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The IG Wealth Management Game Day Report

The Swan Valley Stampeders look to make it three wins in a row tonight in Dauphin.

The Stampeders did a fantastic job keeping the Kings at bay last night on home ice, that and the fact Kobe Grant was phenomenal. The 20-year-old British Columbia native stopped all 40 shots he faced for his first shutout of the season.

Swan Valley also did an excellent job of staying out of the penalty box, only giving the kings four opportunities on the man advantage. Speaking of the man advantage, Swan’s power play came alive to help give the Stampeders a 1-0 lead early into the first period.

Swan will need to continue that trend as they head into enemy territory tonight at Credit Union Place.

Head coach and general manager Barry Wolff has tweaked his lineup ahead of tonight’s game as well. Forwards Callum Halls and Hayden Pimm will draw back into the lineup along with defenceman Andrey Manov, Blake Hiltermann and Foxx McColl. Loic Mainguy-Crepault will get his first-ever MJHL start. Full lineup details at 5 pm.

Players to watch

Swan Valley – Jakob Jones (3G, 1), Myles Mason (2G, 2A), Collin Jennings (1G, 2A) and Justin Keck (1G, 2A).

Dauphin – Blake Boudreau (2G, 1A), Jayden Harris (2G, 1A), Anthony Bax (2G) and Riley Bo (1G).

Puck drop is scheduled for 7:30 pm from Credit Union Place. Catch all the action live on hockeytv.com or stay up-to-date on all social media platforms.