Thursday 29 February 2024

Feb. 28th Local SJHL/MJHL Recap



For the 2nd straight night the Yorkton Terriers knotted it up late and then got the extra point in overtime. 

Jeff Hammond scored at the 1:24 mark of the extra period to lead the Terriers to a 4-3 win over the Kindersley Klippers on Wednesday night. 

Jaron Desnoyers notched the tying goal with 1:51 left in regulation time while Dustin Renas and David Coyle also scored. 

Nathan Degraves, Cam Perlinger and Russ Demo replied for the Klippers. 

Terrier starter Ethan Farrow turned aside 19 of 22 shots to earn the win. 


The Terriers didn't gain any ground on the 8th place Weyburn Red Wings as Max Monette scored the game winner in OT to lead the Wings to a 5-4 victory over the Nipawin Hawks at the Cage. 

Other game on Wednesday, Aidyn Hutchinson had a 6 point night (4G 2A) to lead the Melfort Mustangs to a 7-4 triumph over the Melfort Mustangs. 




In front of over 800 students & staff at the Centennial Arena, the Swan Valley Stampeders drop a 4-1 decision to the visiting Dauphin Kings in their annual School Kids game in Swan River. 

Ian Ness scored the lone goal for the Stampeders, while Alex Senf scored twice and Havril Simchuk & Cayden Glover replied for the Kings. 

Elias Giaccari-Dimitriou made 43 stops on 47 shots in the losing cause. 

The Stampeders return to action on GX94 on Friday night visiting the Neepawa Titans. 

Other game on Wednesday:


Tuesday 27 February 2024

Terriers; Millionaires both victorious on Tuesday Night



The Yorkton Terriers got a late goal from Brett Butz with 1:22 remaining to lead them to a 5-4 road victory over the Notre Dame Hounds on Tuesday night. 

Jeff Hammond scored twice for the Terriers in the win while netminder Ethan Farrow made 33 saves on 37 shots in the win.

Anthony Domina and Colton Koran also chipped in with singles for Yorkton while Jaron Desnoyers had 3 helpers. 

Rocsyn Bird, Paul Bloomer, Ashton Breyer  and Jacon Landeen led the Hounds with 1G 1A each while Hounds G Spencer Borsos stopped 28 of 33 shots in the loss. 

The Terriers now just 4 points back of Weyburn for the final playoff spot will go right back at it on Wednesday night hosting the Kindersley Klippers at the Westland Arena. 

Speaking of the Klippers, 

Kindersley began their 4 games in 5 nights road trip on Tuesday with a 1-0 defeat at the hands of the Melville Millionaires. 

Joel Mabin's goal in the late stages of the 1st period stood up to the be the game winner, while William Dyke turned aside all 26 shots he faced for his 3rd shutout of the season. 

Cody Jaman made 31 saves on 32 shots to suffer the loss in the Klippers net. 

The Millionaires next game will be on Friday night once against the Klippers at the CN Community Center. 

Monday 26 February 2024

Wadena's Pomedli captures 2024 Curl Sask U20 Women's Championship

Wadena product Jenna Pomedli is a Provincial Curling Champion. 

Pomedli and her rink that curls now out of the Saskatoon Nutana curling club captured the Curl Sask U20 Provincial Championship in North Battleford, with a 7-4 victory over Saskatoon's Ava Beausoleil in the Final. 

The rink which also features local product Verne Anderson as Coach now advances to represent Saskatchewan at the 2024 Canadian U20 Curling Championships that runs March 24th to March 31st in Fort McMurray, Alberta 

Saskatoon's Matthew Drewitz captured the Men's championship with a convincing 8-2 win over Martensville's Dylan Derkson in the Gold Medal game. 

Friday 23 February 2024

Millionaires' fall; Terriers win on Friday Night SJHL Recap



The Melfort Mustangs won their 3rd straight on Friday night after a commanding 7-0 victory over the Melville Millionaires at the Northern Lights Palace, to split the season series at 2-2. 

Aidyn Hutchinson opened the scoring for the Mustangs in the 2nd and ended the night with a 3 point night (2G 1A). 

Chase Friedt-Mohr also chipped in with 1G 2A while Kaleb Binner, Rhett Hamilton, snd Tye Evans chipped in with singles. 

