Canadian Blood Services will be on location handing out Life Saving Hat Trick donor cards to Warriors fans. Warriors fan's are encouraged to attend 3 donor clinics from October until March to score their very own hat trick. All fans who score their hat trick will be entered to win a team signed Warriors jersey and a rookie of the year (first time donor) could win a team signed CBS jersey. Watch for volunteers on the concourse and get your donor card.
Tonight's intermissions include Subway and a special intermission with Morty!
On the Ice:
Tonight is the third meeting of the Warriors and Broncos in 10/11. Both teams have taken a win on the two games prior to tonight. The Warriors are lead by Antonin Honejsek, Quinton Howden, Jordan Wyton, Michal Hlinka, Dylan Hood and Spencer Edwards with 2 points a piece.
Thomas Heemskerk has faced 172 shots in 4 games and has let in 17 of the 172 shots. The Warriors are 0/22 on the power play and have scored just 8 goals in 4 games.
Broncos are coming off a 6-0 loss to Red Deer last night and have the same record as the Warriors, 1-4-0-0. The Bronco's power play is 4/25.
Who to watch for:
- Stepan Novotny leads the team with 5 goals, he will be wearing #44 for the visiting team
- Cody Eakin is back from Capitals Camp and is always an offensive danger for the opposition
- Justin Dowling (#10) leads the team with 7 assists and is one of 3 twenty year olds for the Broncos
- Jordan Wyton has an impressive goal in the last matchup with Swifty and has 3 points in 5 games
- Antonin Honejsek has two goals in the last 5 games; one against Swift
- Quinton Howden has only played in the last 3 games and has as many points as games under his belt