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St. Lawrence Church Giant Rummage Sale takes place Friday October 27th from 2 - 8 pm and Saturday, October 28th from 8 am - 4 pm. Furniture, housewares, games, toys and books for sale.
Legion Ladies Auxiliary Remembrance Day Tea is on Saturday November 4 from 1-3 pm in the Legion Centennial Hall. $3 for adults, $1 for 12 years and younger. Profits to go to the TNT Swim Club.
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The Thompson Sports News Archives for 2014-09

The Manitoba Junior Hockey League’s regular season starts tonight

The Manitoba Junior Hockey League’s regular season starts tonight and the OCN Blizzard get a piece of the excitement. The Blizzard are in Neepawa against the Nativesfor a 7:30 start.


Jaret Schneider is with the team and he’ll call the play by play plus have your Murray GM Pre-Game starting at 7:15 on 102.9 CJAR and


Elsewhere in the league, the Winnipeg Blues are in Selkirk to take on the Steelers, the Virden Oil Capitols are host to the Portage Terriers while the Steinbach Pistons are in Winkler against the Flyers and the Dauphin Kings entertain the Swan Valley Stampeders.


The OCN Blizzard claim playing rights to new prospects

It was hockey action at its’ finest The OCN Blizzard were host to the SJHL Nipawin Hawks at the GLMC Saturday night and the fans were entertained by a great game that finished in overtime. OCN won the contest 5-4.


The Blizzard will travel to Waywayseecappo for their final exhibition game tomorrow night against the Wolverines. They’ll travel to Neepawa to take on the Natives in the regular season opener Friday.


You could also see a couple new faces in goal for the OCN Blizzard this year. Last Monday, OCN claimed the playing rights of 20 year-old Austin Rediron from the CJHL Melfort Mustangs for future consideration. On Friday the Blizzard also got the list rights of Mike Newberger of the MJHL Winnipeg South Blues for future consideration.


Ron Maclean is coming to Thompson

Thompson has been selected as one of the 25 communities to host a hockey festival as part of the NHL season. It's all thanks to the Rogers Hometown Hockey Tour.


This will happen on March 6th-8th.


Ron Maclean will make an appearance on the 8th to telecast the NHL game in Calgary between the senators and the flames. Maclean will also host a 30 minute pre-game show live from Thompson.


Keep an eye out for other Sportsnet personalities throughout the Thompson events.


Mud Bog results are in

The Thompson Mud Bogs were this past weekend. There was a lot of mud, and a lot of winners. Here are the winners for the trucks:


Stock Class

1. Jason McPhee   8.781

2. Frank Degrave 9.222

3. Jorden Fehr 9.281.


Super Stock 6

1. Greg Robson 6.352

2. Rockie joy 9.222

3. Jason McPhee 8.401


Super Stock 8

1. Josh Forest 7.074

2. Rolly Becker 7.279

3. Janice Robson 7.373


Modified 6 

1. Marc Klym 7.182

2. Greg Robson 7.914

3. Rockie Joy 7.914


Modified 8

1. Kelly Kopeechuk 5.923

2. Jeremiah Mckenzie 6.381

3. Kenny Wark 6.562


Powder-puff Class

1. Cheri Murie 6.379

2. Kayla Wark 6.444

3. Megan Lowe 7.733


Open Class

1. Matt Silva 4.700  

2. Kenneth wark 5.985

3. Richard Sterzuk 5.993


The Northern Manitoba Off Road Association is always looking for volunteers and if you are interested in becoming part of the planning committee or have any suggestions email



Blizzard Exhibition

It seemed as though the OCN Blizzard had a tough time to take it on the chin Friday night. The Blizzard faced a hot offensive line as they played the Bombers in Flin Flon.


OCN took more than enough penalties. Carter Comeau got a 7 minute major and a player game misconduct for fighting. The Bombers went on to blank the Blizzard 5-0.


The OCN Blizzard travelled to La Ronge, Saskatchewan for an exhibition game against the Ice Wolves last night. OCN won that one 2-1.


The Blizzard won’t play now until Saturday, an exhibition game against the SJHL Nipawin Hawks at OCN.


The OCN Blizzard wins first exhibition game of the season

The MJHL OCN Blizzard had their first game of the year last night.


Although it was just exhibition play, a good crowd showed up to cheer on their local team and the results were in the hometown’s favour. The OCN Blizzard beat the SJHL Flin Flon Bombers 8-7. The Blizzard will take a short road trip to Flin Flon on Friday for a rematch against the Bombers and that game will be broadcast on 102.9 CJAR.


In the only other junior’s game last night, the Winkler Flyers doubled the Winnipeg Blues 4-2.


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