Saturday, December 31, 2011

Mac's

The ICE had 6 propects in the Mac's Tournament and here are there unofficial final stats.

Kyle Krabben - Calgary Buffaloes 4 GP 1-2-3 14pm
Jakson Elynuik - Calgary Flames 5 GP 1-1-2 0pm Lost in Quarter-Final
Doug Morris - Leduc Oil Kings 1 GP 0-0-0 0pm
Collin Shirley - Saskatoon Blazers 4 GP 0-1-1 2pm
Jesse Wood-Schatz - Sherwood Park Kings 4 GP 0-3-3 0pm
Wyatt Hoflin - St. Albert Raiders 4 GP 4-0 2.00 109-shots-100 saves Lost in Semi-Final

U-17 Day 3

Russia vs Pacific 4-3
Sweden 7-3 Quebec
Atlantic 4-2 Germany
West vs Czech Rep 5-2

Sam Reinhart had 2 assists and was the Pacific Player of the Game as they improved to 3-0-0 with a 4-3 win over Russia.

Jon Martin had a goal as West dropped to 0-2-0 with a 5-2 loss to Czech Republic.

First Period
Goals:
08:36 PAC 19 Nic Petan (20 Sam Reinhart, 11 Greg Chase) PP
15:39 RUS 7 Grigori Dikushin (16 Nikita Zadorov, 27 Valeri Nichushkin)
Penalties:
02:21 PAC 19 Nic Petan (High Sticking)
04:43 RUS 21 Ruzal Galeyev (Roughing)
07:34 RUS 2 Rushan Rafikov (Elbowing)
10:32 PAC 10 Tyson Baillie (High Sticking)
Second Period
Goals:
04:55 PAC 3 Macoy Erkamps (17 Johnathon Merkley, 6 Jesse Lees) PP
12:58 PAC 10 Tyson Baillie (18 Matt Needham, 14 Jackson Houck)
19:14 PAC 19 Nic Petan (20 Sam Reinhart, 11 Greg Chase) PP
Penalties:
07:07 PAC 10 Tyson Baillie (Cross Checking)
17:54 RUS 29 Kirill Vorobyov (High Sticking)
Third Period
Goals:
08:17 RUS 27 Valeri Nichushkin (7 Grigori Dikushin, 16 Nikita Zadorov)
14:29 RUS 22 Ivan Barbashev (24 Nikita Cherepanov, 2 Rushan Rafikov)
Penalties:
03:02 PAC 19 Nic Petan (Tripping)
05:15 RUS 2 Rushan Rafikov (Interference)
Goaltenders
Russia 1 Andrei Filonenko On 1/00:00 Off 3/20:00
Pacific 1 Eric Comrie On 1/00:00 Off 3/20:00
Shots on Goal 1 2 3 Total
Russia 8 12 10 30
Pacific 2 7 5 14
Player of the Game
Pacific 20 Sam Reinhart
Russia 27 Valeri Nichushkin
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First Period
Goals:
11:18 CZE 6 Tomas Andrlik (5 Alex Pisarik) PP
12:19 WST 17 Craig Leverton (16 Remi Laurencelle, 7 Paul Stoykewych)
17:17 CZE 12 Martin Kohout (16 David Sysala, 3 Jan Kostalek)
Penalties:
05:24 WST 6 Kevin Pochuk (Interference)
08:13 CZE 11 Dominik Pokorny (Hooking)
10:19 WST 19 Jonothan Martin (Checking from Behind)
11:18 WST 19 Jonothan Martin (10-Minute Misconduct)
Second Period
Goals:
04:24 WST 19 Jonothan Martin (20 Cory Millette)
11:55 CZE 8 Adam Zboril (20 Jan Stencel, 5 Alex Pisarik) PP
Penalties:
10:06 WST 9 Colby Williams (Slashing)
10:51 WST 10 Denis Bosc (Tripping)
10:51 WST 10 Denis Bosc (Tripping)
15:11 WST 3 Madison Bowey (Tripping)
Third Period
Goals:
02:02 CZE 11 Dominik Pokorny (17 Roman Prikryl)
10:58 CZE 8 Adam Zboril (23 Lubos Rob, 20 Jan Stencel)
Penalties:
05:58 CZE 18 Ondrej Kase (High Sticking)
07:36 CZE 8 Adam Zboril (High Sticking)
11:49 CZE 6 Tomas Andrlik (Roughing After Whistle)
11:49 WST 15 Kurt Keats (Unsportsmanlike Cnd.)
14:43 WST 22 Jordan Tkatch (Roughing)
14:43 CZE 11 Dominik Pokorny (Roughing)
15:18 CZE 21 Ondrej Safar (Holding)
18:08 WST 10 Denis Bosc (Slashing)
Goaltenders
West 30 Austin Lotz On 1/00:00 Off 3/20:00
Czech Republic 1 Rene Svoboda On 1/00:00 Off 3/20:00
Shots on Goal 1 2 3 Total
West 8 10 13 31
Czech Republic 12 10 13 35
Player of the Game
Czech Republic 23 Lubos Rob
West 12 Alex Forsberg

Tournament Leaders after 2 days
Name Team Pos GP G A PTS PM PPG SHG GW
1 Sam Reinhart PAC Forward 2 4 0 4 0 2 0 2
2 Jonathan Drouin QUE Forward 2 1 3 4 2 0 0 1
3 Max Domi ONT Forward 2 1 3 4 4 1 0 0
4 Evan Allen USA Forward 2 3 0 3 0 0 0 1
5 Bo Horvat ONT Forward 2 2 1 3 0 0 0 0
6 Curtis Lazar PAC Forward 2 2 1 3 2 1 0 0
7 J.T. Compher USA Forward 2 2 1 3 12 1 0 0
8 Darnell Nurse ONT Defense 2 1 2 3 6 1 0 0
9 Morgan Klimchuk PAC Forward 2 1 2 3 0 1 0 0
10 Nicholas Ritchie ONT Forward 2 1 2 3 2 0 0 0

Name Team GP Mins GA SV% GAA SO Wins Losses Ties
1 Tristan Jarry PAC 1 60:00 0 1.000 0.00 0 1 0 0
2 Zachary Fucale QUE 2 120:00 2 0.967 1.00 0 2 0 0
3 Spencer Martin ONT 2 120:00 2 0.962 1.00 0 2 0 0
4 Thatcher Demko USA 1 40:00 1 0.938 1.50 0 0 0 0
5 Nikita Serebryakov RUS 1 60:00 2 0.962 2.00 0 1 0 0
6 Eric Comrie PAC 1 60:00 2 0.857 2.00 0 1 0 0
7 Hunter Miska USA 2 79:20 3 0.900 2.27 0 1 1 0
8 Jacob Fancy ATL 1 60:00 3 0.921 3.00 0 0 1 0
9 Hannibal Weitzmann GER 1 60:00 3 0.909 3.00 0 0 1 0
10 Stepan Lukes CZE 1 60:00 4 0.867 4.00 0 0 1 0
11 Austin Lotz WST 1 59:05 4 0.897 4.06 0 0 1 0
12 Rene Svoboda CZE 1 60:00 5 0.911 5.00 0 0 1 0
13 Kevin Reich GER 1 60:00 5 0.844 5.00 0 0 1 0
14 Jonas Johansson SWE 1 60:00 7 0.844 7.00 0 0 1 0

Friday, December 30, 2011

U-17 Day 2

USA – Russia 3-2
Sweden – Ontario 7-2
Czech Rep – Pacific 4-0
Germany – Quebec 3-0

Sam Reinhart scored 2 goals (3rd and 4th of the tournament) as Pacific is 2-0-0.
West had the day off.
On Saturday Pacific plays against Russia and West will face-off against Czech Republic.

