Wednesday, March 9, 2011

Warriors & Hurricanes Tonight in Lethbridge

v. Lethbridge
Tonight marks the fourth and final meeting of the season between the Warriors and Lethbridge Hurricanes. Moose Jaw is 2-1 against the Canes, with both of their wins coming at the Civic Centre. Moose Jaw has outscored Lethbridge 11-7.

Quinton Howden leads the Warriors with four goals and five points against the Hurricanes; Joey Kornelsen and Jesse Paradis have two goals and three points each; Joel Edmundson has three assists; Collin Bowman has a goal and two points; Dylan McIlrath, Morgan Rielly, and Sebastian Svendsen have two assists each; Thomas Heemskerk is 1-1 with a 1.82gaa and .923sv%; Brandon Stone is 1-0 with a 2.23gaa and .935sv%; Moose Jaw has two shutouts against Lethbridge.

Cam Braes leads the Hurricanes with four goals against the Warriors; Jacob Berglund has two goals and three points; Brody Sutter has three assists; Austin Fyten, Cason Machacek, and Mitch Maxwell have two assists each; Max Ross has one goal; Dylan Tait is 1-0 with a 3.31gaa and .918sv%; Brandon Anderson is 0-2 with a 3.91gaa and .897sv%.

Hot and Cold
- Kendall McFaull has one assist in the last 14 games
- Morgan Rielly has three assists in 11 games
- Dallas Ehrhardt has six assists in 11 games
- Collin Bowman has six assists in 11 games
- Jesse Paradis has two assists in eight games
- Cody Beach has two goals and nine points in the last 11 games
- Sebastian Svendsen has three goals and 10 points in the last 11 games
- Quinton Howden has 11 goals and 22 points in the last 14 games
- Andrew Johnson has four goals and five points in the last nine games
- Spencer Edwards has four goals and 11 points in the last 12 games. Edwards picked up his 100th career point March 1st v Regina
- Dylan Hood has eight goals and 20 points in the last 13 games
- Moose Jaw’s power play has eight goals in the last eight games (8-for-36)

**This game is of interest to the bottom teams in the Conference who are pushing for playoff spots. The Pats and Raiders will also play Wednesday night. Who ever wins between the Pats and Raiders are looking at a opportunity to get the much need 2 points.

Lethbridge and Prince Albert both have 57 points; if that Pats win tonight they will have 56. Games left for all three teams:
Regina-PA, MJ(2), SC(1), SK(2)
Lethbridge- MJ, CAL, MH, EDMN, KOOT (2)

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