Sports News Archives for 2020-02

Bombers Tangle With Wolves

The SJHL  regular season is quickly coming to a close and the Flin Flon Bombers are trying to get healthy for the post season.


Flin Flon has second overall wrapped up and now have to scoreboard watch to see who they are going to face in the opening round.


It looked like it would be the Estevan Bruins about a week ago, but Estevan is 9-1 in their last 10 and are now tied with Nipawin for 6th overall.


Both those teams could still move up depending on how Melfort and Laronge do this weekend.


Even though,  the last three remaining games mean nothing for the Bombers they are huge for both Laronge this weekend and Melfort on Monday.


Entering play tonight, the Wolves are sitting in fourth overall with 68 points, one up on Melfort and home ice advantage if these two teams do end up playing each other.


If Laronge sweep both games from the Bombers this weekend and Yorkton loses their last two games, the Wolves could still finish third overall.


It is going to be one crazy weekend with all kinds of different scenarios. I don't remember a tight year like this in the standings for a long time,  and fans should be treated to some great action on the last weekend of the regular season.


Flin Flon is expected to rest a lot of their regulars tonight with Jacob Delorme, Alec Malo and Cole Rafuse not expected to be in the line up.


The Bombers will be calling up a number of ap's including local product Jordan Pfoh who is expected to see some action tonight.


Pfoh is coming off an excellent season with the Norman Northstars of the Manitoba Midget Triple A league. Pfoh led his team in scoring with 50 points in 47 games.


Congratulations to Tristan Lemyre who was awarded the SJHL Rookie Of The Year after a dominating season that has seen him put up 61 points in 43 games including 29 goals.


Lemyre is the second highest scorer in the league since December the 1st, behind only Chantz Petruic of Yorkton. Lemyre also missed all of October due to an injury and accepted a scolarship to the University of Denver last month.


I also want to congratulate Head Coach and GM of the Laronge Ice Wolves, Kevin Kaminski who was awarded the SJHL Coach Of The Year along with Brayden Klimosko of the Battleford Stars.


Kaminski has guided Laronge to a 31-19-3-3 record which is already a 42 point improvement from last season. They are also going to be very dangerous for who ever they play in the playoffs.


Both games,  including tonight's contest from the Mel in Laronge will be broadcast on 102.9 CFAR and starting with the Great North GM Coach's Show at 7:10.


We will also broadcast the make up game from Melfort on Monday.

Senior Basketball Zones

Senior Varsity Basketball Zones will take place this weekend with the girls games in Norway House and the boys games in The Pas.


The Queens will play Oscar Lathlin at 1 and Nelson House at 7 on Friday. They will play their final round robin game against Oxford House Saturday at 11.


Playoffs will start Saturday at 2:30.


The Kings will play Norway House at 2:30 and Oxford House at 5:30 on Friday.


Playoffs will start at 9 on Saturday and the final is at 2.

Three Players Inducted Into Female Hall Of Fame

Saturday,  was a historic night at the Whitney Forum as the much awaited new Female Hockey Hall Of Fame was introduced before the Flin Flon Bomber game.


Rink manager,  Les Taylor and his committee have been working on this project for more than a year.


It all came together this past weekend as the Hall welcomed it's first three members.


Congratulations to Amber Chrisp who started in FFMH when she was only 5 years old and played on boy's rep teams through out her minor hockey years. In 1991, Amber played for team Manitoba and got to travel to P.E.I for the Winter Games.


Crystal Springer started in FFMH and moved to Middlebury University for one year. Crystal then made the jump to Harvard for three years where she had lots of success including an  ECAC Championship, Ivy League Championship and a National Championship.


Indra Wood played 9 years in FFMH and went on to play one year for the Banff Bears of the Canadien Sport School Hockey league. Indra also played for the Kings College Monarchs in the NCAA where she got American scholar accolades and named to the first All Academic Team.


She is currently playing Women's Intermediate Hockey in St Catherine's for the Brock Badgers.


All three of these players pictures and bio's are located in the new Female Hockey Hall Of Fame which is on display in the Whitney Forum lobby.


A big thank you to Shayleen Lycan for donating the sign and to Ped's Threads for the logo design.