First Period
Goals:
06:41 PAC 20 Sam Reinhart (11 Greg Chase) PP
Penalties:
05:22 CZE 3 Jan Kostalek (Roughing)
08:05 PAC 14 Jackson Houck (Interference)
08:50 PAC 7 Josh Morrissey (Hooking)
11:53 PAC 7 Josh Morrissey (Roughing After Whistle)
12:28 PAC 9 Anthony Ast (Hooking)
14:00 CZE 3 Jan Kostalek (Hooking)
Second Period
Goals:
01:09 PAC 2 Kyle Burroughs (15 Morgan Klimchuk)
Penalties:
09:31 PAC 12 Jaedon Descheneau (Hooking)
14:17 CZE 6 Tomas Andrlik (Boarding)
16:43 CZE 12 Martin Kohout (Hooking)
Third Period
Goals:
14:42 PAC 20 Sam Reinhart (11 Greg Chase, 3 Macoy Erkamps)
17:35 PAC 16 Curtis Lazar (6 Jesse Lees, 2 Kyle Burroughs) PP
Penalties:
04:32 CZE 7 Petr Ceslik (Holding)
12:36 CZE 7 Petr Ceslik (Slashing)
15:49 CZE 9 Jakub Vrana (Too Many Men)
18:48 CZE 19 David Nemecek (Checking to the Head)
18:48 CZE 19 David Nemecek (10-Minute Misconduct)
Goaltenders
Czech Republic 2 Stepan Lukes On 1/00:00 Off 3/20:00
Pacific 30 Tristan Jarry On 1/00:00 Off 3/20:00
Shots on Goal 1 2 3 Total
Czech Republic 8 12 14 34
Pacific 9 7 14 30
Player of the Game
Pacific 30 Tristan Jarry
Czech Republic 20 Jan Stencel

Mac's

The ICE have 6 prospects playing the Mac's Midget Tournament.

Kyle Krabben - Calgary Buffaloes 4 GP 1-2-3 14pm
Jakson Elynuik - Calgary Flames 4 GP 1-1-2 0pm Made the playoffs
Doug Morris - Leduc Oil Kings 1 GP 0-0-0 0pm
Collin Shirley - Saskatoon Blazers 4 GP 0-1-1 2pm
Jesse Wood-Schatz - Sherwood Park Kings 4 GP 0-3-3 0pm
Wyatt Hoflin - St. Albert Raiders 3 GP 3-0 1.33 88-shots-84 saves made the playoffs

Spokane 3 Kootenay 2 SO

Cranbrook, BC – The Spokane Chiefs beat the Kootenay ICE 3-2 in an overtime shoot-out in WHL action on Friday night.

The ICE (22-11-1-3) scored the first goal of the game midway through the second as Joey Leach stepped into a slap shpt that went into the net off the goalies’ blocker.
Less than 2 minutes later, off a face-off win in the ICE zone, Chiefs (17-11-2-3) newly acquired forward Todd Fiddler tied the game on a deflection.
Two second after an unsuccessful power-play the ICE took a 2-1 lead as Dylen McKinlay fired a wrist shot high on the stick side as he was wide open in the deep circle and scored on the short side of the goalie.

In the third period the Chiefs tied the game on a power-play rebound goal from Liam Stewart.

This was the Chiefs’ 9th overtime game and the 5th for the ICE

The shootout went 6 rounds and the Chiefs won 2-1 on a goal by Brenden Kichton.

The ICE were 2 skaters short of a complete line-up and with 3 missing defenseman Joe Antilla played on the blueline for the game.
John Neibrandt is out a week.
Depending on some tests Luke Paulsen is day-to-day for now but it could also be a longer time on the sideline.
Elgin Pearce played in his 150th career regular season game.
Did you know? - WHL webcasts can now be watched on Ipad.
After playing a home game on New Years’ Eve 9 years in a row, the ICE will not be in action on the final day of the year.
The ICE will visit Lethbridge on Monday.

ICE Scratches – Spencer Wand (U-17 West), Jaedon Descheneau (U-17 Pacific), Sam Reinhart (U-17 Paciific), Jon Martin (U-17 West), Luke Paulsen, John Neibrandt.

Game Summary
Spokane 17-11-2-3 Kootenay 22-11-1-3

1st Period-
No Scoring.
Penalties-Aviani Spo (roughing), 3:07; Dirk Ktn (cross checking), 3:07; Fiddler Spo (hooking), 16:27.

2nd Period
1, Kootenay, Leach 8 (Antilla, Reinhart), 7:46.
2, Spokane, Fiddler 5 (Gal, Baldwin), 9:32.
3, Kootenay, McKinlay 7 (Antilla, Dirk), 16:12.
Penalties-Kuhn Spo (unsportsmanlike cnd.), 9:25; Dirk Ktn (cross checking), 9:25; Hurley Ktn (checking from behind), 13:36; Kichton Spo (interference), 14:10; Kramer Spo (interference), 16:38; Baldwin Spo (cross checking), 20:00; Ismond Ktn (roughing), 20:00.

3rd Period
4, Spokane, Stewart 4 (Gow, Kalus), 7:02 (PP).
Penalties-Aviani Spo (checking to the head), 2:58; Benoit Ktn (high sticking), 5:09; served by Ktn (too many men), 7:34.

OT Period
No Scoring.
Penalties-No Penalties

Shootout
Spokane 2 (Hauptman NG, Fiddler NG, Holmberg G, Gal NG, Kalus NG, Kichton G),
Kootenay 1 (Reinhart G, Pearce NG, Ismond NG, Benoit NG, McKinlay NG, Montgomery NG).

Shots on Goal-Spokane 14-16-9-1-1-41. Kootenay 11-18-10-3-0-42.
Power Play Opportunities-Spokane 1 / 3; Kootenay 0 / 4.
Goalies-Spokane, Engel 14-11-1-2 (42 shots-40 saves). Kootenay, Skapski 6-2-0-0 (40 shots-38 saves).
A-3,111
Referees-Trevor Hanson (19), Jonathan Spurgeon (7).
Linesmen-Sean Donnelly (109), Aidan Henderson (78).

Trivia Game #37

During every ICE broadcast we ask a trivia question.

Today’s Trivia question.

This is the 27th year for the Spokane Chiefs in the WHL and the 30th year for the Franchise. Where did they play for three years before moving to Spokane?

ANSWER – They were the Kelowna Wings.

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Spokane @ Kootenay Game #37

The Kootenay ICE will host Spokane tonight in the first of five meetings between the clubs this season.
Last year the Chiefs won the season series 3-2 with one win in a shootout.
The ICE lost 4-2 in Red Deer last night and the Chiefs won 5-1 in Kelowna on Tuesday.
The ICE are 4th in the East and the Chiefs are 5th in the West.
This is the last game in the month of December for the ICE who have a record of 3-6-0-0.
The last time the ICE were under .500 during a month was October 2009 4-9-0-0. Six weeks later they started a Franchise Record 14 game winning streak.
John Neibrandt and Luke Paulsen are questionable after leaving the game in Red Deer last night with injuries.
6 ICE prospects are playing in the Mac's Midget Tournament.
Kyle Krabben - Calgary Buffaloes 4 GP 1-2-3 14pm
Jakson Elynuik - Calgary Flames 4 GP 1-1-2 0pm
Doug Morris - Leduc Oil Kings 1 GP 0-0-0 0pm
Collin Shirley - Saskatoon Blazers 4 GP 0-1-1 2pm
Jesse Wood-Schatz - Sherwood Park Kings 3 GP 0-3-3 0pm
Wyatt Hoflin - St. Albert Raiders 3 GP 3-0 1.33 88-shots-84 saves

Listen for the Pre-Game Show at 6:30 on The Drive.

