Aaron Dupasquier scored a pair of goals for the Waywayseecappo Wolverines as they dominated the Neepawa Natives 7-2 Friday night in the Manitoba Junior Hockey League.
In Friday’s other MJHL games, it was: Virden Oil Capitals 5, Swan Valley Stampeders 3; and OCN Blizzard 6, Selkirk Steelers 2.
At Waywayseecappo, Jared Sprink added a goal and two helpers for the Wolverines (5-8-1), who scored the game’s first six goals and snapped a five-game losing streak. MacGregor’s Mitch Wiebe made 20 saves for Wayway.
Brandonites Brayden Cuthbert and Clayton Heinrichs both had helpers for the Natives (4-8-3), who got markers from Derrick Brooks and Jaret Smith.
Oil Capitals 5 Stampeders 3
At Swan River, Brandonite Cody Nelson set up the final three goals for the Oil Caps (9-6-0), who went 3-for-4 with the man advantage.
Mack Hardy, Devan Schram, Taylor Fisher, Cory Haverstick and Curtis Houlden all scored for Virden. Andrew Howard, Max Flanagan and Max Provencher replied for the Stampeders (6-8-0).
Before the game, the Oil Capitals added 18-year-old left-winger Ryan McQueen from the Saskatchewan Junior Hockey League’s Flin Flon Bombers for future considerations. McQueen, who was limited to three games and one assist with the Bombers due to injuries, notching one assist played for the Thunder Bay Kings Midget AAA team in the Telus Cup regional tournament last season.
Blizzard 6 Steelers 2
At The Pas, Tyler Grove found the back of the net twice and added three helpers for the Blizzard (8-6-1), who got a pair of goals from Tanner Clark and three assists from Damien Kulynich. Brady Bouchard and Parker Thomas replied for the Steelers (8-3-2).
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Republished from the Brandon Sun print edition October 26, 2013