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Saturday March 10, 2018

3rd Annual Alumni Game

The Winnipeg Satelites 3rd Annual Alumni game was held Saturday March 10 at the Billy Mosienko Arena. We had the best turn out yet from the alumni side who won the game 15-12. Turning out for the Alumni team were (not in any particular order) Ryan Kontusic, Jason Camphuis, Cory Mymryk, Ian McIntyre, Mike Poirier, Kyle Taylor, Jason Mushmanski, Taylor Lemon, Donnie Thiessen, Justin Pache, Jay Campbell, Kyle Collins, Bryan Mackenzie, Jesse McIntosh, Colin Yarchuk, Ben Ingimundson, Marc Hildebrand, Kyle Grand, Howard Grieves, Derek Ramage and Derick Vinsky.



   Tuesday Nov. 28/2017     

      Prior to Tuesday night's game a moment of silence was held for former Satelites' player Zach Berezowsky. Zach lost his battle with cancer this week at the age of 28. Zack played 5 seasons with the Satelites from his rookie season in 2006/07 to his fifth season in  2010/11. He brought a work ethic to every game that was second to none. He will be missed. We wish to express our sincerest condolences to the Berezowsky family for their loss.


2017 Winnipeg Satelites Awards dinner.

Friday April 28, 6:00PM

The Winnipeg Satelites held their annual awards dinner at Alfie's Restaurant on Friday with the following players receiving awards.

Nico Lisi: Leading Scorer

Rookie of the Year: Braden Zamrykut

Coaches Choice Award: Sam Batt and Parker Cassie

"For the Boys", for outstanding commitment and dedication to the hockey team: Nicholas Doerksen

and Erik Rogalka.

Top Defenseman: Howard Grieves

Hardest Working Player: Nathan Jones

Most Valuable Player: Wyatt Emes

Congratulations gentlemen, you earned them. I would also like to thank head coach Chris Pache,

assistant coaches Justin Pache and Bryan Mackenzie for their efforts and words in describing why

each players deserved the awards they received, well done.




Meet Eric, the newest member of the Satelites family.

 In May of 2017 we were contacted by Scott Godfrey, a Program Coordinator for the Autism Society in Calgary, asking us if we could help. They were running their inaugural AAFSBHL (AAFS Ball Hockey League) and were seeking merchandise donations. Their goal was to provide each participant with a jersey from a different team from anywhere in the World, and to learn about all levels of hockey. We donated a recently retired home jersey to their cause, and Eric selected ours to wear in this event.

*All of their participants have Autism*

This event has grown from 10 to upwards of 40 young people weekly experiencing one of Canada's National Sports in a safe, supported and positive Environment.



2017 Winnipeg Satelites Alumni Game

    The Winnipeg Satelites Second Annual Alumni Game took place at the Billy Mosienko Arena on Saturday March 4 with the Alumni doubling up the current members of the Satelites.

Dressing for the 2016 Satelites were Noah Sawatzky, Sam Batt, Brandon Mills, Nathan Jones, Nick Doerksen, Nico Lisi, Erik Rogalka, Derick Vinsky, Colin Yarchuk, Howard Grieves, Jesse McIntosh and Derek Ramage.

Dressing for the Alumni: Chris Pache, Donnie Thiessen, Justin Pache, Cory Mymryk, Ian McIntyre, Ryan Kontusic, Jason Camphuis, Marc Hildebrand, George Pearce, Taylor Lemon, Kyle Collins, Bryan Mackenzie, Bobby High, Kyle Grand, Scott Douglas and Dylan McWha. A big shout out to Westwood Warrior goaltender Tyler Sagness for coming out and tending the nets for the Alumni team. We would also would like to thank the Satelites' Don Gibson for keeping the players in check and serving as the Referee for the game.



August 2016

The North Winnipeg Satelites and the Keystone Jr. Hockey League would like

to congratulate Howard Grieves Jr. for being awarded one of the two

scholarships awarded by the KJHL for the 2015-16 season. Howard received a scholarship

check for  $500.00 to further his education at Red River College.


March 2016

     The Winnipeg Satelites held their annual awards dinner Saturday night at Alfie's Restaurant. Coaches Cory

Mymryk and Chris Pache handled the M.C duties as well as handing out the awards. Photos are courtesy of Mr. Glen



The first award handed out was the Coach's Choice Award. The award was shared by rookies Parker Cassie (Far Right) and

Erik Rogalka (Far Left).


