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Stampeders Resume MJHL Action With New Opponent Friday Night

The Swan Valley Stampeders return to action tonight with a road trip to Waywayseecappo. Both teams are likely excited to venture out and find a different opponent to play following their four game last mini-series’ against the OCN Blizzard and the Dauphin Kings respectively.

The Stampeders kicked off their 2020-21 season going 4-0 against their northern rivals, out-scoring their opponent 22-13, and look to continue their winning ways against a familiar foe in the Wolverines.

The Wolverines, on the other hand, split their games with the Kings and sit with a record of 2-2, good for seventh place in league standings. Over the course of four games against one another, the Wolverines were out-scored 13-11 by the Kings.

The two teams will do battle for the first time this season and, with the amount of offence both teams poses, it is sure to be a great matchup. This also marks the first time Swan and Wayway have seen each other since last year’s first round playoff matchup.

Players to watch

Waywayseecappo

Gerrik Ripley (2G, 3A), Conrad Phillips (2G, 2A), and Mackenzie Belinski (1G, 2A).

Swan River

Haydn Delorme (1G, 8A), Alex Danis (5G, 3A), and Jackson Zlotty (4G, 1A).

Catch all the action live on HockeyTV.com or on GX94radio.com with Benny Walchuk

Puck drop goes at 7 p.m. from the Waywayseecappo Arena Complex.

 

Scroll through pictures from last season below.