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Stampeders Defeat The Flyers 4-3

The Swan Valley Stampeders concluded a 2 game home stand this evening against the Winkler Flyers.

The Stampeders found themselves trailing just 3:21 into the 1st period as Will Blake scored 13th of the year. Weiland Parrish added to Winklers lead at 4:41 beating Evans down low. The Stampeders clawed their way back as Josh Tripp added his 21st of the year at 7:57. Trevor Mann scored his 21st of the year on the power play and tied the game at 18:33. The opening frame closed out with the game tied at 2 and the shots 15-14 for Swan Valley.

Winkler regained the league at 8:22 of the 2nd period as Mitchell Dyck scored his 6th of the year on the power play. Keaton Jameson tied the game at 3 as he picked up his 18th of the year at 12:18. Josh Tripp gave the Stampeders their 1st lead of the game as he scored his 2nd of the game at 18:55. The middle frame came to a close with the Stamps leading 4-3 and the shots were 29-27 for Swan.

The 3rd period saw Brett Evans close the door on the Flyers and the Stampeders held on to defeat the Winkler Flyers 4-3. Final shots on goal were 43-38 for Winkler.

Brett Evans 40 save performance was named tonight’s 3rd star, Jaden Townsend’s 2 assist evening was given 2nd star, and Josh Tripp’s 2 goal effort was awarded 1st star.

Next action for the Stampeders will be Monday February 19th in Waywayseecappo. Puck drop is 4:00p.m.