Last night in a busy MJHL schedule, which featured 10 teams on the ice, Portage was in Selkirk to battle the Steelers.
The Selkirk roster, which is loaded with scoring talent such as Kyle and Brent Howarth, Adam Sergerie and Jason Frykas, riddled Terrier netminder, Mike Marino with 60 plus shots and defeated Portage, 6-2.
Terrier head coach, Blake Spiller, says they knew going into the game that Selkirk had a dangerous hockey club, and after getting into some penalty trouble early on, the Steelers showed the Dogs just how potent their offence is, jumping out to a 2-0 lead. Spiller adds that the Terriers had difficulty containing their opponent down low last night and with their size and speed, the Steelers gave the Terriers a lesson in the game of hockey.
Highlights on the night were 3 assists for Kyle Howarth and 2 goals for Brent Howarth. Scoring for Portage were Mike Audino and Jeremy Dawes. Robbie Roteliuk was held pointless upon his return to the Terriers from the WHL.
Results from other games last night saw Winnipeg South keep their undefeated record in tact with a 6-0 win over Swan Valley, Southeast and OCN tied at 6, Winkler downed Waywayseecappo 7-4 and Dauphin is also still perfect this year as they dumped Neepawa 4-1.
The Montreal Alouettes halted a six-game losing streak and moved
into sole possession of first place in the CFL East with a 23-20
victory over Winnipeg. Damon Duval booted four field goals for the
Alouettes, while Robert Edwards ran two yards for his league-leading
13th touchdown of the season.