Sports News Archives for 2023-09

Zone Champions Again


Hapnot Collegiate continues to dominate soccer in Northern Manitoba and both the Kings and Queens were able to defend their Zone titles.


Both Hapnot squads came into the weekend as the top ranked teams  and neither disappointed with dominant performances.


The Kings reeled off wins over Cranberry, Coss Lake and Norway House in the round robin out scoring the opposition 23 to 0.


They would meet a good Moose Lake team in the final and won a nail biter 1 to 0.


The Queens beat The Pas, Cross Lake and Norway House by a combined score of 15 to 0.


The Queens also played Moose Lake in the final and won 3 to 0.


Pretty impressive as both the Hapnot squads didn't allow a single goal in the tournament.


Next up will be Provincials coming up in Dauphin the weekend of October the 12th to the 14th.

Home And Home With Laronge

The Flin Flon Bombers and Laronge Ice Wolves will rekindle their rivalry with a home and home this weekend.


The Wolves make their way to the Whitney Forum tonight after opening the season with a loss to Melfort and a 3 to 2 shoot out win over Nipawin.


Flin Flon beat the Hawks on opening night and followed that up with a OT loss to the Mustangs in their home opener on Sayurday.


Tonight the Bombers will have a boost with the recent addition of Ashton Paul, who they picked up from the Blizzard earlier this week. Paul has been practising with the team all week and will make his Bombers debut tonight.


These Sherwood Division matchup's are especially important as you only play teams in your division 6 times, so you really have to take advantage of the points when you can get them.


Flin Flon took the season series 4-1-1 last year but points are always tough to come by and the Wolves have played quite well in Flin Flon through out the years. The Wolves are 5-8 in Flin Flon in the last 13 meetings.


Laronge is led offensively by Mason Bueckert, Dylan Handel, William Forsberg and Jacob Cossette who have combined for 10 points in the first two games.


A healthy Parker Layton on the back end should help too.


The top Flin Flon guns have had a slow start to the season and the top line of Jacob Vockler, Justin Lies and Alexi Sylvestre have not been able to muster a single point in the first two games. The addidtion of Ashton Paul should help a lot especially with the powerplay which is 0 for 13 to start the season.


The Wolves powerplay is slightly better at 2 for 13.


No broadcast of tonight's game on radio but we head to Laronge tomorrow for the re-match which is Truith and Reconcilliation Day.


Join us for the Great Norh GM Coach's Show at 8:10, MB time followed by puck drop at 8:30.


The Bombers will be wearing special orange jerseys to commemorate Truith and Reconciliation Day for their game tonight.

Flin Flon Rookie Gets Rewarded For Fine Play

The SJHL have announced their first installment of the Players Of The Week from the opening weekend and one happens to be a Bomber.


Congratulations to 18 year old Trevor Stenglein from Northville Michigan who had an opening weekend to remember.


He scored a pair of goals in a 5 to 3 win over the Nipawin Hawks on Friday and scored the Bomber's only goal in a OT loss to Melfort on Saturday.


Stenglein and the Bombers will play a home and home with the Laronge Ice Wolves this weekend. Saturday's game from Laronge will be broadcast on 102.9 CFAR and

Soccer Zones In Town This Weekend

Flin Flon will be hosting Zones for both boys and girls soccer starting this Thursday.


The Hapnot Kings and Queens are both the defending champions.


There will be teams competing from all over the North including Cranberry, Cross Lake,Norway House, Thompson, The Pas, OCN and Moose Lake.


The Kings will play round robin games against Cranberry Thursday at 9, and Cross Lake at 4:30. Friday  they play Norway House at 10.


The Final will go at 5.


The Queens will play two round robin games on Thursday against the Pas at 10 and Cross Lake at 5:30. They will play Norway House on Friday at 9.


The final is at 3.


The boys games are at Foster Park and the girls are at Phantom.

Bombers Trade For Offensive Forward

After starting the season 1-0-1, the Flin Flon Bombers announced a major trade today that they have picked up the offensive gifted Ashton Paul from the Blizzard of the MJHL.


