Sports News Archives for 2022-10

Kodiaks Season Is Over

The Creighton Kodiaks saw their season come to an end this past weekend in the 6 Man Saskatchewan Football League.


The Kodiaks travelled to Wakaw to face the number one team in the province and ran out of gas losing 50 to 16.


Creighton did keep the score close early on touchdowns from Jaxon Smith and Carson Straile, but the experienced Wakaw team would eventually pull away.


The Kodiaks had to battle through some injuries and couldn't get back in the game in the second half.


Even though they did see their season come to an end,  it was still a very successful year that included another Ralph Pilz Trophy for winning their third straight Northern Saskatchewan Football  Title.


A big thanks to all the coach's, players,  volunteers, parents, and fans for being part of another great season.


Be listening for our final Creighton Kodiak Football with Head Coach Ryan Karakochuk later this week.


The Kodiaks will also  announce their awards banquet later this week. 



Queens Win Tournament In The Pas

A busy weekend for the Senior Hapnot Queens and Kings volleyball teams.


The Queens were in the Pas for the MBCI Invitational tournament.


Hapnot went undefeated and swept Fronteir out of Cranberry in the semi's before beating  Oscar Lathlin in the final  two sets to none.


This is the fourth tournament win of the season for the Queens who continue to be one of the top ranked teams in the province.


The Kings were in Morris and played very well finishing first in their pool.


Hapnot then went on to beat 10th ranked Immanuel Chistian in the semi's  25 to 18, 23-25 and 15 to 13.


The Kings would then face the Rosenort Redhawks in the final and battled hard losing 25 to 20 and 25 to 19.


Not bad for a second place finish.

Flin Flon Continues To Dominate At Home

The Flin Flon Bombers continue to impress and win games at the Whitney Forum after another weekend sweep of the Melville Millionaires.


The Maroon and White took both games by scores of 4 to 2 and 5 to 4.


The Bomber win streak reached 5 at home and they are now 8-0-1-1 at home for the season.


Flin Flon also had an incredible October which saw them go 8-2-1 and they are first in the Sherwood Division at 11-3-1-1,  and lead second place Laronge by 3 points with a game in hand.


The offense was once again very spread out with Jeremi Tremblay, Alexi Sylvestre, Liam Bridger, Brent Gulenchyn, Jaxon Martens and Cole Duperreault all finding the back of the net this weekend.


Both Bomber goalies got starts with Harmon Laser Hume making 18 saves on Friday for his 8th win of the season.


Kenny Marquart got the call on Saturday and played very well making 28 saves.


It was parents weekend and a big thanks to Rob Simon and the Bomber board for organizing a very special weekend,  with lots of activities and events for the Bomber parents to enjoy when they were in town.


Next up for the Bombers will be a big Sherwood Division tilt with the Melfort Mustangs. Flin Flon heads to the Northern Lights Palace for the first time on Wednesday and you can hear all the action on 102.9 CFAR and


We will be on the air with the Great North GM Coach's Show at 8:10 and drop of the puck at 8:30 Manitoba time.


This will be the second meeting of the year with the Bombers shutting out the Stangs in their home opener 2 to 0 back on September the 16th.

Bombers Tangle With The Mills

The Flin Flon Bombers will get back on the ice after a 6 day break and will face the Melville Millionaires in a pair of games at the Whitney Forum.


Flin Flon sits top spot in the Sherwood Division at 9-3-1-1 and have been very good at home with a record of  6-0-1-1.


Melville is one of the most improved teams from last year and come to town with a record of 6-8-1-1 and are second in the Viterra, 4 points behind Estevan.


The Mills also have 3 games in hand and are coming off a big win in Laronge on Wednesday winning 5 to 3.


The Bombers have beaten Melville twice already this season with a win in Melville back on October the 11th, 7 to 2. Flin Flon also beat them at the Showcase back on September the 27th 5 to 4 in OT.


Flin Flon seems to have found their groove offensively and are led by 20 year old forward's Cole Duperreault and Jaeden Mercier.


Duperreault and Mercier sit 7th overall in league scoring with 19 points in 14 games.


Flin Flon also has 7 players who have hit double digits in goals and the addition of Jacob Vockler has made the team even more dangerous.


Vockler has 8 points in 7 games since returning from the US and has helped the Bombers improve their powerplay.


Flin Flon is the top team in the league with the man advantage at 26.8 % and their PK isn't too shabby either, second overall at 86.2 %.


One of the reasons that Melville is vastly improved is that they are scoring more goals. They have scored 48 goals in 16 games and if they can get a little better defensively, should help them vault up the standings.


Melville has given up 57, which is fourth from the bottom.


Flin Flon looks to keep their impressive play going at the Whitney Forum where they haven't surrendered a single goal in their last three home games.


