Monday 28 February 2022

Yorkton SeCon Maulers name Mann as new Head Coach


The Yorkton SeCon Maulers of the Saskatchewan Male Under-18 AAA hockey league have hired a new bench boss. 

The Maulers have named veteran Darrell Mann as their new Head Coach, effective immediately. 

"I'm excited for the opportunity for me to get back into the U18 AAA hockey league, which is the best one in the country and chance to go to an organization that wants to make some changes & make some strides forward and I like that kind of challenge," Mann said in a phone interview with GX94. 

Mann who replaces Ed Zawatsky, who informed the team in January he would not return after this season, most notably spent 10 seasons as coach of the Tisdale Trojans - winning the Telus Cup national championship in 2002, a bronze medal at the 2019 Telus Cup, and 4 U18 AAA League titles.

"His resume speaks for itself, he has proven track record of success in the past and with bringing in all that experience at this level, he understands what players are needed to compete at this level," added Maulers General Manager Steve Silvernagle. 

The Maulers will hold their 2022 Spring Camp in the middle of April at the Westland Insurance Arena. 


Audio with Darrell Mann below:

Sunday 27 February 2022

Gervais leads Terriers to 4th straight win on Sunday

The Yorkton Terriers earned their 4th straight win on Sunday, after a 6-4 decision over the Nipawin Hawks. 

It was solid start in the 1st for the Terriers as 4:25 in, Kishaun Gervais notched his 19th of the season to make it 1-0.

Then just 68 seconds later, Gervais added his 2nd of the night slipping it five-hole through the legs of Hawks' G Chase Hamm to make it a two-goal game.

It became 3-0 at 10:08 into the 1st on the powerplay Tanner Sklaruk was found in the slot and he made no mistake with his 9th of year.

But Nipawin cut their deficit within two, with just 3:18 left in the period as Ranon Joseph sniped it short-side on Tresor Wotton for his 1st SJHL goal to cut the Terrier lead to 3-1 through 20 minutes.

Early in the 2nd the Terriers and Hawks exchanged goals in the opening 10 minutes as Cole Buehler’s point shot beat Hamm for his 1st SJHL goal to make it 4-1 before Zander Stewart snuck one through Wotton to once again pull Nipawin within 2.

But before the 2nd period buzzer went off, Zach McIntyre one timed home his 16th to pull the Terriers into the 2nd intermission up 5-2.

Early in third. Kishaun Gervais completed the hat-trick while short-handed to make it 6-2.

The Hawks got a couple third period goals from Braxton Buchberger and Jake Smith but that’s as close as they would get.

Tresor Wotton improved to 5-0-0-1 on the season after stopping 21 shots in the Terrier goal.

Yorkton returns to action on Tuesday night when they visit the Weyburn Red Wings at Crescent Point Place.

Other Sunday results:

Battlefords North Stars 4, Melville Millionaires 0

La Ronge Ice Wolves 3, Notre Dame Hounds 7

Friday 25 February 2022

Swan Valley gets blanked on Friday night in Virden

The Swan Valley Stampeders dropped the 7th meeting of the season with Virden falling 3-0 on the road to the Oil Capitals.

After a scoreless 1st period, the Oil Capitals got the games first goal at 8:50 of the middle frame as Evan Groening hammered home his 12th of the season to make it 1-0.

It would stay like that until the final seconds of the 2nd as Carson Buydens walked off the half-boards and then he snapped home his 20th of the year to put the home team up by a couple through 40 minutes.

In the 3rd, there was only goal scored and it came with 1:53 to go in regulation as Beau Larson iced the game into the empty net to complete the scoring.

Bailey Monteith made 31 saves in the Virden net to earn his 1st MJHL shutout, while Stamps' G Kobe Grant made 36 stops in the loss.

The Stamps and Oil Capitals will meet once again to wrap up their regular-season series on Saturday night back in Swan River.

