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Tuesday Feb. 9

    The Winnipeg Satelites played there final game of the regular season Tuesday night and were blanked 4-0 by the

Selkirk Fishermen. Riley Bannerman turned aside 31 Satelite shots to record the shutout, Marc Hildebrand stopped

32 of 36 in taking the loss. The Fish lead 3-0 after the first 20 minutes on goals by Connor Spratt, Milan Horanski and

Nigel Hoydalo. The second period was scoreless, then Drayton Mendrun capitalized on a Selkirk power play in the third

period to make the final 4-0.

    

    The Satelites now get ready for the playoffs where they will play either the Lundar Falcons or the Arborg Ice Dawgs in 

a best of three game survivor series. The Falcons have 2 games remaining, one in Fisher River on Wednesday and their 

final game of the regular season at home to the Peguis Jr.'s on Saturday. Arborg has 1 game remaining in Peguis on Friday. 

Arborg has 36 points and 17 wins while Lundar currently sits at 15 wins and 34 points.

 

Tuesday Feb. 2  Game Photos

    The Winnipeg Satelites played host to the St. Malo Warriors Tuesday night at the Billy Mosienko Arena and lost a 6-5

overtime thriller. Trailing 5-1 entering the third period the Satelites chipped away at the Warrior lead before tying the game

up at 5-5 with just 13 seconds left on the clock and their goaltender on the bench in favour of the extra attacker.

The Satelites spotted the Warriors a 2-0 first period lead with Dustin Weibe and Nolan McElroy scoring for St. Malo. Glen

Paupanekis on a one-timer from the side of the net put the Satelites on the board early in the second period to halve the 

St. Malo lead, but the Warriors then responded with 3 goals of their own in the last 10 minutes of the period, with Jared 

Magne, Jesse Freund and Bryden Johnson doing the damage. In the third and trailing 5-1 the Satelites mounted their 

comeback. Derek Ramage took a cross crease pass from Ricky Crowe and fired it home. Sean Murray cut further into the 

St. Malo lead on another setup from Crowe, then Crowe picked up his third consecutive assist as he sent Ramage in down t

he left side where he ripped a wrist shot to the top corner to draw the Satelites to within a goal of the lead. Then it was 

Satelites' Captain Bryan Mackenzie who's wrist shot through a crowd found it's way to the back of the net with 13 seconds 

left on the clock and brought the Satelites all the way back from a 5-1 third period deficit to send the game into overtime. 

In the extra period Ben Olson's screen shot from the point hit the post and went in to give the Warriors the win and the 2 points.

 

    The Satelites play their final game of the regular season next Tuesday, Feb 9 when they'll take on the Selkirk Fishermen.

Game time is 8:00PM.

They will then get ready to play the team that ends up in 4th place in the KJHL South in a best of three game survivor series.

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Saturday Jan. 30 Game Photos

    The Winnipeg Satelites picked up their 11th win of the season Saturday night with a 9-8 win over the Cross Lake

Islanders. Early on this one looked like the Satelites were going to win this one going away as they held period leads 

of 4-1 and 6-4, but the Islanders outscored the Satelites 4-3 in the final period to make the score a lot closer than it

should have been. The Satelites staked themselves to a 4-0 lead on goals by AP Eli Caparros with his first at the Jr. 

level, Scott Douglas on the power play, Parker Cassie and Frank Daniels, also a power play marker. Jameson Scott 

scored for the Islanders to make it 4-1 while Cross Lake enjoyed a man advantage. In the second, the Satelites scored

two quick goals to take a 6-1 lead with AP Braden Sargent and Cassie with his second doing the damage. Scott then

scored his second for the Islanders to make it 6-2, then Dennis Scatch scored two more Islander goals as the visitors

clawed their way to within two goals of the lead. 

