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2017 Fall Tryouts

The Winnipeg Satelites 2017-2018 try outs will commence on Tuesday Sept. 12 and run through to Thursday Oct. 4.

We will also take a good look at any player arriving past those dates and throughout the season till Feb. 15.

*A note to players trying out, you are still required to wear the same protective equipment you wore last year, a helmet with cage or full visor,  neck protection and mouth guard.  You can only use a half visor once you sign a junior player card.

Any questions, please contact us at:

winnipegsatelites@live.ca

Link to Forms:

Registration Form

Training Camp Schedule

Please note, schedule has been updated. 7/26/2017

 

Saturday Sept. 23,2017

    The Winnipeg Satelites faced of against the Arborg Ice Dawgs in exhibition action in Gimli Saturday night with the two sides battling to a 4-4 overtime draw. The Ice Dawgs scored the only goal of the first period when Karson Collins scored at the 11:10 mark.

    The Ice Dawgs extended their lead to 2-0 two minutes into the second period on a Tristen Hudson marker. Nathan Jones put the Satelites on the board with a nice wrist shot to the top corner, then Eli Caparros jammed the puck past the post to tie the score at 2-2. The game didn't remain tied for long when a minute later Cal Finnson stole an errant pass and slipped it past the Satelites netminder.

   Arborg carried the two goal lead to the final minutes of the game. Then, with the Satelites on a power play and the goalie pulled for an extra attacker Caparros netted his second of the game to make the score 4-3. With just .074 seconds left on the clock and again with their net empty the Satelites scored the tying goal with Nic Doerksen's shot finding the back of the net.

    The 4 on 4 overtime session solved nothing and the teams decided to leave the game a draw.

     The goaltending tandem of Derick Vinsky and MacLeod Simpson were in the nets for the Satelites with Simpson picking up the W. Joey Fratantorio and Clayton Nichols tended the nets for the Ice Dawgs with Nichols getting tagged for the loss. There was no shot count available for this game.

   The Satelites and the Ice Dawgs do it all over again Tuesday night Sept. 26 at 8:00 at the Billy Mosienko Arena.

Tuesday Sept. 19, 2017  Game Pix

     The Winnipeg Satelites started off the 2017-18 exhibition season with a thrilling come from behind 6-5 win in overtime over the visiting Selkirk Fishermen. The Fishermen opened the scoring at the 9:54 mark of the first period on Mac Playford's short handed goal. The Fishermen would add two more goals in the period off the sticks of Brady Thompson and Drayton Mendrun and take a 3-0 lead into the first intermission.

   In the second Parker Cassie scored to put the Satelites on the board at the 12:30 mark, this was followed up by a Payton Boguski power play marker a few minutes later. The Fishermen would extend their lead to 4-2 late in the period with Juliano Garcia finding the mark.

    In the third the Fishermen scored another short handed goal when Mendrun notched his second of the game. Eli Caparros would make the score 5-3 Fishermen when he banged home a loose puck that was sitting at the side of the net. Almost 5 minutes later Cassie scored his second of the game to make it a 1 goal game at 5-4 in favour of the Fishermen, then with 3:50 left in the game Boguski scored his second of the game to even the score at 5-5.

   In the 4 on 4 overtime session Drey Fontaine took a pass at the top of the circle and hammered home the game winner past the outstretched glove of the Selkirk netminder to give the Satelites the 6-5 overtime win.

  The Satelites' tandem of Shadow Cann and Brendan Herring combined to stop 29 shots on goal with Herring picking up the win. For Selkirk it was Austin Deboer and Riley Bannerman combining to make 28 saves with Bannerman getting tagged with the loss.

    The Satelites next game is Saturday, on the road in Gimli vs. the Arborg Ice Dawgs, game time is 7:30PM at the Gimli Arena. The Satelites then return home to play the back end of the home and home series Tuesday night at Billy Mosienko Arena. Game time is 8:00PM.

 

 

 

 

    

 

 

 

 

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