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Saturday Jan. 19, 2019
Tuesday Jan. 15, 2019
The Winnipeg Satelites got back into the win column Tuesday night at the Mosienko Arena with a 6-4 win over the St. Malo Warriors. Eli Caparros and Brett Williams each scored first period goals to give the Satelites a 2-1 lead after 20 minutes of play, with Robert Guimond scoring late in the period to put the Warriors on the board.
In the second period Parker Cassie and Derian Emes scored to give the Satelites a 4-1 lead, then Noah Goertzen tallied for the Warriors to make it a 4-2 game. Miguel Valente closed out the scoring in the second period to give the Satelites a 5-2 lead at the second intermission.
In the third period Nathan Jones added a short handed goal to give the Satelites a 6-2 lead. The Warriors would inch to within two goals of the Satelites with markers from Brennan Schidlowsky and Goertzen with his second of the game.
Kenton Brass got the start and the win for the Satelites stopping 42 of 46 St. Malo Shots. The goaltending tandem of Hunter Neilson and Matt Vandenbergh combined to make 33 saves with Neilson taking the loss for the Warriors.
The Satelites are back on the road on Saturday for a game in Lundar against the Falcons. They then play a home and home series with the Arborg Ice Dawgs on Tuesday Jan. 22 and Friday Jan. 25. Then on Saturday the Satelites play their second game in as many nights with a visit to St. Malo in a return game with the Warriors.
Sunday Jan. 13, 2019
The Winnipeg Satelites were in Selkirk on Sunday to take on the Fishermen and lost 6-3. Travis Spratt scored three times for the Fishermen with Dane Derewianchuk, Reece Tessier and Dawson Courchene adding singles. For the Satelites it was Eli Caparros, Brandon Mills and Kieran Raknerud all contributing singles.
Tuesday Jan. 8, 2019
The Satelites won their first game of the New Year, a 6-5 overtime win over the Selkirk Fishermen. Derian Emes opened the scoring for the Satelites on the power play, then Juliano Garcia tied the game up at 1-1 with the first of his three goals on the night. The Fishermen would go ahead 2-1 on a goal from AP Jordan Donald, the Satelites would then even things up on another power play opportunity on a Braden Zamrykut marker. With less than a minute left in the first period Garcia would notch his second of the game to give the Fishermen a 3-2 after 20 minutes of play.
In the second period the Satelites outscored the Fishermen 2-1 on goals from Miguel Valente and Parker Cassie at held a 4-3 lead at the 40 minute mark.
In the third period Garcia would get his hat trick to even things up at 4-4, then Nico Morrow-Litke would put Selkirk up 5-4 with 8:44 left to play. Derian Emes would add his second of the game to make it 5-5 with just under 5 minutes left to play in the game. The score would stay even until the final buzzer, then in 3 on 3 overtime Eli Caparros would score the game winner with just 16 seconds left to play in the 10 minute overtime session.
Trent Sargent got the start and the win for the Satelites making 32 saves along the way. Call up Brendon Hocaluk earned the Fishermen a point in taking the OT loss, making 32 saves, 6 in the overtime period.
Friday Dec. 21, 2018
The Winnipeg Satelites won their final game of 2018, a 3-1 win over the St. Malo Warriors in St. Malo. The Satelites scored a goal in each period with Mitch Klippenstein opening the scoring in the first on the power play. In the second the Satelites extended their lead to 2-0 with Braden Sargent notching his first goal of the season. In the third the Satelites would make it 3-0 when Eli Caparros capitalized on a Satelites' man advantage. The Warriors finally got on the board just past the midway mark of the final period when a St. Malo shot rebounded off the glass behind the net to the waiting stick of Tyler Cormier who scored to break Kenton Brass's shut out bid. Kenton stopped 40 of 41 shots to pick up the win for the Satelites. Matt Vanderberghe took the the loss for the Warriors making 31 saves in the game.
The Satelites next take to the ice in the New Year on Tuesday Jan. 8 where they will take on the Selkirk Fishermen. Game time is 8:00PM
Tuesday Dec. 18
After an embarrassing 4-1 loss to the St. Malo Warriors on home ice last week the Satelites were looking for redemption versus the Arborg Ice Dawgs Tuesday night at the Mosienko Arena and they got it as they skated away with a 5-1 win.
The Satelites never trailed in the game and opened the scoring at the 14 minute mark of the second period when Braden Zamrykut tipped in a cross-crease pass from Derian Emes. Karson Collins put the Ice Dawgs on the board in the 7th minute of the period to tie the game up at 1-1, then Miguel Valente put the Satelites ahead for good 41 seconds later. The second period ended with the home side up 2-1.
In the third period it was all Satelites as Parker Cassie notched two goals, one on the power play, and Derian Emes scored a short handed goal as he drove to the net from the left side and slipped the puck between the Arborg netminder's pads.