Sean Murray scored early in the third to give the Satelites a 7-4 lead, but then Braedan Boschman got on track to score

his first of 3 goals on the night. Scott picked up his hat trick with his third of the night to bring the Islanders to within

a goal of the Satelites lead, but the Satelites bounced back with two of their own. Keilan Mott's shot when post in to give

the Satelites an 8-6 lead, then Ricky Crowe netted his first to give the Satelites some breathing room and a 9-6 lead.

The Islanders' Boschman then scored two shorthanded goals in the final 6 minutes to complete his hat trick bid and 

make the final 9-8 in favour of the Satelites.

 

    The Satelites next play the St. Malo Warriors at home on Tuesday Feb. 2. Game time is 8:00PM at the Mosienko Arena.

 

Tuesday Jan. 26 Game Photos

    After an 8-1 loss Friday Jan. 22 in St. Malo the Satelites returned to the friendly confines of the Billy Mosienko Arena

on Tuesday to take on the visiting Arborg Ice Dawgs and scored a well earned 4-2 win. The Ice Dawgs opened the scoring

36 seconds from the opening faceoff when Colton Davies chipped a puck past Satelite netminder Marc Hildebrand.

The Satelites just as quickly tied the game up at 1-1 24 seconds later on Derek Ramage's 12th goal of the season.

The score remained tied till the last second of the first period when with 1second left Sean Murray scored while the

Satelites enjoyed a man advantage. In the second the two sides exchanged goals with Jesse McIntosh scoring a minute

in to give the Satelites a 3-1 lead. Midway through the period Clint Torfason scored for Arborg on an Ice Dawg power

play and sent the game into the second intermission with the Satelites leading 3-2. In the third the Satelites scored

the only goal of the final frame off the stick of team captain Bryan Mackenzie to make the final 4-2.

 

The Satelites play their final three games of the season all on home ice. The Cross Lake Islanders pay their only visit

of the season to Mosienko on Saturday Jan. 30, then the Satelites host the St. Malo Warriors on Tuesday Feb. 2, followed

by a visit from the Selkirk Fishermen a week later on Tuesday Feb. 9. All games start at 8:00PM.

Tuesday Jan. 19 Game Photos

    The Winnipeg Satelites are still having trouble finding the win column in this new year as they dropped a 10-9 

decision to the visiting Lundar Falcons. Six power play goals by the Falcons did the Satelites in on this night as the 

Satelites made a continuous parade to the penalty box. The Satelites did lead in this one as the lead 3-2 after the 

opening 20 minutes.

Howard Grieves opened the scoring to give the Satelites the lead but a couple of minutes later Jason Nikkel scored on 

a Lundar power play and tied things up. Landon Gray added another power play marker for the Falcons, then Jesse 

McIntosh scored his first of four on the night to tie things up. With 43 seconds left in the period Parker Cassie scored a 

breakaway goal while the Satelites were a man short to give the Satelites the 3-2 at the first period buzzer. Early in the 

second McIntosh netted another short handed marker to put the Satelites up 4-2. A minute later the Falcons scored 

their 3rd power play goal in a row off the stick of Bryce Horning. Gray then scored his second of the game to draw the 

Falcons even with the home team, but McIntosh's third of the game put the Satelites out in front again 5-4. The Satelites 

went up 6-4 when call up Braden Sargent scored his first goal at the junior level, but again Lundar answered back when 

Breyden Turner scored to make it 6-5. Sean Murray scored to make it 7-5 Satelites but again two power play goals by the 

Falcons tied the game up at 7. Tytan Mackay made it 7-6 with Gray picking up his third to make it 7-7. Before the period 

was out though the Satelites were back out in front when McIntosh scored his fourth of the game and the Satelites took an 

8-7 lead into the third period. 

In the third Aldyn Gray scored another power play goal for the Falcons to even things up, then Horning scored his second 

of the game to give the Falcons their first lead in the game. Glen Paupanekis drew the Satelites even with under 3 minutes 

to play, but the Falcons were the first to 10 as Trent Laycock scored the game winner with 2:19 left to play. The Satelites 

pulled their goaltender in the waning moments but failed to find the equalizer.

