Sports News Archives for 2015-09

Kodiaks Push For First

The Creighton Kodiaks get ready to wrap up the regular season for the Northern Saskatchewan Football League when they host Churchill out of Laronge this Thursday at the Creighton field.


The Kodiaks are 3-0 and have outscored the opposition 191 to 64, with 50 points given up last week to Cumberland House.


Laronge is 2-1 and have out scored their opposition 128-38. Churchill has played in a tougher conference the last few seasons and should give the Kodiaks all they can handle this Thursday.


Head Coach Ryan Karakochuk is looking forward to the challenge as he will try to lead his team to another first place finish and home field advantage in the playoffs. They have yet to taste defeat going undefeated last year 7-0 to claim the Ralph Pilz trophy.


Game time tomorrow is 4PM and we will have a complete wrap up including interviews on 102.9 CFAR and

Broncos Mount Comeback To Take Down Bombers


For the first time in the Mike Reagan era, the Flin Flon Bombers are 0-3-1 to start a season after dropping a 4-3 decision to the Humboldt Broncos at the Whitney Forum on Friday.



The Bombers felt pretty confident going into the game that they would be able to pick up their first w of the season after holding the high flying Melfort Mustangs to only 2 goals on Wednesday.



It started well with the Bombers picking up the first goal, when Joel Kocur scored his first of the season to open things up at the 9:33 mark of the first period.


Flin Flon took a 1-0 lead into the second before Thompson would tie the game for the Broncos at 7:48. Once again the Bombers would take the lead when Roach would pick up a power play goal with a nice shot from the point that made it through lots of traffic to beat Brett Clark.


The Bombers were up 2-1 after 2, but for the third time this season let a third period slip away.


Former Ice Wolf  Connor Kortko would score his first and second of the season to put Humboldt up 3-2 with 13 minutes remaining in the third period.


The Maroon and white would tie it late, when Brandon Switzer batted a puck out of mid air for his team leading third of the season. The Bombers looked to gain the momentum back but took some late penaltys to squash that.


Unfortunately the Broncos swarmed the net in the dieing minutes and were able to jam a puck under Zac Robidoux and were able to hang on for the 4-3 win. Jace Pesch got credit for the winning goal.


Head Coach and General Manager Mike Reagan had this to say after the game.


" This has been the story of our year, something we addressed before the game. We sat out a guy because of dicipline and now we will have to sit out another guy for the same reason. I am not to happy with the way things ended up, I give Humboldt credit for working hard and they didn't stop. Unfortunately when you sit in the penalty box you don't win hockey games."


This is the fourth game in a row that the Bombers have out shot the opposition but have nothing to show for it. The final shots in this game were 41-20 in favour of Flin Flon.



It was announced after the game that veteran d man Joel Webb has requested a trade for personal reasons and wishes to be dealt back home.


Reagan and his coaching staff will have plenty of time to put this game behind them and move on, as they will not play again til this Saturday when Battleford comes to town. The Stars are playing very well and have the best record in the Finning Division at 4-1.


You would have to think if Reagan doesn't get the result he wants on Saturday, that some changes will be in order.


Game time is 7:30, with the broadcast on 102.9 CFAR, including the Murray GM Coach's Show at 7:15.


Congratulations to Bobby Clarke, Reggie Leach and the late Ray Martyniuk who were selected in the WHL'S top 150 players of all time. All 3 played together in the late 60's when the Bombers were one of the best teams on the planet, with Clarke and Martyniuk growing up and playing all their minor hockey in Flin Flon.

Kodiak Volleyball

The Creighton Kodiak Boys picked up a Bronze medal in Humboldt this weekend, losing in the semis to Bellevue ended up winning the tournament.


The SR BGirls were in Swan River and they lost in the 4th place game.


Congratulations to Brad Fox who finished in the top half of all high school golfers in Saskatchewan, for Provincials.

Great Weekend For Hapnot

It was a busy weekend for Hapnot athletics as a number of teams were out and about competing.


In volleyball the SR Boys won Pre- Zones in the Pas and the Girls came second losing to Thompson in the final.


The JV Girls won the tournament in Swan River.



In soccer the SR Kings placed second beating Dauphin and Swan River, with their only loss coming to Thompson.


The Queens also placed second beating Swan River and Thompson and losing to Dauphin.