Don't forget to bring a non-perishable food item to donate to Northland Ford's We Scare Hunger campaign. Northland Ford will be collecting food  items  at both entrances tonight.


Tonight's game will be broadcast on Hockey TV, with the pre game show at 7:25. We are back on radio tomorrow with the call on 102.9 CFAR and


We kick it all off with the Great North GM Coach's Show at 7:10.

Off To Wakaw

The Creighton Kodiaks managed to get the snow cleared off their field and had a good week of practise in preparation for their playoff game in Wakaw Saturday.


The Kodiaks are healthy and riding a high after a 42 to 36 win against Cumberland House to capture their third straight Northern Saskatchewan Football title last weekend.


Creighton will be the under-dog as Wakaw is the number one team in the province and are undefeated this season.


Head Coach Ryan Karakochuk relishes the underdog role " It is exciting and we are going to go there and show them what a Northern team is. There Conference was weak this year and I talked to their coach and he said they had no one to play this year. We have seen the film on who they played and we are going to be ready as we possibly can be. We have the players to get the job done. I fell very confident that we will score points and if we make some plays on defense, you just never know what can happen."


The weather is supposed to be very good and kickoff is 1pm Sask time on Saturday.


Lots of parents and spectattors are expected to make the trip to Wakaw this weekend.

U-11 Bombers Kick Off Season

The U-11 Ped's Threads Bombers will face off against the Pas Huskies in a exhibition game this weekend.


The game will be played this Sunday at 2:30 at the Whitney Forum.


This will be a tune up game for the Ped's Threads Bombers who head to Nipawin for their first tournament of the year at the end of November.


FFMH is also  accepting applications for anyone interested in coaching the  U-9 Northland Ford Bombers. The deadline is November the 2nd. You can get a application forum on the FFMH website.

Creighton Hosting Volleyball Tournament

Creighton will be hosting a volleyball tournament this weekend with teams taking part from Creighton, Flin Flon, The Pas , Laronge and Nipawin.


Games will start on Friday with Creighton playing Laronge at 3, followed by Flin Flon playing The Pas.


The final will be played Saturday at 6.


Here is the complete schedule:


3:00-4:00         Creighton vs La Ronge 

4:00-5:00         Flin Flon B vs The Pas 

5:00-6:00         Flin Flon A vs La Ronge 

6:00-7:00         Creighton vs The Pas 

7:00-8:00         Nipawin vs Flin Flon B

8:00-9:00         Nipawin vs Flin Flon A 





9:00-10:00       Nipawin vs La Ronge 

10:00-11:00     Creighton vs Flin Flon B

11:00-12:00     The Pas vs Nipawin 

12:00-1:00       Flin Flon A vs Creighton 

1:00-2:00         La Ronge vs Flin Flon B

2:00-3:00         the Pas vs Flin Flon A

3:00-4:00         Creighton vs Nipawin 

4:00-5:00         The Pas vs La Ronge 

5:00-6:00         Flin Flon B vs Flin Flon A 

6:00-7:00         1st vs 2nd Final 

Vockler Is Off To Merrimack College

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Bombers forward Jacob Vockler has announced his commitment to Merrimack College (NCAA Division I).


The product of Sioux Falls, South Dakota suited up in 52 regular season games last year and produced 14 goals and 24 assists while also chipping in with 12 points (6G, 6A) in 18 playoff games. In 5 games at the Centennial Cup national championship in Estevan, Vockler led the Bombers with 4 goals.


In 7 games this season, Vockler currently has 3 goals and 5 assists.


“We are very happy for Jacob. Merrimack is getting a very good player that is a game breaker. Vocks is a great skater with a high skill set and has the ability to elevate his game in big moments.” – Bombers Head Coach & General Manager, Mike Reagan


The Merrimack Warriors compete in the Hockey East Conference and are located in North Andover, Massachusetts

Selects Knock Off Juniors

The PBCN Selects are the first team to beat the defending Keystone Junior B Champs out of Peguis after a hard fought 4 to 3 win yesterday afternoon.


The Selects rebounded after a 7 to 1 loss on Saturday.


Koby Connelly scored the winning goal just after the 14 minute mark of the third period and Braxton Constant Kuba held the fort the rest of the way.


Kuba was lights out and made 46 saves as his team was heavilly out shot 49 to 21.


Other goals came from Dwayne McKenzie who picked up a pair and Nik Bear who scored his team leading 17th of the year.


The Selects record improves to 4-4-0-1 and are just 3 points out of first place overall.


PBCN heads back to Peguis for a pair of games this weekend.

Champions Again

The Creighton Kodiaks travelled to Cumberland House earlier today and dug deep to win another Ralph Pilz Trophy with a 42 to 36 win over the Islanders. 


