The Pas Sports News

Minor Soccer Begins Today

Minor Soccer kicks off today at the Kelsey Recreation and wellness centre! Starting at 5:30 pm in behind the wellness centre with the first set of games for kids born between 2017 and 2018.

 

Participants are asked to show up 20 minutes before their assigned times today and head to a table that will be set up in order to find out what teams they'll be playing on.

 

The Wellness Centre is also still looking for coaches and people to help with warmups, those interested can contact the wellness centre to volunteer.

The Pas Slo-Pitch League Begins 2022 Season Today.

The Pas Slo-Pitch League officially begins its 11 week season today.

 

First to hit the fields at 6:30 are teams 1 and 2 at Arena 1, Teams 7 and 9 at the Centennial Field and 3 and 13 at the Kinsmen field.

 

Games will take place all over town starting around 6:30 and 8 PM each Tuesday, Thursday or Friday until changing to Monday, Wednesday and Friday on July 4th for the remainder of the season.

 

For the full schedule of games check out The Pas Slo-Pitch League Facebook Page.

The Dauphin Kings and Flin Flon Bombers Fought Hard Yesterday.

The Dauphin Kings Winning streak was cut short by the Flin Flon Bombers yesterday in the battle of Manitoba for the Centennial Cup

 

Both teams gave it their all until the very end when the Bombers outscored the Dauphin Kings in a 2-1 shootout victory.

 

It was a do or die situation for the bombers who now move to the next round along with the Dauphin Kings.

 

The Last Game for the Kings before the next round kicks off today at 4 PM against the Soo Thunderbirds who have yet to win a game in the series.

The Battle For The Centennial Cup Continues

It was a busy long weekend in Estevan as the Centeniall cup continued with more games.

 

On Saturday the Flin Flon Bombers squeezed past the Ottawa Jr. Senators with a 3-2 overtime win.

 

On Sunday the Dauphin kings swept the Summerside Western Capitals 7-1. Monday was Flin Flon's turn to face the Summerside Western Capitals, who came back 4-1 against the Bombers.

 

Today at 4PM the battle of Manitoba kicks off as the Dauphin Kings face off against the Flin Flon Bombers.

Centennial Cup Day One A Success For The Bombers

The Flin Flon Bombers started their Centennial Cup journey with a bang last night when they  beat the Soo Thunderbirds  6-1.

 

They get the day off before facing the Ottawa Jr Senators tomorrow at 4 PM.

 

Today the Dauphin Kings are on the ice currently against the same Ottawa Jr. Senators in game 1 of their journey.

Teams From All Over Canada Headed to Estevan

Teams from all over Canada are on the road as they journey to Estevan to battle for the Centennial Cup.

 

The schedule is jam packed with games starting this Thursday and ending with the finals on the 29th.

 

The Flin Flon Bombers kick off their series with a game against the Soo Thunderbirds of Sault Ste. Marie at 4PM.

 

The Dauphin Kings hit the ice against the Ottawa Jr. Senators on Friday at noon.

 

For the full schedule and updated scores throughout the tournament click here.

Dauphin Kings Win The 2022 MJHL Playoffs

The Dauphin Kings Have won the Turnbull Memorial Trophy after a 2-1 win over the Steinbach Pistons.

 

The Pistons got off to a strong start while outshooting the Kings 14-5 in the first period and opening the night 1-0 with a goal by Dawson Milliken.

 

Less than a minute into the second period Logan Calder tied the game during a penalty kill for the Kings.

 

Mid way through the third Brayden Dube scored the Kings game winning goal.

 

Dauphin now begins preparations for the 2022 Centennial Cup in Estevan May 18-29.

Game 7 of the MJHL Finals Tonight

It's Game 7 today in the MJHL Finals as the Steinbach Pistons Host the Dauphin Kings.

 

Over the weekend both teams traded a win with final scores at 2-0 for the teams.