Other Friday results:

OCN 5, Neepawa 3

Dauphin 6, Waywayseecappo 3

Steinbach 5, Winnipeg Blues 1

Portage 2, Winkler 6

Wednesday 23 February 2022

Millionaires' wrap up season series with Broncos with defeat on road

The Humboldt Broncos evened up the season series with the Melville Millionaires on Wednesday night after a 6-0 win over the Moneymen at the Elgar Petersen Arena.

The Broncos got the on the board first with 7:31 left in the 1st period as Alex Morozoff's one timer on a pass from Alec Saretzky and beat Mills' G Alexis Giroux for his 18th of the season to make it 1-0.

Then just 2:21 later, Braiden Koran worked his way out from the left corner and found Cage Newans right on top of the crease, and he tapped home his 14th of the year to make it a 2 goal game through 20 minutes.

The red-hot Broncos powerplay would continue their hot-stretch in the 2nd frame with two more goals as 4:25 in, Braiden Koran deflected home his 26th of the season to make it 3-0 and then just under 8 minutes later, SJHL leading scorer Connor McGrath hammered in his 32nd goal to make it a 4 goal game after 2 periods.

In the 3rd, the Bronco added some insurance with two late goals off the stick of Morozoff and 18 year old Noah Barlage to wrap up the scoring. 

Rayce Ramsey made 29 stops in the Broncos net to earn hi 5th shutout of the season while Alexis Giroux started for the Mills making 30 saves on 34 shots before being relieved by AP Ty Shumanski who turned aside 11 shots in the 3rd period.

The Millionaires' return to action on Saturday night when they visit the Estevan Bruins at Affinity Place.

Other SJHL results: 

Nipawin 2, Flin Flon 6

Weyburn 1, Battlefords 4

Estevan 1, La Ronge 3

Wolverines win convincingly on Tuesday in OCN


The Waywayseecappo Wolverines used a 6 goal second period to help lead them to a 11-0 road win last night (Tues) over the OCN Blizzard

Boston Bird led the way offensively with 3 goals, while Carson Baptiste (2G 2A) and Kolton Shindle (1G 3A) chipped in with 4 points each.

Jacob Charko (2) Lonan Bulger, Josh Peppler and Andrew Boucher also scored.

Liam Tereposky turned aside 22 of 22 shots to earn his 1st MJHL shutout.

The Wolverines return to action on Friday night when they take on the Dauphin Kings.


Sunday 20 February 2022

2021/22 Yorkton Terriers Banquet Award Winners


The Yorkton Terriers held their annual Awards Banquet on Saturday night at the St. Mary's Cultural Center.

Award winners as follows:

Scholar Athlete Award (Donated by Yorkton Terriers):

Kael DePape

Ed Ruf Memorial Award (Donated by Elsie Ruf):

Zach McIntyre

Jamie Standish Memorial for Mr. Personality (Donated by Yorkton Terriers):

Steven Norum

Most Gentlemanly Award (Donated by Yorkton Terriers):

Karsten Kruska

Chaplin's Award (donated by John Anderson & family):

Erik Boers

Unsung Hero Award (Donated by Park and Sons Jemellry):

Erik Boers

Amos Border Memorial for Most Popular Player:

Kishaun Gervais

Mr. Hustle Award (Donated by Yorkton Co-op):

Colby Vranai

Rookie of the Year (donated by Dr. Johann Roodt):

Kael DePape

Schoenroths and Wolfe Memorial for Most Improved:

Tanner Sklaruk

Top Defenceman Award (Donated by Parks Jewellry):

Tyson Janzen

Josh Campbell Memorial Coaches Award:

Carson Henry and JD Hall

Guy Lamb Memorial Award for Most Valuable Player:

Tyson Janzen

Volunteer of the Year:

Matt Dekker

President's Trophy:

Tyson Janzen

Friday 18 February 2022

Friday Night Local MJHL/SJHL Recap


The Virden Oil Capitals pulled three points up on Swan Valley for 3rd place in the MJHL's West division after a 3-1 win over the Stampeders on Friday night.

Tyler Thoendel opened the scoring in the first for the visitors short-handed to give them a 1-0 lead. 

But just 66 seconds later in the first period, Justin Keck responded for the Stamps' deflecting home a Adam Rajsigl point-shot past Bailey Monteith for his 7th of the season to make it 1-1 after 1 period.

