Neepawa 5 – Selkirk 4 A three-point night by hometown skater Clarke Rempel and 44-save outing by Bruce Corrigal ensured the Neepawa Natives left Selkirk with a 5-4 win despite being outshot 48-33 last Tuesday. Neepawa grabbed a 1-0 lead after one period but were outshot 20-9 and outscored 2-1 in the second frame to sit tied 2-2 with Selkirk after 40 minutes. T.J. Sneath and Derrick Brooks scored at the 8:20 and 14:37 marks in the third period to extend Neepawa's lead to 4-2 late, but Selkirk responded by scoring a powerplay goal with one minute, 11 seconds left in the game and then scored 18 seconds later to tie the game at 2-2. While the game seemed destined for overtime after Selkirk's late-game heroics, Neepawa's Sneath scored his second of the game with 16 seconds left on the clock to clinch the 5-4 win for the Natives. Dylan MacNab and Landon Thomson scored Neepawa's other goals on the evening. Rempel collected three assists, Drake Lindsay had two, while Craig Fournier, Sneath, Brendan Wilde and Sam Briscoe had an assist each. Neepawa went 1-for-4 on the powerplay; Selkirk was 2-for-3. Neepawa 0 - Dauphin 9 The Natives got shellacked Saturday night in Dauphin despite a spirited effort from goaltender Bruce Corrigal. Neepawa's netminder faced 27 shots in the first period and 26 in the second period, both more than the 23 shots Dauphin's Brian Archibald faced all game. In total Corrigal faced a total of 66 shots, almost three times as many as Archibald. Dauphin also went 2-for-2 on the powerplay and scored three goals every period en route to the 9-0 win. As of Sunday, Dauphin was the MJHL's top team and were 10th in the Canadian Junior Hockey League's (CJHL) Top 20 rankings.