Monday 25 November 2019

Local Weekend Sports Recap

The Melville Millionaires earned their 8th victory of the season on Saturday night after a 5-1 victory over the visiting La Ronge Ice Wolves.

Luke Nkwama led the way for the Mils who had 3G 1A while former Ice Wolf Grady Birk and Payton Jerome chipped in with a goal and an assist.

Mils netminder Berk Berkeliev turned aside 40 of 41 shots to earn the win in goal.

The Mils' will return to action on Tuesday when they host the Flin Flon Bombers at the Horizon Credit Union Center with puck drop at 7:30PM.

Swan River product Carter Cockburn scored twice but it wasn't quite enough as the Swan Valley Stampeders dropped a 4-3 home-ice decision to the Portage Terriers on Saturday.

Newcomer Daunte Fortner also scored for the Stamps while Mikael Foucher made 38 saves in the loss.

Riley Bruce led the Terriers with 2 goals in the win.

The Stampeders' next game will be on Wednesday night when they visit the Neepawa Natives. GX94 will broadcast the game with pregame show starting at 7:20 and the play by play kicking off at 7:30PM.

Bulych brothers reunited in Swift Current
The Swift Current Broncos completed a trade over the weekend with the Vancouver Giants that has reunited brothers 19 year old Kaleb and 18 year old Aiden Bulych.

The Broncos acquired the elder Bulych from the Giants in exchange for 2001-born defenceman Connor Hornung.

Kaleb so far this season has 4 assists in 24 games.

Aiden who spent last season with the SJHL's Yorkton Terriers is currently in his 1st season with the Broncos and currently through 21 games he has compiled 6 points.

Curl Sask Junior Girls Qualifier held in Yorkton
2019 CurlSask Junior Women's Qualifying spiel was held this past weekend at the Yorkton Curling Club.

The A-Qualifer was Team Thevenot while the B-Qualifier was Team Ackerman & qualifying out of the C was Team Thies and Team Remeshylo.

The qualifiers have all earned a berth into the 2020 Saskatchewan Junior Girls Curling Championship held Dec. 27- Jan. 1st in Saskatoon

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