The Pas Sports News Archives for 2019-10

OCN STORM WITH 2 BIG WINS AT HOME AGAINST PEGUIS.

THE OCN STORM WOULD HAVE AN AMAZING WEEKEND.

THEY WENT INTO THE WEEKEND WITH A COUPLE OF GAMES AGAINST THE PEGUIS JUNIORS AT HOME.

GAME ONE WENT SATURDAY NIGHT AT THE GLMC.

WHERE THE STORM WOULD WIN IN CONVINCING STYLE WITH A 8-4 WIN OVER THE JUNIORS.

TANNER BARBEAU WOULD HAVE 2 GOALS AND AN ASSIST IN THIS GAME FOR 3 POINTS AND TEAM LEADING BRYSON WERBIKI-MALLET WOULD HAVE 1 GOAL AND 2 ASSISTS .

GAME 2 WENT SUNDAY AFTERNOON. PEGUIS WOULD LOOK FOR SOME REDEMPTION IN THE MATINEE GAME BUT THE STORM WOULD PICK UP THE WIN WITH A FINAL SCORE OF 6-5.

BRYSON WERBIKI-MALLET WOULD HAVE A GOAL AND 2 ASSISTS AND NOAH BUTLER WOULD HAVE A GOAL AND 3 ASSISTS IN THE WIN

 

WITH THE WIN THE STORM STILL SIT IN 1ST PLACE IN THE KJHL WITH 5 WINS AND 1 LOSS IN 6 GAMES.

NEXT ACTION FOR THE STORM IS THIS WEEKEND AS THEY TRAVEL TO CROSS LAKE TO FACE THE ISLANDERS. SATURDAY AND SUNDAY.

NORMAN NORTHSTARS TO PLAY A COUPLE OF GAMES IN THE PAS / OCN

The Manitoba Under 18 AAA Hockey League will come to The Pas and OCN for a couple of games this upcoming November.

Players from The Pas/ OCN and surrounding communities are well represented on the North Stars squad this year.

Come Check out some AAA Under 18 hockey action. These Guys are the future of hockey in Manitoba!

OCN BLIZZARD LOOSE 2 ON THE ROAD TO SELKIRK STEELERS THIS WEEKEND.

THE OCN BLIZZARD WENT INTO THIS WEEKENDS MATCHUPS AGAINST THE SELKIRK STEELERS ON A 2 GAME WINNING STREAK.

THEY WENT INTO SELKIRK SATURDAY NIGHT FLYING IN THE 1ST PERIOD SCORING 2 BACK TO BACK GOALS . COREY CHECCO PUT THEM ON THE BOARD 1ST AND THEN WES DOBBIN GOT THE SECOND ONE. AFTER THE 1ST PERIOD IT STOOD AT 2-0.

IN THE SECOND PERIOD THE BLIZZARD WOULD DRAW 1ST BLOOD AGAIN WITH ANOTHER GOAL FROM WES DOBBIN HIS 3RD OF THE SEASON FOR THE BLIZZARD.

THEN THE STEELERS WOULD TAKE CONTROL OF THE HOCKEY GAME HALFWAY THROUGH THE SECOND PERIOD.

THE STEELERS WOULD GET A GOAL FROM RILEY PORTNER, AND THEN BLAKE BURR TO MAKE THE GAME 3-2 AFTER THE SECOND PERIOD.

THE STEELERS WOULD AD ONE MORE GOAL IN THE 3RD PERIOD BY BRETT NAMAKA TO TIE THE GAME AND SEND IT INTO OVERTIME.

THE BLIZZARD CAME OUT IN THE 3 ON 3 OVERTIME FLYING . BUT THE STEELERS WOULD CAPITALIZE ON THEIR CHANCE AT 2:08 INTO THE OVERTIME FRAME ON A GOAL FROM BRETT NAMAKA AND THE STEELERS WOULD “STEAL” THIS ONE FROM THE BLIZZARD 4-3.

