Sports News Archives for 2020-01

Senior Kings Off To Warren

The Senior Hapnot Kings are in Warren for a Senior basketball tournament which will start later today.

 

Hapnot will take on the Teulon Saints today at 3pm. If they win they will play tomorrow at 11, and if they lose they play tomorrow at 9:30.

 

The B-side will go Saturday at 3 and the A-side at 5.

Bombers Pummell The Bruins

 

The Flin Flon Bombers scored 5 goals in the opening period and never looked back in an impressive 9-2 win over the Estevan Bruins last night.

 

The reigning SJHL Defenseman Of The Week, Mason Martin led the way with a pair of goals his 12th and 13th of the year.

 

 Reid Robertson scored a pair to  hit 8 on the season and Zach Bannister also scored his first as a Bomber and 10th of the year.

 

Other goals came from Houle(25), Klymchuk(10), Rafuse (32) and Easton Haygarth who potted his 15th.

 

Estevan got their goals from Tyson Manz and  Brady Nicholas.

 

Flin Flon was in control the entire game,  scoring two minutes in and continued to pour it on chasing starting netminder Keenan Rancier on 4 goals on 14 shots.

 

Randy Cooke came in relief and stopped 25 of 30.

 

Jacob Delorme was in net for the Bombers giving up 2 goals on 30 shots and picked up his 19th victory of the season as he continues to bolster his game down the stretch.

 

The Bomber power play was clicking  once again going 2 for 5 while holding the Bruin power play at bay at 0 for 6.

 

Flin Flon has taken both games  against the Bruins this season out scoring them 16 to 6.

 

With the win, the Bombers will get a little more breathing room over Yorkton for second overall, with a 5 point spread and 4 games in hand.

 

They also continue to put distance between themselves and the other clubs in the Sherwood Division. They lead second place Melfort by 7 points and third place Laronge and Nipawin by 8 points.

 

It was a great way to kick off the home stand with Weyburn and Laronge coming to town this weekend. We will have the broadcast against Laronge on Saturday.

 

It will start with the Great North GM Coach's Show at 7:10 and play by play at 7:30.

 

 

Flinty Ice Fishing Derby

It is time to start thinking about the 6th annual Flinty Ice Fishing Derby coming up at Bakers Narrows on March the 28th.

 

Early bird tickets are now available at Kleen All, Rubi's Outdoors or online at flintyfishderby.com.

 

All anglers who purchase their tickets before March 22nd will be entered in the super hole draw which means you will be able to head out with your partner an hour before the derby starts.

 

Tickets are $100.00 each and first place is once again $25,000.00 

 

Early bird tickets can be purchase til March the 21st at midnight.

 

 

Mason Martin Wins D-Man Of The Week

The SJHL announced their Players Of The Week earlier today and once again a Flin Flon Bomber is being recognized for his fine play.

 

Congratulations to 20 year old rear guard Mason Martin who was selected the SJHL Defenseman Of The Week.

 

Martin was very impressive at the SJHL/MJHL Showcase in Regina and followed that up with 2 goals against the Nipawin Hawks on Friday and an assist on Saturday.

 

So far this season Martin has 11 goals and 22 assists in 41 games played in his third full season as a Bomber.

 

He is having a career year, more than doubling his best point totals so far this season.

Another Gold Medal For Lee

5 members of the Uof S Huskies wrestling team travelled down to Abbotsford BC last weekend to compete in the Cascade Invitational.

 

Flin Flon's Hunter Lee led the way winning Gold in the 90 kg weight class. This was Hunter's third, first place finish of the season after winning the Huskie and Golden Bear Invitationals.

 

Lee continues to have nothing but success on the mat both in this country and across the world with his Bronze medal at the Junior Worlds in Estonia.

 

Next up for Hunter and the Huskies will be the Canada West Championship which will take place in Calgary the weekend of Feb 7th to the 8th.

