Winnipeg Satelites Hockey Donation Fundraiser: Results
Tuesday Jan. 20
Winnipeg Satelites faced off against the Peguis Juniors Tuesday night at the
Arena and skated away
with a 9-4 victory. The Satelites opened the scoring early in the first
Kyle Collins netting his first of the game. Vinny Carriere followed that up with
a goal of
to give the Satelites a 2-0 lead before the Juniors got on the board. Tyrell
his first of the game midway through the first to close the gap to 2-1, but
was out, Kyle Grand snapped home a low wrist shot to give the Satelites a 3-1
the first intermission.
In the second Peguis would score twice to come back and tie the game at 3-3. #18
score to make it a 3-2 game, then Armstrong would net his second to tie things
The Satelites answered back with three more of their own before the period ended
a 6-2 lead
into the second period intermission. Scoring for the Satelites where Grand with
second of the
game, Dylan Wittinger and Scott Douglas.
In the third the Satelites would extend their lead to 9-3 on goals by
Mathew Carrey, Collins
his second, then Carrey again with his second of the game. Presley Kirkness
goal for Peguis with less than a minute remaining to make the final 9-4
Sunday Jan. 18
Winnipeg Satelites defeated the Fisher River Hawks 8-1 Sunday afternoon in
two sides played through a scoreless first period, then in the second the
Satelites would score
both off the stick of Christian Vallance, and take a 2-0 lead into the second
Satelites put the game away in the final period with Jason Campbell and Kyle
twice, with singles coming from Mathew Carrey and Derek Ramage. Keaton Klassen's
for his first
shutout ended after Carrey made it 5-0 when a screen shot to his blocker side
Jordan Sutherland, who was standing in front of the net, and then caromed into
the back of the net.
ended up making 21 saves to record his 7th win of the season vs. 1 loss. Jarrett
start in the Hawks net, stopping 43 shots on the night, 20 of which came in the
Satelites next take to the ice on Tuesday Jan. 20 when they play host to the
time is 8:00PM.
Saturday Jan. 17
Winnipeg Satelites were back in the win column Saturday night as the edged the
Satelites scored twice in the first period on goals by Darrel Kilburn and Vinny
2-0 lead into the first intermission. The Satelites went ahead 3-0 when
the lone goal of the second period. In the third, the Storm scored two goals to
get to within
goal of the lead but the Satelites held them of the board and held on to the one
goal lead at the
buzzer. Brody Personius scored the two goals for OCN to make the game
interesting till the end.
Marc Hildebrand got the start and the win for the Satelites, making 26 saves.
Luke Penner took the
for the Storm, stopping 36 of 39 shots.
Elsewhere on Saturday the Selkirk Fishermen travelled north to Norway House
where the edged the
5-4. The game needed overtime and a shoot out with the Fishermen outscoring the
shoot out 2-1. The Fishermen held period lead of 2-1 and 3-2 with Norway House
tying the game up
10 seconds left on the clock.
Scoring for the Fishermen were Cale McBride, Corbin Pasternak, Cory Balcaen and
Karl Fey. For the
in was Mitch Muskego, Kenley Monias, Gregory Paupanekis and Glen Paupanekis
of the net.
Around the League:
Wednesday Jan. 21
were two games on the KJHL docket Wednesday. The Selkirk Fishermen were in
to play the Ice Dawgs
and won 5-1 moving them into first place in the KJHL standings a point
ahead of the Winnipeg
Satelites. Jeremy Pachkowsky scored twice to pace the Fishermen, the first
came while the Fishermen
were short handed, the next an unassisted effort that proved to be the
game winner. Also
scoring for Selkirk were Scott Thomas, Drayton Mendrun and Griffin Steeves.
Chupka scored the only goal for the Ice Dawgs midway through the second period.
Jordan Liske made 37
saves to backstop the Fishermen to the win, his counterpart for the Ice
Dawgs, Jon Narverud, was
34 of 39 in the save department in taking the loss.
Lundar Falcons paid a visit to the Fisher River Hawks and skated away with a 4-1
The Falcons received
scoring from Landen Gray, Storm Swan, Nico Lisi and Breyden Turner as the
visitors out shot the
home team 52-24. Andrew Smith picked up the 'W' in net for the Falcons while
a busier Jarrett Hogue
suffered the loss for the Hawks.
Sunday Jan. 18
the Satelites game, there were two other games played in the KJHL Sunday
The Selkirk Fishermen
ended up sweeping the Norway House Northstars with a 3-1 win Sunday
afternoon after downing
the Northstars 5-4 in a shoot out Saturday night. Griffin Steeves, Karl
Fey and Michael Smiley
scored for the Fishermen as they used the win to move into first overall
in the KJHL standings.
Austin Ross scored the lone Northstars goal, tying the game in one in the
second period. Bretton
Fewchuk picked up the 'W' working the Selkirk nets, stopping 27 of 28
shots. Sean Bradburn
took the loss for the Northstars, making 36 saves in the game.
Elsewhere the St. Malo Warriors downed the OCN Storm 8-1 in St. Malo Sunday
details to report yet.
Saturday Jan. 10
were two games played on Saturday in the KJHL. In Arborg the Ice Dawgs came from
to take the Norway House
Northstars 5-3. The Dawgs Cal Finnson and the Northstars Austin Ross
traded goals in the
first period, sending the game tied 1-1 into the first intermission. In the
the Northstars jumped in
front 3-1 on goals by Garrison Garrioch and Kenley Monias, but by the time
the period had ended the
Ice Dawgs surged to the front on goals by Ryan Pochailo, Jayde Barkman and
Cory Kuldys to take a
4-3 lead to the third period. In the final frame the score remained the same
the final second when
Talon Kelly squeaked on in before the final buzzer.
Saturday, the St. Malo Warriors were entertaining the OCN Storm with the Storm
leaving with a
3-2 win. The first
period ended in a 1-1 tie on goals by the Storm's Mitch Tilley and the Warriors
Eastman. The Warriors
would take a 2-1 to the second intermission as Bryden Johnson would score the
only goal of the middle
frame. In the third period Drake Lathlin's power play goal would even the score,
Tilley's second of the
game in the games final minute would claim the win for the Storm.