The Macdonald Swarm scored five unanswered second period goals en route to a 7-4 victory over the Springfield Xtreme in Sanford. Eric Bossyut, Oliver Lotscher and Coltyn Plaitin had two goals each for the Swarm. Braeden Rebeck, Brady Chambers, Dylan Goldsworthy and Kai Orchard replied for the Xtreme who are tied with the Red River Mudbugs for second place in the Hanover Tache Junior Hockey League. Springfield and Red River both have 28 points and each team has three games left.

The Niverville Nighthawks dropped a 4-2 decision to the Virden Oil Capitals. Carson Reed and Desmond Johnson did the goal scoring for the Nighthawks who have lost four of their last five games. 

Aiden Peters potted the overtime winner to lift St. Malo past the Arborg Ice Dawgs 3-2. Radek Merasty and Ashton Dubois scored in regulation for the Warriors who are 12 points back of the Capital Region Junior Hockey League leading Selkirk Fishermen and eight points ahead of the third place Ice Dawgs.

Easton Gaffray scored 1:43 into overtime as Eastman defeated the Parkland Rangers 5-4 in Dauphin. Mario Gagnon, Colton Pakoo, Roan Coe and Kasen Mateychuk scored in regulation for the Selects. Francois Gagnon made 27 saves.

The Ile des Chenes Northstars scored four first period goals en route to a 7-2 victory over the Winkler Royals. Justin Tremblay and Tyler Swerdyliak had two goals each for the Northstars (8-5-1) who moved into a tie for third place with the Morden Bombers and Warren Mercs. All three teams have 17 points. Riley Beauchemin, Justin Dumontier and Josh Beauchemin also scored for Ile des Chenes. Steve Doell and Aaron Lewadniuk replied for the Royals (6-8-1) who are five points ahead of the Carman Beavers in the race for the eighth and final playoff spot. Winkler and Carman have three games left. 

Nate Danielson and Rylen Roersma did the goal scoring and Carson Bjarnason made 19 saves as Brandon shutout the Edmonton Oil Kings 2-0. The Wheat Kings got five of a possible six points on their three-game Alberta road trip. Mason Beaupit stopped all 20 shots he faced as Winnipeg blanked the Moose Jaw Warriors 6-0. Ty Nash and Connor McClennon scored power play goals and Matthew Savoie and Owen Pederson scored shorthanded goals for the Ice. 

Karson Kuhlman scored the go-ahead goal 8:44 into the third period and Kevin Stenlund added an empty netter with 27 seconds left as Winnipeg defeated Philadelphia 5-3. Mark Scheifele, Kyle Connor and Axel Jonsson-Fjallby also scored for the Jets who have two wins and two losses on their five-game road trip that wraps up Tuesday in Nashville

Dominic Toninato scored twice, including the overtime winner as the Manitoba Moose shaded the Texas Stars 4-3.


The Eastman Selects faced the Parkland Rangers twice this past weekend in Dauphin. Head coach Dwight Hirst will join Clayton Dreger on the Selects Report which airs Mondays at 5:15 p.m. on AM 1250 Radio.