Defensive Breakdowns Lead To Hawks Victory

Defensive break downs were the story this past weekend as the Flin Flon Bombers and Nipawin Hawks split their home and home series.

 

Flin Flon took Friday's game at home 7 to 5 on the strength of two goals a piece from Billy Klymchuk and Mason Martin and got 23 saves from Cal Schell who won his SJHL debut.

 

The Bombers were able to over come a two goal deficit for their 27th win of the season.

 

The two teams travelled to the Cage for the re-match on Saturday.

 

This time it was the Hawks who over came a two goal deficit for the 6 to 4 win, courtesy of a three goal third period.

 

Hawk captain Jake Tremblay did most of the damage as he set up the tieing goal just 29 seconds into the final period before scoring the eventual winner and insurance goal for Nipawin's first win against the Bombers this season.

 

The night started well for the Bombers who gave up the first goal to Carson Erhardt, but responded with the next three including two from Cole Rafuse.

 

Rafuse potted his 30th and 31st of the season and continues to be one of Flin Flon's most solid performers each and every game.

 

The other Bomber goals came from Tristan Lemyre and Matt Flodell.

 

Flin Flon looked to be on track with a 4 to 3 lead going into the third period, but they coughed up the puck way too many times and it was a give away that did lead to Nipawin's winning goal.

 

If it wasn't for veteran puck stopper Jacob Delorme the score would have been worse. Delorme made several big saves including a break away on Caden Benson.

 

He also slid post to post to rob Makarenko mid way through the third on what looked like it would be a sure goal. He wound up with 30 saves on 36 shots.

 

Special teams were also a factor with the Bomber lethal power play going 0 for 6 including two 5 on 3 chances.

 

To add insult to injury, the Hawks managed to score two short handed goals.

 

Flin Flon will take 5 out of the 6 meetings as these two teams are done playing each other at least for the regular season.

 

After the weekend,  the Bomber record is 27-10-5 and remain second over all, 3 points up on Yorkton with 5 games in hand.

 

The Maroon and White also continue to lead the Sherwood Division with a 7 point spread on Melfort and an 8 point lead on Laronge and Nipawin.

 

It will be a busy week for the Bombers who will play three home games with Estevan here on Wednesday, Weyburn Friday and Laronge on Saturday.

 

102.9 CFAR and flinflononline.com will broadcast the Saturday game against Laronge.

 

Northstars Win All Three This Weekend

In what has been a trying season for the Norman Northstars, a very determined group put in their best effort of the season winning all three games on the road this weekend.

 

Norman took both games in Kenora by scores of 7-4 and 8-3 and followed that up with a 6-4 win in Interlake this afternoon.

 

Flin Flon's Jordan Pfoh continued his fine play picking up 10 points in the three games including 5 goals to give him 16 on the season.

 

Blake Lahonen chipped in two goals and an assist and Derek Koivisto added a pair of goals.

 

Rylan Potkonjak is back with the team and was a rock between the pipes picking up all three victories with 80 saves on 91 shots.

 

These were Norman's first road wins of the year and no doubt should be a huge confidence builder down the stretch.

 

Norman will return home to face the Winnipeg Bruins this weekend, Saturday and Sunday in Thompson.

Home And Home With The Hawks

The SJHL/MJHL Showcase has wrapped up in Regina and the SJHL regular season will resume tonight with 10 teams back in action.

 

One of the match ups will feature an all Sherwood battle between the Flin Flon Bombers and Nipawin Hawks.

 

Flin Flon has won all 4 meetings this year including a 4 to 3 OT win at the Cage last Friday.

 

Tristan Lemyre led the way with 3 points including the winning goal in OT, on a nice set up from Zach Bannister.

 

Lemyre is the hottest Bomber coming into action tonight as he has registered 29 points in his last 15 games and has just picked up another SJHL Rookie Of The Week Award.

 

He also picked up 4 points in two games at the recent Showcase in Regina.

