin Kalthoff 8 Brady Kendel 4 B Qualifier- Kody Hartung 4 Matt Dunstone 9 C- Josh Heidt 4 Ryan Deis 6 C- Lloyd Fell 5 Rylan Kleiter 8




Draw 11 Scores (C-Qualifiers): Ryan Deis (Fox Valley) 9 Dustin Kalthoff (Saskatoon) 6 Kody Hartung (Saskatoon) 7 Rylan Kleiter (Saskatoon) 5



1 vs. 2 
Kirk Muyres (Saskatoon) 4 Matt Dunstone (Regina) 7 3 vs. 4 
Kody Hartung (Saskatoon) 6 Ryan Deis (Fox Valley) 8


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Sunday:

9:30AM (Semi-Finals)-- Ryan Deis (Fox Valley) vs. Kirk Muyres (Saskatoon)

**Winner will meet Matt Dunstone on Sunday



Stampeders' win 6th straight in the Feb. 9th Local SJHL/MJHL Recap

(Josh Maucieri) 

Josh Maucieri (1G 1A) and Dane Hirst (2A) notched two points each to lead the Swan Valley Stampeders to their 6th straight win as they defeated the Winkler Flyers 3-2 on home ice.

Josh Tripp also scored, his 31st goal of the season for Swan who a 25 saves performance from Merek Pipes in the win.

Colton Harder and Josh Kagan replied for the Flyers.

The next game for the Stampeders will be on Friday night when they entertain the Portage Terriers at 7:30


Elsewhere in the MJHL,

Virden 1 Winnipeg 4

Selkirk 0 Portage 1

Steinbach 3 Neepawa 2 (SO)

OCN 1 Dauphin 10


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In the SJHL,

The Melville Millionaires dropped their 4th straight on Saturday night after a 6-2 loss to the Estevan Bruins on home ice.

Will Koop and TJ Irey had 2 goals each to lead the Bruins.

Daniel Liberty had a 1G 1A while Ryan Butler had the other goal for the Mils who got a 27 save performance from Berk Berkeliev in the loss.

The Mils and Terriers will meet next weekend for the next Highway 10 home and home starting next Friday in Melville. GX94 will broadcast the game with Yorkton Dodge Junior Hockey, "Sask Milk" pregame show begins at 7:20 pxp starts at 7:30 from the Horizon Credit Union Center.

Speaking of the Terriers,

Yorkton dropped both games of their weekend road trip as after a 7-4 loss on Friday, the Terriers lost 4-1 on Saturday to the Kindersley Klippers.

Caden Benson scored twice to lead the Klippers while Justen Close made 34 saves to earn the victory in the goal.

Aiden Bulych scored the Terriers only goal, his 10th of the season while Ryan Ouellette stopped 30 shots in the loss.


Other Saturday scores:

Weyburn 2 Humboldt 6

La Ronge 3 Nipawin 4

Melfort 8 Flin Flon 4

Friday, 8 February 2019

February 8th Local SJHL/MJHL Recap

The Yorkton Terriers lost their 3rd straight decision to the Battlefords on Friday night falling 7-4 to the North Stars on the road.

It didn't take long for the home side to get a nice bounce as the puck would take a funny bounce off the end boards right to Quin Loon-Stewardson who slipped it five-hole on Andrew Henderson to give the Stars an early 1-0 lead.  Just 5:14 later, the Terriers would respond as Chantz Petruic would go short-side shelf for his 25th of the season to make it 1-1. The visitors would grab their first lead at 2-1 just a few minutes later, as Cody Bruchkowski would snipe home his 20th of the year. But that lead wouldn't last long as 20 seconds later Eli Loon-Stewardson went forehand-backhand shelf to even it up at 2-2 after 20 minutes.

In the 2nd, the North Stars would grab control with a couple of goals back to back from 20 year old veterans McGregor Sinclair and Brayden Buziak that gave the North Stars their first two goal lead at 4-2. The Terriers would cut their deficit in half and make it a one goal game once again as Colby Brandt one-timed home a nice cross-ice pass from Chantz Petruic to cut it a 4-3 game after 2 periods.

