Winnipeg Satelites 50/50 Hockey Donation Fundraiser: Entrants
Tuesday Nov. 24
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
third period and
suffered there 13th loss of the season. Jason Nikkel, Bryce Horning and Breyden
all scored for the
Falcons in the first period with Derek Ramage replying for the Satelites. The
scored twice in the
second off the the sticks of Jesse McIntosh and Glen Paupanekis to tie the game
after 40 minutes of
play. In the third it was all Lundar as Cody Paul, on a power play, Mason
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
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
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.
Satelites are back on home ice on Tuesday Nov. 24 when they play host to the
Game time is 8:00PM at
the Billy Mosienko Arena.
Friday Nov. 20
Winnipeg Satelites suffered another road loss on Friday night falling 4-2 to the
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.
Narverud made 45 saves to earn the win for the Ice Dawgs while Marc Hildebrand
41 of 45 shots in the
up for the Satelites is a Sunday night encounter with the Selkirk Fishermen at
Rec. Complex. Game time
Tuesday Nov. 17
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Winnipeg Satelites played host to the division leading St. Malo Warriors Tuesday
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
scoring twice to tie the game at 2-2. Parker Cassie scored on a break away to
it 2-1, then Scott
Douglas' point blast tied the game at 2-2. Before the period was out though
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.
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
Winnipeg Satelites split their two games up north this weekend. They defeated
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
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
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.
for the Satelites was
Glen Paupanekis and Jesse McIntosh each with two goal games and Jordan
who picked up his first.
Kenley Monias lead the Cross Lake Islanders with 3 goals to go along with 2
Austin Ross and Trent
North each added two with singles coming from Braedan Boschman and Jameson
The Satelites next game
is on home ice vs. the St. Malo Warriors on Tuesday Nov. 17. Game time is 8:00PM
Tuesday Nov. 10 Game
Winnipeg Satelites fell 3-2 to the Lundar Falcons Tuesday night at the Mosienko
The Satelites lead 1-0 after the
first period with Derek Ramage capitalizing on a Satelite power
play. Byron Spence tied the game up
for the Falcons early in the second period, then Tanner
Hepp scored for Lundar to give the
visitors a 2-1 lead. The Satelites tied the game up less than
a minute later when Kyle Grand picked
up a lose rebound from around the net and fired in home.
The second period would end in a 2-2
tie. Early in the third Bryce Horning scored what proved
out to be the game winner, finding a
lose puck in front of the net and slid it over the goal line.
Travis Ridgen got the start and the
win for the Falcons stopping 35 of 37 Satelite shots. Marc
Hildebrand took the loss for the
Satelites, making 28 saves on the night.
The Satelites head
out on the road for a pair of games in Cross Lake and Norway House on
the weekend, then return home to face
the St. Malo Warriors on Tuesday Nov. 17.
Game time is 8:00PM at the Billy
Saturday Nov. 8
Winnipeg Satelites suffered their first lopsided loss in quite a long time
9-1to the Selkirk
Fishermen. The Satelites opened the scoring 20 into the opening period when
Glen Paupanekis scored
on a breakaway opportunity. The remaining 59 minutes of the game
belonged to Selkirk. The
Fish scored 4 times in the first period, twice in the second and added
3 more in the third
period. The Fishermen were lead by Jeremy Pachkowsky who scored 3 times
in the game. The other
six goals were all singles, scored by Drayton Mendrun, Jay Muller, Michael
Kowalchuk, Kale Ilchena a Milan Horanski.
Bannerman picked up the win for the Fish stopping 29 of 30 shots. The tandem of
Hildebrand and Derick
Vinsky combined to stop 36 of 45 shots with Hildebrand taking the loss.
Satelites next game is at home on Tuesday Nov. 10 when the face of against the
Game time is 8:00PM.
Friday Nov. 7
Winnipeg Satelites were in Lundar Friday night to take on the Falcons and lost a
6-5 decision. The two
teams exited the first period in a 1-1 tie. Derek Ramage gave the Satelites
a 1-0 lead as the
Satelites capitalized on a power play. Two minutes later the Falcon's Byron
evened things up after
finding a loose rebound in front of the Satelites net. The Falcons outscored
the Satelites in the
second frame four goals to two as they lead 5-3 going into the second
Bryce Horning gave the
home team a 2-1 lead early in the second, then Landen Gray made it 3-1 a
few minutes later on a
Falcon power play. Bryan MacKenzie then answered back for the Satelites to
draw the visitors to
within a goal of the lead, but then two goals by Cody Paul put the home side up
5-2. With the seconds
ticking off in the middle frame Ramage netted his second of the game to make
the score 5-3. In the
third period the Satelites fought back to tie the game up at 5-5 with MacKenzie
notching his second of
the game and Frank Daniels with his first of the season on a Satelite power
The game was settled
with 2:45 left in the third when William Eikel scored the game winner for
The Satelites are back
in action tonight when they travel to Selkirk to take on the South division
Fishermen. Game time is
7:30PM at the Selkirk Rec. Complex.
