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Paull Funeral Home & Crematorium Three Stars of the Week (Nov. 13 – Nov. 20)

It’s time for another Three Stars of the Week, which is brought to you by Paull Funeral Home and Crematorium. Every Monday we will be awarding three players who had a big week and giving them stars. We will be doing this week-to-week with points being collected throughout the season. The top three will players will be recognized and presented an award during our final home game of the regular season.

The Swan Valley Stampeders temperature cooled a bit this past weekend. The Stamps’ went 1-1 in two games at the Centennial Arena against the Steinbach Pistons and the Winnipeg Blues.

Swan Valley had a strong outing Friday night, but a bad third period resulted in a 5-2 loss to the Pistons. The Stampeders didn’t back down, in fact they pushed the play for a good portion of the game but couldn’t solve the Pistons netminder. Steinbach scored four goals and an empty netter in the third period to steal two points from the Stampeders.

The Stampeders rebounded with a 4-3 win against the Winnipeg Blues Saturday night, finding a way to get two points and get back into the win column.

A first happened last week as well. Alex Walicki was able to score his first ever MJHL goal. That marker came against the Steinbach Pistons Friday night.

The “Three Stars of the Week” is brought to you by Paull Funeral Home & Crematorium, and will be awarded week-to-week with points being collected throughout the season. The top three will players will be recognized at the end of the season.

Three stars point system is as follows:

1st Star = 3 points

2nd Star = 2 points

3rd Star = 1 point

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

THREE STARS (Nov. 13 – Nov. 20)

3rd Star

Collin Jennings takes over the third star of the week, collecting two points in his return Saturday night against the Winnipeg Blues. Jennings returned to the Stampeder lineup after serving his two game suspension and brought the offence with him. The 6”1” 200lbs defenceman collected a goal and an assists in a 4-3 win Saturday night.  The North Vancouver, BC product sits with nine points in 22 games this season.

2nd Star

Loic Mainguy-Crepault jumps into the second star of the week award after another strong performance for his team. The 19-year-old from Quebec City, QC, stopped 25/28 shots he faced Saturday night, improving his record to 6-0-1. The 6’1” 180lbs goaltender now sits with an overall 2.64 GAA and a .923 SV%.

1st Star

Noah Wilson slides into the 1st star of the week selections after another strong week for the Stampeders. Wilson, just like Jennings, collected a goal and an assist in a 4-3 win over the Blues Saturday night at the Centennial Arena. The 5’9” 170lbs speedster assisted on the game’s first goal and added what turned out to be the game winner in the second period. The St. Albert, AB product sits seventh in team scoring with seven goals and seven assists.

Honourable mentions go out toAlex Walicki, Tyler Park, Jakob Jones who all collected a goal last week.

The Stampeders next action will be Friday, Nov. 25 against the Virden Oil Capital. Friday night’s game is country music night at the Centennial Arena. Best dressed will receive a prize pack.

Tickets are available online at Stampedershockey.com or at the door upon entry.

 Point Leaders

9 – Jakob Jones

6 – Kobe Grant

5- Josh Danis

5 – Steven Arp

5 – Justin Keck

4 – Warren Marcotte

4 – Trey Sauder

3 – Myles Mason

2 – Griffin Ayotte

2 – Noah Wilson

2 – Collin Jennings

1 – Darius Makse

1 – Tyler Park

1 – Loic Mainguy-Crepault

1 – Adam Rajsigl