The Kodiaks were looking to avenge a loss to Cumberland a few weeks back for their only loss of the year.


Cumberland had a deep veteran group and were the favorites heading into the Championship game this afternoon.


Creighton would not be denied,  and put together a masterpiece in all aspects of the game and won the turn- over battle 4 to 2.


Peyton Pelletier intercepted Cumberland on the final play of the game to seel the win. A  big celebration  followed from the Kodiaks and their allegiance of fans who made the trip to support their team for the biggest win of the season.


Carson Straile was a beast and once again led his team offensively with a 4 touchdown performance. His biggest catch was a 50 yarder with only a minute left in the game.


Markus Kennedy and Aidan Joa Hall had the other touchdowns.


Creighton is once again the Northern Saskatchewan Champions for the third straight year , and will have momentum as they travel to Wakaw next Saturday for Provincial play.


Congratulations to the coach's , players, volunteers and the entire school for a gutsy win. The Kodiaks dedicated the victory today to their special team-mate Caleb Janzen.


Listen in Tuesday to the next Norman Sportsline Program,  as Head Coach Ryan Karokochuk and players from the Championship team will be our special guests in studio at 3:30.

Bombers Shut Out Hounds

It was a goaltending dual of epic proportions last night at the Whitney Forum.


Both the Bombers Harmon Laser Hume and the Hounds Tucker Inabinet put on a clinic with what seemed like several highlight reel saves both ways.


In the end,  the Bombers did sneak a couple pucks past Inabinet in pulling out the 2 to 0 victory.


The game remained scoreless til the 2:48 mark of the third period when Jeremi Tremblay jumped on a rebound and picked up his 6th of the year on the powerplay.


That would stand up as the game winner,  but Bomber Captain Lucas Fry scored a big insurance goal late when he fooled Inabinet with a shot from just inside the blue line.


This was Fry's first of the season.


Flin Flon out shot Notre Dame 39 to 35 and gained some revenge from a 4 to 1 setback against the Hounds last Saturday.


Harmon Laser Hume picked up his league leading third shutout of the year and continues to impress with a save % of .933.


The Bombers also  snapped Notre Dame's three game winning streak.


With the win, Flin Flon improves to 9-3-1-1 and sit first in the Sherwood Division with 20 points. The Hounds fall to 5-7-0-1 and remain third in the Global Ag Risk Solution Division.


The Bombers will get a 6 day break and return to action next weekend when one of the most improved teams from last season comes to the Whitney Forum.


The Melville Millionaires pay their first visit up North,  and the Bombers have already beaten the Mills twice this year including a 7 to 2 win in Melville back on October the 11th.


We will broadcast Saturday's game right here on 102.9 CFAR and including the Great North GM Coach's Show at 7:10.

Kodiaks Look To Defend Their Title

The Creighton Kodiak 6 Man Football Team are preparing for their biggest game of the season , as they head to Cumberland House tomorrow for the Northern Saskatchewan Football Championship.


Creighton will be looking for their third straight Ralph Pilz Trophy and this is the fourth straight time they will meet Cumberland in the final.


Cumberland is a very strong team that has gone undefeated so far this season and did beat the Kodiaks a few weeks back by a score of 66 to 40.


Head Coach Ryan Karokochuk says he feels they will be better prepared this time. " We are feeling good, we practised very hard this week and we broke down their tape to the best we possibly could. The last game bothered us not going up there as  prepared as we needed to be. We are going in there fully healthy, so we should have a good shot and we are ready to go."


No matter what happens tomorrow, both these teams will play at least one more game as they will move into Provincials the following weekend.


The Kodiaks will play the winner of Wakaw  and Birch Hills and Cumberland will play the winner of Carrot River and ST. Brieux.


Kickoff in Cumberland tomorrow is 1 pm Sask time.



Queens Host Oscar Lathlin

The JV Queens and JV B Queens will both be in action this afternoon at Hapnot Collegiate in a pair of volleyball games.


Oscar Lathlin Collegiate will be in town for  two games at 3:30 and 4:30.


Everybody is encouraged to bring a non- perishable food item to donate to the Northland Ford's We Scare Hunger Campaign, for the Lord's Bounty Food Bank.


They are hoping for a large crowd to come and cheer the athletes on this afternoon.

Mercier Is Off To Lindenwood University

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The Flin Flon Bombers, proud members of the Saskatchewan Junior Hockey League (SJHL), are pleased to announce that forward Jaeden Mercier has committed to play NCAA Division I hockey for the Lindenwood University Lions.


The product of Saskatoon, Saskatchewan currently has 18 points (4 G, 14 A) in 13 games this season, which is tied for second overall in SJHL scoring.