The North Stars would regain their two goal lead just 15 seconds later, as Seth Summers beat Andrew Henderson five-hole for his 1st SJHL goal to make it 5-3. The North Stars would add a couple more in the third from McGregor Sinclair and Eli Loon-Stewardson (both 2nd of the nights) while Chantz Petruic would add his 2nd of the game to wrap up the scoring.

Chad Duran turned aside 23 shots to earn his 8th victory of the season while in the Terriers net, Andrew Henderson made 26 saves in the loss.

The Terriers wrap up their weekend road trip on Saturday in Kindersley.

Elsewhere in the SJHL,

Berk Berkeliev turned aside 47 shots but it wasn't enough as the Melville Millionaires fell on the road, 2-0 to the Estevan Bruins.

Tristyn Deroose and Johnny Witzke scored for the Bruins who a 15 save shutout from Kadin Kilpatrick in the win.

The two teams will play the back end of the home and home on Saturday night in Melville.

Other Friday SJHL results:

La Ronge 4 Flin Flon 5

Weyburn 4 Humboldt 5 (OT)

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In the MJHL,

The Wayway Wolverines stormed back with three 3rd period goals from Greg Lee, Conrad Phillips and Dylan Soosay that led them to a 4-3 victory over the OCN Blizzard.

Anthony Bilka also scored while Isaac Labelle made 22 saves to get the victory.

The Wolverines who sit now two points back from Winkler for the 8th and final playoff spot, will host the Flyers on Sunday night.

Elsewhere in the MJHL,

Winkler 4 Dauphin 5

Selkirk 4 Neepawa 3

Virden 3 Steinbach 4 (OT)

Day 3 Recap of 2019 Sasktel Tankard in Whitewood

Draw 6 Scores
B- Matt Dunstone 10 Rylan Kleiter 4 B- Brock Virtue 5 Brady Kendel 8 C- Ryan Deis 8 Brent Gedak 4 C- Mike Armstrong 6 Steven Howard 7



Draw 7 Scores:
B- Lloyd Fell 4 Dustin Kalthoff 8 A Qualifier- Kirk Muyres 8 Josh Heidt 6 B- Kody Hartung 8 Jason Jacobson 5 C- Scott Comfort 6 Jeff Hartung 7


Draw 8 Scores:


B- Josh Heidt 2 Matt Dunstone 5 C- Ryan Deis 5 Jason Jacobson 4 C- Jeff Hartung (Langenburg) 6 Brady Kendel 7 B- Dustin Kalthoff 5 Kody Hartung 9

Swan Valley Stampeders Coaches Show -Feb 8th edition


In this weeks edition of the Swan Valley Stampeders Coaches Show, Head Coach/GM Barry Wolff talks about their 5 game winning streak, the play of G Merek Pipes and preview's Saturday's showdown with Winkler

Thursday, 7 February 2019

Day 2 Recap of 2019 Sasktel Tankard in Whitewood

Draw 3 scores

A- Dustin Kalthoff (Saskatoon) 4 Kody Hartung (Saskatoon) 3

A- Scott Comfort (Wadena) 9 Josh Heidt (Kerrobert) 11

A- Kirk Muyres (Saskatoon) 4 Brock Virtue (Kerrobert) 3


A- Matt Dunstone (Regina) 4 Jason Jacobson (Saskatoon) 5



Draw 4 Scores

B- Brent Gedak (Estevan) 3 Rylan Kleiter (Saskatoon) 10

B- Brady Kendel (Kronau) 7 Steve Howard (Regina) 4

B- Jeff Hartung (Langenburg) 7 Mike Armstrong (Regina) 6


B- Lloyd Fell (North Battleford) 6 Ryan Deis (Fox Valley) 4


Draw 5 Scores

A- Jason Jacobson (Saskatoon) 4 Josh Heidt (Kerrobert) 8

B-Scott Comfort (Wadena) 5 Lloyd Fell (Battleford) 8

B- Kody Hartung (Saskatoon) 8 Jeff Hartung (Langenburg) 7

A- Kirk Muyres (Saskatoon) 6 Dustin Kalthoff (Saskatoon) 5


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Next Draw—Fri. Feb 8th 

8AM (Draw 6)

