Winnipeg – Super-Spike, presented by Michelob Ultra, is excited to announce that over 300 teams have already registered for the iconic summertime event.  Many more are still expected, with the team registration deadline fast approaching this Friday, July 19th at midnight.  

Super-Spike, which takes place at Winnipeg’s Maple Grove Rugby Park July 26th & 27th, combines Western Canada’s largest outdoor/beach volleyball tournament with a weekend long concert series, all set in a festival atmosphere.  For the second year in a row, Ultimate Frisbee has been added as an additional sport that will run in conjunction with the volleyball tournament.

Hip Hop, Dance and Funk will be taking centre stage this year with Canadian stars Delany Jane, The Funk Hunters, and Kardinal Offishall headlining the main stage at the event.  Local acts Olivia Lunny, Leanne Pearson, The Dust Rhinos, and DJ Zack Daniels have just been added to the music line up. 

Public interested in registering a team for this year’s event can do so by visiting www.superspike.ca. Registration fees are $59 per person, with tournament participants receiving free access for the concert series and on-site festivities.  Weekend passes for non-tournament participants can be purchased in advance for only $35 at www.superspike.ca

All three music headliners will be making their first ever appearance at Super-Spike. A four-time Juno & MMVA winner, Toronto’s ‘Kardinal Offishall’ will headline the main stage on Saturday July 27th, bringing his distinctive hip-hop style, spirited stage performances and captivating persona, that has helped make him a stand out on a world stage.  Offishall boasts a surplus of chart-topping hits that are guaranteed to energize crowds, including “Numba One”, “Body Bounce,” “Turn it Up,” and the smash hit “Dangerous” that made him the first ever Canadian rapper to chart a song on Billboard’s Hot 100.  Joining Offishall will be ‘Delaney Jane,’ a fellow Canadian international star who is currently one of the most recognized voices worldwide in Dance music with recent hits including “Easy Go,” “Bad Habits,” and “Throwback.”  

Headlining the main stage on Friday July 26th will be B.C.’s ‘The Funk Hunters’ who borrow inspiration from classic funk and hip-hop, while putting the soul back into electronic dance music. The DJ duo’s show is a brilliant technical display of creative collaboration between four turntables that have made them regulars and audience favorites at global festivals including Coachella, Osheaga, Burning Man, and Shambhala.

Super-Spike, now in its eighteenth year, acts as a significant local charitable fundraiser with over $1.2 million raised to date for annually selected charities of choice.

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For more information:

Greg Paseshnik

Event General Manager

(204) 890-8397


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Having over 690 broadcasts (in Manitoba alone) in the last 3 years with multiple camera production (up to 9) all free to watch and available to scouts and universities free of charge. As well with our broadcasts teams, scouts, universities can have access to all the camera angles. If we have 5 cameras at a game there are 5 angles to view afterwards.

Want to evaluate just one player – example a AAA player. We have a solution that will film just one player and can be broadcast back to you laptop or phone. Stay at home and evaluate multiple players in one night.

This summer we have launched 3 online TV shows ASTV Sports Talk , ASTV Sports Show and The Goldeyes Show.

This fall and winter we are launching ASTV Hockey Show , ASTV AAA Hockey Show, ASTV JR Hockey Show and 2 others to be announced to go along with our broadcasts and coverage. Fans, families, scouts and universities are asking for more and we are prepared to give it to them.

It is not just about broadcasting for us, it is about full coverage as well and that is the reason for the shows. Please add media@amateursports.tv to your media list as we want to make sure you are covered as well. Players deserve more than just having their names mentioned in a broadcast.

In addition we are pleased to announce a new program where you can have your own online TV or radio station or your own TV Show. You could add $15,000.00 – $50,000.00 and up, to your bottom line.

We look forward to promoting your team, players and leagues.


Amateur Sports Staff

Attention Football Fans , Teams, Leagues and Players

Attention Football Fans , Teams, Leagues and Players 
Amateur Sports TV has launched a couple online TV shows and want to make sure you are covered as well.

