It was a busy weekend for the Central Plains male Midget AAA Capitals.
The Portage Terriers announced today that the team has acquired 18-year-old goaltender Kurtis Chapman from the SJHL's Estevan Bruins in exchange for future considerations. In two games for the Bruins, the Airdrie, Alta. native posted a 3.39 GAA along with a .900 save percentage.
Despite losing offensive juggernauts Brad and Shawn Bowles to graduation and Nick Henry to the Western Hockey League’s Regina Pats, the Terriers are the highest scoring team in the league.
It was a decisive victory for the PCI Saints.
The Portage Terriers jump one spot in the Manitoba Junior Hockey League's MJHL Week 3 power rankings.
A pair of Terriers have been named to the Manitoba Junior Hockey League's College Hockey Prospect Watch List.
The Manitoba Junior Hockey League announced that Portage Terriers forward Jeremey Leipsic has been named the Recycle Everywhere MJHL Player of the Week.
It was two vastly different Terrier performances but the same result each night for a weekend home-and-home series between Portage and Selkirk.
They needed a shootout to do it but the Caps won their third straight game to start the season.