Portage 6 - Neepawa 0 Neepawa wasn’t able to keep pace with the Portage Terriers last Tuesday night at the Yellowhead Centre. Despite building up offensive chances the Natives weren’t able to get anything behind Terriers netminder Adam Iwan while Portage’s offense was firing on all cylinders to lead them to a 6-0 win. Corey Koop took the loss between the pipes for Neepawa. Winkler 2 - Neepawa 1 Neepawa returned to the ice Friday night when it hosted the Winkler Flyers. In an entertaining game, Winkler score the first two goals before Neepawa’s TJ Sneath scored midway through the second period to bring the Natives within one. Justin Dalebozik and Doug Lawrence assisted the marker. Neepawa wasn’t able to put away another goal though and lost 2-1. Winkler outshot Neepawa 46-34. Neepawa 4 - Winkler 5 In the back-end of a home-and-home with the Flyers, Neepawa traveled to Winkler Saturday night. In another exciting game between the two sides, Winkler held a 2-0 lead after the first period. In the second frame, Winkler added one more but Neepawa scored twice to bring the score to 3-2. Both squads scored twice in the third period to round out the scoring at 5-4 in Winkler’s favour. Goal scorers were not available from the source. OCN 7 - Neepawa 0 Neepawa’s third game in three nights featured plenty of offense from both teams, but a finishing touch from only one of them. OCN scored once in the first period, added two more in the second and poured in four more in the final frame en route to a 7-0 win Sunday night at the Yellowhead Centre. Both teams had no problem getting shots on net as OCN finished the night with 60 and Neepawa registered 42. The game marked Neepawa’s final exhibition matchup. The Natives finished the preseason with three wins, four losses and one overtime loss. Neepawa’s regular season home opener is Friday night at 7:30 p.m. The team will follow that up Sunday night in Neepawa with a matchup against the Winkler Flyers at 6:30 p.m.