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KJHL Playoffs Round 1

Sunday March 1

    The Winnipeg Satelites lost both their games in OCN on the weekend and were eliminated

from further playoff action.

    Game 3 on Saturday was a low scoring affair as OCN edged the Satelites 2-1 in the second

overtime period. Sean Murray scored with 4:11 left in the first period to give the Satelites a

1-0 lead. That goal held up until the 4:05 mark of the third period when Brandon Sinclair-

Martin scored for OCN to tie the game up 1-1 and sent the game into extra time. There was

no scoring in the first 10 minute overtime session. It was at the 8:38 mark of the second

overtime period when Sinclair-Martin would net the game winner and give the Storm a 2-1

game lead in the series.

    Game 4 on Sunday saw a lot more scoring than the previous night, although the Satelites

again held a 1-0 lead after 20 minutes of play with Dylan Wittinger opening the scoring. The

second period saw a 3 goal outburst by the Storm as the went into the second period intermission

with a 3-1 lead. Scoring for the Storm were Tanner Koroscil, Mitch Tilley and Max Shoo.

The Satelites mounted a comeback in the third period scoring 3 times in the first 4 minutes to

go up 4-3. Kyle Collins got the ball rolling scoring on a breakaway, then Darrel Kilburn and

Bryan MacKenzie capitalized while the Satelites held the man advantage. The Storm would then

come back, scoring 3 of their own, Tinoshi Mizushima would score on a breakaway to tie the game

up at 4-4 then Brandon Sinclair-Martin scored to put the Storm back in front. Tanner Koroscil

would then add a power play marker to put OCN up by two. The Satelites closed the gap to one

when Scott Douglas' point shot would find the back of the net. With the Satelites pressing for

and equalizer and their net empty Koroscil would score into the empty net to pick up his third

of the game and put an end to the Satelites season.




  Playoff Weekend Update:

    The weekend started with one game Saturday night with the Selkirk Fishermen in Lundar

to take on the Falcons. The Fishermen edged the Falcons 2-1 to take a 2-1 lead in their series.

Karl Fey and Griffin Steeves scored first period goals for Selkirk to stake them to a 2-0 lead.

In the second Tavish Quinn would score the lone goal for Lundar.

    On Saturday night their were two other playoff series. In St. Malo the Arborg Ice Dawgs would

take a 5-4 decision to take a 2-1 lead in their best of 5 playoff series. The Ice Dawgs lead 2-1 after

20 minutes with Cory Kuldys and Trent Kroeker scoring for Arborg. Jeff Froese replied for the

Warriors. The two teams traded goals in the second with Ryan Ophey score for the Warriors to

even the score at 2-2, then Deric Gulay would reply for the Ice Dawgs to restore their one goal

lead. The Ice Dawgs would score two in the third to go up 5-2 on goals by Jayde Barkman and

Cal Finnson. The Warriors would try to rally back by scoring two power play goals off the sticks

of Bryden Johnson and Brett Keith but could not net the next one to tie the score.

    In the Peguis Junior/Norway House Northstar series in game 3 in Norway House dodged elimination

by scoring a 5-4 victory over the Juniors. Kenley Monias would score two first period goals to put

the Northstars out front 2-0, but before the period was out Tyrell Armstrong would score to put the

Juniors on the board. The two sides would trade goals in the second period Tyler McKay scoring to

tie the game at 3, then Gregory Paupanekis would score for the Northstars to restore their one goal

advantage. In the third period Peguis would score twice to take a 4-3 lead. Devon Garson would score

to tie the game up then Waylon Neault added a short handed goal to give the Juniors their only lead

in the game. Sam McKay Jr. would score the next two for the Northstars, the game winner coming

in the last minute of the period. 

    In the Selkirk/Lundar series the Fishermen scored a 5-3 win to claim their series 3-1. The score

was 2-1 after the first with Corbin Pasternak and Cale McBride scoring for Selkirk and Storm Swan

replying for Lundar. In the second Trent Laycock would score for the Falcons to tie the game up

at 2-2, but the Fishermen answered back with two of their own, the first by Drayton Mendrun and

the second by Karl Fey to give the Fish a 4-2 lead going into the third period. In the final period,

Anthony Mikula would would bring the Falcons within one goal of the lead but Cory Balcaen would

ice the win with an empty netter with 21 seconds to go.

    On Sunday in Norway House the Juniors and Northstars game only saw 3 goals. After a scoreless

first period Jesse Flett scored early in the second to give Peguis a 1-0 lead. The score would stay

that way until 15:01 of the third when Kenley Monias would put the Northstars on the board and

tie the game up. Jesse Flett would score his second of the game with just over 3 minutes left to play

to give Peguis the win and clinch the series 3-1. In St. Malo the game was also decided by a 2-1

score. Blaise Nordine would score the only goal of the first period as the Warriors lead the Arborg

Ice Dawgs 1-0 after the first. In the second Tristan Eastman would give the Warriors a 2-0 lead, a

goal that would prove to be the game winner. Travis Kilbrei would score the Ice Dawgs only goal

of the game later in the second. There was no scoring in the third period. The series is now tied up

2-2 and returns to Arborg on Saturday March 7 for a deciding game 5.






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