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Winnipeg Satelites 50/50 Hockey Donation Fundraiser RESULTS

UPCOMING GAMES:

Tuesday Jan. 24, 8:00PM

Satelites vs.

Lundar Falcons

@ Mosienko Arena

 

 

    Friday Jan. 20/2017

     The Winnipeg Satelites won for the first time in 3 starts Friday night in Arborg as they downed the Ice Dawgs 7-6. The Ice Dawgs opened the scoring on a goal from Braydon Chwartacki six and a half minutes from the opening faceoff. Colton Davies then gave the Ice Dawgs a 2-0 lead 3 minutes later. Elijah Caparros put the Satelites on the board a minute later with his first of the season. The Satelites then tied the game up at 2-2 when Sam Batt won a race for the puck and with a partial breakaway scored on the Arborg netminder. The Ice Dawgs then regained their lead with a minute and change left in the first when Clint Torfason scored to close out the first period scoring and giving Arborg a 3-2 lead after 20 minutes of play.

     In the second Jordan Kristjanson gave the Ice Dawgs a 4-2 lead at the 15:32 mark, but the Satelites answered back with a goal of their on when Glen Paupanekis struck for his first goal of the season. Arborg regained their two goal lead a few minutes later when Torfason collected his second goal of the game. The Satelites then scored 3 times in a row to put themselves in the lead. Paupanekis netted his second of the game, Howard Grieves scored a power play goal to tie the game 5-5, then Nico Lisi scored to put the Satelites in front 6-5 at the end of 40 minutes of play.

     In the third and final period the Ice Dawgs came back to tie the game at 6-6 when Kristjanson scored his second of the game with just over 5 minutes gone in the period. Five minutes later the Satelites regained the lead on Lisi's second of the game. The Satelites held the Dawgs at bay for the final 10 minutes of the game even with having to kill off the final 49 seconds of the game with Arborg on the power play.

    Wyatt Emes picked up the win tending the nets for the Satelites stopping 39 of 45 shots while Nathan Friesen stopped 38 of 45 in taking the loss for Arborg.

     Nico Lisi paced the Satelites attack with 2 goals and 3 assists, while line mate Glen Paupanekis had a three point night with 2 goals and a helper.

The Satelites next take to the ice on Tuesday Jan. 24 where they will face off against division rival Lundar Falcons. Game time is 8:00PM

 

Jan. 14/15

     The Satelites were on the road this past weekend with stops in OCN and Peguis. Saturday in OCN the Satelites were leading late the game  before the Storm ralleyed back with 3 late third period goals to make the final 10-8 for OCN. Blaze Bezecki scored his first two goals of the season and Jesse McIntosh added 2 of his own. Singles came off the sticks of Nathan Jones, Braden Zamrykut, Colin Yarchuk, who had a 4 point night, and Howard Grieves.

    Sunday in Peguis the Satelites always seemed one step behind the Juniors as they could catch them but never had enough to take the lead. The Satelites trailed 4-1 at one time during the second but ralleyed back to tie the game up at 4-4, and were trailing 8-5 late in the third before coming back to make it an 8-7 final. Nico Lisi had a 4 point night on 2 goals and 2 assists, Braden Zamrykut chipped in with 2 goals, and Nathan Jones, Howard Grieves and Jesse McIntosh all contributed singles.

    

   

       

    

 

 

 

 

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