Terriers drop home opener

Terriers drop home openerUnable to find the back of the net, the Portage Terriers fell 7-3 Friday night to the Virden Oil Capitals in a sometimes chippy home opener. The Terriers were behind 6-0 before putting a marker up against Kyle Kozma who stopped 37 shots and backstopped the entire 60 minutes. The Oil Capitals potted three goals…

Terriers host Virden in home opener

Terriers host Virden in home openerThe Portage Terriers’ Manitoba Junior Hockey League (MJHL) home opener is tonight with puck drop at 7:30 p.m. Virden Oil Capitals will hit the ice at Stride Place to challenge the Terriers in the third of four consecutive matchups. The teams have split the first two games — most recently a 2-1 overtime tilt in…

Terriers open MJHL season tonight in Virden

Terriers open MJHL season tonight in VirdenBy Cody Buhler Terriers Marketing Director The season is finally here I'm excited to say that the MJHL regular season is finally here! The Terriers will be in Virden tonight playing the Oil Capitals at 7:30 p.m. For fans wanting to go to away games this year it may be difficult. Some arenas, like Virden,…

Terriers 2020-21 season preview

Terriers 2020-21 season preview  OCTOBER 7, 2020   There are merely seven returnees from the 2019-20 lineup, 19 are gone from the team built to host the Centennial Cup, so it’s fair to say the Portage Terriers are in the beginning of a rebuild. Just over a week remains before the Terriers hold their home opener on Oct.…

Terriers knock off Kings 6-3

Terriers knock off Kings 6-3Icing their bigger guns than in their first preseason game, the Portage Terriers took down the Dauphin Kings 6-3 in a sometimes chippy, always physical 60 minutes. The Kings struck first and early trying to set the tone as Noah Wagner found the back of the Terrier’s net to finish off an end-to-end rush. It…

Terriers drop first preseason game to Virden

Terriers drop first preseason game to VirdenTERRIERS Testing their stable of newcomers and 16-year-olds, the Portage Terriers launched their MJHL preseason with a 5-1 loss to the Virden Oil Capitals at Stride Place. The Oil Capitals on the other hand were playing their second preseason game and had a handful of veterans sprinkled in their roster. The experience showed early for…

Terriers acquire power forward

Terriers acquire power forwardThe Portage Terriers have acquired 17-year-old forward Rhys Raeside from the Winnipeg Blues in exchange for future considerations. As a 16-year-old rookie, the Winnipeg product made an impact with his hometown team, putting up 36 points (16G 20A) in 47 games. Raeside (6’2”, 201lbs) signed with the Winnipeg Ice (WHL) in December and played five…

Terriers send Wolter to Waywayseecappo

Terriers send Wolter to WaywayseecappoThe Portage Terriers have traded F Colby Wolter (00) to the Waywayseecappo Wolverines for future considerations. Wolter (5’10” 161lbs) came to Portage at the start of the 2019-20 season from the Olds Grizzlies of the AJHL. He put up six points in 14 games for the Terriers in an injury-shortened season. “It will be a…

Terriers acquire hometown forward

Terriers acquire hometown forwardThe Portage Terriers have acquired the list rights for Portager (01) F Max Neill from the Steinbach Pistons in exchange for the list rights of (01) D Zac Patrick and future considerations. Patrick (6’0”, 176 lbs) played 95 games over two seasons with the Kootenay Ice (WHL) before coming to the Terriers. Last year the…

Terriers hold annual prospects camp

Terriers hold annual prospects campSEPTEMBER 6, 2020 The Portage Terriers held their 2020 prospects camp Sept 4-5 with over 40 players in attendance. The group consisted of prospects born between 2003-05 with many of them being drafted by the Terrier organization. They were split into four teams and started the weekend with skating and shooting drills on Friday night. Saturday…
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