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Opportunities for Athletic Therapists/Trainers
Posted by: Winnipeg AAA
Friday, May 13, 2016

AAA Council is looking for Athletic Therapists/Trainers for various teams for the upcoming 2016-2017 hockey season.  If interested, please contact Kelsey McCuspey at kmccuspey@hotmail.com


AAA Selects 2016 Coaches
Posted by: Winnipeg AAA
Friday, May 06, 2016

 
Division/Team Coach
Provincial Midget Thrashers Jim Berezowsky
Provincial Midget Wild Paul Krueger


City Midget Hawks Chris MacKinnon
City Midget Monarchs Joey Moggach
City Midget Sharks Jerald Brasko
City Midget Warriors Andrew Skogan


Bantam 1 Hawks Neil Chow
Bantam 1 Monarchs John Fehr
Bantam 1 Sharks Brad Vatrt
Bantam 1 Warriors Scott Coates


Bantam 2 Hawks Ryan Didoshak
Bantam 2 Monarchs Jeff Sveinson
Bantam 2 Sharks Bert Friesen
Bantam 2 Warriors Tyler Riel
 
 

City Midget Championship Series
Posted by: Winnipeg AAA
Sunday, March 27, 2016

 
 A top tier match up between the City Midget Hawks and Monarchs required 6 games to decide. After a 2-0 Monarch lead in the series the Hawks shifted gears to win 4 straight and clinch the City Midget title from the former Champions.  
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

Bantam 2 City Championship Series
Posted by: Winnipeg AAA
Sunday, March 27, 2016

 
The Monarchs emerge from the series as champions after sweeping the Hawks in just 4 games to claim the Bantam 2 title.
 
 

Provincial Bantam 1 Championship - Monarchs, Wheat Kings
Posted by: Winnipeg AAA
Wednesday, March 23, 2016

The Hockey Manitoba Provincials took place over the weekend at the beautiful Seven Oaks Complex. Coming into the best of the three series there were no guarantees of who would be victorious for a couple reasons. One being that the Winnipeg Monarchs and Brandon Wheat Kings did not see each other often during the regular season, trading wins. The other reason being, both teams have great assets and are viable candidates for the Western Canadian Bantam Championship.

 

GAME 1:

 

Game 1 took place on Friday the 18th and it delivered all sorts of entertainment.

 

Brandon jumped out to a 2-0 lead in the first period on some effective net crashing by Dylan Halliday's line. The shots at the end of the period were close and in favor of the Monarchs. In the second half of the first period the Monarchs started to generate their team speed.

 

The second period displayed more speed all over the ice, with end-to-end domination on the Monarchs behalf, outshooting Brandon 12 to 4. Eric Fawkes put the first tally up for the Monarchs on a beautiful solo effort getting through three Wheat Kings defenders, and beating goaltender Trent Miner one-on-one.

 

In the third period the Monarchs continued their quickness on a total line contribution generating a Monarch rush. Miner saved the first two chances but could not get across in time before Mitchell Joss buried the puck in the back of the net. This pushed the game into extra time. In the second overtime period the Monarchs got an unlikely break off a clear attempt by Miner playing the puck off a shin pad and rolling back into the net. The final score was 3-2 in favor of the Monarchs.

GAME 2:

The first period provided the entertainment for everyone in the Seven Oaks Complex. Both teams had great support from the fans, however on the ice it was a heated feud between the two teams, only in their 4th meeting of year.

 

The Wheat Kings won the time of possession battle, as well as shots, which were 15 to the Monarchs 8. Much of the play was spent in the Monarchs zone or neutral zone and goaltender Isaac Poulter stood his ground in the pipes through quality scoring chances on fast breaks, the Wheaties often splitting the Monarch defenseman. Brandon's most effective line was the Dylan Halliday, Tristen Robins, and Tanner Morrison who were all over pucks.

 

Morrison scored the first and only goal of the period off a rebound on the power play. The Monarchs best scoring chances of the period were on a power play of their own, while 5-on-5 they tended to stray away from speed and puck movement and attempted to skate the puck through the neutral zone.

 

The second period was full of drama in the game as well as in between the whistles. Whether it was the nets popping off too often, two goals called back, or offside calls, the controversies and stoppage of play changed the speed of this period and the emotions from both benches.

 

Shots at the end of the period were 22 to 17 for the Wheat Kings. There were great scoring opportunities from both sides. The physical presence took over in the corner battles, everyone finished checks all over the ice.

