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Norman Wild Back In Town

The Norman Wild U-15 Female hockey team will be back in Flin Flon to face the Yellowhead Chiefs in a pair of games  this weekend at the Whitney Forum.


The games will take place this Saturday at 7 and Sunday at noon.


Norman is 4-13 on the season and there are 7 girls from Flin Flon on the team.


They include Bailey Schwartz, Samantha Dallas, Mila Playford, Hailey Biberdorf, Ellis Pearson, Emma Long and Joslyn Tetlock.



Norman Region Needs Coach's

The Norman Regional Minor Hockey Association is looking for coaches for their  regional 2022-2023 teams.


They need coach's for Norman U-15 Director's Cup, Norman U-13 Rising Stars and Norman U-13 Female Future Prospects.


If you are interested, you can click on the various links on


Congratulations are also in order for Flin Flon's Rogan Hlady who just received a Regional Award for refereeing from Hockey Manitoba.


Rogan was chosen the Most Promising Official for the Norman Region and he is 15 years old and is a level 2 Official.



Peds Threads Bombers Off To Prince Albert


The Peds Threads U11 Flin Flon Bombers are off to Prince Albert this coming weekend for their second tournament of the season.


The team will play four round robin games over the weekend and playoffs to be played on Sunday with the top two teams in each pool advancing.


The Bombers will face off against the Warman Lynx, Saskatoon Flyer Stealth, PA Stingers and the La Ronge Ice Wolves.


Flin Flon's first game is Friday at 8pm against the Warman Lynx.

Selects Fill The Net

A pretty successful weekend for the PBCN Selects as they took both games at home against the Cross Lake Islanders by scores of 7 to 5 and 14 to 2.


Freddy Ledoux continues to have the hot hand as he fired a hat-trick in the win on Saturday and added a goal in Sunday's win to give him 15 so far this season.


Tyler Bird collected 4 goals on Sunday and Jase Martin scored his first four goals of the year as the Selects had no trouble finding the back of the net.


With the two wins, the Selects continue to climb up the standings and are now 6-7-0-3 and sit just one point behind Norway House for fourth spot.


The Selects have won 3 in a row and will be back in action this Sunday when they host the OCN Storm at the Whitney Forum. Game time is 7:30.


PBCN is 1-1-1 against OCN this year.


It will be Teddy Bear Toss night, so don't forget to bring a stuffed animal to the game to  throw on the ice when the Selects score their first goal.


All the stuffed animals will be collected and donated to needy families for Christmas.

Bombers go 1-1 On The Road

The Flin Flon Bombers went 1-1 on their mini road trip to Melville and Yorkton this past weekend.


Kenny Marquart got his fifth start of the season on Friday,  and played very well stopping 46 shots as the Bombers beat Melville for the 5th time this season 5 to 2.


The night was highlighted by Dawson Karol picking up his two first ever SJHL goals. Even more impressive for Karol was his family was in attendance for his best night so far as a Bomber.


Karol's home town is Regina, which is only a couple of hours from Melville.


Flin Flon was hoping to ride the momentum into Yorkton on Saturday but fell short losing 5 to 2.


The Terriers were excited about it being Teddy Bear Toss night and came out flying and jumped out to a 2 to 0 lead on goals by Greg Nelson and Colton Koran.


The Bombers Jacob Vockler fired a beautiful shot over Caleb Allen's left shoulder early in the second to cut the deficit to 2 to 1, but that's as close as the Bombers would get.


Dylan Ruptash would score the next three for his first SJHL hat-trick and the Bombers couldn't recover.


Alexi Sylvestre did score his 11th of the year late in the third to make it more respectable at 5 to 2.


Yorkton has now beaten Flin Flon two straight and they will play again this Friday at the Whitney Forum.


The Bombers see their record fall to 17-7-2-1 and are two points behind Laronge for first in the Sherwood and second overall.


Flin Flon only has three games remaining in 2022 including the rematch against Yorkton this Friday and a home and home against Laronge on December the 16th and 17th.

