The OCN Blizzard find themselves in first place in the MJHL this morning. The Blizzard added another win to the tally card as they beat the Selkirk Steelers 5-2 in front of a full house at the Roy H. Johnston Arena on Saturday. The game MVP Lance Hiebert had 2 goals. The Blizzard and the Flyers now have 34 points each but OCN has a game in hand. OCN’s next game is tomorrow night when they welcome Virden to the GLMC.
The OCN Storm were 50-50 on the road over the weekend. The Storm were 6-3 winners over the Warriors in St. Malo Friday night. They lost to the Selkirk Fishermen on Saturday. That one ended 7-4.
The Norman Wolves and the Central Plains Capitals from The Winnipeg AAA Hockey League will be playing a game at the Gordon Lathlin Memorial Centre tomorrow at 5PM and at the Roy H Johnston Arena on Sunday at 11AM. There will be a 50/50 draw and a progressive loonie stick draw. Admission is four dollars.
There were no winners in the only MJHL game scheduled last night. The OCN Blizzard-Virden Oil Capitols game in Virden was cancelled due to poor weather driving conditions. No word yet on a make-up date. The Blizzard are in action in The Pas this weekend. OCN plays the Selkirk Steelers tomorrow night at 7 at the Roy H. Johnston Arena. Tickets will be available at the gate and we’ll have a full broadcast on 102-9 CJAR with Marty Martinson at the call. Tonight, Selkirk’s in Neepawa, Steinbach is in Winkler, Dauphin hosts Portage and Winnipeg travels to Waywayseecappo.
The lone game in the MJHL tonight has the OCN Blizzard in Virden tonight. A win for the Blizzard would give them a shaky one point first place lead over the Steinbach Pistons. Steinbach has a game in hand and plays tomorrow.
There are 2 games in the MJHL tonight. The Steinbach Pistons are home to the Winkler Flyers. Steinbach has a comfy lead for first place in the league. Neepawa is at Selkirk in the other game. All teams had last night off.
The OCN Blizzard were back on the road yesterday. They went to Waywayseecappo and came home with a 7-4 win over the Wolverines. Daylon Campbell had 2 goals in the win. The Blizzard, second in the MJHL, will be home this week. They entertain Virden on Thursday and Selkirk this Saturday.
The OCN Storm couldn’t pull off the win at the GLMC Saturday night. OCN fell just short, 4-3 to St. Malo. The Storm get a rematch this Friday in St. Malo.
The OCN Blizzard have another win to add to the score sheet. After goals from Anthony Keeper, Byron Fobair, Daniel Chartrand and Matthew Greening, the Blizzard headed back home with a 4-1 win over the Kings in Dauphin. OCN has a couple of days rest before hitting the road again. They’ll be in Waywayseecappo to face the Wolverines on Sunday.
The OCN Storm didn’t need to play very hard last night. They beat Norway House in a 16-2 shocker at the GLMC last night. The Storm’s next game is tomorrow night at 8. They’ll face St. Malo at the GLMC. Tickets available at the gate.
Last night’s OCN Blizzard game was cancelled due to mechanical problems with the OCN Blizzard bus. Keep listening to 102.9 CJAR for details on the status of tonight’s game. Elsewhere in the league last night, Virden beat Swan Valley 3-1, Winnipeg took a 6-1 beating at the hands of the Steinbach Pistons and Selkirk shadowed Neepawa 5-4.
The OCN Blizzard set out on a road trip today. The Blizzard will be in Portage La Prairie tonight to face the Terriers. OCN are 3rd in the MJHL standings. Portage is 6th. The Blizzard is in Dauphin tomorrow before heading home. They’re back out Sunday to face the Waywayseecappo Wolverines in Wayway. Tonight’s game will be broadcast live on 102-9 CJAR starting at 7:15 with the Pre-Game Show.
MBCI Senior girls volleyball team finished third place in there pool last weekend at the Volleyball Tournament in Brandon. This weekend the MBCI Junior boys and girls varsity teams will be headed to Thompson for their zone finals.
They were both pretty even games and it was a 50-50 weekend for the OCN Blizzard. The Blizzard welcomed the Winkler Flyers to 2 games at the GLMC over the weekend. OCN fell short in a 2-1 win for Winkler on Friday but would get a 3-2 win on Saturday. The Blizzard have a busy week on the road, with games in Portage, Dauphin and Waywayseecappo. OCN is tied with Winkler for 2nd place in the league however, the Flyers have 2 games in hand.