 

Robins continued to fly around generating chances, but Poulter again came to the rescue for the Monarchs making some momentum changing stops towards the end of the period. This lead to two late goals for the Monarchs. While Minor made it incredibly difficult to get anything through, his active play on the puck turned into his foil when the Monarchs had a man ready for the rim along the wall, creating hesitation and a unique opportunity where Miner was out of position, giving Jonny Hooker a small window to put the puck in the net from a poor angle. This lit the fire on the Monarch bench who turned up the play for the rest of the period eventually scoring with 3.3 seconds left in the period from Ryan Brennan. The Monarchs go into the third up 2-1.

 

The Monarchs used the momentum from the end of the 2nd to continue to push and Tristan Thompson would find the twine behind Miner to put the Monarchs up 3-1.

 

However there was no quit in Brandon and they continued to compete and finally being rewarded when Nate Hunter directed a shot off Poulter's shoulder and in for a 3-2 game.

 

Well the rest was a nail biter as Brandon threw everything they could at Poulter and with Miner out of the net for the extra attacker the Monarchs held on for the Provincial Championship victory at 3-2.

 

The Monarchs now move on to the Western Canadian Bantam Championship in Okotoks Alberta, which begins March 31st.
 
 

Hockey Winnipeg Job Opportunity - Executive Director
Posted by: Winnipeg AAA
Monday, March 21, 2016

Hockey Winnipeg is currently inviting applications for the position of Executive Director.

Reporting to the Vice President of Operations, the Executive Director provides leadership in the development of Hockey Winnipeg's vision, mission, goals and the corresponding strategies, plans, and budgets to achieve success each hockey season. This position requires the candidate to be familiar in the areas of Strategic Planning and Operations, Leadership, Communications and Executive Relations as well as Financial and Risk Management

Qualifications (Skills, Education and Experience) would include, but not be limited to: Degree or Diploma in Business Administration; Recreation & Community Development; or suitable combination of Education and Experience; 3-5 years of experience managing a non-profit, board driven organization, including extensive community programs; An understanding of the social and economic factors affecting Manitobans involved in minor hockey; Knowledge, skills and ability to manage and motivate people; Ability to communicate effectively (verbally or in writing) at all levels; Computer literate and proficient using standard Microsoft Office suite; Optional skills could include 2-3 years' experience in public relations experience working or volunteering within a non-profit.

This is a full-time permanent position.

If you are qualified and interested in this position, please send your resume and cover letter for confidential consideration by
Friday, April 29, 2016 to the attention of:

Chris Hall, President
PERSONAL AND CONFIDENTIAL
Hockey Winnipeg
c/o 13 - 1100 Waverley Street, Winnipeg, Manitoba, R3T 3X9
Email: presidenthockeywinnipeg@gmail.com
Fax: 204-784-5450
 
We thank all those who apply, but only applicants selected for an interview will be contacted. 

Bantam Provincials
Posted by: Winnipeg AAA
Wednesday, March 16, 2016

2016 Provincial Finals: March 18-20, 2016

Hosted by: Hockey Winnipeg/Winnipeg AAA Council

Arena: Seven Oaks Sportsplex

Host Team - Winnipeg Bantam 1 Monarchs and 
Visiting Team - Bantam Rural AAA Brandon Wheat Kings
                                Home         Away
Game 1:         7:45pm          Host         Visitor         March 18
Game 2:         3:00pm          Visitor      Host            March 19
Game 3:         1:15pm          Host         Visitor         March 20 (If necessary)
 
Gate Fees:

Adult Game Pass $5.00
Kids 12 and under FREE when followed by adult 

AAA Playoff Recap: Bantam 2, Bantam 1, City Midget
Posted by: AAA Winnipeg
Monday, March 14, 2016

Bantam 2 Final:

The top seed Monarchs showed why they held that first place position all year, coming out in game one with dominant play as well as depth in scoring. In a 4-0 win, all goals came from four different players and the Hawks didn't have much to work with offensively against a solid Monarch defense core backed by net minder Brett Murphy with the perfect save percentage.


Bantam 1 Championship Final:

In the first two games of the series, the Monarchs and Warriors traded games. The first game going to the Warriors 5-3, and the Monarchs answered back with a 6-3 victory less than 24 hours later.

 

The series turning point took place in games 3 and 4. In both games the Warriors came from behind after a 4-2 deficit in the third period, only to have the outcome decided in overtime by Matt Shatsky in game 3 and Alex Cattani in game 4.

 

A key contributor in the entire series was Monarch forward Alex Cattani. In the last 3 games he managed 2 helpers along with a whopping 5 goals for seven points, one being a series altering overtime winner.

