Win it All in Provincials!
Provincial A Champions
Tigers win 3-2 in Estevan!!
A battle right to the end! After
a long long road, the kids make
it to the end and win
the Midget A Provincial Title!
Way to go!
Thank you to the awesome sponsors
who got the kids there in good shape
by getting them the best bus ever!
It made all the difference!
The kids and their families thank you!
Thank you to all the fans for your support!
Brothers Christopher and Matt Mitchell
with parents Mike and Rayanne
Tied at 3 going into the third in Dodsland a
beautiful Ren Taylor goal for Dodsland
proved to be the winner and the edge in
front of a sold out crowd. Congratulations
to the Dodsland/Luseland Midgets for
a great battle!! Dodsland knows how
to host a great game!
We say Farewell and Thank You to:
3rd year veterans who finish their
Minor Hockey with Kerrobert Midgets
and what a year it was!
Thanks to the Coaches of the Midgets
Brad Murphy and Garry Anderson
for many successfull seasons and
their many years of dedication
to these kids and teaching them
many team and life skills that they
will use the rest of their lives!
Thanks for the memories!
Kerrobert Midgets 2011
Provincial A Champions
Fan Appreciation Night!
Kerrobert Minor Hockey showed it's appreciation
to the fans of Minor Hockey by
letting everyone into the biggest game
of the year for free!
Thank you to all the fans who encourage
the kids and make the game
that much more enjoyable!
Midgets take game 2 in OT!
Taylor Murphy dazzled his opponents and the
crowd with a hat trick to lead his team to
defeat the potent Dodsland/Luseland Midgets
to take the series to a game 3 in Dodsland!
Tanner Burgardt stood tall in the net to keep
their offensive weapons at bay in overtime
and through out the game!
All the kids came to play on this night,
and they were not to be denied
In a fast paced battle between the
number 1 and number 2 teams in the league
and the provincial A and D champs
the fans were treated to some amazing
hockey to end the Minor Hockey season!
Thanks to West Wind Aviation for their generous sponsorship in helping
the Midgets get to La Ronge for game 2
Thank you to:
Kerrobert Credit Union - For donation
of 100 frisbees for Frisbee toss
Bahm's Auto &
Kerrobert Paint & Body
for Guaranteed $500 50/50
Tripple H Oilfield & Don Ostrowski
for Donation Prize at Frisbee toss
Pee Wees Win League
Pee Wee League Final
Dodsland/Luesland returned to
Kerrobert on Friday march 18
but this night would be a different
story. They weren't to be embarrassed
again, but it was too little too late.
Kerrobert took the game 3-2
and the series for the Hi-Way 14
Pee Wee League Title!
Pee Wees were in Luseland for Game 1
Dodsland/Luseland Pee Wees came
hard but could only squeeze one goal
past netminder Dallan Tuchsherer who
led his Tigers in an 8-1 game 1 victory
to bring home to game 2 on Friday!
Midget A Provincial Final
The Midgets met up with a fast skating
hard hitting Estevan team that kept flying
the whole game. Stephen Schraefel
netted the first goal on a ripper from
the blue line and added an assist on
a Matt Mitchell tip. Taylor Murphy
buried a huge second goal from
Mason Anderson and Matt Mitchell.
Tanner Burgardt had an amazing game
for the shutout to carry his Tigers
with a 3 goal lead into Estevan
Pee Wees in Kamsack
Up by 2 goals the Pee Wees rolled into Kamsack
looking to put the icing on the cake. It was not to be.
Not on this day. They faced a big fast determined squad
in front of their screaming home crowd the Flyers
would not be denied.
Kerrobert took it right to the wire giving up the
game winner with less than a minute on the clock.
They can hold their heads high, with a good run
into the provincial Northern finals.
Way to go! Now on to the league finals!
Midget League Semi Final
Midgets disposed of the Eston/Eatonia/Leader
Flyers in fine fasion last night progressing to
the final round of Hi-Way 14 Midget league
playoffs with Dodsland/ Luseland!
The Initiation Tigers entertained
the fans with a game during the first
intermission. They also accompanied the
Midgets on the ice for Oh Canada!
They are great fun.
42 Midgets, Parents, Grandparents
and fans travelled to Laronge by
Plane, bus and automobile
to face off against the Ice Wolves!
The Tigers got down a goal early
but battled back to hammer out a7-2
victory that will take them into the
Provincial Final with Estevan over
the next 2 weeks!
Bantams Battle to the Bell!
Down by 2 goals in the 2 game
series with Biggar, the Bantam Tigers
had a miision at home Sunday night
to extend the season.
Up 2-1 then down 4-3, the battle
back up to 5-4 the lead they kept
till the final minute. Kerrobert pulled their
Goalie to even up the series but
Biggar tucked the empty netter
to end the Bantam's season.
A hard fought battle to the end kept
the fans on their feet!
The Bantams had a great season
with only 10 skaters they have
improved all year and played
some amazing hockey!
Way to go guys!
Pee Wees Squeak a Win!
Kamsack came out flying, netting 2
quick goals in the first period.
Chad Westman and Tylo Anderson
led their Tigers to a comeback win
over Kamsack finally taking
the lead with a 7-5 win.
The kids will travel back to Kamsack
next Saturday to wrap up the
SHA Northern Final!
Atoms take Game 1
Erin Hebron led her team in scoring
and battled to a 6-5 victory over
Biggar on Wed night!
