The Pas Sports News Archives for 2015-01

OCN Blizzard Game Results

The OCN Blizzard had only one game this weekend and squeaked out a couple of points with a 3-2 shootout win over the Winkler Flyers at the GLMC.

 

Cole McCarten, the newest member of the Blizzard got the winner in round six of the shootout.

 

Yesterday, it was déjà vu for the Flyers as they again lost 3-2 in a shootout, in Portage against the Terriers, while Selkirk lost 3-1 to the Winnipeg Blues.

 

There are no games tonight in the MJHL. OCN welcomes Swan Valley tomorrow night.


 

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MJHL

Although it’s quiet in the NHL as teams get set for this weekend’s All-Star game, there is plenty of action in the MJHL.

 

The Portage Terriers welcome the Steinbach Pistons, Dauphin is home to Virden, the Swan Valley Stampeders entertain Winkler and the Waywayseecappo Wolverines travel to Selkirk to face the Steelers. The OCN Blizzard have the night off. They’ll play home to Winkler tomorrow night. The lone game in the juniors last night put Portage over Winkler

5-3.

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OCN Blizzard - Wayway Game Results

OCN entered the game 5-0-2 in their previous 7 contests but had their feet swept right out from underneath of them in a 5-3 loss to the Wolverines.

The Wolverines came out firing and got up early taking a 2-0 lead in the 1st intermission. In the second OCN answered back on the PP as Rhett law scored his 12th of the season. The Wolverines would add another and take a 3-1 lead into the third period. Now in the third, that's when OCN would get themselves into penalty trouble. Even with penalties Shaq Houle would score to cut the lead to 3-2. Late in the game short handed OCN would pull goaltender Brody Claeys, Wayway added an empty net goal followed by a quick goal by Brady Keeper, again making it a one goal game 4-3. Wayway would add one more empty net goal making the final 5-3.

 

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OCN Blizzard face Wayway

The OCN Blizzard winning streak has been snapped but the team is still 5-0-2 in their last 7 games.

 

They put the hot streak to work tonight in Waywayseecappo. The Wolverines have won all 4 previous meetings this season but still trail OCN in the standings. The Blizzard are tied with Dauphin for 8th place with 1 game at hand.

 

Puck drop tonight is at 7:30 and it will be broadcasted on 102.9CJAR and thepasonline.com starting at 6:45.

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OCN Blizzard - Winning Streak

The OCN Blizzard will be looking for another win tonight when they play at home..

 

The Steinbach Pistons are in town and puck drop is at 7PM. Tickets are 10-dollars and you can get them at the door at the GLMC. If you can’t make it to the game the broadcast can be heard on 102.9 CJAR and thepasonline.com start tonight at 6:45.

 

Tomorrow OCN takes on Selkirk at home. 

 

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OCN Minor Hockey Fishing Derby

OCN Minor Novice Hockey is hosting an Ice Fishing derby on Sunday.

 

The fundraising derby takes place from 2-5 pm at the Carrot River area down Kiche Maskanow on OCN. Entry fee is 25-dollars and there will be a 60 percent pay out with prizes awarded to most fish, largest pickerel, largest other, and smallest fish.

 

Also the first and fifth fish caught are worth 25 dollars sponsored by the OCN Storm.

 

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OCN Blizzard

The OCN Blizzard played another stellar game post trade deadline last night, beating the Dauphin Kings on home ice 8-4.

In all areas the Blizzard played great hockey. Other then a few mental break downs in the defensive zone, and with the help of great play by goalie Brody Claeys the Blizzard played shutdown in their own zone.

Offensively, things clicked for the third straight game, 8 goals against a great young hockey teram in the Kings goes along way for confidence.  - See more at:

http://thepasonline.com/your-radio/blogs#sthash.dLS8J9HI.dpuf

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OCN Blizzard

 A special presentation will take place at tonight's OCN Blizzard game.