ASTV Sports Show is a show just for you and other sports. Please make sure you keep us up to date as to what is happening with your team and league. We want you on our show. 
Every 2 weeks we are on the air with ASTV Sports Show and we want you on the show as well.
Next show July 22

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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Friday, July 12th, 2019

The Winnipeg Goldeyes, in conjunction with the American Association and the St. Paul Saints, announced Friday that infielder Wes Darvill, left-handed pitcher Mitchell Lambson, and right-handed pitcher Victor Capellan have been selected to the 2019 American Association All-Star Game on Tuesday, July 23rd at St. Paul’s CHS Field.
All three players will represent the American Association North Division.  The game will be played in a North versus South format.
Darvill has been voted in by the league’s field managers, general managers, and media representatives as the North’s starting shortstop.  Having been voted in as the American Association’s starting third baseman during the 2017 American Association/Can-Am League All-Star Game, Darvill becomes just the second player in the 14-year history of the league to be voted as a starter at two different infield positions (David Espinosa, 2008 and 2010).
Darvill is batting .309 with 31 runs scored, 12 doubles, two triples, four home runs, 20 RBI, and10 stolen bases in 12 attempts.  The Langley, British Columbia native opened the season as Winnipeg’s everyday third baseman where his .983 fielding percentage (two errors in 19 games) ranks third in the league. Since mid-June, Darvill has served as the Goldeyes’ shortstop where he has committed just two errors in 33 contests, and leads the league with a .986 fielding average.
Lambson is 5-2 in 11 starts, and currently ranks eighth in the league in ERA (3.08), second in strikeouts (67), and first in innings pitched (79.0).  Lambson has allowed two or fewer earned runs in seven of his 11 starts, and pitched back-to-back, nine-inning complete games June 13th and 20th.  The June 13th effort was a six-hit shutout at Gary SouthShore.  On June 26th at Sioux City, Lambson set a career-high with 11 strikeouts over eight-plus innings while picking up the victory.
Capellan leads the American Association with 18 saves and is tied for first with 26 appearances.  The 29-year-old right-hander has 24 strikeouts in 21.2 innings pitched.  Nine of Capellan’s 18 saves have come in one-run ballgames.  On June 11th at Gary SouthShore, Capellan earned his 38th save in a Goldeyes’ uniform, setting a new franchise career record.  This past Monday, Capellan notched the save in a 7-6 win versus St. Paul.  It marked Capellan’s 221st career appearance in the American Association, which surpassed the previous league record of 220 held by Dustin Cameron.
Lambson and Capellan were selected by Saints’ manager George Tsamis who will lead the North All-Stars having guided the Saints to the 2018 American Association Championship Series.  Joe Calfapietra, manager of the defending champion Kansas City T-Bones, will pilot the South Division.
The 2019 American Association All-Star Game is Tuesday, July 23rd at CHS Field in St. Paul, Minnesota.  It is the second time in four years the Saints host the league’s All-Star Game.
The Goldeyes open a three-game series against the St. Paul Saints tonight at CHS Field.  First pitch is at 7:05 p.m.  All the action can be heard locally on 93.7 FM CJNU and worldwide at www.cjnu.ca
The Goldeyes return home on Tuesday, July 16th when they host the Sioux Falls Canaries.  Advance tickets are on sale now by visiting www.goldeyes.com/tickets or by visiting the box office at Shaw Park.
For information on 2019 season tickets, 10-game mini packs, and group tickets, call the Goldeyes’ office at (204) 982-BASE, or visit the Goldeyes’ official website at www.goldeyes.com

Manitoba Student Athletes & Coaches Awarded $19,500 in Sport Scholarships 07/11/19

Media Release
July 10, 2019                           
Manitoba Student Athletes & Coaches Awarded $19,500 in Sport Scholarships

July 10, 2019 – WINNIPEG, MB – Sport Manitoba announces $19,500 in academic scholarships have been awarded to 15 high school students, five university students, and four Manitoba coaches. The awards included the Manitoba Foundation for Sports Scholarships, Bud Tinsley Sport Leadership Scholarship, Coaching Manitoba Bursaries, and Princess Royal Pan Am Scholarships.