In a back and forth game
the atoms held on to the slim lead to
take into game 2 at biggar.
Midget Northern Final Game 1
Taylor Murphy led his fellow
combatants with a hat trick and
goal tender Tanner Burgardt hammered
out a shut out, to take game 1
of the Northern final series
against La Ronge by a score
Midgets return to Laronge on March 6
Pee Wees take the series!
In Game 1 of Round 4 Pee Wee C in Kerrobert
Pee Wees dominated the Maidstone Jets,
got them down early
and never let them up to the delight of an
arena full of screaming fans!
Pee Wees take game 1 by a score of 15-5
4 goals by Braden Simpson, Tylo Anderson
and Chad Westman 2 by TJ Greschner and
a goal by Mathew Roblin
rounded out the scoring!
That's the way you do it!
Netminder Dustin Waldner took
his band of warriers to a huge
win with a two game series
shutout, racking up big saves on
both nights of the opening round
of Hi-Way 14 League play offs.
The Midgets eliminate the Wilkie Outlaws
with a total point score of 12-0
Pee Wees -
Round 5 -
Pee Wees now move on to a series
with Kamsack see right column
for game times!
Round 4 - Game 1 in Kerrobert
Pee Wees 13 vs. Maidstone Jets 5
Game 2 in Maidstone
was easily taken by Kerrobert
Round 3 - v. Biggar
Game 1 was a blow out by the Tigers
Biggar will not return for game 2.
Series goes to Kerrobert
Round 2 - A speedy, hard hitting
Macklin team was able to tie game 2
but Kerrobert wins the series by
a score of 11 - 7
Round 1- Tylo Anderson puts on another
magic show as he leads his Tigers to
a convincing win over Delisle in
the first round of SHA Provincial C
playoffs. They advance to round 2
Lose to meadow Lake in round 1
and will now concentrate on league
Round 3 - v.Laronge
Game 1 - Won by Kerrobert 6-0
Game 2 - in Laronge Sun Mar 6
Round 2 - Midgets take 2 game series
with Swift Current Wild by a big total score
Round 1- beat Rosthern 6-5 in total points
to take round one. Rosthern is a skilled
team and they came hard with their offensive
weapons, fast skating and puck skills.
They won game 2 but not by enough.
by Tanner Burgardt and strong
team defence held them off long
enough to take the series!
#5 Ben Cholin #20 Derek Schraefel
Pasted by Schraefel
Photos by Tracy Cholin
Pee Wee v. Delisle Round 1 provincials
Kerrobert Initiation Tigers
Photos by Tracy Cholin
Check Out the new and improved
Town of Kerrobert Website
for community events
The five basic principles of Fair Play:
1. RESPECT THE RULES.
2. RESPECT THE OPPONENTS.
3. RESPECT THE OFFICIALS AND THEIR DECISIONS.
4. HAVE EVERYONE PARTICIPATE.
5. MAINTAIN YOUR SELF CONTROL AT ALL TIMES.
Fair Play DOES NOT CHANGE ANY RULES OF THE GAME.
Fair Play ENCOURAGES ALL PLAYERS TO BE AS COMPETITIVE AS POSSIBLE BUT WITHIN THE RULES.
Fair Play is introduced to promote SAFETY and RESPECT, and a positive environment in minor hockey for participants involved. The four main participant groups are; the players, the coaches, the officials, and the parents (spectators). How these four groups interact at any game determines how positive, or how negative the event becomes.
There are an increasing number of concerns becoming more evident in minor hockey today. These concerns go against the principles of Fair Play, what minor hockey represents, and the objectives of recreational minor hockey organizations.
Some concerns in minor hockey are; the lack of respect for opponents, verbal abuse of officials, inappropriate spectator behavior in the stands, violence on the ice, the win-at-all-costs attitude, the increased pressure on young players to win, and the lack of FUN for many.
Remember to cheer for the whole team,
we all wear the same jersey!
Congatulating the other team doesn't make you
a bad parent! It is JUST a game!
Brad Murphy - Head Coach, Western Prairie Thunder Midgets
ps. Gotta love the opening joke!
How to Host a Great Game
A refresher on how to host a good game. It should be an enjoyable experience for the visiting town and the spectators.
Schedule your games through the Rec Director (834-2344) for rink and booth. Contact Darryl Fruhstuk for officials. Contact Clem to put your game on the website.
Workers on the gate should start before the visiting team arrives (about 1.5 hours prior to ice time!) Printed programs make the game much better for all.
50/50 collection should commence right away - Gate and 50/50 helps pay for referees and ice time and keeps fees low.
For games Pee Wee and up, it is advisable to have adult workers for the penalty boxes. For all levels, avoid having children in the clock/penalty box area for insurance and safety reasons. Remember that off-ice officials (scorekeepers, timekeepers, etc) are to remain neutral - no cheering!
Be sure visiting teams know where their dressing room is and have a key ready for them.
Manager or game timekeeper to set up game sheet and deliver to teams to fill out.
Game time keeper usually announces the game. Find out prior to the game how to pronounce the names of the visiting team.
Make sure clock and PA system are working and ready before the game.
Music is an amazing addition to the game during warm ups and play stoppages. Announcing is done during game play.
For playoff games, especially provincial games, announce the players, have them line up on the blue lines to 'Oh Canada". Either have someone sing it or have it on a CD.
Provincial games: Your provincial coordinator will tell you who schedules refs/lines and whether goal judges might be required.
Thanks and good luck to you all for a Great Game!
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