Close Call For Kodiaks

The Creighton Kodiaks travelled to Cumberland House and picked up a 60-50 victory and improved to 3-0 in the Northern Saskatchewan Football League.



The Kodiaks stormed out to a 50-12 half time lead and Head Coach Ryan Karakochuk put in his rookies to start the second half and give them some much needed playing time.


Cumberland House left their starters in were able to get a late rally going scoring 30 points in the last 5 minutes.


Kodiak touchdowns were scored by: Tyler Williamson and Chris Reynolds who both had 2. Single tds came from: Dean Rainville, Blair Pietsch, Jordan Panagabko and Brennen Van Meer.


Head Coach Ryan Karakochuk summed up the victory:


" I was very excited the way our team came out to start the game. We went 80 yards down the field to score the first touchdown and took 6 minutes off the clock. Our defense came on the field fired up and their first play was a big hit that forced a fumble, with Dean picking it up and running it in for another touchdown to make it 14-0. Our offense couldn't be stopped in the first half, we really dominated the line of scrimmage and that is as good as our offense have played all season."


The Kodiaks will return home to play their last regular season game this Thursday at the Creighton field when they will meet Churchill out of Laronge who are 3-1.


This game will determine first place in the division and a bye into the Northern Final with home field advantage.


Karakochuk expects this to be a very tough game with the Churchill program  playing in the Saskatchewan Provincial system the last couple of years, playing some very good competition including Shellbrook and Wawka.


Karakochuk also mentioned the Creighton fans will get their first taste of a team that is going to be of similar stature and size of the Kodiaks. Game time this Thursday at 4.

Next Stop Swan River

The Hapnot Kings and Queens continue their high school soccer season with a trip to Swan River this weekend as they prepare to defend their Zone title.



Once again the Kings and Queens will have identical schedules for this Saturday:


10:30- VS Dauphin

12:00-VS Thompson

4:30- VS Swan River

Hawks Spoil Bomber Home Opener



After starting the season on the road , the Flin Flon Bombers had their home opener Saturday night at the Whitney Forum .The Nipawin Hawks got the best of the Bombers on Friday’s game by a score of 6-3 , and the Bombers were looking to even things up in the home and home clashes to start the season.



The Bombers ran into penalty trouble early, allowing  two Nipawin power plays in the first two minutes. Newcomer Adam Wilson started off the scoring as he did the night before giving the Bombers the early lead, despite the Bombers lack of discipline early.


The deciding factor of the game ended up being special teams as both clubs had ample power play opportunities.Hawks went 3-8 and Flin Flon 2-7 with the man advantage. The Nipawin power play was very technically sounds with a strong cycle game and very crisp passing especially so early in the year.

The Bombers have rock solid personnel on the point  with Curtis Roach and Joel Webb. With goals coming in  bunches on both sides the Bombers were able to pounce on a five on three midway through the third period to tie things up at 4 a piece.


A text book tape to tape pass from Webb to Nick Shumlanski who showed off great hands on a quick release shot tied things up. The rest of third period was spirited affair as was overtime but nothing was solved and the 1181 fans who packed the Whitney Forum got a little extra as the game went to the shoot-out.


The difference ended  up being Kris Spriggs for Nipawin who was the top star of the game scoring twice in regulation and getting the lone goal. The Bombers will next travel to Melfort to look for their first win of the year versus the defending champion Mustangs. Coach’s show 8:15;, play by play 8:30 on 102.9 CFAR and



Flin Flon Scoring

1st. Wilson, (2) (Reitmeier, Roach), 6:55


2nd. Switzer, (1) (Roach, Kocur), 0:32 (PP)


3rd. Webb, (1) (Smith, Roach), 7:04 (PP)


3rd Shumlanski, (1) (Webb, Empey), 15:31


High School Roundup

The Hapnot Kings and Queens kicked off the high school soccer season this past weekend in Neepawa.


The Kings finished second overall beating Altona 2-1, lost to Neepawa 4-0 and Swan River 4-1.


The Queens finished third losing 2-1 in a shoot out to Altona, 1-0 to Neepawa and finished with a win over Swan River 3-1.


Next tournament in Swan River this weekend.


The Creighton Kodiak SR Girls volleyball team were in Porcupine Plain and went 3-2 on the weekend, losing in the Quarter Finals to Davidson.


They are in Humboldt this weekend.

SJHL Preview Show

It is opening weekend in the SJHL and once again Mike Stackhouse and myself do our yearly predictions. We focus mainly on the Sherwood Division but do talk about the other teams too.