 

THE SECOND GAME OF THE BACK TO BACK SERIES WAS IN PEGUIS AT THE BEAUTIFUL NEW MULTIPLEX RECREATION FACILITY.

FROM THE START OF THE GAME THE BLIZZARD PLAYED WELL. ZAK CLOUTIER WOULD MAKE A BUNCH OF KEY SAVES FOR THE BLIZZARD BUT WAS FINALLY BEATEN AT 7:55 IN THE 1ST PERIOD. THE STEELERS WOULD TAKE THE 1-0 LEAD INTO THE SECOND PERIOD AND THEN THE BLIZZARD WOULD BE PENALIZED. THE ENSUING POWER PLAY WOULD PROVE TO BE BENEFICIAL FOR THE STEELERS AS BRETT NAMAKA WOULD SCORE TO MAKE IR 2-0 STEELERS.

THE BLIZZARD WOULD GET ON THE SCOREBOARD AND GET WITHIN ONE OF THE STEELERS ON A GOAL FROM SEQUOIA SWAN AT 15:00 INTO THE SECOND. THE STEELERS WOULD AD ONE MORE GOAL IN THE SECOND FRAME AND THEN ADD AN EMPTY NETTER IN THE 3RD TO SWEEP THE WEEKEND SERIES WITH A SCORE OF 4-1

WITH THE LOSS THE BLIZZARD FALL ONE SPOT BACK IN THE STANDINGS AT 9TH PLACE WITH 6 WINS AND 7 LOSSES AND ONE OVERTIME LOSS IN 14 GAMES.

 

THE BLIZZARD WILL LOOK TO GET BACK INTO THE WINNING COLUMN.

THE NEXT ACTION FOR THE OCN BLIZZARD IS THIS THURSDAY FOR A HALLOWEEN NIGHT GAME IN WAYWAYSECAPPO FOR A GAME AGAINST THE WOLVERINES.

WE WILL HAVE ALL THE ACTION FOR YOU ON 102.9 CJAR WITH THE PRE-GAME SHOW AT 7:15PM AND THE PUCK DROP SET FOR 7:30PM.

 

Photo Credit: Kelly Kocur Jacobson

OCN STORM STAY ON TOP OF THE KJHL AFTER THIS WEEKEND.

The OCN Storm were on the road this weekend for a couple of games against the Nelson House (NCN) Flames this weekend.

Game 1 Friday night was at the C.A. Nesbit Arena in Thompson.

Both teams took the 1st period to feel one another out. with no scoring in the 1st.

 

But the Flames came out in the second with 3 unanswered goals. to make the game 3-0 Flames at the end of the second.

The Flames would ad one more at the start of the 3rd to make the game 4-0. But the OCN Storm would come Storming back with 3 unanswered goals and a hat-trick from Bryson Werbicki-Mallet. Noah Butler would ad one more towards the end of the 3rd to tie the game 4-4.

The NCN Flames would score with 9 seconds left in the game to win in dramatic fashion 5-4.

 

Game 2 Saturday night was in Nelson House at the Gilbert McDonald arena in Nelson House.

(As of this time no Boxscore was updated on ther KHJL website)

The Storm would get the win 5-2 over the Flames.

With the win the OCN Storm stay in 1st place in the KJHL with a 3 and 1 record in 4 games played on the season so far. 

 

Next games for the Storm are this Saturday and Sunday at home , at the GLMC against the Peguis Juniors.

OCN BLIZZARD SPLIT A PAIR OF HOME GAMES AGAINST THE 1ST PLACE PORTAGE TERRIERS

The OCN Blizzard went into this weekend with a pair of games against the 1st Place Portage Terriers

The 1st game was Friday night at the GLMC.  Portage would get the better of the Blizzard. 6-3

Boston Bird would add to his team leading point lead with a goal. Sequoia Swan and Darren Gisti would add goals for the Blizzard.

With Friday's loss this would set the tone for Saturday Night.

