THE FOLLOWING GAME HAS BEEN POSTPONED January 18 and 19
Winnipeg Bruins @ Southwest Cougars rescheduled JAN. 29 7:30 IN SOURIS
Winnipeg Bruins @ Yellowhead - rescheduled for JAN. 30 8:00 IN SHOAL LAKE
THE FOLLOWING GAME IS RESCHEDULED
Makeup dates will be available as soon as they are arranged.
Eastman at Brandon - Wed February 12 @ 7:30 Sportsplex
Carson Cherepak making a save during the shootout on the Jets Logan Shaw
This year at the Jets Skills Night Carson Cherepak was one of two AAA U18 goalies asked to participate in the event. Carson represented the Wild well and had an experience of a lifetime interacting with the professional players as well as showing his skills and ability to all those in attendance. Congratulations Carson and thank you for representing the Winnipeg Wild as well as Manitoba AAA!
Over the holiday break the Winnipeg Wild were part of a gift drive that supplied necessary items to the Main Street Project in Winnipeg. The team collected and donated items such as bottles of shampoo, soap, toothpaste and tooth brushes, deodorant as well as other items including warm clothes for the winter months. Well done Wild!
Pictured outside the Main Street Project from left to right Wild players: Jackson Klewchuk, Hughie Hooker, Tyler Thoendel, Brandon McCartney and Carson Cherepak
A few of the great events the Hawks participated in the last month. The boys recognized the officials at their game on Saturday Dec 7th. Captain Derek Wiebe presented them with small gifts. They also collected non perishable items for the Christmas cheer board and had members from the Morden Christmas Cheer Board attend their Christmas banquet on Dec 15th to pick up the donations. They hosted their Hockey Fights Cancer game on Saturday Nov 23rd. The toured Katie’s cottage and brought oranges to hand out at the hospital.
The Parkland Rangers U-18 AAA Hockey Club held their second annual Ukrainian Night on Saturday, Nov. 16, versus the Winnipeg Bruins. This evening also coincided with Rogers Hometown Hockey broadcasting in Dauphin. The night was a very lively affair, with lots of activities happening between periods and during play stoppages. Opening ceremonies included the unveiling of the Rangers' special Ukrainian Night jerseys, which were sold post game through silent auction. As well, Tara Slone from Hometown Hockey and long time NHLer Colton Orr were on hand for the ceremonial puck drop. Intermissions featured mattress races and a perogy toss. Overall the night was a tremendous success, with the crowd of 940 leaving happy following a Rangers overtime win. The Parkland Rangers would like to thank Ryan Rauliuk of Ruff's Furniture and Appliance, in Dauphin, for the tremendous amount of time and money he devoted to this evening. The Rangers would also like to thank all the Ranger parents and volunteers, without who this night would not have been possible.
Dauphin - November 16-17