Here is the link to tonight's FREEZE Magazine.
http://issuu.com/kootenayice/docs/december_30?mode=embed&layout=http%3A%2F%2Fskin.issuu.com%2Fv%2Flight%2Flayout.xml&showFlipBtn=true
Leaders
ICE
Goals – 16 Max Reinhart, 15 Elgin Pearce
Assists – 24 Max Reinhart, 23 Jesse Ismond
Points – 40 Max Reinhart, 34 Jesse Ismond
Defenseman – 21 Joey Leach, 12 Luke Paulsen
Rookie – 31 Sam Reinhart, 7 Jaedon Descheneau
PM – 61 Jesse Ismond, 45 Joey Leach
+/- - +20 John Neibrandt, +16 Max Reinhart
Avg – 2.18 Nathan Lieuwen, 2.79 Mackenzie Skapski

Chiefs
Goals – 12 Mitch Holmberg, 12 Darren Kramer
Assists – 27 Brenden Kichton
Points – 33 Brenden Kichton
Defenseman – 33 Brenden Kichton
Rookie – 11 Jared Hauptman
PM – 108 Darren Kramer
+/- - +10 Jason Fram, Corbin Baldwin
Avg – 2.83 Mac Engel, 3.86 Eric Williams w/Prince Albert

Streaks
Elgin Pearce 4 games 5-1-6
Dylen McKinlay 3 games 0-4-4
Drew Czerwonka 2 games 2-0-2
Joe Antilla 2 games 1-1-2
Brock Montgomery 2 games 1-1-2
Max Reinhart 2 games 0-2-2

Home
Max Reinhart 6-12-18
Elgin Pearce 10-7-17
Jesse Ismond 7-10-17
Joey Leach 5-9-14
Dylen McKinlay 4-8-12
Joe Antilla 3-8-11
Eric Benoit 5-5-10
Brock Montgomery 4-6-10
Sam Reinhart 4-4-8
Drew Czerwonka 4-4-8
Adam Rossignol 3-4-7
Nathan Lieuwen 8-3-1-0 2.47 .916% 1 SO
Mackenzie Skapski 4-2-0-0 2.34 .908%

Road
Sam Reinhart 6-17-23
Max Reinhart 10-12-22
Jesse Ismond 4-13-17
Drew Czerwonka 7-7-14
Joe Antilla 2-12-14
Brock Montgomery 7-5-12
Elgin Pearce 5-4-9
Luke Paulsen 1-8-9
Dylen McKinlay 2-6-8
Eric Benoit 3-4-7
Joey Leach 2-5-7
Jagger Dirk 1-6-7
Nathan Lieuwen 8-6-0-2 1.95 .930% 1 SO

Teskey In Tri City

As we mentioned on our broadcasts former ICE goalie Brett Teskey has joined the Tri City Americans for a couple of weeks while Eric Comrie is at the U-17 Tournament.
He is now the SJHL Weyburn Red Wings 12 GP 9-3-0-0 3.29 .868%.
Bob Learmonth in is Kennewick this week and sent me a few pics for you to see.

Thursday, December 29, 2011

U-17 Day 1

Quebec 3–2 Atlantic
Ontario 5–0 Germany
USA 5–1 Czech Rep
Pacific – West 5-2

ICE forward Sam Reinhart had 2 goals as Pacific beat West 5-2 in the first round-robin game for both clubs.
Friday Pacific plays Czech Republic and West has the day off.

First Period
Goals:
05:12 WST 11 Nicholas Zajac
17:09 PAC 3 Macoy Erkamps (10 Tyson Baillie, 14 Jackson Houck)
Penalties:
02:43 WST 15 Kurt Keats (Checking from Behind)
02:43 WST 15 Kurt Keats (10-Minute Misconduct)
09:40 WST 17 Craig Leverton (Charging)
13:53 PAC 16 Curtis Lazar (Hooking)
Second Period
Goals:
02:25 PAC 20 Sam Reinhart (15 Morgan Klimchuk)
05:30 PAC 20 Sam Reinhart (6 Jesse Lees) PP
16:51 WST 16 Remi Laurencelle (12 Alex Forsberg, 6 Kevin Pochuk) PP
19:32 PAC 15 Morgan Klimchuk (16 Curtis Lazar, 7 Josh Morrissey) PP
Penalties:
03:37 WST 10 Denis Bosc (Delay of Game)
06:18 PAC 2 Kyle Burroughs (10-Minute Misconduct)
06:18 PAC 2 Kyle Burroughs (Checking to the Head)
06:27 WST 7 Paul Stoykewych (Tripping)
07:50 WST 6 Kevin Pochuk (Hooking)
12:12 WST 14 Carter Hansen (Boarding)
15:17 PAC 11 Greg Chase (Slashing)
19:03 WST 11 Nicholas Zajac (Hooking)
19:52 PAC 10 Tyson Baillie (Roughing)
19:52 WST 22 Jordan Tkatch (Roughing)
Third Period
Goals:
19:07 PAC 16 Curtis Lazar EN
Penalties:
08:07 WST 16 Remi Laurencelle (Tripping)
13:49 PAC 7 Josh Morrissey (Slashing)
Goaltenders
Pacific 1 Eric Comrie On 1/00:00 Off 3/20:00
West 30 Austin Lotz On 1/00:00 Off 3/19:05
Shots on Goal 1 2 3 Total
Pacific 14 16 9 39
West 6 3 5 14
Player of the Game
Pacific 7 Josh Morrissey
West 4 Kayle Doetzel

Red Deer 4 Kootenay 2 Game #36

Red Deer, Alb – Red Deer forward Tyson Ness had 2 goals and 1 assist in a 4-2 win over the Kootenay ICE in WHL action on Thursday night.

The Rebels (17-17-0-3) scored 2 goals 1:31 apart in the second period as Tyson Ness and Brooks Maxwell got the markers.
The ICE (22-11-1-2) scored a powerplay goal late in the period as Joe Antilla’s point shot was deflected by Brock Montgomery and the high rebound was batted in by Drew Czerwonka.

In the third period Stephan Hak came out of the penalty box and scored on the breakaway as Nathan Lieuwen made the save but the puck went into the net as the goalie slid back into the net with puck in his pads.
Elgin Pearce scored a powerplay goal with a wrist shot high on the glove side.
The Rebels made it 4-2 on the powerplay as Chad Robinson fed a wide open Tyson Ness at the crease for a redirection goal.

Brock Montgomery played in his 150th career regular season game.
John Neibrandt suffered facial injury at practice yesterday and wore a full face shield for the game. He played in the first period and didn’t return for the rest of the game. Joe Antilla played the rest of the game as a blueliner.
Luke Paulsen didn't play in the 3rd period.
John Persson didn't play in the last 2 periods for Red Deer.
Faith suffered an upper body injury at practice yesterday and is questionable for the rest of the 2-week call-up.
Newly acquired Charles Inglis and Deven Fafard both played for the Rebels.

The ICE will host Spokane on Friday.

ICE Scratches – Spencer Wand (U-17 West), Jaedon Descheneau (U-17 Pacific), Sam Reinhart (U-17 Paciific), Jon Martin (U-17 West), Tanner Faith.

Game Summary
Red Deer 17-17-0-3 Kootenay 22-11-1-2

1st Period
No Scoring.
Penalties-Neibrandt Ktn (high sticking), 0:53; Leach Ktn (hooking), 5:57; Dumba R.d (tripping), 6:29; Czerwonka Ktn (roughing), 10:14; Ismond Ktn (slashing), 10:14; Dumba R.d (roughing), 10:14; Hurley Ktn (major-fighting), 13:10; Fafard R.d (major-fighting), 13:10.

2nd Period
1, Red Deer, Ness 10 (Hamilton), 5:01.
2, Red Deer, Maxwell 2 (Mayor, Robinson), 6:32.
3, Kootenay, Czerwonka 11 (Antilla, Montgomery), 16:30 (PP).
Penalties-Rossignol Ktn (holding), 7:07; Burr R.d (interference), 15:00; Czerwonka Ktn (elbowing), 17:35; Hak R.d (holding), 19:19.

3rd Period
4, Red Deer, Hak 2 (Weller, Ness), 2:02.
5, Kootenay, Pearce 15 (Reinhart, McKinlay), 6:45 (PP).
6, Red Deer, Ness 11 (Robinson, Maxwell), 10:30 (PP).
Penalties-Bricker R.d (cross checking), 6:06; Dirk Ktn (cross checking), 9:22; Leach Ktn (slashing), 15:03; Czerwonka Ktn (major-fighting), 16:17; Elson R.d (major-fighting), 16:17; Leach Ktn (cross checking), 17:24.

Shots on Goal-Kootenay 8-11-14-33. Red Deer 8-11-6-25.
Power Play Opportunities-Kootenay 2 / 4; Red Deer 1 / 8.
Goalies-Kootenay, Lieuwen 16-9-1-2 (25 shots-21 saves). Red Deer, Dubyk 5-3-0-0 (33 shots-31 saves).
A-4,799
Referees-Trent Knorr (42), Kevin Webinger (6).
Linesmen-Steve Cochrane (125), Ian Shaver (74).

