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Saturday Feb. 10, 7:30PM
Tuesday Feb. 13, 8:00PM
@ Mosienko Arena
Sunday Feb. 18, 5:00PM
Tuesday Feb. 13 Game Photos
The Satelites took on the Lundar Falcons Tuesday night at the Billy Mosienko Arena and fell to the Falcons by a 5-4 score. The Falcons jumped out to an 3-0 first period lead off the sticks of Landon Gray, Drake Zimmerman short handed, and Gray again this time on the power play. In the second period the Satelites battled back to tie the game up at 3-3. Payton Boguski put the Sats on the board with a power play marker, then even strength goals from Conner Grunsten and Braden Zamrykut brought the home team even at the second period intermission. In the third period a power play goal from Kyle Pache gave the Satelites a 4-3 lead. It was a pair of power play goals from Derek Benson late in the third that gave the Falcons the win.
Saturday Feb. 10
The Satelites were in Selkirk on Saturday for a game with the Fishermen and ended up on the wrong end of a 5-2 score. The Satelites held a 1-0 lead at the end of 20 minutes with Braden Zamrykut scoring a short handed goal. In the second, the Fishermen scored 3 unanswered goals of the sticks of Drayton Mendrun, Dylan Painchaud-Niemi on a power play and Griffin Steeves. The Satelites got one back with less than a minute to go, another Zamrykut short handed effort, only to see Milan Horanski add another Fish goal to make the score 4-2 at the end of 40 minutes. Jeremy Thomas scored the final goal of the game for the Fishermen with 2 minutes left in the game.
Tuesday Feb. 6 Game Photos
The Winnipeg Satelites rebounded from their Saturday loss to OCN and scored an 8-4 win over the St. Malo Warriors. The Satelites scored the only goals in the opening 20 minutes. Payton Boguski scored first, by driving to the net and lifting a rebound over a prone St. Malo goaltender. Eli Caparros then scored to give the Satelites a 2-0 lead, capitalizing on a power play opportunity. The Satelites quickly made it 3-0 early in the second on a goal by Nathan Jones. The Warriors would get on the board when Tyrel Bueckert capitalized on a St. Malo power play. The Warriors would draw to within a goal of the Satelites on a Nick Lund goal, only to see the Satelites score 2 consecutive power play markers off the sticks of Conner Grunsten and Kyle Pache. The Warriors weren't done yet as they would add a power play goal of their own from Dustin Wiebe. The second period with the Satelites in front 5-3. In the third period the Warriors would creep closer to the Satelites' lead when Tyler Cormier scored on another St. Malo power play. The Satelites would shut down the Warriors offence the rest of the way and added three more goals of their own of the sticks of Mitch Klippenstein, Braden Zamrykut and Klippenstein again to make the final 8-4.
Trent Sargent got the start and the win for the Satelites making 31 saves on the night. David Allaire started the game for St. Malo and made 38 saves before leaving the game with 1:11 left due to a lower body injury. Brady Klassen came in to mop up and faced no shots in the final 71 seconds.
Saturday Feb. 3
The Winnipeg Satelites played host to the OCN Storm Saturday night and fell 4-2 to the North Division leaders. The game was close for two period, the first period ended in a 0-0 tie, and the second ended with the score tied at 2-2. Devon Tobacco opened the scoring for the Storm after finding a loose puck by the side of the net and lifting into an open cage. The Satelites would tie the game up minutes later when Braden Zamrykut took advantage of miscommunication between the OCN defense and goaltender to steel the puck and wrist it into a wide open net. A minute later OCN would capitalize on the power play with Brody Personius scoring to give the Storm a 2-1 lead. The Satelites would then tie the game up at 2-2 when Zamrykut notched his second short handed goal of the game.
In the third period the game remained tied at 2-2 until 6:31 when a lackadaisical Satelites power play surrender a short handed goal to the Storm's Ethan Stuckless, and again 2 minutes later another shorty to Tobacco to make the final 4-2 Storm.
The Winnipeg Satelites played host to the Lundar Falcons Tuesday night and skated away with a 3-2 win. The win moved the Satelites out of the South division basement for the first time all season. The Falcons' Landon Gray scored late in the first to give Lundar a 1-0 lead at the first intermission. In the second the Satelites hit the board twice, Sabastian Wylie opened the scoring for the Satelites to tie the game, then Braden Zamrykut scored to give the Satelites a 2-1 after 40 minutes of play. In the third Lundar tied the game up at 2-2 with 14 minutes to play, but it was #14 Conner Grunsten who would score 4 minutes later to give the Satelites a 3-2 lead they would never relinquish.
Trent Sargent stopped 20 of 22 shots to pick up the Satelites 14th win of the season and bring the Satelites record to 14-14 & 1, the first time the team was at .500 all season.