 

The Puck Drops at 7:30 for the Turnbull Memorial Trophy.

Bombers Fall Just Short

The Flin Flon Bombers quest to bring a Canalta Cup  championship back to Northern Manitoba just came up short on Friday night in Estevan.

 

The Bruins played a text book game and didn't allow many good scoring opportunities in a low scoring 2-0 victory to claim theit first title since 1999.

 

Flin Flon had lots of momentum coming into Friday after a big 6 to 1 win at the Whitney Forum on Tuesday. Matter of fact,  Flin Flon out scored the Bruins 15 to 5 in the last 3 games coming into the final game on Friday.

 

I give Estevan a lot of credit, they made adjustments and didn't give the Bombers anything and played as good as a  defensive game that I have ever seen.

 

The game winning goal came courtesy of Kian Calder when he put a shot through a big crowd in front of the Bomber net to beat Cal Schell early in the second period.

 

That would hold up  til Olivier Pouliot scored on a 4 on 3 power play late in the third to give the Bruins the all important insurance goal  on their way to the 2-0 win.

 

Cal Schell did everything he could to keep his team in the game and finished with 28 saves to go along with a staggering .934 save %. Word is,  if the Bombers would of won Friday he would of been awarded the playoff MVP.

 

The MVP went to Estevan goalie Boston Bilous who also played very well and shut the Bombers out twice in the final.

 

This was as close as the Bombers have been to a league  championship since 1992-93 getting the final to 7 games.

 

Flin Flon had been to the finals on two other occasions losing in 6 to Melfort in 2016 and got swept 4 straight by Battleford in 2017.

 

This doesn't take away from an incredible ride  that the whole community and Bomber nation  rallied around for their entire playoff run.

 

Lots of former players made their way to the Whitney Forum and gave their support as the current Bombers played their hearts out for these former great players and the entire community.

 

Who will ever forget the massive 50/50's, the horns, sirens, jerseys, shirts, bunny hugs and of course Krazz beating his drum. This was the most fun I  can ever remember calling Bomber games.

 

The tremendous large crowds made it so easy to get into it and I could hardly wait to get to the rink and jump on the air.

 

The nice thing is,  the Bombers arn't done playing yet, as they will get a chance to compete at the Centennial Cup.

 

Estevan is the host team so Flin Flon was given an automatic birth for going to the final.

 

A big thank you to all the fans, volunteers, sponsors and of course the players and coach's on making this a season to remember.

 

I will release a schedule on the Centennial Cup later in the week as the tournament will start on Thursday May the 19th.

Dauphin VS Steinbach Game 5 Tonight

The Dauphin Kings head to Steinbach to try and break the tie against the Pistons in game 5 of the MJHL finals tonight.

 

Dauphin tied the series 2 each on wednesday with a 5-2 win at Credit Union Place in Dauphin.

 

4 games in and each game has finished with the winning team scoring exactly 5 goals so far. The two teams meet for game 5 at 7:30PM  tonight.

Steinbach Hosts the Dauphin Kings in Game 4

The Steinbach Pistons Host the Dauphin Kings Tonight in game 4 of the MJHL playoff finals.

 

It`s been an eventful week for the teams, trading wins and the winner scoring at least 5 goals a game.

 

Currently the Steinbach Pistons lead the series 2-1. Puck drop is at 7:30.

Flin Flon Bombers Take it to Game 7

The Flin Flon Bombers have taken the SJHL playoff finals to game 7.

 

On Saturday the Estevan Bruins took game 5 into overtime  with a narrow 5.8 seconds and scored the winning goal leading 3-2 in the series. The Bombers came back with a 6-1 win Tuesday to tie the series at 3 games each.

 

Game 7 takes place in Estevan at 6pm Central time Friday, you can listen to the action live with CFAR or on www.Flinflononline.com

OCN Storm Awards Banquet and Social Took Place Over the Weekend

The OCN Storm held their year tend awards banquette and social over the weekend!

