Neepawa 2 - Steinbach 4 A third-period ‘dagger’ goal by the Natives former captain ensured the Pistons a 4-2 win in Steinbach Saturday night. Steinbach opened the scoring, but Neepawa responded with a pair of goals - a powerplay marker by Troy Hoban at 12:37 and even strength score by Brendan Wilde at 15:24 - to take a 2-1 lead after one period. Neepawa’s scoring ended there though. Steinbach tied it in the second period and added two more in the third period - including a late-game goal by former Native Justin Dalebozik - to clinch the 4-2 win. Bruce Corrigal made 44 saves for Neepawa while the Natives got 37 shots on goal. Swan Valley 5 - Neepawa 8 The Natives gave a spirited effort Friday night in front of 426 fans at the Yellowhead Centre and were rewarded with an exciting 8-5 win over the Stampeders. The game started off with a flurry of goals, including seven first-period markers, before Neepawa headed in to the first intermission up 4-3. The teams both scored twice in the second period to up the score to 6-5, but it was Neepawa who was able to find the clinching and security goals in the third period to win it 8-5. Derrick Brooks had a goal and three assists to lead all Natives scorers, while Landon Thomson scored the hat trick and Sam Briscoe had a goal and two assists. Drake Lindsay, Robbie Moar and TJ Sneath scored Neepawa’s other goals. Riley Pace, Clayton Heinrichs and Brayden Cuthbert had two assists each, and Lyndon Soper, Lindsay, Rhett Law, Clarke Rempel and Dylan MacNab had one assist each. Bruce Corrigal made 44 saves for the win. Neepawa registered 41 shots on net. Winnipeg 10 – Neepawa 1 The Winnipeg Blues outshot the Natives 14-3 and outscored them 3-0 in the first period en route to a 10-1 win on Tuesday in Winnipeg. The Blues scored five more in the second period and two more in the final frame. Meanwhile, the Natives lone goal came off Clarke Rempel's stick in the second period, assisted by Brendan Wilde. Winnipeg went 2-for-3 on the powerplay and Neepawa was 0-for-2. Neepawa's goaltending duties were split between starter Jeff Stallard, who made 16 saves while allowing five goals, and Bruce Corrigal, who allowed five goals on 22 shots. The Natives were outshot 43-21.