 

In the 5th game the Monarchs had their killer instinct with a solid 6-2 win, again showing depth in scoring from a plethora of forwards with scoring capabilities. Mitchell Joss lead the scoring with two goals, while Hooker, Fawkes, Lewis, and Cattani each had one of their own.

 

The Monarchs executed their game plan, with the usual speed and fore-checking, effectively pushing the Warriors back on their heels resulting in a 2-0 lead going into the second period.

 

The Warriors came out in the second with their own push back. Jayson Szun and Brayden Clark were instrumental in tying the game 2-2 with a goal and assist each. From that point the Monarchs scored 3 unanswered goals, all generated on the rush within the last 5 minutes of the period to take the wind out of the Warriors sails.

 

In the third the Monarchs played effective shut down hockey. The Warriors did everything they could to open up the game, however the Monarchs team defense shut down any hopes of another late come back. Jonny Hooker sealed the deal with an empty netter and the Championship final victory.

 

The Monarchs now head to provincials to battle it out with the Brandon Wheat Kings for the pride of the province in a best of three series. The winner will go on to represent Manitoba in the Western Canadian Bantam Championships in Okotoks Alberta.

Provincial Match up at Seven Oaks Sportplex:

 

March 18th: 7:45pm

 

March 19th: 3:00pm

 

March 20th: 1:15pm


City Migdet Semi-Finals:

In City Midget action, both Semi-Final match ups concluded last week with the Monarchs and Selects needing the 4th game to decide who moves on to face the Hawks. The first two frames of the game were played tightly on both sides. The Eastman came out on a positive note when Matthew Hill scored just two minutes into the first. However after a scoreless second period, the Monarchs took the game into their own hands, tallying three in the third. Matthew Major potted two out of the total three goals, one of which was on the power-play. The Monarchs now look to the Hawks for an exciting City Midget finals match up. 


Bantam 2 Playoff Recap: Hawks, Sharks
Posted by: AAA Winnipeg
Thursday, March 10, 2016

With the top seeded Monarchs finishing off the Warriors in five games, the other half of the Bantam 2 division raged on with game 6 of the Sharks/Hawks series on Wednesday, March 9th at the Maples.
 

 

Leading up to game 6 the Sharks had a 3-1 strangle hold on the series. However, each Sharks victory thus far had been a 1-goal game. In game 5 with their backs against the wall, the Hawks stood their ground with a convincing 6-2 win. Key factors for the Hawks were Sequoia Swan netting a hat-trick with the help of top defenceman Quinn Hedgecock who contributed two assists.

 

The Hawks carried this momentum into game 6, breaking the scoring open, and taking a 4-1 lead by the start of the second period. The Hawks were dominant in the majority of the second period. Causing lots of trouble for Sharks defence to move the puck through the neutral zone, generating most of their scoring opportunities from Sharks turnovers. The Sharks had very few quality chances but the Hawks net minder handled all the rubber sent his way.

 

In the third period the Sharks were too hot to handle, the Hawks seemed shell shocked by their push back as the Sharks scored two goals following penalty troubles. With 5 minutes left and the 4-3 nail-biter, it was any teams game. Carl Ingalls got his second tally of the game, giving the Hawks the insurance they needed with 6:22 on the clock. The Hawks finished with the empty net for a 6-3 win extending the series to a 7th game!

 

Check out game 7 Friday, March 11 at the Maples!
 
 
 

City Midget Playoff Recap
Posted by: AAA Winnipeg
Thursday, March 10, 2016

The Warriors and Lightning Quarter-final series needed no more than three games to merit the Warriors Semi-Final birth. So far Luc Alarie, Troy Brown, and Kyle Lang lead their team with 15 combined points in 5 games.  The Warriors along with the top seeded Monarchs and Hawks awaited to see the results of the last game in a possible 5 game series between the Sharks and Eastman Selects.
 
 

Sharks/Eastman: 

In game five of a two all series between the Sharks and Selects, it was the visiting Eastman that rose to the occasion stealing the win 3-1, Wednesday March 2nd at the MTS Iceplex.

Both teams came out with their own amount physical presence. What made the Eastman successful was their hunger and team speed, along with a shut down defense in their zone.  The Sharks skilled players put together creative passing plays and finesse, but tonight it did not match well with the Eastman game.

Down 3-0 halfway through the third period the Sharks generate lots of scoring chances, stretching out the neutral zone. Goaltender Wyatt Emes kept his cool in the pipes and turned away some big scoring chances. The Sharks did manage a late tally but it was not enough to get back in with 2 minutes left the Eastman didn't let the Sharks come close to the net, sealing the series win.

