Sports Hockey

A face-off during the Fisherman vs. Ice Dawgs game at the Arborg-Bifrost Arena Jan. 13. The Fish prevailed over the Dawgs 5-2. (Tammy Karatchuk, For Interlake Publishing, Postmedia Network)

Dawgs split games

The Arborg Ice Dawgs hosted the Selkirk Fishermen in a KJHL Central-Southern match-up at the Arborg-Bifrost Arena Jan. 13.

The Stonewall Flyers’ Barret Schlag (left) and Jordan Cameron of the Morden Redskins engage in fisticuffs during Stonewall’s 7-4 loss to Morden at the VMSC Jan. 13. (Adam Peleshaty, Interlake Publishing, Postmedia Network)

Flyers continue to struggle

With only a few games left in the regular season, the Stonewall Flyers are running out of time to get into better position for the SEMHL playoffs.

Action in front of the Interlake Lightning net in their weekend match against the Norman Northstars. For more on this story, go to page 7. (Juliet Kadzviti, Interlake Publishing, Postmedia Network)

Two in a row

The Interlake Lightning have accomplished something they have not achieved since November, and that is winning back-to-back games at home.

Flyers win

After a 13-4 loss to the Carman Beavers Dec. 17, the Stonewall Flyers returned from the holiday break with a victory.

Clay Tait (left) of the Stonewall Jets is in pursuit by St. Boniface Riels captain Jens Giesbrecht during the Jets’ 4-2 win over the Riels at the VMSC Dec. 18.

Jets soaring

The Stonewall Jets achieved their 15th win this season and remain undefeated against the St. Boniface Riels in the process.

Pistons vs. Steelers

The Selkirk Steelers went skate-to-skate in back-to-back games against the top team in the MJHL, the Steinbach Pistons.

Lorette’s Owen Kintscher (6) carries the puck across the neutral zone as Stonewall’s Dawson Greenwood (12) zeroes in on him. Stonewall downed Lorette 5-2. (Glen Hallick, Interlake Publishing, Postmedia Network)

Rams on a roll

The Stonewall Collegiate Rams boys hockey team are climbing the ladder in the Winnipeg High School Hockey League’s Winnipeg Free Press Division #2 standings.