The OCN Blizzard’s final road trip of the regular season kicked off with a loss. The Blizzard fell 3-2 in a shootout with the Terriers in Portage. OCN is in 4th place in the MJHL. Their next game is Friday night in Waywayseecappo.
Athletes at MBCI are on the road. The MBCI curling team will play in the curling provincials in Winkler from today until the 24th. Meanwhile the boys and girls junior varsity basketball teams will be going to the zone 11 finals in Thompson from February 23rd to the 24th and the senior varsity boys basketball team is headed to Dauphin for an invitational tournament that runs from the 23rd to the 24th.
The OCN are on the road this morning. The Blizzard face the Terriers in Portage at 7:30 tonight in one of three games on the schedule. The next live broadcast will be on Friday when OCN are in Waywayseecappo.
The OCN Blizzard had a winning weekend at home. The Blizzard beat Waywayseecappo 3-2 at the Roy H. Jonhston Arena on Friday. OCN again shadowed the Wolverines, 2-1 at the GLMC Saturday night. The Blizzard will next hit the road for a 4-game trip that starts in Portage on Wednesday.
The OCN Storm had just one game on the long weekend. The Storm fell 5-4 to the North Stars Saturday night.
The Blizzard got a big win at home last night. The OCN Blizzard welcomed the Dauphin Kings to the GLMC and sent the Kings back home with a 7-4 loss. Brady Valliquette and Brayden Dale each scored a hat trick in the win. OCN are back at it Friday when they host Waywayseecappo at the Roy H. Johnston Arena in The Pas.
Corrections: The incorrect author was listed in a previous version of this story
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The OCN Blizzard had 3 games in as many nights over the weekend. The Blizzard were in Winkler, winning Friday’s game 4-1. It took a shootout for the Flyers to take Saturday’s game 5-4. On Sunday, OCN fell 6-3 to Neepawa. The Blizzard get 2 days of skate time before hosting Dauphin on Wednesday.
The OCN Storm had an unprecedented losing weekend at home. The Storm lost in a shootout, 7-6 to the Peguis Juniors on Saturday. Peguis dumped OCN 7-3 on Sunday. The Storm still sit in second place in the KJHL, two points back of Selkirk.
It was a busy weekend for school basketball teams.
The MBCI Junior Girls Varsity team played in the Gilbert Plains tournament over the weekend. Even though they lost all three of their games they still played extremely well. Meanwhile the varsity boys came in second place overall winning three games out of four at their tournament in Minnedossa and the senior varsity girls came in 3rd place in the B side of their tournament in Flin Flon.
The Scott Bateman Middle School boys and girls basketball teams also played in a tournament in Swan River on Saturday. One of the boy’s teams came in third while the other boys team came in 4th and the girls team came in 5th place.
The OCN Blizzard have a full weekend road trip scheduled. The Blizzard play Winkler back to back tonight and tomorrow night. OCN is in Neepawa on Sunday. Tonight’s and tomorrow’s game will start at 7:30. Sunday has a 6:30 start. All 3 will be broadcast on 102.9 CJAR.
The OCN Storm will play host to the Peguis Juniors tomorrow and Sunday. Saturday’s game starts at 8. Sunday is a matinee game. Puck drops at 1:30. Tickets will be available at the gate for both.
The MBCI senior varsity girls Basketball team is playing in a tournament today and tomorrow in Flin Flon. The junior varsity girls basketball team will play in a tournament in Gilbert Plains, and the junior varsity boys will be playing in a tournament in Minnedosa. The boys and girls basketball teams at Scott Bateman middle school are in a tournament in Swan River on Saturday.
The 40th Annual Grub box Atom Tournament was held in The Pas over the weekend and The B division grub box cup was won by The Pas Huskies with a score of 6-3 over Thompson. Also the A division morrish cup was won by Thompson with a score of 4-3.
The Double A division Grub Box cup was won by Thompson Over Swan River 6-3, and T
he double A Huskies lost the bronze medal to Flin Flon in a close overtime game. For a complete list of scores and photos from the tournament go to the pasminorhockey.ca
The MBCI Boys had 3 teams at a curling zones tournament in Flin Flon on the weekend. MBCI Team 1 went 5 games undefeated to win the event. Gillam came second. MBCI 2 finished 3rd while MBCI 3 finished 4th.