 

Jacob Delorme seems to of found his groove between the pipes and is second in the league with wins at 18.

 

Delorme is 3-1 in his last 4 starts with a 1.96 gaa and a save % of .946, to go along with his first career shut out.

 

The Bombers as a hole, are locked into a good spot right now at 26-9-5 which is tops in the Sherwood and second overall.

 

Flin Flon lead Melfort and Laronge by 6 points and the Hawks by 8 points.

 

The team they are really concerned with right now is the Yorkton Terriers who are just one point behind the Bombers for second overall.

 

The Bombers do have 7 games in hand.

 

If the Hawks are going to have any chance of catching Flin Flon they will need to get some points this weekend.

 

 

The first game is set to hit the Whitney Forum tonight with the rematch and final regular season meeting at the Cage tomorrow.

 

102.9 CFAR and flinflononline.com will have tomorrow's match up from the Cage with the Great North GM Coach's Show at 7:10 and drop of the puck at 7:30.

 

 

Norman Wolves Coming To Flin Flon

The Bantam AAA Norman Wolves will be playing a pair of games in Flin Flon coming up the weekend of February the 15th and 16th against the Central Plains Capitals.

 

This years team consists of players from Flin Flon, The Pas, Norway House, OCN and Thompson.

 

The players from Flin Flon are goaltenders- Logan Salamondra and Paxton Moore, forwards- Joey Lies, Nole Pearson, Evan Reid and defenseman Connor Slugoski.

 

Games will be played at the Whitney Forum at 5pm on Saturday Feb 15th and 11 am on Sunday Feb 16th.

Hapnot Wrestling Awards

The Hapnot wrestling team went down to Warman this past weekend to compete at the Scratch and Claw tournament.

 

This was a huge event with 31 schools taking part and over 300 athletes in attendance.

 

Congratulations to Maguire Lee who placed first in his respective division and Kyle " the Heart break  kid" Gurniak who   battled hard all weekend.

 

They are coached by Derek Abrahamson.

Senior Curling Results

 

The Uptown Curling Club hosted both the Senior Ladies and Senior Men's Curling bonspiels this past weekend.

 

Ladies results:

 

Main Event- Rainville beat Davidson

 

Second Event- Burwash over Black

 

Third Event- Chrisp over Kostuchuk

 

Men's results

 

Main Event- McMunn and Yates

Holmes defeats Blatherwick

 

Second Event- Steelworkers

Connolly beat Meyer

 

Third Event- FF Insurance

Munson knocks off Anderson

Queens Finish Second

The Senior Hapnot Queens travelled to Brandon for the Regent Custom Cresting Viking Invitational basketball tournament this past weekend.

 

Hapnot faired very well against some good competition down south.

 

The Queens beat Portage 49 to 28 in their first game and followed that up with a big win over Vincent Massey of Brandon 57 to 55.

 

Hapnot made it to the final against Crocus Plain of Brandon and had a good showing losing 65 to 56 to finish second.

 

The Queen's next tournament will be in Hamiota,  February the 7th and 8th and the Senior Kings will head to Warren the weekend of January the 28th.

Bombers Grab OT Win

The Flin Flon Bombers played a complete road game and were able to pick up a 4 to 3 win in over time in Nipawin on Friday.

 

The two new additions, Hayden Clayton and Zach Bannister have paid off already. Clayton scored a goal in his Bomber debut when he was able to drive to the net and pick up a Donavan Houle rebound.

 

Bannister picked up two assists including a beautiful pass to Tristan Lemyre who scored the OT winner, just 1:24 into the extra period.

 

Lemyre picked up 3 points including two goals and was the game's first star and now has 40 points in 28 games including 20 goals.

 

Lemyre is now tied with Kyle Ford from Laronge for the overall rookie scoring lead despite playing in 17 less games.

 

The other Bomber goal came from veteran d-man Troy Quinn who added his third on the power play.