Mustangs netminder James Venne turned aside all 22 shots he face for his 4th shutout of the season, while Ethan Rau started for Melville & made 14 saves on 19 shots before being relieved for William Dyke (11 saves on 13 shots).

The Moneymen look to rebound on Saturday night hosting the Battlefords North Stars. 



The Yorkton Terriers got back in the win column in a big way on Friday by defeating the visiting Battlefords North Stars, 8-3. 

Brett Butz and Jye Zawatsky each scored twice for the Terriers who got singles from David Coyle, Jaron Desnoyers, Cooper Algajer & Dustin Renas. 

Alex Izyk scored 2 goals for the North Stars while Evan Waldie had the other. 

Ethan Farrow made 31 saves for the Terriers in the win. 

Yorkton will look to make it two straight entertaining the Estevan Bruins on Saturday night. 

Other Friday results: 



Wednesday 21 February 2024

Feb. 20th Local SJHL/MJHL Recap



The Yorkton Terriers netted three third period goals but it wasn't enough as they fell 4-3 to the visiting Notre Dame Hounds on Tuesday night. 

Paul Bloomer, Owen Dawson, Liam Hunks and Carson Baylis helped the Hounds get out to a 4-0 lead early in the 3rd period, before Tommy Chunchakov, David Coyle and Anthony McIntosh made it a one goal game but that's as close as they would get. 

Johann Tremblay-Kau made 40 saves on 43 Terrier shots to earn the victory for Notre Dame while Terrier G Ethan Farrow turned aside 35 of 39 in the loss. 

The Terriers who remain 6 points back of the final playoff spot, return to action on Friday night hosting the Battlefords North Stars. 



Gabriel Buguead scored twice as the Dauphin Kings handed the Swan Valley Stampeders their 10th straight loss after a 7-1 decision at home on Tuesday. 

Jordan Bax, Rylan Gibbs, Aiden Murray, Charlie Sandven and Naaman Hofer also scored for the Kings who got 19 saves from Austin Seibel in the win. 

Darren Hunt scored the lone marker for the Stamps, while Elias Giaccarri-Dimitriou made 50 saves on 57 shots in goal. 

The Stampeders return to action on Saturday night visiting the Neepawa Titans. 

Monday 19 February 2024

Millionaires' three game win streak snapped after road defeat in Weyburn on Family Day

The Melville Millionaires' had their 5 game point streak snapped after a 5-0 road defeat on Monday afternoon against the Weyburn Red Wings.

The Red Wings got off to a hot start as just 1:14 in as Blake Betson opens the scoring with his 9th of the season to make it 1-0 early on.

Weyburn continued their hot period with two more as Cade Meiklejohn and Jerome Maharaj (PP goal) added to the home teams lead to give them 3-0 lead after 20 minutes.

In the 2nd the Red Wings tacked on more insurance as just 19 seconds into the period, Dallen Oxelgren walked across the Mils blueline and sniped home his 3rd of the season to make it 4-0 before Carter Briltz chipped in with another.

After a scoreless third, the Red Wings held on for their first win of the season over Melville.

Weyburn goaltender Dazza Mitchell made 36 saves to earn his 2nd shutout of the season, while Mils starter William Dyke was relieved early in second period after allowing 4 goals on 21 shots before Ethan Rau made 16 saves on 17 shots in relief.

The Millionaires' return to action on Friday night visiting the Melfort Mustangs, while the Red Wings' next game is on Saturday against Nipawin.

Full Recap HERE





Two Millionaires' rewarded SJHL Player of the Week honours (Feb 12th-18th)

The Saskatchewan Junior Hockey League is out with its weekly Award winners, and two Melville Millionaires were rewarded.

Millionaire netminder William Dyke (pictured above) was rewarded both the MVP & Goaltender of the Week, while forward Luc Bydal was named SJHL Rookie of the Week.

Dyke won both of his starts this past week including a shutout on Wednesday night vs. Nipawin and had a dazzling 1.59GAA and 0.959 SV%.

Meanwhile Bydal, had 3 goals 2 assists for 5 points in the Moneymen's three wins and now sits 2nd among rookies in scoring in the SJHL.

Other award winners included: Canora's Clay Sleeva (Sask. Player of the Week), Flin Flon's Noah Houle (Defenceman of the Week) and Bomber forward Alexi Sylvestre (Forward of the Week).

