The Pas Sports News Archives for 2019-04

Hockey Offseason Training for Summer Months

A group hockey off season training course is taking place throughout the summer with Hayden Yaremko. The training is great for hockey players in their offseason to help push them to reach their goals with high intensity interval training focusing on endurance, overspeed training, high intensity workouts and much more.


The course runs twice a week kicking off in June and will run until mid-august with a $300 registration cost. For more information or to register call 204-620-6367

Peguis Juniors capture 4th straight KJHL title

Despite trailing since the first round the Peguis Juniors fought back and defeated the Cross Lake Islanders in game 7 action to win their 4th straight KJHL title.


The KJHL season saw a shake when half of the league left to form their own organiziation but the season started with 4 teams in the playoffs. The Juniors fought back against the OCN Storm to advance to the finals where they eventually came back again to defeat Cross Lake.


Peguis and Cross Lake will both move on to the Keystone Cup alongside the Thunder Bay Northern Hawks and Thunder Bay Fighting Walleye. The Keystone Cup runs this Friday and Saturday in Peguis. 

MBCI Spartans have another great weekend

Another great weekend for the MBCI Spartans as they were in Flin Flon for the another badminton invitational.


Josh Luce and Taylor Stark came out strong to finish in 1st in senior mixed doubles. Chase Bertholet placed first in junior singles.

The Spartans head to Thompson on Thursday for the Badminton Zone Finals.

Critical Alignment Therapy at the Aurora Sacred Healing Centre

A Critical Alignment Therapy Workshop is coming to the Aurora Sacred Healing Centre Sunday April 14th from 1:30-4:30pm.


Critical Alignment Therapy is a great way of working with injury, pain or poor physical movement. The therapy is an excellent practice to reduce the pain that occurs from various injuries. It's also a great practice to increase and maintain physical wellness and sports performance.


For more information or to register visit the Aurora Sacred Healing Centre.

Bryce Young named league MVP

Local Bryce Young has been named the SIJHL MVP for the 2018-19 season. The Red Lake Miners forward has had a historic year scoring 60 goals during the regular season adding 41 assists totaling 101 points on the year. Among the MVP award Young was also the rookie of the year.


Young will also be a nominee for Canadian Junior Hockey League Player of the Year that will be announced in May.

KJHL accepting applications for new teams

While the KJHL finals continue, the league is currently team accepting applications for new franchises. The league will be meeting May 4th and will review all team applications.


Before the season started, half of the league pulled out to form their own league in Southern Manitoba citing travel costs and an uneasyness to travel for long hours after the Humboldt Bronco's bus tragedy. This move shook the league making due with 5 teams and various showcase weekends but is open to expanding and ramping up for next season.


The deadline to apply is April 19th. For more information or to register email 


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