Mixed Open Bonspiel

The Uptown Curling Club is hosting the Mixed Open Bonspiel the weekend of March the 20th and 21st.


There is a maximum of 12 teams and you are guaranteed 3 games plus supper.


They will be 6 end games with at least one member of the opposite sex, poker style draw and the best hand wins.


Donations for the local SPCA will be accepted and entre fee is $120.00 per team.


Contact Ken or Krissie at 204-687-7650

Lee Brothers Strike Gold Again

The Lee brothers from Flin Flon continue to roll through any  competition that is thrown in their way in the sport of wrestling.


This time around the Lee brothers were in St. Catherines Ontario for the University Nationals representing the U of S.


Hunter struck Gold in his specialty the 90 kg, and his brother Carson won Gold in the 82kg.


Carson was also chosen the University Sports Rookie Of The Year, which is the top rookie right across the country.


This will end the University Wrestling season and both the Lee brothers will stay active training and competing in international tournaments.

Bombers Beat Up On The Hounds


The Flin Flon Bombers shook off a couple of defensive mistakes in the first period and put together a solid second and third for a convincing 5 to 1 win over Notre Dame on Saturday night.


The two teams traded goals in the first with Adam Victorino sneaking a point shot past back up goalie Logan Dyck who played a very good game. There was all kinds of traffic in front of the Bomber net and Dyck never did see the shot.


Notre Dame got their only goal from Jarrett Penner who picked up a re-bound in front of the Bomber net and beat Cal Schell, for the Hounds only goal of the game.


Flin Flon then went on to score four unanswered from Ryder Richmond (4), Zach Bannister (12), Cole Rafuse(38) and Hayden Clayton (6).


The Bombers peppered the Hounds with 62 shots and Logan Dyck kept his team in it and was definately their best player.


Cal Schell played his third straight game and once again was solid making 26 saves on 27 shots. Schell has been a great addition and is 6-0-1 with a gaa of 2.56 and a save % of .913.


Starting goalie Jacob Delorme continues to battle the flu.


Flin Flon ended up going 2 for 5 on the pp, with Notre Dame finishing up 0 for 4.


Friday night the Bombers lost to the Estevan Bruins in OT by a score of 5 to 4. What makes this loss really sting as the Maroon and White fought back from a 4 to 1 deficit.


It was still a decent weekend with the Bombers grabbing three points and improving their record to : 36-13-6 with just three games remaining in the regular season.


They will close out the season with a home and home with Laronge this weekend and a make up game in Melfort on Monday March 2nd.


These won't mean anything to the Bombers in the standings but are huge games for the Wolves and Mustangs who are still battling for playoff positioning.


All three games will be on 102.9 CFAR and


MBCI Take JV Zones


JV Basketball Zones took place in both Flin Flon and the Pas this past weekend and their were a number of exciting games.


The boys games took place in Flin Flon and the Kings went 2-0 in the round robin beating Cranberry and Norway House.


They won their semi against Cross Lake convincingly 80 to 20 and would battle the top ranked team from MBCI out of the Pas.


Hapnot never quit and made MBCI play to the very end and ended up losing 79-66.


The girls games took place in the Pas and the Queens went 3-1 in the round robin with wins against Norway House, OCN, and Cross Lake. Thei one loss came against The Pas.


Hapnot then beat Norway House 40 to 16 in the semi's and would get another chance against The Pas in the final.


The Queens battled hard and actually led at the half, but ended up running out of gas losing 54 to 43.


MBCI takes both Zones and will continue their season at Provincials.


Senior basketball Zones will go this weekend with the boys in The Pas and the girls in Norway House.


45th Annual Centaloppet

The Flin Flon Ski Club will be presenting the 45th annual Val and Ivor Hedman Centaloppet on Sunday March the 1st.


Bring your family and friends for an easy 3.4 km route which will end at the chalet.


Massed start on the Beaver pond at 2 and don't forget to register at the Chalet basement at 1pm.


This event is free for everybody and there are lots of great prizes including a chance at winning the prestigious Centaloppet Cup.


For more information call Dave at 204-687-8653 or Dean at 204-687-8307.