You can hear that interview here:


Part 1




Part 2


Bombers Deal Kit

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Flin Flon trades returning forward Brett Kitt (96) for Greyson Reitmeier (96) and a player to be named later.

Head Coach and General Manager Mike Reagan  announced the acquisition of 1996 born Greyson Reitmeier (Nakusp, BC) from the Melville Millionaires and a player to be named later in exchange for 1996 born Brett Kitt (Brandon, MB).


The 6’3, 190 pound forward suited up in 48 games last season with the Mills, finishing with 16 points (7g, 9a).  Prior to his stint in Melville, Reitmeier was in BC with the Trail Smoke Eaters where he had 12 points (1g, 11a) in 50 games as a rookie.


“We’re really happy to have acquired Greyson,” commented Reagan.  “He’s a big body that drives the net and skates very well.”


Kitt was recently with the Lethbridge Hurricanes but was recently re-assigned by the club. 

The Bombers also receive a player to be named later.


Reitmeier will make his Bomber debut on Friday when the team starts the regular season on the road against Nipawin before hosting the Hawks the next night.


Kings and Queens Kick Off Soccer Season

The Hapnot Senior Kings and Queens will be in Neepawa for the Neepawa Invitational Soccer Tournament this weekend.


The Kings and Queens will have identical schedules:


10:30 vs Altona


1:30 vs Neepawa


3pm vs Swan River


The following weekend they are in Swan River and Zones are in Thompson October the 2nd and 3rd.

Kodiak Invitational Results


The Creighton Kodiaks hosted their invitational  volleyball tournament this past weekend.


Here are the results:




Kodiaks beat Sturgeon Lake 2 games to 1 to win Gold.

Hapnot beat Cranberry 2 straight to win Bronze.




Sturgeon Lake beat Creighton 2 games to none to win Gold.

The Pas beat Cranberry for Bronze.

Closing Day Tourney

The Phantom Lake Golf Club hosted the closing day tournament this past weekend


Here are the results:


Men's Championship- Darcy Salomondra with a 70.

2. Bob Benson

3. Jeff Woods


First Flight- Harold Harris


Second Flight- Ryan Bortis


Third Flight- Sal Woloshyn


Fourth Flight- Steve Stelmach



Ladies Championship- Ann Wiebe

2. Maxine Long

3. Yvonne Davis


First Flight- Collen Arnold


Juniors-Brad Fox

2. Gage Gogal



Bombers Tame Blizz



The Bombers were able to handle their MJHL counterparts for the second time in the most recent battle of Northern Manitoba which wrapped up at the Whitney Forum on Saturday.



This game featured a much bigger veteran presence for both teams and there was a much better pace than what we saw in OCN two nights earlier.


It took Flin Flon only 2 and a half minutes to open the scoring when Brandon Switzer connected with Joel Kocur to put the Bombers up early 1-0. Jason Cohan followed that up with his second of the pre season less than 3 minutes later, and Flin Flon took a 2-0 lead to the locker room.


Cohan looks fantastic , has shed a few pounds and I really like how he drives to the net. Cohan had a tough time getting in the lineup last year with a deep Bomber team but looks determined to be an impact player this year.


The two teams traded goals in the second with rookie Brandon Lesko putting the Bombers up 3-0 at the 13:32 mark. Creighton's Brenden Barron had the only Blizzard goal when he scored on Devin Debastos from behind the Bomber net. 3-1 Bombers after 2.


Flin Flon got a couple of insurance goals in the third when Switzer  pocketed his second of the night, and rookie Cole Zimmerman, who by the way head coach Mike Reagan is really high on to make the final 5-1 Flin Flon.




Final shots Flin Flon 36 and OCN 23.

PP Flin Flon 0 for7, OCN 1 for 7.


Head Coach and GM Mike Reagan commented on his team's second straight win over OCN." I think it was good, I thought we played good for the majority of the game, there were some sections that kind of got in a lull and that sort of thing, but we are happy these games are over and now  we can concentrate on Kindersley."


The Bombers will get a fourth exhibition game afterall as they will travel to Warmen on Sunday and play the Kindersley Klippers. Flin Flon lost a game with Nipawin, and Kindersley lost a game with Melville so both coach's got together and decided that they would try to arrange something against each other.