Manitoba Foundation for Sports Scholarships
$500 High School Scholarship Recipients:

Last Name First City/Town University Attending Sport Bartlett Lauren Winnipeg University of Manitoba Basketball Cullen Brianna Beausejour University of Manitoba Curling Duester Victoria Winnipeg University of Manitoba Volleyball Dyck Halle East St. Paul University of Manitoba Ringette Fast Isaak Winnipeg University of Manitoba Volleyball Frost-Hunt Rikki Stonewall University of Manitoba Ringette Gayleard Cam St. Andrews Canadian Mennonite University Volleyball Gundrum Natalie Swan Lake University of Manitoba Athletics Kernaghan Anna Winnipeg University of Winnipeg Basketball Lee Carson Flin Flon University Of Saskatchewan Wrestling Mann Dawson Sanford University of Manitoba Athletics Schwalm Rayna Virden Assiniboine Community College Volleyball Smith Meagan Winnipeg University of Manitoba Ringette Zigic Sasha Winnipeg University of Manitoba Judo

$1000 University Scholarship Recipients:
Last Name First City/Town University Attending Sport Lawrence Madisson Winnipeg University of Manitoba Athletics Orlov Yonatan Winnipeg University of Winnipeg Baton Twirling Ward Hayley West St. Paul University of Manitoba Soccer Zajac Janine Winnipeg University of Manitoba Athletics  

Bud Tinsley Sport Leadership Scholarship
Last Name First City/Town University Attending Sport Bartlett Lauren Winnipeg University of Manitoba Basketball  

Coaching Manitoba Bursaries

Silvio Sboto Memorial Rural Coach Award:
Last Name First City/Town University Attending Sport Forsyth               Erica                Swan River        University of Winnipeg             Gymnastics & Swimming 
Graves               Kinley               Stonewall           University of Manitoba             Ringette

Jeff Collins Memorial Winnipeg Coach Award:
Last Name First City/Town University Attending Sport Brown                Jenna               Winnipeg            University of Winnipeg             Gymnastics
Spiring               Dustin               Winnipeg            University of Manitoba             Volleyball

Princess Royal Pan Am Scholarships

Last Name First City/Town University Attending Sport Zacharias           Emily                Altona                University of Manitoba             Curling

Last Name First City/Town University Attending Sport Lehmann            Matthew           Winnipeg           University of Manitoba              Table Tennis


Sport Manitoba is a not for profit organization and the lead planning, programming and funding agency for the development of amateur sport in Manitoba. Located in the Canada Games Sport for Life Centre, Sport Manitoba partners with over 100 organizations to deliver sport in our province and is responsible for programs including the Manitoba Games powered by Manitoba HydroCoaching ManitobaTeam ManitobaManitoba Sports Hall of FameFit Kids Healthy Kids, and KidSport. Services provided include the Sport Medicine ClinicPerformance CentreFitness Centre and Paul Robson Resource Centre for Leadership and Coaching

The Manitoba Foundation for Sports Scholarship program administered by Sport Manitoba was established to support young athletes of Sport Manitoba partners, who continue to participate in amateur sport while pursuing a post-secondary education on a full time basis. The Manitoba Foundation for Sports Scholarship Program was established in 1992.

Bud Tinsley Sport Leadership Scholarship: In memory of Robert (Bud) Tinsley, his family and friends created a $500 scholarship to recognize a Manitoba student athlete who demonstrates similar leadership traits that were attributable to Bud. His numerous awards included: induction into the Winnipeg Blue Bombers Hall of Fame, the CFL Hall of Fame and four time inductee into the Manitoba Sports Hall of Fame. The scholarship recipient is selected from among the Manitoba Foundation for Sport Scholarship recipients, based on the added criteria of leadership.

Princess Royal Pan Am Scholarship Endowment Fund provides financial support for Manitoba’s high performance athletes in their pursuit of excellence at the national and international levels of competition while serving as a tribute to commemorate the Manitoba visit of Her Royal Highness the Princess Royal in 1999. The Princess Royal Pan Am Scholarship awards two (2) scholarships per year valued up to $3,000 each to one male and one female high performance athlete enrolled in a post-secondary institution in Manitoba.

Silvio Sboto Memorial Rural Coach Award: Silvio Sboto was a dedicated and humble man who started learning judo in the late 50s after immigrating to Canada from his native Peru. He resided in Brandon for the last thirty years where he worked at the Seikeikan Judo Club. Silvio was the chair of the National Coaching Certification Program (NCCP) for Judo Canada. Silvio spent 10 years as an NCCP Theory Course Conductor and attained Level 4 NCCP status. He also had his 5th degree black belt and was a national ‘C’ referee in Judo. Recipients of this award receive a $500 bursary to be used toward their 2019-2020 tuition.

