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2014 Keystone Cup

    At day two of the Keystone Cup the Selkirk Fishermen and the Saskatoon Quakers

lead things off with the Quakers prevailing 3-0 over the Fishermen. Kent Walchuk and

Scott Kary each picked up a goal and an assist to lead the Quakers while Jordan Henri

added a single. Players of the game were Walchuk for the Quakers and Kyle Pache for

the Fishermen. Hunter Jackson earned the shut out victory for the Quakers stopping all

31 shots he faced, while his Fishermen counterpart Bretton Fewchuk was 30 for 33 in 

saves in a losing effort.

    In the other morning game the Abbotsford Pilots defeated the Thunder Bay Northern

Hawks 5-1. In the early afternoon game the Beaver Valley Nitehawks downed are at the 

Blackfalds Wranglers by a 5-1 score and in the evening game the Thunder Bay Northern

Hawks edged the Saskatoon Quakers 4-3.

    The Selkirk Fishermen finally found their offense scoring 5 goals against the Abbotsford

Pilots in the night cap played Friday night at the Keystone Cup, unfortunately the Pilots 

managed to score 7 as they defeated the Manitoba champion 7-5. The win movers the Pilots

into a first place tie with the Beaver Valley Nitehawks while the Fishermen remain winless

and in last place in the Keystone Cup standings.

Tuesday March 25

    The Winnipeg Satelites were eliminated from further playoff action Tuesday

night when the Selkirk Fishermen's Cale McBride scored with 3:25 minutes gone in 

the second overtime session to give the Fishermen a 4-3 victory, claiming the series

4 games to 2. The Satelites took the early lead scoring 3 minutes after the opening

faceoff with Keilan Mott doing the scoring. The Fish drew even when Trevor Paradoski

scored 3 minutes later, but the Satelites quickly answered back when Sean Murray

gave the Satelites a 2-1 lead going into the first intermission.

    The Satelites took a 3-1 lead midway through the second period when Zach Chioua

scored on a Satelite power play, but the Fishermen scored a goal late in the period

to make it 3-2 off the stick of  Jeremy Pachkowsky. 

    The Fishermen tied the game up at 3-3 early in the third when Tanner MacVicar

banged home a loose puck from in front of the Satelites net. Neither side could

find the go ahead goal in the remaining 16 minutes of regulation, sending the

game into overtime.

    The Fishermen will now wait for the winner of the North Division final series

as that series in now tied at 3-3 with the Arborg Ice Dawgs winning Tuesday

night in Arborg, also by a 4-3 overtime score.

Saturday March 22

    The Winnipeg Satelites lost game 5 of their best of 7 series 3-1 to the Selkirk

Fishermen Saturday night in Selkirk. The two teams played through a scoreless

first period with the Fishermen outshooting the Satelites 13-3. Selkirk got on the

board first when Fishermen call up Kale Ilchena scored 5 minutes into the second

period. Penalty trouble then plagued the Satelites for the final 6 minutes of the period

as they played 2 men short for most of it, this allowed the Selkirk power play to capitalize

twice. The first and eventual game winner was scored by Tanner MacVicar and the 

next was a screened shot from defensemen Scott Thomas. The Satelites finally got

on the scoreboard in the last two minutes of play with Kyle Collins scoring on a

Satelites power play.

     The Fishermen now lead the series 3-2 with game 6 coming back to Billy Mosienko

Arena on Tuesday March 25. Game time is 8:00PM

Tuesday March 18

    The Winnipeg Satelites doubled up the Selkirk Fishermen 4-2 to draw even in 

their South Division Final series. Selkirk got on the board first when Jeremy

Pachkowsky scored on a breakaway two and a half minutes into the opening

period. Before the period was out though the Satelites evened things up when Cam 

Perdonic notched his first of the playoffs. The first period ended in a 1-1 tie.

In the second Kyle Grand scored to give the Satelites their first lead in the game, but

before the period was out Jesse Reid-White scored to even things out again.  In the

third period and despite being outshot 12-7 the Satelites outscored the Fishermen

2-0. Devon Manness scored to give the Satelites a lead they wouldn't relinquish and

Zach Chioua iced the win with a power play goal with 9 minutes left to play.

Marc Hildebrand got the start and the win in the Satelites' nets, making 27 saves in

doing so. Jordan Liske made 28 stops in taking the loss.

    The two teams will meet again in game 5 Saturday March 22 at 7:30PM at the 

Selkirk Rec. Complex. 

