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Sunday, October 16, 2011

Part 1 - Manitoba AAA Bantam Showcase

Busy weekend it has been around  here but nonetheless, here is an update on some of the weekend happenings, starting off with the Manitoba AAA Bantam Showcase.  This is the first of four bantam showcases this year, 2 of which will be Hockey Manitoba sanctioned.

Parkland Jr. Rangers 4 - Brandon Wheat Kings 3
Theron Ash would lead the way for the Parkland Jr. Rangers with a pair of goals in the opening game of the tournament, earning him star of the game for Parkland.  Jayden Catcheway would add 1-1-2 as well.  For Brandon, Coltyn Bates led the way with 1-1-2 and was the star of the game for Brandon.

Eastman Selects 8 - Central Plains Capitals 3
Eastman Selects would score 5 3rd period goals and bust a close 3-1 game after two periods in to a 8-3 drubbing.  Kirklan Lycar was all over the place scoring 5 goals!  He also added an assist for a 6 point game.  Linemate Scott Petkau was 1-5-6.  Tanner Blight was in on all 3 goals for Central Plains going 1-2-3, earning a star in the game. 

Southwest Cougars 4 - Interlake Lightning 1
Wyatt Kalynuk would score twice for the Cougars and Kyle Braybrook voted scouts star of the game for Soutwest as they cruised to a 4-1 victory.  Interlake star forward Travis Kilbrei continues to be one of the lone bright spots for the team scoring the lone goal.

Yellowhead Chiefs 6 - Norman Wolves 4
Tyler Dereniwski had a huge game with 3-1-4, earning first star honors.  Yellowhead also had a big game from Ashton Anderson with 1-2-3 and Jake Coulter with a pair of helpers.  Norman got 3 helpers from Nolan Yaremko and a pair of goals from Nolan Spence in the loss.

Brandon Wheat Kings 2 - Yellowhead Chiefs 0
Landon Wilson had a pair of assists and Bradley Schoonbaert as well as Robert Hechler each scored in leading Brandon to the low scoring victory.  Tyson Verhelst who we have really started to notice got the shut-out for Brandon.

Pembina Valley Hawks 8 - Yellowhead Chiefs 0
One of the top ranked players in all of Manitoba had a nice start to the tournament with Colt Conrad 3-2-5 and Nolan McGuire had a pair of goals also in the win.  Cole Kehler had the shutout.  Jake Coulter was strong for Yellowhead overall in the contest.

Parkland Rangers 9 - Central Plains Captials 2
Tyler Derkatch was the star of the game for Parkland scoring 2-1-3 and Matthew Greening had a pair of goals in the lopsided win.  Tanner Blight and Scott Neufeld each had 1-1-2 in the loss.

Eastman Selects 2 - Southwest Cougars 1
Eastman would score 2 goals in the 3rd period to defeat Southwest 2-1 in a highly competitive game.  Scott Petkau and Ben Plett both scored in the 3rd period for the Selects.  For Southwest, Wyatt Kalynuk with the lone marker earning star of the game. 

Brandon Wheat Kings 9 - Norman Wolves 0
Norman goalie Jonathon Lamontagne was peppered with over 50 shots, earning him the Norman star of the game in this one, he played well.  For Brandon, Robert Hechler led the way with 3 goals and Bradley Schoonbaert also scored twice with Jesse Lawrence picking up 3 helpers.  The shutout go's to Brody Palmer who faced just 6 shots.

Eastman Selects 3 - Interlake Lightning 2
Kirklan Lycar started the tournament off with a bang with 2 goals, earning star of the game.  Travis Kilbrei was very good for Interlake going 1-1-2.

Tournament Scoring Leaders

Colt Conrad PV(M) 2 6 4 10 2
Kirkland Lycar EST(M) 3 7 1 8 2
Scott Petkau EST(M) 3 2 5 7 1
Jayden Catcheway PRK(M) 3 2 5 7 1
Griffen McLean PV(M) 2 4 2 6 0
Lawson McDonald PV(M) 2 0 6 6 0
Travis Kilbrei INT(M) 3 4 2 6 3
Landon Wilson BRN(M) 3 2 3 5 1
Bradley Schoonbaert BRN(M) 3 3 2 5 0
Jordy Stallard BRN(M) 3 1 4 5 0


Anonymous said...

Just wondering if anyone knows who is better. POE or BWC. lol. Or is NSWC better than both of them. Of course, I am just kidding. It sure is nice to read a few posts that dont include any of those 3. Oh ya, what kind of gloves are those in that tournament picture. God I am funny.

Anonymous said...

Is there any teams in Manitoba that can compete and beat the Winnipeg Champ to go to Westerns?

Anonymous said...

With the new rural AAA programs in the province, Wpg will no longer have a free walk to Westerns. I would say they are still the favourite but now they will actually have to earn the right to go.

Anonymous said...

I think Eastman or Pembina Valley might give the Winnipeg Champs a good run for there money!!!