The OCN Storm went to Cross Lake to face the Islanders on Saturday. It too was a close one but OCN would win it 9-8. The Storm’s next game is Thursday against Norway House at the GLMC.
The OCN Blizzard have two games at home this weekend. The Blizzard are tied with Steinbach and Winkler although tose teams both have two games in hand. OCN welcomes Winkler tonight and tomorrow night at 7. Tickets are available at the gate prior to puck drop. Elsewhere tonight, Dauphin is in Virden Portage welcomes Selkirk and Neepawa is home to Winnipeg.
The OCN Storm are on the road for one. They head to Cross Lake to face the Islanders tomorrow night. The Storm are in first place in the north division, fourth overall.
The OCN Blizzard had a rough first period and it cost them the game. The Swan Valley Stampeders had 14 shots on net in the first; the Blizzard had 5. OCN played much better in the second and third frame but it wasn’t enough as OCN fell to their league rival 5-4. Elsewhere in the MJHL, Neepawa doubled Waywayseecappo 10-5. This weekend, the Blizzard welcome the Flyers for games both Friday and Saturday night.
The Junior Varsity Volleyball Tournament was held last week here in The Pas at MBCI and Scott Bateman Middle School. The RD Parker Collegiate Trojans won in the girls division against Norway House. And the MBCI Spartans won the boys division against Grand Rapids.
The Senior Girls and boys Volleyball Teams will be headed to a tournament in Brandon on November 3rd and the 4th.
The OCN Blizzard welcome their rival Swan Valley Stampeders to the GLMC tonight. The Blizzard are tied for first in the MJHL with Steinbach and Winkler. Tickets will be available at the gate prior to puck drop. 102.9 CJAR will have live coverage. Catch the pre-game show with Marty Martinson at 6:45. Last night, Winkler beat the Winnipeg Blues 2-1.
It was a perfect road trip for the OCN Blizzard. OCN was in Portage La Prairie for games against the Terriers both Saturday and Sunday. The Blizzard doubled up the Terriers 4-2 last night. They got past Portage 3-2 in a game that went to a shootout on Saturday. OCN hopes the winning momentum continues when they host the Swan Valley Stampeders at the GLMC this Wednesday. There are no games in the MJHL tonight.
The Junior varsity volleyball tournament begins today here in The Pas. There will be teams from Easterville, Norway House, Cross Lake, Oscar Lathlin Collegiate, Grand Rapids, Thompson, and Creighton. The boys games will be played at MBCI and the girls will play at Scott Bateman Middle School.
The games will be played this Friday from 3PM to 9PM and on Saturday from 8:30AM to 5:30PM.
The OCN Blizzard were victorious against Virden and moved into a league first place tie with Steinbach. After being down 3-0 at the end of the second period, the Blizzard came on with 5 unanswered goals in the third to win it 5-3. OCN will have 2 days of rink time to gear up for games against Portage both Saturday and Sunday at the Stride Place.
The OCN Blizzard will be on the ice at home tonight. The Blizzard welcome the Virden Oil Capitols to the GLMC for a game at 7 o’clock. Tickets will be available at the gate. And join Marty Martinson at 6:45 for the Pre-Game and all the action when the puck drops at 7 here on 102-9 CJAR. Last night in the MJHL, Selkirk slid past Portage 3-2. Virden doubled Swan Valley 6-3.
The junior “B” OCN Storm had one game at home this weekend. The Storm blanked North Winnipeg 5-0 Saturday night.
The road wasn’t long enough for the OCN Blizzard to find a win this weekend. The Blizzard got rocked 7-0 by the Pistons in Steinbach last night. They lost 6-5 to the Winnipeg Blues on Friday. OCN have 3 games at home this week. The first will be against the Virden Oil Capitols on Wednesday.
The MJHL first place OCN Blizzard head south for 2 games this weekend. The Blizzard face contests in Winnipeg against the Blues tomorrow night and in Steinbach where they take on the Pistons on Sunday. We’ll have a full broadcast of both games on 102.9 CJAR. The Pre-Game Show starts at 6:45 both nights. Martin Martinson has the play call when the puck drops at 7.
The OCN Storm played a close game last night when the Cross Lake Islanders beat them 6-5 in overtime.
The Storm has a chance to pull off a win tomorrow night when they face the North Winnipeg Satalites at the GLMC.
The puck drops at 8PM.