Paul was just released from Wenatchee of the WHL, and the Blizzard had his junior A  rights which they flipped to the Bombers for a PDF.


Paul could be just what the Bombers need as he was pretty much a point a game player in the MJHL with 56 points in 57 games last year including 26 goals.


He should also help stabilize the powerplay which is 0 for 13 to start the season.


Head Coach and GM, Mike Reagan  says this is a major pickup. " We are excited about it for many different reasons. Ashton is a kid that I have known through the conditioning camp at the hockey school, he is a northern boy who understands what our organization is all about and the history and tradition. He brings size, skill, he can skate , it is an exciting time for us. I know Ashton has wanted to be a part of this for some time , it is a good marriage."


Paul is in town and will skate with the team today and will be in iniform against Laronge this weekend.

Old Timers League Looking For Players

The Flin Flon Oldtimers Hockey League is starting their season on October the 23rd with games going til March the 13th.


They will play Mondays and Wednesdays at 8:30 at the Whitney Forum.


You get 32 games for $250.00 a person.


They are looking for players to join and is open to anyone 35 and older.


If you have any questions you can contact Paul at 204-271-4260 or Pat at 204-923-0822.

Selects Finish 1-2 on Saskatchewan Pre Season Tour

The PBCN Selects travelled to Saskatchewan this past weekend to play three games Thursday through Saturday to help get ready for the start of the Keystone Junior B regular season.


The Selects dropped an 11 to 1 decision to the Saskatoon Royals on Thursday then lost 6 to 1 to Carrot River on Friday despite out shooting them 44 to 29.


Saturday the Selects found their groove beating Onion Lake 5 to 1.


Kadin Eetuk led the way with a pair of goals.Maddox Dominey, Kaden Joanis and Owen Angootealuk  also found the back of the net.


The Selects will now get ready for the start of the regular season which will start this weekend.


PBCN will host Nelson House in their home opener on Saturday. It is also National Reconcilliation Day and they would like everybody in attendance to wear orange.


Puck drop is 7:30.

Bombers Grab 3 Out Of 4 Points


The SJHL opening weekend has come and gone and the Flin Flon Bombers were able to take 3 out of 4 points against a pair of Sherwood Division rivals.


On Friday the Bombers were able to beat a hot goalie Damon Cunningham with three goals in a 56 second span in the second period picking up the 5 to 3 win against the Nipawin Hawks.


The Bombers handilly out shot Nipawin 49 to 20 and without Cunningham the score should of been a lot worse.


It was quite the weekend for Northville Minnesota's Trevor Stenglein who potted three goals in the first two game including a pair in the win over Nipawin on Friday.


Joey Lies, Matt Egan and Aiden Chow who picked up his first ever SJHL goal scored the other goals. Chow's goal stood as the game winner, not bad for his  first junior goal.


Saturday, the Bombers hosted the Melfort Mustangs.


Melfort came in a played a typical Trevor Blevins game limiting the Bomber offensive chances and did a really good job keeping most of their shots to the outside.


Trevor Stenglein was able to score the Maroon and White's only goal. On a rare Mustang mistake, Stenglein got behind the defense and went in alone to beat James Venne with a shot low glove hand and gave Flin Flon the 1 to 0 lead mid way through the second.


Melfort answered just 25 seconds into the third when Ryan Duguay beat Harmon Laser Hume with a quick wrist shot.


That score would hold up the rest of the way through regulation and we would need overtime.


The Bombers won the opening face off and got the puck in the Mustang zone but turned the puck over which resulted in a 2 on 1 the other way.


The very talented Zac Somers flipped  a perfect pass to Aidyn Hutchinson who beat Laser Hume five hole just 15 seconds into ot.


This quieted a very large Whitney Forum crowd as the Mustangs will start the season at 2-0.


The Bombers despite not playing one of their better  games will take the point and start the year 1-0-1.