Mercier had a breakout season last year putting up 44 points (18 G, 26 A) in 39 regular season games while also posting 7 goals and 7 assists during the 2022 SJHL playoffs. Jaeden’s 6 points (2 G, 4 A) in 5 games at the Centennial Cup was a team high.


“We are very proud and excited for Jaeden. He’s worked hard to become a more complete player over his four years as a Bomber. Jaeden is one of the most offensively gifted players that I’ve coached. Jaeden’s puck skills, creativity and ability to make players miss is fun to watch.” – Bombers Head Coach & General Manager, Mike Reagan


Located in St. Charles, Missouri, Lindenwood University’s Men’s hockey program is currently competing in it’s inaugural season at the NCAA Division I level. The program had won four national championships at the ACHA Division I level prior to it’s promotion to varsity status.


Former Bombers forward Drew Kuzma is currently in his first season at Lindenwood.

7 Locals Make Norman Wild

The Norman   Female  Wild will be competing in the Bantam Triple A League once again  this season and will have a strong contingent from Flin Flon.


7 local girls have made the squad including Hailey Biberdorf, Samantha Dallas, Emma Long, Ellis Pearson, Mila Playford, Bailey Schwartz and Joslyn Tetlock.


The team is coached by Andre Murphy from the Pas and will be playing a pair of games in Flin Flon this weekend.


The Wild will host Westman this Saturday at 7:30 and again Sunday at 11 at the Whitney Forum.


Don't forget that Saturday's game  any FFMH girls who sign up for the Esso Fun Day will be able to attend the game for free.

Lee Off To World Championships

Good luck to Flin Flon's Hunter Lee who is off to Pontevedra Spain for the U-23 World Wrestling  Championships this week.


Canada's roster will feature 19 athletes in the Women's and Men's Freestyle events.


Wrestling Canada is very excited about their roster and feel they will be very competitive against the rest of the world.


Hunter also has  lots of experience on the International stage including a Bronze at the Junior World's in 2019.


Lee will be competing in the 86 kg event and will have his opening bout on Saturday.

Von Sprecken Named Top Defenseman

The SJHL has announced their top performers from the past week and a Bomber has been recognized for his fine play.


Congratulations to one of the Bomber new additions in Alex Von Sprecken who was chosen the SJHL Top Defenseman.


Von Sprecken picked up 4 points on the latest Bomber road trip including a goal against his former club in Estevan.


So far this season Von Sprecken has 3 goals and 6 assists in 12 games played.

Esso Fun Day

Any girls who are registered in FFMH, there is going to be a Esso Fun Day this Saturday at the Whitney Forum.


There will be a ice session at 5:30 followed by supper at 6:30.


Then all the girls will be able to attend the Norman Wild Triple A Girls game against Westman starting at 7:30 free of charge.


The Wild will also play Westman on Sunday starting at 11.


This will also be one of the first home games for this group who have had to play the majority of their games in Winnipeg the last couple of years.


This will be a great weekend for the girls to come out and bond and see what hockey has to offer our female  players here in Flin Flon.



Selects Take 3 Out Of 4 Points

The PBCN Selects played their first two regular season games in franchise history this past weekend at the Whitney Forum.


It was a great weekend of crowds, dignitaries and excitement.


The Selects grabbed 3 out of 4 points including a 9 to 5 win on Saturday.


Leon Natomagen and Flin Flon's Freddie Ledoux led the way with a pair of goals each.


Sunday the Northstars pulled the upset 7 to 6 in OT for their first win of the season.


Jay Peeaychew scored the OT winner 3:32 into extra time.


Nik Bear and Dwayne Mckenzie each had a pair of goals in a losing cause.


After the weekend, the Selects record sits at 3-3-0-1 and will travel to Peguis to play the unbeaten Juniors for a pair of games this up coming weekend.

Bombers Go 2-2 On The Road

The Flin Flon Bombers managed to go 2-2 on a tough Southern road swing,  which concluded with a 4 to 1 loss Saturday in Wilcox.


The Notre Dame Hounds jumped on the Bombers for 2 goals in the first period courtesy of Carson Baylis and Jaryd Sych.


Sych and Baylis would also score later in the game and made the deficit 4 to 0 and the Bombers couldn't recover.


Flin Flon's lone goal came from Liam Bridger who added his second on the powerplay early in the third.


Tucker Inabionet shut the door the rest of the way and made 31 saves.


Bomber rookie, Kenneth Marquart started his third game of the season and suffered his first loss allowing 4 goals on 46 shots.


After the road trip, the Bombers are still in good shape with a record of  8-3-1-1 and still sit first in the Sherwood with 18 points.


Notre Dame will improve to 4-6-0-1 and sit third in the Global Ag Risk  Solution Division.