In the 2nd period, the Oil Capitals regained their one lead as Carson Buyden's centering pass re-directed off a Swan defender and past Dylan Black just 4:45 into the 2nd for his 19th of the season to pull Virden ahead by a 2-1 score after 40 minutes.

Thoendel got the lone goal in the 3rd, icing the game into the empty net with 22 seconds to go to wrap up the scoring.

Oil Caps' G Bailey Monteith made 33 saves on 34 shots for his 7th win of the season, while Dylan Black made 22 stops in the loss.

The Stamps and Oil Capitals will meet for the 2nd game of 4 straight meetings on Saturday night back in Virden.

Other MJHL results:

Dauphin 5, Waywayseecappo 2

Steinbach 5, Selkirk 3

Winnipeg Freeze 6, Portage 7

Neepawa 7, OCN 4


In the SJHL,

The Yorkton Terriers pulled back ahead of La Ronge for 6th place in the SJHL standings after a 6-3 win over the Ice Wolves on home ice. 

Karsten Kruska led the way for the Terriers with 2 goals, while Tyson Janzen, Zach McIntyre, Carson Henry and Kishaun Gervais scored singles.

Tye Evans scored twice to lead the Ice Wolves offensively.

Kael DePape made 29 stops to earn the victory in the Terriers' goal, while Xavier Cannon stopped 26 shots.

The Terriers' entertain the Flin Flon Bombers for an afternoon affair on Saturday starting at 2:00PM.


Alexis Giroux stopped 47 shots for his 1st SJHL shutout to lead the Melville Millionaires to a 1-0 win over the Flin Flon Bombers.

Noah Wills' 17th of the year was the only goal scored in the game.

Millionaires' look for their 2nd straight on Saturday welcoming the La Ronge Ice Wolves to the HCUC. 

Other Friday SJHL results:

Kindersley 1, Melfort 5

Humboldt 6, Nipawin 0

Estevan 4, Weyburn 0

Thursday 17 February 2022

Terriers'; Millionaires both fall at home on Wednesday Night


The Melville Millionaires dropped their 4th straight on Wednesday night, losing 4-1 to the La Ronge Ice Wolves. 

Mykllan Couture and Liam McInnis led the way with 1G 1A for La Ronge, who got singles from Kole Christensson and Ethan Strik. 

Jake Spak's 9th of the season was the only goal for the Moneymen. 

Xavier Cannor made 22 saves on 23 Millionaire shots to earn his 16th win of the season, while Mills' G Alexis Giroux stopped 21 shots in the loss. 

Melville returns to action on Friday night hosting the Flin Flon Bombers at the HCUC. 


The Viterra-division leading Estevan Bruins got the game winner from Cody Davis late in the 2nd to lead them to a 3-2 win over the home-town Yorkton Terriers. 

Mark Rumsey and Eric Houk also scored for the Bruins, while Steven Norum and Erik Boers replied for the Terriers. 

Cam Hrdlicka stopped 27 shots to earn the win in the Bruins' goal, while at the other end, Terriers' G Kael DePape made 25 saves. 

The Terriers' continue their three game home-stand on Friday night welcoming the La Ronge Ice Wolves to the Westland Arena. 

Other Wednesday SJHL matchup:

Battlefords North Stars 7, Weyburn Red Wings 

Tuesday 15 February 2022

Stampeders dominate in road win over OCN

 The Swan Valley Stampeders snapped a 2 game losing streak on Tuesday night after a 4-0 road win over the OCN Blizzard.

The Stamps got out to a quick start in the 1st as they outshot the Blizzard 25-6 and got the games first goal from Ethan Matchim to make 1-0 after 1 period.

In the 2nd period, the Stamps added to their lead when Cole Chauvette’s seeing-eye wrister over the left shoulder of Blizz goalie Steven Bacovsky for his 1st MJHL goal as they made it a 2 goal game through 40 minutes.