Some early concerns may be the powerplay going 0 for 13 in the first two games and the top line of Vockler, Sylvestre and Justin Lies who  haven't picked up a single point.


The good news is it early and Head Coach and GM, Mike Reagan feels it is just a matter of time before they start to gel.


Next up will be a home and home against another Sherwood rival in the Laronge Ice Wolves. Laronge comes to town on Friday and the Bombers will return the favour on Saturday.


We will broadcast Saturday's game on 102.9 CFAR and beginning with the Great North GM Coach's Show at 8:15 MB time.




Bombers Kick Off The Regular Season In Nipawin Tonight

The long wait is over and it's time to get down to business as the SJHL regular season will begin tonight with 5 games including the Flin Flon Bombers off to the Cage to face the Nipawin Hawks.


Both teams are coming off good seasons with the Bombers finishing the year at 37-15-2-2 which was the best record in the Sherwood Division. Flin Flon would carry the success into the post season making it to the league final for the fourth time in 6 years.


Nipawin also made the playoffs under new bench boss Tad Kozun finishing the year at 26-24-5-1 and lost out to the Humboldt Broncos in the first round of the playoffs.


Kozun mentioned after the season that they are happy to get some playoff experience and feel poised to be one of the top 6 clubs in the league this year.


They certainly have a very good forward group returning with Braxton Buchberger, Joel Mabin, Maguire Ratzlaff and Finley Radloff all back in a Hawks uniform. Scoring goals should not be a problem


They did lose starting goalie Jackson Fellner who won 18 games last year and decided to go to school. They feel confident with Damon Cunningham who started all 5 playoff games and will be  the starter coming into tonight.


Flin Flon has a good forward group also led by returnee's Jacob Vockler,Alexi Sylvestre and Kylynn Olafson. The addition of home town product Justin Lies from the WHL will be fun to watch as well.


The Bombers will bring back both goalies including former Hawk, Harmon Laser Hume who was one of the top netminders in the league last year. Harmon was amongst the league leaders in wins with 28, save %at .913 and GAA at 2.57.


To say the Bombers haven't had their way with Nipawin the last few seasons would be a huge under statement. After losing the season opener in Nipawin last year, Flin Flon reeled off 5 straight wins. 


The Bombers are 8-2 against the Hawks in their last 10 meetings and are 16-4 in the head to head matchups in the last 5 years.


Don't forget to listen in for all the action tonight as we hit the air with our first installment of Creighton Furniture Flin Flon Bomber Hockey from the Cage with the Great North GM Coach's Show at 7:40 and puck drop at 8.


Flin Flon will return for the home opener on Saturday when the Melfort Mustangs make their way to town. We are on the air at 7:10, with drop of the puck at 7:30.


Northland Ford will be hosting a tailgate party before the game so make your way down to the Whitney Forum parking lot for face painting, a beer garden, prizes, free hot dogs and drinks and there will also be a skate with the team after the game.


See you at the rink this weekend.


Selects Kick Off Pre Season Saskatchewan Tour Tonight

The PBCN Selects will kick off their Pre Season Saskatchewan Tour tonight.


The Selects will play the Saskatoon Royals in Warman tonight  before heading to Carrot River tomorrow.


They will face the Whitefish Flyers  on Saturday before wrapping up in Onion Lake on Sunday. 


The Selects projected lineup for tonight  is posted on their facebook page.


PBCN will officially kick off their second season in the KJHL on September the 30th when they host the NCN Flames in their home opener.

U-13 and U-11 Try-outs Start This Sunday

U-11 Rep Team Try-outs will start this Sunday with a registration skate at 5.


Try-outs continue Monday Sept 25th at 6:45, Tuesday Sept 26th at 5:30 and Thursday Sept 28th at 5:30.


Coach is Jon Cooper and you can send an e-mail to if you have any questions.


U-13 Try-outs will also start this Sunday with a registration skate at 6:30.


The try-out schedule is Tuesday and Wednesday September the 26th and 27th at 6:45 and Thursday September the 27th at 7pm.