Reagan told me that he is looking forward to the challenge and will start to cut down numbers after tonight's game and try to get down to 25 or 26 players. The Bomber coaching staff will certainly have some tough decisions and tonight's game against Kindersley could decide some players fates.


This will be the Bombers final pre season tune up as they prepare for the start of the regular season this weekend when they open  up against the Nipawin Hawks. Both games Friday from the Cage, and Saturday from the Whitney Forum can be heard on 102.9 CFAR and

Kodiaks Win Big Again

The Creighton Kodiaks rolled to another lopsided victory yesterday after travelling to Laronge and rolling over Senator Myles by the tune of 78-6.


This improves the Kodiak's record to 2-0 this season and 9-0 lifetime.


Tyler Williamson had another big day leading the way with 4 touchdowns, with other td's coming from: Tristan Stomp,Willy Thompson (2) , Chris Reynolds(2) and Jordan Panagapko.


The Kodiaks will enjoy a 2 week break before travelling to Cumberland House on September the 24th. Next home game is Thursday October the 1st.


Here is yesterday's complete scoring summary:


05 Creighton 78 @ SMVS 6

September 10, 2015

Team 1st Q 2nd Q 3rd Q 4th Q Final  
Creighton 32 13 20 13 78
SMVS 0 6 0 0 6

First Quarter

Creighton- TD Tyler Williamson 6 11:23
Creighton- Convert (2-PT) Dean Rainville 2 11:23
Creighton- TD Tristan Stomp 6 9:51
Creighton- Convert (2-PT) Dean Rainville 2 9:51
Creighton- TD Tyler Williamson  6 3:51
Creighton- Convert (2-PT) Dean Rainville 2 3:51
Creighton- TD Willy Thompson 6 1:40
Creighton- Convert (2-PT) Dean Rainville 2 1:40

Second Quarter
SMVS- TD Virgil Bear 6 4:09
Creighton- TD Tyler Williamson  6 3:08
Creighton- TD Willy Thompson 6 2:36
Creighton- Convert (1-PT) Blair Pietsche 1 2:36

Third Quarter
Creighton- TD Chris Reynolds 6 10:41
Creighton- Convert (2-PT) Dean Rainville 2 10:41
Creighton- TD Chris Reynolds 6 8:29
Creighton- TD Tyler Williamson  6 4:33

Fourth Quarter

Creighton- TD Jordon Panagapko 6 1:40
Creighton- TD Tyler Williamson  6 4:12
Creighton- Convert (1-PT) John Gardiner 1 4:12


Creighton- Dean Rainville-1, Willy Thompson-2,

Great Effort Leads To Victory



The battle of Northern Manitoba resumed last night at the GLMC with the Flin Flon Bombers getting the best of their Northern rivals from the MJHL 7-3.


A few things have changed in the 18 years I have been travelling to OCN  to watch these two teams do battle. For the first time that I can remember I didn't hear any boos from the crowd when the Bombers hit the ice. There has always been a great rivalry betwen these two teams dating back to the Norman League days, but it seems to have softened with the fans,  in my opinion any way.


To the game, I thought Flin Flon skated well and dictated the pace throughout the contest and had the upper hand in play. The Bombers dressed 5 vets while OCN dressed 7.


The Bomber vets all looked very good with Jason Cohan, Curtis Roach and Kristian ST.Onge catching my eye with a very good effort and were factors all night.


Flin Flon came out flying in the first period and scored 2 goals in the first  7 minutes, and quickly made it 3-0 early in the second, before the Blizzard settled down and got on the board midway through the second. The Bombers responded to get back their 3 goal lead and made it 4-1 after 2.


OCN was able to cut it to 4-3 with a couple of power play goals in the third before the Bombers would strike for 3 more to eventually take it 7-3.


Third string goalie from last year  Connor Slip started for the Bombers and played very well stopping all 17 shots fired in his direction. Connor continues to be very popular with his team mates and received plenty of high fives when he made his way to the bench to give way for Devin Debastos who stopped 10 out of  13 shots in relief.


OCN went with the tandem of Brandon Dillon and Patrick Casper who were far busier stopping 34 out of 41 shots.


Bomber goal scorers: Jason Cohan, Rylan Tkachuk (2), Adam Wilson(2), Brandon Lesko and Kristian ST.Onge.


Blizzard goal scorers: Matt Bullard, Bryce MacInnis and Brady Valiquette.