The OCN Blizzard got one of two at this GLMC on the weekend. Neepawa beat OCN 3-1 on Friday. The Blizzrd blanked Winkler. OCN is off this week. Their next play is in Winkler on Friday
The OCN Storm had two games over the weekend. The Juniors trumped OCN 7-6. That game in Peguiswent to a shootout. On Saturday, the Storm doubled North Winnipeg 4-2.
The OCN Storm are on the road this weekend. The Storm face the Juniors in Peguis tonight and head to our capitol tomorrow to take on the North Winnipeg Satellites. The Storm sit second in the KJHL, 2 points back of Selkirk and 2 ahead of Peguis.
It’s a busy weekend for The OCN Blizzard as they take on the Neepawa Natives tonight and the Winkler flyers on Saturday night at the Gordon Lathlin Memorial centre. The puck drops at 7PM for both games. The Blizzard sit in 5th place in the league with 25 wins and 15 losses.
The 40th Annual Grub Box Atom Minor Hockey Tournament begins on February 2nd until the 4th. The games will be played at The Roy H Johnston Arena and The Gordon Lathlin Memorial Centre.
The Alongside the Huskies there will be teams from, Flin Flon, Thompson, OCN, Cross Lake, Norway House, Snow Lake Gilliam and Swan River. The First game will feature the B Divisions Flin Flon Bombers and The Pas Huskies at 12PM at the Roy H Johnston Arena.
This Tournament is proudly sponsored by The Grub Box.
The OCN Blizzard game against the Stampeders tonight has been postponed as Swan River has declared a state of emergency due to a water shortage. No word yet on a make-up date.
It was a busy weekend for the MBCI and Scott Bateman Middle School Basketball Players. The Junior Boys and girls played in their home tournament this weekend and the boys finished second in the A pool and the girls teams finished second place in the B pool.
The Senior Boys basketball team was in Brandon where they lost to Swan River and Dauphin but where victorious over Crocus Plains.
The boys and girls teams at Scott Bateman Middle School Both won their tournaments which were held in Creighton and Flin Flon.
The Blizzard were on the road this weekend and the Blues got to them. Winnipeg beat OCN 3-1 on Friday. The Blues won again last night, 4-3. OCN will have a skate today then head to Swan River to take on the Stampeders tomorrow night.
The OCN Blizzard are on the road this weekend. The Blizzard face the Winnipeg Blues both tonight and Sunday night. Tonight’s game at 7 and Sunday night at 6:30 will be broadcast live on 102-9 CJAR. OCN has won their last 3 games.
The MBCI Junior Boys and Girls basketball teams will be playing in a tournament at MBCI and Scott Bateman Middle School. The Tournament begins this afternoon at 4 and will wrap up tomorrow. Meanwhile the senior boys basketball team will be playing a tournament in Brandon this weekend and the middle school boys and girls basketball teams are headed to Creighton and Flin Flon for a Tournament.
The OCN Blizzard seem to be back to their winning ways. Trygve Many Guns had 2 goals for OCN as they doubled up the Wolverines in Waywayseecappo 4-2 last night. The Blizzard have the day off. They’re in Winnipeg tomorrow night.
Another big win for the OCN Storm. The Storm beat Cross Lake 8-5 at the GLMC last night. The Storm remain tied for first with Selkirk. The Peguis Juniors are 2 points back.
The OCN Blizzard are on the road this afternoon. OCN wiil be in Waywayseecappo to night for a game against the Wolverines. Puck drops at 7:30 with Marty Martinson at the call. Catch the pre-game show at 7:15. Last night, Mark Liwiski had 2 goals to help the Blizzard beat the Dauphin Kings 5-2
The OCN Blizzard are back in action tonight. After beating the Winnipeg Blues here on Saturday, the Blizzard hope for a repeat when they face the Dauphin Kings at the GLMC. Puck drops at 7 Tickets will be available at the gate at 6:30.
The Swan Valley Stampeders took home the Doug's Source for Sports Cup, top honours in the "AA" division, with a 7-3 victory over the Flin Flon "AA" Bombers.
The Thompson King Miners took home the "A" title, and the Prince-Berscheid Cup, with a 12-2 win over the Tataskweyak Eagles.
Third place in the "AA" division went to the The Pas Huskies, who won 3-2 over the "AA" King Miners. The Norway House Northstars won the "A" third place game with a 5-4 victory over The Pas.
The OCN Blizzard had just one game over the weekend. The Blizzard got their first win of 2018 when they beat the Winnipeg Blues 3-2 Saturday night at the GLMC. The Blizzard will welcome the Dauphin Kings next. They play tomorrow night at 7.