The Coach is Ryan Biberdorf and you can e-mail


All the try-outs will take place at the Whitney Forum.

U-15 Hockey Try-Outs

U-15 Rep team try-outs will be starting  later this week. Once again the team will be made up of players from both Flin Flon and the Pas.


The try-out schedule will be Thursday Sept 21st 8pm- Roy H Johnston Arena in the Pas.  Sunday Sept 24th 2:45 Roy H Johnston Arena  The Pas.


Monday Sept 25th and Tuesday Sept 26th 8:15 at the Whitney Forum.


If you are looking to try-out, you are expected at the rink for all 4 tryout sessions.


The coach is Greg Kritzer.



A Good Weekend For The Hapnot Soccer Teams


Both the Hapnot Kings and Queens travelled to Swan River this weekend for the first soccer tournament of the year.


The Queens went 2-1 with wins over Dauphin in penalty kicks and 3 to 0 over Thompson. Their only loss came against Swan River 1 to 0.


The Kings went 3-0 beating Dauphin in penalty kicks, 1 to 0 over Swan River and a 1-0 win against Thompson.


This was a good tune up for the defending Zone Champions who will host this year's Zones on September the 28th and 29th.


Provincials will happen in Dauphin on October the 13th and 14th.

Kodiaks Win

It was a successful home opener for the Creighton Kodiaks who hosted the Rosthern Longhorns yesterday at the Creighton field.


This was Creighton's first official game in Conference 4 of the Saskatchewan 6 Man Football League.


Creighton was able to score a touchdown on their second set of downs and cruised to a 40 to 12 win in front of a crowd of well over 300 people.


Payton Pelltier had a great afternoon scoring four touchdowns including one run of 90 yards. Quintan Lycan scored the other touchdown on an interception return.


Both thse players are in grade 10 and look to have impressive futures with this program.


The Kodiaks also played good defensively and Rosthern was held in check and had trouble moving the ball.


Head Coach Ryan Karakochuk had this to say after yesterday's win. " When you prepare very well sometimes you get the results and I feel that's what happened. In our exhibition game against Shellbrook I felt we were unprepared and the score indicated it. I truly believe the guys bought in to what we were telling them and they studied. We put the work in on the field and the results came. It feels very good and it is the first win we have ever had against a south team. Saying that we have to get back to work and prepare for next week."


Creighton will hit the road and travel to Hague for their next game next Thursday, then get a bye the following week.


Next game at the Creighton Field will be on Thursday October the 5th vs Wakaw.

Bombers Wrap Up Pre Season With A Win

The Flin Flon Bombers dressed mostly vets and it showed as they doubled up on the Laronge Ice Wolves 4 to 2 last night at the Whitney Forum.


New comer Bailry Ewonus who has looked good since coming over from the AJHL, opened up the scoring just 4:36 into the opening period.


Veteran blue liner  Rylan Silzer would tie the game on the power play for the Wolves when he snuck a shot in from the blue line in front of a crowded Bomber net.


Jacob Vockler continues to have a great pre season and put the Bombers ahead late in the first with his third of the pre-season.


Alexi Sylvestre would then re-direct a puck past Logan Abric late in the second which would stand up as the game winner on the powerplay.


Vockler would get his second of the night for a little insurance late in the third and ends the pre season with 4 goals.The other Laronge goal came from new comer Payton Hu.


It was another powerplay goal and the Wolves would finish up 2 for 4. Flin Flon went 1 for 4.


Harmon Laser Hume went the distance in net for the Bombers and stopped 28 out of 30. Laronge went with two goalies including returning goalie from last year, Logan Abric and Karl Soneff who combined for 36 saves on 40 shots.


Flin Flon will finish the pre-season at 4-1 and will now prepare for the regular season which will open up next weekend. The Bombers kick off the season in Nipawin on Friday and host the Melfort Mustangs in their home opener on Saturday.


Laronge still has to play three pre season games including a home and home with Nipawin this weekend.