Power plays Flin Flon 3 for 9, OCN 2 for 9.


Mike Reagan will have some very tough choices to make with only 1 pre season game remaining and only so many spots available.


A couple other notables from last night recently acquired Adam Wilson from Bonnyville of the AJHL not only scored 2 goals but was very physical and looks like he will be a fan favorite. Isaac Tkachuk, Brandon Lesko and Cory Thomas are some of the rookies who really stood out.


The Bomber pre season record is 1-1, while the Blizzard are 0-1 with the rematch set for the Whitney Forum this Saturday at 7:30.


Make sure you get there as this will not only be the final time the Bombers play the Blizzard this year, but also the final pre season game with the regular season starting next weekend.

Bombers Travel To OCN




The battle of Northern Manitoba  will resume tonight  at the GLMC, between the Flin Flon Bombers and OCN Blizzard with puck drop at 7.


This will be Flin Flon's second pre season game after dropping a 9-4 decision to Nipawin on Saturday in an all rookie matchup at the Whitney Forum. This is the first pre season game for OCN. The second pre season game for the Bombers was cancelled due  to bus problems.


I caught up to Head Coach and GM of the Bombers Mike Reagan and asked him what type of lineup he would ice tonight. " Obviously things have changed since we lost the second pre season game with the Hawks, that was going to be an opportunity for us to take a look at all our young guys. The rookie game here Saturday was basically our draft picks. I dressed a lot of young guys and I thought we played pretty well and Nipawin had a bit of an older lineup. It was a good measuring stick and going forward here, I think we are going to have to give guys a couple less games than what we would have  liked to. We will get a lot more rookies in the lineup tonight and get most of our A lineup in  for the return game Saturday."


You can catch all the action on 102.9 CFAR tonight with the Murray GM Pre Game Show at 6:45 and play by play at 7. Jaret Schneider will have the call.


Last season the two teams split the 2 game series with the Blizzard coming back from 2 goals down in the third period to pull out an OT win at OCN. The Bombers took it to OCN with lots of penalties in the rematch at the Whitney Forum.


This is the only opportunity to see these two teams play each other, so hopefully we will see packed houses for both these games tonight and Saturday.


I will have a complete wrap up tomorrow.

Walt Cunningham Results

One of the premier golf events in Northern Manitoba and Saskatchewan , the Walt Cunningham Golf Classic wrapped up Monday at the Phantom Lake Golf Club.



This has been a huge tradition over the Labour Day long weekend for decades, with  92 golfers taking part and here are the results:


Championship Flight-  Jeff Woods


First Flight- Chris Bortis


Second Flight- Tom Davie


Third Flight- Jamie Webber


Fourth Flight- Craig Quinn


Fifth Flight- Duane Bray


Sixth Flight- Al Snow


Seventh Flight- Harold Harris


Eight Flight- Steve Stelmach


Ninth Flight- Mike Jones


Tenth Flight- Woody Pedersen


Eleventh Flight- Scott Eastman

Hawks 9 Bombers 4


It was an all rookie affair at the Whitney Forum Saturday night between the Nipawin Hawks and Flin Flon Bombers.


Both teams skated with a good pace, and there were some pretty big hits at both ends of the rink too.


I thought despite the score, both teams were pretty even with the Hawks getting the upper hand on their scoring chances.


The teams traded goals in the opening minutes of the first period, with Nipawin scoring first when Jake Gerbner opened up the game for Nipawin at 3:25. Keegin Randall replied for Flin Flon at 5:54. Grant Baetsen put the Hawks up 30 seconds later, before the Bombers would tie it up with Brodie Madarash getting his first of the night.


The Hawks would retake the lead on a couple of late first period goals by Baetsen and Bollefer, to make it 4-2 Nipawin after 1.


Nipawin would have a big second period out scoring Flin Flon 4-1. Hawk goal scorers included: Girod with 2, Bollefer ,and Erickson. James Fury had the lone goal for the Bombers. Hawks with a big lead 8-3 after 2.


The two teams traded goals in the third with Moeller scoring for the Hawks before Flin Flon responded with a goal from Jaxon White with only 4 minutes remaining in the game.


The final score Nipawin 9 and Flin Flon 4.


The Bombers had a couple of locals in the lineup including 2000 born goalie Jeremy Dutcuwich who stopped 7 out of 11 in the opening period. 99 born defenseman Ethan Stuckless had a good game and rang one off the post in the second period.