Kenton Brass got the start and the win for the Satelites stopping 26 of 27 shots, earning himself the Satelites' Player of the Game award. Arborg AP Michael Merpaw took the loss for the Ice Dawgs and made 29 saves on the night.
The Winnipeg Satelites are on the road for their final game of the 2018 part of the season as they
travel to St. Malo to take on the Warriors. Game time is 8:00PM.
Saturday Dec. 8
The Winnipeg Satelites rode the bus to victory Saturday night, edging the Lundar Falcons 6-5. The Satelites never trailed in this one opening up a 2-0 lead on goals by Nathan Jones and Nick Doerksen. The Falcons Xavier Halterman scored to put Lundar on the board, and the teams went into the first intermission with the Satelites up 2-1.
In the second period, Lundar's Jesse McDonald score the first of his two goals on the night to tie things up at 2-2, the Satelites jumped in front again when Miguel Valente deflected Rustyn Lodon's point shot to give the visitors a 3-2 lead. With less the 4 minutes to play in the second McDonald notched his second to tie things up at 3-3 after 40 minutes of play.
In the third goals from Mitch Klippenstein and Kevin Budd gave the Satelites a 5-3 lead, but the Falcons chipped away at it with goals from Derek Benson and Braden Paulic. Paulic's goal tied things up with 2.24 left in the game. The hard forechecking of Derian Emes kicked the puck loose to Parker Cassie who one-timed a slapshot past the Lundar netminder's blocker to give the Satelites a 6-5 lead that stood till the final buzzer.
Trent Sargent backstopped the Satelites to victory while Lundar's Christopher Lesage took the loss for the Falcons.
The Satelites next game is on Tuesday night when they will host the St. Malo Warriors. Game time is 8:00PM at the Billy Mosienko Arena.
Tuesday Dec. 4
The Winnipeg Satelites downed the visiting Lundar Falcons Tuesday night at the Billy Mosienko Arena, final score was 4-2. Parker Cassie opened the scoring for the Satelites to give them a 1-0 lead. The Falcons would tie things up a minute later when Eric Miller batted a rebound out of mid air while they enjoyed the man advantage. The Satelites regained their one goal lead when Daytona Moneas snuck in from the point, parked himself in the slot and received a pass from Nathan Jones from behind the goal line to score his first and put the Satelites up by one in the dying seconds of the first period. There was no scoring thru the second period, then in the third, Rustyn Lodon's point blast gave the Satelites another power play goal and a 3-1 lead. Brett Williams would add another for the Satelites to give them a 4-1 lead, until with less than 6 minutes left in the game Shane Dejarlais' point shot got just enough of a deflection to sneak his power play shot just inside the post.
Satelites' netminder Trent Sargent had an outstanding performance in stopping 29 of 31 shots to pick up the win. Chris Lesage made 32 saves in taking the loss for the Falcons.
The two sides do it all over again on Saturday, this time the Falcons are the host. Game time is 8:00pm in the new Lundar Arena.
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Tuesday Nov 27, 2018 Game Photos
The Winnipeg Satelites faced off against the Arborg Ice Dawgs Tuesday night at the Mosienko Arena and fought their way to a tough 4-4 tie through regulation time. In overtime however, they, for the 3rd time in four chances this season failed to skate away with a win. The Satelites opened the games scoring with Eli Caparros' wrist shot finding the 6hole to give the home side a 1-0 lead. The lead held up for 9 minutes until Blaze Bezecki's wrist shot tied the game at 1-1. Josh Roche's unassisted effort would give the Ice Dawgs a brief 1 goal lead, then a couple of minutes later Rustyn Lodon would skate through a few bodies and snap home the tying goal as the period ended in a 2-2 draw.
Roche added a second goal early in the second to put Arborg up by one again. Tom Moneyas would tie the game up at 3-3 as he tapped home a loose puck in the feet of the Ice Dawg goaltender.
In the third the Ice Dawgs again jumped on the Satelites early when Colton Davies deflected the puck into the far side of the Satelites net. The Ice Dawgs held the lead until the dying seconds of the game when the Satelites, with their net empty, capitalized. A point shot from Rusty Lodon produced a rebound that was found by Nathan Jones who pounced on it and flicked it past the Arborg goalie.
In overtime the Satelites out shot the Ice Dawgs 4-1 with Davies scoring on the Ice Dawgs only chance in the first 2:19 minutes of 3 on 3 hockey.
Tuesday Nov. 20
In Tuesday game vs. the St. Malo Warriors the Satelites spotted the Warriors two first period power play goals to put themselves behind the 8Ball early, they gave up another power play marker in the second plus an even strength goal to fall behind 4-0 through 40 minutes of play. In the third the Satelites Eli Caparros broke the St. Malo shutout bid with a power play goal, but two more scores from the Warriors put the game away with St. Malo leading 6-1 at the final buzzer.