Trivia Game #36

During every ICE broadcast we ask a trivia question.

Today’s Trivia question.

How many times have the Rebels won the Scotty Munro Trophy for the Regular Season Championship?

ANSWER – Twice, 2001 & 2002.

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Kootenay @ Red Deer Game #36

The Kootenay ICE are in Red Deer tonight for the 6th meeting of the season.
The Rebels lead the season series 3-2.
September 23 in Red Deer - Rebels 3-2 SO
October 8 in Red Deer - ICE 2-1
October 26 in Kootenay - ICE 3-2
November 8 in Kootenay - Rebels 4-3 OT
December 13 in Kootenay - Rebels 4-2
The ICE are coming off a 4-2 win over Lethbridge on Tuesday and are 3rd in the East Conference
The Rebels lost 2-0 to Medicine Hat on Tuesday and are 9th in the East Conference.
The Rebels have acquired Charles Inglis from Prince George for Dalton Siwak & 2012 3rd round Bantam pick.
The Rebels added Deven Fafard and a 7th round Bantam pick from Saskatoon for Matthew Pufahl & Locke Muller.
The ICE have 6 prospects playing in the Mac's Tournament.
Kyle Krabben - Calgary Buffaloes 3 GP 1-2-3 2pm
Jakson Elynuik - Calgary Flames 2 GP 1-0-1 0pm
Doug Morris - Leduc Oil Kings 1 GP 0-0-0 0pm
Collin Shirley - Saskatoon Blazers 2 GP 0-0-0 0pm
Jesse Wood-Schatz - Sherwood Park Kings 2 GP 0-2-2 0pm
Wyatt Hoflin - St. Albert Raiders 3 GP 3-0 1.33 88-shots-84 saves
Listen for the Pre-Game Show at 6:30 on The Drive.

Leaders
ICE
Goals – 16 Max Reinhart, 14 Elgin Pearce
Assists – 23 Max Reinhart, 22 Jesse Ismond
Points – 39 Max Reinhart, 34 Jesse Ismond
Defenseman – 21 Joey Leach, 12 Luke Paulsen
Rookie – 31 Sam Reinhart, 7 Jaedon Descheneau
PM – 59 Jesse Ismond, 39 Joey Leach
+/- - +20 John Neibrandt, +16 Max Reinhart, +16 Joey Leach
Avg – 2.12 Nathan Lieuwen, 2.79 Mackenzie Skapski

Rebels
Goals – 14 Turner Elson
Assists – 23 John Persson, 23 Alex Petrovic
Points – 36 John Persson
Defenseman – 26 Alex Petrovic
Rookie – 13 Cory Millette
PM – 51 Alex Petrovic
+/- - +15 Justin Weller
Avg – 2.74 Patrick Bartosak, 3.16 Deven Dubyk, 3.26 Bolton Pouliot

Head to Head
ICE
Elgin Pearce 4-2-6
Joey Leach 2-1-3
Brock Montgomery 1-2-3
Sam Reinhart 1-2-3
Jesse Ismond 0-3-3
Eric Benoit 2-0-2
Nathan Lieuwen 2-1-1-1 2.52 .916%

Rebels
Mathew Dumba 1-4-5
John Persson 2-2-4
Turner Elson 3-0-3
Chad Robinson 0-3-3
Adam Kambeitz 2-0-2
Colten Mayor 2-0-2
Deven Dubyk 1-0-0-0 2.0 .939%, Patrick Bartosak 2-2-0-0 2.42 .923%

Streaks
Jesse Ismond 6 games 1-6-7
Elgin Pearce 3 games 4-1-5
Dylen McKinlay 2 games 0-3-3

Home
Max Reinhart 6-12-18
Elgin Pearce 10-7-17
Jesse Ismond 7-10-17
Joey Leach 5-9-14
Dylen McKinlay 4-8-12
Joe Antilla 3-8-11
Eric Benoit 5-5-10
Brock Montgomery 4-6-10
Sam Reinhart 4-4-8
Drew Czerwonka 4-4-8
Adam Rossignol 3-4-7
Nathan Lieuwen 8-3-1-0 2.47 .916% 1 SO
Mackenzie Skapski 4-2-0-0 2.34 .908%

Road
Sam Reinhart 6-17-23
Max Reinhart 10-11-21
Jesse Ismond 4-13-17
Drew Czerwonka 6-7-13
Joe Antilla 2-11-13
Brock Montgomery 7-4-11
Luke Paulsen 1-8-9
Elgin Pearce 4-4-8
Eric Benoit 3-4-7
Joey Leach 2-5-7
Dylen McKinlay 2-5-7
Jagger Dirk 1-6-7
Nathan Lieuwen 8-5-0-2 1.81 .935% 1 SO
Mackenzie Skapski 2-0-0-0 3.69 .859%

Wednesday, December 28, 2011

U-17 Exhibition

The U-17 Tournament starts Thursday in Windsor.
On Wednesday all the teams played an exhibition game.

Jon Martin and Spencer Wand are on Team West and they tied Germany 4-4.
Martin had 1 goal and 12pm

Jaedon Descheneau and Sam Reinhart are on Team Pacific and they won 4-1 over Sweden.
Descheneau scored what turned out to be the game winning goal.

West and Pacific are in the same Division and will play against each on Thursday.

First Period
Goals:
04:13 GER 26 Marco Sedlar (29 Leon Draisaitl)
13:44 WST 16 Remi Laurencelle (12 Alex Forsberg)
Penalties:
07:36 WST 19 Jonothan Martin (Checking from Behind)
07:36 WST 19 Jonothan Martin (10-Minute Misconduct)
18:01 WST 11 Nicholas Zajac (Tripping)
Second Period
Goals:
07:12 WST 19 Jonothan Martin (3 Madison Bowey)
13:01 GER 29 Leon Draisaitl (23 Dominik Kahun)
19:00 GER 3 Tim Bender (26 Marco Sedlar)
Penalties:
02:54 GER 8 Korbinian Schuetz (Interference)
06:15 GER 13 Erik Gollenbeck (Hooking)
08:24 WST 8 Spencer Wand (Delay of Game)
11:20 WST 9 Colby Williams (Slashing)
12:04 WST 4 Kayle Doetzel (Hooking)
12:04 WST 4 Kayle Doetzel (Hooking)
19:34 WST 7 Paul Stoykewych (Hooking)
Third Period
Goals:
07:02 WST 10 Denis Bosc (15 Kurt Keats)
09:02 WST 3 Madison Bowey (12 Alex Forsberg)
10:16 GER 26 Marco Sedlar (3 Tim Bender) PP
Penalties:
05:01 WST 17 Craig Leverton (Roughing)
09:25 WST 6 Kevin Pochuk (Cross Checking)
12:04 GER 13 Erik Gollenbeck (Holding)
Goaltenders
Germany 1 Kevin Reich On 1/00:00 Off 4/05:00
West 30 Austin Lotz On 1/00:00 Off 4/05:00
Shots on Goal 1 2 3 Total
Germany 10 10 9 29
West 8 13 6 27

First Period
Goals:
08:14 PAC 16 Curtis Lazar (10 Tyson Baillie, 15 Morgan Klimchuk)
11:37 PAC 12 Jaedon Descheneau (21 Torrin White, 4 Mason Geertsen)
Penalties:
00:48 SWE 26 Adam Winborg (Charging)
08:25 SWE 18 Adam Brodecki (Cross Checking)
15:59 SWE (Too Many Men)
18:22 PAC 16 Curtis Lazar (Hooking)
20:00 PAC 19 Nic Petan (Roughing)
Second Period
Goals:
01:34 PAC 7 Josh Morrissey (15 Morgan Klimchuk, 17 Johnathon Merkley)
10:54 SWE 20 Leon Bristedt (22 Victor Öhman, 4 Robert Hägg)
18:30 PAC 21 Torrin White
Penalties:
09:08 PAC 17 Johnathon Merkley (Hooking)
11:20 PAC 2 Kyle Burroughs (Hooking)
15:39 SWE 4 Robert Hägg (Interference)
Third Period
Goals:
None
Penalties:
00:26 PAC 6 Jesse Lees (Holding)
05:47 SWE 24 Anton Blomberg (10-Minute Misconduct)
05:47 SWE 24 Anton Blomberg (Checking from Behind)
Goaltenders
Sweden 1 Ebbe Siönäs On 2/10:01 Off 3/20:00
30 Jonas Johansson On 1/00:00 Off 2/10:00
Pacific 1 Eric Comrie On 1/00:00 Off 2/10:00
30 Tristan Jarry On 2/10:01 Off 3/20:00
Shots on Goal 1 2 3 Total
Sweden 7 11 10 28
Pacific 9 9 10 28

Pics Of The Game

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Dylen McKinlay operates in the Lethbridge zone.