B- Matt Dunstone vs. Rylan Kleiter 

B- Brock Virtue vs. Brady Kendel

C- Ryan Deis vs. Brent Gedak

C- Mike Armstrong vs. Steven Howard 


Terriers' F Klatt commits to NAIT (ACAC) for 2019/20

 


The NAIT Ooks men's hockey team is proud to announce that forward Branden Klatt has made a commitment to the program for the 2019-20 season.


The 6'2 200 lbs. left shot forward, from Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan is currently playing for the Yorkton Terriers of the Saskatchewan Junior Hockey League where he has posted 23 goals and 30 assists for 53 points in 47 games this season. 

Prior to Branden's time in Yorkton, he played 184 games over 4 seasons in the Western Hockey League with the Edmonton Oil Kings and Moose Jaw Warriors. 

Branden plans to study Occupational Health and Safety in his first year at NAIT.

(NAIT Press Release)

Local product Stoll named as first inductee into ICE Hall of Fame

(from Cranbrook Daily Townsman)

Former NHL player and local product Jarret Stoll has been named the first inductee into the ICE Hall of Fame.

He will be officially honored on March 2nd in Cranbrook, BC.
Stoll was a member of the Edmonton then turned Kootenay ICE from 1998 to 2002 playing in 245 games, tallying 124 goals and 162 assists for 286 points while also winning two league championships, and one Memorial Cup.
Stoll was twice named to the WHL First All-Star Team, once in 2001 and again in 2002. 
He also earned a bronze and silver medal for Team Canada at the World Junior Hockey Championship in 2001 and 2002 respectively.
Stoll then played 847 NHL games with the Edmonton Oilers, LA Kings, New York Rangers and the Minnesota Wild  compiling 388 points and also won two Stanley Cups

Wednesday, 6 February 2019

Day 1 recap of the 2019 Sasktel Men's Tankard in Whitewood

Draw 1 Results: Matt Dunstone (Saskatoon) 8 Lloyd Fell (North Battleford) 6 Ryan Deis (Fox Valley) 9 Jason Jacobson (Saskatoon) 10 Scott Comfort (Wadena) 12 Brent Gedak (Estevan) 4 Rylan Kleiter (Saskatoon) 6 Josh Heidt (Kerrobert) 8


Draw 2 Results:

Kirk Muyres (Saskatoon) 9 Jeff Hartung (Langenburg) 2

Brock Virtue (Kerrobert) 6 Mike Armstrong (Regina) 3

Dustin Kalthoff (Saskatoon) 10 Brady Kendel (Kronau) 2

Kody Hartung (Saskatoon) 4 Steven Howard (Regina) 2


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Draw 3 Schedule (Thurs. Feb 7th)

"9AM (A-Event)"

Dustin Kalthoff (Saskatoon) vs. Kody Hartung (Saskatoon) 

Scott Comfort (Wadena) vs. Josh Heidt (Kerrobert) 

Kirk Muyres (Saskatoon) vs. Brock Virtue (Kerrobert) 

Matt Dunstone (Regina) vs. Jason Jacobson (Saskatoon) 




Melville Millionaires Coaches Show - February 6th edition





In this week's "Future Ford" Melville Millionaires Coaches Show, Head Coach/GM Kyle Adams recaps' last weeks game against Kindersley & Battlefords, the play of Damian Bentz and preview's this weekends home & home with Estevan

Petruic's 4 point night powers Terriers to a big divisional victory over Estevan on Tuesday night



The Yorkton Terriers stormed back late with two goals just 1:02 apart in the 3rd as they went on to defeat the Estevan Bruins 6-5 on Tuesday night from the Farrell Agencies Arena.