 

The Satelites play their final road game of the regular season as they travel down the road to St. Malo on Friday for a 8:00PM 

date with the Warriors, then return home to Mosienko on Tuesday Jan. 26 where they will take on the Arborg Ice Dawgs. 

Game time is 8:00PM.

 

Saturday Jan. 16

    The Winnipeg Satelites dropped their third start in the new year, losing 9-4 to the OCN Storm. The Satelites opened the

scoring when Colin Yarchuk jammed a rebound past OCN netminder Luke Penner. The Storm then scored on two successive

breakaways, one short handed by Camacho Lathlin and the next just as the penalty expired by Lodie Ipeelie to take a

2-1 lead into the first intermission. The Storm then exploded for 5 goals in the second, Lathlin notched his second of

the game, Mitch Tilley added OCN's fourth of the game, then the wheels fell off for the Satelites when Sam McKay Jr.

scored 3 in a row while the Satelites where trying to kill off a 5 minute major penalty and a 2 minute minor. Jesse

McIntosh would close out the scoring in the period for the Satelites as the home team trailed 7-2 after 40 minutes. Justice

Genaille opened the scoring in the third to make the score 8-2, then McIntosh replied with his second of the game to

make it an 8-3  game. Lathlin then added his third of the game to complete his hat trick, then Frank Daniels closed out

the scoring by adding a Satelite power play goal late in the game, making the final 9-4 for OCN. Penner made 37 saves to

pick up the win while the Satelites' tandem of Hildebrand and Sargent combined to make 46 saves with Hildebrand 

taking the loss.

 

    The Satelites next play on Tuesday Jan. 19 where their guests will be the Lundar Falcons. Game time is 8:00PM at

the Billy Mosienko Arena.

   

Wednesday Jan. 13

    The Winnipeg Satelites were in Fisher River Wednesday night to take on the Hawks and lost 5-4. The game was a back

and forth battle with the lead changing hands several times during the game. Colin Yarchuk opened the scoring for the

Satelites with just over 7 minutes left to play in the opening period. The Hawks' Darryl Thaddeus would score 3 minutes

later to send the game into the first intermission tied at 1-1. Midway through the second Jordan Turney would give the

Satelites a 2-1 lead but Dalton Woodhouse would score and tie things up for the Hawks and the second period again

ended in a draw. In the third period Fisher River took their first lead when Johnny Beaulieu scored early in the third

period. The Satelites came back to tie when Glen Paupanekis scored on a break away, they then retook the lead when

Jesse McIntosh's shot found the back of the net. With 2:15 left in the game Brennan Cochrane scored for the Hawks

to tie the game at 4-4, then a minute later Beaulieu found the net for the second time in the game, giving the Hawks

a 5-4 lead and the win.

    The Satelites next game is at home on Saturday Jan. 16 when the take on the OCN Storm. Game time is 8:00PM

at the Billy Mosienko Arena.

 

Tuesday Jan. 5  Game Photos

    The Winnipeg Satelites started the New Year with another loss as they dropped a 7-3 decision to the Peguis Juniors

Tuesday night at Mosienko. Peguis held a 2-0 lead after 20 minutes of play with the goals coming from Theoren Spence

and Dylan Stevenson. The Juniors extended their lead to 5-0 in the second scoring 3 times in a two minutes span after

just killing off a 5 on 3 shorthanded situation. The Peguis goals coming of the sticks of  Montana Tanner, Christian

Cochrane and Spence with his second of the game. The Satelites finally got on the score board in the third period with

Jesse McIntosh netting his first of the night. Peguis answered that with Stevenson's second, the McIntosh bagged his

second on the night. The Satelites' Kyle Pache made it 6-3 scoring on a nice individual effort, then Stevenson closed

out the scoring and completed his hat trick with a short handed goal. Keifer Tacan picked up the win for Peguis with

32 saves to his credit, while the tandem of Marc Hildebrand and Derick Vinsky combine to make 36 saves with

Hildebrand taking the loss for the Satelites.

