The Thompson Sports News

Three Thompsonites Up For Sport Manitoba Award

Three Thompson residents are nominees for a provincial volunteer award.

 

Murray Kissick, Sandra Ross Hitch and Alex Sutherland are  nominated for the Great-West Life Outstanding Volunteer Award.

 

The award is part of Sport Manitoba’s Night of Champions, where everyone from individual athletes, teams, volunteers, officials and coaches are recognized for excellence in sports.

 

Kissick and Ross Hitch were nominated for their work in co-chairing the Manitoba Winter Games held in Thompson last March.  Sutherland is nominated for his volunteer efforts with the curling program here in the city.

 

The awards event will take place this Saturday in Winnipeg.

Brandon Wins Manitoba Midget "AAA" League Title

FOR JUST THE 2ND TIME IN THE PAST 8 YEARS, A TEAM BESIDES THE WINNIPEG WILD WEARS THE MANITOBA "AAA" MIDGET HOCKEY LEAGUE CROWN. 

 

THE WINNIPEG WILD AND BRANDON WHEAT KINGS MET IN THE MANITOBA TRIPLE A MIDGET LEAGUE HOCKEY FINAL FOR THE SECOND YEAR IN A ROW.

 

AFTER BEING SWEPT LAST YEAR, THE WHEAT KINGS EARNED THE LEAGUE TITLE LAST NIGHT WITH A 4-1 HOME ICE VICTORY.  

 

NEXT UP FOR BRANDON IS THE REGIONAL TELUS CUP IN TISDALE SASKATCHEWAN STARTING APRIL 4.

 

THE WINNER THERE WILL MOVE ON TO THE NATIONAL TELUS CUP IN THUNDER BAY.

Former RDPC Teacher Gets Call To the MHSAA Hall Of Fame

A former RD Parker teacher is headed to the Manitoba High School Athletic Association Hall of Fame.

 

Mark Diboll will be inducted on May 11th as a builder.

 

Diboll played a key roll in developing the RDPC track and field program, and has three provincial titles and 14 zone championships to his name.

 

He also coached volleyball during his time here in Thompson, and has won several volunteer and coaching awards over the years.

 

Diboll will go in alongside fellow builders Michael Babb and Phil Hudson, and athletes Missy Penner and Megan Cyr.

 

 

Northstars Sweep Weekend With Interlake

The Norman Northstars finished off the 2018/2019 season on a high note with a two-game weekend sweep of the Interlake Lightning.

 

The two teams had played twice earlier in the season, with the Lighting coming away with all four points.

 

This weekend was different, however, and started with a 5-4 shootout win for the Northstars.

 

The Nor-Man side did not have the lead at all throughout the game, as it was a continual cycle of the Lightning scoring and the Northstars tying it up. The shootout is where that changed, however, as Henry Muchikekwanape was the only player to put the puck past either goalie.

 

Muchikekwanape was key in the Northstars comeback with two goals and two assists in regulation.

 

Yesterday’s game was very different, as the Northstars were red hot on the power play and didn’t let up.

 

Interlake led 2-0 late in the first period before Kadin Ross and Keistin Saunders scored to send the teams into the break all tied up.

 

Goals from Jamie Valentino and Jordan Pfoh put the Northstars ahead in the second with power play, setting the stage for the third period.

 

Muchikekwanape scored with the man advantage less than a minute into the third.

 

Pfoh finished the afternoon with seven points (1g, 6a), while Saunders had five points (1g, 4a). Both Valentino and Hunter Rambow finished with two goals and two assists each.

 

With the wins, the Norman Northstars climbed out of the league basement with a record of 8-38-2-.

 

Muchikekwanape finished the season, and his midget hockey career, with 61 points (34g, 27a). That total was good enough to finish 13th in league scoring. In 104 career games with the Northstars, Muchikekwanape had 52 goals and 42 assists for 94 points.

 

Captain Hunter Rambow also finished off his midget hockey career yesterday, posting career best numbers in goals (21), assists (28) and points (49). Rambow finishes his Northstars career with 102 points in 137 games.