Friday 16 February 2024

Feb. 16th Local MJHL/SJHL Recap

The Waywayseecappo Wolverines moved into the 4th and final playoff spot in the MJHL's West division standings after a 4-2 decision over the Swan Valley Stampeders on Friday night. 

The Wolverines struck first just 4:33 into the 1st as Aiden Herring deflected home an Owen Wheatley point shot for his 6th of the season to make it 1-0.

It would stay like that until late in the third as after Stamps' F Will Brown was stopped on a breakaway, the loose puck came out to Riley Fequet and he beat a screened Jace Wareham over the right pad for his 8th to tie it up at 1-1 through 1 periods.

In the 2nd period, the Wolverines took over as they scored three times off the sticks of Sam McPeak, Jackson Foster and Aiden Moser to put them in front 4-1 after 40 minutes.

Matthew Munro got the Stampeders back within two just 4:41 into the 3rd period with a powerplay goal but that's as close as they would get. 

Wolverine netminder Jase Wareham earned his 9th win of the season making 23 saves on 25 shots, while Elias Giacarri-Dimitriou stops 25 of 29 in the loss. 

The Stampeders return to action on Saturday night hosting Dauphin while the Wolverines entertain the Neepawa Titans for a crucial battle on Monday afternoon.

Elsewhere in the MJHL:









Jadon Iyogun & Elliot Mikesch each scored twice while William Dyke made 21 saves to lead the Melville Millionaires to a 4-2 home ice victory over the La Ronge Ice Wolves. 

Colby Ball also chipped in with 2 assists for the Mils, while Dylan Handel & Mason Bueckert replied with the goals for the visitors. 

The two teams will meet again on Saturday night in Melville starting at 7:00PM. 

Other games on Saturday:




Wednesday 14 February 2024

Dyke's 26 save shutout powers Millionaires to road victory over Nipawin

The Melville Millionaires earned their 22nd win of the year on Wednesday night after a 3-0 decision over the Nipawin Hawks. 

The Mils for the 18th time this season got the opening goal as after a scramble in front it would be Bradley Banach extending his point streak to 9 games, tapping home his 10th of the season to make 1-0 Moneymen just 6:55 into the 1st.

Caden Drury make it 2-0 less than three minutes later as he took a nice feed from Jadon Iyogun & tucked home his 13th of the campaign to give his team a two goal advantage through 20 minutes.

Shots 9-8 Nipawin after 1 period.

After a scoreless 2nd, the Millionaires notched the lone marker in the 3rd as Luc Bydal hit the empty net with 2:08 remaining to ice it. 

20 year old William Dyke turned aside all 26 shots he faced for his 2nd shutout of the season, while Hawks netminder Tyson Endal made 19 saves in the loss. 

The Moneymen return to action on Saturday hosting the La Ronge Ice Wolves for a start of a back to back while the Hawks host the Kindersley Klippers.

Elsewhere in the SJHL, 



Local Sports legend Gerry James has passed away at the age of 89



Legendary multisport star and local Sporting legend Gerry James has passed away at the age of 89.

James joined the Winnipeg Blue Bombers in 1952 as the youngest CFL player at age 17.  During his eleven years with Winnipeg, James won four Grey Cups and was named the top Canadian twice

While on the ice, James also played five years of National Hockey League (NHL) hockey with the Toronto Maple Leafs, from 1955 to 1960. 

James also suited up for 4 seasons with the Yorkton Terriers of the then Saskatchewan Senior Hockey League before he coached SJHL's Yorkton Terriers, Melville Millionaires, Estevan Bruins and the WHL's Moose Jaw Warriors in the 1970's and 80's.

James would go on to be inducted into the Canadian Football Hall of Fame in 1981, the Manitoba Sports Hall of Fame in 1982, the Saskatchewan Sports Hall of Fame in 1994, the Yorkton Sports Hall of Fame in 1998,  the Winnipeg Blue Bombers Hall of Fame in 1999 and the Saskatchewan Hockey Hall of Fame in 2022. 

Feb. 13th Local SJHL/MJHL Recap



Quintin Unreiner netted the game winner just 51 seconds into overtime to lead the Yorkton Terriers to a 4-3 comeback victory over the Estevan Bruins on Tuesday. 

Aiden Knutson, David Coyle and Jaron Desnoyers also scored for the Terriers who got 24 saves from Ethan Farrow in the victory. 