Jeff Collins Memorial Winnipeg Coach Award: Jeff Collins’ expertise earned him a reputation as a coach’s coach. Jeff served as head coach and clinician for the Legion Athletic Camps at the International Peach Garden for 32 years. He was the convenor and co-meet director of the MHSAA’s provincial track and field champs from 1984 to 2001. Jeff attained his level 3 NCCP and also worked with world class special needs athletes. In 2003, Jeff was inducted to the Manitoba Sports Hall of Fame. Recipients of this award receive a $500 bursary to be used toward their 2019-2020 tuition.

For more information please contact:
Sam Cortes
Communications Coordinator
Sport Manitoba
Office: 204-925-5614
Cell: 204-290-7630

Hockey Canada Selects Team East & West Coaches for 2019 World Jr A Challenge

Source: Junior Hockey Network

Nine coaches have been selected to lead Team Canada East and Team Canada West at the 2019 World Junior A Challenge, scheduled for December 7th – 15th at the Encana Events Centre in Dawson Creek, British Columbia.

Martin Dagenais (Embrun, Ont./Ottawa, CCHL) makes his return to Team Canada East as head coach, having previously served as an assistant coach at the 2016 and 2017 World Junior A Challenges, winning a silver medal in 2017. Dagenais will be joined by assistant coaches Corey Beer (Oshawa, Ont./Timmins, NOJHL), who assisted Team Canada East at the 2018 World Junior A Challenge, Greg Leland (Quispamsis, N.B./Campbellton, MHL), who has served as an assistant coach for Team Atlantic at the World Under-17 Hockey Challenge four times (1998, 2002, 2008, 2011), and Dan Sauvé (Ottawa/Rockland, CCHL), who will make his international coaching debut.

For Team Canada West, Joe Martin (Kingston, Ont./Alberni Valley, BCHL) makes his return to the World Junior A Challenge for the third-consecutive year, taking over as head coach after serving as an assistant for the past two years, winning gold in 2017 and bronze in 2018. Martin will be joined by assistant coaches Mike Vandekamp (Fort St. John, B.C./Cowichan Valley, BCHL) and Scott Barney (Oshawa, Ont./Humboldt, SJHL), who will make their international coaching debuts. Clayton Jardine (Lacombe, Alta./Camrose, AJHL), who suited up for Team Pacific at the 2008 World Under-17 Hockey Challenge, will support the team as video coach, while Allen York (Wetaskiwin, Alta./Camrose, AJHL), who won a gold medal with Team Canada West at the 2007 World Junior A Challenge and represented Canada at the 2013 Spengler Cup, will serve as goaltending coach.

“The coaches selected to lead Team Canada East and Team Canada West bring a combination of Junior A and international experience as players and coaches, and represent the level of talent in the coaching ranks in junior hockey in Canada,” said Brent Ladds, Canadian Junior Hockey League (CJHL) president. “It’s exciting to see our coaches moving into new roles with the two Canadian teams at the World Junior A Challenge and to welcome coaches who are new to international competition. We believe this year’s coaching staffs for both teams will benefit the players selected to participate, and bring their international experience back to their club teams.”

The CJHL also announced that Mark Grady (Halifax, N.S.) has been named director of operations for Team Canada East. Grady, who won bronze in 2007 as an assistant coach and silver as head coach in 2008, will make his fourth appearance with Team Canada East. Jamie McCaig (Edmonton, Alta./Alberni Valley, BCHL) will move into the role of director of operations for Team Canada West after serving as a goaltending coach for the past two years, winning gold in 2017 and bronze in 2018.

Dawson Creek will host the World Junior A Challenge for the first time, and the local host committee will look to continue its historic success with Hockey Canada events. The city most recently hosted Canada’s National Women’s Team Fall Festival in September 2018, as well as the 2015 and 2017 World Under-17 Hockey Challenges, and 2012 National Women’s Under-18 Championship.

The 2019 World Junior A Challenge represents a partnership between Hockey Canada, the CJHL, B.C. Hockey, NHL Central Scouting, and the local host committee. The international showcase features two Canadian teams – Team Canada East and Team Canada West – along with the Czech Republic, Russia, and the United States.

