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Tuesday Oct. 15

The Winnipeg Satelites fell 3-2 to the Arborg Ice Dawgs Tuesday night at Mosienko Arena. The two teams played to a scoreless tie through 20 minutes of play. In the second Arborg capitalized on the power play to go up 1-0, then the Satelites' Eli Caparros would even the score at 1-1 on an even strength goal midway through the period. In the third period Caparros put the Satelites in front with his second of the game, but the lead was short-lived when Theoren Sumner scored a short handed goal less than a minute later. Daron Monkman scored the go ahead goal in the last 5 minutes and it stood up as the game winner.

Michael Merpaw got the start and the win in the Arborg nets making 29 saves enroute to the victory. Brandon Kowalchuk stopped 31 shoots in taking the loss.

The Satelites were supposed to play the Lundar Falcons on Friday in Lundar but the game is postponed as the Manitoba Hydro crews have set up their base of operations in the Lundar Arena parking lot as they go about repairing all the downed power lines in the Interlake area. The arena kitchen will be used to prepare meals for all the workers.

 

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The Winnipeg Satelites faced off against the Selkirk Fishermen in their season opener and dropped a tough 3-2 decision in overtime. The two teams battled to a scoreless draw through the first 20 minutes. In the second Selkirk's Dawson Courchene opened the scoring while the Fishermen enjoyed a 2 man advantage. With 5 minutes left in the period Reis Wasmuth cashed in a rebound to tie thinks up at 1-1 going into the second intermission. In the third Selkirk's Jordan Simko scored to make it 2-1, then with time running out the Satelites pulled their goaltender for a 6 on 4 advantage and capitalized when Brett Williams scored with 50 seconds left in the game.

In overtime the Satelites had their best chance to win it when they rang one off the post but they eventually got hemmed in their zone for at least the last few minutes with Simko potting the game winner.

Selkirk goaltender Brendan Hocaluk got the start and the win on way to a 32 save performance in 63.27 minutes of work. Josh Anderson took the loss for the Satelites stopping 35 of 38 Selkirk shots in earning a point for the Satelites

The Satelites take to the road with a game in St. Malo Friday night, weather permitting, then return home to take on the Arborg Ice Dawgs Tuesday Oct. 15 at 8PM.

 

 

 

 

 

   

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