The Bombers will host their golf tournament today.






Bombers Pick Up A New Forward

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The Flin Flon Bombers are happy to announce the acquisition of ’04 Forward, Anthony Piccininno, via trade for a Player Development Fee from the North York Rangers of the OJHL.


The Toronto, Ontario product was selected 16th overall in the 2021 OHL U-18 Priority Selection Draft by the Erie Otters. The past two seasons, Piccininno was an assistant captain and played for the North York Rangers of the OJHL. During his time there he put up impressive numbers, tallying 16 goals, 35 assists for 51 points in 94 regular season games. The 19 year old, Piccininno, is a hard working, 200 foot player with amazing speed and skating ability that will help bring a lot of offense and scoring to the Bombers front end this season.


“Anthony is a quick, skilled and intelligent player that will provide us with offence. He already has 2 years of junior experience and will be a nice addition to our top 6 forward group.” – Mike Reagan, Head Coach/GM


The Bombers welcome Anthony to Flin Flon and are very excited to have him apart of the organization!

Kodiaks Kick Off Their Season This Afternoon

The Creighton Kodiaks will kick off their much awaited season today as they will host the Rosthern Longhorns at the Creighton field in their home opener at 4pm.


Creighton has moved into Conference 4 and will face their stiffest competition since their program began over 10 years ago.


I had a chance to catch up with Head Coach Ryan Karakochuk and we talked about how his team is not only preparing for Rosthern today but their transistion into Conference 4.


We also discussed what veteran  players to watch for this year and some of the rookies that could make an impact.


You can hear the season kick off show here:

Hapnot Ready For Soccer Season

The defending Northern  Zone champions for both boys and girls  soccer begin their seasons this weekend.


The Kings and Queens are off to Swan River and all the games will be played on Saturday.


Teams will also be competing from Swan River, Thompson and Dauphin.


The Queens will play Dauphin at 10:30, Swan Valley at noon, and Thompson at 3. 


The Kings will play Dauphin at 10:30, Swan River at 1:30 and Thompson at 3.


We will have full results on 102.9 CFAR and

Bombers Double The Mustangs

Another impressive display from the Flin Flon Bombers who went into Melfort last night and doubled up on the Mustangs 6 to 3.


Home town product Justin Lies led the way with his first SJHL hat-trick including a pair of power play goals to lead the Bombers to their third pre season win.


Kylynn Olafson, David Ander and Jacob Vockler also found the back of the net as the Bombers out shot Melfort 32 to 23.


New comers David Coule with a pair and Nolan Kelly had the Mustang goals.


Flin Flon went with both their veteran goalies with Harmon Laser Hume stopping all 11 shots fired in his direction and Kenny Marquart stopped 9 of 12.


The Mustangs also used two goalies with Josh Henson stopping 13 of 15 and Tysen Smith stopped 13 of 17 total.


Flin Flon improves to 3-1 in the pre season while Melfort will fall to 0-2.


The Bombers will wrap up the pre season when they host the Laronge Ice Wolves tomorrow night at the Whitney Forum. The game should feature full vets on both sides.


Game time is 7:30 and will be broadcast on Flo Hockey.

Phantom Lake Golf Club AGM

The Phantom Lake Golf Club will be hosting their AGM on Wednesday September the 27th at the Clubhouse starting at 7.


The agenda will include a report from the Pro, President, Greens Superintendant and Treasurer. They are hoping to get out as many members as possible to fill some vacancies on the board.


If you have any questions in the mean time you can call 306-688-5555. 

Shirran Is The 2023 Club Champion

The final big golf event at the Phantom Lake Golf club wrapped up yesterday after noon with over 60 golfers taking part in the Club Championship and Closing Day Tournament.


When it was all said and done, Ray Shirran fired a sizzling 68 to win the event by 5 strokes over Chris Bortis and Neil Goodman.


Brooke Hagberg won the First Event with a 86.


