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Upcoming Games

Saturday Oct. 14

Satelites @

Arborg Ice Dawgs

6:00PM Arborg Arena


Tuesday Oct. 17

Satelites vs.

St. Malo Warriors

8:00PM @ Mosienko


Saturday Oct. 14/2017

The Winnipeg Satelites lost their second start of the season, but they proved they were a stronger opponent than they did in their home opener Tuesday night.

The Satelites were in Arborg facing off against the Ice Dawgs and fell 7-6. The Ice Dawgs led 3-1 after 20 minutes of play on goals by Tyson Packer, Dalton Woodhouse and Cal Finnson. Parker Cassie replied for the Satelites.

The two sides exchanged goals in the second with Tom Moneyas and Nic Doerksen scoring for the Satelites and Geordie Longbottom and Woodhouse with his second of the game scoring for the Ice Dawgs as they lead 5-3 after 40 minutes of play.

The Ice Dawgs jumped ahead to 7-3 in the third on Woodhouse's 3 goal of the game and a Deric Gulay marker. The Satelites tried to come back from the 4 goal deficit, scoring 3 times in the last 5 minutes of play. Braden Zamrykut scored twice and Nathan Jones added the other to make the final 7-6 in favour of the home side.

Kenton Brass, in his first KJHL start stopped 47 of 54 shots in taking the loss for the Satelites. Jarrod Smith tended the nets for the Ice Dawgs and made 35 saves in backing Arborg to the win.

The Satelites next game in back at Mosienko for a game against the St. Malo Warriors. Game time is 8:00PM


Tuesday Oct. 10/2017 Game Pix

Things didn't go too well for the Winnipeg Satelites in their home opener vs. the Selkirk Fishermen as they fell to a rather lopsided 10-2 decision. The Fishermen skated to a 4-0 lead after 20 minutes of play with Dylan Painchaud-Niemi, Talon Kelly, Sage Guimond and Darian Morris-Izzard doing the damage.

In the second period the Satelites managed to keep the Fishermen off the board and scored twice themselves. Nico Lisi scored 27 seconds into the second period to put the Satelites on the board, then Nathan Jones scored to make the score 4-2 going into the final period.

In the third it was again all Selkirk as the Fishermen scored 6 unanswered goals to bury the home team. Mac Playford started the onslaught followed by Troy Johnson, Dawson Courchene, Painchaud-Niemi with his second, Playford with his second and Ben Kelly closed out the Fishermen scoring to make the final 10-2.

Riley Bannerman stopped 27 of 29 shots to pick up the win, while the tandem of Derick Vinsky and Tyler Sagness combined to make 33 saves with Vinsky getting tagged for the loss.

The Satelites next game is on Saturday in Arborg vs. the Ice Dawgs. Game time is an early 6:00PM start.

The Satelites then return home on Tuesday Oct. 17 for a game against the St. Malo Warriors. Game time is 8:00PM










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