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Game 1, CRJHL Finals

Dates to be announced.

Winnipeg Satelites vs.

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For the CRJHL Championship!

 

CRJHL Scholarships

Attention CRJHL players attending University, Community College or Trades Apprenticeship Programs:

The CRJHL is offering 1 $500 and 2 $250 scholarships this year to players who have played at least to years in the league.  The player must meet all the requirements and receive a letter of support from their team. Scholarship forms are available online on the CRJHL Website.

Scholarship applications must be received by the league by

March 31, 2019

Tuesday March 19, 2019

The Winnipeg Satelites eliminated the Arborg Ice Dawgs from further playoff action Tuesday night at the Billy Mosienko Arena with a 4-0 shut out victory in Game 6 of their best of 7 game series.

Kenton Brass stopped all 29 shots he faced in backstopping the Satelites to victory. Scoring for the Satelites were Parker Cassie in the first, Brett Williams and Braden Zamrykut with power play goals in the second period and Eli Caparros icing the victory late in the third period.

The Satelites now await the winner of the Selkirk Fishermen/Lundar Falcons series, who they will play for the inaugural Capital Region Jr. Hockey League Championship. That series is currently tied at 2 games apiece with game 5 Saturday in Selkirk and game 6 Saturday in Lundar. Game 7 if needed will be played Tuesday night in Selkirk.

Saturday March 16, 2019

After 2 successive losses to the Arborg Ice Dawgs, 6-3 in Arborg and 2-0 at home, the Winnipeg Satelites were back in the win column with a 5-2 victory in Arborg Saturday night to take a 3 games to 2 advantage is their best of 7 game series.

Kevin Budd scored the first two goals of the game for the Satelites to give them a 2-0 lead. The Ice Dawgs pushed back in the final minutes of the period with Colton Davies capitalizing on the power play and Derric Gulay scoring the equalizer with 1:38 left till the first intermission.

Parker Cassie scored at 7:31 of the second to put the Satelites ahead and Brett Williams would later add a power play goal to give the Satelites a 4-2 lead after 40 minutes of play.

In the third period the Satelites held the Ice Dawgs of the score sheet with the only goal of the period being an empty netter scored by Derian Emes with 9 seconds left to play.

Kenton Brass got the start and the win for the Satelites stopping 32 of 34 shots to backstop the visitors to the win. Tre Strachan again tended the pipes for Arborg, stopping 29 of 33 Satelites' shots in a losing cause.

Game 6 heads back to the Billy Mosienko Arena on Tuesday night with an 8:00PM start time.

 

Tuesday March 5, 2019

The Winnipeg Satelites edged the Arborg Ice Dawgs 3-2 Tuesday night to take a 2-0 series lead in their best of 7 game semi-final series. The Ice Dawgs opened the scoring at the 9 minute mark of the first period with call up Cadrick Dueck doing the damage. The Satelites tied the game up at 1-1 when Kevin Budd one timed Mitch Klippenstein's centering pass past the Arborg netminder. Just over 2 minutes later Brayden Clarke scored to give the Satelites a 2-1 at the first intermission.

Colton Davies would tie the game up in the final minutes of the second period with the Ice Dawgs enjoying the man advantage.

The Satelites would take the lead at the 10:44 mark of the third period on an Eli Caparros goal and then hung on till the final buzzer.

Kenton Brass got the start and the win stopping 31 shots on route to victory. Tre Strachan was between the pipes for the Ice Dawgs and made 30 in a losing cause.

Game 3 moves back to Arborg on Saturday March 9, game time is 7:30 PM.

Saturday March 2, 2019

The Winnipeg Satelites and the Arborg Ice Dawgs began their best of 7 semi-final playoff series Saturday night in Arborg with the Satelites skating away with a 5-2 victory. The Satelites opened the scoring with Nathan Jones banging home a rebound to give the Satelites a 1-0 lead. With time running out in the opening frame Colton Davies  flipped a rebound past the Satelites netminder to tie the game up going into the first intermission.

In the second the Ice Dawgs took the lead when Ethan Chwaliboga capitalized on an Arborg power play. The Satelites tied the game up at 2-2 with Jones' second of the game, then the Satelites took the lead for good when Brayden Clarke's wrist shot was too hot to handle as the rebound bounced over the Arborg goaltender. Braden Sargent would make it 4-2 Satelites when his point shot snuck through the 6-hole. Parker Cassie scored the only goal in the final period to give the Satelites the 5-2 win and a 1-0 lead in the best of 7 series.

Kenton Brass got the start and the win backstopping the Satelites with a 31 save performance. Tre Strachan made 41 saves on the night in taking the loss for Arborg.

The two sides go at it again on Tuesday March 5 at the Billy Mosienko Arena. Game time is 8:00PM

Elsewhere in the league the St. Malo Warriors and the Lundar Falcons are in the middle of the Survivor Series with each team having won a game each. Lundar won Friday night in St. Malo with a 5-4 five period victory. St. Malo evened things up with a 5-3 win in Lundar Saturday night. A winner take all game 3 goes Sunday back in St. Malo.

 

   

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