The next award handed out went to Colin Yarchuk (middle). Colin won the "For the Boys Award" for outstanding dedication

and commitment to the hockey club.


Next up, Derek Ramage earned the Satelites' "Hardest Working Player" award.


In his first full season in the KJHL, Jesse McIntosh earned the Satelites "Rookie of the Year" award.

Jesse scored  23 goals to go along with 13 assists and finished second in Satelite's scoring.


The next award went to Bryan Mackenzie, the Satelites' team captain for the past 3 seasons.

Bryan earned another MVP award for his play and his commitment to his team on and off the ice.



The final presentation was to our 4 graduating players, Bryan Mackenzie, Marc Hildebrand and

Scott Douglas were in attendance to receive their gifts. Sean Murray was unable to attend.

Pictured left to right are: Chris Pache, Bryan Mackenzie, Cory Mymryk, Marc Hildebrand and Scott Douglas.

Two other awards that were to be presented went to Howard Grieves who received our Top Defenseman award

and to Glen Paupanekis our leading scorer who received the Satelites' Top Scorer Award.


Saturday Dec. 19

    The Winnipeg Satelites game vs. the Norway House Northstars for Saturday Dec. 19 at the Billy Mosienko

Arena was cancelled, so, with that in mind and 2.5 hrs of ice time to kill, the Satelites, on the bus ride home from

their game in Lundar that night, managed to organize an impromptu alumni game featuring members of the

2005/2006 KJHL Championship Satelites team vs. current and recent members of the North Winnipeg Satelites.


    It was a see-saw battle between the two sides with the final score resulting in a shoot out, the final results remain

a mystery, but a great time was had by all.



2015 KJHL Scholarship Award Winner

    The Winnipeg Satelites are pleased to announce that Kevin Haines has been awarded one of

the two 2014-15 KJHL Scholarship awards handed out by the Keystone Jr. Hockey League. Kevin 

is enrolled in the Faculty of Kinesiology and Recreation Management at the U of M and plans to

pursue graduate studies in chiropractic. 



Saturday April 18

The Winnipeg Satelites held their annual awards dinner Saturday night at Alfie's Restaurant

and handed out their annual player awards as well as saying thank you to their four graduating

players. Presenting the awards were Satelites head coach Taylor Lemon and assistant coach 

Gary Duszak.

    Kyle Collins was awarded the Satelites leading scorer award after leading the Satelites with

30 goals and 38 assists for 68 points, good for second overall in league scoring.

    Scott Douglas was awarded the Satelites 2014-2015 Rookie of the Year award. After a successful high 

school career with the Kelvin Clippers of the WHSHL Scott  was invited to camps in the USHL, from there he

went to the NAHL and made the roster of the Wichita Falls Wildcats. After 14 games injuries cut short his junior 

career and after a year and a half off he came to the Satelites for the 2014-15 season where he rediscovered his

love for the game.


    The Satelites next award was the Hardest Working Player award and it was shared by Derek Ramage

and Bryan MacKenzie. These two players never took a shift off, it was a 100% effort every shift of every

game from the start of the season to the end.


    The Satelites next award went to second year player Ben Ingimundson. The "For The Boys" award goes 

to the Satelites player who demonstrates "outstanding commitment and dedication to the hockey club". 

    The Satelites Coach's Choice award was shared this year by two Satelites, Kevin Haines and Sean Murray.

This award goes to the player or players who the coaches feel they can send out in any pressure situation and


    The Satelites Playoff MVP Award this season again went to starting goaltender Marc Hildebrand. Marc's tenacity

between the pipes gave the Satelites a chance every chance to win in the playoffs as we were in every game till the



    The Satelites Regular Season MVP award this year went to leading scorer Kyle Collins. Kyle played in all 32 

games for the Satelites this season and even when he wasn't putting points on the board he was a major factor

in the Satelites success this season.

    And lastly, the toughest part of any season is saying goodbye to your graduating players. This

season Vinny Carriere, Jason Campbell, Kevin Haines and Kyle Collins all played their last games

as Satelites. They all played 3 great seasons with the Satelites and played an important role in who

we were as a team on and off the ice. We wish them well on all their future endeavors.




February 2015 - updated

The Winnipeg Satelites are selling off both sets of their 

recently retired game jerseys @ $30 per jersey.

If you're a Satelite Alumni or recently graduated player and

are interested in acquiring a jersey , contact us at 

winnipegsatelites@live.ca  for jersey availability or more info.

