Neepawa Natives whup Wolverines

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By Eoin Devereux

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After the Waywayseecappo Wolverines jumped out to an early 3-0 lead over the Neepawa Natives in their game on Wednesday, Nov. 1, I was ready to walk out of the Yellowhead Arena. I intended to leave because life is too simply too short to stand around and watch uninspired hockey.  But then something interesting happened; the Neepawa Natives got inspired. 

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Steinbach Pistons humble Neepawa Natives

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The Steinbach Pistons peppered the Neepawa Natives' net with 51 shots during the game, on route to a 10-3 win on Sunday, Oct. 29.

By Eoin Devereux

Neepawa Banner & Press

If there’s one thing to remember from Neepawa’s recent 10-3 loss to the Steinbach Pistons, it’s that if a team loses by one or 100 goals in the game, it’s still only two points in the standings. We should definitely remember that about this game and quickly forget everything else that transpired on the ice at the Yellowhead Arena on Sunday, Oct. 29.

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Neepawa Farmers falter against Border Kings

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Border Kings goaltender Mark Tripp is able to disrupt Neepawa's Ward Szucki's chance on a breakaway, during the second period of their game on Saturday, Oct. 28, at the Yellowhead Arena.

By Eoin Devereux

Neepawa Banner & Press

An ineffective night on special teams proved to be the undoing for the Neepawa Farmers on Saturday, Oct, 28, as they lost to the Boissevain Border Kings 8-4. The Farmers gave up three goals on the penalty kill, as well as surrendering one when they had the man advantage, on the way to their first loss (1-1-0) in the Tiger Hills Hockey League (THHL) regular season.

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Natives roll Kings

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Photo by Micah Waddell: Wednesday night, #11 Justin Metcalf on the break away for the Natives, sadly cut short by a slash from the Dauphin Kings defender, breaking Metcalfs' stick. The Natives defeated the Kings 6-2. The next home game will be Sunday night against Steinbach.

Neepawa pair compete on Westman Wolverines

 

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A pair of Neepawa youth have found success in a prominent gridiron program. For the past two seasons, Ward Brister and Gatlyn Plett have been a part of the Westman Youth football program, which runs from April to June in Brandon.

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