The Storm were dominant on the road. They thumped the North Stars 8-1 in Norway House on Friday. The Storm, two points back of Selkirk for first in the league, welcome the Cross Lake Islanders to OCN on Wednesday.
The OCN Blizzard have just one game this weekend. The Blizzard have hit a slump as of late and have dropped to 6th place in the MJHL. OCN have lost 9 in a row. They hope to turn things around when they host the Winnipeg Blues tomorrow night at 7. Tickets will be available at the gate.
The OCN Storm head to Norway House to face the North Stars tonight in their only game of the weekend. The Storm are tied with Selkirk for 1st place in the KJHL.
It’s been a tough run for the OCN Blizzard. After taking a loss in Virden on Thursday, the Blizzard took a 4-1 loss at the hands of the Steinbach Pistons at the GLMC on Saturday. The Blizzard have the week to regroup. They’ll face the Winnipeg Blues at OCN this Saturday. The Blizzard are winless in January. They’ve now lost 5 in a row.
The OCN Storm are on a roll. On the road this weekend, the Storm blew out the Fisher River Hawks 10-1 on Saturday. They beat Arborg Ice Dawgs 7-4 on Saturday. OCN’s next game is Friday against the Nort Stars in Norway House. The Storm are tied with the Selkirk Fishermen for first place in the KJHL.
The Pas Huskies Minor Hockey Team is one of the top ten contenders for the 2018 Chevrolet Good Deeds Cup. Teams can qualify for the Good Deeds Cup by submitting a video of the players doing good deeds for the community and The Pas Huskies submitted a video of the meal that they held at Oscars Place.
The Huskies have received two thousand dollars for making it in the top ten and they will be donating their winnings to the Oscars Place Homeless Shelter. The team has the potential to win five-thousand dollars if they make the top three and fifteen thousand dollars if they win the cup.
The videos submitted by minor hockey teams will be uploaded to Chevrolet Canada’s You Tube Channel and the voting will be based on the videos that have the most views.
The video will be uploaded this Sunday at midnight and you can help the Huskies get views by sharing the video on social media.
Corrections: The Video is set to be uploaded at Midnight on Sunday night not Monday as stated earlier
The MBCI Senior girl’s varsity basketball team is heading to Creighton today for a tournament that runs until Tomorrow. Also this weekend The Scott Bateman Middle School boy’s basketball team will be attending a jamboree in Kamsack.
The OCN Blizzard went to Virden for a make-up game yesterday. The Oil Capitols got OCN 5-4 in overtime. The Blizzard hope home ice advantage will help turn around a 4-game losing streak. They’ll welcome Steinbach to the GLMC Saturday night at 7.
The OCN Storm was at home yesterday. They got by Norway House 7-5. OCN is now tied with the Selkirk Fishermen for first place in the KJHL. The Storm face the Hawks in Fisher River tomorrow and in Arborg on Sunday.
The OCN Storm are in action at the GLMC tonight. The Storm face the Norway House Northstars. Game time is 7 o’clock and tickets will be available at the gate.
The OCN Blizzard are looking to rebound their losing streak. OCN hasa make-up game in Virden tonight. The game originally scheduled for last month was cancelled due to poor weather driving conditions. After three straight losses, the Blizzard are tied with Selkirk for 5th place in the league. Virden is 3rd, four points up on OCN.
The MJHL recently announced the rosters for the SJHL/MJHL Showcase. The showcase will consist of the top 60 college eligible players from each league as chosen by their coaches and the players will play on three different teams.
Team Garbutt, will consist of players born from 1999 to 2001 while teams Zajac and Belfour will be made up of players born in 1997 and 1998.
This year, five OCN Blizzard players will take part in the showcase. Dustin Mozden will play for team Garbutt while Dorian Laganiere, Tavis Roch, Matthew Greening, and Anthony Keeper will play for team Zanjac.
The showcase takes place from January 15th to the 16th at the Co-Operators center in Regina and it will give players the opportunity to showcase themselves to coaches and scouts.
The Pas Huskies hosted a novice tournament in The Pas and OCN over the weekend. Numerous teams travelled from all over Northern Manitoba and Saskatchewan to compete in the 3-day event. In the finals yesterday, the Flin Flon Rhinos finished first over the Hudson Bay Hunters. The Flin Flon Firemen finished third while The Pas White got 5th place and OCN finished 12th overall.