Bomber Players Up For Year End Awards

The SJHL has announced their finalists for their end of year awards and a number of Flin Flon Bombers are nominated for their fine play.


Tristan Lemyre is nominated for the Direct West Rookie Of The Year. What can't you say about Tristan who is having an amazing season. Lemyre has put up big numbers including 29 goals and 31 assists in 41 games and is running away with the Rookie scoring lead despite missing a month of the season. Lemyre also accepted a scholarship to the University of Denver last month.


Alec Malo is up for the RBC Player Of The Year and is second in league scoring putting up 85 points in 51 games . He has 64 assists which is tops in the entire league and has found his scoring touch with a 3 and 4 goal performance in the second half of the season. The former QMJHL star has been a fan favorite for the Bomber faithful all season.


Cole Rafuse,  another major junior star who has a Memorial Cup ring from his time with Acadie Bathurst,  is nominated for the SGEU Most Valuable Player. Rafuse can do it all and has been one of the most consistent players in the league with 84 points in 51 games including 36 goals. Rafuse is also among the league leaders with 14 powerplay goals and is one of the best players I have seen along the wall.


The awards will be announced in two weeks.

Bombers Roll Over The Wings


It didn't take the Flin Flon Bombers long to forget about their set back against the Battleford Stars on Saturday.


Even with some regulars out of the line up, the Maroon and White express rolled over the Weyburn Red Wings 8 to 0.


Soon to be SJHL Rookie Of The Year, Tristan Lemyre led the way with a hat-trick picking up his 27th, 28th and 29th goals of the season.


Hayden Clayton scored a pair,  to give him 4 as a Bomber with the other goals coming from Hirst (10), Robertson (9) and Vardy who potted his second.


Cal Schell continue's  to play well when called upon and picked up his fifth straight win stopping all 25 shots for his first career SJHL shut out.


Schell told me after last night's game that he is really enjoying his time as a Bomber. "It has been good, it has been a fresh start here and I have taken advantage of a good situation and I was happy the boys could help me out and score some goals and make it a little easier on me. This was a good game for me getting some confidence in moving forward."


Schell is a perfect 5-0 and has really good numbers so far since coming over from the BCHL with a gaa of 2.40 and a save % of .918


With last night's win, Flin Flon now has officially clinched second overall with 5 games remaining in the regular season.


The home stand will continue this weekend against Estevan on Friday in which could be a possible first round playoff opponent.


Estevan sits in 8th overall, just one point behind Humboldt with two games in hand. They are coming off a big 6 to 5 OT win in Laronge last night and beat the Bombers in their last game at Affinity Place 6 to 2 back on February the 8th.


The Bombers will have their hands full with a team that will be looking to make a statement in what could be a possible play off preview.


No broadcast on Friday, but we will be on the air with the Saturday game against Notre Dame with a special ceremony before the game with three young ladies being inducted into the Female Hockey Hall Of Fame. 

JV Basketball Zones This Weekend

Flin Flon will be hosting Zone JV basketball this weekend starting on Friday. Teams will be competing from Flin Flon, The Pas, OCN, Cranberry, Norway House and Cross Lake.


Hapnot will play Cranberry at 10:30 and Norway House at 1:30 on Friday.


Playoffs start Saturday at 10:30 with the final at 3.


The Queens are off to OCN for their Zone which starts Thursday.


They will play Norway House at 5:30 on Thursday and will play three games on Friday against OCN at 10:30, The Pas at 1:30 and Cross Lake at 6:30.


Playoffs start Saturday at 11.


Final is at 4.

Bombers And Stars Split


It was two totally different games this past weekend as the Flin Flon Bombers and Battleford Stars split a pair of games at the Whitney Forum.


Flin Flon came out flying on Friday and took it to the Stars 6 to 1. The Bombers got goals from six different players including Dane Hirst, Chase Haygarth, Donavan Houle, Alec Malo, Easton Haygarth and Mason Martin.


The Bomber power play was back in check going 2 for 5 and Jacob Delorme made some timely saves for his 22nd win of the season.


Kristian Lyon did fight the puck a little bit, but was very busy stopping 52 out of 58 shots.