Here are the rest of the results:


Men's Senior 50 to 64- Mark Koop- 79


Men's Senior 65 and over- Brett Davie- 78


Second Flight- Terry Anderson- 86


Ladies Club Championship- Lori Salahub- 81


Ladies Senior 50 to 64- Sue Murray- 96


Senior Ladies 65 plus- Judy Maitland- 94


Junior Club Champion- Jack Dubinak- -96


A big thanks to Sarah and her staff for a great meal, Brett and the grounds crew for their hard work on the course and to all the golfers that came out to support the event.

Selects Pull Off Big Deal Heading Into The Season

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The PBCN Selects have traded 2002 Forward Dwayne McKenzie to the OCN Storm.


The Select receive the playing Rights of 2003 Forward Keilan Holland. Holland played 48 regular season games in the MJHL with both the Winnipeg Blues and OCN Blizzard. Last season Holland won the Central Canadian championship with ?the Storm.


The Selects also acquired the Junior B Rights to 2004 Forward Harlene Jacobson. Jacobson, a Cranberry Portage native who played minor hockey in Flin Flon scored 62 points last season for the Storm while helping them finish first during the regular season and ultimately winning the Central Canadian Championship.


Jacobson is currently playing with The Blizzard in the MJHL which is the Selects Jr A affiliate.


“We feel extremely satisfied with this deal, we thank Dwayne for his contributions to our program as he was the franchise’s first ever player signed. As we prepare for the season, our goals and his goals no longer similar, we look forward to the opportunity of adding two talented hard working individuals to our lineup.” -Gatlin Church

Bombers Light Up Bliz

With redemption on their minds, the Flin Flon Bombers looked like a totally different team last night rolling over the OCN Blizzard 7 to 1.


The Maroon and White dressed a lot more veterans last night and it showed as they dominated last night's game from start to finish.


It took all of 32 seconds for Alexi Sylvestre to find the back of the net and Flin Flon poured it on for the rest of the night firing 48 shots at the Blizzard tandem of Loic Morin and Jack Osmond.


I thought both goalies played pretty good and the score could of been worse if these guys didn't hold the fort.


Noah Houle led the way with a pair of goals with singles coming from Jacob Vockler, Trevor Stenglein, David Ander and local product Ryder Mucha.


Marlin Edwards had the lobe goal for the Blizzard.


Ryan Bain started the game for Flin Flon and was perfect stopping all 10 shots in his direction. He gave way to Harmon Laser Hume who came in at the mid way point of the game and gave up one goal on 7 shots.


The Bombers will even their pre season record at 1-1 and avenge their 4 to 3 loss against the Blizzard in The Pas on Tuesday.


No rest for the Maroon and White Express who make their way to Laronge for a pre season encounter with the Wolves tonight at 8:30 MB time.


They will close out the pre season with two games next week, hitting Melfort on Tuesday and hosting Laronge at the Whitney Forum on Thursday.


The Regular season starts the weekend of September the 22nd when the Bombers travel to Nipawin. Flin Flon will host the Melfort Mustangs in their home opener on Saturday September the 23rd.


Both games will be broadcast on 102.9 CFAR and



Lies Comes Back Home to Play for Bombers

The Flin Flon Bombers are proud to announce the signing of Flin Flon local, ’03 Forward, Justin Lies, from the Saskatoon Blades of the WHL.


Being born and raised in Flin Flon, Lies played peewee and minor hockey for his hometown. In 2015, Lies, made the Norman Wolves U15 AAA out of Thompson, Manitoba, where he played for 2 seasons, tallying 40 goals and 23 assists in 38 games played. Following his time with the Wolves, his skill landed him a spot on the Rink Hockey Academy U16 Team out of Winnipeg, Manitoba for the 2018/19 season. In one season, Lies put up 17 goals and 16 assists for a total of 33 points in 38 games.


In 2019, Lies was selected with the 12th pick in the third round by the Vancouver Giants in the WHL Bantam Draft. During this same time, Lies was also selected to represent Team Manitoba in the Canada Winter Games, playing in 6 games, he scored one goal and claimed 5th place in the tournament.


