Winnipeg Satelites 50/50 Hockey
Donation Fundraiser Draw: Results
Next Home Game:
Satelites vs. the Selkirk
Fishermen , Thursday March 13, 8:00PM at Billy Mosienko.
Game 2 of best of 7 South
Division Finals series.
Friday March 7
Winnipeg Satelites won their quarter final series 3 games to 1 with the
St. Malo Warriors,
scoring a 5-1 victory in St. Malo Friday night. The Satelites opened
the scoring 5 minutes
into the opening period when Sean Murray connected on a
Satelites' power play.
The Warriors came back to tie it 5 minutes later when Jeff Froese
broke in down the wing
and lifted a shot under the cross bar, but before the period
was over, Mathew Carrey
would score what would prove to be the game winner as
the Satelites entered
the first intermission with a 2-1 lead. The Satelites extended their
lead to 3-1 with the
only goal of the second period with Kyle Collins doing the damage.
In the third the
Satelites sealed the win with two more power play goals. The first came
just 22 seconds into the
final frame when Howard Grieves banged home a rebound,
the second came in the dying
minutes of the period off the stick of Vinny Carriere.
Kyle Collins finished
the game with a goal and 3 assists, line mate Mathew
Carrey added a goal and
two helpers with center man Sean Murray picking up a goal
and an assist on the
Hildebrand got the start in the Satelites net, putting in a stellar effort as he
stopped all but one of
the 42 shots he faced.
Satelites will now face the Selkirk Fishermen in the KJHL South division
final. Game 1 goes
Tuesday night March 11th in Selkirk, it then come back to the
Mosienko Arena on
Thursday March 13 and then returns to Selkirk for game three
on Sunday March 16th.
Game 4 is at the Mosienko Arena on Tuesday March 18th.
Further dates will be
announced when confirmed.
Tuesday March 4
Winnipeg Satelites took a 2-1 series lead in their best of 5 game series against
the St. Malo Warriors
Tuesday night at the Mosienko Arena with a 5-3 win. The
Warriors Jared Magne
scored first off a turnover in the Satelites zone as he picked off
an errant clearing pass
from the Satelites net minder and lifted it into an empty cage.
The Satelites quickly
recovered scoring 4 straight goals off the sticks of Vinny Carriere,
Mathew Carrey on a power
play, Keilan Mott and Kyle Grand. Before the period ended
Chris Baldoke scored for
the Warriors and closed the gap to 4-2. In the second Matt
Hadley scored for the
Warriors to make the score 4-3 but the Satelites responded
when Mathew Carrey
notched his second of the game. Neither side scored in the final
20 minutes of play
making the final 5-3 in favour of the Satelites.
Satelites penalty kill units had an outstanding game, killing off all six minor
penalties handed to them
including a double minor with two minutes of 5 on 3 action.
game was delayed after the second period due to the Zamboni breaking down.
The breakdown occurred
after warm-ups so the teams played two periods before the
ice could be resurfaced
for the final period. A new one was trucked in from the St. James
Hildebrand saw his first playoff action in the Satelites' net, making 36 saves
to post the win. The
tandem of Tanner Friesen and Jordan Taylor split the goaltending
duties for St. Malo with
Friesen being chased after the Satelites third goal in the first
Friday Feb. 28
St. Malo Friday night the Winnipeg Satelites lost to the St. Malo Warriors 4-3.
The win for the Warriors
draws the best of five game series even at 1 game apiece.
The Warriors Tristan
Eastman scored to give St. Malo the early lead but the Satelites
replied with a power
play goal from Kyle Collins to send the game into the first
intermission tied at
1-1. The Satelites took a 2-1 midway through the second on a
power play goal from
Mathew Carrey but the Warriors bounced back with a power
play goal of their own
from Justin Collette as the game again head to intermission
with the game tied. The
Warriors then took a 4-2 lead in the third period on back
to back goals by Cody
Zulyniak. The Satelites attempted a comeback when Jason
Campbell scored to make
it 4-3 with 2:32 left to go in the game but could not get the
shot on goal that could
have tied things up.
Cory Hyndman got the
start in net for the Satelites and faced 41 St. Malo shots while
Tanner Friesen was
called upon to make 27 saves to pick up the playoff win for the
Tuesday Feb. 25
Winnipeg Satelites claimed game 1 in their best of 5 game quarter final series
against the St. Malo
Warriors with a 4-2 win Tuesday night at Mosienko. The two sides
played in close for the
first 20 minutes as neither side scored. In the second the
Satelites opened up a
2-0 lead on goals by Mathew Carrey and Derek Ramage with his
first goal of the
season. The Warriors mounted a comeback in the third period scoring
twice in a span of 38
seconds. Chris Baldoke scored to put the Warriors on the board
and Jared Magne quickly
followed that up with the game tying goal. Then, with the
game looking like it was
headed for overtime and less than a minute left in regulation
time, Satelites' captain
Bryan MacKenzie picked up the puck at the Warriors blue line
and slid the puck over
to a streaking Vinny Carriere who broke in and snapped a wrist
shot past the St. Malo
goaltender. Then, with 9 seconds left on the clock and the Warrior's
goalie on the bench for
the extra attacker Carriere gained the center ice line and sent the
puck into the empty net
to ice the win or the Satelites.
Starting goaltender Cory Hyndman made 32 saves to earn the victory for the
while his counterpart
Jordan Taylor made 33 saves in taking the loss in the Warriors nets.
Around The League:
The North Division Final
Series will feature the Peguis Juniors vs. the Arborg Ice Dawgs.
Dates and times TBA.