Moves Like Jagger, Dirk makes it 1-0.

Graham Hood alone against Mackenzie Skapski ...
... goes for the deke ...

... denied by the poke check.

Mike Simpson taking care of business.

Mackenzie Skapski with a shoulder save.

Mackenzie Skapski stops another scoring chance.

Max Reinhart and Brody Sutter.

Elgin Pearce stopped by Damien Ketlo.

Brock Montgomery, known as BrockZillaa on twitter.

Joey Leach follows through on a slap shot.

Max Reinhart leans into a wrister.

Tuesday, December 27, 2011

Kootenay 4 Lethbridge 2 Game #35

Cranbrook, BC – The Kootenay ICE beat the Lethbridge Hurricanes 4-2 in WHL action on Tuesday night.

With the clubs skating 4-on-4 the ICE (22-10-1-2) opened the scoring with defenseman Jagger Dirk alone in the middle slot and scored with a wrist shot high on the glove side.
Lethbridge (14-23-0-1) tied the game late in the period as Russell Maxwell was stopped on a breakaway and Jamal Watson put in the rebound.

Early in the second period the ICE took 2-1 lead on a 3-on-2 break that turned into a 2-on-1 with Brock Montgomery scoring on a one-time shot on a pass from Adam Rossignol.

The ICE took a 3-1 lead as Joe Antilla took a pass from Dylan McKinlay and slapped it through the goalies’ legs.
Elgin Pearce extended his point streak to 3 games with an assist. (4-1-5)
The ICE added insurance as Drew Czerwonka had a partial breakaway and stepped into a slap shot that went through the goalie and laid in the crease behind him and Czerwonka managed to reach the puck and get it into the net.
Jesse Ismond extended his point streak to 6 games with an assist. (1-6-7)
Lethbridge scored a late powerplay goal on a 2-on-1 break and Brody Sutter fired a wrist shot high on the stickside.

John Neibrandt played in his 100th career game.
The ICE will visit Red Deer on Thursday.

ICE Scratches – Spencer Wand (U-17 West), Jaedon Descheneau (U-17 Pacific), Sam Reinhart (U-17 Paciific), Jon Martin (U-17 West), Tanner Faith.
Defenseman Tanner Faith (Sask AAA Midget Notre Dame) and forward Luke Philp (AJHL Canmore) have joined the club while the ICE have 4 players taking part in the U-17 tournament in Windsor, Ontario.
Hurricanes called up 17-year-old Harrison Harper who made his WHL debut but Lethbridge was still 2 skaters short of a complete line-up.

Game Summary
Lethbridge 14-23-0-1 Kootenay 22-10-1-2

1st Period
1, Kootenay, Dirk 2 (Reinhart), 2:11.
2, Lethbridge, Watson 3 (Maxwell), 17:20.
Penalties-Hood Let (roughing), 1:14; Neibrandt Ktn (roughing), 1:14; Paulsen Ktn (delay of game), 3:38; Henry Let (major-fighting), 6:47; Maxwell Let (interference), 6:47; Yakubowski Let (major-fighting, game misconduct), 6:47; Cable Ktn (major-fighting, game misconduct), 6:47; Hurley Ktn (roughing, roughing), 6:47; Simpson Ktn (major-fighting), 6:47; Ramsay Let (roughing, roughing), 15:13; Montgomery Ktn (roughing), 15:13; Hood Let (unsportsmanlike cnd.), 17:41; Watson Let (slashing), 17:41; Dirk Ktn (slashing), 17:41.

2nd Period
3, Kootenay, Montgomery 11 (Rossignol, Benoit), 2:16.
Penalties-Ismond Ktn (interference), 2:44; Montgomery Ktn (boarding), 7:05; Watson Let (tripping), 18:57; Braes Let (roughing), 20:00; Leach Ktn (roughing, unsportsmanlike cnd.), 20:00.

3rd Period
4, Kootenay, Antilla 5 (Pearce, McKinlay), 7:59.
5, Kootenay, Czerwonka 10 (Ismond), 14:55.
6, Lethbridge, Sutter 16 (Hood, Oslanski), 19:41 (PP).
Penalties-Buonassisi Let (tripping), 0:24; Neibrandt Ktn (holding), 4:41; Blomqvist Let (interference), 8:19; Benoit Ktn (slashing), 11:40; Galbraith Let (boarding), 12:02; Dirk Ktn (tripping), 16:00; Neibrandt Ktn (cross checking), 18:24.

Shots on Goal-Lethbridge 10-8-1-19. Kootenay 8-8-2-18.
Power Play Opportunities-Lethbridge 1 / 9; Kootenay 0 / 6.
Goalies-Lethbridge, Ketlo 10-10-0-0 (18 shots-14 saves). Kootenay, Skapski 6-2-0-0 (19 shots-17 saves).
A-3,076
Referees-Andy Thiessen (11).
Linesmen-Michael Roberts (87), Scott Sharun (103).

Trivia Game #35

During every ICE broadcast we ask a trivia question.

Today’s Trivia question.

Who is the last ICE player to play in the WJHC?

ANSWER – Arnaud Jacquemet for Switzerland in 2007 & 2008.

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Off The Net

For questions or comments email me directly at jeff@thedrivefm.ca.

Also follow on Twitter @ JHollick_ICE.

Lethbridge @ Kootenay Game #35

The Kootenay ICE will host Lethbridge tonight in the 4th meeting of the season.
The ICE lead the season series 3-0.
September 27 in Cranbrook - ICE 2-0.
October 14 in Cranbrook - ICE 2-1
October 17 in Lethbridge - ICE 4-2
It's the first game for both clubs after having 10 days off for the Xmas break.
The ICE went into the break winning 2 of the last 3 games and are 2-5-0-0 in December.
The Hurricanes have won 4 games in a row and have won 11 of the last 15 games.
The ICE are 3rd in the East Conference and the Hurricanes are 11th.
The ICE are without 4 players who are at the U-17 tournament in Windsor (Sam Reinhart, Jaedon Descheneau, Spencer Wand, Jon Martin) and the Hurricanes have 3 players in the tournament (Mackoy Erkamps, Craig Leverton, Jay Merkley).
The tournament will have exhibition games on Wednesday and the round-robin games start on Thursday.
The ICE have called up 16-year-old defenseman Tanner Faith (Sask AAA Midget Notre Dame 3-5-8 32pm) and 16-year-old forward Luke Philp (AJHL Canmore 10-23-33 24pm, leads team in scoring) for the next 5 games.
Faith played in 4 games with the ICE last year.
Philp played in 3 games with the ICE earlier this season.
The ICE have 6 prospects playing in the Mac's Tournament.
Kyle Krabben - Calgary Buffaloes 1 GP 1-2-3 2pm
Jakson Elynuik - Calgary Flames 1 GP 1-0-1 0pm
Doug Morris - Leduc Oil Kings 1 GP 0-0-0 0pm
Collin Shirley - Saskatoon Blazers
Jesse Wood-Schatz - Sherwood Park Kings 2 GP 0-2-2 0pm
Wyatt Hoflin - St. Albert Raiders 1 GP 2-0 1.00 61-shots-59 saves
Brayden McNabb scored his 1st career NHL goal last night in Buffalo's win over Washington and was named the games' 1st star.
Adam Cracknell was called up by St. Louis last night and he scored his 4th career NHL goal. He had 3 last year.
Brett Teskey has joined the Tri City Americans for the next 2 weeks while Eric Comrie is at the U-17.
Listen for the Pre-Game Show at 6:30 on The Drive.

