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Swan Valley Star and Times Game Day Report

The Swan Valley Stampeders look to finally get into the win column tonight as they head north to do battle with the OCN Blizzard. Swan Valley will be going with the same lineup as Saturday night with a few tweaks. Head Coach and General Manager Barry Wolff put his lines in a blender and is hoping for a spark from his players tonight in The Pas.

The two teams have already met twice in a home-and-home series to kick off the MJHL Regular season Friday Sept. 17 and Saturday Sept. 18. OCN took both games outscoring the Stampeders 9-6.

Wolff will be looking to his leadership group to help push the pace and bring home a win tonight as a big rebound game is needed so they don’t fall to 0-3 to start the year.

Head-to-head matchup over two games

OCN – 9 Goals (24 PIMS)

Swan Valley – 6 Goals (27 PIMS)


Players to watch

Swan Valley – Carter Cockburn (1G, 2A), Jackson Betcher (2G), and Jamie Valentino (2A).

 OCN–Aaron Lorenz (2G, 1A), Parker Johnson (1G, 2A) and Dain Sardelli (1G, 2A).

Puck drop is set for 7 p.m. and will be available on HockeyTV.com.

More to come following the game.