Paull Funeral Home 3 Stars of the Week.


The Swan Valley Stampeders had an outstanding week, collecting 7 of 8 points against four different clubs last week.

The team was looking to rebound after an off week, only winning one game in five contests. Many struggles were apparent during that week but Head Coach and General Manager Geoff Grimwood, Associate Coach Suneil Karod, and the team worked through the mistakes, and did they ever correct them, playing a very structured game over their last four outings. The Stamps` went 3-0-1 last week, climbing their way back to third overall in the MJHL standings. As a result, making this another hard pick for three stars of the week.

Week Recap:

3-2 OT win at home Wednesday October 30
Goals by:
Leyson Coleman, Trevor Schroder, Frazer Dodd.

Won 7-3 at home Friday November 1
Goals by:
Luke Beerman, Parker Johnson, Carter Cockburn, Mattias Dal Monte (3), Trevor Schroder.

6-5 OT loss in Portage Saturday November 2
Goals by:
Callum Fortin (2), Mattias Dal Monte, Luke Beerman, Carter Cockburn.

2-1 OT win in Selkirk Sunday November 3
Goals by:
Carter Cockburn, Tommy Cardinal.

The Stampeders now sit with a record of 11-4-2, and find themselves in third place overall.

The “Three Stars of the Week” returns this year thanks to Paull Funeral Home & Crematorium.
The Three Stars of the Week will be awarded week-to-week with points being collected throughout the season. The top three players will be presenter an awarded before our final home game of the regular season.

Three stars point system is as follows:

1st Star = 5 points
2nd Star = 3 points
3rd Star = 1 point

Check back every Monday for the Paull Funeral Home & Crematorium, Three Stars of the week.

THREE STARS (Oct 30 – Nov 3)

3rd Star
A local youngster continues to improve on a nightly basis and he takes over this weeks third star award. Swan River, MB product Carter Cockburn had a very strong four games, showing he can play in all aspects of the game. The 18-year-old would score the game tying goal Friday night against the Virden Oil Capitals, scored the teams 5th goal Saturday night in Portage, and tipped home the game tying goal against the Selkirk Steelers Sunday. Cockburn would also pick up two assists in Portage Saturday November 2 in a 6-5 OT loss. The 5’11” 161 lbs forward has scored five goals, adding five assists in 17 games.

2nd Star
The “Big Man” had a “Big” week.

Trevor Schroder continues to quietly collect points wearing a Stampeder jersey. The 6’3” 216 lbs forward would score twice, adding five assists in four games. The product of Des Moines, IA, USA scored a power play goal against the Dauphin Kings Wednesday night on home ice, would score the insurance marker against the Virden Oil Caps’ Friday night. He would pick up five assists during both games. The 20-year-old has collected six goals and 10 assists in 15 games with the Stampeders.

1st Star
Mattias Dal Monte had himself a massive week. The 19-year-old from Nanaimo, BC would lead his team to victory ‪Friday night‬ on home ice, scoring a hat-trick in the third period against the Virden Oil Capitals. He would also find the back of the net Saturday against the Portage Terriers. The 6’3” 185 lbs defenceman would pick up assist in all four games last week against Dauphin, Virden, Potage, and Selkirk. Through 17 games with the Stampeders the BC native has collected 7 goals and 10 assists.

Honourable mentions this week go out to Luke Beerman (2G, 3A), John Jebamani (5A), and Callum Fortin (2G).

The Stamps’ will have another busy week with three games in five nights all at home. They will host the OCN Blizzard ‪Wednesday November 6‬, and back-to-back games against Selkirk ‪Saturday November 9‬ and Selkirk ‪Sunday November 10.‬ **Note Sunday’s game time is ‪4pm‬.

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Point Leaders (2019-20)
13 – Josh Maucieri
7 – Nathan Carl
6 – Frazer Dodd
6 – Tommy Cardinal
5 – Luke Beerman
5 – Trevor Schroder
1 – Jackson Betcher
1 – Callum Fortin
1 – John Jebamani