Ilya Chmelevski. Gabriel Fillion and Luke Rybinski replied for the Bruins. 

The two teams will meet again on Saturday night in Estevan. 

Other Result:

La Ronge 4, Notre Dame 5 (OT) 



The Waywayseecappo Wolverines continued to roll on Tuesday night capturing their 5th straight win after a 3-2 home victory over the visiting Dauphin Kings. 

Aiden Moser, Sean Williams and Jack Clarke scored for the Wolverines while Ben Roulette chipped in with 3 assists. 

Jase Wareham was outstanding in the Wolverines' net making 40 saves on 42 shots, while his counterpart Kings' G Cole Sheffield made 20 stops. 

Gabriel Bugeaud and Carter Zalischuk chipped in offensively for Dauphin. 

Elsewhere on Tuesday, 

Virden Oil Capitals 3  Selkirk Steelers 2 (OT)

Saturday 10 February 2024

Feb. 9th Local SJHL/MJHL Recap


(📸 Danielle Gordon-Broome)


The Winnipeg Freeze used a 4 goal first period en route to a 6-3 doubling of the Swan Valley Stampeders on Friday night on "Amara's Amigo's" Night. 

Declan Whiteman, Elliot Perrault, Nicholas Carlson, Noah Oughton, Nicholas Cullen and Gage Sutherland scored for the Freeze who got 34 saves from Nicholas Remple in the win. 

Aidan Taylor, Darius Makse and Darren Hunt replied for the Stamps. 

Swan Valley returns to action on Saturday night hosting the Winkler Flyers at the Centennial Arena starting at 7:00PM. 


Winkler Flyers 0 The Blizzard 2

Waywayseecappo Wolverines 3 Dauphin Kings 2 (SO)

Steinbach Pistons 6 Winnipeg Blues 2

Niverville Nighthawks 1 Virden Oil Capitals 7

Selkirk Steelers 3 Portage Terriers 4 (SO)



📸 Daniel Despins Photography


William Dyke made 32 stops, while Jadon Iyogun & Caden Drury each scored as the Melville Millionaire snapped their 3 game losing skid with a 2-1 road win on Friday over the La Ronge Ice Wolves. 

Cole Thomas scored the lone marker for the Ice Wolves, while Topher Chirico stopped 37 of 39 shots in the losing cause. 

The two clubs will face each other again on Saturday night starting at 7:30PM. 

Other Friday results: 

Flin Flon Bombers 4 Weyburn Red Wings 2

Nipawin Hawks 3 Kindersley Klippers 4

Humboldt Broncos 5 Melfort Mustangs 1

Battlefords North Stars 4 Notre Dame Hounds 1

Wednesday 7 February 2024

Feb. 7th SJHL Recap

The Yorkton Terriers got off to a slow start a couldn't recover on Wednesday night falling 6-2 on the road to the Kindersley Klippers.

For the 2nd straight game, the Terriers gave up the opening goal as 4:21 in, Austin Osiowy's point shot got deflected in front for his 5th of the season to make it 1-0 Kindersley early on.

Then just 2:27 later the Klippers made it 2-0 as Brock Mueller found a loose puck in front and beat a screened Ethan Farrow for his 7th of the campaign and that's where we sat through 1 period.

Shots through 20 minutes: 9-5 Kindersley.

The Klippers added to their lead with 7:17 left in the 2nd as Nathan Degraves fed Logan Linklater with a nice dish in front and he one-timed home his 13th of the season to make it a three goal game.

Yorkton got on the board though just 3:11 later as Dustin Renas sent a puck on net and it hit a couple Klipper defenders in front then over top the Kindersley goaltender and in for his 5th to cut the Terriers deficit to two. 

But the home-side responded again quickly with two more before the end of the 2nd as Tylin Hilbig and Zak Anderson pushed the Klippers lead to 5-1 after 40 minutes.

Shots 24-12 through 2 periods.

Jeff Hammond got the Terriers within three early in the 3rd finishing off a nice passing play from Anthony Domina to make it 5-2 but another response this time from Klips' F Alex Mack put the game out of reach for good.

Kindersley G John MacPherson won his 2nd straight start making 23 saves on 25 shots, while Ethan Farrow started for the Terriers and allowed 5 goals on 24 shots before being relieved by AP Luke McKechnie, who allowed one goal on 8 shots.