Midget "AA" Thompson King Miners Win Nor-Man League Championship

The Thompson King Miners are the champions of the Nor-Man Midget “AA” Hockey League.

 

The King Miners finished the regular season at the top of the table with a record of 20-2, and faced off against the Cross Lake Islanders.

 

The Islanders, who finished third in the regular season, made the final after defeating the Flin Flon Bombers two games to one.

 

Game one of the championship took place in the C.A. Nesbitt Arena Friday night, and was a lopsided affair. The Cross Lake Islanders, playing with a short bench, struggled offensively as the King Miners came away with a 13-2 win. Casper Stoker led Thompson with six points (3g, 3a), while Jonathan Saunders, Kale Mayor and Murphy Krentz each had four points.

 

Cross Lake captain Chris Ross, who led his team with 11 points in three games against Flin Flon, only managed to get onto the score sheet with four penalty minutes.

 

Saturday’s game took place in the Gordon Beard Arena, and was a totally different affair from the night before. The first period was very competitive, with the Islanders showing why they were able to make the finals for a second year in a row. That competitiveness evaporated in the second period, however, as Thompson began to distance themselves on the scoreboard. Later in the period, a brawl erupted on the ice that saw multiple players ejected from the game.

 

Thompson won game two 11-1 to take a 2-0 series lead.

 

Sunday’s game wasn’t what anyone wanted to see; a forfeit from Cross Lake. The King Miners took to the ice to warm up, but were not joined by the Islanders. Officials delayed the start of the game, but decided to start running the clock as Cross Lake was still not on the ice despite the fact that the team was sitting in their dressing room. After the clock had run for the entirety of the first period (20 minutes), the game was called.

 

The forfeit resulted in a 1-0 victory for Thompson, giving them the 3-0 series sweep.

 

The matchup between Thompson and Cross Lake was a rematch of the 2017/2018 final, which saw the Islanders come out on top.

 

Weekend Preview: Northstars vs Chiefs

The Norman Northstars will be in tough this weekend as they host the Yellowhead Chiefs at the T.R.C.C. Here’s what you need to know heading in to the two-game set.

 

Games
-    Saturday, January 26th @ 7:30pm (broadcast live on 102.9 CHTM)
-    Sunday, January 27th @ 1:30pm

 

Northstars
The Norman Northstars come into the weekend looking rebound from a road trip that saw them drop three straight games. The team couldn’t manage to hold on to a lead Friday against the Interlake Lightning or Winnipeg Bruins, and were outgunned by a powerful Eastman side on Sunday.

 

Outside of Henry Muchikekwanape and Hunter Rambow extending their point streaks, the road trip saw stellar production from Jonathan Saunders and Sam MacDonald. Both players had three points over the weekend; an assists in each game.

 

Yellowhead
The second-place Yellowhead Chiefs come to Thompson on a roll, having picked up six points in their last three games. 

 

The most impressive of the three wins came on January 19th, when the Chiefs beat the first-place Winnipeg Wild 5-4 in a shootout. Yellowhead found themselves down 4-2 to start the third period against Winnipeg, but managed to tied the game and force overtime and later a shootout.  

 

One of the strongest parts of the Chiefs’ game is their powerplay, which is currently clicking alon gat 21.5% and has accounted for almost 1/3 of their goals scored this season. 

 

Head to head
The two teams have played each other twice this season, with the Chiefs coming out with 3-0 and 5-1 victories. 

 

The 2017/2018 season was any better for the Northstars in this matchup, as Yellowhead dominated all four meetings by a combine score of 32-7 and averaged 8 goals per game.

 

NNS players to watch
Muchikekwanape is having a career year, posting 25 goals and 20 assists (45 points) in 35 games played. His goal and point totals lead all Northstars, and find him among the league’s top scorers. Muchikekwanape comes into the weekend on a four-game point streak, with eight goals and one assist over that stretch.

 

Rambow also comes into the weekend on a point streak, with 11 points (five goals, six assists) over four games. The Nor-Man captain in on pace for a midget “AAA” career year in goals, assists and points. 

