Winnipeg Satelites are selling off both sets of their
retired game jerseys @ $30 apiece. If you are
in acquiring a jersey , contact us at
for jersey availability or more info.
Whites: #'s 1, 2, 4, 6, 8, 17, 18, 20, 21, 25, 30.
Blacks: #'s 2, 3, 4, 6, 8, 10, 11, 16, 17, 18, 19, 20, 23, 1& 30
Saturday April 21 2012
The North Winnipeg
Satelites concluded another season Saturday as they held their
Banquet at the Tyndall Park Community Centre.
The Satelites had
two players they felt were equally deserving of the Satelites' MVP Award
and in the end they
decided to honour both. The Satelites MVP Award Winners are
Gary Duszak and
The Coaches' Choice
Award winner is Bryce Hnatiw
The Hardest Working
Player Award winner is Phil Ferreira
Rookie of the Year Award winner is Jared Berezowsky
The Satelites also
honoured their four graduating players for their long time
commitment to the
Satelites. They are:
Gary Duszak, Bryce
Hnatiw, Bruce Hoban and Taylor Lemon
The Satelites paid
tribute to two other players and a special volunteer. Although they didn't get
play their last
games in the KJHL as Satelites, their commitment to the team for the years
were here could not
go unrecognized. Special thanks go to Dustin Leach and Paul Woloschuk.
We would also like
to give special thanks to Jeremy Henkewich, our trainer and safety
person the past
several years. With a young family and moving from the city Jeremy felt that
he could not commit
to the time and travel of the team. We wish you all the best Jeremy,
to you and your
The Satelites would
also like to thank Head Coach Doug Stokes for his dedication to the
team the past two
seasons. After 31 years of coaching in the junior hockey ranks,
announced his retirement from coaching Saturday night so that he would
able to spend more
time with his family, especially his young grandchildren.
The North Winnipeg
Satelites wish you all the best Coach Stokes, Thank you.
And lastly we would
like to thank our volunteers who came out and helped prepare the banquet.
Our thanks go out to
Paul Woloschuk for the music and lights,
Stephenson for providing the photography,
to Ryan Gaudet,
Shawn and Cliff for doing an excellent job at the BBQ's,
to Mrs. H. for the
delicious potato salad,
and to all the
Friends of the Satelites who came out to the social.
Arborg Ice Dawg
Tune-up for the Westerns
In the Arborg Ice Dawgs tune-up game against a team made of Ice Dawg Alumni,
members of the
U of M Bisons, the North Winnipeg
Satelites, Selkirk Steelers, Stonewall Jets, Interlake Lightning,
Stonewall Flyers, the Gimli Wolves
and the Plum Coulee Express, the Ice Dawgs found themselves on
the wrong end of the 8-2 score. The
team dubbed Manitoba Stars proved to be a little too much for the
Ice Dawgs, who showed the effects
of not having been in competitive hockey games for almost two weeks.
Jeff Sonnenburg had bookend goals, scoring the first and the last goals for
the Manitoba Stars. After
Sonnenburg's early first period
goal, Jeff English scored a late first period goal for the Ice Dawgs to send
the game into the first
intermission tied at one.
In the second, the Stars scored two goals in 20 seconds, the first by the
Selkirk Steelers Evan Laye
and the next by Brendan Rowinski of
the Bisons to take a 3-1 lead. The Ice Dawgs cut into that lead when
Brock McMahon scored to make the
score 3-2, but the Manitoba Stars team reeled off three consecutive
goals from the sticks of Tyson
Fergula of the Interlake Lightning, Bruce Hoban from the Satelites, and
Rowinski with his second of the
game to take a 6-2 lead after forty minutes. In the third, Hoban added
his second of the game, followed by
Sonnenburg's second to make the final 8-2.
Mark Friesen of the Bisons made 25 saves in the nets for the Manitoba Stars,
while the tandem of
Brendan and Connor Darowski
combined to make 43 saves for the Ice Dawgs.
The North Winnipeg Satelites making the trip to play in the game against the Ice
Gary Duszak, Bruce
Hoban, Jordan Monis and Conor Stephenson.
After the final whistle both teams lined up to shake hands in a display of
good sportsmanship and
then both teams posed together for
a collective team picture.
The Ice Dawgs will now prepare to leave for Saskatoon and vie for the Keystone
Cup which gets
underway on Thursday April, 19 and
represent the Province of Manitoba and the KJHL in the Western
Canada Junior 'B' Championship. We
wish you all the best and good luck.
Posted March 20/2012
B teams should contact Grant Heather @ firstname.lastname@example.org in
order obtain information pertaining to entrance into the KJHL. Application
deadline is April 13, 2012 for consideration to play in the 2012-2013 season
The North Winnipeg Satelites
held their 2nd annual Halloween Social Saturday night
at the PCCM and it
turned out to be a great success once again. Every one had a great time
many attending wearing
some excellent costumes. The Satelites would like to thank
all those who attended
and would especially like to thank our volunteers Shawn, Alberto, Anna and
for helping out with
the serving, the food and the 50/50 draw, and to thank Sean for providing
last but certainly not
least, a great big thank you to Paul Woloschuk for providing the music.
All your help was greatly
Lost and Found: Men's
Hoodie, a set of keys, and a tape measure. Contact us if you have lost
these items at email@example.com.
Items will be at the Mosienko Arena Thursday night
from 8:30 till 10:00PM
if you would like to pick them up.
Monday June 6/2011
The North Winnipeg
Satelites held their 2010/2011 Player's Banquet on Saturday June 4 and would
thank all who attended
for making it a great success. The Satelites handed out their player awards as
an Appreciation Award to
Alberto De Rado for his voluntary commitments to the North Winnipeg Satelites
Head Coach Doug Stokes
and Assistant Coaches Cory Mymryk and Mike Cheetham handed out the Player
Satelites MVP Award was Gary Duszak. The Sharpshooter Award for the Satelites
scorer went to Bruce
Hoban and the Coaches Choice Award went to Jordan Monis. The Satelites hardest
working player award
had co-winners with Zach Berezowsky and Conor Stephenson each earning the honor
for their hard working
efforts. The Satelites 2010/2011 Rookie of the Year Award went to Dyson Smith.
The Satelites also
presented gifts to their four
graduating players and would like to thank them for their contribution
and dedication to the
North Winnipeg Satelites. The graduating players are 5 year veteran Zach
Joey Lywack and Riley MacVicar (who was unable to attend).