The OCN Blizzard were perfect against Neepawa at the GLMC. Goals from Brody Dale, Dustin Mozdzen and Daniel Chartrand brought the Blizzard to a 3-1 win over the Natives last night. OCN beat Neepawa 4 to 1 Tuesday night. The Blizzard are on the road this weekend. They face Winnipeg Saturday and Steinbach on Sunday.
The OCN Storm take over the GLMC tonight. The Storm face the Cross Lake Islanders for the first time this year. Game time is 7 o’clock.
There are two games In The MJHL tonight. The OCN Blizzard faces the Neepawa Natives at The Gordon Lathlin Memorial Centre at 7PM The Blizzard are Still First Place in the league. The game will not be broadcasted on CJAR tonight.
Elsewhere, the Steinbach Pistons play the Portage Terriers at the TG Smith Centre at 7:30.
There are 3 games on the MJHL schedule tonight. The OCN Blizzard are home to face the Neepawa Natives. Game time is 7 o’clock and tickets will be available at the gate just prior to the game. The Blizzard are 2nd in the MJHL, a point back of Steinbach. Neepawa sits 5th in the league. Elsewhere tonight, the Stampeders are in Dauphin to face the Kings while Winkler is home to Selkirk.
The OCN Blizzard has been receiving a lot of support so that they can stay in OCN. Blizzard Governor Shorty Lathlin recently spoke to CJAR to talk about fundraising for the OCN Blizzard. Lathlin says there will be Chase the Ace at the Kikiwak Inn every Friday night. On game nights chase the ace will be sold at the GLMC. There will also be an $8,000 bingo on November the 4th at the veteran’s hall and a raffle for Winnipeg Jets Tickets and an ATV. The draw for the raffle is expected to take place in December.
OCN Councilor Lori Lathlin attended the annual general assembly of the Keewatin Tribal Council where she conducted a presentation seeking support for the team. The presentation was well received and the Blizzard will be getting some support from a few KTC First Nations. Broken Head Ojibwe nation is also interested in supporting the Blizzard and, Nelson House, Cross Lake First Nation have agreed to support the team as well.
Lathlin would like to thank everyone for supporting The OCN Blizzard.
The OCN Blizzard take to the road this morning for two games in Virden this weekend. We’ll have the broadcast for tonight and tomorrow’s games. Marty Martinson has the call following the Pre-Game at 7:15. The puck drops at 7:30 both nights. There are a total of 5 games in the MJHL tonight.
The OCN Storm have their regular season home opener tomorrow night at the GLMC. The Storm welcome the Selkirk Fishermen to OCN. Game time is 8 o’clock.
There was just one game in the MJHL last night. Steinbach was in Neepawa. The Natives slammed the Pistons 6-1. There are no games scheduled in the league tonight.
Five Athletes from MBCI will be going to the provincial cross country meet in Winnipeg Today. They will be competing with the rest of the province at a course at Kilcona park.
There were 3 games in the MJHL last night. Dauphin blanked the Swan Valley Stampeders 2-0. Neepawa hammered Wayway 8-2 and the Winnipeg Blues fell 4-2 to the Steelers in Selkirk. The lone game in the league tonight has Steinbach at Neepawa.
The OCN Blizzard hit payload with the Winnipeg Blues on the Thanksgiving long weekend. The Blizzard doubled the Blues 8-4 Friday night at the GLMC. OCN entertained the home crowd to a 4-3 overtime win on Sunday. The Blizzard now hold top spot in the MJHL standings with a 6-1-1 record. OCN hit the road this weekend. They face Virden both Friday and Saturday.
In the SJHL the Flin Flon Bombers lost 2-1 against the Kindersley last Saturday. The Bombers are now third place in the league, and they will take on the Humboldt Broncos Tomorrow night at 7:30.
The OCN Blizzard are back in action this weekend. The Blizzard will entertain the Winnipeg Blues tonight and again on Sunday. Tonight’s game starts at 7:30, and Sunday night at 6 and tickets will be available at the gate for both games. The Blizzard boast a second place record of 4-1-1. Winnipeg is second last with a record of 1 and 4.
The Junior “B” OCN Storm hit the road for one game this long weekend. The Juniors will host OCN in Peguis for one game, Saturday night at 8.
Correction: An Earlier version of this story said the storm was playing the icedogs they are playing Peguis Juniors on saturday night.
It was a tough end to the OCN Blizzard’s first road trip of the year. The Blizzard couldn’t find the net in Steinbach last night and lost 5-0 to the Pistons. OCN beat Selkirk 5-4 on Saturday and Selkirk won the game on Friday, also 5-4. The Blizzard are now off until the weekend when they’ll host Winnipeg to a game on Friday and again on Sunday. There are no games in the MJHL tonight.