From 2019 to 2022, Lies played in 132 games for the Vancouver Giants. During his time with the Giants, he put up 13 goals, 20 assists for a total of 33 points. Last season, Lies was traded to the Saskatoon Blades, where he had his most successful season in his WHL career. Throughout the 2022/23 regular season and playoffs, Lies scored 12 goals and tallied 15 assists for 27 points in 71 games with the Blades.


This year, Lies has decided to return to his hometown and finish his Junior career alongside his brother, Joey, and with the team he watched growing up as a kid. Coming in at 6’1, 205 lbs, Lies is a big and strong Power Forward with exceptional skating ability and an elite shot. Lies will be a huge addition to the Bombers front end this season, not only with his skill set but with his experience and leadership abilities.


“We are obviously very excited to add Justin for so many reasons. Not only is he a great player and will make us a better team, but it’s been a long time since we have two local brothers on the Bombers. This is a special time for our fans to have Joey and Justin playing for the Bombers together. There are a lot of young kids that look up to these two. As a Flin Floner, I’m proud to have these two representing our great community.” Head Coach/GM – Mike Reagan


The Flin Flon Bombers and their fans are very excited to have Lies back in town and can’t wait to see the difference he will make not only on the ice, but in the community as well.


Flin Flon Minor Hockey Need Volunteers

Flin Flon Minor Hockey is looking for volunteers to help out and make it another successful season.


FFMH is calling on parents  whose kids are in minor hockey to put in at least 6 hours of volunteer time. U-7 and U-9 parents will be needed to help out with home  tournaments.


U11- to U-15 parents will have to complete 6 hours of volunteer time in other ways.


There will be plenty of opportunities to complete hours,  but volunteers are needed asap to help get the season going other wise they may have to cancel some events.


If you are interested in helping out please contact Laurelle Trubiak at



PBCN Selects Getting Ready For Camp

The PBCN Selects will open up Main Camp tomorrow at the Whitney Forum with around 50 kids expected to come and try to earn a spot.


Kids are expected from all over including Manitoba, Saskatchewan, Quebec, Alberta, Nunavet and Minnesota.


Camp will open with registration tomorrow at 2:30 with the first inter squad game at 4. Scrimmages will continue through out the weekend with the White and Blue game wrapping things up Saturday night at 7 pm.


It is $125.00 for open try outs and if you are interested in taking part you can call 431-346-0132.  

Blizzard Take Round One In Battle Of Northern Manitoba

The first round of the Battle of Northern Manitoba went down last night at the refurbished Roy H Johnston Arena as the Pas Blizzard took on the Flin Flon Bombers .


The Blizzard got the best of their counter parts from the SJHL, coming back from a two goal deficit to stun the Bombers 4 to 3.


Flin Flon jumped out to a 2 to 0 lead in the first period courtesy of top prospects Koen Senft and Jack Bechard.


After a shaky first period, the Blizzard were able to cash in on some chances and the pride of Thompson, Brady Krentz was able to find the back of the net twice including a power play goal late in the frame.


Krentz was able to re-direct a shot past Bomber goalie Ryan Bain with just three seconds remaining in the period and gave the Blizzard some big momentum coming out for the third.


The Blizzard kept coming and Isaac Tomchak gave them their first lead of the night when he beat Bain with a nice snap shot off the post and in, just over four minutes into the final period.


Flin Flon would answer when local product Ryder Mucha capitalized on a Blizzard give away in front of their own net,  and Mucha put a nice shot over the Shoulder of Blizzard goalie Loic Morin.


The game remained tied and looked like it might be headed to over time, but the Bombers had a major blunder at their blue line and veteran defenseman Emilien Charron grabbed the puck and raced down the ice firing a shot low blocker on Ryan Bain with just 29 seconds left in regulation.


The over 500 in attendance at the Roy went wild and gave the Blizzard a great ovation and everyone was standing and cheering.