Swan Valley added to their lead very early into the 3rd as 40 seconds in, Nic Roussel banged home a rebound for his 3rd of the season then a short-time on another powerplay, Adam Rajsigl’s snapper hit the back of the net to wrap up the scoring.

Stamps’ G Dylan Black made 30 saves to record his 2nd shutout of the season, while Steven Bacovsky made 41 stops in the loss.

The Stampeders look for their 21st win of the season on Friday night hosting the Virden Oil Capitals. GX94 will broadcast the game, starting with the pregame at 6:50 and the play by play starting at 7:00 PM from the Centennial Arena.

Other Tuesday MJHL results:

Virden 10, Waywayseecappo 3

Winnipeg 4, Winkler 3 (OT) 

Monday 14 February 2022

Terriers' earn point but fall in shootout to Nipawin on Sunday Night


The Yorkton Terriers' point streak now sits at 4 straight after a 4-3 shootout loss to the Nipawin Hawks last night (Sun). 

Bryden Kiesman scored the shootout winner for the Hawks, who got goals in regulation from Cole Beamin, Braxton Buchberger and Alex Johnson. 

Clay Sleeva scored twice for the Terriers, while Zach McIntyre also scored. 

Chase Hamm made 30 saves on 33 shots to get the victory in the Hawks' net, Tresor Wotton made 26 stops for the Terriers. 

The Terriers' will return to action on Wednesday night when they host the Estevan Bruins at the Westland Insurance Arena. 

Other SJHL game on Sunday, 

Kindersley Klippers 2  Notre Dame Hounds 4

Flasch captures 2022 SaskTel Tankard in Whitewood

For the first time as a Skip, Colton Flasch will be headed to the Tim Horton's Brier.

Flasch and his Saskatoon rink beat two-time champion Matt Dunstone of Regina, 6-4 in yesterday's (Sun) Championship final from the Whitewood Community Center.

Flasch and his foursome which includes Catlin Schneider, Kevin Marsh and Dan Marsh will now represent Saskatchewan at the Brier next month in Lethbridge, Alberta.

Langenburg's Kody Hartung finished in 3rd place after falling 5-2 to Flasch in the Semi-Finals earlier in the day.


Saturday 12 February 2022

Kruska & Norum with 1G 1A each to lead Terriers to win over Melville


The Yorkton Terriers prevailed in the final Highway 10 battle of the regular season after a   victory over the Melville Millionaires on Saturday night. 

Steven Norum and Karsten Kruska led the way offensively for the Terriers with 1G 1A each, while Colby Vranai also scored for the home team on a penalty shot. 

Kael DePape made   saves for his 4th shutout of the season in the Terrier goal.

The Terriers will go right back at it on Sunday visiting the Nipawin Hawks for a 4:00PM face-off, while the Moneymen return to the ice on Wednesday night when they welcome the La Ronge Ice Wolves.

Other SJHL results:

La Ronge 5, Melfort 4

Battlefords 3, Flin Flon 6

Kindersley 4, Weyburn 2

Estevan 7, Notre Dame 1

Stampeders; Millionaires both drop decisions on Friday Night


The Swan Valley Stampeders dropped the final regular season meeting of the season with Waywayseecappo, after a 6-3 loss to the Wolverines on Friday. 

20 year olds Kolton Shindle and Boston Bird each had 2 goals to lead the way offensively for Wayway who got singles from Reese Malkewich and Caleb Petrie. 

Ethan Matchim, Brad Fortin and Justin Keck replied for the Stamps. 

Liam Tereposky earned the win in goal for Waywayseecappo making 26 saves, while Stamps' G Kobe Grant was tagged with loss after 36 stops. 

The next game for the Stamps' will be on Tuesday night when they visit the OCN Blizzard, while the Wolverines' return to action that same night hosting the Virden Oil Capitals. 

Other MJHL scores: 

Neepawa Titans 6  Virden Oil Capitals 0

Winkler Flyers 1  Selkirk Steelers 4 

Steinbach Pistons 4
  Winnipeg Freeze 1



Ty Mason scored the game winning goal with 2:43 left in regulation to lead the Weyburn Red Wings to a 3-2 win on Friday over the Melville Millionaires. 