As of March 9th the Hawks and Warriors series didn't need more than 3 games. The Hawksonly allowed 4 goals in 3 games and with gifted offensive forwards they will have some extra rest as they watch the other series unfold. The Monarchs and Selects match up is at a pivotal point in the series. The Monarchs have a 2-1 series lead going into tonight's game, giving the Monarchs a chance to take command on the series and on the other hand the Select have the opportunity to completely level the series into a best of three. 

Bantam 1 Playoff Recap: Sharks,Warriors
Posted by: AAA Winnipeg
Monday, March 07, 2016

Warriors vs Sharks:

 

Series Recap: In the Warriors and Sharks match up it was a different dynamic. The Warriors speed and impenetrable fore-check proved to be too taxing. Add a couple handfuls of sharp shooters and you've got some high scoring games. The series goal total was 24 - 4 in favor of the Warriors. Jayson Szun, Kyle Bettens, and Colby Jaquet sit at the top of all three AAA divisions with 12,10, and 8 points respectively.

 

Saturdays game was the fourth and final bout for the Warriors and Sharks. The Sharks kept the Warriors in check for the first half of the game, down only a goal after two. In the first and third periods the Sharks racked up 9 infractions for 26 minutes with man short. In the final frame the Warriors left nothing to chances, potting 4 unanswered goals and moving on to face a familiar and formidable foe in the City match up.


Bantam 1 Playoff Recap: Hawks,Monarchs
Posted by: AAA Winnipeg
Monday, March 07, 2016

Hawks vs Monarchs - Series at 3-0 for the Monarchs

Series Recap: The first two games were nail biters with a combined goal total of 6 from the Monarchs and 4 from the Hawks. Head Coach Neil Chow had his team working as a unit, shutting down the Monarch offensive depth. In the third game it was one action filled 2nd period that ending with a 3-1 lead for a 4-1 Monarch final thanks to a solid game from Isaac Poulter.

 

Last Saturdays Bantam 1 Divisional double-header kicked off with the Monarchs and Hawks. The Hawks had their backs against the wall, down 3-0 in the series it was do or die. This was enough to light their fire, coming out the gate hard, capitalizing first off a Chase Barkely shot. Despiting gaining a timely man-advantage the Hawks were outworked by the Monarch penalty kill. This Generated momentum for the last 8 minutes of the period resulting in two Monarch goals from Mitchell Joss and Jonny Hooker to go up 2-1 by the end of the first frame.

 

From this point on the Monarchs brought their top game, not afraid to get in the corners with an extra playoff edge and urgency. This gave them space for their puck possession and passing. The Hawks had their own sparks of success when hemming the Monarchs forcing a tired penalty resulting in the penalty shot for Brody Lubkey, who made no mistake coming in alone on Medwick to tie the game 2-2.

 

Monarch Captain Jonathon Lambos established his territorial dominance on the power play blasting the puck from the point past Hawks netminder Teo Nocita.

 

In the third the Monarch stretched out the play, many times slipping behind the Hawks defenseman with either a pass or flip for the Monarch forwards to skate on for breakaways and two on one's. The Monarchs scored two more goals to seal the deal on the 4-0 series sweep.
 

The Bantam 1 Monarchs and Warriors series kicks off on Saturday March 5th at Notre Dame Arena.

City Final:

The series is two games in with a back-to-back match up taking place on Saturday and Sunday. Both teams so far have established that the repeat of last years match will be a bigger, faster, and stronger fight for glory.  Both have scoring power, both have the depth as a team, the answer lies within each teams ability to execute their game. So far they have taken turns in that regard. The Warriors came out flexing with a four-goal second period. The final score was 5-3 Warriors. On Saturday the Monarchs displayed their prowess scoring two goals a period to overcome the Warriors 6-3. Game 3 take place on Tuesday March 8th at Notre Dame Arena.  

Bantam 2 Playoff Recap
Posted by: Winnipeg AAA
Monday, March 07, 2016

Warriors vs Monarchs

 

Tuesday March 1st was the genesis of the Bantam 2 divisions preliminary playoff match ups featuring the Warriors vs. Monarchs and the Sharks vs. Hawks at the Maples.

 

The Monarchs came out roaring in game 1 with a 13-2 victory over the Warriors. In games two and three the Monarchs got by but not quiet as easy. On Sunday in game 4 the Warriors showed their will by strike back to keep the series alive with a huge 2-1 OT winner scored by Bryden Kiesman.