The Bombers will now get a few days to recuperate after the weekend,  and don't play again til this Friday when Notre Dame will make the trip up North.


Puck drop will be at 7:30 and we will have the broadcast here on 102.9 CFAR and Tune in at 7:10 for the Great North GM Coach's Show.



Queens Win Bronze

Congratulations to the Senior Hapnot Queens who wrapped up the soccer season in style the past weekend.


The Queens were in Birtle for Soccer Provincials and were able to cap off a very successful year..


Hapnot won their first game blanking Minnedosa 3 to 0 and then had to go up against the number one team in the province  Altona.


They played their hearts out and lost 2 to 1. Shanti Church scored all 4 goals for the Queens in the two round robin  games.


The Queens would then face Neepawa for the Bronze Medal and they ended up winning 4 to 2 in penalty kicks. They finish third in the province with just the one loss all year.


Shanty Church and Gianna Watt were also named to the All Star teams.


It was also a good weekend for the Hapnot JV Volleyball team who beat Creighton 2 sets to none to win the MBCI Invitational tournament in The Pas.

Kodiaks Wrap Up Regular Season With Convincing Win

The Creighton Kodiaks wrapped up the Northern Saskatchewan Football regular season yesterday at the Creighton Field.


The Kodiaks were trying to shake off a loss against Cumberland House the week before.


It was business as usual as the Kodiaks cruised to the 42 to 1 victory over Ahtahkakoop.


Carson Straile and Aidan Joa Hall once again led the way offensively with a pair of touchdowns each.


Marcus Kennedy and Jordan Donaghy scored the other td's.


Gracie Dubinak converted three converts on a very windy day.


The Kodiaks finish the regular season at 5-1 and now can look forward to the playoffs.


The first big game will be a re-match with Cumberland House this Saturday.


This will be the Northern Saskatchewan Final which will decide the Ralph Pilz Trophy. Cumberland is big and are good both offensively and defensively as the Kodiaks found out a couple weeks back.


Creighton will be looking to pull the upset and pick up their fourth straight Northern title.


The following week they move into the Provincial bracket and the Kodiaks will be travelling to Wakaw who are the top team in the province.

Selects Drop 6 to 4 Decision

The PBCN Selects travelled to OCN to face the Storm in Junior B action last night.


It was a good effort but the Selects came up a bit short losing 6 to 4.


Nik Bear continues his torrid season as he led the Selects with 2 goals and 1 assist for a 3 point night.


Dwayne McKenzie and Flin Flon's Freddie Ledoux also scored.


Braxton Constant Kuba stopped 24 out of 30 shots against his former team.


The Selects fall to 2 and 3 on the season while the Storm improve to 4-1.


Next up for PBCN will be there much awaited home opener this Saturday. The Norway House Northstars come to town for a pair of games.


The Northstars are 0-5 and will be looking for their first win of the season.


Game times are 7:30 and 1:30 this Saturday and Sunday at the Whitney Forum.

Kodiaks Will Play Their Final Home Game

It will be your last chance to watch the Creighton Kodiaks at home this season as they get set to take on winless Ahtahkakoop.


The Kodiaks will also be looking to respond after a tough loss last week in Cumberland House.


Head Coach Ryan Karokochuk says this is what he is looking for in their final home game. " To be better than last week and what I mean is doing the little things we didn't do last week. We need to get in preparation for the big games ahead. We know this game shouldn't be that challenging but what I'm looking for is responding to what we did in practise this week. I also want to give everyone on our team a chance to play in the last home game of the year."


Don't forget to bring a donation for the food bank today as the Kodiaks are partnering up with Northland Ford with their We Scare Hunger Campaign.


Kickoff at the Creighton Field is 3:30.

Bombers Fall In Estevan

Plenty  of offense last night at Affinity Place as the Bombers made their way back to Estevan to take on the Bruins for the first time since last year's league final.


Flin Flon found themselves on the wrong end of a 8 to 6 score.


The two teams were tied at 2 after one, then the Bruins took charge in the second scoring four times to take a 6 to 4 lead.


Flin Flon did fight back to tie it up in the third,  but Mitch Kohner scored the winner around the 12 minute mark of the third  before Cody Davis added an empty netter.


Alex Von Sprecken made his first visit to Affinity Place and scored his first as a Bomber late in the opening period. Von Sprecken was traded to the Bombers just last week in a trade that sent shock waves around the league.


The other Bomber goals came from Cole Duperreault who picked up a pair and now leads the team with 9.


Jacob Vockler , Jeremi Tremblay and Matt Egan also found the back of the net.


Kade Runke hat the hot hand for the Bruins as he picked up the hat-trick and now has 8 on the season.


Estevan was able to get to Harmon Laser Hume and beat him 7 times on 38 shots while the Bombers scored 6 times on 40 shots on Cam Hrdlicka.


