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Friday Dec. 22, 8:00PM
St. Malo Warriors
in St. Malo
Saturday Jan. 6, 7:30PM
St. Malo Warriors
in St. Malo
Tuesday Jan. 9, 8:00PM
Arborg Ice Dawgs
@ Mosienko Arena
Friday Dec. 22
The Winnipeg Satelites game in St. Malo vs. the Warriors was stopped with 2:51 left in the second period due to unsafe ice conditions. The score was tied 3-3. The Warriors had jumped out to a 2-0 lead on goals by Tyrel Bueckert and Robert Guimond. Before the period was out the Satelites came back to tie the game up at 2-2 on goals from Payton Boguski and Braden Zamrykut. In the second period Rustyn Lodon scored to give the Satelites a 3-2 lead, only to give up a short handed goal minutes later to St. Malo's Gavin Pott. This is when it was noticed that the signage that was imbedded into the ice at center ice was coming through to the surface. It was at the point the Referee's called the game. The date and time to complete the game has not yet been announced.
Tuesday Dec. 19 Game Photos
The Winnipeg Satelites faced off against the league leading Selkirk Fishermen Tuesday night at the Mosienko Arena and hung on to win 3-2. Payton Boguski opened the scoring for the Satelites as he fired a wrist shot over the shoulder of the Selkirk netminder. The Fishermen tied the game up before the period was over when Dylan Painchaud-Niemi found a loose puck in a scramble in front of the Satelites net and knocked it over the goal line.
In the middle frame, the Fishermen took a 2-1 on Painchaud-Niemi's second of the game, but Braden Sargent's slap shot from the point found the back of the net while the Satelites enjoyed the man advantage to send the game into the second intermission tied at 2-2.
The Satelites scored the lone goal of the third late in the game when Rustyn Lodon batted a puck out of the air and behind the Selkirk goaltender to give the Satelites a 3-2 lead with 2:24 left to play. With 8 seconds left to play in the game and a scramble in front of the Satelites goaltender, the Satelites net became dislodged. The referee ruled that it was intentional and a penalty shot was awarded to the Fishermen. Drayton Mendrun was awarded the shot, but he was stopped by Satelites goaltender Trent Sargent who preserved the win for the Satelites 9th win of the season.
Sargent made 31 saves to pick up the win for the Satelites while Riley Bannerman stopped 28 of the 31 shots he faced in taking the loss for the Fishermen.
The Satelites final game of 2017 is in St. Malo on Friday Dec. 22 against the Warriors. Game time at the St. Malo Arena is 8:00PM
Saturday Dec. 16
The Winnipeg Satelites hosted the Cross Lake Islanders and posted a 7-3 victory. The Islanders were tough in the early going as they played the Satelites even through a scoreless first period. In a wild second period there were 5 goals scored in a seven minute period. The Islander went up 2-0 on the Satelites on goals by Tyler Monias and Keith Monias. The Satelites then scored twice in 25 seconds with Payton Boguski putting the Satelites on the board and Nathan Jones scored to tie things up at 2-2. Four minutes later the Islanders were back on top on a goal by Tie Braun.
In the third period it was all Satelites as they scored five consecutive times to take the game 7-3. Scoring for the Satelites in the third were Parker Cassie on the powerplay, Tom Moneyas with the game winner, Conner Grunsten on another Satelites powerplay opportunity, Braden Zamrykut scored a short handed marker and Boguski closed out the scoring with his second goal of the game.
The Satelites next face off against the Selkirk Fishermen on Tuesday Dec. 19th at the Mosienko Arena. Game time is 8:00PM
Thursday Dec. 14
The Satelites were in Arborg Thursday night to take on the Ice Dawgs and lost the game by a 4-2 score. The Satelites scored first, capitalizing on the power play 8 minutes from the opening face off. They held that lead to the final 27 seconds of the second when Clint Torfason scored to put the Ice Dawgs on the board. That late second period goal by the Ice Dawgs gave them a boost as they scored 3 successive times to take a 4-1 lead. Cal Finnson scored the go ahead goal, then Torfason added his second of the game, and finally Finnson closed out the Arborg scoring with his second on the night. The Satelites Nathan Jones added a late goal for the Satelites but with 18 seconds left the game was effectively out of reach.
Winning goaltender Joey Fratantonio stopped 45 of 47 Satelites' shot to earn the win for the Ice Dawgs while Trent Sargent stopped 34 of 38 in the Satelites loss.
Saturday Dec. 9
The Winnipeg Satelites were in Selkirk Saturday to take on the Fishermen and lost for the 11th time this season, this time by a 5-2 score. The two sides played through a scoreless first period with the Satelites penalty kill team coming up big, the Satelites' PK team killed off 14 minutes in penalties to the Fishermen's 2.
In the second, the Fishermen were first on the scoreboard with Mac Playford doing the damage. The Satelites answered back with a power play goal from Parker Cassie, but before the period was out, Connor Cyr had put the Fish back on top by a goal.