 

While in the Sharks Hawks series, the two served up a back and forth game, the Sharks pulling away with the first game with three unanswered goals after the Hawks came out with a 2-0 lead until late in the first period. Game two was also a marginal win on the Sharks part squeaking by with a 2-1 victory. The Hawks showed their will to battle against adversity with a solid battle back in game 3 but unfortunately another close loss in game four. Their backs are against the wall tonight in game 5.


Bantam 1 Finals
Posted by: Winnipeg AAA
Tuesday, March 01, 2016

Please be advised that the a change has been made to the Bantam 1 finals.  The date of March 9th is now being used by each team for a 1 hour practice and 7:30pm on March 15 has been added as game 7.
 
 

2015/16 Season Stats
Posted by: Winnipeg AAA
Monday, February 29, 2016

Bantam 1

http://www.winnipegaaa.com/site/3333/page.asp?LeagueID=9802&DivisionID=27&Page=scoring

Goalies

http://www.winnipegaaa.com/site/3333/page.asp?LeagueID=9802&DivisionID=27&Page=Goalie_Leaders2

Bantam 1 west

http://www.winnipegaaa.com/site/3333/page.asp?LeagueID=9802&DivisionID=28&Page=scoring

Goalies

http://www.winnipegaaa.com/site/3333/page.asp?LeagueID=9802&DivisionID=28&Page=Goalie_Leaders2

Bantam 2

http://www.winnipegaaa.com/site/3333/page.asp?LeagueID=9802&DivisionID=30&Page=scoring

Goalies

http://www.winnipegaaa.com/site/3333/page.asp?LeagueID=9802&DivisionID=30&Page=Goalie_Leaders2

City Midget

http://www.winnipegaaa.com/site/3333/page.asp?LeagueID=9802&DivisionID=29&Page=scoring

Goalies

http://www.winnipegaaa.com/site/3333/page.asp?LeagueID=9802&DivisionID=29&Page=Goalie_Leaders2

Teams

http://www.winnipegaaa.com/site/3333/page.asp?LeagueID=9802&SeasonID=10&Page=Team_List


February Calendar Winners
Posted by: Winnipeg AAA
Wednesday, February 17, 2016

The February 2016 calendar winners are now posted on the Calendar Winner page which can be viewed by clicking here

VP Cup Registrations
Posted by: Winnipeg AAA
Tuesday, February 16, 2016

Registration for the 2016 VP Cup is now open. Click here to register

Accepting Coaching Applications for VP Cup Tournament
Posted by: Winnipeg AAA
Thursday, February 11, 2016

Coaches interested in becoming involved with the Hockey Winnipeg Vice Presidents Cup either as a head coach or assistant coach should send Shawn Ward an email expressing your interest. Coaches who wish to take part in Hockey Manitoba's Directors Cup will have to have taken part as a coach in the VP Cup.

 

The VP Cup will consist of holding 2 hours of development on ice sessions held between April 1st- 8th, as well as Coaching your given team for the duration of the VP Cup Tournament held April 8th-12th @ Selkirk Rec Complex and East Selkirk Arena.

 

All interested parties are to email Shawn Ward at development@hockeywinnipeg.ca or alternatively can contact Shawn at 204-784-5454 [ext. 104]. Hockey Winnipeg will be accepting applications untilMarch 18th, 2016.


Vice President's Cup:
Posted by: Winnipeg AAA
Thursday, February 11, 2016

The VP cup is Hockey Winnipeg's precursor to Hockey Manitoba's Directors Cup. This tournament is an event open to high calibre players born in 2002 (Minor Bantam). This program features two development session along with a competitive tournament April 8th-12th, held out of Selkirk, MB. Players who wish to move onto the Hockey Manitoba Directors' Cup and WHL Skills Combine must register for the Hockey Winnipeg VP Cup. Development Sessions will take place between April 1st and 8th, avoiding spring break as much as possible. Session times and dates are TBD.

 

Registration for the Hockey Winnipeg VP Cup will open February 16th, 2016, with priority spots held for both AAA and AA players. Deadline to register is March 11, 2016. Price for the VP Cup program will be $150.00 per player.

 

Should you have any questions, please contact our Development Coordinator, Shawn Ward, at 204-784-5454 [ext. 104] or development@hockeywinnipeg.ca


Featured Games: Bantam 1 & City Midget
Posted by: AAA Winnipeg
Tuesday, February 09, 2016


Bantam 1 Division: Monarchs 5, Warriors 4 OT
 
 

 

Up to this point in the year the Warriors have proven themselves to be the Monarchs biggest rival and in their final match up, a potential first place was on the line depending on their final games of the regular season. At this point in the year, the overall pace has picked up with all teams and it was none stop back and forth play that made for many neutral zone battles. Defensively the Warriors positioning and fore checking gave the Monarchs difficulty all over the ice, with not much space given at their blue line, in front of the net, or in the corners. Both teams had their own high points in the game. The Warriors were best when generating speed and an aggressive fore-check, collapsing the Monarchs down low opening up high slot shot opportunities. The Monarchs having the depth to rely more on skill found their success through time on possession, controlling the play for large periods of time, setting up scoring opportunities. This top-two match up delivered, trading four goals each through 60 minutes and could not be settled in regulation time. The Monarchs came out on top in the shoot out.