Good teams find ways to respond after losses and that is exactly what the Stars did Saturday in the re-match with a solid 4 to 1 win.


Battleford came out and totally dominated the first period out shooting Flin Flon 27 to 8 and only led 2 to 1 after 1.


Jacob Delorme was nothing short of fantastik and was the only reason they stayed in the game.


No matter what the Bombers did, they just couldn't find a way to penetrate a very good defensive effort from the Stars.


Donavan Houle was the only Bomber to find the back of the net when he stripped the puck away from Seth Summers and went in and made a nice move on Adam Dmyterko for his 30th goal of the season.


Battleford got their goals from Matthias Urbanski, Kaden Boser, Mathew Fletcher and Austin Becker and Adam Dmyterko was back between the pipes making 39 saves on 40 shots and made the timely saves when he had to.


Jacob Delorme took the loss but was the Bomber's best player winding up with 36 saves on 39 shots. One of the Battleford goals came via the empty net.


With the win the Stars will now officially clinch first place overall. Flin Flon's magic number to clinch second is down to two.


After the weekend the Bomber record stands at 34-13-5 and they dropped 4 out of the 6 meetings against the Stars this season.


This is a big week for Flin Flon who will play three in a row at the Whitney Forum as they try to clinch second overalll and home ice advantage for the first two rounds of the playoffs.


Weyburn comes to town Wednesday, Estevan Friday and Notre Dame on Saturday.


102.9 CFAR and will broadcast Saturday's game.


Senior Mixed Curling Results

6 rinks competed in the annual Senior Mixed bonspiel this past weekend at the Uptown Curling Club.


In the A-Final it was Don Melien over Jim Meyer 8 to 1.


B-Final saw Russ Kennedy use his last rock to defeat Tom Veilgut 8 to 6.

Werbicki Trucking Bantam Bombers Finish Second

The Werbicki Trucking Bantam AA Bombers had a very impressive weekend in Brandon for the Tournament Of Champions, taking on the top teams from right  the province.


The Bombers ended up going 3-1 and beat Killarney in the semi's 5 to 3 courtesy of a Wyatt Stinton hat-trick. Tye Burke scored the winning goal.


Flin Flon would come up a little short in the final, losing 4 to 3 to Dauphin to finish second in the province.


There were a couple of Flin Flon teams competing in the annual Munn Cup in Thompson this past weekend.


The Atom AA Northland Ford Bombers ended up going 1-3 and lost the Lamontange Cup to Swan River 4 to 3.


The Ped's Threads A Bombers went 2-2 and lost a heart breaker to the Pas 6 to 5 in OT for the Mintenko Cup.

Bantam Wolves Sweep Capitals


The Norman Bantam Triple A Wolves hosted the Central Plains Capitals this past weekend at the Whitney Forum and played their best hockey of the year.


Playing at the Forum sems to agree with the Wolves who took both games 6 to 4 and 6 to 3.


Flin Flon's Evan Reid and Joey Lies led the way on Saturday with Reid scoring 4 goals and Lies adding 2.


Yesterday,  the goal scorers were Evan Reid from Flin Flon, Logan Primrose from Thompson with two, Matt O'Toole and Hutton Foster from The Pas, and Ethan Potry from Thompson.


Logan Salamondra picked up the win in goal on Saturday with Paxton Moore getting the victory yesterday.


After the weekend,  the Wolves will improve to 3-31-1 on the season and will head to Swan River for Provincials  March the 13th to the 15th. 

Norman Hosts One Of The Top Teams In Manitoba

The Norman Northstars return to action this weekend as they will try and snap a 4 game losing streak.


It won't be easy as they will play one of the top teams in the league, with the Winnipeg Thrashers coming to trown. The Thrashers are fourth overall at 30-11.


The Northstars sit 12th over all at 4-38-0-1


Norman dropped the two earlier meetings this season by scores of 7 to 3 and 9 to 2.


The two games will take place this Saturday at 7:30 and Sunday at 1:30 in Thompson.

Mustangs Clip The Bombers

After reeling off 9 wins in ten games,  the Flin Flon Bombers dropped their second straight decision 3 to 2 in Melfort last night.