Flin Flon will fall to 1-1 on the road trip and to 7-2-1-1 on the season. Estevan moves to 7-6 and have won 6 in a row and continue to lead the Viterra Division.


The Bombers will get the day off and the trip will resume in Weyburn on Friday.


Puck drop will be 8pm, Manitoba time.

Queens Getting Ready To Head To Birtle

The Hapnot Senior Queens Soccer team who won the Zone title a few weeks back on home soil,  are getting ready to head South for Provincials which will start this Friday.


The Queens are ranked fourth in the entire province and have not lost a game all season and didn't give up a single goal hosting Zone's a few weeks back.


The Provincial Championships are being hosted by Birtle and the Queens will play their first game this Friday when they take on Minnedosa at 10:45 who are ranked 5th.


If the Queens win their first game they will play the winner of Birtle and Western Chistian College at 1.


102.9 CFAR and will have details through out the weekend.



Kicking Off The Road Trip In Style

The Flin Flon Bombers kicked off their first southern road trip in style last night with a convincing win in Melville.


New comer Wyatt Cook scored  just 6:52 into the opening period and the Bombers never looked back picking up an impressive 7 to 2 victory.


Jaeden Mercier and Jeremi Trembley both led the offensive attack with 3 points each including a pair of goals.


Matt Egan and Jacob Vockler both pitched in for their first goals of the season.


Harmon Laser Hume was good again picking up his 5th win of the season in stopping 20 shots.


In 8 starts so far this season Laser Hume is 5-1 with a 1.60 GAA and a SV % of .946.


Tucker Buhay and Zach  Cain scored the Melville goals.


The Bombers chased strarter Kelton Pyne after scoring 6 goals on 22 shots. Clement Labillois came in relief and gave up 1 goal on 8 shots.


The Bombers have won 6 of their last 7 games and remain first in the Sherwood at 7-1-1-1 with 16 points.


This was a big win because both Nipawin and Laronge won last night to keep pace as the Hawks are 4 points behind and the Wolves are 5.


Next up will be the rematch of this last Spring's SJHL final as the Bombers make their much awaited return to Affinity Place in Estevan.


Puck drop is at 8:30 MB time and after a slow start the Bruins have won 5 in a row and are first in the Viterra Division at 6-6.



Bombers Move McLeod

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With the addition of Wyatt Cook (03), the Bombers have sent forward Carter McLeod (04) to the MJHL’s Neepawa Titans in exchange for a player development fee.


McLeod went pointless in 3 games this season with the Bombers.


The Bombers roster now stands at 15 forwards, 9 defencemen and 2 goaltenders.


Wyatt Cook will be making his Bombers debut tonight in Melville.

Selects Win Big

It was a very good weekend for the PBCN Selects who picked up a couple of convincing wins in Cross Lake.


The Selects won 16 to 3 on Saturday with 6 of the goals coming in from Nik Bear.


Local product Freddy Ledoux chipped in with a pair.


Their was no shortage of offense on Sunday either as the Selects won another decisive game 14 to 4.


Leon Natomagen held the hot hand in this game picking up 5 goals.


PBCN will even their record at 2-2 and will head to OCN to battle the Storm this Thursday before playing their first home game on Saturday.


The Selects will host the Norway House Northstars in a pair of games this weekend including the home opener on Saturday night at 7:30 and the rematch Sunday afternoon at 1:30.


Both games will be played at the Whitney Forum.


It's A Sweep

It was a very impressive weekend for the Flin Flon Bombers who posted back to back shutouts over the Kindersley Klippers.


The Bombers took both Friday's and Saturday's games by scores of 4 to 0.


On Friday, Harmon Laser Hume stopped all 30 shots he faced for his second shutout of the year. Saturday, the rookie Kenneth Marquart got just his second start of the year and made 20 saves for his first ever SJHL shutout.


It was a good weekend for Jaeden Mercier who finally found the back of the net for his first two goals of the season. Jaxon Martens also scored a pair and local product Joey Lies was able to score his first ever SJ goal on Saturday.


Lies picked up a puck in the corner and fired it on Klipper netminder Logan Falk beating him high blocker side.  


Falk was the real only bright spot for Kindersley who were out played badly in both weekend contests.


Flin Flon fired 106 shots at the Klipper net in the two games and only gave up 50. Falk looks like the real deal and if Kindersley can get him some help he should have a bright career.


After the weekend the Bombers will improve to 6-1--1-1 and continue to lead the Sherwood Division with 14 points. That is 4 more than Nipawin and Melfort, and Flin Flon has two games in hand.


The Bombers also announced another trade after Saturday's game. The team has acquired Wyatt Cook from the Bonnyville Pontiaks of the AJHL for a player development fee. Cook has 1 assist in 4 games for the Pontiaks this season.