 

Chavez constant received the awards for MVP and Playoff MVP.

 

Nolan Sinclair Jr received Best Goalie Award.

 

Hutton Hurst-Foster was the Most Improved Player.

 

Sheldon Chartier was the Most Sportsmanlike Player.

 

Wesley Beardy received the Fan Favorite Award.

 

Troy Head received Best Defensive Player.

 

Roger Houle Jr was awarded the Best Forward Award.

 

Both Damon Constant and Roger Houle Jr received the Best Rookie Awards.

 

Blaine Dorion received the Hardest Worker Award.

 

And Harlan Jacobson was awarded the Most Dedicated Player.

 

OCN Storm General Manager Jeremy Hohn also celebrated 10 years with the team!

Red Cross Lessons at The Winton Pool

Registration is underway for The final spring Red Cross Training Sessions at the Winton pool.

 

Spots are available at every skill level except level one. If you’d like to earn your Red Cross before summer kicks in now is the time to sign up.

 

To register head over to the Kelsey Recreation and Wellness centre or call them at 204-627-1134.

 

Regular Red Cross lessons will resume during the summer season.

The MBCI Badminton Team Weekend Results

The MBCI Spartans Badminton Team was in Thompson over the weekend!

 

Isaac Tomchuk came 2nd for JV Male Singles and will be heading to Winnipeg in two weeks for provincials.

 

Sarah Forward and Zoe Cook came 3rd for JV female doubles.

 

Ryder Ellsworth and Matthew Millar came 3rd for SV Male doubles.

 

over all 321 games were played on friday, with playoffs, semifinals and the finals held on Saturday, with lots of memories made along the way!

 

Senior players   

Singles :Patience Ducharme, Ahmed Hassan, Jackson Prokopow and Riane Salamandyk 

Male doubles: Ryder Ellsworth/Matthew Millar 

Mixed doubles :Justin Katcher / Yola MacDonald     

 

Juniors players 

Singles: D’Anna Luce, Haiden Mayuk and Isaac Tomchuk 

Female doubles: Sarah Forward/Zoe Cook and Dallas Bignell/Amie Hawley 

Male doubles: Matthew Baker /Nathan LeSann & Josh Rooks/ Dylan Thwaites

Mixed Doubles:  Logan Huculak/ Erik Elliott & 

Jayden Mischuk / Devin Pfund

 

Coaches: Derek Katcher, Jeremy Katcher  and Jennifer Luce

Flin Flon Bombers Gearing Up for the Canalta Cup

The Flin Flon Bombers have made it to the finals in the SJHL Playoffs!

 

The Bombers head to Affinity Place in Estevan this Friday to begin their battle for The Canalta Cup.

 

Both hockey clubs are searching for their first Championship since the 90's with Flin Flon last winning during the 92-93 season.

 

Our sister station CFAR will be broadcasting the series in its entirety starting Friday at 7:45 PM Central with a full schedule available at www.flinflononline.com

Round Two Of The MJHL Playoffs Continues

It’s the second round of the MJHL Playoffs and the Dauphin Kings continue to lead the league with 12 points so far.

 

Tonight and Tomorrow the Dauphin Kings head to Winkler with a two game lead against the Flyers.

 

The Steinbach Pistons head to Virden to face the Oil Capitals both days, they’re tied at one game each in the series.

TPMHA Female Jamboree

The Pas Huskies 2022 Female Jamboree is this weekend!

 

The event is entirely free and will take place on Saturday from 10 Am to 3pm at the Roy H Johnston Arena.

 

All female U7-U15 players are welcome to attend. To register, please email TPMHA.femalehockey@gmail.com

OCN Blizzard Season Tickets On Sale

The OCN Blizzard Early bird Season Tickets have gone on sale!

 

Fans can save $50 per person by contacting Shawna at 620 2191 before June 30th.

 

Season tickets start at $275 for adults and $225 for students and seniors before both go up $50 each on July 1st.

