Friday, October 1, 2010


Jordan Wyton is amongst the top scoreers for the tribe with 2 points
The Warriors will hit the road this weekend and head West; first stopping in Calgary Saturday and then Edmonton on Sunday. 

The Moose Jaw Warriors were 2-1-1 against Calgary in the regular season last year. The Warriors were 1-0-1 at home and 1-1 on the road; they have a 5-13-2-1 record against Calgary over the last five years, posting a 2-8 record on the road and a 3-5-2-1 record at home. The Warriors were outscored by the Hitmen 13-11. The teams met in the first round of the WHL Playoffs, which the Hitmen won in seven games. They have played against one another two out of the last three years in the playoffs.

Jason Bast led the Warriors with three goals and four points against the Hitmen last season; Brendan Rowinski had two goals and three points; Dylan Hood had a goal and three points; Spencer Edwards and Quinton Howden a goal and two points each.

Joel Broda led the Hitmen with four goals and six points against the Warriors; Michael Stone had three goals and five points; Brandon Kozun and Tyler Shattock had a goal and four points each; Matt MacKenzie and Giffen Nyren had three assists each; Kris Foucault had two goals; Michael Snider was 0-1 with a 4.10gaa and .810sv%.

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