Alex Rondeau opened things up on a 5 on 3 power play to give Melfort a quick 1-0 lead. That goal would hold up til late in the second period.


Donavan Houle blistered a beautiful shot over Shawn Parkinson's right shoulder with just under 2 minutes left in the second to tie the score at one.


Melfort re-took the lead when Seth McCulloch was left alone in the slot early in the third. The Bombers would manage to tie the game for a second time when Tristan Lemyre deflected a Cole Vardy shot from the blue line.


That is 18 points in the last 19 games for the red hot Lemyre who scored his 26th of the year.


With the game looking like it may be headed to OT,  Kyle Bosch blocked a shot and was able to convert a partial break away with Cole Vardy draped all over him and scored the winning goal with less than two minutes left  on the clock.


This is a huge win for Melfort,  who are now tied with Laronge with 59 points for fifth overall. The Wolves got blown out in Estevan last night.


The Mustangs continue to have the Bombers number this year and have beaten them in 4 of the 5 meetings.


Shawn Parkinson was good when he had to be and he didn't have to face a lot of second or third shots. He made 27 saves for the win. His counter part Jacob Delorme was solid in suffering the loss with 28 saves on 31 shots.


Specialty teams were huge with the Mustangs going 1 for 3 and convertiing on their 5 on 3 while the Bombers were 0 for 3 and couldn't score on their 5 on 3.


Flin Flon will have to shake off this two game losing streak and get ready for the top team in the league.


North Battleford makes their much awaited return to the Whitney Forum this weekend for the first time since last year's playoffs.


Battleford leads the season series 3-1 but the Bombers did blast them in the last meeting 10 to 1.


You can hear Saturday's game here on 102.9 CFAR and with the Great North GM Coach's Show at 7:10.

Senior Queens In Teulon

The Senior Hapnot Queens fresh off winning a tournament in Hamiota are back on the road this weekend in Teulon.


The Queens will battle Calvin Christian this Friday at 10:40 and if they win would play Saturday at 11:10.


The Championship final will go Saturday at 5:50.

Senior Kodiaks Off To Tisdale

The Creighton Kodiak Senior Girls are off to Tisdale for the Nessac League Championsip on Wednesday.


There will be teams competing from Tisdale, Hudson Bay, Carrot River and Creighton.


Creighton will plat their first game against Tisdale and if they win they will play for the Championship and if they lose they would play for third place.


The Kodiaks are ranked fourth heading in while Tisdale is ranked first.

Bombers Go 3-1 On The Road

It wasn't the way the Flin Flon Bombers wanted to wrap up their road trip on Saturday, dropping a 6 to 2 decision against the Estevan Bruins.


Saying that, they still played very well going 3 and 1 with a few injuries and battling the flu bug.


This was also the first time the Maroon and White went a combined 7-1 in the two southern road trips which is extremely difficult to do.


Caleb Franklin and Tristan Lemyre scored the Bomber goals with Jacob Delorme back between the pipes stopping 27 out of 32 shots in taking the loss.


Despite being tired and a little beat up, the Bombers still out shot the Bruins 40 to 33.


With the three road wins the past week, Flin Flon officially clinched a playoff spot and sit locked in  second overall at 33-11-5.


They will pretty much have to run the table,  if they want to catch the first place Battleford Stars who are 13 points ahead of them with the big head to head match up coming up this weekend. 


Flin Flon does have two games in hand and will travel to Melfort for a game this Wednesday before hosting the Stars in a pair of games, Friday and Saturday.


Once again, The Bombers dominated the weekly player awards. Cole Rafuse is the Player Of The Week after collecting 4 goals in 4 games.


Dane Hirst is the Defenseman Of The Week, thanks to 4 assists in 4 games and once again Tristan Lemyre is the Rookie Of The Week, for the third straight time.


Lemyre finished the week with 5 points, 3 goals and 2 assists and has been red hot with 17 points in his last 18 games and is starting to run away with the SJHL rookie scoring.


Lemyre leads Kyle Ford of Laronge by 10 points despite playing 11 fewer games.