Sunday March 16

    The Selkirk Fishermen took a 2-1 series lead  with a 2-0 shut out victory over the

Winnipeg Satelites Sunday afternoon in Selkirk. The Satelites had no answer to the

tight checking of Fishermen, managing only 19 shots on net, nine of which came in

the final period. The Fishermen took a 1-0 lead early in the first when Jon Starodub's

shot found the back of the Satelites' net. The score stayed that way until the Fishermen

connected on a power play with 6:34 left in the second period and they held the 

visitors off the score sheet the rest of the way. Bretton Fewchuk in his second start of the

series earned the shutout win in making 19 saves. Satelites goaltender Marc 

Hildebrand kept this game as close as it was with 34 saves on the day.

    Game 4 heads back to the Billy Mosienko Arena on Tuesday March 18. Game time

 is 8:00PM.

Thursday March 13

    The Winnipeg Satelites evened up their Division Final series with the Selkirk 

Fishermen, handing them a 4-3 loss Thursday night at the Mosienko Arena. The

Satelites were first on the board in this one with Jason Campbell opening the scoring

4 minutes into the opening frame. Sean Murray then put the Satelites up 2-0 when

he capitalized on a Satelite power play opportunity. Before the period was out the Fish

closed the gap to one when Selkirk 'AP' Drayton Mandrun scored his first goal in the

KJHL. In the second period Jeremy Pachkowsky scored a short handed goal to even

things up, but the Satelites Kyle Collins picked the top corner on the Fishermen's

goaltender to put the home team up by a goal once again. The Satelites' lead was short-

lived however as Alfred Anderson found the back of the net with the Fishermen enjoying

a man advantage. The Satelites scored the game winner and only goal of the third period

with Jason Campbell notching his second of the game.

    Satelites' 'tender Marc Hildebrand got the start between the pipes tonight, making 

32 saves to secure the win and even the series up. For Selkirk Jordan Liske again got the 

start for the Fish, stopping 29 shots in taking the loss.

    The two teams meet again in Game 3 Sunday afternoon in Selkirk. Game time is 

2:30PM at the Selkirk Rec. Complex.

Tuesday March 11

    The KJHL South Division finals got underway on Tuesday between the Winnipeg

Satelites and the Selkirk Fishermen with the Fishermen prevailing, posting a 4-3

come from behind win. The Fish scored first when a sharp angled shot from Jeremy

Pachkowsky snuck by the Satelites goaltender. The Satelites would come back to

tie the game up at one as Sean Murray scored to capitalize on a power play. Murray

scored again 3 minutes later as the Satelites took a 2-1 lead to the dressing room

at the first intermission. The Satelites scored the lone goal in the second period

when Mathew Carrey redirected a cross ice pass behind the Selkirk netminder to

give the visitors a 3-1 lead going into the third period. Karl Fey scored early in the

third period, picking up a rebound that clanged off the iron to draw the Fish to

within one of the lead. The Fishermen's Jesse Reid-White took advantage of a Selkirk

power play opportunity to tie the game at 3-3. Devon Lobb scored the game winner

when his high wrist shot caught Satelite netminder Cory Hyndman off balance and

as he fell back into the net the puck went with him give the Fishermen the go ahead goal.

Cory made 40 saves on the night in taking the loss for the Satelites while Jordan Liske

was called upon to make 21 saves to post the win.

    The two teams meet again for game 2 this coming Thursday, March 13 at 8:00PM 

at the Mosienko Arena.

 

 

 

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Thursday March 27

    The Arborg Ice Dawgs will represent the North Division in the KJHL Championship after defeating the 

defending champion Peguis Junior 3-0 in game 7 of the North Division Finals. The two sides played

through a scoreless first period, then at the 14:22 mark of the second period Craig Sigvaldson found the

mark to give the Ice Dawgs a 1-0 lead. Cory Kuldys added a power play goal with 5 and a half minutes

left and the Ice Dawgs took a 2-0 lead into the second intermission. The third period remained at 2-0

until the final minutes of play when Brock McMahon scored to secure the win and claim the series win

to advance to the KJHL Championship Final. 

    The Ice Dawgs will play the Selkirk Fishermen in a best of 7 game series to see who will represent 

Manitoba at the Western Canada Junior B Hockey Championship, the Keystone Cup that will be played

in Abbottsford B.C. and hosted by the Abbottsford Pilots.

Tuesday March 25

    The Arborg Ice Dawgs remain in the hunt in their North Division final series by defeating the Peguis

Junior 4-3 in overtime in game 6 of their 7 game series. The series will be decided in game 7 on

Thursday March 27th in Fisher River.

Saturday March 22

    The Peguis Juniors won game 5 of their North Division final series with an 8-1 defeat of the Arborg Ice

Dawgs in Fisher River Saturday night. The Juniors lead 2-0 after one and 4-1 after 40 minutes of play.

The Juniors were lead by Tyler McKay's three goal effort and a 6 point night form Jordan Anderson (2-4).