The OCN blizzard has a chance to turn their three game winning streak into a five game streak when the face the Selkirk Steelers. The first game will be played tonight at 7:30 and tomorrow night at the same time.
The OCN Blizzard kept their winning streak alive when the beat the Dauphin Kings last night 7-3 at GLMC. They will have chance to make it a four game streak when they face the Steelers in Selkirk this Friday night. The Puck will drop at 7:30.
The OCN Blizzard are in action tonight at GLMC as they take on the Dauphin Kings. All the action starts at 7.
The OCN Blizzad won their season opener against the Wolverines on Friday night
beating them 2-1 on Friday night and they beat the Stampeders 3-2 on Saturday
night. They will have a chance to make it a three game winning streak tomorrow
night against dauphin at GLMC.
The OCN Blizzard volunteered at the Kelsey Community School Open House on September 19th. Physical Education teacher Jared Hynes says the team has been participating in the event for the past few years and the students always have a good time with the Blizzard.
The season opener for the OCN Blizzard is tonight. They will face the Waywayseecappo Wolverines at GLMC at 7PM. Tomorrow the Blizzard will play another home game against the Stampeders at 7PM.
Next Wednesday The OCN Storm will be playing their first exhibition game against the Islanders in Cross Lake at 7:30 The two teams will play each other again on the 29th at GLMC.
The OCN Blizzard have a final skate day today as their regular season kicks off tomorrow night. The Blizzard will welcome the Waywayseecappo Wolverines to the GLMC for their season opener. Season tickets are still available at the Blizzard office today. The office will be open from 1 until 7. Tickets for tomorrows game will be availabe at the gate.
The Pas Slo-Pitch League held an All Men’s and All Women’s tournament over the weekend. In the women’s division, First place winners were Weekend Warriors. Second place went to Grand Slam Me and the “B” side winners were Ravens. Fish Tubs took first place in the Men’s division. Paperworks Pounders finished second. The “B” Side winners were Blue Jays. Event organizer Shawna Hrappstead said it was a great weekend of baseball.
The OCN Blizzard wrapped up their pre-season with a second win in a row against their rival Swan Valley Stampeders. After winning against Swan Valley at the GLMC on the weekend, the Blizzard went to Swan River last night and got by the Stamps 5-4 in overtime. Elsewhere, Virden dumped Portage 5-2, and Winkler beat Winnipeg 3-1. The Blizzard will spend the next 9 days getting ready for their regular season home opener. They’ll welcome Waywayseecappo to the GLMC next Friday September 22nd.
Corrections: An Earlier Version of this story had the incorrect author listed
The OCN Blizzard will play their next preseason game against the Swan Valley Stampeders tonight at the Swan River Centennial Arena at 7:30. There first regular season home game is scheduled for September 22nd
The Pas recreation and wellness centre will be having yoga classes on Mondays from September 25th to December 18th. Intermediate classes will run from 5:30 to 7PM and beginner and restorative classes will run from 7 until 8:30 PM. Cost to register is $180 for members and $204 for non-members. Non member registration opens on September 16th. Call 627-1134 for more information.
The Flin Flon Bombers beat the OCN Blizzard at Friday nights pre season game at
the whitney Forum 5-3. On Saturday nights game the Blizzard beat the Swan Valley
Stampeders 5-1 at the GLMC. The Blizzard will play their next pre season game
tomorrow night at the swan river centennial centre.
The OCN Blizzard will play there next exhibition game tonight in Flon Flon and there next home exhibition will be played tomorrow night against the Swan Valley Stampeders at 7PM
The OCN Blizzard is having a Season Ticket Drive for one day only on September 9th with an early bird price of $225. Available at Paperworks plus or by calling 627-7077
The OCN Blizzard Lost their First Exhibition Game to the Flin Flon Bombers last night 7-0. Their next home exhibition game will be played this Saturday against the Swan Valley Stampeders at 7PM.
Kelsey Recreation and The Pas Minor Hockey are running a young guns conditioning camp from September 11th to October 6th. The camp will feature Dry land and on ice training at The Pas Recreation and Wellness Centre RJH Arena.
Cost is $30.00 for The Pas Minor Hockey Players and $85.00 for outside players. For more information or to sign up email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Tonight The OCN Blizzard will play their first exhibition game at Gordon Lathlin Memorial Centre against the Flin Flon Bombers. All the action starts at 7PM. Their first regular season game will be played on September 22nd
The Pas Slo Pitch League Champions have been named. The A side champions are the Blue Jays. The B side winners are the Master Batters, and The Alouettes won the C side championship.