Ethan Whillans and Austyn Hansen also scored for the Wings, while Louis-Frederic Theberge and Kyle Bochek replied for the Millionaires. 

Jared Thompson stopped 28 shots for Melville in the loss. 

The Mils return to action on Saturday night for the final Highway 10 battle of the season visiting the Yorkton Terriers. 

Elsewhere in SJHL, 

Kindersley Klippers 1  Estevan Bruins 8

Battlefords North Stars 0  Flin Flon Bombers 4 

Melfort Mustangs 2  La Ronge Ice Wolves 3 OT

Humboldt Broncos 3 
Nipawin Hawks 1

Wednesday 9 February 2022

Wednesday Night SJHL/MJHL Recap


The Yorkton Terriers got a point on Wednesday night but they wrapped up their road-trip with a 3-2 shootout loss to the Kindersley Klippers.

The Klippers and Terriers exchanged goals in the 1st and 2nd periods respectively as Nathan Degraves got the Klippers on the board in the 1st before Erik Boers' rebound goal knotted it up at 1-1 through 40 minutes.

In the 3rd, the Terriers grabbed their first lead with 6:23 to go in regualtion as Colby Vranai's shot was deflected home by Zach McIntyre for his 12th of the season to make it 2-1.

But the Klippers tied it with 1:34 left as Josh Morton dumped it into the Terriers' and it took a weird bounce off the end-boards and came right out in the slot and it was an easy tap-in for Tylin Hilbig for his 17th of the season to even it up at 2-2.

After overtime solved nothing, Andrew Schaab got the only goal in the shootout to lead his team to the extra point.

Matthew Pesenti was very good in the Klippers' net making 51 saves on 53 shots for the win, while Terriers puckstopper Kael DePape stopped 36 shots in the loss.

The Terriers' will return to action on Saturday night when they host the Melville Millionaires for their final regular season meeting of the season.

Elsewhere in the SJHL,

Humboldt Broncos 3, Notre Dame Hounds 1


In the MJHL, 


The Waywayseecappo Wolverines got the shootout winner from Joey Moffatt as they beat the Swan Valley Stampeders 3-2 on the road on Wednesday.

Kolton Shindle scored both goals for the Wolverines, while Emile Pichette and Ethan Matchim replied for the Stamps.

Wolverines' G Brett Mirwald made 19 stops to earn the win, while Stamps' netminder Dylan Black made 36 saves. 

The two teams will meet again on Friday night in Waywayseecappo. GX94 will broadcast the game, with the pregame show beginning at 7:20PM, and the play by play starting at 7:30PM from the Wayway Arena Complex.

Other games in the MJHL:

Virden Oil Capitals 4, OCN Blizzard 3

Steinbach Pistons 4, Winkler Flyers 1

Tuesday 8 February 2022

Terriers' win; Mils lose in OT on Tuesday Night


The Yorkton Terriers snapped their 3 game losing streak on Tuesday with a 3-2 overtime win over the Battlefords North Stars.

The Terriers struck first early in the 1st period as Carson Henry had a good chance stopped and then Erik Boers got the rebound & flipped it over goalie Michael Harroch for his 11th of the season to give the visitors a 1-0 lead after 20 minutes.

In the 2nd, the North Stars tied it up 10:30 in as Steven Kesslering was able to sneak it though Tresor Wotton for his 18th of the year to make it 1-1.

But just 3:33 later and off a great individual effort from Steven Norum going top-shelf on the North Stars goalie for his 10th to regain Yorkton's lead at 2-1 through 2 periods of play. 

Battlefords evened it up but not til the final minute as Tynan Ewart slap-shot hit Emmet Wurst then a Terrier defender on its way into the back of the net to make it 2-2.

After a back and forth start to overtime, Kishaun Gervais (pictured above)  ended it just 2:40 in on a nice individual effort for his 16th of the season.

Tresor Wotton turned aside 33 of 35 shots for the Terriers to win his 3rd straight start, while North Stars' G Michael Harroch made 33 saves as well in the OT loss. 