Here is the link to tonight's FREEZE Magazine.
http://issuu.com/kootenayice/docs/december_27?mode=embed&layout=http%3A%2F%2Fskin.issuu.com%2Fv%2Flight%2Flayout.xml&showFlipBtn=true

Leaders
ICE
Goals – 16 Max Reinhart, 14 Elgin Pearce
Assists – 22 Max Reinhart, 22 Jesse Ismond
Points – 38 Max Reinhart, 33 Jesse Ismond
Defenseman – 21 Joey Leach, 12 Luke Paulsen
Rookie – 31 Sam Reinhart
PM – 57 Jesse Ismond, 36 Wand
+/- - +20 John Neibrandt, +16 Max Reinhart
Avg – 2.12 Nathan Lieuwen, 2.89 Mackenzie Skapski

Hurricanes
Goals – 20 Cam Braes
Assists – 16 Cam Braes
Points – 36 Cam Braes
Defenseman – 14 Landon Oslanski
Rookie – 15 Jay Merkley
PM – 61 Graham Hood
+/- - +0 Jamal Watson
Avg – 3.36 Damien Ketlo, 4.69 Liam Liston

Head to Head
ICE
Jesse Ismond 1-3-4
Max Reinhart 1-2-3
Elgin Pearce 1-1-2
Jagger Dirk 1-1-2
Nathan Lieuwen 3-0-0-0 1.00 .958% 1SO

Hurricanes
Graham Hood 1-0-1
Craig Leverton 1-0-1
Landon Oslanski 1-0-1
Damien Ketlo 0-2-0-0 2.02 .941%, Liam Liston 0-1-0-0 3.04 .909%

Streaks
Jese Ismond 5 games 1-5-6
Elgin Pearce 2 games 4-0-4

Home
Max Reinhart 6-11-17
Elgin Pearce 10-6-16
Jesse Ismond 7-9-16
Joey Leach 5-9-14
Dylen McKinlay 4-7-11
Joe Antilla 2-8-10
Eric Benoit 5-4-9
Brock Montgomery 3-6-9
Sam Reinhart 4-4-8
Drew Czerwonka 3-4-7
Adam Rossignol 3-3-6
Nathan Lieuwen 8-3-1-0 2.47 .916% 1 SO
Mackenzie Skapski 3-2-0-0 2.42 .904%

Road
Sam Reinhart 6-17-23
Max Reinhart 10-11-21
Jesse Ismond 4-13-17
Drew Czerwonka 6-7-13
Joe Antilla 2-11-13
Brock Montgomery 7-4-11
Luke Paulsen 1-8-9
Elgin Pearce 4-4-8
Eric Benoit 3-4-7
Joey Leach 2-5-7
Dylen McKinlay 2-5-7
Jagger Dirk 1-6-7
Nathan Lieuwen 8-5-0-2 1.81 .935% 1 SO
Mackenzie Skapski 2-0-0-0 3.69 .859%

From The ICE Office

ICE CHIPS: The KOOTENAY ICE enter this week's action with a 21-10-1-2 record (11-5-1-0 at home, 10-5-0-2 on the road, 1-1-2 in overtime) and in third place in the EASTERN CONFERENCE and tied for sixth overall in the WHL...The ICE will play five of their next seven games at home.

KOOTENAY ICE OFFICE CHRISTMAS HOURS:
Tuesday December 27 8:30 am – End of Game
Wednesday December 28 8:30 am – Noon and 1:00 pm – 5:00 pm
Thursday December 29 8:30 am – Noon and 1:00 pm – 5:00 pm
Friday December 30 8:30 am – End of Game
December 31 to January 2 CLOSED
Tuesday January 3 Regular office hours resume

SAVE ON FOODS: The 2011-2012 SAVE ON FOODS VOUCHERS are now available…Customers can purchase the ticket vouchers at the CRANBROOK SAVE ON FOODS location for all remaining KOOTENAY ICE regular season home games…Cardholders can pick them up for $19.00 including HST or for free with the redemption of 8,000 SAVE ON MORE points…Non-Cardholders can get their vouchers for $21.00 including HST.

SUPER SEVEN FLEX PAKS: The sale of SUPER SEVEN FLEX PAKS continues…You get seven game certificates to use at your convenience – total flexibility…SUPER SEVEN FLEX PAKS are available in Adult, Senior, Student and Youth packages. Adults are $119.00, Seniors $91.00, Students $77.00 and Youth $63.00.

DID YOU KNOW: The ICE are 13-9-1-2 against the EASTERN CONFERENCE this season (8-4-1-0 at home, 5-5-0-2 on the road, 1-1-2 in overtime)...KOOTENAY is ranked seventh on the power play in the WHL at 24.0%...The ICE are third in penalty killing in the LEAGUE at 82.6%...NATHAN LIEUWEN, who is second in the LEAGUE in save percentage (.926), is first in the WHL in goals against average (2.12)...LIEUWEN is first in franchise history for the most games played by a goaltender with 149 (JEFF GLASS - 143)...SAM REINHART, who is tied for fifth in the LEAGUE for points by a rookie (10-21-31), is tied for eighth in the WHL for scoring the first goal of the game with four...MAX REINHART, who is tied for fourth in the LEAGUE for scoring the first goal of the game with five, needs to record five more points to reach 200 in his WHL career...JOHN NEIBRANDT is tied for seventh in the WHL in plus / minus with a plus 20...JOE ANTILLA became the sixth player in franchise history to play in 300 WHL career games on December 9 against MEDICINE HAT...DREW CZERWONKA, who played in his 200 WHL career game in MEDICINE HAT on December 10, needs to record four more points to reach 100 in his WHL career...JON MARTIN (TEAM WEST), SPENCER WAND (TEAM WEST), JAEDON DESCHENEAU (TEAM PACIFIC) and SAM REINHART (TEAM PACIFIC) are all participating in the 2012 WORLD UNDER-17 HOCKEY CHALLENGE in WINDSOR, ONTARIO from December 26 to January 4.

SCORING STREAK: JESSE ISMOND (1-5-6) has recorded at least a point in his last five games.

TRANSACTIONS: The ICE have called up Defenseman TANNER FAITH (October 5, 1995 - NOTRE DAME - SMAAAHL) and Forward LUKE PHILP (November 6, 1995 - CANMORE - AJHL) for the next five games.

ONE YEAR AGO: After 34 games of the 2010-2011 season the ICE were 22-9-1-2, after 35 games 23-9-1-2 and after 36 games 23-10-1-2.

UPCOMING WEEK:
Tuesday December 27 ICE vs Lethbridge 7:00 pm (102.9 FM - The Drive)
Wednesday December 28 Practice 12:00 - 2:00 pm Cranbrook Rec Plex
Thursday December 29 ICE @ Red Deer 7:00 pm (102.9 FM - The Drive)
Friday December 30 ICE vs Spokane 7:00 pm (102.9 FM - The Drive)
Saturday December 31 Practice 3:45 - 5:45 pm Cranbrook Rec Plex
Sunday January 1 Practice 1:00 - 2:30 pm Cranbrook Rec Plex
Monday January 2 ICE @ Lethbridge 7:00 pm (102.9 FM - The Drive)

WEEK IN REVIEW:
Tuesday, December 13 – Kootenay 2 vs Red Deer 4 – Record 20-10-1-2 – Attendance: 2,468
Goals:
1 - Leach (7) from S. Reinhart
2 - Pearce (11) from Ismond and M. Reinhart
Goalie: Nathan Lieuwen (10 Saves, 4 GA)

Friday, December 16 – Kootenay 5 vs Swift Current 4 - SO – Record 21-10-1-2 – Attendance: 2,712
Goals:
1 - Pearce (12) from Hurley
2 - Pearce (13) from McKinlay
3 - S. Reinhart (10) from Wand and Paulsen
4 - Pearce (14) from McKinlay
Goalie: Nathan Lieuwen (28 Saves, 4 GA)