The Terriers' return to action on Saturday night hosting the Weyburn Red Wings, while the Klippers look for their third straight win on Friday at home vs. Nipawin.

Other Wednesday result:


Tuesday 6 February 2024

Knutson's two goals lead Terriers to comeback road win over Battlefords

The Yorkton Terriers earned their 16th win of the season on Tuesday night after a 5-4 decision over the Battlefords North Stars on the road. 

The North Stars struck first in the 1st as 9:33 in, Elijah Anderson tucked home his 1st as a North Star to make it 1-0.

Anthony Domina responded just under 3 minutes later for the Terriers as he deflected home a long-shot off the stick of former North Star Ashtyn Shields to knot it up.

But the North Stars came back once again just 78 seconds later as Kian Bell found the loose puck in the crease and notched his 30th of the campaign to regain the lead at 2-1.

Anthony McIntosh scored a late one for the Terriers though in the late stages to make it a 2-2 game through 20 minutes.

Shots after 1: 20-14 Battlefords.

The two teams exchanged goals in the 2nd as just over half-way through, Carson Olsen finished off a rebound while late in the second Aiden Knutson pounced on a rebound in front for his 13th to make it 3-3 through 40 mins. 

Shots after 2: 30-25 Battlefords. 

Knutson struck again almost half-way through the 3rd as he finished off a nice individual effort for his 2nd of the night to help the Terriers grab their first lead. 

The North Stars tied it up again with a PP goal with 3:45 left as Kian Bell beat Ethan Farrow over the left shoulder for his 31st of the season making it 4-4. 

The game destined for overtime, David Overbeeke had other ideas as re-directed in his 1st SJHL goal with 1:47 left to help the Terriers earn the big two points. 

Ethan Farrow turned aside 41 of 45 shots to earn his 12th victory of the season, while Stars G Matthew McArthur made 34 saves in the loss. 

The Terriers' will go right back at it on Wednesday in Kindersley on GX94, while the North Stars visit the Notre Dame Hounds on Friday night.


The Melville Millionaires late comeback fell just a tad short as they dropped third straight after a 3-2 defeat the the top-ranked Flin Flon Bombers.

Joel Mabin and Payton Kostyshyn scored for the Mils, while Jacob Vockler, Alexi Sylvestre and Carter Anderson replied for the Bombers. 

Harmon Laser-Hume made 24 saves in the Bombers' goal to get the win, while Mils netminder Ethan Rau stopped 25 of 28 shots in the losing cause. 

The Moneymen head on the road this Friday and Saturday for a couple road matchups with the La Ronge Ice Wolves. 

Other Tuesday matchup:


Yorkton's Zawatsky named SJHL Rookie of the Week for 2nd time

For the 2nd time this season, Yorkton Terrier forward Jye Zawatsky has been named Saskatchewan Junior Hockey League Rookie of the Week. 

The 18 year old local product contributed a goal and 4 assists in the Terriers' split with their division-rival Estevan Bruins this past weekend. 

So far this season in 37 games, Zawatsky has 12 goals, 12 assists for 24 points. 

Other weekly award winners: 

Alex Izyk (Battlefords) -  MVP of the Week

Boris Kofman (Humboldt) - Forward of the Week

Felix Allard (Estevan) - Defenceman of the Week

Kenneth Marquart (Flin Flon) & James Venne (Melfort) - Goalie of the Week 

Tylin Hilbig (Kindersley) - Saskatchewan Player of the Week 

Friday 2 February 2024

Farrow's 41 saves backstops Terriers to a road win over Estevan on Friday


The Yorkton Terriers earned their 15th win of the season on Friday night after a 4-2 triumph over the Estevan Bruins at Affinity Place.

The 2nd meeting of the season got off to a fast start as just 1:08 into the 1st, Felix Allard finished off a nice pass from Keagon Little and sniped home his 15th of the season to make it 1-0 Estevan early.

But just 27 seconds later, Aidan Knutson gobbled up a rebound in front and tucked home his 12th to make it 1-1 and that's where we sat through 1 period. 

Shots 13-11 Bruins after 1 period.

In the 2nd, the Terriers grabbed their first lead just 1:20 into the middle frame as after a scramble in front, Anthony McIntosh was in the right place at the right time for his 8th to make it 2-1.