The Terriers' return to action on Wednesday visiting the Kindersley Klippers on GX94 with our pregame show starting at 7:20PM, and the play by play kicking off at 7:30PM.



For the 8th time this season, the Melville Millionaires fell in overtime.

The Moneymen got a point but lost 3-2 to the Weyburn Red Wings in the extra period.

Nolan Henderson scored the OT winner for Weyburn, who got singles from Ethan Whillans, Sam Skillestad and Nicolas Kovacs.

Noah Wills, Enrique Fontes and Rylan Bruns replied for the Mills.

Millionaires' G Alexis Giroux made 32 stops in the loss.

Melville returns to action on Friday night for the back-end of the home and home hosting the Red Wings at the HCUC.

Monday 7 February 2022

2022 Sasktel Men's Tankard set to begin on Wednesday in Whitewood

The 12 best men's curling teams in the province will head to Whitewood this week for the 2022 edition of the SaskTel Tankard Men's Provincial Curling Championships that begin on Wednesday and run through Sunday. 

Host Chair Chad Kelly says the event was originally scheduled to take place at the Cooperators Center in Regina, but will now take place at the Whitewood Community Center. 

"We got a call a few weeks from CURLSASK wondering if we'd like to host another Tankard, and we were kinda shocked at first, but with the circumstances they were looking to move it from a urban center to a more rural center where they might be less likely for exposure for the players so that the event could be decided on the ice." 

The community of the Whitewood last hosted the event back in 2019, and Kelly adds they are looking forward to hosting such a great event. 

"Yea we are excited, it's been a tough couple years for the recreational center so getting the chance to host these prestigious event again, we will be able to generate some much needed funds for the arena, and get the chance to host some great curling."

Tickets will be sold at the door with Event Pass $80, Day Pass $25, Last Draw of the Day $10, Ages 13-18 Day Pass $10 and 12 & under being free of charge.

Also, Spectators 12 and older must be fully vaccinated and masks need to be worn except when eating or drinking. For full look at the draw CLICK HERE ===========

Audio with Host Chair Chad Kelly below: 

Sunday 6 February 2022

Thompson's 27 saves leads Millionaires to road win in Nipawin on Sunday Night.


For the first time since March of 2015, the Melville Millionaires won a road game in Nipawin.

The Moneymen beat the Hawks, 3-1 on Sunday night for their 2nd straight win. 

Noah Wills got the scoring going just 34 seconds into the 1st as he went top-shelf on Chase Hamm for his 15th of the season to make it 1-0.

The score would stay like that until late in the 2nd when Bryden Kiesman jumped on a rebound in front of the Mils net and was able to sneak it through Jared Thompson to make it 1-1 after 40 minutes.

The Millionaires regained their one goal lead just 5:56 into the 3rd period as Noah Wills' long shot deflecting in off the stick of Jake Spak, for the 20 year olds 8th of the season to make it 2-1.

Despite a late push by the Hawks, it was Enrique Fontes icing it into the empty net to wrap up the scoring. 

Jared Thompson was solid in the Melville net stopping 27 of 28 shots for his 7th win of the season, while Hawks' G Chase Hamm made 17 saves in the loss.

The Millionaires return to action on Tuesday night when they to Crescent Point Place to take on their Viterra division rivals, the Weyburn Red Wings.

Friday 4 February 2022

Big third period leads Millionaires to home ice win over Yorkton


The Melville Millionaires snapped their 6 game losing streak on Friday after a 6-4 win over the visiting Yorkton Terriers. 

It would be the Terriers' getting the only goal in the first as Steven Norum found Greg Nelson back-door, and he made no mistake for his 2nd of the season to make it 1-0 Yorkton after 1 period.

The Terriers added to their lead late in the 2nd when Clay Sleeva snapped a 12 game goal-less streak by snapping home his 10th of the campaign to give the visitors a 2 goal lead.

But that advantage didn't last long as Charles-Thomas Larochelle just 53 seconds later, tapped home his 11th to cut the Terriers' lead to 2-1 after 2 periods.

