Tri City's star players Brendan Shinnimin (suspended) and Adam Hughesman have 13 points a piece in just 6 games. The American's have capitalized on 13 power play's so far this season. Tri City has split their Prairie tour-- falling to both Prince Albert and Saskatoon earlier in the week. They did steal a 3-1 victory in Brandon on Saturday and a 6-4 win in Regina..
Don't forget, game time is 2:00 pm for the only afternoon matinee game of the season.
Who to watch for:
- More like who you WILL NOT be watching, Brendan Shinnimin (#24) has 1 of his 13 goals on the power play and 5 assists on the power play and is suspended after the Saskatoon game.
- Adam Hughesman, left winger, #17 for Tri is an offensive threat with his 4 power play goals and 4 power play assists. He's credited with 2 game winning goals in only 9 games.
- Twenty year (#23) old D-man Tyler Schmidt leads the defense with 6 points.
- Spencer Edwards, captains and scoring leader, Edwards has 6 points in 8 games for the tribe
- Nathan MacMaster, this18 year old Calgary native is having a great opening to the season. Scoring opportunties and 5 points are credited to this young forward.
- Connor Cox, leads the D with 2 goals and has found himself in the right place at the right time of late.
Likely starting for Tri will be Drew Owsley, this 19 year old goal tender has 4 wins under his belt along with 358 minutes and a .919 save %. Owskey has 186 saves.
Thomas Heemskerk has been showing Moose Jaw fan's just why he is a San Jose Sharks draftee. Thomas has played 473 minutes for the tribe, winning 2 games and keeping a .898 save percentage. He has made 230 saves on the season.