The Pas Sports News Archives for 2018-03

The Pas Huskies To Be Honoured At The Manitoba Legislature

Representatives from The Pas Huskies minor hockey team will be going to the Manitoba legislature on April 3rd where they will be honored for their contribution to the community.

 

After winning the 2018 Chevrolet Good Deeds Cup The Pas Huskies put their prize money of $15,000 towards the Oscars Place Homeless Shelter.

OCN Blizzard Annual Awards Banquet

The OCN Blizzard season has come to an end and their annual awards banquet was held at the Aseneskak Casino on Wednesday evening. There were a total of 14 awards given and Anthony Keeper won The “Most Popular Player” and the “Top Scorer” awards. Other winners included Tavis Roch who won this years Tuff Guy Award, and Austin Shumanski won the most dedicated player award. A complete list of award winners can be found at ocnblizzard.com

 

OCN Blizzards Journey To The Turnbull Cup Comes To An End

The race to the Turnbull Cup has come to an end for the OCN Blizzard. The Blizzard were ousted last night after losing game 6 of the first round of the MJHL playoffs. The Flyers advance to the next round after beating OCN 7-6 in overtime in Winkler. 4 of the 6 games in that series went to overtime. 3 of those games went to double overtime. In the other series, Virden advanced after beating Selkirk 4 games to 1, Steinbach swept Swan Valley 4-nothing and Winnipeg leads Portage 3 games to 2.

Do Or Die For The OCN Blizzard Tonight

It's do or die for the rest of the first round of the playoffs for OCN. The Blizzard are down 3 games to one in the best of 7 against the Winkler Flyers. Game 5 goes tonight at the GLMC. Tickets are available at Paperworks Plus today and at the gate tonight. We'll have a live broadcast on 102-9 CJAR strting at 6:45. Game 6, if needed, will be Sunday at 7:30 in Winkler. Also, Virden is at Selkirk tonight. The Oil Capitols have a 2-1 series lead.

OCN Blizzard Down 3-1 in The Playoffs

The Flyers blanked the Blizzard 3-0 last night in Game 4 of the first round of the MJHL playoffs. Winkler now leads the best of 7, three games to one. Game 5 will be tomorrow night at 7 at the GLMC. Tickets are available at Paperworks Plus in the Otineka Mall.

MJHL Teams in Playoff Action Tonight

All 8 MJHL teams are in playoff action tonight. The OCN Blizzard are in Winkler. The Blizzard go against the Flyers down 2 games to none. We’ll have a full broadcast starting with the Pre-Game Show at 7:15. Steinbach goes into Swan River leading the Stampeders 2 games to none. Winnipeg is at Portage. The Blues lead 2 games to none and Selkirk is at Virden. That series is tied at one apiece.

Middle Years Basketball Tournament Results

The Middle years basketball tournament was held in The Pas last weekend and teams from Flin Flon, Creighton and Cranberry participated. The Pas Boys team won the AA side, the girls side winners was The Pas team, and Creighton was the boys A side winner.

A tough playoff Start For The OCN Blizzard

The OCN Blizzard had a rough start to the playoffs. The Blizzard are down 2 games to none after losing to the Winkler Flyers,  4-3 on Friday and 4-2 on Saturday. OCN needs momentum to change in their favor in a big way as home ice advantage now goes to Winkler for games 3 and 4 on Tuesday and Wednesday. Elsewhere in the MJHL playoffs, Steinbach has a 2-0 series lead on Swan Valley, Selkirk and Virden are tied at a game apiece and Winnipeg leads Portage 2 games to none.

The Pas Huskies Receive Good Deeds Cup and Cash Reward At a Special Ceremony

The Pas Huskies Minor Hockey team received the Chevrolet Good Deeds Cup and their cash award of $15,000 at a special ceremony at the Kelsey Recreation Wellness Centre on Saturday afternoon. The Huskies received a lot of praise not only for their victory but for their efforts with helping people in the community.

 

Olympic Gold Medalist Caroline Ouellette, and Chad Zolinski from The Stand Up For Oscars Place Group spoke at the ceremony and they congratulated the team. The Huskies will be putting their $15,000 prize money towards the Oscars Place Homeless Shelter.

 

 

The Pas Swimmer Jarvis Gibb Wins 5 Gold Medals

The Pas native and swimmer Jarvis Gibb’s gold medal count at The 2018 Manitoba Winter Games in Thompson is now at five. He won gold in 100 metre individual medley, 100 metre breaststroke, 50 metre breaststroke, 50 metre freestyle, and 50 metre butterfly. 

 

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2018 Legion Funspeil Cancelled

The 2018 Legion Funspiel that was scheduled for this weekend has been cancelled.

The Pas Men's Annual Bonspiel

The Pas men’s annual bonspiel is taking place from March 16th to the 18th at The Pas Curling Club. The entry fee is $220 per team which includes a supper and a dance. To register call 620-2601 or sign up at the curling rink.

 

There is over $10,000 worth of prizes to be won and the deadline to sign up is March 14th.

