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Their goal was to win a championship and that's exactly what the Layne Stars have done.

Playing in the Scoreden Cup in the U15 age category, it was a perfect weekend for the Stars as they cruised to a title inside Stride Place, home of the Manitoba Junior Hockey League's (MJHL) Portage Terriers.

In a hard-fought championship game, the Stars from the Parkland beat Norway House, 8-5. Dayson Martin lit the lamp twice in the win while Ben Poole also scored twice as did Crew Elder. Sam Lacasse and Hunter Ethelston scored a goal each in the gold medal victory.

Layne Stars BEAT Manitoba Chiefs, 9-1

  • Dayson Martin and Hunter Ethelston scored two goals each for the Stars;
  • Sam Lacasse, Noah Smigelsky, Ben Poole, and Jaxton Hansen-Young also scored a goal each

Layne Stars BEAT Norway House, 7-1

  • Dayson Martin and Crew Elder scored two goals each;
  • Noah Smigelsky, Mac McCorrister, and Ty Aldcroft had one goal each

Layne Stars BEAT Dakota Warriors, 7-3

  • There was no stopping Dayson Martin as he scored three more goals;
  • Crew Elder scored once in the win;
  • Noah Smigelsky and Jaxton Hansen-Young also scored a goal each

Seb Lacasse is the team's head coach while Norman Lacquette is the team's manager. 

Kyle Pelletier was named the tournament's best goalie, making several key saves that allowed Layne Stars to plug away offensively.

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Kyle is coming off a strong second season with the Parkland U15 Rangers. 

Dayson Martin was named the tournament's most valuable player as he scored nine times. 

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Dayson had an all-star season with the U15 Rangers this past season. He scored 27 times and had 49 points in 29 regular season games and then in five playoff games, he posted three goals and 13 points.