The OCN Blizzrd capped off the weekend with a trip to Swan River. The game went to overtime with Swan Valley taking a 7-6 win. Portage beat OCN both Friday and Saturday. The Blizzard, tied with Winkler for 4th place will take a few days to regroup before heading to Virden on Thursday.
The Scott Bateman Middle school basketball program needs your help and is offering some prizes for it. Ticketsfor 31 days of thirty-one are on sale now for only 10 dollars each, with only 300 printed.
Each ticket makes you eligible for one prizea day for the entire month of January with the final draw on the 31st.
Cost of prizes range from 30 to 98 dollars, and all proceeds will go towards the basketball teams.
The OCN Blizzard are now on their Christmas break. The Blizzard finished off 2017 with a 6-0 pounding of the Selkirk Steelers last night at the GLMC. It was a tight match on Friday but the Steelers would take that 4-3 in overtime. OCN’s next game is at home January 5th against Portage.
The OCN Blizzard are home for the weekend. The Blizzard face the Selkirk Steelers at the GLMC Saturday night at 7 and again Sunday night at 6. We’ll have a broadcast of Sunday night’s game on 102.9 CJAR. Tickets for both games will be available at the gate.
The Norman Wolves and the Yellowhead Chiefs minor hockey teams will face one another in two games this weekend at the Roy H Johnston Arena. The First game will be played on Saturday at 6PM and the other game will be played at noon on Sunday. Admission is 4 dollars and there will also be a 50/50 draw and a progressive loonie stick draw.
The Rotary Club of The Pas 6th Annual Bill McDonald Senior Varsity Basketball tournament kicks off tomorrow here in The Pas. There will be a boys and girls tournament with High School teams from Flin Flon, Norway House, The Pas, and many others across Manitoba and the winning team will be awarded with a $1000 scholarship.
The Tournament will be held at The Wellness Centre, Margret Barbour Collegiate, UCN, and Scott Bateman Middle School. The Pas teams will being playing their first games tomorrow at MBCI. The boys play at 2PM and the girls will play at 4PM.
The OCN Storm keep trying to make their way to the top of the MJHL standings. The Storm picked up another couple of points with a 7-5 win on the Cross Lake Islanders last night putting them second in the league, 2 points back of Selkirk. The setback for the Storm is that they don't play again until next Wednesday.
The OCN Blizzard were 2 for 2 at the MJHL Showcase in Winnipeg, winning both games this week. The Blizzard took a 5-2 win over Winkler last night. They beat Portage 3-1 on Monday. The Blizzard are back home. They welcome Selkirk to the GLMC for games on Saturday and Sunday.
The OCN Storm are on the road today. They’ll travel to Cross Lake and face the Islanders tonight at 7. The Storm are 3rd in the KJHL, one point behind Peguis and 4 back of Selkirk.
The OCN Blizzard won their first of 2 games at the Manitoba Showcase in Winnipeg. OCN beat Portage 3-1 last night. The Blizzard face Winkler tonight at 6 and we’ll have that game live here on 102-9 CJAR. The Manitoba Showcase features scouts from the WHL and college leagues scoping future prospects
A win was not in the cards for the OCN Blizzard over weekend. The Blizzard fell short and a lot had to do with penalties on Saturday. OCN lost 4-3 to the Pistons in Steinbach. OCN got dumped 7-2 in Selirk on Friday. The Blizzard had yesterday to regroup and get set to perform for numerous scouts who will be in attendance at the Manitoba Showcase which gets underway today. OCN plays Portage in Winnipeg at 6 o’clock. We’ll carry the game live here on 102-9 CJAR.
The OCN Storm’s winning ways continued. The Storm beat Arborg 9-3 at the GLMC Saturday night. The Storm haven’t lost a game since November 18th.
The OCN Blizzard is on the road and they will face the Steinbach Pistons tonight at 7:30. We have all the action right here on CJAR with Marty Martinson. There next game will be played on Sunday against the Portage Terriors at 6PM.
As the OCN Storm lead the North Division in the Keystone Junior hockey League they will take on the Arborg Ice Dogs tomorrow night at the GLMC. The puck drops at 8PM.
Next Week, The Bill Mcdonald Senior Varsity Basketball Tournament will take place here in The Pas From December 15th to the 16th. Eight boys and eight girls teams from Manitoba and Saskatchewan will be participating.
The tournament will be held at The Wellness Centre, Margret Barbour Collegiate, UCN, and Scott Bateman Middle School.