In the third period Mitch Klippenstein capitalized on another Satelites' power play opportunity to tie the game up at 2-2 with just under 16 minutes left to play. The Fishermen then went out front for good when Drayton Mendrun scored with the Satelites short handed for the 11th time in the game. The game was then put out of reach 26 seconds later when Dane Derewianchuk scored the first of two consecutive goals to give the Fishermen the 5-2 win.
Austin Deboer made 18 saves to pick up the win for the Fishermen while Trent Sargent was called upon to make 35 saves in a losing cause.
The Satelites next game is Thursday Dec. 14 in Arborg vs. the Ice Dawgs. Game time is a 7:45PM start.
Tuesday Dec. 5 Game Photos
The Winnipeg Satelites played host to the Peguis Juniors Tuesday night at the Mosienko Arena and lost a wild one 10-7. The Satelites opened the scoring at 10:06 of the first on Braden Zamrykut's first of the game. The Juniors' Chase Beach-Ducharme scored a short handed goal for Peguis to tie the game at 1-1, only to see the Satelites tie the game up 13 seconds later on a power play goal from Conner Grunsten. Romano Paul scored seconds later to make it a 2-2 game, then Darian Murdock connected on the power play with a second left on the clock to give Peguis a 3-2 lead after 20 minutes of play.
In the second period Coulson Nepinak made it 4-2 for the visitors, but the Satelites answered back with one of their own from Parker Cassie. Then, in a short spurt of 23 seconds the Juniors struck twice, first Murdoch added his second of the game to make it a 5-3 game, then seconds later Dalen Schulz with an unassisted effort made it 6-3. Keifer Tacan would later add another and the Juniors lead 7-3 after the second period.
In the third, Storm Swan scored early to give Peguis what seemed like an insurmountable 8-3 lead, but the Satelites would continue to chip away at it. Zamrykut picked up his second of the game while the Satelites enjoyed a man advantage, then Kyle Pache also scored a power play marker seconds later. The Juniors would then add a short handed goal, Paul's second goal of the game before Pache and Grunsten each added their second goals of the game to draw the Satelites within two goal of the lead at 9-7. The Satelites hopes were dashed when Murdock notched his third of the game in the final minutes to put the game out of reach. Final score 10-7 in favour of the Peguis Juniors.
Allan Kohli picked up the win for Peguis in stopping 31 of 38 shots. The tandem of Kenton Brass and Trent Sargent combined to make 33 saves with Brass taking the loss.
The Satelites now take to the road for two games, this Saturday in Selkirk vs. the Fishermen, then next Thursday they're in Arborg to face the Ice Dawgs.
Tuesday Nov. 28 Game Photos
The Winnipeg Satelites win streak came to an end Tuesday night as they fell 5-3 to the Lundar Falcons. The Falcons scored 3 unanswered goals in the first period to take a 3-0 lead going into the second period with Lance Laycock, Eric Miller and Brent Johnson doing the damage. In the second Braden Zamrykut scored on the power play to put the Satelites on the score board, but the Falcons would add a late short handed marker and lead 4-1 at the end of 40 minutes. In the third period Eli Caparros and Brett Williams scored twice to draw the Satelites to within a goal of the lead, but late in the game with their goaltender pulled in favour of the extra attacker, Lundar scored an empty net goal to ice their win.
Braydon Weatherburn stopped 27 of 30 shots to earn the win for the Falcons when Trent Sargent stopped 29 of 33 in taking the loss.
The Satelites next game is Tuesday Dec. 5 at the Mosienko Arena where they will take on the Central Division leading Peguis Juniors.
Saturday Nov. 25
The Winnipeg Satelites continued their winning ways Saturday night in Warren with a 7-4 win over the Lundar Falcons. The Satelites opened the scoring 5 minutes into the opening period when Tom Moneyas blocked a shot at the blue line and chased down the loose puck to score a short handed goal and put the Satelites up 1-0. Dennon Sichewski was given credit for a goal that has yet to cross the goal line, but the Ref saw it differently from his vantage point and the game was tied 1-1. Braden Sargent got that goal back for the Satelites with an unassisted effort, then Nic Doerksen, again unassisted, scored on the power play to make it 3-1 Satelites after 20 minutes of play.
In the second Drake Zimmerman drew the Falcons to within a goal of the Satelites a minute and half into the period. Conner Grunsten then scored the first of his two on the night for the Satelites before Derek Benson scored a shorty to make the score 4-3 in favour of the visitors. Grunsten notched his second of the game a few minutes later, another unassisted effort and again on the power play as the period ended with the Satelites up by a 5-2 score.
In the third period Mitch Klippenstein scored to put the Satelites up 6-3, then a late goal by the Falcons Brody Southby made it 6-4. A short handed effort by Nathan Jones with the Lundar net empty made the final 7-4 in favour of the Satelties.
Kenton Brass backstopped the Satelites to the win by making 38 saves on the night, his counterpart in the Lundar net, Christopher Lesage, stopped 26 of 33 in taking the loss for the Falcons.