Swan River Tops At Mel Pearson Tournament

The 22nd annual Mel Pearson Memorial Novice Hockey Tournament wrapped up yesterday at both the Sportex and Whitney Forum.


Here are yesterdays's results:


Mel Pearson Event- Swan River 7-  Pas Red 4


Jack Turner Event- Thompson Avalanche 9- Reliance Rhinos 7


Cementation Event- Thompson Jets 8- Pas Black 4


Shayne Pearson Event- Thompson Flames 9- Pas White 8


Scott Davidson Event- Steelworkers 13- McKeens 8


Paddy Ginnell Event- Thompson Stars 7- FF Firemen 4


Flin Flon Minor Hockey would like to thank all the time keepers, refs, volunteers and sponsors for their help this past weekend.

Kings And Queens Impressive At Provincials

What a weekend for both the Hapnot Queens and Kings at Volleyball Provincials in The Pas.


The Queens made history by becoming the first Senior female volleyball team to make it to the Provincial final.


After a very good round robin,  the Queens knocked off one of the top teams in the province, Gabrielle Roy 25 to 21, 25 to 21 to set up the showdown with Major Pratt out of Russell for Provincial Gold.


The Queens did come up a little short losing to Major Pratt  in the final 19 to 25 and 18 to 25 to finish second in the Province.


Congratulations to the coach's and players on a very successful year.


The Kings also played very well in the Pas where they won their pool in the round robin and knocked off Major Pratt in the quarters 25 to 16 and 25 to 21.


After losing to Landmark in the semi's they would play Rosenort in the Bronze medal game.


Rosenort would win the game 25 to 12 and 26 to 24. The Kings end up finishing fourth in the province.


A great season for the entire volleyball program which concluded with Shanti Church, Gianna Watt and Tye Burke being selected as Provincial All Stars.

Kings And Queens Provincial Update

The Senior Hapnot Kings and Queens are both  in  action at Volleyball Provincials  in the Pas.


Both teams are off to good starts. The Queens are 1-1 after dropping their first game to Gabrielle Roy 22-25 and 20-25. They then beat Green Valley out of Grunthal 25 to 13 and 25 to 4.


They will play two more round robin games on Friday against Virdon at 11 and Rosenort at 3.


The Kings are also 1-1. They beat William Morton out of Gladstone in a thriller, 25 to 27, 25 to 17 and 18 to 16. They then dropped their next game in 3 sets to the top team in the province Rosenort by scores of 13-25, 25-18 and 8-15.


The Kings face Landmark Friday at noon and the host team from MBCI at 3 in their next two round robin games.


Playoffs start Saturday at 9.


102.9 CFAR and will continue to have updates through out the weekend.

Selects Pick Up Hlady

The OCN Blizzard have reassigned 04 Forward Mitch Hlady to their Jr B affiliate, PBCN Selects of the KJHL.


In 23 games this season Hlady has scored 4 points for the Blizzard. He has 48 career points for the Pembina Valley Hawks of the Manitoba AAA U18 program.


Hlady will remain in OCN with the Blizzard who currently sit in First place in the MGEU West Division with a record 16-10-0-2, while now being available to join the Selects in the remainder of the season as well as playoffs.


Note: Earlier today to open an Roster Spot The PBCN Selects have traded 04 Drew Peters to the OCN Storm in exchange for PDF.


Peters played one game for the Selects and was sidelined with a concussion.


The Selects thank Drew for his time and wish him the Best with the Storm.

Mel Pearson Tournament This Weekend

The 22nd annual Mel Pearson Memorial Novice Hockey  Tournament will take place this weekend at both the Sportex and Whitney Forum.


Teams will be taking part from Flin Flon, The Pas, Thompson and Swan River.


Action starts Friday afternoon with the Flin Flon Firemen playing the Pas White at 4pm at the Whitney Forum.


The first game at the Sportex has McKeens Trucking against the Pas Black also at 4 on Friday.


Round robin will continue through out the weekend with the playoff rounds starting Sunday at 9.


Full schedule of games can be seen at

Kodiaks Hand Out Hardware

The Creighton Kodiak Football team took care of one more order of buisiness last night with their year end awards at the Creighton Community Hall.