Jerseys remaining:

RBK Whites: #'s 1, 2, 6, 8, 17, 18, 20, 21, 30.

CCM Blacks: #'s  2, 3, 4, 6, 8, 10, 11, 16, 17, 18, 19, 20, 23, 1& 30 are RBK.


Sunday Jan. 11

    There was only one game played in the KJHL on Sunday, the annual KJHL  All-Star game.

The game, held in the Peguis Junior's new arena saw the North All-Stars prevailing over the South

All-Stars 7-6. The Winnipeg Satelites were represented on the South Team by goaltender Marc 

Hildebrand, defensemen Scott Douglas, forwards Kyle Collins, Sean Murray and Mathew Carrey 

and Satelites Head Coach Taylor Lemon and Assistant Coach Gary Duszak.





December 24, 2014

The Winnipeg Satelites would like to wish all of our

Family, Friends and Fans a Merry Christmas

and a Happy New Year!



Saturday May 10, 2014

    The Winnipeg Satelites closed the book on their 2013-14 season by holding their 

annual awards banquet Saturday night at Alfie's Restaurant. Master of ceremonies and 

head coach Taylor Lemon handed out the awards. General Manager Cliff Mymryk gave

a brief speech thanking all the players for their performance and dedication to the 

Satelites this season.

    First up, Kyle Collins received the Satelites leading scorer award after producing  

a career high 27 goals and 20 assists for 47 points in 33 games for the Satelites. 

    Satelites' team captain Bryan MacKenzie earned the team's MVP award this season. 

Bryan's hard work and dedication were noticed every time he stepped onto the ice, in the

room or on the bench and equally noticed when he couldn't be in the line up. This

dedication also earned Bryan the Satelites' Hardest Working Player award.

    The Satelites had a good crop of outstanding rookies this year and decided to share the

Rookie of the Year Award with two of them, Mathew Carrey and Howard Grieves. Mathew 

ended the season second in scoring for the Satelites with 18 goals and 19 assists for 37 points. 

Co-winner Howard Grieves lead all Satelite defensemen in points this season with 3 goals 

and 18 assists.

    The Coach's Choice Award is again shared by two recipients, leading scorer Kyle Collins

and All-Star Defensemen Dylan McWha.

    Marc Hildebrand is the recipient of this year's Playoff MVP award for his outstanding 

performance in this past years playoffs. While we didn't make it to the final round, Marc's

performance gave us every chance to get there.

    The final award is a new award this year and it was given out to the player who showed 

outstanding commitment and dedication to the hockey club. The "For the Boys" award was 

awarded to Bobby High.

    The Winnipeg Satelites would also like to thank and recognize Cam Perdonic for his

3 and a half years of service to the hockey club. Cam's leadership and experience helped

us develop four rookie defensemen on the blue line. As a graduating player, Cam

received a Winnipeg Satelites logoed wrist watch.


    The Satelites are also pleased to announce that their coaching staff from last season is

committed to returning for another year.


Thursday Feb. 20,2014

The Winnipeg Satelites would like to thank the

Red River Community Centre for the use of their

facilities this past Thursday night. The boys

enjoyed getting together for a practice outdoors

and had a lot of fun in the process.

Thanks Again!


Sunday Jan. 5, 2014


The Winnipeg Satelites sent 5 players to the KJHL All Star Game.

Pictured above from left to right are:

Vinny Carriere, Dylan McWha, Howard Grieves, Kyle Collins and Sean Murray.

The All Star game was played Sunday in Fisher River and hosted by the Peguis Jr.'s

of the KJHL North Division. The North defeated the South Division 10-4

with Vinny and Howard picking up goals for the South side.  


August 2013

Winnipeg Satelites Complete Coaching Staff for the 2013/14 Season.  


    Head Coach Taylor Lemon is excited to add another asst. coach to his staff for the upcoming season.

Charlie Scibak will join Taylor and Cam Hildebrand on the Satelites bench.


    Charlie Scibak was with the Interlake Lightning Midget Provincial AAA team last season, taking over the 

head coach's position midway through the season.

  • In 2010-11 Charlie was an asst. coach with the Sisler Spartans of the WHSHL were he helped them capture

the "B" division championship.

