Tuesday, March 8, 2011

Possible Playoff Preview

v. Kootenay
The Warriors will face off with the Ice tonight in what could be a preview of the first round WHL playoffs...

Tonight is the fourth and final meeting between the Warriors and Kootenay Ice. Moose Jaw is 2-1 against Kootenay, posting a 2-0 record at home and 0-1 record on the road. Moose Jaw has outscored Kootenay 13-10.

Dylan Hood leads the Warriors with three goals and seven points against Kootenay; Spencer Edwards and Quinton Howden have two goals and five points each; Collin Bowman has two goals and four points; Antonin Honejsek has three goals; Morgan Rielly has one goal and three points; Sam Fioretti has three assists; Cody Beach, Dallas Ehrhardt, and Dylan McIlrath have two assists each; Thomas Heemskerk is 1-1 with a 2.42gaa and .932sv%; Brandon Stone is 1-0 with a 6.02gaa and .769sv%.

Joe Antilla leads the Ice with two goals and six points against the Warriors; Kevin King and Elgin Pearce have two goals and three points each; Matt Fraser has one goal and three points; Jesse Ismond has three assists; Joey Leach has two assists; Nathan Lieuwen is 0-1 with an 8.02gaa and .808sv%; Brett Teskey is 1-1 with a 1.73gaa and .929sv%.

Hot and Cold
- Kendall McFaull has one assist in the last 13 games
- Joel Edmundson has a goal and five points in the last 11 games
- Morgan Rielly has three assists in 10 games
- Dallas Ehrhardt has six assists in 10 games
- Collin Bowman has six assists in 10 games
- Joey Kornelsen has a goal and three points in 12 games
- Jesse Paradis has two assists in seven games
- Cody Beach has two goals and eight points in the last 10 games
- Sebastian Svendsen has three goals and nine points in the last 10 games
- Quinton Howden has 11 goals and 22 points in the last 13 games
- Andrew Johnson has four goals and five points in the last eight games
- Spencer Edwards has three goals and 10 points in the last 11 games. Edwards picked up his 100th career point March 1st v Regina
- Dylan Hood has eight goals and 20 points in the last 12 games
- Moose Jaw’s power play has eight goals in the last seven games (8-for-33)
- Moose Jaw’s penalty kill has allowed two goals in the last eight games (29-for-31)

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