Monday, December 26, 2011

WHL 22

Kootenay – 2 wins in 3 games, 2-5-0-0 in December.
Tuesday vs Lethbridge (3-0-0-0)
Thursday in Red Deer (2-1-1-1)
Friday vs Spokane

Calgary – 0-2-1 in last 3.
Wednesday in Prince George
Friday in Kamloops
Sunday in Kelowna

Edmonton – 10-1-0 during 11-game homestand.
Tuesday in Saskatoon (1-1-0-0)
Wednesday in Moose Jaw (2-0-0-0)
Friday in Brandon (1-1-0-0)
Sunday in Regina (0-3-0-0)

Lethbridge – 4 wins in a row, 11-4-0-0 in last 15.
Tuesday in Kootenay (0-3-0-0)
Thursday vs Medicine Hat (2-0-0-0)
Friday in Medicine Hat

Medicine Hat – Won 4 of last 5.
Tuesday in Red Deer (2-0-0-0)
Thursday in Lethbridge (0-2-0-0)
Friday vs Lethbridge
Sunday in Swift Current (1-1-0-0)

Red Deer – Won 2 of last 3.
Tuesday vs Medicine Hat (0-2-0-0)
Thursday vs Kootenay (3-2-0-0)

Brandon – 1 win in last 3.
Wednesday vs Regina (0-1-0-0)
Friday vs Edmonton (1-1-0-0)
Sunday in Saskatoon (1-1-0-0)

Moose Jaw – 4-0-1 in last 5.
Wednesday vs Edmonton (0-2-0-0)
Friday in Seattle (only meeting)
Saturday in Everett (only meeting)

Prince Albert – 6-1-0-1 in the last 8.
Tuesday @ Swift Current (1-2-0-0)
Thursday vs Saskatoon (0-3-0-0)
Friday in Ssakatoon

Regina – 3-1-1 in last 5.
Wednesday in Brandon (1-0-0-0)
Friday vs Swift Current (2-0-0-0)
Sunday vs Edmonton (3-0-0-0)

Saskatoon – 1-6-0-0 in last 7.
Thursday in Prince Albert (3-0-0-0)
Friday vs Prince Albert
Sunday vs Brandon (1-1-0-0)

Swift Current – 0-2-0-1 in last 3.
Tuesday vs Prince Albert (2-0-0-1)
Friday in Regina (0-2-0-0)
Sunday vs Medicine Hat (1-1-0-0)

Kamloops – 2-0-0-1 in last 3.
Tuesday in Vancouver (1-0-0-0)
Wednesday vs Vancouver
Friday vs Calgary
Sunday vs Prince George (3-2-0-0)

Kelowna – 2-0-0-1 in last 3.
Tuesday vs Spokane (0-1-0-0)
Thursday in Tri City (2-1-0-0)
Sunday vs Calgary

Prince George – 3-2-0-0 in last 5.
Wednesday vs Calgary
Saturday in Vancouver (1-4-0-1)
Sunday in Kamloops (2-3-0-0)

Vancouver – 2 wins in a row.
Tuesday vs Kamloops (0-1-0-0)
Wednesday in Kamloops
Friday vs Prince George (5-1-0-0)

Victoria – 0-2-1-1 in last 4.
Wednesday in Portland
Friday in Portland

Everett – 1-1-1-1 in last 4.
Tuesday in Seattle (1-1-0-0)
Wednesday vs Seattle
Saturday vs Moose Jaw (only meeting)

Portland – 1-2-1-0 in last 4.
Wednesday vs Victoria
Friday vs Victoria
Saturday vs Seattle (3-1-0-0)

Seattle – 2-2-0-0 in last 4.
Tuesday vs Everett (1-1-0-0)
Friday vs Moose Jaw (only meeting)
Saturday in Portland (1-3-0-0)

Spokane – 2-2-0-1 in last 5.
Tuesday in Kelowna (1-0-0-0)
Friday in Kootenay
Saturday in Tri City (1-3-0-0)

Tri City – 8 wins in a row, 17-2-0-0 in last 19.
Thursday vs Kelowna (1-2-0-0)
Saturday vs Spokane (3-1-0-0)

Wednesday, December 21, 2011

ICE Record Book Update

Games Played
5th 307 Dustin Sylvester
6th 302 Joe Antilla
244 Jesse Ismond
235 Max Reinhart
202 Drew Czerwonka
172 Joey Leach, 148 Brock Montgomery, 147 Elgin Pearce, 143 Brendan Hurley, 131 Jagger Dirk, 129 Luke Paulsen, 99 John Neibrandt, 94 Adam Rossignol

Games Goalie
1st 149 Nathan Lieuwen

Goals Forward
12th 84 Jason Jaffray
13th 82 Max Reinhart
22nd 57 Jesse Ismond
46 Joe Antilla, 43 Drew Czerwonka, 29 Elgin Pearce, 22 Brock Montgomery

Goals Defensemen
8th 17 Gerard Dicaire
9th 16 Joey Leach
7 Jagger Dirk, 4 Luke Paulsen, 2 John Neibrandt, Mike Simpson

Assists Forward
10th 118 Adam Taylor
11th 113 Max Reinhart
72 Joe Antilla, 53 Drew Czerwonka, 33 Elgin Pearce, 25 Brock Montgomery

Assists Defenseman
8th 65 Gerard Dicaire
9th 63 Joey Leach

Points Forward
10th 213 Adam Cracknell
11th 195 Max Reinhart
118 Joe Antilla, 96 Drew Czerwonka, 62 Elgin Pearce, 47 Brock Montgomery

Points Defenseman
8th 82 Gerard Dicaire
9th 79 Joey Leach

PP Goals
17 Max Reinhart, 14 Drew Czerwonka, 11 Jesse Ismond, 11 Elgin Pearce, 6 Joe Antilla, 5 Brock Montgomery, 3 Joey Leach, 2 Adam Rossignol, 2 Dylen McKinlay, Luke Paulsen, John Neibrandt, Eric Benoit, Sam Reinhart

SH Goals
3rd 10 Ryan Russell
4th 9 Max Reinhart
4 Joe Antilla, Luke Paulsen, Jagger Dirk, Jesse Ismond

GW Goals
6th 16 Dale Mahovsky
7th 15 Max Reinhart
11 Jesse Ismond, 8 Drew Czerwonka, 6 Joe Antilla, 5 Elgin Pearce, 3 Brock Montgomery, 2 Adam Rossignol, 2 Sam Reinhart, 2 Joey Leach, 2 Dylen McKinlay, 2 Erik Benoit, Jon Martin

+/-
T-1st +64 Joey Leach, +64 Dustin Sylvester, T-3rd +62 Ryan Russell, +62 Mike Busto,
5th +60 Max Reinhart
+33 Joe Antilla, +30 Jagger Dirk, +25 John Neibrandt, +16 Jesse Ismond, +15 Sam Reinhart

GAA
3rd 2.64 Dan Blackburn
4th 2.74 Nathan Lieuwen

Save %
5th 907% Todd Mathews
6th .903% Nathan Lieuwen

Wins
1st 82 Taylor Dakers
2nd 75 Jeff Glass
3rd 74 Nathan Lieuwen

Shutouts
1st 18 Taylor Dakers
2nd 17 Jeff Glass
3rd 8 Nathan Lieuwen

Tuesday, December 20, 2011

High & Lows

It's the unofficial midway point of the season as the ICE have played 34 games (17 away, 17 home) and have 38 games left (19 away, 19 home).
Here are some of the highpoints and lowpoints of the season.