 

The Terriers would draw 1st blood in game 2. with a goal 2:36 into the period with a goal from Justin Giacomin. . Then the Blizzard would tie it up 5 minutes later with a goal from Ryan Butler for his 7th of the season. Then the Blizzard would come out flying in the second period. 4:23 into the 2nd defenceman Cole Haukaas would get his 1st goal of the season. to make the game 2-1 Blizzard.

 

Then not even 10 seconds later. Ryan Butler would get his 8th and team leading goal of the season to make the score 3-1.

The Terriers would ad one more goal at 13:35 in the second on a power play goal from Reece Henry.

 

That would be the last goal scored in this game as there was no scoring in the 3rd. The Blizzard would hang on to beat the Terriers 3-2.

Next game for the Blizzard is this Wednesday night when the Swan Valley Stampeders come t town.

 

We will have the game for you right here on your voice for the OCN Blizzard CJAR with the pre game show set for 6:45 and the puck drop at 7pm.

 

Photo Credit : Kelly Kocur Jacobson 

 

THE PAS TO HOST "On-Ice Hockey Officials Clinic for Level One, Two and Three"

There will be a On-Ice Hockey Officials Clinic for Level One, Two and Three at the Roy H. Johnston Arena on Saturday, October 19th 2019 
 
The Clinic will run from 9:00am to 4:30pm in the multipurpose room at the arena.
On-ice session will be held from 2:15-3:15pm in Roy H. Johnston Arena.
Officials are required to bring skates, helmet and whistle for the ice session. 
 
To attend this clinic you must be 13 years of age by December 31st, 2019  
 
All NEW officials are required to complete the Hockey University course before registering for the clinic.
Any returning officials are not required to complete the Hockey University course again.
 
 All officials MUST sign up for the clinic online, in advance.
Go to the Hockey Manitoba website www.hockeymanitoba.ca to register.

 

All officials Level 2 or higher are required to complete the Respect in Sport online course.

If you have taken it previously for officiating, then you are not required to complete it again.

THE OCN BLIZZARD SPLIT A PAIR OF GAMES AT HOME THIS THANKSGIVING WEEKEND.

The OCN Blizzard went into this weekend's back to back games on a 2 game winning streak. The Virden Oil Capitals came to town for a back to back game set against the Blizzard. 
Saturday nights game was postponed due to bad weather conditions in Virden. 


But they made the trip for Sunday's game and came out on top. With a 6-3 win over the Blizzard. 

Ryan Butler would score 2 goals for his 4th and 5th goals of the season. Tobais Odjick would get his 1st of the season.

Monday afternoon they would play the make up game at 1pm at the GLMC

Riley Zimmerman would score his second of the season in the 1st period. Then Kobe Campbell would ad to his point total with his 3rd goal of the season. Boston Bird had a goal for his 4th goal of the season for his team leading point total. He would finish this game for 8 points on the season. Ryan Butler would also ad to his goal scoring lead with his 6th of the season.

 

The Blizzard would come out on top with a final score of 4-2.


The Blizzard next action will be this Friday and Saturday night when the Portage Terriers come to town for a set of games at the GLMC.  Both games are set to start at 7:00pm

 

Photo Credit : Kelly Kocur Jacobson

THE OCN STORM WIN THEIR HOME OPENER WITH A BIG WIN!!

The OCN Storm started their 8th season and home opener this past Friday night at the GLMC. The Norway House Northstars came to town to open the season. The Storm came out in top with a 6-1 victory over the North Stars. 

 

Logan MacDonald found the back of the net just 3:06 after opening faceoff. Blaine Dorian and Drayden Garrick assisted on the tally.  Then Chavez Constant made it 2-0 at the 9:23 mark

Fourth-year veteran Bryson Werbicki-Mallet scored the first of his two goals at 4:42 of the second period to put the Storm up 3-1

Werbicki-Mallet struck again at 14:03 of the third period. 11 minutes later Butler scored his first of the season making the score 5-1. Garrick, another former Cross Lake Islanders veteran, would add to his three-point night with a late goal to make the final score 6-1

Next game for the Storm will be Thursday night against Norway House at the GLMC. And then take to the road for a couple of back to back games on the weekend in Nelson House to take on the Flames. 

