A new Satelites 50/50 Hockey Donation
Fundraiser starts Dec. 18
with the deadline for entries Dec. 17. New
forms available here.
Please contact your Satelites team rep. for
Satelites 50/50 Hockey Donation Fundraiser
Next Home Game:
Satelites vs. the Arborg
Ice Dawgs Tuesday Dec. 10 at the Billy Mosienko Arena.
Game time is 8:00PM.
Friday Dec. 6
Winnipeg Satelites lost 4-1 to the Arborg Ice Dawgs Friday night in Arborg. The
Ice Dawgs' Rylan
Veitch put the home team
up1-0 a minute and a half into the 1st period and after 20 minutes of play
score remained the same.
Kyle Grand scored for the Satelites 9 minutes into the second to tie the game
up at 1-1 but the Ice
Dawgs regained the lead 2 minutes later on Spencer Kelbei's first of the game
took the 2-1 lead into
the second intermission. Kilbrei scored the only two goals in final period, the
one into an empty
Satelite goaltender Cory Hyndman made 40 saves in taking the loss while Arborg's
Narverud was called upon
to make 45 saves to secure the win for the Ice Dawgs.
Elsewhere in the
KJHL tonight, the St. Malo Warriors downed the Lundar Falcons 5-3. Chris Baldoke
scored twice to lead the Warriors
with Jared Magne, Justin Collette and Cody Zulyniak picking up
singles. Scoring for the Falcons were
Dylan Wittinger, Jason Nikkel and Grant Sutherland.
picked up the wind for the Warriors, making 28 saves in the game while the
Derrick Peitsch had a busier time is
the Falcons nets making 46 saves in a losing cause.
Tuesday Nov. 26
Winnipeg Satelites downed the Selkirk Fishermen 5-2 Tuesday at Billy Mosienko
score was tied 0-0 after twenty
minutes of play with the Satelites outshooting the Fishermen 11-6. In the
second the Satelites' Nico Lisi
scored the first goal of the game to put the home side up 1-0, then
less than a minute later the
Satelites extended their lead to 2-0 when Sean Murray banged in a
a loose puck after a shot from Zach
Chioua hit the cross bar and dropped into the crease.
Before the second
period was 8 minutes old, Justin Rawluk scored to put the Fishermen on the
board to make the score 2-1 but with
a minute and a half left in the period Keilan Mott slipped a shot
beneath the Selkirk goaltender to
give the Satelites a 3-1 lead after 40 minutes of play. In the third,
Rawluk notch his second of the game
to draw the Fishermen to within a goal of the Satelites, but then
Bobby High lead and end to end rush
from his goal line into the Selkirk zone where his shot found the back
of the net to give the Satelites a
4-2 lead with 7 minutes left to play in the third. Kevin Haines scored with
just over two minutes left to salt the win
away for the Satelites as they moved to within a point of the South
Division leading Fishermen.
Cory Hyndman had a
steady game in the Satelites net, making 24 saves on the night to pick up the
win. Bretton Fewchuk got the start
for the Fishermen making 27 saves on the night in taking the loss.
Around The League
Sunday Dec. 8
Selkirk Fishermen evened their weekend series with the OCN Storm Sunday
afternoon, scoring a 3-0
shut out victory Sunday
afternoon. After a scoreless opening period Corbin Pasternak scored on a
man advantage with 5 an
a half minutes left in the second period, then with less than a minute left in
second Justin Rawluk
gave the Fish a 2-0 lead as the game headed to the second intermission. Cale
scored the lone goal in
the final frame.
Jordan Liske stopped all 26 shots he faced to pick up the shut out and the win.
Norway House the St. Malo Warriors swept their weekend set with the Northstars
scoring a 7-5 victory
in Sunday afternoons
contest. The 4 point weekend gave the Warriors a 5 point lead over the last
Falcons and moved them to within
two points of the second place Satelites in the KJHL South Division.
Saturday Dec. 7
were 3 games played in the KJHL Saturday. The St. Malo Warriors downed the
Northstars 5-2 in their first of
two games in Norway House this weekend.
Storm upset the South Division leading Selkirk Fishermen 5-4 in game one of
their two game
weekend series. Newly signed
players Nakeh Lamothe contributed two goals for OCN and Suede Omeasoo
goal and an assist to lead the
Storm to the win. Brandon Sinclair and Brady Cable with the game
winner also contributed singles. Brody Claeys
made 29 saves to pick up the win.
McBride was the leading scorer for the Fishermen with a goal and an assist,
stopped 23 of 28 shots in the
Lundar the Peguis Juniors downed the Falcons 12-1. Darryl Flett had 3 goals and
6 points to lead the
Jr.'s with Cole Murdoch and
Everett Bird netting two goals each. Cole Wickenden scored with four minutes
left to get the Falcons on the
board and end the Jr.'s bid for a shut out victory.
Sunday Dec. 1
was only one game played Sunday in the KJHL and that one saw the Selkirk
Fishermen run over
the Lundar Falcons 10-4.
Cale McBride scored 4 times and picked five points to lead the Fish over
Painchaud-Niemi added two more goals for the Fishermen with singles coming from
Fontaine, Trevor Paradoski and Tanner MacVicar. Jordan Liske made 18 saves to
backstop Selkirk to the
win. Tyler Medeiros had a goal and two helpers for the Falcons while Derrick
made 44 saves on 53
shots to take the loss. Andrew Smith played just over a minute at the end of the
allowing one goal.