 

A payment plan is available if needed with a 50% down payment and the remainder of the ticket fees due by August 1, 2022.

 

Season ticket holders guarantee their seats, which will be honored for every home game.

Derek Fontaine Memorial Hockey Tournament Results

Over the weekend teams from all over Manitoba came to compete in the first annual Derek Fontaine Memorial Hockey Tournament for a chance to win $10,000.

 

The OCN Winterhawks emerged victorious after a 2-1 win against the Cross Lake Islanders. The Peguis Redmen placed third in the tournament.

 

Ashton Paul received the Derek Fontaine MVP Award while Cheechoo Lathlin received the Brent Wilson Best Defence Award and the Wayne Young Most Sportsmanship Award.

 

Matt Krahn received the Garry Ross Best Goalie Award.

 

The Cross Lake Islanders Konrad McKay took the Alec Constant Top Scorer Award.

Derek Fontaine Memorial Hockey Tournament Starts Today

The Derek Fontaine Memorial Hockey Tournament kicks off today at the Gordon Lathlin Memorial Centre!

 

The first puck drops at 4PM when the OCN Wolfpack face off against the Moose Lake JC Monarchs, followed by the OCN Winterhawks facing the OCN LB Rockstars at approximately 5:15 PM.

 

Games will continue throughout the weekend until the finals scheduled to take place Sunday at 6 PM.

 

In total 11 teams are competing for a chance at the $10,000 grand prize while raising money for the Derek Fontaine Memorial Fund.

OCN Blizzard Announce Spring Training Camp

The OCN Blizzard spring training camp for the upcoming 2022-2023 season is on the way!

 

The camp takes place in Winnipeg on May 20th-22nd at the Bell MTS Iceplex.

 

Players born between 2003 and 2007 who are interested in playing at the Jr. A level must register before May 13th and must fill out the form available here.

 

Midget Jr. B and younger kids are required to wear full gear including a full cage for the camp.

 

Registration does not guarantee a spot in the camp, those not selected will be notified May 13th and refunded the registration fee.

 

For more information or to register contact Kris Menard at blizzardcamps@outlook.com.

The Pas Slo-Pitch League Gearing Up for 2022 Season

The Pas Slo-Pitch league has reached their 8 team minimum to begin plans for the 2022 season!

 

The league aims to kick off the season on or around May 25th with the season opener kicking off the weekend of June 10th-12th.

 

Games will take place on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays during the regular season. There are still spots available for more teams to register before May 6th with fees due on May 20th. To register your team contact Erik Bignell at 620-8152 or Logan MacDonald at 620-1790.

Niverville Nighthawks Unveil Team Logo and Colours

The MJHL expansion Niverville Nighthawks have revealed their team logo and colours set for the teams debut during the upcoming 2022-2023 season.

 

Niverville was awarded the 13th team on the MJHL roster in early June of last year, and unveiled their name in January.

 

Welcome to the MJHL Niverville!

OCN Blizzard Looking for New Head Coach and General Manager

BLIZZARD JR. A HOCKEY

PO BOX 10490

OPASKWAYAK, MB

R0B 2J0

 

The Blizzard, proud members of the Manitoba Junior Hockey League invite applications to our organization as full-time Head Coach and General Manager.

Desired Qualifications:

Responsibilities:

  • Has demonstrated success at a high level of coaching previously.
  • Possesses strong leadership skills.
  • Is committed to developing each player, so they can be successful at the next level of competition.
  • Demonstrates excellent communication skills and encourages feedback from players, coaching staff, and management.
  • Can work collaboratively with the Hockey Operations staff in developing, promoting, and accomplishing team goals.
  • Brings sound knowledge of structure, systems, and concepts that are appropriate for a successful Jr. A team.
  • Possesses or is willing to obtain High Performance 1 Certification and Respect in sport Certification.
  • Has developed a strong reputation for successfully recruiting, developing, and promoting Junior A players in the past.
  • Has demonstrated a high level of integrity in the past when dealing with players, parents, fellow coaches, referees, fans and team management.

