Welcome to the North Winnipeg Satelites Home Page
Welcome to the North Winnipeg Satelites Home Page
What's NewThe TeamStatisticsInformation
Links

The Winnipeg Satelites would like to wish all of our

Family, Friends and Fans a Merry Christmas

and a Happy New Year!

Saturday Dec. 20

    The Winnipeg Satelites finished the first part of the KJHL season on a winning note Saturday

night as they downed the visiting Norway House Northstars 11-6. The Satelites jumped out of

the gate scoring 4 times in the first 6 minutes of the opening period and tallied 7 before the

Northstars answered back with one of their own. Sean Murray scored twice in the first with

Mathew Carrey, Jason Campbell, Kyle Collins (SH) and Christian Vallance each adding one of their

own. Garrison Garrioch scored late in the period to make the score 6-1 Satelites going into the

first intermission.

    In the second Kevin Haines, Carrey with his second and Howard Grieves would score for the 

Satelites with Sam McKay and Braedan Boschman replying for the Northstars.

     In the final period Jameson Scott, Glen Paupanekis and Garrioch with his second would draw

the Northstars to within 3 goals of the Satelites lead, making the score 9-6, but the Satelites would

put the game out of reach when Vinny Carriere and Collins with his second of the game closed out

the scoring.

    Marc Hildebrand was back between the pipes for the Satelites after a 5 game sabbatical and made

32 saves on the way to his 8th win of the season. The goaltending tandem of Brendan McLeod and 

Jared Gore would combine to make 48 saves with McLeod getting tagged with the loss after allowing

6 goals in the opening 20 minutes. 

    The Satelites return to action early in the new year when they travel to OCN to take on the STORM,

they then return home on Tuesday Jan. 6 when they will face the visiting Lundar Falcons.

Wednesday Dec. 17

    The Winnipeg Satelites lost a 5-2 decision to the Arborg Ice Dawgs Wednesday night in Arborg,

vaulting the Ice Dawgs into first place in the KJHL standings over the OCN Storm and the Satelites.

The Ice Dawgs scored twice in the first period to take a 2-0 lead into the first intermission. Scoring

for Arborg in the first were Jayde Barkman and Cory Kuldys. Arborg made it 3-0 early in the second

before the Satelites scored their first goal, a short handed effort by Kyle Collins. Arborg would score

two more in the second to take a 4-1 after 40 minutes of play. Trent Kroeker and Deric Gulay were

the Arborg goal scores in the second period. Sean Murray would score early in the final period for

the Satelites to cut into the Ice Dawgs lead, but that's as close as the visitors could get. The Ice

Dawgs would add an empty net goal with a second left on the clock to make the final 5-1. Jon

Narverud got his first start against the Satelites this season and rode a 30 save performance to the

Ice Dawgs 12th win of the season. Keaton Klassen suffered his first loss of the season in net for the

Satelites stopping 37 of 41 shots.

    The Satelites play their last game before the Christmas break on Saturday Dec. 20 when they will

play host to the Norway House Northstars. Game time is 8:00PM.

    The was one other game played in the KJHL Wednesday night where the Selkirk Fishermen were

visiting the Fisher River Hawks and downed the Hawks 12-1. The Fishermen were lead by Cale

McBride's 4 goal performance, Jeremy Pachkowsky added 2 more, with six other Fishermen picking

up singles. Jordan Liske picked up the win making 38 saves on the night.

 

 

Around the League:

Friday Dec. 19

    In the KJHL Friday night, the St. Malo Warriors and the Lundar Falcons battled into 

overtime to decide their Friday night encounter with the Warriors prevailing when

Jared Magne scored the OT winner at 3:04 of the 4th period. The Warriors had lead 2-0

after 20 minutes with Blaise Nordine opening the scoring late in the first on a short

handed effort and Bryden Johnson adding another in the last minute of the period.

In the second, Storm Swan would score while the Falcons were a man short to put

Lundar on the board, but Jeff Froese's power play goal would restore the Warriors' two

goal lead. Before the period was out however, Aldyn Gray would score to cut into St. Malo's

lead as the Warriors lead 3-2 after 40 minutes. In the third Lundar scored twice to move in

front of the Warriors. Blake Klippenstein would tie the game up at 3-3 and Braeden Lussier

would score to give the Falcons a 4-3 lead. Then, with time running out Brett Keith would

provide some heroics for St. Malo, scoring with 30 seconds left in regular time to send the game

into extra time.

    In Arborg, the Ice Dawgs scored 3 times in the second and 5 times in the third enroute to 

their 8-3 win over the Selkirk Fishermen. Selkirk's Cory Balcaen scored the only goal in the first 

period. In the second, the Ice Dawgs Mac Playford's power play goal would tie things up, but the

Fishermen moved ahead again on a Griffin Steeves marker. Cal Finnson would score for Arborg

to tie the score at 2-2, then Cory Kuldys' short handed effort would give the Ice Dawgs their first

lead in the game. In the third, the Fishermen's Jeremy Pachkowsky would tie the game up once

again but the Ice Dawgs replied back with 5 unanswered goals to finish off the Selkirk crew 8-3.

Carter Comeau started the ball rolling for the Ice Dawgs, then Travis Kilbrei would notch his 

first of the game, Kuldys would add two more to pick up the hat trick, then Kilbrei closed things

out with his second of the game.

    Jon Narverud earned the win, stopping 37 of 40 shots directed his way, while the tandem of

Bretton Fewchuk and Jordan Liske combined to make 52 saves on 60 shots with Fewchuk

taking the loss after allowing 5 goals on 45 shots.

Thursday Dec. 18

    The lone game played in the KJHL Thursday night saw the Peguis Juniors defeat

the visiting Lundar Falcons 10-2. Tyler McKay paced the Junior's attack scoring

5 times, Theoren Spence would chip in with 3 goals of his own. Waylon Neault and

Presley Beaulieu would add singles. Jarrod Smith picked up the win in the Peguis

nets, stopping 27 of 29 shots.

 

   Canadian Polish Athletic Club    

  

       APH hats available at Billy Mosienko Arena canteen  

 

 

 

 

 

    

    Interested in becoming a 

Winnipeg Satelite sponsor?

Contact us at:

winnipegsatelites@live.ca

for more information

 

      

     

 

 

 

 

web counter
 
Quick Links

 Game Videos and Pix

Oct. 8,2014 @ Selkirk:

Video and Game Pix

Sept. 20, 2014 @ Arborg:

Video and  Game Pix

 

 

 

 

 

    

 

Upcoming Events

Click Here

Satelite Gear!

New T's Added

Contact us at for info and availability:

winnipegsatelites@live.ca

Net proceeds from all sales go to support the Satelites

For More Statistics, Standings, and Links follow the links at top.