In the 3rd, the Mils evened up the game just 20 seconds in as a long dump-in took a funny bounce off the end boards as Terriers' G Kael DePape came out to play it and went in front for Noah Wills who tapped in his 13th of the season.

Melville continued on the momentum from there as Louis-Frederic Theberge (pictured above) notched not one but two goals just 1:40 apart to give his team a 4-2 lead early in the 3rd.

The two teams exchanged goals a couple times back and forth to wrap up the scoring with Enrique Fontes and Wills (2nd of the night in empty net) & Maddux Nollski and Karsten Kruska scoring for the Terriers.

Alexi Giroux was solid in the Mills' crease stopping 35 of 39 shots, while Terriers' G Kael DePape made 27 saves in the loss.

The Terriers' return to action on Saturday night hosting the Estevan Bruins at 7:30PM, while the Moneymen are on the road on Sunday in Nipawin against the Hawks.  GX94 will broadcast the game with "Melville Chevrolet" Millionaires' hockey with pregame starting 5:50 and the play by play kicking off at 6:00PM.

Other SJHL results:

Notre Dame 8, Weyburn 3

Battlefords 5, Melfort 3

Flin Flon 2, Estevan 3 



The Swan Valley Stampeders got out to an early 1-0 lead on Carter Cockburn but then 7 unanswered goals from Waywayseecappo lead to a 7-1 Wolverines' victory.

Kolton Shindle, Caleb Petrie, Colby Wotton, Andrew Boucher, Reagan Rabbit, Carson Baptiste and Boston Bird scored the Wolverines goals, while Brett Mirwald made 27 saves in the win.

Stamps' G Kobe Grant made 35 saves on 42 shots in the loss.

The two teams go right back at it on Saturday at 7:00PM in Swan River.

Elsewhere in the MJHL,

Winnipeg Freeze 1, Winnipeg Blues 4

Virden Oil Capitals 2, Neepawa Titans 1 (SO)

Winkler Flyers 4, Steinbach Pistons (OT) 

Selkirk Steelers 4, Portage Terriers (OT)

OCN Blizzard 0, Dauphin Kings 5

Wednesday 2 February 2022

Stampeders drop home divisional matchup to Dauphin on Wednesday


The Swan Valley Stampeders fell on home ice on Wednesday night, 3-0 to the Dauphin Kings.

Nakodan Greyeyes notched 2 goals while Logan Calder also scored for the Kings, who pulled back ahead of the Waywayseecappo Wolverines for first place in the MJHL's West Division.

Keaton Woolsey turned aside 22 shots for the shutout in the Kings' goal, while Stamps' G Kobe made   31 saves in the loss.

The Stampeders remain in 3rd place in the West standings and they'll return to action on Friday night in Waywayseecappo.

Tuesday 1 February 2022

Millionaires; Terriers both fall on Tuesday Night


Brayden Taschuk with 1 goal and 2 assists while Breckin Den Hartog scored his 1st SJHL goal, but it wasn't enough as the Melville Millionaires fell 4-3 in the shootout to the Notre Dame Hounds.

Noah Wills also scored for Melville, who got 33 stops from Jared Thompson in the shootout loss.

Nik Sombrowski scored the shootout winner for Notre Dame, while Kevin Anderson, Elliot Dutil and Connor Nolan scored in regulation.

Hounds netminder Austin Elliot was solid stopping 38 shots in the win.

The Mills return to action on Friday night when they host the Yorkton Terriers. GX94 will broadcast the game with the pregame show starting at 6:50PM, while the play by play kicks off at 7:00PM from the HCUC.


Jaeden Mercier scored twice to lead the Flin Flon Bombers to a 4-1 win over the Yorkton Terriers on Tuesday night. 

Jaxon Martens and Zac Smith also scored for the Bombers, while Cal Schell made 31 saves on 32 shots in the win. 

Zach McIntyre scored the lone goal for Yorkton.

Kael DePape made 16 saves on 20 shots for the Terriers.

Other Tuesday SJHL results:

Battlefords North Stars 4, Humboldt Broncos 0  

Nipawin Hawks 5, Weyburn Red Wings 0