 

Jamie Valentino, though not currently on a point streak, comes into the weekend hot. Valentino started the season with 14 points in his first 17 games, but has been on fire since December started. In the 13 games he’s played since, the Swan Valley Stampeders prospect has nine goals and 15 assists for 24 points. That moves his season totals to 16 (goals), 22 (assists) and 38 (points). 

 

One other player to watch for the Northstars is rookie Sam MacDonald, who picked up three of his four points on the season last weekend on the road.

 

Yellowhead players to watch
On a team that currently sits second in the league, there is never a shortage of players to watch. 

 

Jake Poole has proved to be lethal for the Chiefs this season, leading the team with 56 points (29 goals, 27 assists). 

 

Five players on the team (other than Poole) have 30+ points on the season (Logan Wotton, Reece Richmond, Parker Johnson, Briley Wood, Sloan Stanick), and three others have reached the 20+ assist mark (Richmond, Wotton, Bray Rookes). 

 

Johnson and Zane MacDonald have been instrumental for the Chiefs against the Northstars this season, with each contributing four points over the two games.

 

Last year, it was Poole that did the damage to the Nor-Man side, scoring five goals and adding four assists in the four games. Owen Wareham and Colby Joseph each had seven points in the four games, while Wotton had six and MacDonald had five. 

 

Tanner Dutcawich, who spent a season with the Bantam “AAA” Norman Wolves, has the potential to be a difference maker for Yellowhead this weekend. The 17-year-old on has seven points (two goals, five assists) so far this season, but managed to score six times and add two helpers for eight points against the Northstars last season.

Wolves Fall To Pembina Valley

The Norman Wolves fought hard over the weekend against a Pembina Valley Hawks team that’s up near the top of the table in the division.

 

Unfortunately for the Wolves it was the Hawks who came out on top in both games.

 

The schedule has the Norman Wolves in action next February 2nd as they host the Yellowhead Chiefs at the T.R.C.C.

King Miners Take Gold At Prince-Berscheid

It was a good weekend for hockey in Thompson.

 

At the 27th annual Prince-Berscheid Memorial Peewee Tournament, the King Miners took home gold in both the "AA" and "A" divisions.

 

The "B" division went to Wabowden, while the Thompson "B" Warriors took fourth place.

 

The Atom "AA" King Miners didn't play in the tournament, but took home the top prize at their weekend event in Portage.

Blizzard Fall To Pistons

The OCN Blizzard failed to pick up points in their only game this weekend.

 

They fell 4-2 Friday to the Steinbach Pistons at the GLMC, and now sit six points back of the final playoff spot in the MJHL.

 

They’re next in action tomorrow as they host the Stampeders.

Northstars Go Pointless On Weekend

The Norman Northstars went oh and three over the weekend despite scoring 12 goals.

 

The Nor-Man side dropped 7-4 decisions on Friday and Saturday to the Interlake Lightning and Winnipeg Bruins, before being thumped by the Eastman Selects yesterday.

 

Henry Muchikekwanape had five points over the three games to extend his team leading goal total to 25 and point total to 45, though Jamie Valentino took over the team lead in assists at 25. Valentino has 38 points on the season.

 

They host the Yellowhead Chiefs in the C.A. Nesbitt Arena this coming weekend.

Bombers Go 3/3 On Weekend Trip

It was a good road weekend for the Flin Flon Bombers.

 

The Bombers outscored their opponents 15-6 over the weekend as they earned six key points with three wins.

 

The Bombers are now one point clear of the Melfort Mustangs for second in the Sherwood Division, and have 16 games left in the regular season.

Wheat Kings Pick Up Four Points

The Wheat Kings got the job done over the weekend at home.

 

Brandon picked up a crucial four points over the weekend against the Kootenay Ice.

 

The Wheaties sit 12 points back of the Moose Jaw Warriors in the WHL’s east division, and two points back of the Calgary Hitmen in the eastern conference.

Wheaties In the Hunt For WHL East Wild Card

The Brandon Wheat Kings are hoping for a big four points this weekend as they host the Kootenay Ice.

 

The Wheaties come in to the weekend 12 points back of the Medicine Hat Tigers, who currently lead the wild card race in the east.