The two sides go at it again Tuesday night in Winnipeg. Game time at the Billy Mosienko Arena is 8:00PM
Tuesday Nov. 21 Game Photos
The Winnipeg Satelites came from behind to register a 5-4 shoot out victory over the visiting St. Malo Warriors Tuesday night at the Billy Mosienko Arena. St. Malo lead 2-0 after the first period on goals by Alex Murray and Michael Venne. The Warriors then extended their lead to 3-0 in the second on Murray's second of the game. The Satelites got on the board when Eli Caparros capitalized on a power play, then banged home his second of the game a few minutes later, making the score 3-2 Warriors at the end of 40 minutes.
In the third Tyrel Bueckert scored on a St. Malo power play to give them a 4-2 lead. Nico Lisi's wrist shot from the blue line some how handcuffed the Warrior goaltender as it bounced of him and into the net and let the Satelites close the gap to one goal. Pressing for the game tying goal in the final minutes of the game Braden Zamrykut's wrist shot found the back of the net and tied things up at 4-4 to send the game into overtime.
The overtime session solved nothing but a gutsy effort by Nathan Jones, who blocked a shot in the defensive zone and painfully limped to the bench, allowed the Satelites to get out a another player and maintain pressure in the St. Malo zone. The game then went to the shoot out. Trent Sargent stopped all three St. Malo shooters while the Satelites Conner Grunsten provided the only goal the home team would need to claim victory and their 5th win in as many starts.
Sargent made 36 saves on the night plus the three in the shoot out to back stop the Satelites to the win. Brady Klassen made 31 saves in earning at least a point for the Warriors.
The Satelites now play home and home games with the Lundar Falcons. Saturday night in Warren, then back home to Mosienko for the rematch. Game times are 8:00PM.
Saturday Nov. 18
The Winnipeg Satelites won for the 4th time in as many games as they downed the Lundar Falcons 5-4 in a shoot out in a game played in Warren, MB. The Satelites Braden Zamrykut scored the only goal of the first period and lead 1-0 at the first intermission. The Satelites extended their lead to 2-0 early in the second period on a goal by Conner Grunsten. The Satelites then got into some serious penalty trouble allowing Landon Gray to score 3 unanswered goals to put the Falcons in front at 3-2 at the end of 2 periods of play.
In the third Lance Laycock scored to make it a 4-2 game for the Falcons but the Satelites did not lay down. Grunsten notched his second of the game to bring the Satelites within one goal of the lead, then with just under 7 minutes left to play, Nico Lisi scored the game tying goal to even things up at 4-4. The remainder of the game was scoreless, as was the 5 minute 4 on 4 overtime session.
The game then went into a shoot out. Grunsten went first and scored the only goal of the shoot out to give the Satelites a 5-4 victory.
Trent Sargent stopped 43 of 47 shots, including all three in the shoot out session to backstop the Satelites to the win. Brayden Weatherburn stopped 25 of 29 shots in a losing cause for the Falcons.
The Satelites return home on Tuesday Nov. 21 to take on the St. Malo Warriors. Game time is 8:00PM at the Billy Mosienko Arena.
Tuesday Nov. 14 Game Photos
In the back end of their home and home series with the Fisher River Hawks, the Winnipeg Satelites ran their win streak to 3 in a row with a 6-1 victory. The Satelites outscored the Hawks 3-1 in the first with Brett Williams sniping his first two of the season and Conner Grunsten adding his 7th of his first junior campaign. Darian Genaille scored with 7 seconds left in the opening frame to put the Hawks on the board.
The Satelites added two more goals in the second period off the sticks of Eli Caparros and Brandon Mills, and Braden Zamrykut closed out the scoring with a goal late in the third period.
Kenton Brass stopped 22 of 23 shots to back stop the Satelites to the win, while Adam Thompson made 37 saves in taking the loss for Fisher River.
The Satelites take a quick trip north to Warren for a Saturday match against the Lundar Falcons, then on Tuesday Nov. 21 the Satelites return home where they will host the St. Malo Warriors. Game times are 8:00PM.
Friday Nov. 10
The Winnipeg Satelites were on the road Friday playing the first game of a home and home series versus the Fisher River Hawks and came away with a 6-2 victory.
The Hawks broke out to an early 2-0 lead on goals by Tyler McKay and Nicolas Murdock, but before the first period had ended the Satelites had evened things up at 2-2 on goals from Parker Cassie and Tom Moneyas.
In the second period the Satelites started to run away with things as they scored 3 unanswered goals to make the score to 5-2 for the visitors. Rustyn Lodon with his first, Cassie again on the power play, and Ryden Marsh with his first.
In the third the only goal was scored by the Satelites' Conner Grunsten, it was originally thought to be Cassie's third of the game but in any event it made the final score 6-2 for the Satelites 3rd win of the season and second in as many games.
Trent Sargent made 38 saves to backstop the Satelites to victory while the tandem of Adam Thompson and Elliot Wilson combined to make 29 saves with Thompson taking the loss.
The two sides go at it again on Tuesday Nov. 14 at Mosienko Arena. Game time is 8:00PM
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Dec. 11, 2016 Game Photos
Sept. 19, 2017 Game Pix
Sept. 26, 2017 Game Pix
Tuesday Oct. 17/2017 Game Pix
Saturday Oct. 28 Game Pix
Tuesday Oct 31 Game Pix
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