Wednesday, February 16, 2011

Calgary Comes to the Jaw Tonight

v. Calgary
Tonight is the final meeting of the season between the Warriors and Calgary Hitmen. Moose Jaw is 2-1 against Calgary, posting a 1-1 record on the road and 1-0 at home. The Warriors have outscored the Hitmen 14-10.

Dylan Hood leads the Warriors with six goals and eight points against the Hitmen; Spencer Edwards has three goals and five points; Cody Beach has a goal and four points; Antonin Honejsek has a goal and three points; Joey Kornelsen has a goal and two points; Quinton Howden, Dylan McIlrath, and Morgan Rielly have two assists each; Thomas Heemskerk is 2-1 with a 3.04gaa and .893sv%.

Jimmy Bubnick, Kris Foucault, and Justin Kirsch lead the Hitmen with two goals and three points each against the Warriors; Tyler Fiddler has a goal and three points; Jaynen Rissling has two assists; Mike Snider is 1-1 with a 3.26gaa and .857sv%; Brandon Glover is 0-1 with a 5.25gaa and .833sv%.

Hot and Cold
- Joel Edmundson has a goal and seven points in the last 12 games
- Morgan Rielly has four assists in the last 12 games.
- Dylan McIlrath has a goal and four points in the last 10 games
- Collin Bowman has two goals and six points in the last 10 games.
- Sam Fioretti has a goal and two points in the last 16 games
- Joey Kornelsen has three goals and six points in the last 12 games
- Jesse Paradis has five assists in the last 13 games
- Cody Beach has two goals and five points in the last seven games
- Sebastian Svendsen has five goals and 11 points in the last 13 games
- Quinton Howden has 11 goals and 21 points in the last 14 games
- Spencer Edwards has seven goals and 12 points in his last 10 games
- Dylan Hood has four goals and 15 points in the last 12 games
- Antonin Honejsek has four goals and 11 points in the last eight games
- Moose Jaw’s power play has two goals in the last six games (2-for-30)
- Thomas Heemskerk had started 13 straight games
- Moose Jaw’s penalty kill has allowed 14 goals in the last seven games (14ga/40opp)
- Moose Jaw is 16-8-2 v East Division
- Moose Jaw is 11-2-2-2 in one goal games and 8-5 in two goal games

The Visitors...

HITMEN HEADLINES: The Calgary Hitmen play game two of a three game Saskatchewan road trip tonight in Moose Jaw against the Warriors. The Hitmen opened the swing last night with a 4-0 loss in Prince Albert marking the sixth time this season Calgary has been held off the score sheet. Eric Williams made 29 saves for his first career shutout while the Raiders struck for three first period goals. PA outshot Calgary 44-29. The Hitmen went 0-4 on the powerplay while the Raiders went 1-6. Calgary is now 2-2-0-1 in their last five.

VS MOOSE JAW: Tonight is the fourth and final regular season meetings. Moose Jaw leads the season series 2-1. The winning team has scored six goals in each of the previous three meetings.
Oct. 2 in Calgary; Hitmen 6 Warriors 2. Six different Hitmen struck for goals.
Nov. 21 in Moose Jaw; Warriors 6 Hitmen 3. Dylan Hood and Spencer Edwards both scored twice for Moose Jaw.
Dec. 28 in Calgary; Warriors 6 Hitmen 1. Dylan Hood with a hat trick.

Shots on goal: MJ 84 Cal 72 Powerplays: MJ 5-15 (33.3%) Cal 3-20 (15%)

Calgary has 15 games left in the regular season schedule (7 Home, 8 Road)

STREAKIN: Kris Foucault (2g 2a) had his two game point streak snapped last night in Prince Albert. Brooks Macek has points in nine of his last 12 games (4g 7a). Misha Fisenko (2g 2a) has points in three of his last five games.

BUS TIME: Including tonight in Moose Jaw the Hitmen will play three of their next four and five of their next seven games on the road.

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