 

Brandon will play the first game against Kootenay tonight, with game two coming tomorrow.

 

Manitoba Midget "AAA" alumnus Stelio Mattheos currently leads the team with 55 points (29g, 26a) through 28 games.

Bombers Set Out On Three Game Road Trip

The Flin Flon Bombers will look to improve on their 24-13-0-2 record this weekend as they take to the road for three games this weekend.

 

The Bombers head to Melville today for a game against the Millionaires, before taking on the Yorkton Terriers tomorrow. Flin Flon will then return to the Melville on Sunday.

 

The Bombers are currently 7th in SJHL standings, with 16 games remaining after the weekend.

 

Blizzard Host Steinbach

The OCN Blizzard continue their push for a playoff spot today as they host the Steinbach Pistons.

 

The Blizzard, who are coming off a 4-0 win over the Neepawa Natives, are currently five points back of the Winkler Flyers for the 8th and final playoff spot.

 

On the other side of the ice, the Pistons currently sit safely in a playoff spot in third place with 56 points, 12 points back of the league-leading Terriers.

Tonight’s game is scheduled to start at 7:00pm.

Northstars On Road For Games Against Lightning, Bruins, Selects

The Norman Nothstars are on the road for their penultimate road trip of the 2018/2019 season.

 

The Northstars will start out in Teulon tonight against the Interlake Lightning, before taking on the Bruins in Winnipeg tomorrow, and the Eastman Selects in Beausejour on Sunday.

 

The Nor-Man side is coming off a strong 6-3 win over the Central Plains Capitals, and have moved out of the Manitoba Midget “AAA” Hockey League basement as the result of the Parkland Rangers dropping a mid-week game to the Yellowhead Chiefs.

 

Following this trip, the Northstars return home for a four game home stand, hosting Yellowhead and the Southwest Cougars.

 

 

Wolves Set To Host Pembina Valley

The Norman Wolves will be looking to build off an 8-7 win over the Winnipeg Hawks when they take on the Pembina Valley Hawks this weekend at the TRCC.

 

The teams have met twice this season, with Pembina Valley coming out on top both times.

 

The Hawks won 7-2 on December 9th in Morris and 7-4 on January 5th in Morden. Ian Snooks and Joey Lies led the way in those games, combining for three goals and four assists. Nicholas McKee and Tyler Parr led the Pembina Valley offence with a combined four goals and 10 assists.

 

Game one goes tomorrow at 7:00pm, with game two taking place Sunday at 10:00am.

 

27th Annual Prince-Berscheid Memorial Tournament Starts Today

The 27th annual Prince-Berscheid Memorial Peewee hockey tournament gets underway later this morning.

 

This years’ tournament, which runs until Sunday, features 16 teams from eight different communities.

 

Thompson has three teams in this years’ edition of the Prince-Berscheid; the Peewee “AA” King Miners, the Peewee “A” King Miners and the Peewee “B” Warriors.

 

The first game of the tournament will start at 10:00am in the C.A. Nesbitt Arena, with the Thompson Warriors taking on the Norway House Girls “B” squad.

 

The opening ceremonies will take place tomorrow in the C.A. Nesbitt starting around 12:45pm.

 

The medal games are set for Sunday, with the Prince-Berscheid Cup closing out the weekend at 4:15pm.

 

The full tournament schedule can be found here.

 

Bombers Drop Mustangs

The Flin Flon Bombers picked up four crucial points over the weekend against their division rivals, the Melfort Mustangs.

 

The two teams started the home-and-home in Melfort on Friday in a game that saw the Bombers come away with a 5-3 win.

 

Both teams made the trip to the Whitney Forum Saturday for a game that did not disappoint. The tilt ended with Flin Flon winning 5-4 to complete the weekend sweep.

 

The Bombers, who currently sit third in the SJHL’s Sherwood division, now find themselves eight points back of the division-leading Nipawin Hawks.

OCN Blizzard Fall To Virden, Blank Neepawa

The OCN Blizzard are still on the outside of the MJHL playoff picture looking in after picking up two points over the weekend.