  •     Previous to his coaching career, Charlie played for the Winnipeg Hawks AAA Midget Hockey Club, where in

2001 he helped lead them to the Provincial Championship. Later that year he was picked up by the Swift 

Current Broncos of the WHL. After AAA, Charlie played for the Raiders Jr. Hockey Club from 2003-2005.



August 2013

    The Winnipeg Satelites would like to announce their coaching staff for the 2013/14 season.

We would like to thank last season's head coach Nan Nadeau for the time he spent with us. Dan 

has returned home to Calgary so he can be closer to his son and his parents.

    Last season's assistant coach Taylor Lemon will be taking over the Satelites head coaching duties. 

Taylor brings with him several years of coaching experience, having coached at the 14 year old A2 

level a few seasons ago and finishing with a record of 22-2. He has also coached at several 

instructional clinics and rookie camps. After his junior playing days were over with the Satelites, 

Taylor was offered a position with the team as an assistant coach, which he readily accepted.


        Joining Taylor on the bench as an assistant is Cam Hildebrand. Cam as had some coaching 

experience, helping out at several high school hockey camps. Cam played his minor hockey in

North Winnipeg and 7Oaks, playing for the AA Stars and the AAA Hawks. He also played for the

Winnipeg Thrashers.

        Cam started his junior career with the Steinbach Pistons of the MJHL, earning the "C" in his

second season with the Pistons. At the age of 20 Cam returned home to play for the Raiders Jr.

Hockey Club of the MMJHL, again wearing the Captain's "C" for his final two seasons of junior

hockey. Cam was a two time first team All-Star in each of his two seasons in the MMJHL.

Cam had a big impact with the Raiders club, helping the club turn around and rise to the

upper echelons of the "MM". It's that character that we hope he brings with him to the

Satelites in his new role as a coach.


        The Winnipeg Satelites are pleased to welcome Cam to the Satelites coaching staff and to

the Satelites Family.



Saturday May 4, 2013

The Winnipeg Satelites held their annual awards banquet on Saturday at Alfie's Restaurant, one of the 

team's sponsors. The Satelites' MVP Award had co-winners again this season with goaltenders Cory Hyndman

and Marc Hildebrand sharing the honour. Matthew Schiak won the Leading Scorer Award for leading the

Satelites in points this season. The Satelites' Hardest Working Player Award went to first year player Bryan 

MacKenzie.  The Rookie of the Year Award went to Kevin Haines and the Coach's Choice Award went to

goaltender Marc Hildebrand. The Satelites created another award for this season that went to the Playoff MVP.

This award was again shared by Jared Berezowsky and Dylan McWha for their outstanding play in our playoff

series with the Selkirk Fishermen.



January 2013

The Winnipeg Satelites are selling off both sets of their 

recently retired game jerseys @ $30 apiece. If you are

 interested in acquiring a jersey , contact us at 

winnipegsatelites@live.ca  for jersey availability or more info.

Jerseys remaining:

RBK Whites: #'s 1, 2, 6, 8, 17, 18, 20, 21, 30.

CCM Blacks: #'s  2, 3, 4, 6, 8, 10, 11, 16, 17, 18, 19, 20, 23, 1& 30 are RBK.


Saturday April 21 2012

The North Winnipeg Satelites concluded another season Saturday as they held their

Annual Awards 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 Conor Stephenson

The Coaches' Choice Award winner is Bryce Hnatiw

The Hardest Working Player Award winner is Phil Ferreira

The Satelites' 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 to 

play their last games in the KJHL as Satelites, their commitment to the team for the years they 

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 family.

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, 

Coach Stokes announced his retirement from coaching Saturday night so that he would be 

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,

to Marshall 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.


Thank you!


Arborg Ice Dawg Tune-up for the Westerns

April 14,2012

Manitoba Stars vs. Arborg Ice Dawgs April 14/2012

        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 Dawgs were:

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.





Monday June 6/2011

The North Winnipeg Satelites held their 2010/2011 Player's Banquet on Saturday June 4 and would like to 

thank all who attended for making it a great success. The Satelites handed out their player awards as well as

an Appreciation Award to Alberto De Rado for his voluntary commitments to the North Winnipeg Satelites organization.

Head Coach Doug Stokes and Assistant Coaches Cory Mymryk and Mike Cheetham handed out the Player Awards.

Receiving the Satelites MVP Award was Gary Duszak. The Sharpshooter Award for the Satelites leading goal

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 Berezowsky

Catlan Eshelman Joey Lywack and Riley MacVicar (who was unable to attend).