Source: Hockey Canada

UND Hockey: Where Did They End up

By Eric Burton

After the last round of the 2019 NHL Draft, I had a conversation with my buddy Redwing77. We discussed the various hockey analyst’s predraft rankings and how the draft played out.

First, the analyst’s rankings were all over the place. That’s understandable, because there really isn’t an exact science for predicting the draft. Surprise picks throws off everyone else’s draft boards. Looking at the different analyst’s rankings, there really was no rhythm or reason to them.

Where Did They End UP?

Here’s how UND’s recruits fared during the 2019 NHL Draft. Some of them were drafted and others weren’t. I used the links from the Schlossman’s article at the Herald. I added a few of my favorite sites/blogs. I also added DU incoming freshman Bobby Brink for obvious reasons.

Here’s a list of incoming UND hockey players, their NHL Draft rankings and what team selected them. Obviously, a few of them were ranked but weren’t drafted.

Shane Pinto, 2000, UND – 28, 49, 45, 38, 106, 105, 56, 40, 73 : average ranking 54.375 – 32 Senators

Aaron Huglen, 2001, Roseau/Minnesota – 90, 92, 91, 75, 87: average ranking 87 – 102 Buffalo

Cooper Moore, 2001, UND – 88 – 128 Detroit

Harrison Blaisdell, 2001, UND – 80, 60, 105, 141, 165, 56, 87: average ranking 99.14  – 134 Winnipeg

Judd Caulfield, 2001, UND – 67, 82, 85, 87, 74, 183: average ranking 96.33  – 145 Pittsburgh

Massimo Rizzo, 2001, UND – 84, 139, 214, 94: average ranking 133.5  – 216 Carolina

Luke Bast, 2000, UND – 137, 217, 157: average ranking  170.33– Undrafted

Brendan Budy, 2000, UND – 155 – Undrafted

Bobby Brink, 2001, DU – 19, 32, 26, 37, 19, 20, 23: average ranking  25.142 – 34 Flyers

Who Ranked Them

NHL Central Scouting North American Skaters (view here)

NHL Central Scouting North American goaltenders (view here)

ESPN’s Chris Peters – Top 100 (view here)

Elite Prospects (view here)

TSN’s Bob McKenzie’s Top 93 (view here)

Future Considerations (view here)

McKeen’s (view here)

The Hockey Writers Final Rankins – Top 31

The Hockey Writers Top – 250

Craig Button’s Final Draft Rankings – Top 93

Pronman’s 2019 NHL Draft Board: Top 107 prospects

Manitobans Lead U16 Team Canada to Gold in Ball Hockey – 07/04/19

Seven Manitoba Players and 2 Manitoba Staff were at the forefront of the gold medal
win for Team Canada West at the World Junior Ball Hockey Championship in the Czech
Republic on June 30, 2019. Head Coach Paul Kastes of South Winnipeg, coached
Connor Roullette, Dawson Pasternak, Tyler Teasdale, Owen Weihs, Nate Goodbranson,
Rory Neill, and Cole Plowman for the week long World Championship. Braedon
McKay of South Winnipeg served as the equipment manager for the team. The World
Junior Ball Hockey Championships were held in Prerov and Zlin, Czech Republic
wrapping up June 30, 2019.
Canada had two representative teams at the Junior World Ball Hockey Championship.
Canada West and Canada East played in the final to an 8-6 win for West. Canada West
went undefeated in the tournament scoring 30 goals and allowing only 10.
Manitobans dominated the individual awards as well with Dawson Pasternak winning
the tournament MVP and Scoring Title, Connor Roulette won top forward, and Rory
Neill was top defenceman. Cole Plowman had the best goals against average in the
tournament. The Manitoba representatives are all Western Hockey League draft picks as

  • Connor roulette – Seattle Thunderbirds
  • Dawson Pasternak – Portland Winter Hawks
  • Tyler Teasdale – Brandon Wheat Kings
  • Owen Weihs – Brandon Wheat Kings
  • Nate Goodbrandson – Everett Silvertips
  • Rory Neill – Calgary Hitmen
  • Cole Plowman – Brandon Wheat Kings

Manitoba is at the forefront of international ball hockey with Angie Cerilli and Julianna
Thomson recently winning gold at the Women’s Worlds and Remi Laurencelle winning
Bronze at the Men’s Worlds.