102.9 CFAR and will be back on the air this week with the broadcast from Melfort on Wednesday and the big game against the Stars on Saturday.


We kick things off both nights with the Great North GM Coach's Show at 7:10.

Masters Curling Results


The Uptown Curling Club hosted the annual Masters Men's Bonspiel this past weekend with 8 teams taking part.


The Main Event for McMunn and Yates it was Dale Connelly beating Menno Giesbrecht in a very close game 6 to 5.



In the B-Event for Creighton Furniture, it was Don Holmes over Mike Kotz 8 to 6.


The Senior Mixed Bonspiel will take place this weekend.

Lee Brothers Win Gold In Calgary

Congratulations to Flin Flon's Hunter and Carson Lee who picked up Gold medals at the CanWest Championships in Calgary on Saturday in wrestling.


Hunter won Gold in the 90kg weight class for the second straight year and Carson won Gold in the 82kg in his CanWest debut.


Carson was also chosen the rookie of the year and the Lee brothers helped the U of S secure the wrestling team  banner.


The Lee brothers will now get ready for the Usport Wrestling Championships in two weeks.

Queens The Top Team In Hamiota

The Senior Hapnot Queens went down to Hamiota this past weekend and had another good showing as they continue to prepare for Zones at the end of the month.


Hapnot opened things up with a win over Major Pratt out of Russell, 72-26, then they beat Glenboro in the semi's  55 to 35.


That would put them in the final against Souris and the Kings would win a close game 51 to 48 and they would pick up another first place finish.

Kodiaks Win Tournament In Leroy

It was a great weekend for the Senior Creighton Kodiak Boys basketball team in Leroy.


The Kodiaks went undefeated and came home with the Gold Medal.


Creighton knocked off Waterhen 91 to 27, then beat Leroy 66 to 44 and a decisive 53 to 44 win over Riverview Moose Jaw to go undefeated and finish first.


The Senior Kodiak Girls dropped all three games in Wynyard to Caronport, Foam Lake and the host team from Wynyard,  but played better each game.


This was a good tune up for Regionals coming up this weekend. 


Congratulations to the Junior High Kodiaks for winning the tournament in the Pas.

Grey Cup Is Coming To Flin Flon

The Winnipeg Blue Bombers ended a 29 year drought when they knocked off the Hamilton Tiger Cats 33 to 12 to win the 107th Grey Cup back in November.


Now the Big Blue want to celebrate the victory with their great fans right across the province.


The Blue Bombers are on a Provincial Grey Cup tour and will be in Flin Flon and The Pas this Monday.


You will be able to get a picture and see the historic trophy this Monday afternoon between 3 and 6 at the Flin Flon Community Hall, with a few members of the Blue Bombers in attendance.


The Grey Cup was in Thompson on Wednesday, with members of the Blue Bombers attending schools as part of their anti- bullying campaign.

Busy Weekend For Kodiak Basketball Teams

It will be a busy weekend for a number of Creighton Kodiak basketball teams who are off to a number of tournaments starting today.


The Senior Boys  will be in Leroy. The boys will play their first game against Waterhen tonight at 6:30.


Playoffs start Saturday at 9 with the Championship final at 3:15.


The Senior Girls will be in Wynyard, and play their first game tonight against Caronport at 7.


They will also play two games on Saturday against Wynyard at 9:30 and Foam Lake at 12:30.




Hapnot Queens Are Off To Hamiota

Good luck to the Senior Hapnot Queens who will be travelling to Hamiota this weekend for the Varsity Girls Invitational Basketball tournament.


The Queens will play their first game on Friday against Major Pratt out of Russell at 3:30.


If they win they will play Saturday at 10:30, and if they lose they would play again Friday at 6:30.


The Championship Final will go Saturday at 4:30.

Wild Finish In Melville

It looked like the Melville Millionaires were about to pull off the major upset last night against the Flin Flon Bombers at the Horizon Credit Union Centre.


With just over 5 minutes remaining in regulation, Zach McIntire scored to put Melville up 3 to 2,  and the way that Berk Berkeliev was playing, it looked like that score might hold.


Good teams find ways to win games and the Bombers swarmed the Melville goal in the final couple minutes and got rewarded with three goals.