 

The Satelites next take to the ice at home on Saturday Jan. 16 when they play host to the OCN Storm, Game time is 8:00PM.

 

 

Saturday Dec. 19

    The Winnipeg Satelites game vs. the Norway House Northstars for Saturday Dec. 19 at the Billy Mosienko

Arena was cancelled due to player illness and other issues.

Friday Dec. 18

    The Satelites lost 4-1 to the Lundar Falcons Friday night in Lundar. The two teams played through a scoreless

first 20 minutes, then midway through the second the Satelites Keilan Mott scored to give the Satelites a 1-0 lead.

Three minutes later while enjoying a man advantage the Falcons' Storm Swan evened things up. Landen Gray added

another for Lundar as they took a 2-1 lead into the second intermission. The Falcons went ahead 3-1 with 5 minutes

left to play in the third on Bryce Horning's short handed breakaway goal, then Gray closed out the scoring with just

under 3 minutes to go. Travis Ridgen stopped 23 of 24 shots to earn the win for Lundar while Marc Hildebrand took

the loss for the Satelites, making 36 saves in the process.

Tuesday Dec. 15

    The Winnipeg Satelites eked out another win Tuesday by edging the Arborg Ice Dawgs 3-2 in a shoot out. The Satelites

lead 1-0 after the first period with Sean Murray collecting his first goal of the season. The Satelites extended their lead

to 2-0 in the second on a goal from Jesse McIntosh and held that lead until the second intermission. In the third the

Ice Dawgs came back to tie the game on goals by Ryan Pochailo and Cory Kuldys to send the game into overtime. The

5 minute 4on4 session solved nothing so the two teams went to the shoot out. The Satelites scored once in the shoot

out, a goal by Glen Paupanekis, and it was good enough as Satelite netminder Derick Vinsky stopped all three Ice

Dawg shooters to claim the win for the home team. Vinsky stopped 34 shots in total to earn the victory while Jon

Narverud made 45 saves in earning the Ice Dawgs a tie and a point in the standings.

 

    The Satelites take to the road again on Friday when they're in Lundar to take on the Falcons, they then return home

for a Saturday night encounter with the Norway House Northstars before shutting down for the Christmas break.

 

Saturday/Sunday, Dec. 12 & 13

    The Winnipeg Satelites were on the road for a pair of games this past weekend with stops in OCN on Saturday and

Peguis on Sunday afternoon.

    In Peguis the Juniors jumped out to a 2-0 lead after the first period on goals by Waylon Neault and Shaquille Houle. In

the second period the Satelites would answer back with two goals of their own from Brett Stardom and Glen Paupanekis.

Before the period was over though the Juniors regained their lead when Dylan Stevenson scored to make it a 3-2 game 

through 40 minutes of play. In the third the Satelites would again tie the score up, this time on Keilan Mott's first of the

year. Neault would eventually notch the game winner with his second of the game to put the Juniors up 4-3. Houle

would add an empty netter in the final seconds to make the final 5-3. Trent Sargent got the start in goal for the Satelites

and finished with 39 saves in taking the loss. Keifer Tacan made 36 saves to record the win for the Juniors.

    In OCN on Saturday night the Satelites accomplished something no one else has been able to do this season and

that is take two points away from the OCN Storm on home ice as the visitors skated away with a 6-2 victory. Glen

Paupanekis opened the scoring in the last 5 minutes of the first period, but the Storm's Aavory Wilkie scored with

just over a minute left to play to send the game tied at one into the first intermission. In the second the two sides

traded goals again with Paupanekis scoring for the Satelites and Tyrel Buechert replying for the Storm. After that it

was all Satelites as they rattled off 3 more goals before the second intermission. Bryan MacKenzie scored to bread the

deadlock,  then Colin Yarchuk scored to make it 4-2, and Mason Klawis added another with 2 second left in the period.