Paul Kastes – Head Coach U16 Team Canada West
(204) 688-7285
For further information contact Manitoba Ball Hockey Association technical director Jeff
Dzikowicz at (204) 981-8188.
Information can also be found at http://www.manitobaballhockey.com and

NOJHL Releases 2019-2020 Regular Season Schedule

Source: Saultsports.com

The Northern Ontario Junior Hockey League announced Thursday, July 4th it’s regular season schedule for the upcoming 2019-20 campaign.

Each of the league’s 12 member clubs will compete in 56 contests with 27 apiece played at both home and on the road.

The other two games for the teams will be made up during the annual NOJHL Showcase October 15th – 16th, which for the first time will be held at Big Bear Arena in Sault Ste. Marie, Michigan.

This two-day event will feature six match-ups per day with the results in each contest counting towards the regular season standings.

“Having the opportunity to hold our annual Showcase in Michigan should only help increase the number of NCAA scouts that will be in attendance and assist us in further showcasing our players who are looking to continue their careers by playing collegiately in the U.S.,” offered NOJHL commissioner Robert Mazzuca.

“Also of note, being just across the bridge from Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario it allows Ontario Hockey League clubs and Canadian university programs close access to check out the Showcase as well,” added Mazzuca.

Start times, the respective opponents and additional information for the NOJHL Showcase will be announced in the coming days.

Game action for the regular season will commence on Thursday, Sept. 5 and will conclude on Sunday, March 1, 2020.

The league’s playoff format will be released at a later date.

Also of note, the NOJHL has accepted an invitation from both the Manitoba Junior Hockey League and Saskatchewan Junior Hockey League to take part in their annual MJHL/SJHL Showcase, which will be held Jan. 21-22 in Regina, Sask.

The NOJHL will be sending two teams to compete in that event.

One squad will consist of players from within the league who are 16, 17 and 18 years of age while the second team will be made up of individuals who are either 19 or 20.

A director of operations and coaching staffs, as well as the rosters that will comprise the two NOJHL sides there will be named at a later date.

“The NOJHL is very excited for this tremendous opportunity to work with the SJHL & MJHL in this event as it gives our players the chance to further showcase themselves in an elite environment in front of scouts and coaches from all levels as well as compete against the top prospects from the MJHL and SJHL,” stated NOJHL commissioner Robert Mazzuca.

“I want to personally thank both SJHL president Bill Chow and MJHL commissioner Kim Davis for the invitation to compete in this heavily-scouted event,” added Mazzuca.

The following is the opening week of NOJHL’s 2019-20 regular season schedule, with dates and times subject to change:

Thursday, Sept. 5 French River Rapids @ Cochrane Crunch 7 p.m. (Tim Horton Event Centre)
Thursday, Sept. 5 Powassan Voodoos @ Rayside-Balfour Canadians 7 p.m. (Chelmsford)
Friday, Sept. 6 French River Rapids @ Timmins Rock 7 p.m. (McIntyre Arena)
Friday, Sept. 6 Rayside-Balfour Canadians @ Powassan Voodoos 7 p.m. (Powassan Sportsplex)
Friday, Sept. 6 Blind River Beavers @ Espanola Express 7 p.m. (Regional Recreation Complex)
Saturday, Sept. 7 French River Rapids @ Cochrane Crunch 7 p.m. (Tim Horton Event Centre)
Saturday, Sept. 7 Soo Eagles @ Soo Thunderbirds 7 p.m. (JRC)
Saturday, Sept. 7 Elliot Lake Wildcats @ Blind River Beavers 7 p.m. (BR Community Centre)
Sunday, Sept. 8 Powassan Voodoos @ Kirkland Lake Gold Miners 4 p.m. (Joe Mavrinac)
Sunday, Sept. 8 Soo Eagles @ Rayside-Balfour Canadians 6:30 p.m. (Chelmsford)
Sunday, Sept. 8 Espanola Express @ Soo Thunderbirds 7 p.m. (JRC)
Thursday, Sept. 12 French River Rapids @ Rayside-Balfour Canadians 7 p.m. (Chelmsford)

2019-2020 NOJHL Schedule

Source: NOJHL