Tuesday Nov. 3 Game
Winnipeg Satelites finally got back in the win column Tuesday night at the
by edging the Fisher
River Hawks 6-5. The Satelites opened the scoring when Derek Ramage drove
home a rebound to give
the Satelites a 1-0 while the home team enjoyed a man advantage. The lead
was short-lived though
as the Hawks answered back with one of their own of the stick of Evan Thickfoot.
The Satelites quickly
regained their lead 8 seconds later with Colin Yarchuk finding the back of the
net. Jesse McIntosh then
gave the Satelites a 3-1 lead with just over six minutes left till the first
intermission. In the
second the Satelites extended their lead to 5-1 on two consecutive short-handed
goals, the first was
scored by Glen Paupanekis, then just over a minute later Parker Cassie would add
the other on the same
penalty kill. The Hawks would eventually make the score 5-2 later in the period
when Ty Stevens scored
just as their power play opportunity expired. In the third and final period Josh
Beaulieu and Gavin Mason
and scored early goals 12 seconds apart to draw the visitors to within a
goal of the Satelites'
lead, but then Cassie scored his second of the game to give the Satelites a 6-4
and a little breathing
room. That goal would eventually hold up to be the game winner as Beaulieu would
pick up his second of
the game a couple of minutes later. The Satelites managed to bear down enough to
hold off the Hawk's
attack to earn themselves a 6-5 victory.
Derick Vinsky earned his first victory at the junior level, stopping 34 of 39
shots. Jarrett Hogue
took the loss for the
Hawks stopping 42 shots of the 48 he faced.
Satelites head back out on the road for two games, making stops in Lundar on
Friday and Selkirk
Saturday night. They
then return home on Tuesday Nov. 10 when the play host to the Lundar Falcons.
Wednesday Oct. 28
Winnipeg Satelites struggles to find the win column again continued Wednesday
in Arborg as the
Satelites fell to the Ice Dawgs 7-5. The two sides were tied at 2-2 exiting the
first period. Derek
Ramage gave the Satelites a 1-0 lead early in the first on a nice individual
effort. The Ice Dawgs
got on the board late in the first when Colton Davies scored to tie the game
at 1-1, a minute later
Cory Kuldys gave the Ice Dawgs a one goal lead, but before the period was out,
Ramage notched his
second of the game to tie the score up going into the first intermission. In the
second period Nico
Morrow-Litke gave the Ice Dawgs a one goal lead, but the Satelites answered
with two of their own,
the first from Parker Cassie with his first, then Kyle Grand rung one off the
and in to give the
Satelites a 4-3 lead after 40 minutes of play.
Early in the third the
Satelites extended their lead to 5-3 with Glen Paupanekis getting in on the
The lead didn't last
long though as the home team scored three goals in quick succession to take
6-5 lead. Spencer
Kilbrei started the outburst, followed by goals from Connor Jonasson and Travis
Cory Kuldys would add an
empty netter late in the game to make the final 7-5 in favour of the Ice Dawgs.
The Satelites finally
get to play another home game when they take on the Fisher River Hawks on
Tuesday, Nov. 3. Game
time is 8:00PM at the Billy Mosienko Arena.
Sunday Oct. 25
Winnipeg Satelites dropped another road game Sunday night, this one a 4-2 loss
to the Selkirk
Fishermen. The Satelites trailed 2-0 after the first period as Jeremy
Pachkowsky scored both
Selkirk goals. The Satelites got on the board just past the
midway point of the
second period when Jesse McIntosh scored an unassisted goal.
The Fishermen got that
one back late in the period when Griffin Steeves notched his
first of the game.
Steeves scored his second early in the third period to put the home
side up 4-1. The
Satelites got a little closer when Derek Ramage scored on a breakaway
to bring the visitors to
within two of the lead, but that's as close as they got.
Jordan Liske made 20
saves to record the win, Marc Hildebrand made 28 saves in a
KJHL Scholarship Award
The Winnipeg Satelites are pleased to announce that Kevin Haines has been
awarded one of
two 2014-15 KJHL Scholarship awards handed out by the Keystone Jr. Hockey
enrolled in the Faculty of Kinesiology and Recreation Management at the U of M
and plans to
graduate studies in chiropractic.