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Stamps Double Up Winnipeg 4-2, Go 2-0 At The MJHL Showcase

The Stampeders double up the Winnipeg Blues, go 2-0 at the MJHL Old Dutch Player Showcase in Winnipeg.

The Swan Valley Stampeders improved their record to 5-1 with a 4-2 win over the Winnipeg Blues Tuesday night at the showcase.

Frazer Dodd opened the scoring tonight, snapping home his fourth of the year 1:47 into the opening frame.

The scoring dried up in the second period, but it wasn’t for a lack of trying. The Stamps threw 18 shots on goal but couldn’t beat Dante Giannuzzi.

Tommy Cardinal was awarded a penalty shot early in the third period but couldn’t convert. Winnipeg’s Josiah Vanderhooft would tie the game just seconds after. Nathan Carl would let a wrist shot go that beat Giannuzzi over the blocker less than 30 seconds later to regain the lead. Tommy Cardinal would find the back net at 11:30 of the third on a nice setup by Josh Maucieri. Rhys Raeside would cut into the Stamps lead beating Mikael Foucher just over two minutes later. Tommy Cardinal would return the favour, sending a beautiful cross ice pass to Josh Maucieri who would tap home second of the year at 18:21 and the Stampeders would skate to a 4-2 win.

Final Shots

Winnipeg – 18

Swan Valley – 48

Tonight’s win improves the teams record to 5-1-0, and are now on a four game win streak.

Next action for the Stampeders will be at home Friday October 4th against the Neepawa Natives. The game is a presentation of Chicken Chef. Puck drop goes at 7:30pm.