 

The Blizzard fell 8-4 to the Oil Capitals in Virden Friday night, before shutting out the Neepawa Natives 4-0 on Saturda.

 

Through 43 games played, the Blizzard sit eight points back of Winkler for the 8th and final playoff spot.

Northstars Split Series With Central Plains

The Norman Northstars picked up a pair of points at home over the weekend as they hosted the Central Plains Capitals.

 

Saturday night saw the Nor-Man side fall 6-1 in a lopsided affair, with Ryan Monias scoring the lone Northstars goal. Henry Muchikekwanape and Jamie Valentino both had their point streaks snapped in the loss.

 

The Norman Northstars turned things around Sunday afternoon with a big 6-3 win over the team from Portage. Muchikekwanape led the way with three goals and one assist, while Valentino added a goal and three helpers. Rylan Potkonjak made 35 saves to help his team claim their sixth win of the season, his first at the midget “AAA” level.

 

The Northstars currently hold a record of 6-26-1-1, which is good enough for 14 points. The team is currently tied with the Parkland Rangers for 12th place in the league.

 

The Nor-Man squad are on the road this weekend against Interlake, the Winnipeg Bruins and the Eastman Selects.

Saunders Leads King Miners Past Islanders

Captain Jonathan Saunders led by example over weekend for the King Miners, adding 12 points as his team swept a weekend set with the Cross Lake Islanders.

 

The two teams met on the ice in the C.A. Nesbitt arena Friday evening in a game that saw the Thompson side skate away with an 11-7 victory, their 18th of the season. Saunders led the way for the King Miners with two goals and five assists, while three others had three points.

 

Saturday’s game wasn’t any closer, as Thompson came away with a 9-3 win. Saunders had three goals and two assists in the game, while Curtis Shymanski added a goal and three helpers.

 

The King Miners maintained their 15-point lead atop the Nor-Man Midget “AA” Hockey League, as the Flin Flon Bombers kept pace with two wins of their own over Norway House.

 

Saunders, who played a pair of games with the Norman Northstars over the weekend in addition to the two games for the King Miners, leads the league in goals (35), assists (28) and points (63).

 

The King Miners don’t play again until January 26th when they head to Flin Flon to play the Bombers.

Wolves Cap Off Tough Road Trip With Win Over Winnipeg Hawks

The Bantam “AAA” Norman Wolves spent the weekend down south for games against the Parkland Rangers, Winnipeg Monarchs and Winnipeg Hawks.

 

The Nor-Man side started the short trip in Roblin Friday against the Parkland Rangers. Brady Krentz opened the scoring late in the first on the powerplay, but that was all the offence the team could muster as they ended up falling 4-1.

 

The Wolves then made the trip to Winnipeg, where they fell 10-0 to the Monarchs in a game they’d soon rather forget.

 

The Wolves brought their ‘A’ game Sunday and managed to pull off an 8-7 win over the Winnipeg Hawks.

 

The Norman Wolves sit seventh in the Winnipeg “AAA” Bantam 1 West division with a record of 4-24-1-1 through 30 games.

 

The team is next in action this weekend as the return to the T.R.C.C. for a pair of games against the Pembina Valley Hawks.

Northstars Set For Weekend Series With Central Plains

The Norman Northstars welcome the Central Plains Capitals to the C.A. Nesbitt arena this weekend for a pair of games.

 

Audio preview can be found here.

 

To help get you ready, here’s what you need to know going into the weekend.

 

Games

Game one will go tomorrow at 7:30pm, with the second coming Sunday at 1:30pm.

 

Saturday’s game will be broadcast live on 102.9 CHTM.

 

Northstars

The Norman Northstars are coming off their best weekend of the season so far, picking up three of four points against the Parkland Rangers.

 

Mikey Baron, Keistin Saunders and Jamie Valentino each had a pair of points on January 5th, as the Northstars beat the Rangers 4-1. Captain Hunter Rambow and goaltender Braedin Melsted were presented with watches for reaching the 100 game mark with the midget “AAA” club, and Melsted went on to stop 34 of 35 shots and pick up his fifth win of the season. The only negative for the team in the game was when Baron went down and left the game due to injury.