ANAVET Cup Series Returns to The MJHL and SJHL

The Manitoba and Saskatchewan Junior Hockey Leagues have renewed the ANAVET cup series. A best of seven series where the winner advances to the RBC Cup

The ANAVET cup series will begin on April 27th and the 29th at the home arena of the MJHL Champion.

Manitoba Male Bantam AA Provincials in The Pas

The Manitoba Male Bantam AA Provincials begin tomorrow in The Pas. The First game will be played at 2PM and Flin Flon will take on OCN.  The Pas natives Ashton Paul, Connor Collgan, Nathan Moore and Colby Hnidy will be playing for Flin Flon and OCN has a few players from The Pas as well. A complete schedule of the Bantam AA Provincials can be found online at thepasminorhockey.ca/provincials

The Pas Huskies Good Deeds Cup Celebration

The Pas Huskies are the winner of this year’s Chevy Good Deeds cup and they will be celebrating this Saturday. The celebration will take place at the wellness centre from 3-4 PM and a free skate at the Roy H Johnston Arena will follow from 4:30 to 5:30.

Olympic Medalist Brigitte Lacquette Visits The Pas

Olympic Silver Medalist Brigitte Lacquette visited The Pas recently and she conducted a speech at the Roy H Johnston Arena. Lacquette played for the Canadian woman’s hockey team at the 2018 Winter Olympics and they won silver medal.

 

During her presentation she talked about her career as a hockey player and the obstacles that she had to overcome and the most important message she delivered was that it doesn’t matter where you come from you can always achieve your dreams.”

 

She feels that representing first nations will give other first nations people feelings of hope.

The Pas Huskies Win Bronze in Male Pee Wee Rural A Provincials

The Pas Huskies won the bronze medal at the Hockey Manitoba Male Pee Wee Rural A Provincials in La Broquerie on Sunday. They beat the Carman cougars 6-4. More results can be found online at hockeymanitobastats.ca

Male Pee Wee Rural A1 Provincials Results

Hockey Manitoba Male Rural A1 Provincials were held in The Pas last weekend. The Lorette Comets won first place, The Thompson King Minors came in second, and the Portage Terriers Placed third. The Pas Huskies lost to the Flin Flon Bombers 6-1 in the consolation finals on Sunday. More results can be found online at hockeymanitobastats.ca

MBCI and Scott Bateman Basketball Action

It was a lucky weekend for MBCI and Scott Bateman Basketball teams. The MBCI Senior Girls and senior boys played at the senior varsity basketball finals in Norway House. The Senior Girls won third place and the senior boys came in second.

 

Meanwhile the Scott Bateman Boys basketball team placed first at their tournament in Dauphin.

Swimmers From The Pas Competing in the Manitoba Winter Games

The 2018 Manitoba Winter Games in Thompson opened yesterday and many swimmers from The Pas will be participating. Caitlin Mcdonald and Ella Neagle are competing in the Youth Female Position, Breean Luce, Gabrielle Alyea  and Payton Poulin are the Junior Female Position.

 

Jarvis Gibb and Alex Battams are in the youth male position and Owen Kerr and Damarcus Pasiowetz will compete in the Junior Male Position. For more on the winter games visit sportmanitoba.ca

 

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OCN Blizzard Lose Final Game Of The Regular Season

The OCN Blizzard went to Swan River for their final game of the regular MJHL season. The Stampeders stomped the Blizzard 4-0 at yesterday’s game. The Blizzard face the Winkler Flyers in the first round of the playoffs. Game 1 in the best of 7 is Thursday at OCN. The Blizzard finished the season 32-20-5, 4th in the league. Winkler sit 5th after a 35-25-0 season.

OCN Storm Finish KJHL Season in Third Place Overall

The OCN Storm lost both of their last games of the KJHL season. The Storm got hammered 8-1 by the Warriors in St. Malo on Friday. OCN lost 5-4 to St. Malo on Saturday. The Storm finished the season in 3rd place overall.

OCN Blizzard Play The Stampeders This Sunday

The OCN Blizzard will have a couple of nights off before they face the Swan Valley Stampeders this Sunday at 2:30 PM. The Blizzard are still fourth place in the league.

MBCI Sports This Weekend

The senior varsity basketball finals are in Norway house this weekend and the MBCI boys and girl’s varsity teams will be competing. Elseware, the Scott Bateman Boys Basketball team is headed to Dauphin.

2018 Hockey Manitoba Pee Wee Provincials

The 2018 Hockey Manitoba Pee Wee Division Provincials will begin tomorrow here in The Pas and will wrap up on Sunday.

 

Tomorrow the first game will be played at 1:30 where The Pas will face Flin Flon. Followed by a game at 3:15 that will see Thompson take on Stonewall, and Portage will play Cross Lake at 5PM

 

You can find more information and a complete schedule for the provincials online at thepasminorhockey.ca/provincials

OCN Blizzard Win Their Last Home Game Of The Regular Season

The OCN Blizzard beat the Swan Valley Stampeders in their last home game of the regular season last night 5-3. The Stampeders will have a chance at redemption this Sunday in Swan River against the Blizzard. The puck drops at 2:30PM.

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