Brett Stardom scored the games final goal in quite a bizarre fashion. He picked up a rebound after Howard Grieves'

point shot and fired it on net, the puck then went high in the air. A Storm defensemen tried to swat the puck out

of the way but unintentionally tossed it into his own net. Marc Hildebrand made 26 saves to pick up the win while

Luke Penner stopped 38 of 44 Satelite shots in taking the loss. 

 

 

Tuesday Dec. 8

    The Winnipeg Satelites picked up their sixth win of the season Tuesday night at Mosienko, edging the Selkirk Fishermen

3-2 in a shoot out. The Satelites held a 1-0 lead after 20 minutes of play. Colin Yarchuk gave the Satelites the 1-0 lead

after taking a stretch pass from Howard Grieves and breaking in alone and snapping one past the Selkirk netminder. The

Satelites extended their lead to 2-0 on Kyle Pache's first of the season and held that lead to the 40 minute mark. The Selkirk

Fishermen got on the board early in the third period on a goal from Karl Fey that just trickled through Satelite netminder

Trent Sargent's pads. The Satelites managed to hang on to the one goal lead until the dying seconds, then the Fishermen

pulled their goaltender for an extra attacker and Milan Horanski scored to tie the game up at 2-2 with just 11 seconds

left on the clock. The five minute 4 on 4 overtime session solved nothing so the game went to the shoot out. 

    The Satelites shot first with Colin Yarchuk scoring. Jeremy Pachkowski then went for the Fishermen and missed. Glen

Paupanekis shot second for the Satelites and scored with a nifty move that went 5hole. Milan Horanski shot second

for the Fishermen and scored with a shot to the top shelf. With two scores already counting the Satelites' Kyle Pache

could end it and did with a quick wrist shot over the Selkirk 'tenders glove.

    Making his first start in goal for the Satelites was Trent Sargent. The West K Wolverine product made 39 saves in his 

debut to pick up his first win as a Junior. Jordan Liske played much of the game for the Fishermen and stopped 37 of the

39 shots he faced.

 

The Satelites next two games are on the road. Saturday night they will be in OCN to face the Storm, and on Sunday

afternoon they'll make a stop in Peguis to take on the Juniors.

 

Friday Dec. 4

    Friday night in St. Malo the Winnipeg Satelites 2 game win streak came to a halt as the Warriors doubled up the Satelites

6-3. The Warrior lead 1-0 after 20 minutes of play with Jared Magne opening the scoring. The Satelites tied the game up

at 1-1 early in the second on Jesse McIntosh's first of the game, then the Warrior's Bryden Johnson notched his first

to restore St. Malo's one goal lead. The Satelites would again tie the game up on McIntosh's second of the game only to

see Johnson restore the Warrior lead on the power play and take a 3-2 lead into the second intermission. The Warriors

then scored 2 quick goals in the third to take a 5-2 lead. Riley Hunter scored to make it 4-2, then Jordy Hill gave the

home side a 5-2 lead. The Satelites did fire back one more time on a goal by Glen Paupanekis, but then penalties took

away any chance of the visitors mounting a comeback. Jesse Freud capped things off for the Warriors adding the

Warrior's 6th goal of the game with 30 seconds remaining.

 

    The Satelites return to the ice on Tuesday Dec. 8 when the Selkirk Fishermen pay a visit to the Mosienko Arena.

Game time is 8:00PM

 

Tuesday Dec. 1

    The Winnipeg Satelites won for the second time in as many outings Tuesday night at the Mosienko Arena, downing the

St. Malo Warriors 6-1. After a scoreless opening period, the Warriors' Riley Hunter opened the scoring to give St. Malo the 

lead, but the Satelites answered right back less than 2 minutes later to tie the game up at one on Jarrett Wood's first of the 

season. The Satelites then took the lead in the waning seconds of the opening period on Glen Paupanekis' first of the game.