 

 

City Midget Division: Hawks 4, Warriors 1

 
 
The Hawks and Warriors going into the game were a close 2nd and 3rd with a four a point game on the line. As expected this game showcased great compete with that edge unique to the City Midget group as always making for an exciting and potentially rough game. The Warrior came with a hard fore-check all game, out shooting the Hawks but in the end it was Logan Theissens calm leadership in the pipes that guided his team to victory. With a tight game right to the finish, it seemed as though the Warriors had fallen victim to the rope-a-dope, as the Hawks put on some offensive pressure late in the period securing the victory. 

AAA Presents Scholarships
Posted by: Winnipeg AAA
Tuesday, February 09, 2016

AAA Council proudly presents the annual Athletic Scholarships of $500 each to Bison players Justin Augert, Luke Paulsen, Channing Bresciani  and Warren Callis

Playoff Schedules
Posted by: Winnipeg AAA
Friday, February 05, 2016

The 2015/16 playoff schedules are starting to be finalized and the draws will be posted here.  Once all draws are completed they games will be added to the team sites.

City Midget All-Star Day Coverage
Posted by: AAA Winnipeg
Wednesday, February 03, 2016


 
TORONTO 6, MONTREAL 4

Skills Competition Awards:

 

Fastest Skater: Cody Behun

Puck Control: Mason Waite

Hardest Shot: Darren Gisti

Rapid Fire Shooting: Noah Couch

Breakaway Shooting: Troy Brown

Goaltending: Logan Thiessen

 

Top Players:

Goaltender: Logan Thiessen (Team Toronto)

Forward: Dawson Braun(Team Toronto)

Top Defenseman: Cole Dekoninck (Team Toronto)

 

MVP: Hunter Coultier (Winner of two ticket to Jets vs Buffalo)

 

Relay Challenge Winners:

 

Team Toronto:

-       Sam Stewart

-       Jordan Hildebrand

-       Tanner Chamberlin

Cody Behun 

Bantam 1 All-Star Day Coverage
Posted by: AAA Winnipeg
Wednesday, February 03, 2016

 
CHICAGO 6, DETROIT 4 
Skills Competition Awards:

Fastest Skater: Callum Fortin

Puck Control: Logan Rands

Hardest Shot: Ryden Fedyck

Rapid Fire Shooting: Eric Fawkes

Breakaway Shooting: Tristan Robins

Goaltending: Cody Williams

 

Relay Race Team:

Team Chicago:

-       Issac Poulter

-       Reese Vitelli

-       Callum Fortin

-       Justin Svenson

 

Top Players:

Goaltender: Isaac Poulter (Team Chicago)

Forward: Dylan Halliday (Team New York)

Top Defenseman: Jonny Lambos (Team Chicago) 

Bantam 2 All-Star Day Coverage
Posted by: AAA Winnipeg
Wednesday, February 03, 2016

 

NEWYORK 9, BOSTON 4  

Skills Competition Awards:

 

Fastest Skater: Stephan Grahn

Puck Control: Alex Loschiavo

Hardest Shot: Tyson Fincaryk

Rapid Fire Shooting: Anthony Kehrer

Breakaway Shooting: Seth Jarvis

Goaltending: Dante Giannuzzi


Top Players:

Goaltender: Dante Giannuzzi (Team New York)

Forward: Seth Jarvis (Team New York)

Top Defenseman: Anthony Kehrer 

Playoff Schedules
Posted by: Winnipeg AAA
Tuesday, February 02, 2016

The 2015/16 playoff schedules are starting to be finalized and the draws will be posted here.  Once all draws are completed they games will be added to the team sites.