Alec Malo tied the game on a penalty shot, when the Mills pushed the net off  with the puck in the crease.


Flin Flon kept coming and Alec Malo, the current SJHL Player Of The Week scored again, this time the winning goal with just 31 seconds remaining in the game.


Zach Bannister would seel it with an empty netter against his former team right off the next face off.


Malo was the game's first star, potting two goals for his 20th and 21st of the season. He sits second in overall scoring with 82 points in 46 games.


With the win, the Bombers sit at 32-10-5 and inch a little closer to first place Battleford and trail the Stars by 11 points with two games in hand and the big showdown next weekend at the Whitney Forum.


Flin Flon will also sweep all 4 games against the Mills and picked up their 5th straight win and second on this road trip.


Jacob Delorme was back between the pipes and stopped 16 of 19 shots for his 21st win of the season.


Berk Berkeliev did everything he could in goal for Melville stopping 41 shots and almost beat the Bombers single handilly.


Flin Flon will get a day off today and resume the road trip in Notre Dame tomorrow and Estevan on Saturday.

Bombers Dominate Players Of The Week

The SJHL have announced their players of the week and the Flin Flon Bombers have taken three of the four weekly awards.


Congratulations to; Alec Malo for winning SJHL Player Of The Week after recording 9 points in three games including 4 goals in a 6 to 4 win over Laronge on Saturday. Malo is second in league scoring with 79 points in 44 games,  including a league best 60 assists.


Mason Martin is the SJHL Defenseman Of The Week for the second straight week and fired 9 points in three games and is having a career season with 42 points in 44 games and has an amazing 30 power play points.


Tristan Lemyre is once again Rookie Of The Week, for the third time this season as he potted 6 points in three games,  and is having an incredible second half with 30 points in his last 16 games. Lemyre also just accepted a scholorship with the University of Denver.


The Bombers kick off a 4 game in 5 night road trip tonight in Yorkton with a record of 30-10-5 and will be back in action at home next Friday and Saturday against Battleford.

Masters Bonspiel This Weekend

The Masters Men's bonspiel will take place this weekend at the Uptown Curling Club.


This is open to any men 60 or over.


There will be two events and it will be $25.00 per curler.


You will be guaranteed three games plus lunch and the first draw will be Saturday morning.


Sign up at the bulletin board at the curling rink and there will be a limit of 32 curlers.

Kings Finish Second

The Senior Hapnot Kings basketball team travelled down to Warren this past weekend and had another good showing going 2 and 1.


Hapnot beat Teaulon 93 to 51 and beat the host team from Warren 69 to 52.


The Kings then made it to the final losing to McGregor 79 to 73.


The Hapnot Queens are back on the road this weekend, heading to Hamiota.

Lethal Power Play Proves To Be Difference


It was the perfect ending to a successful home stand for the Flin Flon Bombers who knocked off a very good Laronge Ice Wolf club 6 to 4 at the Whitney Forum on Saturday night.


Following victories over Weyburn and Estevan earlier in the week, I thought the Bombers came out of the gate a bit sluggish on Saturday.


The Wolves struck first when Laronge's leading scorer Daylon Mannon broke in alone and tucked a puck under neath Jacob Delorme's left pad just 4 minutes into the game.


Flin Flon did get it into gear, taking advantage of a lot of odd man chances to due to some undiciplined penalties from the Wolves.


The league's best power play did not disappoint going 4 for 9 and was the difference in the game.


Alec Malo had the hot hand, potting 4 goals and now has 19 on the year with 3 of the 4 goals scored with the extra attacker.


Other Bomber goals came from Tristan Lemyre (22) and Billy Klymchuk (12). Klymchuk is really picking up his game offensively with 8 points in his last 5 games.


Jacob Delorme did his job once again making 32 saves on 36 shots and picked up his 20th win of the season, which is the second most in the league.


Laronge got a pair of goals from Daylon Mannon, Chad Mcilwain and Holden Knights.


Xavier Cannon took the loss,  but played well stopping 44 out of 50 and was under seige all night.


This was a very important win for Flin Flon who improve to 30-10-5 on the season and now lead Laronge by 10 points for the division lead with 3 games in hand.