Next up for the Maroon and White will be a challenging 4 game in 5 night road trip starting tomorrow in Melville.


The Bombers will also hit Estevan on Wednesday, Weyburn on Friday and wrapping up in Notre Dame on Saturday.

Wiens Gets Special Nomination

Congratulations to Flin Flon's Josie Wiens who has been nominated by Judo Saskatchewan for the U-14 Female Athlete Of The Year.


Josie is coming off a very stong year in which she won a Bronze Medal at the Edmonton International Judo Tournament , which is the largest judo tournament in the world.


This is exciting news because it was her first tournament in over a year due to Covid conditions.


Josie is looking forward to a full judo season which will include a trip to the Saskatchewan Summer Games, The Saskatchewan Open, and the Edmonton International.


If all go's well a chance at the National Championship.


Josie is working very hard training three nights a week at the Flin Flon Judo Club.

Bombers Trade Kohle

The Flin Flon Bombers continue to make moves to bolster their roster with another move announced by the hockey club earlier this afternoon.


With the addidtion of Alex Von Sprecken, who was acquired by Estevan on Tuesday, the Bombers had one to many 20 year olds.


Kayden Kohle is the odd man out and was dealt to the Portage Terriers of the MJHL for a PDF and a player to be named later.


Kohle spent three years in the WHL with the Tri City Americans and Vancouver Giants appearing in way over 100 games and accumalated 16 points including 5 goals.


In 7 games with the Bombers Kohle had 1 assist.


Head Coach and GM, Mike Reagan says he expects to complete another deal later today as the Bombers play host to the Kindersley Klippers this weekend

Kodiaks Lose First Game Of The Season

It was a tough afternoon yesterday for the Creighton Kodiaks who lost for the first time this season in the Northern Saskatchewan Football League.


It was also their most lopsided loss in franchise history losing 66 to 40 in Cumberland House.


The Islanders jumped out to a quick 14 to 0 lead in the first quarter and never looked back.


Creighton did manage to tie the game at 34 in the third quarter, but Cumberland's offense was too much on this day and they had a strong fourth quarter and pulled away.


Carson Straile and Aidan Joa Hall made some big plays on offense,  but Cumberland were not going to be denied in this game and improve to 4-0.


The Kodiaks fall to 4-1 and will play their final regular season home game next Thursday against Ahtahkakoop, 3:30 at the Creighton Field.



Vockler Is Back

Fresh off the big trade with the Estevan Bruins yesterday when the Bombers landed Alex Von Sprecken, the Maroon and White made another big announcement today.


Forward Jacob Vockler has rejoined the Bombers after giving the North American league a try.


Vockler was one of the Bombers most gifted offensive  players last season where he put up  38 points in 52 regular season games.


Jacob was fantastik in the playoffs contributing 12 points in 18 games and added 4 goals in 5 games at the Centennial Cup.


Vockler says he is very much looking forward to his return to the Bombers.  " It feels good to be back in Flin Flon. Got a warm welcome from the boys and I am excited to be here. We have some unfinished business and look forward to being back in the same situation with a chance to win it all."


Vockler makes his return this Friday when the Kindersley Klippers come to town.

Kodiaks Travel To Cumberland House

The Creighton Kodiaks will head off to play Cumberland House today in their stiffest test of the season.


Creighton is 4-0 after knocking off Pinehouse 54 to 20 last Wednesday. Cumberland House is also undefeated on the season and sit at 3-0.


Both teams are very similar with high octave offenses and neither team has really been challenged this season.


This will be a very good test for the Kodiaks this afternoon as Cumberland has a large veteran group with many grade 12’s and are also a big physical team.


Kickoff is 3:30 MB time.


Creighton will close out the regular season next week VS  Ahtahkakoop on Wednesday October the 12th.  Playoffs will start on October the 19th.

FFMH Skill Development Opportunity

Flin Flon Minor Hockey will be hosting a skill opportunity for any kids between 9 and 15 next weekend October the 15th and 16th at the Whitney Forum.


David Anaka is coming back to the area to help develop the players. This is a great experience for all players and FFMH encourages all players to sign up.


David comes in with some great credentials including playing both AA and Triple A hockey, 5 years of senior hockey and has worked as a power skating and skills coach for Canadian Ice Sports.


Some of the skills that David will be focussing in on include : Stride Development, Edge Control, Agility Training, Puck Protection and Movement and Game Play Strategy and Skills.


You must pre-register on the website to take part and is a first come first serve basis with 20 kids per group. There will be 4 groups with 2 ice sessions per day.


They have reduced the cost to $20.00 per player and anyone who paid $50.00 will receive a $30.00 refund on their credit card.


