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Swan Valley Star and Times Game Day Report

The Swan Valley Stampeders are coming off a huge 4-1 win at the #MJHLShowcase and are looking for another massive two-points this afternoon against the Selkirk Steelers. 

21 games into the season and the Stampeders found their game against the Winkler Flyers at Stride Place in Portage la Prairie. Hitting, constant puck pressure in the offensive and defensive zones, discipline and a near-perfect night in net for Kobe Grant gave Swan Valley a massive two points in the standings. 

 

Swan Valley will look to continue their recent strong play early this afternoon when they face the Selkirk Steelers at 1:30 pm in Portage. The Selkirk Steelers have a record of 9-10-0-2 and sit fourth in the East Division standings. In the last five games, the Steelers haven’t fared well posting a 1-4-0 record while the Stampeders are 1-3-0-1 in their last five outings. 

 

Head Coach and General Manager Barry Wolff has made some tweaks to his lineup ahead of today’s contest. Making their return to the lineup is Jayden Mosiondz and Collin Jennings. Not Dressed tonight is Cole Chauvette, Darius Makse, Emile Pichette and Dylan Black.

 

Players to watch

SVS –Callum Fortin (5G, 2A), Jacob Paler-Chow (4G, 6A), Carter Cockburn (4G, 13A) and Quinn Mulder (6G, 10A).

 

SEL –Ryan Ostermann (7G, 12A), Quinton Hill (6G, 12A), Tristan Thompson (5G, 11A) and Mathieu Catellier (6G, 9A).

 

More to come after the game.