 

Photo Credits: Anthony Fontaine

THE OCN BLIZZARD GET A MUCH NEEDED WIN IN NEEPAWA. RYAN BUTLER WITH 2 GOALS!

The OCN Blizzard were victorious on the road last night

THE BLIZZARD WENT INTO NEEPAWA WITH A 2-4 RECORD WITH 6 GAMES PLAYED ON THE SEASON.

 

THE BLIZZARD DREW 1ST BLOOD IN THE 1ST PERIOD WITH A GOAL BY JAMES MAXWELL AT 14:00 INTO THE 1ST PERIOD.  THEN WITH 1 MINUTE TO PLAY IN THE 1ST. THE BLIZZARD WOULD ADD ANOTHER GOAL FROM NEWCOMER RYAN BUTLER. THE KID FROM MAPLE RIDGE , BC JOINED THE TEAM LAST WEEK,. ACQUIRED FROM THE MELLVILLE MILLIONAIRES OF THE SJHL.

THEN THE BLIZZARD WOULD BE PENALIZED FOR HOLDING ENTERING THE SECOND PERIOD. AND THE NATIVES WOULD CAPITALIZE ON THEIR CHANCE. RYLAN GUNDARSON WOULD AD THE 1S GOAL FOR THE NATIVES IN THE GAME ON THE POWER PLAY.

 

RYAN BUTLER WOULD ANSWER AGAIN WITH AN EVEN STRENGTH GOAL . AT 14:29 IN THE SECOND. TO MAKE THE SCORE 3-1.

THE BLIZZARD WOULD BE PENALIZED AGAIN AT 18:14 IN THE SECOND PERIOD AND NOAH GOERTZEN WOULD MAKE THE MOST OF THE POWER PLAY SITUATION AND BRING THE NATIVES WITHIN ONE TO MAKE THE SCORE 3-2 HEADING INTO THE 3RD PERIOD.

(#19 Ryan Butler)

THAT’S WHAT THE SCORE WOULD REMAIN. AS THE BLIZZARD WOULD GET THEIR 3RD WIN OF THE SEASON. TO BRING THEIR RECORD TO 3-4 ON THE SEASON.

DESPITE THE BLIZZARD BEING PENALIZED FOR 18 MINUTES DURING THE MATCH (2 MINUTES SHY OF A WHOLE PERIOD) THE BLIZZARD CAME OUT VICTORIOUS.

 

NEXT ACTION FOR THE BLIZZARD WILL BE THIS WEEKEND AT HOME AT THE GLMC.

THE VIRDEN OIL CAPITALS WILL BE IN TOWN FOR GAMES SATURDAY AND SUNDAY NIGHT.

 

PHOTO CREDIT:  Kelly Kocur Jacobson

THE PAS HUSKIES ATOM, PEE-WEE AND BANTAM TRYOUT DATES / COACHING CLINICS

Tryouts have been announced for Atom 1 & 2 and Peewee 1 & 2.  Player must be registered to TPMHA and their $30 tryout fee paid in full to participate.

 

Pee Wee 1-A Tryouts will be Saturday Oct 5th.

Atom 1-A Tryouts will be Saturday Oct. 5th

 

Bantam 1-A Tryouts , Saturday Oct 5th 6:15pm

Bantam 2-A Tryouts , Sunday Oct 6th 2:15pm

 

Peewee 2-A Tryouts will be Oct 12th, 13th and 19th

Atom 2-A Tryouts will be Oct 12th, 13th and 19th.


 

 

For more information check out their website at https://www.thepasminorhockey.ca/

 

The Pas will be hosting coaching clinics for coaches looking to update their qualifications or people looking to become a 1st time coach.