A big thanks to all the parents, volunteers and fans who showed up for one more celebration. Also a big thanks to Chicken Chef for the great meal.


The Kodiaks bid farewell to the Seniors, Marcus Kennedy, Grace Dubikak, Carson Straile, Jaxon Smith , Taylan Woods and Owen Durette.


Last night's award winners are: 

Offensive Rookie of the Year- Aidan Joa-Hall
Defensive Rookie of the Year- Payton Pelletier
Offensive Most Dedicated Player- Jaxon Smith
Defensive Most Dedicated Player- Brayden Eyres
Top Special Teams Player- Grace Dubinak
Leadership Award- Marcus Kennedy
Offensive Player of the Year- Carson Straile
Defensive Player of the Year- Jordan Gorrell
Offensive Warrior of the Year- Marcus Kennedy
Defensive Warrior of the Year- Jordan Gorrell
Most Improved Player- Taylan Woods


Also a big thanks to the coach's Ryan Karakochuk, Ryan Biberdorf, Chad Trumbley and the team manager Mandy Patterson for their dedication and countless hours spent guiding the team.



Kings And Queens Ready For Volleyball Provincials

The biggest weekend of the high school volleyball season will kick off tomorrow.


Both the Senior Hapnot Kings and Queens won their Zone and will represent the North in the Pas.


MBCI will be hosting the top teams from across the province in both the Boys and Girls.


The Kings will play William Morton out of Gladstone to open the tournament tomorrow  at 9 am. They will then play the number one ranked team in the province, Rosenort at 10.


Round robin will continue through Friday and the playoffs will start Saturday at 9. The final will be played at 5.


The Queen's first game is also tomorrow at 2pm against Gabrielle Roy. They will play Green Valley out of Grunthal at 4. Round robin to continue through Saturday and the Girl's final is also at 5.

Bombers Bring In Another Houle

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The Flin Flon Bombers have acquired 19-year-old defenceman Noah Houle from the CCHL’s Kemptville 73’s in exchange for 18-year-old defenceman Lorenzo Bono and a player development fee.


The 6-foot-1, 180-pound blueliner from Montreal, Quebec, appeared in 71 games with Kemptville and put up 3 goals and 20 assists. Noah is the brother of former Bomber, Donavan Villeneuve-Houle who suited up for the Bombers from 2017 to 2020.


Bono played 11 games for the Bombers and chipped in with 3 assists.

Bombers Trade Cook

The December 1st cut down date is coming up for the SJHL and Mike Reagan has started to make some moves to trim down his roster.


The Bombers have dealt Wyatt Cook to the Kindersley Klippers in exchange for a 2023 SJHL 4th round pick and player development fee.


Cook was picked up back in October from the Bonnyville Pontiacs of the AJHL,  and picked up 6 points including 5 goals in 16 games with the Bombers.


The Bombers will be announcing more  moves ahead of Thursday's CJHL Roster Cut down.

Selects Add Experienced Forward

The PBCN Selects of the Keystone Junior B League have announced the addition of forward Kayden Clarke.


Clarke is 19 and hails from Prince Albert and recently played in the Elmira Junior Enforcers Division in the USPHL.


Clarke is a PBCN band member and originally hails from South End Saskatchewan.


He played AA Midget in Prince Albert and also spent some time with the Beardys Blackhawks of the Sask Triple A Midget League.


Clake says he is excited to play for the Selects and doing his part to help bring home a championship in the franchise's inaugural season.



Duperreault Does It Again

Another big game for Cole Duperreault who picked up his second hat-trick in less than  a week, and helped the Flin Flon Bombers collect a big win.


The Bombers were trying to make good on a tough loss to the Melfort Mustangs the night before.


It wasn't easy,  but the Bombers pulled out the 5 to 4 win in OT in the rematch Saturday.


Zac Somers gave the Mustangs a 1-0 lead midway through the first and that held up til the third.


The two teams came out like gangbusters and combined for 7 goals in the final period.  Duperreault led the way for Flin Flon  with a pair, his 17th and 18th of the year.