Chris Lesage made 22 saves in the Lundar net in a losing cause.
The Satelites next game is this Saturday when they will play host to the North division leading OCN Storm. Game time is 8:00PM
Saturday Jan. 27
The Winnipeg Satelites made the quick trip north to Selkirk for a game with the Fishermen and came home with a well fought 2-1 victory. The two sided played to a scoreless tie through the first 20 minutes of play, then in the second the Satelites capitalized twice. Eli Caparros scored first, lifting a nice two on one cross ice pass from Conner Grunsten over the arm of the Selkirk 'tender. The Braden Zamrykut banged one home from the back door to give the Satelites a 2-0 lead after 40 minutes of play. The Fishermen got on the board early in the third on a goal by Talon Kelly but that was all the scoring they could muster. They thought they had one with 1.8 seconds left to tie the game but the Referee ruled it was kicked in by a Selkirk player so it was disallowed. With the ensuing faceoff outside the zone the Satelites started celebrating their 13th win of the season and 4th in as many games.
Trent Sargent got the call to start the game in net for the Satelites and made 24 save enroute to the win. Austin Deboer stopped 25 of 27 in taking the loss for the Fishermen.
The Satelites next take to the ice on Tuesday Jan. 30 where they will play host to the Lundar Falcons. Game time at the Billy Mosienko Arena is 8:00PM.
Sunday Jan. 21
The Winnipeg Satelites were in Cross Lake for an afternoon encounter with the Islanders and left for home with their 4th point of the weekend and 6th of the week after scoring a 6-4 win vs. Cross Lake. The Islanders scored first with Rosaire McKay connecting on a power play opportunity. Rustyn Lodon would tie the game up at 1-1 as the Satelites capitalized on a man advantage of their own.
In the second period the Islanders again went out in front with Vince Scott scoring the go ahead goal. Nicholas Doerksen, playing center for one of the few times this season, would score an unassisted marker for the Satelites to tie the game at 2-2, then Lodon, on another Satelites power play scored his second of the game to put the Sats up 3-2 after 40 minutes of play.
In the third a short handed goal from Conner Grunsten gave the Satelites a brief 2 goal lead only to see Cross Lake tie the game up at 4-4 within 33 seconds on goals from Derian Garrioch and McKay with his second of the game. The Satelites would then put the game away with 2 unanswered goals. Lodon scored his third of the game to pick up the hat trick and Grunsten notched his second to make the final 6-4 Satelites.
Trent Sargent made 67 saves in backstopping the Satelites to the win while his counterpart in the Islanders net Tory Monias blocked 61 of 67 in taking the loss.
Saturday Jan. 20
The Satelites made their annual pilgrimage to the north this weekend with stops in Norway House and Cross Lake. In Norway House on Saturday the Satelites jumped out of the gate early scoring 6 unanswered goals to take a 6-0 lead at the first period break. Sabastian Wylie notched his first ever Jr. goal, followed by Brett Williams, Conner Grunsten, Braden Zamrykut (PP), Wylie again followed by Grunsten's second. In the second period Norway House got going and outscored the Satelites 3-1. Ronald Robertson scored the Northstars first goal of the game at 8:51 of the second period. Braden Sargent answered back for the Satelites to make the score 7-1 but Hunter York and Glen Paupanekis scored for the Northstars to make the score 7-3 at the end of 40 minutes of play. In the third period the Northstars Quinton Courteoreille made in 7-4, then the Satelites' Wylie pick up his third of the season and of the game to collect the hat trick. Then Paupanekis, a former Satelites player, scored a shorthanded goal and second of the game, to make the final Satelites 8, Norway House 5.
Kenton Brass got the start and the win for the Satelites stopping 34 of 39 shots. Jarred Gore took the loss for the Northstars stopping 46 of 54 Satelites shots.
Tuesday Jan. 16,
The Satelites found their way back into the win column on Tuesday scoring a 4-2 over the St. Malo Warriors. The Warriors opened the scoring when Alex Murray beat his former Thompson King Miner team mate Kenton Brass to give St. Malo a short lived 1-0 lead. Braden Zamrykut then tied the game at 1-1 as the Satelites capitalized on the power play and the took the game into the first intermission even. The Satelites scored the only goal in the second period off the stick of Conner Grunsten. In the third period the Warriors again scored early with Tyler Cormier scoring to tie the game up at 2-2. The score remained tied until the dying minutes when Payton Boguski broke the tie with 2:40 left to play and give the Satelites a 3-2 lead. Nico Lisi ended the scoring with a long range strike into an empty St. Malo net.
Kenton Brass stopped 26 of 28 shots to earn a much needed win for the Satelites while David Allaire put in a strong performance in the St. Malo nets stopping 31 of 35 Satelites' shots.
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