The MJHL is launching a new mobile app this season. The app will give fans easy access to, scoring data, game scores, standings and statistics.
The Mobile app is free and is available for android and apple smartphones and tablets.
The OCN Blizzard Golf Fundraiser is set to take place at the Halcrow Lake Golf Course in The Pas on September 10th
The registration begins at 9AM on September 10th and the shotgun starts at 10AM. Cost is $80 dollars a person which includes 18 holes and a steak dinner. All proceeds go to the OCN Blizzard.
Tickets can be purchased at the Halcrow Lake Golf and Country Club, The OCN Blizzard Office, and Paperworks Plus.
The OCN Blizzard is in need of host families to billet players. Billeting involves having a hockey player stay at your house during the hockey season.
The Blizzard will have lots of players from out of town this year that have a lot to share and lot to give to the family that they are going to be living with.
There will be a billet meeting that will go through all of the rules that the players have to follow when living in someone’s house which will take place once more billet families come forward.
If you are interested in being a host family you can contact the Blizzard at 627-7077 or Billet Coordinator Deanne McGuiness 620-0581.
The OCN Blizzard Summer Hockey Camps began on August 27th and will wrap up tomorrow. The first camp is the OCN Blizzard Hockey School that provides 8 hours on ice instruction and 2 hours of dry land for children aged 7-10 in one group and children aged 11 to 13 in another group. The other camp is the OCN Blizzard conditioning camp for children 14 and up.
The OCN Blizzard Rookie Camp will run on August 31st and September 1st with a registration fee of 75 dollars and their main camp will run from September 2nd to the 4th by invitation only. To find out more about these camps visit ocnblizzard.com.
The 9th Annual Par Three Fundraising Tourney is taking place at the Halcrow Lake Golf and Country Club on September 16th. Entry fee is $100 Dollars a player and $400 a team. The Tee Off is at 11AM. To sign up or for more information call 204-627-2300.
All Proceeds will go towards Improvements for the Halcrow Lake Golf course.
The Pas Slo Pitch League playoffs continue tonight. At Arena One the Deadly Diamonds will play Balls Deep, The Alouettes face Pure Pressure at Centennial Field, and the Old Balls will play Tipsy Ten at Kinsmen Field. All games will start at 6:30.
The OCN Storm Jr. B Hockey Club is having their main camp from September 8th until the 10th at the GLMC. Registration will be held Thursday September 7th from 5-8 PM in the front Lobby of GLMC. The cost of the camp is $40 and all kids aged 16-20 are welcome to attend. For more information call 204-969-0078.
There were 3 games in The Pas Slo-Pitch playoffs last night. Paperworks Pounders beat bracken Dam OG to move on. Blue Jays trumped Hits n Giggles and are on to the next round. And Master Batters beat Sons Of Pitches to advance. There are no games tonight. Playoffs resume on Monday.
The all Men’s and All Woman’s Slo Pitch Tournament takes place here in The Pas from September 15th to the 17th. Entry fee is $250 with a $100 deposit. To register call Shawna Hrappstead at 620-2191
The Pas Recreation and Wellness Centre will be running an indoor cycling workout program from September 12th to the 26th on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 12:15-12:45. Cost is $30 for members and $48 for non-members. Registration for non members will be open on September 6th.
For more information please contact The Pas Recreation and Wellness Centre at 627-1134 or email email@example.com.
There will be a youth disc golf tournament here in The Pas at Kinsmen Park on September 9th. Registrations time is 8:30 AM and 9:00AM is tee off.
Entry is free for youth 16 and under and adults are 35 dollars. Lunch will be provided. For more information call at 204-617-0146
Tonight in The Pas Slo Pitch League playoffs, The Paperworks Pounders will play the Bracken Dam OG’s at Arena 1. The Hits and Giggles will play the Blue Jays at Centennial Field and the Master Batters will play the Son’s of P’s at Kinsmen Field. All games start at 6:30.
The playoffs for The Pas Slo Pitch League continue today. At Aena 1 the Fireballs will play the Deadly Diamonds at 6:30 this evening and the winner will play Balls Deep next Monday.
At Centennial Field Pure Pressure will play the Big League Crew at 6:30 and the winner will play The Alouettes on Monday and at Kinsmen Field the Old Balls take on the Stompers tonight at 6:30 and the winner will face Tipsey 10 on Monday.