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The IG Wealth Management Game Report vs Selkirk

IG Wealth Management Game Day Report  

Swan Valley Stampeders Regular Season Record: 18-13-3-1. PP: 18.6% (8th) PK: 75.7% (12th) Rank: 4th in the MGEU West Division, 7th in MJHL.  

Head Coach: Barry Wolff

Assistant Coach: Dakota Mason  

Assistant Coach: Darren Webster  

Tonight’s Matchup: vs the Steelers: The Stampeders hope their two game road trip will snap them out of their recent losing streak. Swan Valley will be very hungry for two points tonight in Selkirk after dropping their last six straight. The Stampeders need to stay out of the penalty box and find a way to generate offence against a team that can beat you if you take a night off. 

Last Game: 4-3 loss to Dauphin: The Stampeders finally found their offensive touch Wednesday night at the Centennial Arena. Justin Keck, Trey Sauder and Jakob Jones finally broke loose and collected a goal and an assist each but it wasn’t enough as the Dauphin Kings skated to a 4-3 win. 

TOP 5 STAMPEDER SCORERS  

Jakob Jones: 18G – 19A = 37 Points  

Justin Keck: 16G – 18A = 34 Points  

Trey Sauder: 12G – 19A = 29 Points  

Adam Rajsigl: 7G – 20A = 27 Points  

Noah Wilson: 7G – 12A = 19 Points  

STATS LEADERS:  

Goals (18) – Jakob Jones  

Assists (19) – Jakob Jones  

Points (37) – Jakob Jones  

PIMS (99) – Collin Jennings  

Rookie Points Leader (5) – Callum Halls  

Wins (12) – Kobe Grant  

Shutouts (1) – Kobe Grant  

Save % (.927) – Kobe Grant  

Goals Against Average (2.83) – Kobe Grant  

 

Selkirk Steelers 

Steelers Regular Season Record: 12-18-3-1 PP: 19.4% (7th) PK: 77.2% (10th) Rank: 6th in the MGEU East Division, 12th in MJHL.  

Head Coach: Hudson Friesen  

Assistant Coach: Al Hares  

Assistant Coach: Shael Hechter  

Assistant Coach: Brett Dudar 

Tonight’s Matchup: vs Swan: The Steelers are a very hard-to-play against team and are much better than their record shows. Selkirk will counter the Stampeders’ top line with the league leader in points, that being Lucas Brennan. In 29 games for the Steelers, Brennan has collected 53 points (31 goals, 22 assists) for his team. The Steelers have home-ice advantage and look to use it tonight when they host the Stampeders. 

Last Game: 8-2 loss to the Blues: The Winnipeg Blues used three first period goals, and added five goals in the second (including two power play markers on route to an 8-2 win over the Steelers Tuesday night. Hunter Tarves was pulled after allowing six goals. Joshua Kirton stopped 20/22 shots he faced to split the loss in net.  

TOP 5 STEELERS SCORERS  

Lucas Brennan – 31G – 22A = 53 Points  

Tyson Smith – 8G – 36A = 44 Points  

Carter Cormier – 7G – 24A = 31 Points  

Mathieu Catellier – 6G – 17A = 23 Points  

Ethan Brown – 10G – 11A = 21 Points 

STATS LEADERS:  

Goals (31) – Lucas Brennan  

Assists (36) – Tyson Smith  

Points (53) – Lucas Brennan  

PIMS (99) – Liam Saxberg  

Rookie Points Leader (31) – Carter Cormier  

Wins (7) – Hunter Tarves  

Shutouts (1) – Hunter Tarves 

Save % (.892) – Hunter Tarves  

Goals Against Average (3.83) – Hunter Tarves  

Full lineup details at 5 p.m..  

Catch all the action live on hockeytv.com, listen live on GX94 radio and stay up-to-date on all social media platforms. Make sure to download the official app of the Swan Valley Stampeders on both apple and android platforms. 

Puck drop from the Selkirk Recreation Complex is set for 7:30 p.m..  

Upcoming home games to note 

Friday, Jan. 20 – Spruce Products game night. 

Saturday, Jan. 21 – Key Chev game night. 

Friday, Feb. 10 – Hockey is for Everyone (special game night jerseys will be worn). More details to be released in the next two weeks. 

Wednesday, Feb. 15 – RBC game night.