 

Hockey University (HU) - Online Coach 1/Coach 2 Respect in Sport - Coaches and Activity Leaders *Please note that the Speak Out program is NO LONGER ACCEPTED by Hockey Manitoba*

 

**Any coach that completed their Respect in Sport - Coaches and Activity Leaders in the 2014 season or earlier is required to re-certify with their Respect in Sport prior to the December 1st deadline.**

 

Hockey University (HU) – Online Coach 1/Coach 2 and Respect In Sport - Coaches and Activity Leaders MUST BE COMPLETED prior to registering for an in-person clinic. - ALL coaches will receive a free one-year subscription to the Hockey Canada Network App when attending a clinic. -

 

Clinic participants must bring their skate, stick, gloves, and CSA approved helmet for the on-ice portion of the clinic. - Clinic participants are encouraged to bring a notepad and pen. Please be sure to arrive 15 minutes early. -

 

ALL Minor Hockey and High School coaches must wear CSA approved helmets during practices and on-ice activities

 

PLEASE NOTE: * There is a $25 administration fee to change clinics * You Must attend the clinic you signed up for *A $2.00 Hockey Canada Convenience Fee is charged for each credit card transaction

 

*ALL team staff need to certify with Respect In Sport by December 1, 2019. Please see www.hockeymanitoba.ca for more information. Or click on this link https://ehockey.hockeycanada.ca/ehockey/ClinicDetail.aspx?cid=128976

 

Thank you for registering for this course!

 

OCN STORM PREPARING FOR REGULAR SEASON. AD VETERAN PRESENCE AT CENTER

OCN Storm are preparing for their eighth season in the Keystone Junior Hockey League. After splitting a pair of games with Peguis Juniors last week the Storm will wrap up preseason action with a home-and-home series with Norway House North Stars.

 

Thursday: at Norway House

Sunday: vs Norway House, at GLMC

 

The 2019-20 KJHL regular season is scheduled to begin on October 11

 

OCN Storm are pleased to announce the acquisition of veteran forward Keith Monias from the Cross Lake Islanders in exchange for future considerations.

A product of the Cross Lake minor hockey program, Monias has put up huge offensive totals at every level. His 2014-15 season with the Islanders Midget AA ended with 100 points in just 29 games played.

Since then the 6'2 center has played in 89 games over three seasons with the Islanders Junior B scoring 82 goals with 94 assists.

 

OCN Storm are seeking billet families for the 2019-20 season. If you are able to provide a "home away from home" for our out-of-town players during the season we would love for you to become part of the team!For more information contact GM Jeremy Hohn on facebook.

OCN BLIZZARD END THE MJHL PLAYER SHOWCASE TOURNAMENT ON A LOSS.

The OCN Blizzard capped off the MJHL Showcase series last night at the Seven Oaks Arena in Winnipeg.

The OCN Blizzard took on the Virden Oil Capitals in a loss.

The OCN Blizzard Gave up 2 1st period goals. To the Virden Oil Capitals. The score was 2-0 going into the second period,.

The OCN Blizzard were a different team in the second period scoring 1st on a goal from Sequoia Swan from Cole Haukaas and Adam Drolet.

Then the Capitals would answer back with a goal 20 seconds later. The Capitals would then take a penalty and the Blizzard would answer on the power play with a goal from Darren Gisti with help from Sequoia Swan.

But that’s all the Blizzard would get. The Oil Capitals would score in the 3rd period to make the score 4-2 for Virden and that’s what the score would remain.

 

3 Stars of the Game

  1. Sequoia Swan (OCNBlizz)
  2. Cole Haukaas (OCNBlizz)
  3. Sam Willets (OCN Blizz)


The next games for the Blizzard will be at the GLMC as they return home to face the Winnipeg Blues Friday October 4th and Saturday October 5th.
You can catch Fridays Game on your Home for the OCN Blizzard 102.9 CJAR with the Pre Game Show at 6:45pm and the Puck Drop at 7:00pm.

Photo Credit: https://www.mjhlhockey.ca/

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