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Selkirk Fishermen take on the Arborg Ice Dawgz

November 2, 2021


Treaty 2 Territory – October 30, 2021 in Selkirk, where Selkirk Fishermen hosted the Arborg Ice Dawgz in a Capitol Region Junior Hockey League matchup.  Arborg is located on Treaty 2 Territory and the Ice Dawgz roster a number of Treaty 2 Territory members and Anishinaabe players.  Selkirk Fishermen also have 2 Anishinaabe players, 1 of which from Treaty 2 Territory.

The 1st period was filled with some fast paced, high scoring hockey.  Peyton Moneyas (Hollow Water First Nation) opened up the scoring at 4:05 to make it 1-0 for Selkirk.  Selkirk added 2 more before the Ice Dawgz responded with a goal on the power play by Tyson Barylski to make it 3-1, which was assisted by Kalen Guimond (Sagkeeng First Nation).

Selkirk Fishermen’s rookie Jordan Beaulieu (Kakakwekejeong Anishinaabe Nation), scored a beauty at the end of the first period to make the score 4-1 for Selkirk.

Beaulieu goal – CLICK TO VIEW

The beginning of the second period, the Ice Dawgz rallied and scored 2 quick ones in the first 2 minutes with goals by Kalen Guimond (Sagkeeng First Nation), and Ben Danielson with the assist going to Dyson Pelletier (Peguis First Nation).  The score was 4-3 for the Fishermen at the end of the 3rd period.

The 3rd period was filled with a lot of action and scoring chances at both ends of the ice.  However, the Selkirk Fishermen held off the Ice Dawgz attack for the 4-3 victory.


It was an awesome night of Junior hockey in Selkirk.  I’d like to take the time to acknowledge all the Anishinaabe players who are rostered on the Arborg Ice Dawgz and the Selkirk Fishermen.


          Arborg Ice Dawgz                                                                                                             

  • Anthony Bruyere #27 – Sagkeeng First Nation
  • Logan Clarke #2 – Sagkeeng First Nation
  • Michael Crave #9 – Metis
  • Kalen Guimond #22 – Sagkeeng First Nation
  • Dixon Moneas #4 – Hollow Water First Nation
  • Dyson Pelletier #25 – Peguis First Nation (Treaty 2 Territory)
  • Jordan Sanderson #26 – Little Saskatchewan First Nation (Treaty 2 Territory)
  • Preston Seymour #14 – Sagkeeng First Nation
  • Hayden Spence #3 – Fox Lake Cree Nation
  • Keanu Woodhouse #28 – Pinaymootang First Nation (Treaty 2 Territory)


  • Jordan Beaulieu #18 – Ka-Ka-Kwe-Ke-Jeong Anishinaabe Nation
  • Peyton Moneyas #22 – Hollow Water First Nation

Assistant Coach – Tyndall Fontaine – Sagkeeng First Nation



Craig Beaulieu

Sports & Recreation Keeper


Last modified: November 2, 2021

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