 

Nipawin responded with goals from former Bomber, Dawson McKenzie, Jordan Simoneau and Caden Benson.

 

Once again,  Bomber starting goalie Jacob Delorme was solid making 32 saves on 35 shots including a nice poke check which led to the winning goal in OT.

 

The Hawks had a chance in front of the Bomber net, but Delorme poked the puck away and Bannister grabbed the loose biscuit and skated down the ice and fed the nice pass to Lemyre for the win.

 

Delorme is second in the league with wins at 18 and trails Liam McGarva of Laronge by just one victory.

 

Flin Flon gets an important division road win and sits first in the Sherwood at 26-9-5. They lead second place Laronge and Melfort by 6 points.

 

The Bombers also have two games in hand on Melfort and 5 on Laronge.

 

The SJHL will take a three day break for the SJHL/MJHL Showcase in Regina which starts Tuesday.

 

Good luck to the 9 Bombers who have been chosen to take part including Dane Hirst, Troy Quinn, Mason Martin,  Donavan Houle, Chase and Easton Haygarth, Zach Bannister, Tristan Lemyre and Jaeden Mercier.

 

Flin Flon and Nipawin will keep the rivalry going this weekend as they will play a home and home starting Friday in Flin Flon and back in Nipawin Saturday.

 

102.9 CFAR and flinflononline.com will have Saturday's game including the Great North GM Coach's Show at 7:10.

Senior Men's Draw

The Uptown Curling Club is hosting the annual Men's and Ladies Senior bonspiels this weekend with draws starting tomorrow.

 

There is going to be 8 Men's rinks and 6 Ladies rinks.

 

Here is the draw for the Men

 

9:30- Saturday

Don Holmes VS Jim Meyer

Barry Smith VS Doug Anderson

 

Noon- Saturday

John Munson VS Dale Connelly

Al Shirran VS Dave Blatherwick

 

Finals will go Sunday at 1.

Senior Queens Travel To Brandon

Fresh off winning the Kit Classic basketball tournament  in Creighton this past weekend,  the Senior Hapnot Queens are off to Brandon for the Regent Custom Cresting Viking Invitational starting Friday.

 

Other teams in the tournament are from Brandon, Virden, Portage, Goose Lake, Souris and Neepawa.

 

Hapnot's first game will be on Friday at 10:45 VS Portage. If they win they would play again at 4.

 

The Championship final is slated to go at 3:45 on Saturday.

Teagan Quinn Memorial Tournament Coming Up

The Teagan Quinn Memorial Pee Wee Tournament will take place the weekend of January the 31st and Feb 2nd.

 

There will be two divisions and games will take place at both the Sportex and Whitney Forum.

 

Teams are confirmed from all over including Flin Flon, The Pas, Prince Albert, Swan Valley, Thompson and Snow Lake.

 

Games will start on Friday with the A1 Division at the Sportex. The Pas will play Flin Flon at 10:45 and Swan Valley will play Snow Lake at 12:30.

 

Over at the Whitney Forum, in the A Division, Flin Flon plays Swan Valley at 2:15 and the PA Rangers play Thompson at 4.

 

Playoffs start Sunday at 9 with the two Gold medal games at 10:45 and 12:30.

SJHL Showcase Rosters Announced

The Saskatchewan Junior Hockey League announced their rosters for the annual SJHL/MJHL Showcase which will take place in Regina January the 21st and 22nd.

 

A number of Flin Flon Bombers will be represented featuring the best under 20 players in the league comprised on three teams.

 

Team Schwartz, Team  Mitchell and Team Kunitz.

 

Here is the list of Flin Flon Bombers who will be attending the event.

