Dauphin, Canada

A slow start ended up being the downfall for the Dauphin Clippers hockey team.

They dropped their home opener to their Parkland rival Swan Valley Tigers, 3-2 today at Credit Union Place.

The Tigers jumped out to a 3-0 lead in the second. Riley Hammond got the Clippers back within a couple as he scored with five seconds left in the second.

Logan Storey scored a beauty with 2:33 left in the third to bring the Clippers within one, but that's as close as they would get.

Dauphin returns to Credit Union Place next Sunday at 2:00 p.m. against Sandy Bay.

Before that, they play Major Pratt on Wednesday and McCreary on Friday.

The Grand Plains Peewee Ice Dogs lost their first game of the weekend, but what a win they had in their second.

Vs Brandon Jets.

The Ice Dogs scored twice, but couldn't hold off the Jets offence in a 4-2 loss to open their season.

Addison Damsgaard and Skyla Burns scored the Ice Dogs goals.

Vs Westman Falcons.

The Ice Dogs scored early, they scored often and they beat the Falcons, 15-0.

Reese Boguski led the way with four goals, while Adel Wiebe and Caden Christensen both had two goals each. 
 
Montana Jubenvill, Addison Damsgaard, Skyla Burns, Madison Hojnocki, Lauren Vaters, Raylyn Koshowski, and Kirby Smith all added one apiece for the Ice Dogs.

October 28:

The Grand Plains Atom Ice Dogs just keep winning hockey games.

After a 5-4 win yesterday, the Ice Dogs followed that up with a 6-4 win against Boissevain earlier today.

Elisha Caplan led the team with two goals. Jenna Shewchuk, Maliya Malowski, Dara Robak, and Sadie Swanton all had one goal each.

The team is now 3-0-1 on the season.

October 27:

The Grand Plains Atom Ice Dogs continue to play some solid hockey. 

After going 1-0-1 last week, the ladies picked up a 5-4 win over the Brandon Sharks earlier today. 

It was a complete team effort as five different skaters scored for the Ice Dogs. 

The scorers were Dara Robak, Jenna Shewchuk, Kaylee Maguet, Sadie Swanton, and Kenzie Garton. 

With the win, the Ice Dogs are now 2-0-1. 

They’ll look to keep it going tomorrow. They welcome Boissevain to Grandview.

The Parkland Bantam Women's Rangers continue to get better every time they hit the ice.

The team hosted a tournament in Grandview and played three games.

Vs Pembina Valley.

The Rangers had a pretty good performance but ran into a very good Hawks team.

Trynity Turner had two goals, while Brooklyn Hramalak had one in a 6-3 loss.

Vs Norman.

Parkland dominated from start to finish in a 7-1 win.

Brooklyn Hramalak led the Rangers with two goals in the win. 

Madison Haliuk, Jayselyn Nybo, KC McDonald and Mya Kubrakovich all had one each.

Vs Westman.

The trend of improving every time out continued for the Rangers in this game, despite a 6-3 loss.

It was 4-3 until late in the game before Westman added two empty netters.

Allee Hrechka, KC McDonald, and Trynity Turner scored the Rangers goals in the game.

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Some great memories were also made. The Grand Plains Atom Ice Dogs got the chance to be on the ice with the Rangers and they also spent some time with the ladies in their dressing room. 

The Parkland Midget Rangers started off pretty well, but it was a tough ending for the club in a 9-1 loss against the Winnipeg WIld this afternoon.

The Wild opened up the scoring 17:26 into the first to take a 1-0 lead after 20.

They extended their lead to 2-0 just 0:34 into the second. At the 8:29 mark, Jaegar Lapointe brought the Rangers within one, but that's as close as they would get.

The Wild scored seven more goals to pick up the win. The win pushed the Wild's record to 9-0 on the season. The Rangers are 3-8.

The time is here for the Dauphin Clippers. 

They begin their quest to a Westman High School Hockey League Championship today. 

Swan Valley will be in town for a 5:00 p.m. puck drop.

Dauphin won both of their contests with the Tigers in the pre-season. 

Of course, the games at Credit Union Place.

The Parkland Midget Rangers came up short yesterday in Killarney. 

They lost 8-1 against the Southwest Cougars.

Hunter Glover continued his great season by scoring the team's only goal in the game. 

Keaton Ziprick also made 51 saves.

The Rangers are back at Credit Union Place on Sunday afternoon. 

They welcome the Winnipeg Wild to town. The puck drops at 1:30.

The Gilbert Plains Trojans varsity girls volleyball team have continued what’s been a tremendous season.

They were in Swan River this weekend for a tournament and they're coming home as Champions. 

They beat Swan Valley in straight sets earlier today, 25-12, 25-20 to finish on top. 

Before that, the Trojans dominated the round robin going 9-1.

The route to the finals also included a dominant semifinal win against Easterville.

The Grand Plains Atom Ice Dogs continue to play some solid hockey. 

After going 1-0-1 last week, the ladies picked up a 5-4 win over the Brandon Sharks earlier today. 

It was a complete team effort as five different skaters scored for the Ice Dogs. 

The scorers were Dara Robak, Jenna Shewchuk, Kaylee Maguet, Sadie Swanton, and Kenzie Garton. 

With the win, the Ice Dogs are now 2-0-1. 

They’ll look to keep it going tomorrow. They welcome Boissevain to Grandview.

The Dauphin Kings had some bad bounces end up in their net, and it resulted in a 5-1 loss against the Winkler Flyers.

Winkler scored first and took a 1-0 lead after 20 minutes. 

They extended their lead to 3-0 after 40 minutes. 

Bryon Fobair added a marker in the third for Dauphin, but Winkler added two of their own to pick up a 5-1 win. 

With the loss, the Kings are now 9-6. They’ll return to the ice on Tuesday in Swan Valley. You can hear that game right here on 730CKDM. The Parkland Source for Sports pregame show goes at 7:15.

The Winnipeg Blue Bombers are heading to the playoffs!

A great third quarter led the Bombers to a 29-21 win over the Calgary Stampeders tonight. 

Matt Nichols was fantastic for the Bombers. He completed 24 of his 33 passes for 358 yards and a couple touchdowns.

The Bombers defence was also solid. Jovan Santos-Knox had eight tackles while he and Adam Bighill forced fumbles in the game. 

Winnipeg (10-7) will wrap up their regular season next weekend against the Eskimos.