The Bombers also got some more breathing room on Yorkton for second over all. Flin Flon leads the Terriers by by 9 points and have two games in hand.


Next up will be 4 games in 5 nights starting against Yorkton tomorrow, Melville Wednesday and Notre Dame Friday and Estevan on Saturday.


Our next broadcast of Bomber hockey will be from Melfort on Wednesday February the 12th.



Peds Threads Bombers Win Bronze

The Peds Threads Atom A Bombers were down in the Pas this past weekend for the annual Grub Box tournament.


It was a good weekend for Flin Flon who went 3-2 over the weekend and picked up a Bronze medal with a 7 to 4 win over the Pas Huskies yesterday afternoon.


Next up,  will be the Munn Cup in Thompson the middle of February.

Teagan Quinn Tournament Results


The Teagan Quinn Memorial Pee Wee Tournament wrapped up yesterday after a very entertaining weekend of hockey.


Over in the A bracket it was the Kinsmen A Bombers winning the tournament with an exciting 6 to 4 victory over Thompson.


Flin Flon goal scorers were: Reid Slugoski and Ryder Mucha with two a piece, Brodie Grant and Brayden Church.


Swan River took the Bronze, 3 to 2 over The Pas.


In the A1 bracket, The Pas squeezed out a 7 to 6 win over Eddies Family Foods Bombers to claim Bronze. Thompson took  Gold with a 7 to 1 win over Swan River.




2024-02 | 2024-01 | 2023-12 | 2023-11 | 2023-10 | 2023-09 | 2023-08 | 2023-07 | 2023-06 | 2023-05 | 2023-04 | 2023-03 | 2023-02 | 2023-01 | 2022-12 | 2022-11 | 2022-10 | 2022-09 | 2022-08 | 2022-07 | 2022-06 | 2022-05 | 2022-04 | 2022-03 | 2022-02 | 2022-01 | 2021-12 | 2021-11 | 2021-10 | 2021-09 | 2021-08 | 2021-07 | 2021-06 | 2021-05 | 2021-04 | 2021-03 | 2021-02 | 2021-01 | 2020-12 | 2020-11 | 2020-10 | 2020-09 | 2020-08 | 2020-07 | 2020-06 | 2020-05 | 2020-04 | 2020-03 | 2020-02 | 2020-01 | 2019-12 | 2019-11 | 2019-10 | 2019-09 | 2019-08 | 2019-07 | 2019-06 | 2019-05 | 2019-04 | 2019-03 | 2019-02 | 2019-01 | 2018-12 | 2018-11 | 2018-10 | 2018-09 | 2018-08 | 2018-07 | 2018-06 | 2018-05 | 2018-04 | 2018-03 | 2018-02 | 2018-01 | 2017-12 | 2017-11 | 2017-10 | 2017-09 | 2017-08 | 2017-07 | 2017-06 | 2017-05 | 2017-04 | 2017-03 | 2017-02 | 2017-01 | 2016-12 | 2016-11 | 2016-10 | 2016-09 | 2016-08 | 2016-07 | 2016-06 | 2016-05 | 2016-04 | 2016-03 | 2016-02 | 2016-01 | 2015-12 | 2015-11 | 2015-10 | 2015-09 | 2015-08 | 2015-07 | 2015-06 | 2015-05 | 2015-04 | 2015-03 | 2015-02 | 2015-01 | 2014-12 | 2014-11 | 2014-10 | 2014-09 | 2014-08 | 2014-07 | 2014-06 | 2014-05 | 2014-04 | 2014-03 | 2014-02 | 2014-01 | 2013-12 | 2013-11 | 2013-10 | 2013-09 | 2013-08 | 2013-07 | 2013-06 | 2013-05 | 2013-04 | 2013-03 | 2013-02

Frontline Sport & Leisure - U-Pick/Opinion Poll

It's Frontline Sport and Leisure's U-Pick Of The Day- Songs About Getting Older

Your Calendar


        1 2 3
4 5 6 7 8 9 10
11 12 13 14 15 16 17
18 19 20 21 22 23 24
25 26 27 28 29