Tuesday Oct. 21
The Winnipeg Satelites picked up their third win of the season with an
11-2 win over the
expansion Fisher River Hawks. Fisher River opened the scoring five minutes into
frame when Fisher River captain Jarred Thickfoot snuck one past a screened
Before the period was out the Satelites would answer back with 4 goals of their
scored to tie the game up at one, then rookie Chris 'Sandy' Sanderson scored
his two on the night to give the home team the lead, and Grayson Schmidt would
a goal that would eventually prove to be the game winner. Sean Murray would then
play goal late in the period to give the Satelites a 4-1 going into the first
In the second, Kevin Haines' snapped one past the Fisher River goaltender's
Kyle Collins' third stick of the game held together as he put his first of the
then Sanderson closed out the second period with his second of the game giving
7-1 lead after 40 minutes.
In the final period Grand scored his first of the game, Derek Ramage scored his
first of the
, then Fisher River's Darryl Thaddeus added one more for the Hawks. Collins and
would then each add the second of the game to close out the scoring and make the
Starting rookie goaltender Keaton Klassen would stop 22 of 24 shots in his first
KJHL start to
up his first KJHL win.
River used two goaltenders on the night who combined to make 43 saves.
The Satelites play their first road trip of the season when they travel to
Peguis to take on the
in their new arena on Saturday Oct. 25 then return home to face the Arborg Ice
Oct. 28. Games times are 8:00PM.
Tuesday Oct. 14
The Winnipeg Satelites won their second game of the season Tuesday night at
the visiting St. Malo Warriors 5-1. Kyle Collins opened the scoring, giving the
lead, when he broke in alone and scored while the Satelites were down a man.
In the second the Satelites extended their lead to 3-0 on goals by Kevin Haines
and took that lead into the second intermission. In the final period Grayson
Grand scored 2 minutes apart to give the Satelites a 5-0 lead, then with just
3:48 left on the
Bryden Johnson broke Marc Hildebrand's bid for a second consecutive shut out.
stopped 24 of 25 shots to earn his second 'W' of the season. Warriors goaltender
31 saves in St. Malo's first game of the season.
Around the League:
Sunday Oct. 19
Sunday in the KJHL saw six teams in action. The OCN STORM won their 4th game of
outscoring the Fisher
River Hawks 7-6, the St. Malo Warriors picked up their second win of the
season with a 6-3 win
over the Lundar Falcons in Lundar, and in Norway House the Arborg Ice
Dawgs claimed game two
of their weekend set with an 8-5 win over the Northstars.
Saturday Oct. 18
Sunday in the KJHL saw two games played. In Selkirk the OCN Storm surprised the
Fishermen 4-2 and in
Norway House the Northstars defeated the Arborg Ice Dawgs 8-6.
Friday Oct. 17
action on Friday saw the Peguis Juniors easily handle the newcomers to the
Fisher River Hawks by an
18-0 score. Elsewhere it was the St. Malo Warriors edging the Arborg
Ice Dawgs 5-4 in
overtime. The Ice Dawgs had lead 2-0 after one and 4-2 after forty minutes, but
in the third the
Warriors scored twice, netting the game tying goal with less than a minute left
the clock. In overtime
Jared Magne scored unassisted with .28 left on the clock to claim the come
from behind win for the
Warriors. Scoring for the Ice Dawgs were Cal Finnson, Travis Kilbrei,
Kelly and Kyle Barkman.
For St. Malo it was Bryden Johnson with 2, Jesse Freund and Justin
Collette with the
Wednesday Oct. 15
the one game played in the KJHL on Wednesday, the Peguis Juniors downed the
Arborg Ice Dawgs 4-3.
The game was tied 1-1 after 20 minutes with Tyler McKay for Peguis
and Cory Kuldys for
Arborg exchanging goals. The two sides exchanged goals again in the
second period with the
Ice Dawgs taking a 2-1 lead when Colten Davies scored. Tyler Woodhouse
answered back for
Peguis, but the Ice Dawgs regained their lead on a Talon Kelly marker.
Peguis would tie the
game up at 3 before the second intermission when Devon Garson capitalized
on a Peguis power play.
The only goal scored in the third period proved to be the winner and came
off the stick of Tyler
Woodhouse with his second of the game.
Sunday Oct. 12
was a feeding frenzy for the Fish this afternoon as the Selkirk Fishermen downed
Norway House Northstars
17-1. Dylan Painchaud-Niemi scored 4 times to lead the Fishermen,
while Cale McBride
picked up 3 goals plus 2 assists, Tanner McVicar and Cory Balcaen each
added 2 and
singles came from six other Fishermen including Jon Starodub (1-4)
Pasternak(1-3). Jordan Liske picked up the win stopping 14 of the 15 shots
The only one to elude
him came from Jamieson Scott. The Fishermen out shot the Northstars
other action the OCN STORM swept the Lundar Falcons in their weekend set. On
they downed the Falcons
7-1 and Saturday night they prevailed by a 6-2 score. On Saturday
OCN capitalized on 4
power plays in downing the Falcons. Leading scorer for the Storm was
Maxwell Shoo who picked
up 3 goals on the night.
Saturday Oct. 11
other league action the St. Malo Warriors edged the Arborg Ice Dawgs 3-2 in the
final exhibition action.
Elsewhere in regular season action the Lundar Falcons are in
OCN taking on the Storm.
There is no score to report at this time.
Friday Oct. 10
KJHL season got underway Friday night with last season's division leaders facing
off against each other.
The Selkirk Fishermen outscored the Peguis Juniors 8-5 in the
season opener. The
Fishermen were lead by Cale McBrides 6 goal performance as the Fish
had to come from behind
to pull off the win. Peguis lead 2-1 after 20 minutes with Denis
Baptiste and Darryl
Flett opening the scoring for the Juniors and McBride scoring his
first on the night for
Peguis still held on to a won goal lead exiting the second, leading 4-3.
Romano Paul paced the
Juniors while McBride added two more for the Fishermen.
In the third McBride
scored three straight to put the Fish in front for the first time to give
McBride 6 goals in the
game and to give the Fishermen a 6-4 lead. Baptiste then scored
his second of the game
to draw the Juniors to within one, but Jeremy Pachkowsky (shorthanded)
and Michael Smiley
(empty netter) iced the win last season's defending Champions.
Bretton Fewchuk got the start for the Fishermen stopping 33 of 38 shots while
for Peguis was 24 of 32.