The Pas teams will be playing their first games on the 15th at MBCI. The boys will play at 2PM and the girls will play at 4 PM.
Correction: An earlier version of this story referred to the tournament as “volleyball” instead of Basketball
The OCN Storm are on home ice tonight. The Storm will welcome the Norway House North Stars to the GLMC. The game starts at 7 and tickets will be available at the gate just prior to game time.
The OCN Blizzard have 3 road games this week and the first one didn’t end in their favor. The Blizaard fell 4-2 to the Kings in Dauphin last night. OCN will be in Selkirk on Friday then take on the Pistons in Steinbach on Saturday.
In MJHL action The OCN Blizzard are on the road and they will face the Dauphin Kings tonight at 7:30. Also tonight the Neepawa Natives face the Selkirk Steelers, The Swan Valley Stampders take on the Virdin Oil Capitals, and the Winnipeg Blues play the Winkler Flyers.
It was a back-and forth weekend for the OCN Blizzard at the GLMC. The Blizzard lost 3-2 to Steinbach on Friday after being down 3-0 in the first period. The Blizzard would strike back Saturday with a 5-2 win ove r the Pistons. The Blizzard, now tied with Portage for 3rd in the MJHL, will hit the road for their next game. That’ll be against the Steelers in Selkirk on Friday.
The OCN Storm had a great weekend on the road. OCN beat the Lundar Falcons 9-7 on Friday. They destroyed Fisher River 17-2 on Saturday. Next up, Norway House comes to OCN this Thursday.
The OCN Blizzard are hoping for a packed house at the GLMC tonight. The Blizzard face the Steinbach Piston in one of two weekend games. For those that can’t make it, we’ll have the broadcast starting at 6:45 on 102.9 CJAR. The Blizzard are 3 points away from taking first place from Winkler. Steinbach is second, a point up on OCN heading into the weekend.
The OCN Storm were controlling winners over Cross Lake at the GLMC last night. The Storm smashed the Islanders 12-2. OCN’s junior “B” team has a busy weekend. They travel to Lundar to face the Falcons tomorrow. They take on the Hawks in Fisher River on Sunday.
The OCN Blizzard fell short of their chance to move up in the rankings last night. The Blizzard lost 4-3 to the Stampeders in Swan River. OCN, with a record of 18-7-2 is in third place in the league, a point back of Steinbach and 2 points behind first place Winkler. The Blizzard face Steinbach at OCN twice this weekend.
The OCN Storm welcome the Cross Lake Islanders to the GLMC tonight. This should be a good one. The last time these two teams met, OCN shadowed Cross Lake 9-8. Game time is 7. Tickets will be available at the gate.
The OCN Blizzard take a short trip to Swan River today. The Blizzard, tied for second place with Steinbach and 2 points back of Winkler for first, face the Stampeders tonight at 7:30. The 102-9 CJAR Pre-Game Show starts at 7:15. Marty Martinson calls the play for you when the puck drops at 7:30.
The OCN Blizzard was off last weekend but they managed to beat the Dauphin Kings last Friday 3-1 at the Credit Union Place. The Blizzard will play the Swan Valley Stampeders on Wednesday at the Swan River Centennial Arena and the puck will drop at 7:30. The Blizzards next home game will be played on December first against Steinbach.
The OCN Blizzard beat the Norway House North Stars with a big win on Saturday night at GLMC with a final score of 16-4. The Storm is in first place in the North Division and The North Stars are in last place in the same division. The Storm will play their next home game this Thursday against the Cross Lake Islanders at 7PM.
The OCN Blizzard have just one game this weekend. The Blizzard hit the road this afternoon. They’ll face the Kings in Dauphin at 7. We’ll have the broadcast on 102.9 CJAR with Marty Martinson at the call. The Pre-Game Show starts at 6:45.
The OCN Storm wreaked havoc last. The Storm took a one day road trip to Norway House and destroyed the North Stars 10-0. The Storm are back home. They’ll again take on the Stars tomorrow night at the GLMC. Game time is 8 o’clock.
The OCN Storm are on the road. They face the Northstars in Norway House tonight. The Storm have tomorrow off and entertain Norway House at the GLMC on Saturday.
They wanted redemption and the OCN Blizzard got it. After getting beat 2-1 by Virden on Tuesday, the Blizzard dropped the Oil Capitols 5-2 at the GLMC last night. Top scorer Tony Apetagon had 2 goals a had an assist in the win. The Blizzard have the day off before heading to Dauphin tomorrow.