Jaxon Martens scored his 9th and Jeremi Tremblay his 13th.


It looked like the Bombers would win it in regulation with a 4 to 2 lead late in the third.


Like I have said many times, the Melfort Mustangs are a good team and play well at the Whitney Forum. With the goalie pulled, Melfort scored twice in the final 3 minutes courtesy of  Zac Somers and Ryan Duguay.


That was Somers second of the game and third of the weekend.


It was off to OT, and the Bombers were determined that they would not let this one slip away.


Jeremi Tremblay continues to impress every single game and took the puck up the ice and fought off two Melfort defenders. He got behind the Melfort net and made the pass out front to Cole Duperreault who did the rest blowing the shot past James Venne.


This would complete the hat-trick and give Duperreault his league leading 19th of the season.


Flin Flon gets the two points and improve to 16-6-2-1. They also take over sole possesion of first place in the Sherwood with 35 points.


That is two more than Laronge, but the Wolves have a game in hand. Melfort picks up 3 out of 4 points on the weekend and are starting to challenge with 29 points.


The Bombers will be back on the road this weekend in Melville and Yorkton, this Friday and Saturday.


102.9 CFAR and will have both games starting with the Great North GM Coach's Show at 7:10 both nights.


U-13 Bombers Win Tournament In The Pas

Congratulations to the U-13 Kinsmen Bombers who were in the Pas for the Wescana Tournament this past weekend.


The Bombers went 3-0-1 in the round robin to finish first place and a showdown against the host team from the Pas for the Gold Medal.


The Bombers played another great game and took the final 2 to 1 to win the tournament and finish undefeated.


The Peds Threads U-11 Bombers were in Nipawin for their first tournament of the year and had a very good showing.


Flin Flon beat Martensville and Nipawin handilly in the round robin and tied the Pas heading into the playoff round.


The Bombers dropped their Semi- Final to Thompson and would play the B- Final against the Pas.


Flin Flon prevailed in a thrilling fashion when Cohen Banting scored the game winner with just over a minute remaining in regulation, as the Bombers won 2 to 1. Lennox Ggnon stood stall in net.

Bombers Lose To Mustangs Add Pearce

Not the way the Flin Flon Bombers wanted to start the weekend in Melfort.


The Bombers travelled to the Northern Lights Palace to kick off the home and home and ended up dropping a 6 to 3 decision.


Things started well , with Kylynn Olafson and Cole Tanchuk scoring their first goals of the season to give the Bombers a quick 2 to 0 lead.


Melforts's leading scorer Zac Somers answered the second Bomber goal and the Mustangs took over.


They out scored the Bombers 5 to 1 from that point and picked up their 5th straight win.


Somers would add one more, with a pair from Dawson Leroux, Cameron Emigh and Aidyn Hutchinson.


Jaeden Mercier scored the other Bomber goal.


The Mustangs were finally able to get to Laser Hume after scoring just one goal in the two previous meetings. Hume gave up 4 goals on 25 shots with a couple of empty netters.


Joel Favreau was back in net for Melfort and was solid with 36 saves on 39 shots.


A big win for the Mustangs who all of a sudden have crept to within 5 points of Flin Flon and Laronge. If the Mustangs can win the rematch in Flin Flon tonight, the deficit would only be 3 points.


The Bombers will get a boost with the addition of Rylan Pearce who was reassigned to Flin Flon from the Kamloops Blazers of the WHL.


Pearce only dressed in 8 games with Kamloops picking up two assists. He is expected to dress tonight.


Don't forget it is the Northland Ford Teddy Bear Toss tonight. So please bring a teddy bear or unwrapped toy to donate towards the Salvation Army Christmas hamper drive. You can throw the teddy bears on the ice after the Bombers score the first goal.

Peds Threads Bombers Off To Nipawin

The U-11 Peds Threads Bombers are off to Nipawin for their first tournament of the year this weekend.


Flin Flon is in a pool with Martensville, The Pas and Nipawin.


The Bombers first game is Saturday at 10:30 VS Martensville. They will play Nipawin at 2:30 and The Pas at 4.


Playoffs start Sunday at 9. Final is at noon.

