The IG Wealth Management Game Day Report vs Neepawa

Swan Valley Stampeders Regular Season Record: 5-5-1-1. PP: 19.5% (8th) PK: 72.7% (12th) Rank: 5th in West Division, 8th in MJHL

Head Coach: Barry Wolff

Assistant Coach: Dakota Mason

Assistant Coach: Darren Webster

Tonight’s Matchup: vs Winnipeg Blues: The Stampeders snapped their two game losing streak Saturday night with a big 6-3 win over the Winnipeg Blues. Swan Valley will have a chance to close the gap on the first place OCN Blizzard tonight with a win on home ice. Swan Valley sits seven points back of first overall in the West Division.

 Last Game: 6-3 Win over the Winnipeg Blues: Swan Valley ran into themselves in the first period last night. The walls collapsed around them in the opening frame, giving up four goals, three on the penalty kill, to a very strong Portage Terrier squad. Justin Keck and Warren Marcotte were able to find the back of the net but it wasn’t enough to beat the number one team in the MJHL on home ice.


Justin Keck: 6G – 9A = 15 Points

Jakob Jones: 6G – 5A = 11 Points

Adam Rajsigl: 3G – 7A = 10 Points

Myles Mason: 4G – 5A = 9 Points

Warren Marcotte: 1G – 5A = 6 Points


Goals (6) – Jakob Jones

Assists (9) – Justin Keck

Points (15) – Justin Keck

PIMS (36) – Hayden Pimm

Rookie Points Leader (2G) – Callum Halls

Wins (3) – Kobe Grant

Shutouts (1) – Kobe Grant

Save % (.935) – Kobe Grant

Goals Against Average (2.43) – Kobe Grant


Neepawa Titans

Titans Regular Season Record: 4-7-3 PP: 10.6% (13th) PK: 75.4% (9th) Rank: 6th in East Division, 9th in MJHL.

Head Coach: Ken Pearson

Assistant Coach: Zak Hicks

Assistant Coach: Landon Cameron

 Last Game: 4-2 win over Waywayseecappo: Neepawa used a huge, three-goal third period, to defeat the Wolverines on home ice Sunday, Oct. 16. Gordan Lochlan gave up two goals in the first period but closed the door the rest of the way, turning aside 27/29 shots he faced.

Tonight’s Matchup: vs Swan: The Titans are coming off a huge win over the Wolverines Sunday night at the Yellowhead Centre in Neepawa. Prior to that win, The Titans were on a four game losing streak, giving up 23 goals while only scoring six goals for. Neepawa will look to win back-to-back games for the first time since September.


Parker Korman – 4G – 5A = 9 Points

Cade Bendtsen – 4G – 3A = 7 Points

Hayden Stocks – 3G – 3A = 6 Points

Kalen Reynolds – 3G – 2A = 5 Points

Cooper Kasprick – 2G – 3A = 5 Points


Goals (4) – Cade Bendtsen

Assists (5) – Parker Korman

Points (9) – Parker Korman

PIMS (22) – Parker Korman

Rookie Points Leader (6) – Hayden Stocks

Wins (3) – Mason Lobreau

Shutouts (0) –

Save % (.908) – Mason Lobreau

Goals Against Average (3.01) – Mason Lobreau

Head Coach and General Manager Barry Wolff will go with 11 forwards and seven defensemen against the Titans.  Two Manitoba kids will draw into the lineup tonight, that being Foxx McColl and Callum Halls. Blake Hilterman will also draw back into the lineup to round out the defence core. Kobe Grant is expected to get his 10th start of the season. Full lineup details at 5 p.m..

The puck drop is set for 7 p.m. from the Centennial Arena. Tonight’s game is a presentation of Swan River Key Chevrolet Buick GMC.

Tickets are available online at https://www.showpass.com/o/swan-valley-stampeders/ or at the door.

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