Sunday, October 23, 2011


Tyler Giebel made a smooth transition to the SJHL, scoring the winner in his first game with the Terriers this season on a late third period powerplay, the the Terriers went on to win 4-2 in Humboldt.

Giebel was re-assigned to the Terriers by the WHL's Everett Silvertips earlier in the week.

The Terriers were 3/5 on the man advantage, with Jeremy Johnson and Brent Struble also scoring on the PP.

Chase Norrish added his first SJHL goal late in the game, at even strength.

Kale Thomson made 27/29 saves in goal for the Terriers, boosting his personal record to 3-0. Along with that, he's got a 2.00 GAA, and a .939%.

The Terriers will see a lot of the Broncos in the next while, as they'll host them in their next action on Tuesday, and again for the SJHL Hall of Fame game on November 18th... so three of their four matchups happen in less than a month.


The Swan Valley Stampeders are now 1-1 on their three game road swing, following a 7-2 loss to the Saints in Winnipeg.

Beau Taylor scored for a second straight night, his 7th of the season... while Justin Valentino had the other Stamps' goal.

Patrick Johnson faced 44 shots in goal for the Stampeders.

Swan Valley will wrap up the trip Sunday in Portage... we'll have all the action on GX94, starting with the Pre Game Show at 6:20 Manitoba time.


The Wayway Wolverines had another strong effort against the Winnipeg Blues, but fell just short of beating them for the second time in just over a week, falling 3-2 on home ice.

Two defensemen, Thomas Ward-Cardinal and Pierre Landry scored for Wayway.

James Davidson stopped 28/31 shots.

The Wolverines fall back below .500 (6-7-0-1) with the loss.

1 comment:

Mike Stackhouse said...

I've been wrong lots before, but I think Yorkton's second goal was Paterson, who broke in and just kinda let the puck slide underneath Hrynkiw.

The third goal credited to Giebel, I believe, was a fantastic individual effort from Majkowski.