 

The successful candidate will be responsible for all duties normally associated with the position as a Head Coach of a Junior A Hockey team including; but not limited to the following:

 

  • Working jointy with Hockey Operations staff in recruiting and selecting a full roster of high-quality Junior A caliber players.
  • Planning and conducting all on-ice try-out camps, practices, games and off-ice development.
  • Developing practice and game plans which promote the teaching of appropriate offensive, defensive and special team systems and related skills.
  • Utilizing all available game analysis software to correct, reinforce and motivate players.
  • Developing and implementing a team/player program which fosters the growth of athletic and personal skills of all team member via skill work, analysis, regular evaluation and feedback.
  • Overseeing the enforcement of player rules, regulations and team policies including disciplinary standards for all on and off ice conduct.
  • Developing and maintaining collaborative, supportive, and professional relationships with each area and league teams.
  • Establishing and maintaining a professional reputation among all external agencies (leaguestaff, opposing teams, visiting and host hotels, referee group, sponsors, minor hockeypartners, opposing team fans and support staff.)
  • Serving as a representative consistent with the values and standards of the Blizzard whenconducting meetings with parents, families, social clubs, media, fans and league officials.
  • Performing Community Outreach and making public relations appearances as requestedfrom time to time.
  • Reaching out to sponsors to increase and reach marketing goals.
  • Performing additional duties as directed by team management as requested.

To Apply:

Please submit a cover letter, resume and 3 references electronically as well as anyquestions to Usman Tahir at usman_tahir625@yahoo.com

The Blizzard have temporarily placed Kris Menard as Acting General Manager until the position isfilled. Email- krismenard@msn.com Phone: (204) 823-0541

Archives:

2022-05 | 2022-04 | 2022-03 | 2022-02 | 2022-01 | 2021-12 | 2021-11 | 2021-10 | 2021-09 | 2021-08 | 2021-07 | 2021-06 | 2021-05 | 2021-04 | 2021-03 | 2021-02 | 2021-01 | 2020-12 | 2020-11 | 2020-10 | 2020-09 | 2020-08 | 2020-07 | 2020-06 | 2020-05 | 2020-04 | 2020-03 | 2020-02 | 2020-01 | 2019-12 | 2019-11 | 2019-10 | 2019-09 | 2019-08 | 2019-07 | 2019-06 | 2019-05 | 2019-04 | 2019-03 | 2019-02 | 2019-01 | 2018-12 | 2018-11 | 2018-10 | 2018-09 | 2018-08 | 2018-07 | 2018-06 | 2018-05 | 2018-04 | 2018-03 | 2018-02 | 2018-01 | 2017-12 | 2017-11 | 2017-10 | 2017-09 | 2017-08 | 2017-07 | 2017-06 | 2017-05 | 2017-04 | 2017-03 | 2017-02 | 2017-01 | 2016-12 | 2016-11 | 2016-10 | 2016-09 | 2016-08 | 2016-07 | 2016-06 | 2016-05 | 2016-04 | 2016-02 | 2016-01 | 2015-12 | 2015-11 | 2015-10 | 2015-09 | 2015-08 | 2015-07 | 2015-06 | 2015-05 | 2015-04 | 2015-03 | 2015-02 | 2015-01 | 2014-12 | 2014-11 | 2014-10 | 2014-09 | 2014-08 | 2014-07 | 2014-03

Venus Pizza's Top 3 at 3!

Venus Pizza Top 3 @ 3 Top of The 70's
Add a Comment
(Fields are Optional)

Your email address is never published.

Weather

YOUR Calendar

May

S M T W T F S
1 2 3 4 5 6 7
8 9 10 11 12 13 14
15 16 17 18 19 20 21
22 23 24 25 26 27 28
29 30 31