Chantz Petruic led the way with 2G 2A while Colby Brandt also added two goals while Mason Mullaney and Cody Bruchkowski chipped in with singles.

Ryan Ouellette turned aside 33 shots to earn his 14th victory of the season.

Devan Harrison, Turner Ripplinger, TJ Irey, Tyson Manz and Bryce Platt replied with the goals for the Bruins.

With the win the Terriers now hold the tie-breaker if needed with Bruins after winning the season series 5-3 and also pull back within 2 points of Estevan for top spot in the Viterra division.

The Terriers' will head back on the road this weekend starting on Friday night when they visit the Battlefords North Stars. GX94 will broadcast the game with Yorkton Dodge Junior Hockey your "Sask Milk" pregame show begins at 7:20, PXP kicks off at 7:30 from the North Battleford Civic Center.

Meanwhile for the Bruins, they'll kick off on a weekend home and home series on Friday night hosting the Melville Millionaires.

Post Game with Terriers F Chantz Petruic


Other Tuesday SJHL results:

Nipawin 3 La Ronge 2
(Hawks' G Declan Hobbs made 36 saves to get the win in goal)

Tuesday, 5 February 2019

2019 Sasktel Tankard kicks off on Wednesday in Whitewood



The best of the best in men's curling in Saskatchewan will hit the ice starting today (Wed) as the 2019 Sasktel Tankard Men's Provincial Curling championships goes from Wednesday to Sunday at the Whitewood Arena.

Sixteen of the top teams in Saskatchewan will compete with the winner off to represent the province at the 2019 Tim Hortons' Brier, the national men's curling championships which will run March 2nd-10th, 2019 in Brandon, Manitoba.

Co-Chair Matt Bahm says it's been a busy last few months of preparations but they are glad the event has finally arrived.

"We are just doing some of those last minute things, our local community & local volunteers have been doing an awesome job of setting everything up so it's been a spring to the finish here the last couple days."

Bahm adds the week will not only consist of some great curling but also some events off the ice as well.

"So our hockey arena and curling rink are all under one roof, so in the curling rink we will be having a big party in the Mosaic Patch where also we will be having bands on Thursday, Friday and Saturday plus other fun stuff included, so if you're a big curling fan then Whitewood will be the place to be this week."

Day passes for each day are available at the door or if you still want full event passes they are still available for the event by Clicking Here.

Full more information of the event go to their website at www.saskteltankard.com


Wednesday's Match-up's

2:30PM (Draw 1)


Matt Dunstone (Saskatoon) vs. Lloyd Fell (North Battleford)
Ryan Deis (Fox Valley) vs. Jason Jacobson (Saskatoon)
Scott Comfort (Wadena) vs. Brent Gedak (Estevan)
Rylan Kleiter (Saskatoon) vs. Josh Heidt (Kerrobert)

7:30PM (Draw 2)

Kirk Muyres (Saskatoon) vs. Jeff Hartung (Langenburg)
Brock Virture (Kerrobert) vs. Mike Armstrong (Regina)
Dustin Kalthoff (Saskatoon) vs. Brady Kendel (Kronau)
Kody Hartung (Saskatoon) vs. Steven Howard (Regina)



Chat with Co-Chair Matt Bahm below:



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2019 Manitoba Viterra Men's Curling Championships begins on Wednesday in Virden


A field of 32 teams will compete this week at Tundra Oil & Gas Place in Virden for the 2019 Viterra Championships.

The winner of this event will have a chance to wear the Bison and represent Manitoba on home turf at the 2019 Brier in Brandon, Manitoba.

Draw 1 of the event goes on Wednesday morning at 8:30AM and to keep up-to-date Click Here

Waywayseecappo Wolverines Coaches Show - Feb. 5th edition



In this weeks' edition of the Wayway Wolverines Coaches Show, Head Coach/GM Taylor Harnett recaps the teams split road-trip through Winkler and Winnipeg, preview's the two home games this week vs. OCN and talks about their team's involvement with the "Hockey Gives Blood" campaign.