 

Team Mitchell (20 and under)

 

D- Troy Quinn

 

D- Dane Hirst

 

D- Mason Martin

 

F- Easton Haygarth

 

F- Chase Haygarth

 

F- Donavan Houle

 

Team Schwartz (18 and under)

 

F- Jaeden Mercier

 

F- Tristan Lemyre

 

Mike Reagan- coach

 

full rosters can be seen at sjhl.ca

 

 

 

 

Offensive Explosion At The Whitney Forum

 

Matt Flodell scored just 2:16 into the opening period  and that proved to be the winning goal as the Bombers blasted the Melfort Mustangs 9 to 0 at the Whitney Forum on Saturday night.

 

Alec Malo collected his first ever SJHL hat-trick and Jacob Delorme turned away 29 shots for his first career shut out.

 

Delorme is in a groove and is still riding the wave of a 45 save performance against Laronge from the weekend before.

 

I was impressed with the way he was coming out to challenge shooters and his re-bound control was excellent. He has looked almost unbeatable in his last couple of starts.

 

Other Bombers goals on Saturday came from Donavan Houle, Tristan Lemyre, Jaeden Mercier, Chase Haygarth and Dane Hirst.

 

Once again the Bomber power play was on fire going 3 for 6 and is now a league best 29.1 %.

 

Tanner Martin got the start for Melfort but was yanked after the first period where he gave up 3 goals on 14 shots.

 

Shawn Parkinson came in relief and was hung out to dry on many occasions giving up 6 goals on 34 shots.

 

Flin Flon was in the drivers seat pretty much the entire game and kept attacking the Mustangs all night long. This was nice to see as there have been a few occasions this year when Flin Flon has had the lead and took their foot off the gas pedal.

 

With the win,  the Bombers will give them selves a little more breathing room a top the Sherwood Division at 25-9-5, good for 55 points.

 

Melfort is 7 points back and both teams have played 39 games.

 

Next up for the Maroon and White will be a trip to the Cage on Friday to face the Nipawin Hawks.

 

Nipawin is red hot with 5 wins in a row including a weekend sweep of Laronge. The Hawks out scored the Wolves 15 to 3 in the two games.

 

We will have the broadcast including the Great North GM Coach's Show at 7:10 and drop of the puck at 7:30.

Queens Take Kit Classic

 

Creighton hosted the annual Kit Classic girls basketball tournament this past weekend with 8 teams competing.

 

The Senior Hapnot Queens capped a perfect weekend by beating Creighton in the final 51 to 23.

 

Norway House beat the Hapnot JV'S 58 to 46 to finish third.

 

It was MBCI out of the Pas winning the B-Side by knocking off Cranberry 42 to 23.

 

In the 7th place game, Hudson Bay beat Snow Lake, 45 to 30.

Bombers Acquire Goaltender

The Flin Flon Bombers took care of one of their needs heading into the Jan 10th trade deadline with the acquisition of 18 year old goaltender Cal Schell.

 

Schell suited up for the Surrey Eagles of the BCHL this past season and had a gaa of 3.76 and a save % of .892.

 

Schell is from Burlington Ontario and played last year in the GOJHL with the Hamilton Kilty B'S, where he put up very good numbers including a gaa of 2.14 and a save % of .922.

 

"We love the fact that he's 6'3 and takes up a lot of the net. Also that he was the top goaltender in a very credible league last season. We believe that the tandem of Delorme and Schell will work well together and push each other to be better." - Mike Reagan

 

 

Kit Classic Schedule Is Set

The schedule is now set for the Senior Creighton Kodiak Kit Classic basketball tournament which will kick off tomorrow afternoon at Creighton school.

 

This will be an all girls tournament with the Kodiaks playing Hudson Bay in the first game at 2:30.

 

The Hapnot Senior Queens will play Cranberry at 4, followed by the JV Queens against the Pas at 5:30 and Snow Lake against Norway House at 7.

 

Among the highlights through out the weekend will be a skills competition, Friday night at 8:30.

 

Playoffs start Saturday at 11:30, with the A-Final at 7.