January Calendar Winners
Posted by: Winnipeg AAA
Friday, January 22, 2016

The January Calendar Winners have been posted on the website.  Please select Calendar Winners from the left hand menu to view the results 

All-Star Game Video
Posted by: Winnipeg AAA
Thursday, January 21, 2016


 
 

Save Percentage
Posted by: Winnipeg AAA
Friday, October 04, 2013

Although the goaltender statistic are currently showing save percentage the information is not accurate.  In order to have the goaltender information show on the team page, shots on goal have to be entered and at this point 30 per game are being put in. This is being looked at to have the actual numbers provided

>> Coaches Wanted - Wednesday, March 16, 2016
>> Coaches Wanted - Wednesday, March 16, 2016
>> All-Star Day Press Conference - Thursday, January 07, 2016
>> All-Star Day Information - Tuesday, January 05, 2016
>> GOW: Selects 5, Sharks 1 [BANTAM 1] - Sunday, December 20, 2015
>> Grand Forks Exhibition Series - Saturday, December 19, 2015
>> Games Postponed - Wednesday, December 16, 2015
>> GOW: Monarch 4, Hawks 3 [BANTAM 2] - Monday, December 07, 2015
>> GOW: Monarchs 6, Sharks 0 [BANTAM 1] - Sunday, November 15, 2015
>> GOW Part 2: Wild 6, Thrashers 3 - Sunday, November 08, 2015
>> GOW - Part 1: Warriors 4, Hawks 1 (Bantam 2 Division) - Thursday, November 05, 2015
>> GOW: Monarchs 6, Hawks 5 (SO) - Monday, October 26, 2015
>> GOW: Monarchs 3, Warriors 1 - Tuesday, October 20, 2015
>> City Midget Schedule - Thursday, October 15, 2015
>> Schedule - Sunday, September 27, 2015
>> Schedules - Monday, September 21, 2015
>> Opportunities for Athletic Therapists/Trainers - Sunday, July 19, 2015
>> Coaching Opportunity - Wednesday, July 08, 2015
>> 2015 AAA Tryouts - Tuesday, June 02, 2015
>> 2015 AAA Conditioning Camp - Tuesday, June 02, 2015
>> 2015-16 AAA Coaches - Wednesday, May 27, 2015
>> Hockeys Hidden Heroes - Monday, April 20, 2015
>> DC Prospects players - Monday, April 20, 2015
>> Coaching Applications - Monday, April 20, 2015
>> Western Canada Bantam Championships - Monday, April 06, 2015
>> Western Canadian Bantam Championships - Saturday, April 04, 2015
>> Western Canadian Bantam Championships - Friday, April 03, 2015
>> Bantam Provinvials - Sunday, March 29, 2015
>> GOW2: Monarchs 3, Warriors 1 - City MIdget Playoff Finals - Friday, March 27, 2015
>> GOW: Monarchs 3, Warriors 2 (OT) - Bantam 2 Playoffs - Wednesday, March 25, 2015
>> GOW: AAA Playoff Final Action - Saturday, March 21, 2015
>> GOW: AAA Playoff Final Action - Friday, March 20, 2015
>> Game of the Week: Warriors 4, Sharks 2 - Bantam 2 - Tuesday, March 10, 2015
>> Game Cancelation - Saturday, March 07, 2015
>> Game of the Week: Hawks 6, Selects 1 - City Midget - Tuesday, March 03, 2015
>> Game of the Week: Warriors 6, Hawks 3- City Midget - Friday, February 13, 2015
>> Playoff Draws - Tuesday, February 10, 2015
>> Western Bantam Website - Monday, February 09, 2015
>> Call for Volunteers - Monday, February 09, 2015
>> Western Bantam Sponsor Packages - Monday, February 09, 2015
>> Game of the Week: Monarchs 9, Interlake 3 - Bantam 1 East - Sunday, February 08, 2015
>> Game of the Week: Central Plains 8, Warriors 7 - Bantam 2 - Sunday, February 01, 2015
>> Game of the Week: Parkland Rangers 4, Pembina Valley Hawks 2 - Bantam 1 West - Monday, January 26, 2015
>> Game of the Week: Warriors 3, Sharks 3 - City Midget - Sunday, January 18, 2015
>> Call for Volunteers - Wednesday, January 14, 2015
>> ALL-STAR DAY - Wednesday, January 14, 2015
>> All-Star Roster - Friday, January 09, 2015
>> ALL-STAR DAY PRESS CONFERENCE - Thursday, January 08, 2015
>> Bantam 2 Game - Thursday, January 08, 2015
>> All-Star Day - Wednesday, January 07, 2015
>> Exhibition Series - Saturday, December 20, 2014
>> Practice Schedules - Saturday, September 20, 2014