 

Sunday was a wild game that saw a Nor-Man comeback fall just short as Parkland won 6-5 in the shootout. The Northstars offence was powered by Kadin Ross, who scored twice and added a helper. Ryan Monias, Henry Muchikekwanape, Jordan Pfoh and Saunders also had multi-point games.

The Nor-Man side has already improved on last years’ points total, though they still sit in the Manitoba Midget “AAA” Hockey League basement with a record 5-25-1-1.

 

Muchikekwanape continues to lead the team in goals (17), assists (19) and points (36). Sophomore forward Valentino continues to push him, however, with 29 points (14g, 15a) in five less games played this season.  

 

Capitals

You can expect the Capitals to come into both games hungry for points as they currently sit two points out of eighth place and the final playoff spot, currently held by the Winnipeg Bruins.

 

Central Plains comes to Thompson having split their last two games; falling 4-2 to the league-leading Winnipeg Wild before beating the Southwest Cougars.

 

The game against the Cougars was a good one for Ryan Botterill, Riley Borody and Stephen Grahn, who each put up two points.

 

The squad from Portage doesn’t boast the same firepower as last year, as they lost Reilly Funk, Jaxon Blight and Tyler Van Deynze to the ranks of junior hockey. The three combined for 170 of the teams’ 532 points last season, which works out to around 32% of their total offence.  

 

The team is led this season by Alex Cattani, who currently leads the team with 32 points. Botterill has scored a team-best 15 goals, while Kian Calder has added 23 helpers.  

 

Head-to-head

The two teams have played twice this season, with each team taking two of the possible four points.

 

The first game was played October 19th, when the Northstars picked up their first win of the season. Richard Ducharme scored a hat trick, while Rambow added three helpers and Valentino picked up two points (1g, 1a) in the 5-2 victory.

 

The November 2nd game was a very different story, as Central Plains dismantled the Nor-Man side in a 7-1 game. Cody Blight and Grahn each had four points for the Capitals, while Borody added three.

 

Players to watch

The Northstars have been picking up steam lately. Henry Muchikekwanape, Jamie Valentino, Hunter Rambow and Keistin Saunders are four players that could contribute this weekend in a big way.

 

Muchikekwanape has been a key player for the Northstars this season, currently sits at number 13 on the list of the league’s top scorers. The 2001-born forward from Norway House comes into the weekend with eight points (2g, 6a) in his last five games.

 

Valentino is another player for the Nor-Man side coming into the game on a hot streak. The 2002-born forward, who attended camps for the WHL’s Red Deer Rebels and the MJHL’s Swan Valley Stampeders, has 17 points (8g, 9a) in his last nine games. The last time Valentino did not record a point in a game he played was November 25th against the Wild.

 

Rambow is always a threat, whether the team is at even strength, on the powerplay or short-handed. The OCN Blizzard prospect is currently tied for second in the league with four short-handed goals, which account for 40% of his total goal total to date. Rambow has three points (3a) in two games this season against Central Plains coming into the weekend, and posted four points (1g, 3a) last season against the Capitals in four games.

 

You can add Keistin Saunders to the list of players who have been firing on all cylinders recently for the Northstars. Saunders has 12 points (3g, 9a) in his last ten games. The versatile skater who plays both forward and defence had four points (1g, 3a) in four games last season against Central Plains.

 

The Central Plains Capitals have four players who have found success on the score sheet against the Northstars this season and last.

 

Cameron Trimble currently has 16 points (9g, 7a) in 26 games this season and failed to contribute in the one game he’s played against the Northstars this season. That being said, he had the magic touch last year, with nine points (4g, 5a) in four games against the Nor-Man side in 2017/2018.

 

Kian Calder is another Capitals player who seems to like playing against the Northstars. The 2002-born product of Portage la Prairie has two points against the Northstars this year in two games (1g, 1a), and put up five points (1g, 4a) in three games last year.

 

Cody Blight, who was taken by the Selkirk Steelers in the 2017 MJHL Draft, has four of his 18 points this season in the two games against the Northstars. All four of those points came on November 2nd, when he potted a hat trick and added a helper.