 

 

Little Prospects Cup

Flin Flon Minor Hockey will be hosting the Hockey D, Little Prospects Cup this weekend at the Creighton Sportex.

 

This will be a Tim-Bits hockey development tournament.

 

9 teams will be competing from Flin Flon, The Pas,Thompson, Norway House and Cross Lake.

 

Action will start Saturday at 9, so come out and enjoy a great weekend of hockey.

A Big Weekend Of Basketball

It is going to be a busy weekend for a number of Flin Flon and Creighton's high school basketball teams.

 

The Creighton Senior Kodiaks girls will be hosting the Kit Classic starting on Friday. The Kodiaks will kick things off at 2:30 against Hudson Bay. The Hapnot Queens will also be among the 8 teams taking part.

 

The Kodiak Senior A boys will be in Laronge and the Senior B  Boys will be in Prince Albert.

 

Hapnot Senior Kings are off to Dauphin and will play their first game Friday night against Morden at 6:15.

 

102.9 CFAR and flinflononline.com will have details through out the weekend and full results on Monday.

Delorme Comes Up Big And Reagan Gets 400th Coaching Win

 

It was a goaltending performance for the ages and a real statement game for Jacob Delorme who stopped 45 Laronge shots on Saturday to get the Bombers back in the win column, with a thrilling 2 to 1 OT win.

 

Laronge had beaten Flin Flon four straight times including a 5 to 3 win at the Whitney Forum on Friday. Some bad defensive break downs cost the Maroon and White in Friday's game.

 

Saturday,  the Bombers headed to LA for the re-match with just a 3 point lead over the Wolves for top spot in the division.

 

Bomber capatain Mason Martin opened the scoring just 2:46 into the opening period on the power play.

 

Martin fired a nice low shot just inside the blue line that beat Laronge starter Liam McGarva cleanly.

 

That goal would stand up til the 17:21 mark of the second period when Laronge's top offensive threat,  Daylon Mannon would get in alone on Delorme and sneak a shot just under his glove hand to tie the contest at 1.

 

Neither team could muster any more offense til the extra period, and Flin Flon got a huge break and would start over time on the power play.

 

It took just over a minute for the league's best unit to end it, when Cole Rafuse redirected an Alec Malo pass into the empty net to steal the two points and give the Bombers their first win of 2020.

 

This was Rafuse's 13th PP marker and 29th of the season.

 

Not only will this win help Flin Flon in the standings, but I can't imagine how big it will be in the confidence department. You could see a lot of the players hanging their heads when they skated off the ice Friday.

 

There has been a lot of talk in Bomber land about another goalie coming in for the stretch drive and Jacob Delorme sent a message to the league that he isn't ready to give up the number one job.

 

He was sensational and the difference in the game with two break away saves and lots of clutch stops through out the third period to stifle the Wolves time and time again.

 

Head Coach and GM Mike Reagan thought this may have been the best game that he has ever seen Delorme play.

 

As for the Coach and GM, congratulations on his 400th SJHL coaching win, all with the Bombers.

 

This is no small feat, as he is the winningest coach in Bomber history in any of the league's the Bombers have been part of in their rich history and was presented the game puck from his players after Saturday's win.

 

The Bombers improve to : 24-9-5 and now lead the second place Wolves by 4 points with three games in hand.

 

Next up will be another tough Sherwood Division opponent in the Melfort Mustangs. Melfort is another good hockey club and have beaten Flin Flon, three times this season.

 

They are 5 points back of the Bombers.

 

Wednesday, Flin Flon will travel to Melfort before hosting the re-match on Saturday.

 

Both games will be broadcast on 102.9 CFAR and flinflononline.com.

 

 

Thompson Wins Jason Morran Tournament

 

The Jason Morran Memorial Atom Tournament wrapped up at both the Sportex and Whitney Forum yesterday afternoon.

 

A great job by the organizers, volunteers and all the kids had fun.