Selects Mount Third Period Come Back

The PBCN Selects picked up a very important 2 points last night with a big third period come back.


The OCN Storm were in town for a Wednesday night affair and took the lead 5 to 4 with a short handed goal from Chavez Constant  midway through the period.


The Selects found their legs and scored three straight to pull out the 7 to 5 win.


Freddy Lediux scored his second of the game to tie it and Dwayne Mckenzie potted his 14th for the winner with only 17 seconds left.


Koby Connelly added an insurance marker with just 2 seconds left.


The other PBCN goals came from Anson Favel who had 2 and Flin Flon's Austin McLean.


Braxton Constant Kuba was back between the pipes and made 21 saves for the win.


The Selects improve to 4-7-0-3 while the Storm fall to 9-5-0-1. PBCN will enjoy another 9 day break before getting back on the ice December the 3rd VS Cross Lake.

Selects Host The Storm

After a 10 day break,  the PBCN Selects are ready to get back on the ice as they will host the OCN Storm tonight at the Whitney Forum.


PBCN enters tonight with a record of : 3-7-0-3 and sit 5th overall. OCN is having a very good year and bring a record of : 9-4-0-1 to the Whitney Forum.


That is good for third overall with 19 points. They are 7 points behind first place Peguis and both teams have played 14 games.


The Storm have beaten the Selects in both meetings so far this year including a 4 to 3 win  in OT in their most recent matchup back on November the 13th.


Tonight is a special night as the Selects will be wearing pink jerseys in honor of Hockey Fights Cancer.


You can bid on these jerseys on the PBCN Selects facebook page as bidding will take place online and at tonight's game.


The winning bids will be announced after the game.



Riders Coming To Creighton School

Exciting news for Creighton school as they will have some special visitors tomorrow.


Three members of the Saskatchewan Roughriders will be coming to Northern Saskatchewan as part of the Rider's Ambassador's tour.


Receiver Brayden Lenius, Offenseive Lineman Dan Clark and Kicker Brett Lauther will be visiting Creighton School. They will also be stopping at the schools in Pelican Narrows and Sandy Bay.


They will be reading to grades K to 4, and speaking and mentoring with the rest of the Wellness grades 5 to 12. They will also be meeting with the Coach's and members of the Kodiak football team.


Presentations will also take place during the Riders visit.

Duperreault Wins MVP Of The Week

Cole Duperreault continues to be one of the top performers in the SJHL this season and just got rewarded for his fine play. The SJHL announced today that he is the SGEU MVP Of The Week.


Duperreault is coming off a week where he led the Bombers with 8 points including a 4 point afternoon in Humboldt on Sunday. Duperreault led the way with his first ever SJHL hat-trick.


What was even more impressive,  is that he scored the three goals three different ways. He tallied one on the power play, short handed and one  into the empty net.


Duperreault leads the Bombers with 16 goals on the season,  which is second overall to Lian Bell of the Battlefords. Bell has 19.


His 31 points has him in 5th spot in overall SJHL scoring.

U-13 Bombers Off To The Pas

The Flin Flon  Kinsmen U-13  Bombers will be heading to the Pas for their first tournament of the year this weekend.


It is the 13th annual Wescana U-13 tournament and games will start this Friday.


Flin Flon's first game is this Friday against the Pas at 5:45 at the Roy H Johnston Arena.


They will also play three  more round robin games against the Pas and Norway House on Saturday.


The B Final will be played on Sunday at 1 followed by the A Final at 2:45.

Lorna Rice Rink Wins Golden Gals

Flin Flon hosted the 39th annual Golden Gals Provincial Curling Championships this past weekend.


12 teams took part from right across Manitoba including three local rinks.


Congratulations to the Lorna Rice rink who beat Norma Johnson from Dauphin in the final 9 to 4.


The Lorna rice rink team was made up of Lorna Rice- skip, Edna Smith, Denise Davis and Della Chilson.


The Sue Chrisp rink lost in the semi's and Dianne Burwash lost out going into the final 8.


Great job by the organizers who made all the teams feel welcome and put on a tremendous weekend.


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