Playoffs - Championship Round
The KJHL Championship round continued Monday night in Peguis with the
Juniors edging the
Fishermen 4-3 in overtime and taking a 2-1 lead in the best of 7 series. The
in a 1-1 tie with Dallas Cochrane giving the Juniors a 1-0 lead 3 minutes into
Selkirk's Karl Fey scored a power play goal with just over 3 minutes left in the
things up. Peguis scored two unanswered goals in the second period to lead 3-1
of play. Waylon Neault scored for the Juniors to break the tie, then Tyler McKay
a power play
goal with 5 minutes left in the period to give Peguis a 3-1 going into the third
McBride scored a power play goal early in the third period to bring the
Fishermen to within
goal of the lead, then Fey's second of the game at 11:29 of the third tied the
game at 3-3 and with
further scoring by either side the game went into overtime. Darryl Flett scored
the game winner
minutes into the overtime session to give Peguis the win and a 2-1 lead in the
Tacan made 34 saves between the pipes for Peguis in backstopping the Juniors to
of the series. Bretton Fewchuk stopped 42 shots in taking the loss for Selkirk.
4 of the series is in Peguis Friday night. Game time is 7:30PM.
The Selkirk Fishermen evened their best of seven KJHL final series with the
Juniors Saturday night in Selkirk scoring a 5-3 win over the Juniors.
Fey scored 2 first period power play goals to give the Fishermen a 2-0 lead
into the first
intermission. In the second Fey completed the natural hat trick of scoring
consecutive goals by notching his third of the game 5 minutes into the second
The Fish would score two more times in the second, off the sticks of Corbin
and a short handed effort from Cale McBride, to hold a 5-0 lead after
minutes of play. The attempted comeback by the Juniors would fall short in the
frame as they managed only three goals. Tyrell Armstrong put the Juniors on the
with a power play goal two minutes into the third. A minute later Harold
added an even
strength goal to make the score 5-2, then Armstrong would score his
power play goal of the night to close out the scoring and make the final 5-3 in
of the Fishermen.
stopped 42 of 45 shots to backstop the Fishermen to the win, Keifer Tacan
32 shots in the Peguis nets, stopping 27 of them.
The Peguis Juniors claimed game 1 in the KJHL Final series with a 4-2 win
Fishermen Thursday night in Selkirk. The Fishermen opened the scoring when
Karl Fey scored on a
Selkirk power play. Waylon Neault would even things up for the
when he scored with just over a minute left in the opening period. In the second
Juniors jumped out in front taking a 3-1 lead with two late second period goals.
Kirkness scored the go ahead goal at the 5:35 mark, then less than a minute
Tyler McKay capitalized on a Peguis power play. A power play goal by Cale
the Fishermen to within a goal of the lead early in the third period, but
the game for the Juniors a few minutes later put the game out of reach, making
final 4-2 in favour of Peguis.
Tacan stopped 37 of 39 Selkirk shots in backstopping the Juniors to the win.
got the start for Selkirk, making 26 saves in the losing cause.