>> Schedules - Friday, September 19, 2014
>> 2014/15 Schedules - Thursday, September 18, 2014
>> 2014 AAA Tryouts - Wednesday, May 28, 2014
>> 2014 AAA Conditioning Camp - Thursday, May 15, 2014
>> WHL Combine - Thursday, May 15, 2014
>> AAA Coaches - Sunday, May 11, 2014
>> Hockey Winnipeg Job Postings - Tuesday, April 15, 2014
>> Bantam Westerns - Friday, April 04, 2014
>> AAA Coaches - Thursday, April 03, 2014
>> Wild finish gives Wild midget title - Thursday, April 03, 2014
>> Monarchs Crowned Provincial Champs - Sunday, March 23, 2014
>> Warriors Capture Bantam 2 Championship - Sunday, March 23, 2014
>> Bantam AAA Provincials - Saturday, March 22, 2014
>> Sharks take City Midget title - Saturday, March 22, 2014
>> Bantam AAA Provincials - Saturday, March 22, 2014
>> Monarchs Capture Bantam 1 Title - Friday, March 14, 2014
>> HW President's Cup Registration - Thursday, March 13, 2014
>> Hockey Winnipeg Vice Presidents Cup - Friday, March 07, 2014
>> Game of the Week: Hawks 4, Warriors 1 - Bantam 1 - Thursday, February 27, 2014
>> Game of the Week: Hawks 4, Selects 3 - City Midget - Friday, February 21, 2014
>> Respect In Sport - Friday, February 14, 2014
>> Game of the Week: Monarchs 8, Cougars 0 - Bantam 1 - Wednesday, February 12, 2014
>> Game of the Week: Sharks 2, Lightning 1 - City Midget - Tuesday, February 04, 2014
>> Game of the Week: Monarchs 6, Warriors 3 - Bantam II - Monday, January 27, 2014
>> Cancelation - Sunday, January 26, 2014
>> Playoff Schedules - Saturday, January 25, 2014
>> Game of the Week: Hawks 7, Sharks 4 - City Midget - Sunday, January 19, 2014
>> Cancelation - Wednesday, January 15, 2014
>> Calendar Winners - Tuesday, January 14, 2014
>> Team South Sweeps Games on All-Star Saturday - Sunday, January 12, 2014
>> AAA All-Star Day - Thursday, January 09, 2014
>> Error - AAA All-Star Letter - Sunday, January 05, 2014
>> Game of the Week: Wheat Kings 6, Sharks 4 - Bantam 2 - Tuesday, December 24, 2013
>> Game of the Week: Sharks 7, Monarchs 4 - City Midget - Monday, December 16, 2013
>> Game of the Week: Thrashers 2, Wild 1 - AAA Midget - Thursday, December 05, 2013
>> Game of the Week: Sharks 3, Hawks 0 - City Midget - Monday, December 02, 2013
>> Game of the Week: Selects 6, Warriors 4 - Bantam I - Sunday, November 24, 2013
>> Game of the Week: Monarchs 3, Hawks 2 - City Midget - Monday, November 18, 2013
>> Game of the Week: Warriors 5, Sharks 1 - Bantam 2 - Saturday, November 09, 2013
>> Game of the Week: Warriors 7, Selects 3 - City Midget - Friday, November 01, 2013
>> Game of the Week: Monarchs 5, Rangers 4 - Bantam 1 - Sunday, October 27, 2013
>> Game of the Week: Monarchs 7, Hawks 3 - Bantam 2 - Sunday, October 20, 2013
>> Bantam 1 West - Saturday, October 12, 2013
>> Missing Informtion - Wednesday, October 09, 2013
>> Game Recap - Thursday, October 03, 2013
>> Game Recap - Wednesday, October 02, 2013
>> Practice Ice - Friday, September 27, 2013
>> Schedule Updates - Wednesday, September 25, 2013
>> Pre-Season Goaltenders Clinic - Tuesday, September 24, 2013
>> Orientation Day - Tuesday, September 24, 2013
>> AAA Tryout Schedule - Tuesday, September 03, 2013
>> Trainer Needed - Friday, August 16, 2013
>> 2013/14 AAA Coaches Announced - Thursday, June 06, 2013
>> 2nd Annual Dianne Woods Memorial Golf Tournament - Tuesday, June 04, 2013
>> Conditioning Camp - Friday, May 24, 2013
>> AAA Conditioning Camp - Thursday, May 23, 2013
>> IP Coaching Clinic - Monday, May 06, 2013
>> WHL Bantam Draft - Thursday, May 02, 2013
>> AAA Tryouts - Wednesday, May 01, 2013
>> AAA Updates - Friday, April 26, 2013
>> Coaches Wanted - Sunday, April 21, 2013
>> City Midget - Sunday, April 21, 2013
>> Bantam 1 - Sunday, April 21, 2013
>> AAA Launches New Website - Thursday, April 11, 2013

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