Tuesday Nov 13, 2018
The Winnipeg Satelites won a thrilling 3-2 overtime victory over the visiting Lundar Falcons Tuesday night at the Mosienko Arena. Lundar had control of the game from the first period jumping out to a 2-0 lead on goals by Josh Wilkinson and Zach Bone. The Satelites got on the board late in the first period with Nathan Jones scoring with 48 seconds remaining until the first intermission.
In the second a power play goal from Mitch Klippenstein late in the period brought the Satelites even and sent the game into the second intermission tied at 2-2. With a goalless third period the game was sent into overtime. Derian Emes ended it as he drove to the net almost willing the puck over the goal line to give the Satelites the win.
Trent Sargent picked up the win for the Satelites making 31 saves on the night. Chris Lesage stopped 36 shots in taking the loss while earning a point for his team.
The Satelites take to the road on Friday for a 7:30PM start game in Arborg, the bus leaves Mosienko arena at 4:15PM. The Satelites then return home on Tuesday Nov. 20 where they'll take on the St. Malo Warriors. Game time is 8:00PM
Tuesday Nov. 6, 2018 Game Photos
The Winnipeg Satelites played host to the Selkirk Fishermen Tuesday night at the Mosienko Arena and lost 5-1. The Satelites held a 1-0 lead after the first 20 minutes of play with rookie Miguel Valente opening the scoring.
In the second it was all Fishermen as they swarmed freely around the Satelites' net finding loose pucks and getting them past a beleaguered Trent Sargent. Mercifully he was pulled from the game and Kenton Brass came on in relief. That seemed to do the trick in settling his teammates down as they held Selkirk off the board the rest of the game. Prior to that the Fishermen scored 5 straight to take a 5-1 lead after 40 minutes. Scoring for the Fish were Reese Tessier with 2, Dawson Courchene with 2 and Jordan Donald with the single. Selkirk netminder made 22 saves to pick up the win while the tandem of Trent Sargent and Kenton Brass combined to make 28 saves.
The Satelites next take to the ice on Tuesday Nov. 13 vs. the Lundar Falcons.
Game time is 8:00PM
Friday Nov. 2, 2018
The Winnipeg Satelites finally found the win column Friday night as they doubled up the Lundar Falcons 6-3 in a game played in Warren, MB. The Satelites opened the scoring with an unassisted goal midway through the opening period. Nathan Jones would make it 2-0 Satelites while the visitors were on the power play, scoring with just 15 seconds left in the opening period.
In the second the Satelites made it 3-0 as Dixon Moneas notched his first goal at the Jr. level, that goal was quickly followed up when Eli Caparros broke in alone from the blue line and scored to make it 4-0. Lundar then got on the board with two goals in quick succession, Colby Choken's point shot managed to find a hole to make it a 4-1 game, then Zach Bone capitalized on a Falcon power play to notch the first of two goals he would score on the night. Less than a minute later the Satelites were back on the scoreboard on a Braden Zamrykut marker. Miguel Valente scored the Satelites 4th goal of the period and sixth of the game to give him his first Jr. goal. The Falcons scored late in the third, Bone's second, to make the final score 6-3 Satelites
The Satelites return to home ice on Tuesday Nov. 6 where they will face off against the Selkirk Fishermen. Game time is 8:00PM
Sunday Oct. 29, 2018
The Winnipeg Satelites were in Selkirk Sunday night and lost a tough 7-4 decision to the Selkirk Fishermen. While the Satelites never held the lead they never felt out of the game, trailing 3-1 after 20 minutes and 6-4 after the second, it was a goal with 13 seconds left in the second that took the wind out of the Satelites' sails. Scoring for the Satelites on the night were Brett Williams with a two goal effort, Braden Zamrykut and Parker Cassie. For the Fishermen in was Harley Hoydalo, Brandon Paterson, Juliano Garcea with with two, Tanner Chwartaki, Sage Guimond and Dane Darewianchuk.
The Winnipeg Satelites lost another overtime game on Tuesday, a 5-4 loss to the Lundar Falcons. The final goal wasn't pretty as it bounced in off a Lundar player's shin pad and into the net to give the Falcons the 5-4 win, but it counted.
The Satelites jumped out to a 2-0 first period lead on a power play goal from Brett Williams and and even strength goal from Tom Moneyas. In the second Lundar got on the board with an unassisted effort from Josh Eardley. The Satelites regained their two goal lead when Rusty Lodon's point blast found nothing but net. The Falcons would score two more times on goals from Dennon Sichewski and Jesse McDonald to send the game into the first intermission tied at 3-3.
A power play goal by the Satelites' Mitch Klippenstein gave the Satelites a brief 4-3 lead as a minute later Josh Wilkinson had scored to tie things up for Lundar. The final 16 minutes of the period remained goalless and the game went into the 10 minute 3 on 3 overtime tied at 4-4.
With 1:17 left on the clock Lundar got the goal and the OT win.
The Satelites don't play at home again until Nov. 6 when they will play host to the Arborg Ice Dawgs. Game time is 8:00PM
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