The Natives have one game remaining in the season, a matchup tonight against the Swan Valley Stampeders in Neepawa. Game time is 7:30 p.m. Results from the past week are: Dauphin 6 at Neepawa 3 The league-leading Dauphin Kings doubled up on Neepawa Sunday night in front of a crowd of about 400 people at the Yellowhead Centre. Dauphin held a 4-0 lead after two periods before Neepawa was able to find the net twice off goals from Brendan Wilde and Drake Lindsay shortly into the third period. The Kings extended their lead to 6-2 with five minutes left in the game, and Clayton Heinrichs added one more goal for Neepawa, but it was too little too late for the Natives who were outscored 6-3 for their third loss in three nights. Sam Briscoe, Craig Fournier, T.J. Sneath, Landon Thomson and Robbie Moar all had an assist each. Bruce Corrigal took the loss for Neepawa after allowing three goals on eight shots in the first 10 minutes of the game. Matt Kohlman played the last 50 minutes, saving 33 of 36 shots faced. Neepawa 2 at Wayway 3 Neepawa outshot the Waywayseecappo Wolverines 44-31 Saturday night but weren’t able to take home the “W” as the Wolverines won 3-2. Wayway opened the scoring three minutes into the game. After a scoreless second period, Sam Briscoe tied the game at 1-1 just over five minutes into the third period. The Wolverines responded with a pair of goals midway through the period to go up 3-1, but Neepawa’s Derrick Brooks scored a powerplay marker with 91 second left on the clock to bring the Natives within one. Neepawa wasn’t able to score again though, resulting in a 3-2 Wayway win. Drake Lindsay and Brayden Cuthbert both had two assists apiece. Bruce Corrigal took the loss in net for Neepawa, making 28 saves. Neepawa 0 at Winnipeg 10 Friday night’s trip to Winnipeg to face off against the Addision Division-leading Winnipeg Blues didn’t prove to be a fruitful one for the Natives. Neepawa was only outshot 34-22, but was outscored by 10 goals in front of a small crowd of 199 fans at the MTS Iceplex. The Blues led 5-0 after 20 minutes, 9-0 after two periods and 10-0 by the game’s end. Matt Kohlman took the loss, allowing nine goals on 27 shots while Bruce Corrigal allowed one goals on seven shots as he went between the pipes for the final nine minutes of the game. OCN 6 at Neepawa 5 (SO) The Natives ended their four-game homestand on Wednesday night by giving fans an exciting game and the OCN Blizzard a tough matchup. OCN scored first but Neepawa tied and then took a 2-1 lead off of back-to-back goals from Drake Lindsay within the first 10 minutes. The back-and-forth first period battle continued as OCN tied the game at the 14:43 mark, Landon Thompson put Neepawa back up 3-2 18:43 into the period and OCN's TJ Constant tied the game again at 3-3 with 38 seconds left in the opening frame. OCN scored again 17 seconds into the second period, but the Natives Robbie Moar noticed a shorthanded marker to tie the game again at 4-4 midway through the period. Another shorthanded goal, this time by the Blizzard, put OCN up 5-4 8:29 into the third period but Neepawa again had the answer off the stick of Landon Thomson to tie the game at 5-5. Overtime solved nothing but Neepawa was outscored 1-0 in the three-man shootout to lose the game 5-4 to the Blizzard. Matt Kohlman gave Neepawa a great 44-save outing, while the Natives offense tallied a season-high 47 shots against the league's third-best team. Dauphin 10 at Neepawa 4 Just over 220 people took in the Louis Riel Day bout at the Yellowhead Centre on Monday where the Natives held a 4-3 lead after one period but were outscored 7-0 in the final two periods to lose 10-4. Sam Briscoe had two goals, including a powerplay marker, while Drake Lindsay and Kellen MacBlain scored the team's other two markers. Derrick Brooks, Brayden Cuthbert, Lindsay, and Bryn MacNab all had an assist. Neepawa was outshot 20-8 in the first period – but outscored Dauphin 4-3 – and oushot 55-23 in the game. Bruce Corrigal allowed nine goals on 45 shots before Matt Kohlman replaced him with just under eight minutes left in the game, allowing one goal on 10 shots. Wayway 6 at Neepawa 2 The Wolverines continued to have Neepawa's number Sunday, Feb. 17 as they topped the home team 6-2. Neepawa was down 1-0 after the first period, T.J. Sneath and Derrick Brooks scored for the Natives with Brendan Wilde and Lyndon Soper getting an assist each. Matt Kohlman made 35 saves between the pipes for Neepawa. Portage 1 at Neepawa 2 Last Friday, Feb. 15, the Natives topped the Terriers in front of a home crowd of 352 at the Yellowhead Centre. T.J. Sneath, assisted by Lyndon Soper and Brendan Wilde, gave Neepawa a 1-0 lead after one period. Portage responded with a goal 12:48 into the third period to tie it, but the Natives clinched the win when Derrick Brooks scored with 49 seconds left in the game to put Neepawa up 2-1. Sam Briscoe assisted the game-winner. Neepawa was outshot 44-26 and were buoyed by a 43-save performance by Bruce Corrigal. Lindsay All-Star Neepawa's Drake Lindsay has been selected to the MJHL's 2012-13 Rookie All-Star Team. Lindsay is currently leading the Natives, and is second in MJHL rookie scoring, with 41 points in 57 games played this season as a 17-year-old. "Drake is a excellent player for our organization," Natives general manager Myles Cathcart explained. "He has a good combination of skill and plays with an edge. He sees the ice very well and competes every night. "Drake is also a very good student as he maintains a high academic average. It is a well deserved all-star selection."