Stampeders Point Streak Reaches 8 Straight Games, Lost in OT Friday Night in Dauphin

Dauphin, MB. – The Swan Valley Stampeders point streak has reached eight straight games, but lost yet again to the Dauphin Kings in overtime.

Swan Valley’s offence was led by Noah Wilson (1G), Collin Jennings (1G), and Owen Harris  (1G), while Kobe Grant stopped 58/62 shots he faced in the loss.


The Story

Both teams came out firing on all cylinders tonight, but remained scoreless through the opening 20 minutes of play.

The Kings jumped out to a 2-0 lead as Jakob Brooke scored on the power play, 43 seconds into the second period. Myles Yearwood scored just over two minutes later, beating Grant for his sixth of the year. Noah Wilson pulled the Stampeders back to within one, scoring his seventh of the year on the power play three minutes later.

The Stampeders played their best period of the game, scoring two straight goals to open up the third period. Colling Jennings slide home his sixth of the year at 5:25 and Owen Harris collected his first as a Stampeder six and a half minutes later to give Swan Valley a 3-2 lead. Dauphin was awarded a power play late in the period and tied the game with 3.7 seconds left, sending the game to overtime.

Dauphin completed the come-back, scoring on the power play from the point at 1:27 of the extra frame.

Final Shots on Goal

Stampeders – 42

Kings – 62

Bonus Notes

  • Stampeder Defenceman Owen Harris collected his first ever MJHL goal.
  • Kobe Grant stopped 58/62 shots he face in the loss.

What’s Next?

The Stampeders will travel home and get ready for the OCN Blizzard on home ice Saturday Dec. 17. This will be the final home game before the Christmas break and is proudly presented by Kal Tire. Make sure to enter your name as you enter for prizes and please bring a non-perishable food item for donation.

There will be a U7 mini-game during the first intermission and tractor races during the second intermission.

Tickets can be purchased online at Stampedershockey.com, through the Stampeders app or at the door.

Puck drop is set for 7:00 p.m..