 

Stephen Grahn is among the leaders for the Capitals in terms of offence with 21 points (8g, 13a) in 32 games played. More impressively, Grahn has four points (4a) in the previous two meetings with the Northstars this season.

 

Elsewhere around the league this weekend

 

Saturday

  • Interlake @ Parkland (2:00pm)
  • Southwest @ Bruins (3:15pm)
  • Pembina Valley @ Brandon (7:30pm)
  • Wild @ Kenora (7:30pm)
  • Eastman @ Yellowhead (7:30pm)

Sunday

  • Kenora @ Bruins (12:45pm)
  • Pembina Valley @ Parkland (1:30pm)
  • Eastman @ Brandon (1:30pm)
  • Southwest @ Wild (1:30pm)
  • Interlake @ Yellowhead (2:30pm)

 

Standings

 1 Wild (26-4-1-0, 53 points)

 2 Brandon (24-8-0-0, 48 points)

 3 Thrashers (22-7-2-2, 48 points)

 4 Yellowhead (22-7-2-0, 46 points)

 5 Eastman (21-10-2-0, 44 points)

 6 Southwest (19-7-2-2, 42 points)

 7 Pembina Valley (15-11-3-2, 35 points)

 8 Bruins (13-16-1-2, 29 points)

 9 Kenora (13-16-1-1, 18 points)

10 Central Plains (13-18-0-1, 27 points)

11 Interlake (7-23-2-0, 16 points)

12 Parkland (6-24-1-1, 14 points)

13 Norman (5-25-1-1, 12 points)

 

League leaders (points)

 1 Nolan Ritchie – 61 points (Brandon)

 2 Conner Roulette – 60 points (Thrashers)

 3 Troy Hamilton – 50 points (Brandon)

T4 Matthew Boonstra – 48 points (Eastman)

T4 Kaden Bryant – 48 points (Wild)

...

13 Henry Muchikekwanape – 36 points (Norman)

 

League leaders (goals)

 1 Nolan Ritchie – 29 goals (Brandon)

 2 Kaden Bryant – 27 goals (Wild)

 3 Callum Fortin – 26 goals (Southwest)

 4 Troy Hamilton – 25 goals (Brandon)

T5 Conner Roulette – 24 goals (Thrashers)

T5 Reese Belton – 24 goals (Wild)

...

13 Henry Muchikekwanape – 17 goals (Norman)

 

League leaders (5 assists)

 1 Conner Roulette – 36 assists (Thrashers)

 2 Nolan Ritchie – 32 assists (Brandon)

 3 Kade Runke – 31 assists (Eastman)

 4 Matthew Boonstra – 27 assists (Eastman)

 5 Tyson Kozak – 26 assists (Southwest)

...

26 Henry Muchikekwanape – 19 assists (Norman)

 

Midget "AA" King Miners Set To Host Islanders

The Thompson Midget “AA” King Miners are set to host the Cross Lake Islanders this weekend for a pair of games, starting tomorrow evening.

 

The two teams have faced off five times already this season, with the King Miners picking up all 10 possible points. The Thompson squad was in Cross Lake last weekend, posting narrow 5-4 and 6-5 victories.

 

Jonathan Saunders has led the way for the Thompson King Miners in every scoring statistic this season, putting up 51 points in 17 games. His 30 goals lead the league, while his 21 assists are good enough for third. Kale Mayor and Casper Stoker currently sit second on the team with 17 goals each.

 

The Islanders are led offensively by Christian Ross, Treyton Monias and Julius Scribe. Ross currently has 41 points (24g, 17a), which has him second in league scoring only to Saunders. Monias leads Cross Lake with 25 goals, while Scribe leads both the Islanders and the league with 23 assists.

 

The King Miners currently have a healthy lead atop the Nor-Man Midget “AA” Hockey League with a record of 17-1. Their 34 points have them sitting 15 points ahead of second place Flin Flon. Cross Lake sits third in the league with 18 points and a record of 9-9.

 

Game one is scheduled to go at 7:00pm tomorrow, while game two is slated for 4:00pm on Saturday.

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