The best-of-seven, quarter-final series between the Swan Valley Stampeders and the Dauphin Kings resumes tonight at Credit Union Place.
The Stampeders have a second chance to eliminate the Kings after falling 4-3 in double-overtime Saturday night in Swan River. Both teams left everything they had on the ice in back-to-back double overtime games last Friday and Saturday, with both clubs splitting those games on the road.
Both the Stampeders and the Kings have had two full days of rest and are itching to get back at it. Expect both teams to be rejuvenated and ready to battle tonight in Game 6.
The Stampeders fans have been unreal for us all season and your continued support on the road this post-season has been fantastic. We cannot wait to hear the #Stampede once again tonight.
The Stampeders head into tonight’s game up 3-2 in the best-of-seven quarter-final series, but trail 18-17 in goals. The Kings have out-shot the Stamps 184-173 through the first five games but the Stampeders have the edge in power play goals, 6-3.
Look for a strong effort and a bounce-back game from the entire Stampeder team tonight on the road.
- Pizza Place has become the official viewing party of the Swan Valley Stampeders for all AWAY games during their playoff push. If you cannot make the games in Dauphin or do not have access to HockeyTV, you can head to Pizza Place and catch all the action live.
- Download the Stampeder app on all Android and Apple devices and play along with the First Goal Prediction. All you have to do is pick the Stampeder who scores first and win yourself a medium two-topping pizza from Pizza Place.
- Steven Arp will serve game 3/3 of his suspension for his checking from behind major penalty assessed in game three.
If you cannot make it to this evening’s game, catch all the action live on hockeytv.com or tune in to Benny Walchuk on GX94 who will cover all Stampeder home and away games throughout the playoffs.
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Puck drop is scheduled for 7:30 p.m..