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Stampeders Pick Up Second Straight Win Beating OCN Wednesday Night

‪LP GAME REPORT | Stampeders Pick Up Second Straight Win Beating OCN Wednesday Night…

The Stampeders won their second straight game Wednesday January 15, beating the OCN Blizzard 5-3.

Swan River, MB product Carter Cockburn lead the way with a pair of goals, while Luke Beerman chipped in with a goal and an assist

The Stamps’ found themselves trailing 3:41 into the opening frame in OCN Wednesday night. An early power play for the Blizzard allowed them to grab the games first goal as Cyrus Toth beat Rey for his second of the year. Swan would respond just over nine and a half minutes later, as John Jebamani pulled the Stampeders even at one beating Danick Rodrigue. Carter Cockburn would pull Swan Valley ahead scoring his first of the game, and ninth of the year, just over four minutes later. Boston Bird would even the score at two, picking up his 11th of the year on the power play late in the first period.

Jaden Pashe grabbed a loose puck, beat his defender, and scored shorthanded 7:03 into the middle frame moving the Blizzard ahead once again. Colton Sun and Luke Beerman would find a wide open Nathan Carl who scored his team leading 19th goal of the year on the power play just over a minute later, tying the game at three.

Swan Valley would get third period goals from Carter Cockburn (14:56), and Luke Beerman (18:57), to secure the teams 26th win of the year.

Final Shots

Swan – 38

OCN – 31

Tonight’s win moves the Stampeders two points out of third, behind the Portage Terriers and the Winkler Flyers.

Next action for the team will be Friday January 17 in Neepawa. Puck drop goes at 7:30pm.