For more information you can e-mail

Bombers Land Von Sprecken

The Flin Flon Bombers have made a major upgrade to their team today.


The Maroon and White have landed 20 year old defenseman Alex Von Sprecken from the defending SJHL  champion Estevan Bruins for a PDF.


Von Sprecken was a key piece in the Bruins run to the league title when they beat the Bombers in an exciting 7 game series to claim their first title in over 20 years.


He scored the tieing goal in game 5 with less than 4 seconds remaining in regulation which allowed the Bruins to come back and win the  game in OT.


This was the biggest goal of his career and one of the biggest in the Bruins run to the cup.


Head Coach and GM of the Flin Flon Bombers, Mike Reagan had this to say after his team landed Von Sprecken. " We are extremely excited about it and when a player like that becomes available,  it is very tough not to take a run at him. I talked to Alex after we made the deal and he is very excited to be a Bomber. He has lots of  experience playing here in the Whitney Forum against us,  so he knows what to expect. He thinks it is a great fit and so do we."


Von Sprecken will arrive in Flin Flon tonight and will practise with his new team-mates tomorrow,  before dressing for his first game as a Bomber against Kindersley on Friday.

Richmond Named Defenseman Of The Week

Flin Flon Bomber defenseman Reese Richmond has been recognized by the SJHL for his fine play to start the season.


Richmond was named the SJHL Defenseman Of The Week after picking up 4 points in 4 games including 1 goal and 3 assists.


Richmond has been steller on the blue line for the Bombers so far this year and is one of the resons the team is off to a 4-1-1-1 start.


The 20 year old  from Forrest Manitoba has 36 points in 61 career games.


The Phantom Lake Golf Club will be holding their AGM on Wednesday October the 12th at the Clubhouse starting at 7.


The agenda will include a report from the Club Pro, Greens Superintendant, President  plus a financial review of the year.


There will also be an opportunity to ask questions and elections will take place  for Board Of Director positions.


For more information call 306-688-5555 or 306-688-0111.

Selects Drop First Two Games In Thompson

The PBCN Selects played their first two ever regular season  games this past weekend in the Keystone Junior B Hockey League.


The Selects travelled up to Thompson to battle the Nelson House Flames who are regarded as one of the top teams in the league.


PBCN had a good showing in both games losing the first game 5 to 2 on Saturday. Team Captain Tyler Bird scored the first goal ever in franchise history , with the other marker coming from Leon  Natomagen.


On Sunday,  the Selects actually led 4 to 3 late in the third, but a late penalty cost them and the Flames tied the game and eventually rallied for the 5 to 4 win.


Flames goalie Braedin Melsted was the difference as PBCN heavilly out shot them yesterday afternoon.


The Select goals came from Kik Bear who had 2, Leon Natamogan and Dwayne McKenzie.


PBCN is back on the road this weekend, making their way to Cross Lake before hosting Norway House in the home opener on October the 15th at the Whitney Forum.

Broncos 2 Bombers 1

The Flin Flon Bombers were less than 3 minutes away from upsetting the Humboldt Broncos last night at the Whitney Forum.


Humboldt who  hasn't lost a single game this year managed to finally get a puck past Laser Hume,  when Ethan Zielke snuck a shot through lots of traffic in front of the Bomber  net.


The Bronco's took advantage of a late powerplay and also pulled the goalie to go 6 on 4.


Humboldt carried the momentum into the extra period and scored at the 3:12 mark when Xavier Roy converted a nice pass from Noah Barlage.


The Bronco's now sit with a perfect record of 8-0 and are first overall in the SJHL.


Flin Flon's lone goal was scored by Jeremi Tremblay who picked up his third of the season midway through the second.


Final shots were 43 to 31 in favour of Humboldt.


The Bombers were trying for their fourth straight win after a hard fought 4 to 3 win over Nipawin the night before.


After last night, the Bombers record is  4-1-1-1 and are first in the Sherwood Division , two points up on Melfort and 3 up on Laronge and Nipawin.


Flin Flon will now have 4 days off before preparing for the Kindersley Klippers who make their way to the Whitney Forum for a pair of games this weekend.


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





Queens Are Provincial Bound

Congratulations to the Senior Hapnot Queens who picked up the Zone Soccer banner this past weekend on home soil.


The Queens had a very impressive weekend that saw them go undefeated and they  didn't give up a single goal in three games, including a 7 to 0 win over RD Parker out of Thompson in the final.


Hapnot will now travel to Birtle for Provincials on October the 14th and 15th.


The Senior Kings also had a good weekend with wins over Cranberry and Norway House before losing a tough 2 to 1 game against Moose Lake in the final.


It was a great weekend of weather for soccer and a big thanks to all the coach's and volunteers.


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