The IG Wealth Management Game Report vs Niverville

IG Wealth Management Game Day Report

Swan Valley Stampeders Regular Season Record: 24-15-5-1. PP: 18.5% (9th) PK: 77.2% (11th) Rank: 5th in the MGEU West Division, 8th in MJHL.  

Head Coach: Barry Wolff

Assistant Coach: Dakota Mason

Associate Coach: Darren Webster

Tonight’s Matchup: vs the Nighthawks: The Stampeders will look to build off their recent 9-2 win Wednesday night at the Centennial Arena. Swan Valley enters tonight’s game, one point back of fourth place in the MGEU West Division, and just three points behind first place. Swan needs to find a way to gain points this weekend in Niverville and Winkler.

Last Game: 9-2 win over Neepawa: The Stampeders snapped their three game losing streak with a 9-2 win over the Titans Wednesday night. Swan Valley used four first period goals, one in the second period and four more in the third to take down the Titans Wednesday, Feb. 15. Kobe Grant stopped 37/39 shots he faced for his 17th win of the season.


9-2 win vs Neepawa

5-2 loss @ Waywayseecappo

4-3 OT loss vs Waywayseecappo

5-3 loss @ Steinbach

6-2 win @ WPG Blues



Justin Keck: 24G – 25A = 49 Points  

Jakob Jones: 21G – 28A = 49 Points

Trey Sauder: 19G – 28A = 47 Points  

Adam Rajsigl: 8G – 26A = 34 Points  

Warren Marcotte: 8G – 20A = 28 Points  



Goals (24) – Justin Keck  

Assists (28) –  Jakob Jones  

Points (49) – Justin Keck 

PIMS (147) – Collin Jennings  

Rookie Points Leader (10) – Landen Gulutzan  

Wins (17) – Kobe Grant  

Shutouts (1) – Kobe Grant  

Save % (.929) – Kobe Grant  

Goals Against Average (2.87) – Kobe Grant  


Niverville Nighthawks

Nighthawks Regular Season Record: 21-21-1-3 PP: 19.1% (8th) PK: 75.7% (12th) Rank: 4th in the MGEU East Division, 10th in MJHL.  

Head Coach: Kelvin Cech

Assistant Coach: Ethan Maertens-Poole

Assistant Coach: Tyler Anderson  

Tonight’s Matchup: vs Swan: Niverville is coming off a 3-2 loss against the OCN Blizzard on home ice last night. The loss is the teams fourth straight, now sitting two points up on Selkirk for the final playoff spot in the East Division. The Nighthawks will be looking heavily to use home ice advantage on the travelling Stampeders.

Last Game: 3-2 loss to OCN: The Nighthawks found themselves trailing 1-0 after twenty minutes of play last night. Niverville used two second period goals to gain a 2-1 lead after 40 minutes, but let it slip in the third period, giving up a pair of goals and dropping their fourth straight game. Chris Fines stopped 35/38 shots he faced in the loss.


3-2 loss vs OCN

5-4 loss vs Portage

4-3 loss vs Winkler

5-2 loss vs Dauphin

5-2 win @ Dauphin



Josh Paulhus – 26G – 27A = 53 Points

Brendan Bottem – 18G – 23A = 41 Points  

Evan Bortis – 9G – 27A = 36 Points  

Braden Panzer – 11G – 22A = 33 Points  

Desmond Johnson – 9G – 24A = 33 Points 



Goals (26) – Josh Paulhus

Assists (27) – Evan Bortis  

Points (53) – Josh Paulhus

PIMS (92) – Evan Bortis  

Rookie Points Leader (41) – Brendan Bottem  

Wins (12) – Chris Fines  

Shutouts (1) – Ethan Kadatz 

Save % (.903) – Ethan Kadatz  

Goals Against Average (3.09) – Ethan Kadatz  


Full lineup details at 5 p.m..  

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 Puck drop is set for 7:30 p.m..


Upcoming home games to note 

  • Wednesday, Feb. 22 – ACE Real Estate game night.
  • The Swan Valley Stampeders will be wearing their Hockey is for Everyone jerseys one last time Wednesday Feb. 22 at home against the OCN Blizzard. The jerseys will then be auctioned off online. Stay tuned for further details on how you can place your bids. #HIFE #StampederHockey
  • Friday, Feb. 24 – Dufresne game night.
  • Saturday, Feb. 25 – Billet Appreciation night. Taylor School Choir performing the national anthem.
  • Wednesday Mar. 1 – 12:30pm vs Dauphin – Kids game