The Satelites put the game away in the third period scoring 4 unanswered goals. Colin Yarchuk scored his first of the game,

followed by Paupanekis' second, Howard Grieves then picked up his first of the season into an empty net before Yarchuk

closed out the scoring with his second of the game in the final minute, making the final 6-1 Satelites.

 

    The Satelites will play a return visit to St. Malo on Friday night, then return home on Tuesday Dec. 8 to take on the

Selkirk Fishermen. Game time is 8:00PM.

 

Saturday Nov.28

    The Winnipeg Satelites found the win column Saturday night in Lundar as the they skated away

with a hard fought 5-3 win. The Satelites came back after trailing twice, once from a 2-0 deficit and

then a 3-2 deficit before finally scoring the go-ahead goal. The Falcons staked themselves to a 2-0

lead on goals by Aldyn Gray and Cody Paul and carried that lead to the first intermission. In the

second the Satelites' Colin Yarchuk scored on a nice redirect of a Scott Douglas point shot, then

Jesse McIntosh tied the game at two five minutes later. The Falcons regained their lead late in the

period on a Mason Medeiros tally and took a 3-2 lead into the final period. The third period belonged

to the Satelites as they scored 3 unanswered goals to claim their fourth win this season. Yarchuk

netted his second of the game to tie things up, then McIntosh picked up his second, this one while

the Satelites were a man short. Glen Paupanekis would add an empty netter to make the final 5-3.

Marc Hildebrand earned the Satelites Player of the Game Award, stopping 48 of the 51 shots he faced.

Randy Quick took the loss for the Falcons, making 26 saves on the night.

 

Tuesday Nov. 24

    The Winnipeg Satelites just can't seem to find a way to win this season as they dropped a 7-3

decision to the Lundar Falcons Tuesday night at Mosienko. Falling to a 3-1 deficit the Satelites fought

back to tie the game at 3-3 going into the final period. They then gave up 4 goals to the Falcons in the 

third period and suffered there 13th loss of the season. Jason Nikkel, Bryce Horning and Breyden Turner

all scored for the Falcons in the first period with Derek Ramage replying for the Satelites. The Satelites

scored twice in the second off the the sticks of Jesse McIntosh and Glen Paupanekis to tie the game up

after 40 minutes of play. In the third it was all Lundar as Cody Paul, on a power play, Mason Medeiros,

Horning with his second of the game and Trent Laycock scored to seal the win.

 

The Satelites pay a return visit to Lundar on Saturday to face the Falcons. Game time is 8:00PM.

 

Sunday Nov. 22

    The Winnipeg Satelites road woes continued Sunday night in Selkirk, as they dropped a 3-1 decision

to the Fishermen. Tyndall Fontaine scored a first period power play goal to give the Fish a 1-0 lead

that they carried to the first intermission. Milan Horanski scored early in the second to put Selkirk

up 2-0, but then midway through the period Jesse McIntosh scored an unassisted power play goal

to give the Satelites some life. With a man advantage, the Satelites fought hard for the equalizer but

the Fishermen extended their lead to 3-1 with a short handed goal from Dylan Painchaud-Niemi late 

in the period. Neither side could find the back of the net in the third period so the 3-1 score stood

at the final buzzer. Riley Bannerman picked up the win for the Fishermen stopping 26 of 27 Satelite

shots. Marc Hildebrand kept the Satelites in it with a 41 save performance.

 

    The Satelites are back on home ice on Tuesday Nov. 24 when they play host to the Lundar Falcons.

Game time is 8:00PM at the Billy Mosienko Arena.

