Moose Jaw, SK – The Kootenay ICE (6-8-2-1) conclude its four-game Saskatchewan road trip with a date against the Moose Jaw Warriors (6-5-3-0) at Mosaic Place on Saturday.
Puck drop is scheduled for 7 p.m. MT.
ICE 2018-19 Club Leaders:
Goals: Jaeger White (9)
Assists: Peyton Krebs (16)
Points: Peyton Krebs (22)
PIMS: Jonathan Smart (23)
Plus/ Minus: Jakin Smallwood, Cole Muir (+1)
Wins: Duncan McGovern (5)
The ICE are coming off of a 7-2 loss to the Prince Albert Raiders on Friday, November 2. The ICE got goals from Nick Bowman and Cole Muir, while goaltender Jesse Makaj stopped 32-of-37 shots. With Bowman’s tally, he has now scored goals in back-to-back games (potted one against the Saskatoon Blades on Thursday, November 1). The ICE were outshot 39-19. They went 0-for-6 on the power play, 5-for-7 on the penalty kill and won 19-of-69 face-offs.
The ICE have amassed 15 points this season, which is good for fifth in the Central Division and ninth in the Eastern Conference.
The ICE have a road record of 2-4-1-1.
– ’98-born defenceman Dallas Hines is five assists away from 50 career WHL assists.
– ’98-born forward Jaeger White is five assists away from 50 career WHL assists.
– ’99-born forward Cam Hausinger is eight assists away from 50 career WHL assists.
– ’99-born defenceman Jonathan Smart is two games away from 200 career WHL regular season games played.
– ’01-born forward Peyton Krebs is nine games away from 100 career WHL regular season games played.
– ’01-born forward Peyton Krebs has 22 points in 17 games (6G, 16A).
– ’99-born forward Brett Davis has 13 points (6G, 7A) in 13 games.
– ’98-born forward Jaeger White has 15 points (9G, 6A) in 17 games.
– ’99-born forward Cam Hausinger has 12 points (5G, 7A) in 14 games.
– ’00-born forward Brad Ginnell has nine points (2G, 7A) in 10 games.
Warriors 2018-19 Club Leaders:
Goals: Tristin Langan (11)
Assists: Justin Almeida (19)
Points: Justin Almeida (35)
PIMS: Josh Brook, Dalton Hamaliuk (15)
Plus/ Minus: Daemon Hunt (+4)
Wins: Brodan Salmond (4)
The Warriors are in the middle of a four-game homestand, which takes place from November 2-13. Entering Saturday’s contest, the Warriors have lost three of its last four games. Following its game against the ICE, the Warriors don’t play again until Saturday, November 10 when the Red Deer Rebels come to town.
The Warriors are coming off of a 5-2 loss to the Saskatoon Blades on Friday, November 2. Keenan Taphorn and Tristin Langan scored for the Warriors, while goaltender Brodan Salmond stopped 31-of-35 shots. The Warriors were outshot 36-26. They went 0-for-2 on the power play, 3-for-4 on the penalty kill and won 30-of-54 face-offs.
The Warriors have collected 15 points this season, which is good for fourth in the East Division and eighth in the Eastern Conference.
The Warriors have a home record of 3-4-2-0.
HEAD TO HEAD
This is the first meeting of the season between the ICE and the Warriors. These teams will meet three more times before the season is done. The next meeting is scheduled for November 18 in Cranbrook.
The ICE are 0-5-1-0 in its last six games against the Warriors at Mosaic Place. Overall, both home and away, the ICE are 3-8-1-0 in its last 12 games against the Warriors.
ICE v WARRIORS COMPARISONS
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