Presley Kirkness, Christian Cochrane and Devon Garson scored singles. For the Ice Dawgs, Brady Collins

was the only Arborg player to score. Ryan Delorme got the start for the Juniors, stopping 18 of 19 shots

through 50 minutes of work. Keifer Tacan came on in 10 minutes relief, stopping all 5 shots he faced.

Friday March 21

    The Arborg Ice Dawgs drew even in their North Division Final series with the Peguis Juniors Friday night

in Arborg with an 6-5 overtime victory. The game was tied after 20 minutes of play with the Ice Dawgs Cory

Kuldys opening the scoring and Darryl Flett then replying for Peguis. In the second the Ice Dawgs outscored

the Juniors 3-1 to take a 4-2 lead into the third period. Scoring for Arborg in the second frame were  Brock

McMahon, Kalon Jonasson and Spencer Kelbrei with Shaquille Houle replying for the Juniors. In the final

frame it was Peguis who outscored the Ice Dawgs, coming back to tie the game up and send it into overtime.

Theoren Spence and Tyler McKay scored to bring the visitors even at 4-4, but then Kilbrei notched his second 

of the game to put the Ice Dawgs back in front. Then with less then two minutes left in regulation time, Cole 

Murdoch would score to tie the game up at 5-5 and send the game into extra time. 

Rylan Veitch would score the game winner for Arborg and tie their series up at 2-2. 

    The series returns to Fisher River Saturday night, March 22 for game 5.

Monday March 17

    The Peguis Juniors and the Arborg Ice Dawgs played game 3 of their best of 7 North Division final Monday

night in Fisher River with the Juniors prevailing with a 7-4 win. This game started out much like the previous

with each side scoring 4 time as the first period ended in a 4-4 tie. Devon Garson opened the scoring for the

Juniors, then the Ice Dawgs took over to score three of their own off the sticks of Brett Barkman, Kalon 

Jonasson and Brendon Barron. Waylon Neault scored on a Peguis power play to bring the home team to

within a goal of the visitors but Cory Kuldys scored to put the Ice Dawgs up by two with 5 minutes left in the

first period.  Darryl Flett then scored to close the gap to 4-3, then Garson tied the game up at 4-4, scoring his

second of the game on a Peguis power play.

    The Juniors did the only scoring in the second and third periods with Tyler McKay and Tyler Woodhouse 

giving Peguis a 6-4 lead through 40 minutes of play, and Shaquille Houle scoring the lone goal in the final

period to ice the victory for the Juniors.

    Ryan Delorme made 40 saves to earn the victory for the Juniors while Jon Narverud was between the pipes

for the Ice Dawgs making 37 saves in a losing cause.

    Game 4 in this series goes Friday night in Arborg. Game time is 8:20PM.

Saturday March 15

    The Arborg Ice Dawgs and the Peguis Juniors met in game two of their best of seven North Division final

series Saturday night with the Juniors drawing even in the series after posting an 8-7 overtime win over

the hometown Ice Dawgs. Jordan Anderson scored the game winner 5 minutes into the second overtime

session to give the Juniors the win. The two sides played to a 5-5 tie through the first twenty minutes and

were again tied at the end of 40 minutes as each side scored twice in the second. The third period was 

scoreless as was the first overtime period. Also scoring for the Juniors were Presley Kirkness with 2 goals

with single coming from Tyler McKay, Darryl Flett, Tyler Woodhouse, Cole Murdoch and Tyson Anderson.

The Arborg offense was lead by Cory Kuldys with 3 goals, Brett Barkman with 2 and singles coming from

Rylan Veitch and Spencer Kilbrei.

    Ryan Delorme made the start for the Juniors, making 39 saves to pick up the win. Jon Narverud got the

start for the Ice Dawgs, stopping 60 of 68 shots in taking the loss.

    The two teams play game three of their series Monday night in Fisher River. 

Wednesday March 12

    The KJHL North Division Final series got underway Wednesday night  in Fisher River with the Arborg Ice 

Dawgs skating away with a 6-4 decision over last season's defending champion Peguis Juniors. Spencer

Kilbrei scored twice and added 2 assists for the Ice Dawgs and Brett Barkman also picked up 4 points for

the Ice Dawgs on a goal and 3 helpers. The Ice Dawgs also got singles from Craig Sigvaldson (1-2), Brady 

Laycock and Cory Kuldys (1-1) with the game winner. Peguis, who trailed 5-1 and 6-1 through 2 periods

scored 3 times in the third to make a game of it. Scoring for the Juniors were Jordan Anderson with 2 and

Brennan Cochrane and Waylon Neault with singles. Game 2 goes Saturday March 15 in Arborg. 

Game time is 7:30PM.

    

   

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