The Swan Valley Stampeders pushed their win streak to three games, defeating the Niverville Nighthawks –3 in a shootout Friday night at the Centennial Arena.
The Stampeders offence was led by Josh Danis (1G, 1A), Trey Sauder (1G) and Myles Mason (1G), while Loic Mainguy- Crepault stopped 30/33 shots he faced in a 4-3 shootout win over Niverville.
Brendan Bottem opened the scoring Friday night at the Centennial Arena, collecting his seventh of the year 6:19 into the opening frame. Sauder was able to answer back for the Stampeders, driving the net and the puck going off his body and in just over seven minutes later, collecting his fifth of the year on the power play. Niverville answered back late in the period, sending the Stampeders to the dressing room down 2-1.
Josh Paulhus added his ninth of the season, scoring in tight on the power play 7:31 into the second period. Mason returned fire for the Stampeders, collecting his fifth of the year less than five minutes later.
Danis was able to force overtime, scoring his first of the season at 14:56 of the third period.
Overtime solved nothing and these two evenly-matched teams needed three shooters to solve this one.
Josh Paulhus – No goal
Jakob Jones – No goal
Brendan Kerr – Goal
Myles Mason – Goal
Branden Panzer – No Goal
Josh Danis – Goal
Final shots on goal
Niverville – 33
Swan Valley – 41
Swan Valley will regroup, and try for a fourth win in a row tomorrow night when they host the Winkler Flyers. Saturday, Nov. 5 is Hockey Fights Cancer night at the Centennial Arena. Amaras Amigos will be situated at the front door accepting donations on behalf of the Swan Valley Stampeders. All proceeds from the event will be given to the family of Cameron Coulthart, who continues his battle with cancer. We ask that you wear purple and please be in your seats for 6:50 p.m. as we have a special opening ceremony tomorrow night.
Tickets can be purchased online at stampedershockey.com or at the door.
We hope to see you all tomorrow night at the Centennial Arena.