Tuesday Oct. 28
The Winnipeg Satelites continued their winning ways on Tuesday night at the
as they doubled up the Arborg Ice Dawgs 6-3. The Satelites opened the scoring 12
opening faceoff when Brendan Hapin lifted a wrist shot over the outstretched
Arborg netminder. The Ice Dawgs would quickly rebound scoring twice in the next
Cal Finnson and Zach Gibson did the damage in the first period for the Ice
a 2-1 after 20 minutes of play.
In the second the Satelites would tie the game up at 2-2 when Mathew Carrey
loose puck from around the crease. The Ice Dawgs regained their lead a couple of
Jesse Chupka scored to put the Ice Dawgs up 3-2. The Satelites would tie things
time on Vinny Carriere's power play marker, then take the lead when Kevin Haines
while the Satelites were a man short to give the Satelites a 4-3 lead going into
The Satelites put the game away in the third period with two unanswered goals.
Haines' second of the game while the Satelites were on the power play and the
goal of the night went to Kyle Grand who found himself facing an empty net with
half left to play in the game.
Satelite goaltender Marc Hildebrand picked up his 4th win of the season stopping
23 of 26
shots. Travis Schalk went the distance for Arborg making 30 saves on the night.
In other league action Tuesday night in the KJHL the Peguis Juniors scored a
over the expansion Fisher River Hawks in Peguis. Tyler Woodhouse lead Peguis
with three goals
William Houle, Brennan Cochrane, Tyler McKay and Darryl Flett added two apiece.
the leading point getter with six (1-5), followed by Devon Garson who picked up
the game. Jarrod Smith got the start and the win for the Juniors stopping 16 of
Bruyere and Dakota Johnson split the goaltending duties with Bruyere stopping 33
shots in 50
minutes of work. Johnson finished the game stopping 6 of the 9 shots he faced.
Saturday Oct. 25
The Winnipeg Satelites downed the Peguis Juniors 5-4 in Peguis Saturday night.
the first period with a 2-0 lead thanks to a power play goal from Scott Douglas
marker from Sean Murray. Murray then scored the lone goal of the second period
give the Satelites a 3-0 lead after 40 minutes of play. With just 8 seconds gone
period Mathew Carrey extended the Satelites lead to 4-0 before Brennan Cochrane
finally found a way to beat Satelites' starting netminder Marc Hildebrand
the final period. David Friesen restored the Satelites 4 goal lead with his
second of the
3 minutes later, a goal that would eventually prove to be the game winner as
the final minutes to try to even things up. Romano Paul's slap shot to the top
on a Peguis
power play evaded a screened Hildebrand to make the score 5-2 with just under 4
left in the game. 20 seconds later Darryl Flett would score to make it 5-3
25 seconds left on the clock Denis Baptiste would make it a one goal game. The
able to run out the remaining 25 seconds to claim their fourth win of the
Goaltender Marc Hildebrand would stop 40 of 44 Peguis shots while Keifer
Tacan started the
playing 53 minutes and making 27 of 32 saves. Jarrod Smith came on late in the
all 6 shots he faced.
The Satelites next take to the ice on Tuesday Oct. 28 when the Arborg Ice Dawgs
come to Winnipeg
take on the Satelites. Game time is 8:00PM
Elsewhere in the KJHL Saturday night the OCN STORM continued their winning ways
with a 5-3
over the visiting St. Malo Warriors. The STORM scored twice in the final 10
minutes of the game
claim their 5th win of the season and remain atop the KJHL standings. Scoring
for the STORM were
Francis with two, Harold Linklater with two, including the game winner and
for the Warriors were Brandon Stratton, Jesse Freund and Jared Hunter.
Tuesday Oct. 21
The Winnipeg Satelites picked up their third win of the season with an
11-2 win over the
expansion Fisher River Hawks. Fisher River opened the scoring five minutes into
frame when Fisher River captain Jarred Thickfoot snuck one past a screened
Before the period was out the Satelites would answer back with 4 goals of their
scored to tie the game up at one, then rookie Chris 'Sandy' Sanderson scored
his two on the night to give the home team the lead. Grayson Schmidt would
a goal that would eventually prove to be the game winner, then Sean Murray would then
play goal late in the period to give the Satelites a 4-1 going into the first
In the second, Kevin Haines' snapped one past the Fisher River goaltender's
Kyle Collins' third stick of the game held together as he put his first of the
then Sanderson closed out the second period with his second of the game giving
7-1 lead after 40 minutes.
In the final period Murray scored his second of the game, Derek Ramage scored his
first of the
then Fisher River's Darryl Thaddeus added one more for the Hawks. Collins,
and Kyle Grand each scored to close out the scoring and make the final
Starting rookie goaltender Keaton Klassen would stop 22 of 24 shots in his first
KJHL start to
up his first KJHL win.
River used two goaltenders on the night who combined to make 43 saves.
Around the League:
Sunday Oct. 26
OCN on Sunday the St. Malo Warriors and the OCN STORM played to a 6-6 draw
regulation play, the 5
minute overtime session settled nothing so the game went to the
shootout. In the
shootout OCN outscored St. Malo 2-1 to claim the win. Elsewhere in KJHL action
the Arborg Ice Dawgs paid a visit
to Lundar to take on the Falcons with the Ice Dawgs skating
away with a 7-4 victory.
Friday Oct. 24
was on game played in the KJHL Friday night that saw the Lundar Falcons hosting
Arborg Ice Dawgs with
the Ice Dawgs prevailing 5-2. The two teams played to a 1-1 draw through
the first 20 minutes
with Colten Davies scoring to give the Ice Dawgs a 1-0, then Troy Kaartinen
scored for Lundar to tie
the second Arborg took a two goal lead on goals by Travis Kilbrei and Rylan
Cody Paul replied for
Lundar while the Falcons enjoyed a man advantage. That made the score
3-2, but with two
seconds left in the second period Kilbrei counted his second of the game to
the game into the second
intermission with the Ice Dawgs carrying a 4-2 lead. In the third period
Alex Woods would add an
unassisted effort to make the final 5-2 Ice Dawgs.
Narverud picked up the 'W' stopping 42 of 44 shots while Andrew Smith went the
in the Lundar nets
stopping 35 of 40 in getting tagged with the loss.
Sunday Oct. 19
Sunday in the KJHL saw six teams in action. The OCN STORM won their 4th game of
outscoring the Fisher
River Hawks 7-6, the St. Malo Warriors picked up their second win of the
season with a 6-3 win
over the Lundar Falcons in Lundar, and in Norway House the Arborg Ice
Dawgs claimed game two
of their weekend set with an 8-5 win over the Northstars.
Saturday Oct. 18
Sunday in the KJHL saw two games played. In Selkirk the OCN Storm surprised the
Fishermen 4-2 and in
Norway House the Northstars defeated the Arborg Ice Dawgs 8-6.
Friday Oct. 17
action on Friday saw the Peguis Juniors easily handle the newcomers to the
Fisher River Hawks by an
18-0 score. Elsewhere it was the St. Malo Warriors edging the Arborg
Ice Dawgs 5-4 in
overtime. The Ice Dawgs had lead 2-0 after one and 4-2 after forty minutes, but
in the third the
Warriors scored twice, netting the game tying goal with less than a minute left
the clock. In overtime
Jared Magne scored unassisted with .28 left on the clock to claim the come
from behind win for the
Warriors. Scoring for the Ice Dawgs were Cal Finnson, Travis Kilbrei,
Kelly and Kyle Barkman.
For St. Malo it was Bryden Johnson with 2, Jesse Freund and Justin
Collette with the