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The IG Wealth Management Game Day Report vs Neepawa

IG Wealth Management Game Day Report

Swan Valley Stampeders Regular Season Record: 15-9-1-1. PP: 18.9% (7th) PK: 77.6% (10th) Rank: 2nd in the MGEU West Division, 5th in MJHL

Head Coach: Barry Wolff

Assistant Coach: Dakota Mason

Assistant Coach: Darren Webster

Tonight’s Matchup: vs the Titans: The Stampeders head out for a pair of games in Neepawa tonight, and tomorrow night, at the Yellowhead Centre. Now that the Dec. 1 cutdown has come and gone, Swan Valley will look to finish the 2022 portion of its schedule on a strong note. In order to do that, Swan needs to stay out of the penalty box and use all four lines for offence.

 Last Game: 6-2 win over Virden: The Stampeders’ offence finally exploded on the road last Saturday, defeating a team that has struggled as of late. Swan scored three times in the second period and added three more in the third period for the victory. Kobe Grant stopped 36/38 shots he faced in the win.


Justin Keck: 12G – 16A = 28 Points

Jakob Jones: 13G – 14A = 27 Points

Trey Sauder: 9G – 13A = 22 Points

Adam Rajsigl: 4G – 15A = 19 Points

Myles Mason: 7G – 8A = 15 Points


Goals (13) – Jakob Jones

Assists (16) – Justin Keck

Points (28) – Justin Keck

PIMS (63) – Collin Jennings

Rookie Points Leader (4) – Griffin Ayotte

Wins (9) – Kobe Grant

Shutouts (1) – Kobe Grant

Save % (.929) – Kobe Grant

Goals Against Average (2.64) – Loic Mainguy-Crepault


Neepawa Titans

Titans Regular Season Record: 11-12-4-1 PP: 19.9% (5th) PK: 76.6% (12th) Rank: 5th in the MGEU West Division, 9th in MJHL.

Head Coach: Ken Pearson

Assistant Coach: Landon Cameron

Assistant Coach: Zak Hicks

Tonight’s Matchup: vs Swan: Neepawa had a decent November, closing the gap in the MGEU West Division. Over their last 10 games, the Titans went 6-4 and sit just three points behind Dauphin for fourth place. The Titans are coming off a 4-3 shootout loss in Winnipeg Tuesday night and will be looking to find their way back into the win column tonight.

Last Game: 4-3 SO loss to the Winnipeg Blue: The Neepawa Titans fell in a shootout to the Blues Tuesday night in Winnipeg. Winnipeg scored a goal in all three periods while the Titans used a strong second and third to tie the game and forced overtime, and then a shootout. Gavin Renwick stopped 28/31 shots he faced in the loss.


Hayden Stocks – 12G – 12A = 24 Points

Parker Korman – 7G – 11A = 18 Points

Briley Wood – 5G – 13A = 18 Points

Brayden Michalchuk – 8G – 6A = 14 Points

Camden Smith – 2G – 12A = 14 Points


Goals (12) – Hayden Stocks

Assists (13) – Briley Wood

Points (24) – Hayden Stocks

PIMS (46) – Cade Bendtsen

Rookie Points Leader (11) – Cooper Kasprick

Wins (8) – Mason Lobreau

Shutouts (1) – Mason Lobreau

Save % (.924) – Mason Lobreau

Goals Against Average (2.49) – Mason Lobreau 

Full lineup details at 5 p.m..

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The puck drop is scheduled for 7:30 p.m..