Stuckless and Dutcuwich will both suit up for the Norman Northstars in the Manitoba Midget AAA League this up coming season.


There were a couple of other players with local connections including Isaac Jackson who was born in Flin Flon and now lives in Warman. Jackson played last year with the Beardy's Blackhawks. Brody Madarash who is from PA, is the son of Flin Flonner and former Bomber Tim Madarash.


Madarash is the Bomber all time top scorer in the moderrn era with 258 points in 4 seasons.


The rematch will take place in Nipawin Sunday night with more veterans expected in the lineup. It is a busy week for Flin Flon who travel to OCN Thursday and host the Blizzard Saturday.


Kodiaks 53 Sandy Bay 8


The Creighton Kodiaks took over right where they left off from last October, rolling over Sandy Bay 53-8 Thursday night at the Creighton field to kick off their second season in the Northern Saskatchewan Football League.


Creighton got plenty of offense from Blair Pietsh and Tyler Williamson who led the way with 2 touchdowns each. Other TDS coming from: Josh Nowlin and Dean Rainville. Rainville also added 6 converts.


Head Coach Ryan Karakochuk talked about his team's first win of the season.  " I think the boys were really nervous to start the game, you could see it, no one really knew what to expect.  I think offensively you could see jitters all around, and I think the boys got frustrated that we couldn't complete a lot of passes. The wind was a factor with the ball fluttering all over the place. I told them to keep it together, our defense played very well and I was happy to get all our players into the game. We only had a week and a half to prepare, so we have to go back to the drawing board and it is only going to get tougher."


Creighton improves to 8-0 dating back to last year and will hit the road, when they travel to Lac Laronge next Thursday.



102.9 CFAR Releases Broadcast Schedule

102.9 CFAR has released it's 2015 broadcast schedule for the Flin Flon Bombers.


CFAR is committed to broadcasting 33 games, with 20 on the road and 13 at the Whitney Forum, plus all playoff games.


Broadcasts to be handled this year by Eric Swar, Raphael Saray and Rob Hart


Schedule could be subject to change and are MB start times.


Flin  Flon Bomber Tenative Broadcast Schedule 2015-16


Flin Flon at Nipawin  Friday Sept 18th 8:30


Nipawin at Flin Flon Saturday Sept 19th 7:30


Flin Flon at Melfort Wednesday Sept 23rd 8:30


Battleford at Flin Flon Saturday Oct 3rd 7:30


Kindersley at Flin Flon Saturday Oct 10th 7:30


Flin Flon at Yorkton Friday Oct 16th 8:30


Flin Flon at Melville Saturday Oct 17th 8:30


Melville at Flin Flon Saturday Oct 24th 7:30


Flin Flon at Melfort Thursday Nov 5th  7:30


Flin Flon at Humboldt Friday Nov 13th 7:30


Flin Flon at Kindersley Saturday Nov 14th 7:30


Flin Flon at Nipawin Tuesday Nov 17th 7:30


Battleford at Flin Flon Saturday Nov 21st 7:30


Flin Flon at Laronge Tuesday Nov 24th 7:00


Nipawin at Flin Flon Friday Dec 4th 7:30


Estevan at Flin Flon Saturday Dec 5th 7:30


Melville at Flin Flon Saturday Dec 12th 7:30


Flin Flon at Melfort Saturday Jan 9th 7:30


Flin Flon at Laronge Friday Jan 15th 7:00


Laronge at Flin Flon Saturday Jan 16th 7:30


Flin Flon at Nipawin Tuesday Jan 19th 7:30


Flin Flon at Notre Dame Wednesday Jan 20th 8:00


Flin Flon at Estevan Friday Jan 22nd 7:30


Flin Flon at Weyburn  Saturday Jan 23rd 7:30


Laronge at Flin Flon  Saturdy Jan 30th 7:30


Kindersley at Flin Flon Saturday Feb 6th  7:30


Flin Flon at Yorkton Tuesday Feb 9th 7:30


Flin Flon at Melville Wednesday Feb 10th  7:30


Melfort at Flin Flon Saturday Feb 13th 7:30


Notre Dame at Flin Flon Saturday Feb 20th 7:30


Flin Flon at Battleford Friday Feb 26th 7:30


Flin Flon at Battleford Saturday Feb 27th 7:30


Flin Flon at Laronge Saturday March the 5th 7:00




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