Brett Butz made it a two-goal lead with 8:46 left in the 2nd with 7th of the year before a late powerplay goal from Zachery Burns to cut the Bruins deficit within one after 40 minutes.

Shot total 28-22 Bruins after 40 minutes.

The Terriers added some insurance in the third as newcomer Dustin Renas sniped his 1st SJHL goal to wrap up the scoring.

Terriers netminder Ethan Farrow made 41 saves on 43 shots to earn his 11th victory of the season while Cam Hrdlicka turned aside 27 shots in the loss.

These two teams will meet once again on Saturday at the Westland Arena in Yorkton. 


Boris Kofman and Matthew Van Blaircom each had 1G 1A as the Humboldt Broncos snapped Melville's 2 game win streak with a 5-2 win over the Millionaires on the road.

Ryder Knutson, Connor Thue and Spencer Bell also scored for the Broncos, while Bradley Banach  and Flynn Maxcy replied for the Moneymen.

Benjamin Motew made 19/21 saves to earn the win for Humboldt, while Mils' G Ethan Rau allowed 5 goals on 32 shots in the loss.

The Broncos and Moneymen will meet once again on Saturday night from Humboldt.

Other Friday results:




Millionaires' D Ball named SJHL Defenceman of the Month for January


After a slow start to the season, 20-year-old defenceman Colby Ball of the Melville Millionaires has turned it on in 2024.

During the month, the Sherwood Park, Alberta product Ball scored 7 times and added 7 assists in 10 games played.

 This has helped the Millionaires move up the SJHL standings and into 5th.

Ball has now moved into a tie for 9th in SJHL scoring among defencemen with 11 goals and 18 assists.

He also captured two SJHL Dman of the Week honours in the month. 

(SJHL Release)

Other Monthly winners:

Ben Portner - Battlefords North Stars - SJHL MVP & Forward of the Month 

Matthew McArthur - Battlefords North Stars - SJHL Rookie of the Month 

James Venne - Melfort Mustangs - SJHL Goalie of the Month 

Keagon Little - Estevan Bruins - SJHL Saskatchewan Player of the Month  

Thursday 1 February 2024

2024 MJHL/SJHL Showcase Day 2 Recap




Waywayseecappo Wolverine forward Sean Williams had 2 goals while Virden netminder Eric Reid made 27 stops to lead the MJHL to their first win at the Showcase in a 4-2 win for MJ 20U Black over SJHL 20U Gold.

David Cote (Steinbach) and Nolan Chastko (Virden) also scored for Team MJ Black, while Ilia Chmelevski (Estevan) and Kindersley forward Tylin Hilbig each had 1G 1A to lead SJ Gold.

James Venne of the Melfort Mustangs turned aside 38 of 42 shots in the loss.





Team SJHL earned their 4th win of the showcase on the 2nd game of the day as SJHL 20U White earned a 7-5 victory over MJHL 20U Red.

SJ White got goal from 7 different scorers as Travis Bryson, Carter Anderson, Alexi Sylvestre, Liam McInnis, Anthony Piccininno, Adam McNutt and Yorkton Terrier forward David Coyle all scored.

Canora product and former Yorkton Terrier Clay Sleeva of the Melfort Mustangs earned Player of the Game chipping in with two assists. 

Dalton Andrew (Winkler) and Cody Gudnason (Neepawa) led the MJ 20U Red with 2 goals each, while Winkler's Trent Penner also scored.

Damon Cunningham of Winkler made 26 saves to earn the win, while The Blizzard's Tomas Anderson turned 27 in the losing cause.





Kindersley's Cam Perlinger netted 1G 1A while Aidan Fischer of the Humboldt Broncos made 32 stops to lead SJHL U18 Blue to a 5-2 victory over MJHL U18 White in the finale of the 2024 SJHL/MJHL Showcase.

Melville Millionaire forward Jadon Iyogun, Finley Radloff (Nipawin), Ben Constantino (Humboldt) and Cade Meiklejohn (Weyburn) also scored for the SJHL U18 Blue, while Connor Paronuzzi (Steinbach) and Owen Witt (Portage) replied for Team MJ White.

Winker's Liam Ernst made 31 saves in the defeat. 

The SJHL finished the event with a 5-1 record against the MJHL.