 

In the A bracket, Thompson beat Swan Valley 10 to 3 to win Gold.

 

Flin Flon won the Bronze beating the Pas 12 to 4.

 

In the A-1 bracket it was Thompson winning the Gold, with a convincing 9 to 0 win over Flin Flon.

 

The Pas beat Snow Lake for the Bronze 10 to 7.

Bombers Ready For 2020.

After a 12 day break, the Flin Flon Bombers will hit the ice for the first time in the new year, welcoming a familliar foe to the Whitney Forum tonight.

 

The resurgent Laronge Ice Wolves, who have moved to within 5 points of the first place Bombers in the Sherwood Division thanks to a dramatic come from behind 7 to 6 overtime thriller on December the 21st.

 

Laronge is the hottest team in the league, with points in 8 straight games and have beaten the Bombers in their last three meetings.

 

Their latest battle is the one that really stings, as Flin Flon had a 6 to 3 lead entering the third period in their own building before the wheels fell off.

 

Saying that,  the Bombers have been a top tier team all season and should be well rested.

 

There isn't a better team in the league offensively, as the Maroon and White continue to score a lot with 166 goals in 36 games.

 

Flin Flon has 6 players in the top 20 in league scoring including Cole Rafuse and Alec Malo who are second and third overall with 125 points combined.

 

Tristan Lemyre tore it up in December, firing 15 points in 7 games and was awarded the SJHL Rookie Of The Month for the second time this season.

 

On the back end this is a veteran group with the likes of Mason Martin, Dane Hirst and Troy Quinn. Throw in a healthy Jack Michell and this as deep as any group in the league.

 

The big question entering the stretch drive will be goaltending?  Flin Flon as of today only have one capable starter in Jacob Delorme who got hurt just before Christmas.

 

It looks like Delorme will be ready to go tonight as Flin Flon continue to try and bolster the position after the Matt Sankner trade and Kyle Jessiman electing to go back to the CIS.

 

Delorme has played a lot,  starting 25 games and has had to be counted on every game with out an experienced back up.

 

I was talking with Head Coach and GM Mike Reagan earlier today and he mentioned that they have a lot of irons in the fire and expect to add a very capable goaltender by the January 10th deadline.

 

No broadcast tonight, but we will have tomorrow's game from Laronge with the Great North GM Coach's Show kicking things off at 7:10.

Lemyre Is Rookie Of The Month

For the second time this year, Bomber forward Tristan Lemyre is the SJHL Rookie Of The Month.

 

Lemyre lit it up in December piling up 15 points in 7 games including 6 goals.

 

Among the highlights was a four point game against Battleford on December the 14th when he picked up the hat-trick and one assist. All three goals were on the power play.

 

He also had a four point game against Humboldt on December the 12th.

 

Lemyre is second in rookie scoring for the league with 33 points in 24 games and trails Laronge's Kyle Ford by three points. 

 

What makes this even more impressive is Lemyre has played 15 less games.

 

Next up for Tristan Lemyre and the Bombers is a home and home with Laronge to kick off the new year tomorrow at the Whitney Forum and back to Laronge on Saturday.

 

We will have Saturday's game here on 102.9 CFAR and flinflononline.com with the Great North GM Coach's Show at 7:10.

 

 

Senior Curling Bonspiels

The Flin Flon Curling Club is getting ready to host a couple big events for the seniors.

 

January the 18th and 19th will be the Senior Men's and Ladies Bonspiels with a $40.00 entry fee and you are guaranteed three games. There will also be a supper Saturday night.

 

The men's is full but there is room for ladies rinks. Sign up at the Uptown Curling Club bulletin board or contact Sue Chrisp at 204-687-5560.

 

The Mixed Senior's bonspiel is on the weekend of February the 15th and 16th and once again entrey fee is $40.00 per person.

 

That will include at least three games and a supper. Sign up at the rink.

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