 

Friday Nov. 20

    The Winnipeg Satelites suffered another road loss on Friday night falling 4-2 to the Arborg

Ice Dawgs. The first period ended in a 1-1 tie with Nico Morrow-Litke opening the scoring. The

Satelites answered back just over a minute later when Colin Yarchuk fired home a loss puck from

in front of the Arborg net. In the second Clint Torfason restored the Ice Dawgs one goal lead only

to see the Satelites' Glen Paupanekis answer right back, scoring on a great individual effort. The

Ice Dawgs continued their attack and Spencer Kilbrei scored the eventual game winner with 12

minutes left in the second period. Torfason added his second of the game late in the third to salt

away the victory. 

    Jon Narverud made 45 saves to earn the win for the Ice Dawgs while Marc Hildebrand stopped 

41 of 45 shots in the Satelite loss.

 

    Next up for the Satelites is a Sunday night encounter with the Selkirk Fishermen at the Selkirk

Rec. Complex. Game time is 7:30PM.

    

Tuesday Nov. 17  Game Photos, Game Pix & Video

    The Winnipeg Satelites played host to the division leading St. Malo Warriors Tuesday night

at Mosienko and lost 4-2. The Warriors lead 1-0 after the first 20 minutes on a goal by Riley

Hunter. The Warriors went up 2-0 early in the second on Hunter's second of the game, then the

Satelites rallied scoring twice to tie the game at 2-2. Parker Cassie scored on a break away to make

it 2-1, then Scott Douglas' point blast tied the game at 2-2. Before the period was out though Bryden

Johnson put the Warriors back in front with a power play goal with just over 3 minutes left in the 

middle period. Hunter scored the lone goal of the third period to collect his hat trick and make the

final 4-2 Warriors.

    Jordan Taylor made 32 saves to preserve the Warriors 8th victory of the season. Derick Vinsky put

up a valiant effort in a losing cause making 40 saves on the night.

 

    The Satelites next two games are once again on the road. Friday they're in Arborg to take on the Ice

Dawgs, then Sunday they travel up the road to Selkirk to take on the Fishermen. They then return home

on Tuesday Nov. 24 where they'll host the Lundar Falcons. Game time is 8:00PM at the Mosienko Arena.

 

Nov. 14 & 15

    The Winnipeg Satelites split their two games up north this weekend. They defeated the Norway

House Northstars 9-6 Sunday afternoon, and fell 9-5 to the Cross Lake Islanders Saturday night.

In Norway House the Satelites scored 3 times in the first. Kyle Grand opened the scoring, followed

by Parker Cassie and Glen Paupanekis. Scoring for the Northstars in the first were Mitchell Muskego

and Jeremy Folster. In the second period the Satelites again scored three times. Derek Ramage with

his first of the game, Scott Douglas and Colin Yarchuk all found the scoreboard in the middle frame.

Sam McKay and Elvis Balfour Jr. each scored for Norway House to make the score 6-4 Satelites after

40 minutes of play. The Satelites again outscored the Northstars 3-2 in the third period. Paupanekis

picked up his second goal of the game, as did Ramage. Mason Klawis added an empty netter in the

final seconds to ice the Satelites first road win of the season. Scoring in the third for the Northstars

were Darian Sinclair and Conley Spence.

    Derick Vinsky collected his second win of the season making 33 saves in the game. His counterpart

Jarrod Gore made 52 saves in taking the loss for the home side.

    Player of the game for the Satelites was Glen Paupanekis.

 

    On Saturday the Satelites looked out of it after 20 minutes of play as they were down 5-3 at the first 

intermission. They were down 6-4 after 40 minutes and got as close at 6-5 early in the third before the

Islanders ran off 3 unanswered goals in the final 10 minutes to skate away with the 9-5 win. Scoring 

for the Satelites was Glen Paupanekis and Jesse McIntosh each with two goal games and Jordan Turney, 

who picked up his first. Kenley Monias lead the Cross Lake Islanders with 3 goals to go along with 2 assists. 

Austin Ross and Trent North each added two with singles coming from Braedan Boschman and Jameson 

Scott .

 

The Satelites next game is on home ice vs. the St. Malo Warriors on Tuesday Nov. 17. Game time is 8:00PM

 

 
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