Harnett specifically talks about being involved in "Hockey Gives Blood" campaign below:

Mils' F Spadafora captures 2nd straight SJHL Rookie of the Month Award



For the 2nd straight month, Melville Millionaires forward Luke Spadafora was named the SJHL's Rookie of the Month.

The 18 year old who hails from Calgary, had another big month scoring 11 points (5G 6A) in their 10 games in the month of the January.

Spadafora is currently the Mils leading scorer with 13 goals, 25 assists for 38 points in 45 games which puts him in 2nd place in rookie scoring in the SJHL.

**Meanwhile also Yorkton Terriers captain Brendan Mark was as runner-up for SJHL Defenceman of the Month for January.

Monday, 4 February 2019

Yorkton Terriers Coaches Show - Feb 4th edition

                   

Catching up with Head Coach/GM Mat Hehr for this weeks Yorkton Terriers Coaches Show on GX94

Field determined for 2019 Curl Sask Senior Men's Provincial Championships in Melville



The field is set for the 2019 Curl Sask Senior Men's Curling Championships set for later this month in Melville.

Brent Franko (Wadena), Mark Walter (Lampman), Rod Quintin (Swift Current) and Darryl Williamson's Langenburg rink qualified in the Southern Playdowns in Outlook while Bruce Korte (Saskatoon), Brian Humble (Saskatoon), Lloyd Fell (Unity), and Kerrobert's Brad Heidt qualified at the Northern's in Unity.

The event will run February 27th- March 3rd at the Melville Curling Club.

Sunday, 3 February 2019

Pipes' shines as Stamps blank Portage for 5th straight win in February 2nd Local SJHL/MJHL Recap




MJHL

Merek Pipes (pictured above) made 43 saves for his 4th shutout of the season to lead the Swan Valley Stampeders to their 5th straight win, a 1-0 decision over the Portage Terriers. 

Matt Osadick netted the OT winner just 21 seconds into the 3rd period to help the Stamps pull within 6 points of Portage for top spot in the MJHL standings. 

Ethan Peterson made 33 saves in the Terriers' net to get the overtime loss. 

The Stampeders' will continue their home-stand next Saturday night when they entertain the Winkler Flyers. 

Meanwhile in Winnipeg, 

The Wayway Wolverines had their 3 game winning streak snapped on Saturday, losing 3-0 to the Winnipeg Blues. 

Jeremy Link made 25 saves to earn the shutout while Jayson Szun, Braeden Binda and Nathan Adrian scored for the Blues. 

Isaac Labelle in the loss turned aside 35 of 38 shots. 

The next game for the Wolverines will be on Thuursday night when they host the OCN Blizzard. Puck drop will be at 7:30.

Elsewhere in the MJHL, 

Virden 5 OCN 1 

Dauphin 0 Selkirk 4 

Steinbach 5 Winkler 0 


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SJHL

Kyle Bosch, Tyler Traptow, Brandon Borberly, and Caden Benson scored while Zach Johnson made 23 saves to lead the Kindersley Klippers to a 4-1 victory over the Melville Millionaires who had their 3 game point streak snapped. 

Nash Wood's 1st SJHL goal was the Mils' only offence while Colby Entz turned aside 35 shots in a long cause. 

The Mils who still sit 3 points up on Weyburn for the final playoff spot will return to action on Friday night when they visit the Estevan Bruins. 

Elsewhere in the SJHL. 

The Yorkton Terriers' win streak now sits at 3 games after a 9-1 defeat to the Battlefords North Stars. 

Brett Gammer (3G 1A) and Dylan Esau (2G 2A) led the North Stars with 4 points each to lead them offensively. 

Branden Klatt scored the lone goal for the Terriers in the loss. 

The Terriers will return to the ice on Tuesday night when they host the Estevan Bruins at the Farrell Agencies Arena. Yorkton will go into the matchup, 4 points back of the Bruins for top spot in the Viterra division. 

