Tuesday, January 4, 2011

Warriors vs Kamloops Tonight

Warriors vs Kamloops

In the first meeting since the Warriors sent 20 year old goal tender Jeff Bosch to Kamloops, tonight’s meeting will see two former Warriors stand off against their former team. Thomas Frazee was sent to the ‘Loops from Regina after playing in the Queen City for a few months.

Head to Head

MJ- 23-14-0-2
KM- 19-19-1-1

MJ- 2nd in Division; 5th in Conference
KM- 4th in Division; 7th in Conference

Home Record
KM- 11-7-1-1

Road Record
MJ- 10-7-0-1

Last 10 games
MJ- 6-3-0-1
KM- 5-5-0-0

Special Teams
MJ- 20.8% PP; 80.5% PK
KM- 20.9% PP; 74.3% PK (worst in the league)

Who to Watch For… or listen for
Brenden Ranford is the top scorer in the WHL with 62 points. The left winger has those 62 points in 39 games.
Thomas Frazee, second in scoring for the Blazers, Thomas is averaging a point per game since arriving in the Loops
Jeff Bosch- Jeff has one 4 of his last 5 games. He has played in 31 games and has 15 wins to his name.

Moose Jaw
Dylan Hood, tearing up the road trip and scoring from everywhere. Dylan leads the tribe and has stepped up his game while some of the Warriors scoring power took off to Buffalo.
Spencer Edwards, always ready to battle, Edwards has 39 points and has had a good showing on this road trip.
Joey Kornelsen- Joey has 4 goals on the BC Trip and had been playing great for the team.

Warriors Dylan Hood has cracked the top 20 scorers list in the WHL

Cody Beach leads the league with minor penalties and is second in the league for penalty minutes; second to only Darren Kramer

Thomas Heemskerk is second in the league for minutes played with 2104 and third in the league for wins at 20.
Warriors have two rookies in the top 20 for scoring in Morgan Rielly and Sam Fioretti

Late game tonight, pre-game show on Country 100 at 8:45, puck drops at 9:00 pm here in Saskatchewan.

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