Winnipeg Warriors, Junior Maulers, Southeast Bruins week 2 winners at AAA Hockey Challenge

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The second week of the annual Source for Sports AAA Hockey Challenge is the books. The weekend saw over 40 teams compete for titles in three different divisions. Week 3 of the tournament takes place May 2nd – 5th. All games are held in Brandon and free to attend.

2013 Gold

Ezra Ellams scored four goals and added an assist as the Junior Maulers extended its winning streak to three games with a 8-4 triumph over the MB AllStars 2013 at J and G Homes Arena on Sunday.

Capping off the scoring for the Junior Maulers was Ben Blenkin with two goals, Cooper Galandy and Lucas Railton contributing with a goal each. Knox Thompson added two assists. Goaltender Jaxon Rausch turned aside 21 shots for the Junior Maulers in the win.

Sniping for the MB AllStars 2013 was Dryden KuhlJackson KippenReilly Cooke and Xavier Daneault each adding single tallies. Kuhl added two assists. Goaltender Nixon Schilke made 31 saves in the loss for the MB AllStars 2013.

2013 Silver

Tanner Preteau scored a hat-trick as the Southeast Bruins extended its winning streak to four games with a 7-4 win over the Dead Horse HC at J and G Homes Arena on Sunday.

Rounding out the scoring for the Southeast Bruins was Destin Champagne and Brady HebelHarlow Kosman and Bodhi Blatz chipping in with a goal each. Champagne, Niko Funk and Treyson Drzewiec each added two assists. Goaltender Zander Jowett turned aside 14 shots for the Southeast Bruins in the win.

Striking for the Dead Horse HC was Ridley SambrookEthan RutterDane Yeomans and Dylan Peters with a goal each. Sambrook added two assists. Goaltender Ryder Huck made 29 saves in the loss for the Dead Horse HC.

2012 Gold

Brendan Bourgoin scored two goals including his fourth goal of the tournament with 8:55 remaining in the third period and and added an assist as the Winnipeg Warriors extended their winning streak to five games with a 6-5 triumph over the Wheat City Wild at J and G Homes Arena on Sunday.

Completing the scoring for for the Winnipeg Warriors was Dylan Matthews with two goals and Miles Coy and Max Turcotte chipping in with a goal each. Rowan Whitely added three assists. Goaltender Cruz Morin turned aside 37 shots for the Winnipeg Warriors in the victory.

Finding the back of the net for the Wheat City Wild was Emmitt Bell and Mason Shorting McKay with a pair of goals each and Nolan Harris with a single tally. Bell and Ayden Mott each added two assists. Goaltender Owen Lindenberg made 23 saves in the loss for the Wheat City Wild.