Other Saturday results: 

Weyburn 2 Estevan 7 

Flin Flon 0 Melfort 6 

Notre Dame 2 Nipawin 3 


Friday, 1 February 2019

Stampeders; Wolverines win in the Feb 1st SJHL/MJHL Recap

The Yorkton Terriers dropped their 2nd straight on Friday, losing 4-2 to the Kindersley Klippers.

The Terriers would get off to a good start by getting the opening goal as Brendan Mark would walk in from his off win and beat Justen Close with a nice wrist-shot over the left shoulder for the 8th goal of the season for the Terrier captain that gave them a 1-0 lead. They would add to their lead just under 9 minutes later, and it would be another defenceman chipping in as Kurri Woodford's snap-shot beat Close low short-side for his 4th of the season to make it a 2-0 Terrier lead. But the Klippers would cut their deficit in half in the final minute as Steven Avalone would be left open in the left shot and would bang home a rebound by Andrew Henderson for his 1st SJHL goal to make it a 2-1 game for the Terriers after 20 minutes.

The Klippers would even it up just over half way through the 2nd period as Devon Cyr would sneak one through the Terrier goal for his 8th of the season to tie things up at 2-2. Then just 43 seconds later, the visitors would grab their first lead of the night and it would be 20 year old Ty Enns getting his 8th to make it 3-2. Kindersley would add some insurance once again in the final minute of a period, this time with just 20 seconds left in the second frame as Devon Cyr would go bar-down for his 2nd of the period to give his team a 4-2 advantage after 2 periods.

The home team came out stronger in the 3rd outshooting the Klips 10-6 but there was no scoring in the final frame.

Justen Close made 20 saves in the Kindersley net to earn his 19th victory of the season while Andrew Henderson was solid in the loss making 33 saves in the loss.

The Terriers with the loss now sit in 2nd place in the Viterra division behind the Estevan Bruins who won on Friday, 7-0 over the Weyburn Red Wings.

Yorkton's next game will be on Saturday night when they host the Battlefords North Stars.

Elsewhere in the SJHL,

Michael Boutoussov's 1st SJHL goal helped earn the Melville Millionaires a big point as they fell 3-2 in OT to the visiting Battlefords North Stars.

The Mils now sit 3 points up on Weyburn for the final playoff spot.

Eli Loon-Stewardson scored the winner for the Stars who got singles from McGregor Sinclair and Kaden Boser.

Payton Jerome also scored for the Mils while Berk Berkeliev made 35 saves in the loss.

The Mils will try and extend their points streak to 4 games on Saturday when they host the Kindersley Klippers.


Other Friday SJHL results:

Melfort 6 La Ronge 3

Notre Dame 7 Flin Flon 6 (OT)

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In the MJHL on Friday night,

Josh Maucieri scored twice while Michael Davis made 31 saves to lead the Swan Valley Stampeders to their 4th straight win, a 5-3 victory over the Virden Oil Capitals.

With the win, it also helped the Stamps become the 2nd team to earn a MJHL playoff spot.

Matt Osadick, Brad Goethals and Brian Harris also scored for Swan.

The Stampeders will return to action on Saturday night when they entertain the 1st place Portage Terriers at the 7:30 from the Centennial Arena.

Meanwhile,

The Waywayseecappo Wolverines are now winners of 3 straight games after a 2-1 victory over the Selkirk Steelers.

Isaac Labelle once again was the difference making 49 saves in the win while Brandon Lawson and Conrad Phillips scored the goals.

The Wolverines who still sit two points out of a playoff spot will continue their road trip on Saturday against the Winnipeg Blues.


3 other MJHL games:

Portage 3 OCN 1

Neepawa 2 Winkler 5

Dauphin 4 Steinbach 5 (SO)

Swan Valley Stampeders Coaches Show -Feb 1st edition


Associate Coach Darren Webster stops by for this weeks Swan Valley Stampeders Coaches Show on GX94 as he recaps Wednesday's win over Dauphin & preview's Parents Weekend this weekend in Swan River when the Stamps begin 5 game home stand against Virden (Fri) and Portage (Sat)