The Bombers looked stunned but will get a chance to avenge the loss when they host the re-match this Friday at the Whitney Forum.


Once again you can get the action on 102.9 CFAR and starting with the Great North GM Pre Game Show at 7:15.

Woods Wins The Walt

The biggest golf tournament in Northern Manitoba and Saskatchewan wrapped up yesterday with Jeff Woods claiming the Walt Cunningham Labour Day Title at the Phantom Lake Golf Club.


Woods took the Championship Flight beating Jake Champaign in Match Play.


This is the third Walt Cunningham title for Woods who last won the event in 2019.


Dave Salahub placed third beating Ryan Galay.


Brett McElroy took the 1st flight.


2nd  Flight- Nelson Scott


3rd  Flight- Wes Gawiak


4th  Flight- DJ Wilson


5th  Flight- Erin Ginnell


6th  Flight- Mitch Reid


7th  Flight- Eric Rutherford


8th Flight- Colin McPherson


9th Flight- Dan Ginnell


10th Flight- Curt Arnold


11th Flight- Colin McPhee


A big thanks to all the sponsors, volunteers and golfers for coming out and making this tournament a huge success.

U-15 Northstars Hold Try-Outs

The U-15 Norman Northstars held their try outs in Thompson this past weekend at the CA Nesbit Arena.


Three kids from Flin Flon were able to make the squad including Defenseman Ashton Harrison,  Defenseman Ethan Pawlachuk and Forward Michael Pawlachuk.


The season will begin October the 7th in Winnipeg as part of the Manitoba Showcase weekend.


Norman will play 34 games this year with  the majority of their home  games out of The Pas and Thompson , and are hoping to add a few games in Flin Flon.

Maroon 3 White 2

Another exciting Flin Flon Bomber Main Camp wrapped up at the whitney Forum this afternoon with the annual Maroon and White game.


Team Maroon was able to hang on for an exciting 3 to 2 victory.


Team Maroon goals came from Alexi Sylvestre, Dawson Karol and new comer Reid Arberry from Fort ST John BC. Arberry played for former Bomber Todd Alexander last year.


Cohen Senft and Aiden Chow scored the Team White goals.


Four goalies saw action today with returning goalie Kenny Marquart stopping all 17 shots he faced and Ryan Bain stopped 7 out 9 for Team Maroon.


Harmon Laser Hume stopped 11 out of 12 with local product Logan Grenier stopping 7 out of 9.


The Bombers will cut down some numbers and get ready for their first pre-season game on Tuesday against the Pas Blizzard.


The Battle Of Northern Manitoba hits the Roy H Johnston Arena on Tuesday and back to the Whitney Forum for the rematch on Friday.


You can listen to both games on 102.9 CFAR and including the Great North GM Pre Game Show from the Pas at 6:45 on Tuesday.

Try Hockey For Free

If your child is interested in playing hockey this year and hasn't tried it before, Flin Flon Minor Hockey is putting together a try it night.


They provide everything including the equipment and a safe environment so your kid can come out and see what it is all about.


This is taking place on Tuesday and Wednesday September the 5th and 6th at the Whitney Forum starting at 5:30.


FFMH will have represenitives at the rink to assist all players and parents.



Bombers Main Camp Starts Today

Today is the day that hockey fans from all over Northern Manitoba and Saskatchewan have been waiting for, Flin Flon Bomber training camp.


Camp opened up today with registration at 10 and practises are underway with scrimmages starting at 4:30.


Around 60 kids are expected at camp and Head Coach and GM, Mike Reagan tells us the break down of the kids that will competing for spots this weekend.


" We are excited about camp, we had 3 or 4 days of guys skating earlier on with some of our WHL draft picks, some of our list guys , SJHL  draft picks so kind of a pre camp. The guys are excited, we are geared up and the guys look forward to beginning the process."


Camp will continue through out the weekend with some of the highlights including the Jonny Dougs Cup on Saturday night  and the Maroon and White Game on Sunday at 1:30.


Here is the complete schedule



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