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50/50 Hockey Donation Fundraiser - Results

Tuesday Nov. 18

    The Winnipeg Satelites played host to the Selkirk Fishermen Tuesday night at the

Billy Mosienko Arena and downed last season's defending champion 7-2. The Satelites

and the Fishermen played through a scoreless first period with the Satelites holding the

edge in shots on goal through 20 minutes of play, 17-13.

    In the second, the Satelites would open the scoring at the 16:52 mark on Scott Douglas'

power play goal. The Fishermen would rally back to tie the score on Jeremy Pachkowsky's

goal at the 14:47 mark of the second period, then take the lead 4 minutes later when

Cory Balcaen one timed a goal mouth pass into the Satelite's net. Before the period was out

however, the Satelite's Vinny Carriere would score to notch the game up at 2 going into

the second intermission.

    The third period belonged to the Satelites as they scored 5 unanswered goals to claim

their 9th win of the season. Beau Zelenewich would score his first of the season and first

in the KJHL, a goal that would stand up as the game winner. That was followed up by a

goal from Kyle Collins and another from Kevin Haines. The Satelites would then add two

more in the final minute of the game as Mathew Carrey and Grayson Schmidt would score

the Satelites 6th and 7th goals of the game.

    Marc Hildebrand got the start and the win in the Satelites net, stopping 38 of 43 shots

to pick up the win.

    Jordan Liske went the distance for the Fishermen, stopping 36 of 43 Satelite shots.

    

    The Satelites next game is on Tuesday Nov. 25 when they will host the Lundar Falcons.

Game time is 8:00PM.

Saturday Nov. 15

    The Winnipeg Satelites and the OCN STORM faced off in a battle for first place Saturday

night at the Billy Mosienko Arena with the Satelites scoring a 6-2 over the STORM. The

Satelites jumped out to a 2-0 first period lead on goals by Jason Campbell and Kyle Grand.

    In the second period the STORM came back to tie the game up at two with Justice Genaille

and Isaiah Francis each scoring a goal. The score remained tied through to the second 

intermission.

    In the final period, the Satelites pulled ahead with 4 unanswered goals. Kevin Haines would

score what would prove to be the game winner, followed by Darrel Kilburn, Kyle Collins and

Campbell's second of the game.

    Satelites' starting goaltender Marc Hildebrand stopped 30 of 32 shots to pick up the 'W' while 

his OCN counterpart Luke Penner stopped 39 of 45 shots in taking the loss.

 

Wednesday Nov. 12

    The Winnipeg Satelites trip to Arborg proved successful Wednesday night as the Satelites

handed the Ice Dawgs a 5-2 defeat. The Satelites would take the early lead when Kyle Collins

scored at 14:03 of the first while the Satelites enjoyed a man advantage. Before the period was

out however, the Ice Dawgs would even the score when Byron Gard's point shot eluded a screened

Keaton Klassen, the Satelites starting netminder tonight. The first period would end in a 1-1 tie,

but in the second the Satelites scored twice. The first came from a point shot from Scott Douglas

that caught the inside of the Arborg goaltender blocker and deflected back into the net. The Satelites

second goal of the period came off the stick of Kevin Haines three minutes later. The Ice Dawgs

would later respond and make the score 3-2 Satelites when Jesse Chupka's shot found the mark.

    In the third it was all Satelites. Derek Ramage would hammer home a rebound to give the Satelites

some insurance, then Haines would notch his second of the game to salt away the win.

    Satelites player of the game was goaltender Keaton Klassen. Keaton stopped 40 of 42 Ice Dawg shots,

including two great glove saves, foiling two short handed breakaway opportunities for the Ice Dawgs.

Arborg netminder Travis Schalk again got the start against the Satelites, stopping 36 of 41 shots

in a losing cause.

    The win moved the Satelites into a first place tie with the idle and undefeated OCN STORM who

will be paying a visit to the Billy Mosienko Arena on Saturday Nov. 15 in a battle for first place.

Game time on Saturday is 8:00PM.

 

 

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Around the League:

Friday Nov. 21

    There was only one game played in the KJHL this Friday night. The St. Malo Warriors

were host to the visiting Lundar Falcons and came away with a 6-3 victory. The Falcons

would open the scoring with Blake Klippenstein scoring a power play goal 8 minutes in.

Brett Keith would then tie thing up for the Warriors late in the first and the game went into

the first intermission tied at 1-1.

    In the second the two side traded goals. Dylan Wittinger would score to give the Falcons

the lead, but Tristan Eastman would reply for the Warriors to even the score. Brandon

Worthing would then restore the Falcons 1 goal lead, only to see the Warriors knot the game

back up at 2-2 when Bryden Johnson scored with just seconds left in the 2nd period.

    In the third and final period, it was all St. Malo and all Jared Hunter as he would score

3 times, including a power play marker, to give the Warriors the 6-3 win.

    Jordan Taylor picked up the win tending the St. Malo nets, stopping 30 of 33 shots. His

Lundar counterpart Andrew Smith was 36 of 42 in saves in taking the loss for the Falcons.

Wednesday Nov. 19

    In the KJHL on Wednesday there were 4 teams in action. In Peguis the Juniors hosted

their Interlake rivals, the Arborg Ice Dawgs with the Ice Dawgs taking the win by a 5-4 score.

In Peguis the Ice Dawgs opened the scoring and held a 1-0 lead after 20 minutes with Cory

Kuldys doing the scoring for Arborg.

    In the second period, Tyler Woodhouse would tie the game up on a Peguis power play, but

Trent Kroeker and Travis Kilbrei would later score back to back goals 28 seconds apart to give

the Ice Dawgs a 3-1 lead. Presley Kirkness would score for the Jr.'s at the 7:28 mark to make

it 3-2 Arborg, but Kuldys would notch his second of the game, coming on the power play, to 

restore the Ice Dawgs 2 goal lead going into the second intermission.

    In the first 5 minutes of the third, Joseph Sutherland and Woodhouse again would score to

tie the game back up at 4 goals apiece. For the next 10 minutes the game played goalless until

Kilbrei scored his second of the game and game winner at the 5:10 mark of the final period.

    Jon Narverud got the start and the win for the Ice Dawgs, stopping 47 of 51 shots. Keifer

Tacan took the loss for the Juniors, stopping 40 of 45 Arborg shots.

 

In Lundar, the Fisher River Hawks earned their first win in their inaugural season downing

the Falcons 3-2. Storm Swan opened the scoring in the first period on a Lundar power play

as the Falcons lead 1-0 after 20 minutes. Fisher River scored twice in the second to come 

back and take the lead on goals from Nodin Duck and Darryl Thadeus and carried that lead

into the second intermission.

    Troy Kaartinen tied the game up at 3 for the Falcons late in the third, but with just 1:02

left on the clock, Thadeus scored his second of the game to give the Hawks their first win

in their franchise history.

    Ryan Bruyere stopped 49 of 51 Lundar shots to earn the victory for Fisher River. Andrew Smith 

of the Falcons wasn't nearly as busy, facing 12 shots and stopping 9 of them in the loss.

 

 

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