 

The OCN Blizzard entertain the Dauphin Kings at the Gordon Lathlin Memorial Center. Preceding the game will be a special presentation honoring the team’s late general manager Derrick Fontaine who passed away earlier this month. Fans are asked to be in their seats for the memorial that starts at 6:30. Puck drop is at 7 and 102-9 CJAR will have the game broadcast with Jaret Schneider calling the play.

 

Elsewhere in the league, the Swan Valley Stampeders are in Waywayseecappo and Steinbach hosts Neepawa. In the lone game last night, Waywayseecappo beat Virden 3-2.

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Huskies Pee Wee

The Pas Pee Wee “B” Huskies were in Thompson for The Prince Berscheid  tournament this weekend.

 

The Boys came out of the round robin earning a spot in the finals where they took a silver medal. They lost to Oxford House.

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The Pas Senior Huskies

The Pas Huskies were home this weekend entertaining the Sapotowayak Braves and entertain they did!

 

The senior Huskies embarrassed the Braves 28-0.

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OCN Storm

 The OCN Storm went 1 and 1 on the road.

 

The Storm lost in Selkirk 5-3 to the Fishermen on Friday then got a win a close one against the Warriors in St. Malo on Saturday. The final in that game was 3-2.

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OCN Blizzard

After the trade deadline, the OCN Blizzard had a good showing.

 

The team went 2 for 3 on the road. It took a shootout for the Winnipeg Blues to beat OCN 2-1 Friday night. OCN shadowed the Steinbach Pistons 4-3 on Saturday and were hot against the Steelers, dumping them 7-3 on Sunday.

 

Elsewhere in the juniors yesterday, the Pistons dumped the Stampeders 4-1.  And it looked like a football score in Portage. The Terriers beat Winnipeg 10-6. The Blizzard are home for their next game on Wednesday against the Dauphin Kings. There are no games in the MJHL tonight

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Pee Wee Huskies

The Pas Pee Wee Huskies travelled to Portage la Prairie for a tournament.

 

The Pee Wee A's went undefeated. They beat Jordan Sinclair Colts 8-2, Morden 4-3, Regina 4-3 in OT. The Pee Wee Huskies met up with Regina again in the gold medal game, where they won 6-5 in OT.
 

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Minor Hockey Tournament

The Pas Minor Hockey Association held a big tournament in The Pas and OCN over the weekend.

 

There were 31 games played in the novice tournmanet between teams from The Pas, Opaskwayak, Thompson, Flin Flon, Swan River and Hudson Bay. In the end The Pas Huskies Black were the overall winners. The Swan River Stampeders Blue came second while Thompson Bruins finished third.

 

 

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The Pas Senior Huskies

The Pas Senior Huskies had one game this weekend.

 

The Valley Axemen came to town Saturday only to be slaughtered 8-1 by the Huskies at the Roy H. Johnson arena-

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OCN Storm

 The Storm split the weekend games at the GLMC.

 

Saturday night they took out the North Winnipeg Satellites with a score of 6-2 but lost the rematch falling to the Satellites 5-3.

 

The OCN Blizzard had the weekend off.
 

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Novice Tournament

The Pas Minor Hockey Association will hold a Novice tournament this weekend at the Roy H. Johnston arena.

 

Teams from The Pas, OCN, Flin Flon, Thompson, Swan River and Hudson Bay will compete in 31 games over the weekend.

Game one is this afternoon at 12:30.

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Huskies

The Pas Senior Huskies have one game this weekend.

 

The huskies play host to the Valley Axemen from Swan River. The game is Saturday night at 7:30 at the RHJ Arena. Tickets at the gate.

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OCN Storm

The OCN Storm entertain the North Winnipeg Satellites to a couple of games this weekend.

 

The first game is Saturday night at 8. Sunday, the teams play a matinee at 1:30. Both games are at the GLMC. Tickets will be available at the gate just prior to puck drop.

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MJHL

The Swan Valley Stampeders host the Neepawa Natives, Virden is home to the Portage Terriers and theSelkirk Steelers travel to Winkler to face the Flyers. 

 

The OCN Blizzard are off until next Friday.

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