Goals
Most in a game
- 8 Nov 19 in Victoria
Most allowed in a game
- 7 Dec 2 in Prince Albert
Most goals both teams in a game
- 12 Dec 2 in Prince Albert
Most in a period
- 6 Nov 23 in Kamloops
Most allowed in a period
- 4 Nov 9 vs Tri City, Dec 2 in Prince Albert
Most goals both teams period
- 7 Nov 23 in Kamloops, Dec 2 in Prince Albert
Fewest in a game
- 1 Oct 5 in Edmonton, Oct 12 vs Edmonton, Oct 18 in Medicine Hat, Nov 13 vs Saskatoon, Dec 3 in Moose Jaw, Dec 4 in Swift Current,
Fewest allowed in a game
- 0 Sept 27 vs Lethbridge, Nov 25 in Kelowna

Shots
Most in a game
- 43 Nov 5 vs Red Deer
Most allowed in a game
- 40 Nov 9 vs Tri City
Most shots both teams
- 74 Oct 22 vs Moose Jaw, Nov 5 vs Red Deer
Most in a period
- 18 Oct 22 vs Moose Jaw
Most allowed in a period
- 16 Oct 8 in Red Deer, Oct 22 vs Moose Jaw, Nov 9 vs Tri City
Fewest in a game
- 18 Sept 24 vs Calgary, Oct 2 in Calgary
Fewest allowed in a game
- 14 Nov 12 vs Seattle
Fewest shots both teams
- 45 Oct 2 in Calgary, Nov 12 vs Seattle
Fewest in a period
- TFR 1 Oct 2 in Calgary
Fewest allowed in a period
- 4 Sept 27 vs Lethbridge, twice Nov 12 vs Seattle

Power Plays
Most PP goals in a game
- 3 Nov 23 in Kamloops, Nov 25 in Kelowna
Most PP goals allowed in a game
- 3 Nov 9 vs Tri City
Most PP goals both teams
- 5 Nov 9 vs Tri City, Nov 23 in Kamloops
Most PP goals in a period
- 2 Nov 23 in Kamloops, Nov 25 in Kelowna
Most PP goals allowed period
- 2 Nov 9 vs Tri City, Nov 23 in Kamloops
5-on-3 PP goals
- 1/7
5-on-3 PP goals against
- 1/4
Most SH goals in a game
- 1 Oct 17 in Lethbridge, Oct 29 vs Portland, Nov 19 in Victoria, Nov 22 in Prince George
Most SH goals allowed game
- 1 Sept 30 vs Regina, Nov 5 vs Red Deer, Dec 2 in Prince Albert, Dec 9 vs Medicine Hat

Results
Largest margin of victory
- 5 Nov 19 in Victoria
Largest margin of defeat
- 5 Oct 12 vs Edmonton
Longest winning streak
- 6 games
Longest losing streak
- 4 games
Longest winning streak (home)
- 6 games
Longest losing streak (home)
- 3 games
Longest winning streak (road)
- Franchise Record 7 games
Longest losing streak (road)
- 3 games
1-goal games
- 7-8
2-goal games
- 5-4
3-goal games
- 3-0
4-goal games
- 4-0
5-goal games
- 2-1
Largest lead relinquished
- 3 Dec 2 in Prince Albert
1 Referee
- 11 6-5
2 Referees
- 23 15-8

Individual
Goals
- 3 Ismond Nov 9 vs Tri City, Pearce Nov 19 in Victoria, M.Reinhart Nov 30 in Saskatoon, Pearce Dec 16 vs Swift Current
Goals by a defenseman
- 2 Leach Nov 12 vs Seattle
Assists in a game
- 4 Montgomery Sept 24 vs Calgary, S.Reinhart Nov 30 in Saskatoon
Assists by a defenseman
- 2 Leach Sept 24 vs Calgary, Leach Sept 30 vs Regina, Dirk Oct 8 in Red Deer
Assists by a rookie
- 4 S.Reinhart Nov 30 in Saskatoon
Points in a game
- 5 Ismond Nov 19 in Victoria
Points by a defenseman
- 2 Leach Sept 24 vs Calgary, Leach Sept 30 vs Regina, Dirk Oct 17 in Lethbridge, Leach Nov 12 vs Seattle
Points by a rookie
- 4 S.Reinhart Nov 20 in Vancouver, S.Reinhart Nov 23 in Kamloops, S.Reinhart Nov 30 in Saskatoon
- 35 Lieuwen Oct 22 vs Moose Jaw, Nov 9 vs Tri City, Nov 25 in Kelowna
- 28 Skapski Oct 15 vs Lethbridge

Streaks
Longest goal streak
- 4 M.Reinhart, 4 S.Reinhart, 4 Montgomery
Longest assist streak
- 7 S.Reinhart
Longest point streak
- 9 S.Reinhart
Longest shutout streak
- 103:20 Lieuwen Sept 24-Oct 2
Longest winning streak
- 5 Lieuwen Oct 22-Nov 5, 4 Skapski Oct 14-Dec 2

Multi-goal games
- Pearce, Rossignol, Ismond 2, M.Reinhart 3, Leach
Multi-point games
- Dirk 2, Paulsen, Pearce, McKinlay 3, S.Reinhart 9, Rossignol, Pearce, Ismond 5, Czerwonka 5, Antilla 6, Montgomery 4, Benoit 4, M.Reinhart 9, Leach 3, Hurley,

Penalty Shots
Penalty shots for
- Nov 5 Pearce scored vs Red Deer (Bartosak), Nov 5 McKinlay stopped vs Red Deer (Bartosak)
Penalty shots against
- Nov 19 Skapski stopped Carroll in Victoria

Shootout
Team Shooters
- 3/11
Individual Shooters
- Ismond 1/2, Pearce 1/2, Sam Reinhart 1/3, Leach 0/1, Antilla, 0/1, Philp 0/1, Max Reinhart 0/1,
Individual Shooters Career
Max Reinhart 9/17, Jesse Ismond 6/12, Sam Reinhart 1/3, Elgin Pearce 1/3, Joey Leach 0/1, Joe Antilla 0/1, Luke Philp 0/1,
Team Saves
- 6/11
Individual Saves
- 6/11 Lieuwen
- 0/0 Skapski
Individual Saves Career
- 30/40 Nathan Lieuwen
- 3/4 Mackenzie Skapski

Attendance
Largest Home
- 3,253 Sept 24 vs Calgary
Smallest Home
- 2,370 Sept 27 vs Lethbridge
Largest Road
- 7,866 Oct 2 in Calgary
Smallest Road
- 1,605 Nov 22 in Prince George

Monday, December 19, 2011

ICE Prospects Update

Bronson Ammeter
15 year old goalie
Mar 2/96
Starbuck, Man
9th round pick in 2011 Bantam Draft
Manitoba AAA Midget Central Plains 13 GP 4-9-0 4.14 .878%

Wyatt Hoflin
16 year old goalie
Jan 31/95
Stony Plain, Alb
2nd round pick in 2010 Bantam Draft
Alberta AAA Midget St. Albert 13 GP 9-3-1 2.49 .904%

Jayden Sittler
15 year old goalie
Jan 23/96
Red Deer, Alb
Alberta Minor Midget Red Deer 1 GP 9-0-1 1.97 .930% 1 SO

Jake Dube
15 year old defenseman
Apr 3/96
Cochrane, Alb
5th round pick in 2011 Bantam Draft
Alberta Minor Midget AC Avalanche 14 GP 7-4-11 75pm

Tanner Faith
16 year old defenseman
Oct 5/95
Wilcox, Sask
2nd round pick in 2010 Bantam Draft
Sask AAA Midget Notre Dame 21 GP 3-5-8 32pm

Carter Forsyth
15 year old defenseman
Apr 27/96
Swift Current, Sask
6th round pick in 2011 Bantam Draft
Sask AAA Midget Swift Current 28 GP 2-2-4 33pm

Kyle Krabben
16 year old defenseman
Mar 25/95
Calgary, Alb
6th round pick in 2010 Bantam Draft
Alberta AAA Midget Calgary

Joseph Leonidas
15 year old defenseman
June 24/96
Calgary, Alb
11th round pick in 2011 Bantam Draft
Alberta Minor Midget Calgary 16 GP 9-9-18 20pm

Matthew Murray
15 year old defenseman
July 23/96
Kamloops, BC
4th round pick in 2011 Bantam Draft
BC AAA Midget Thompson 15 GP 0-2-2 72pm

Jordan Steenbergen
15 year old defenseman
Jan 18/96
Sylvan Lake, Alb
3rd round pick in 2011 Bantam Draft
Alberta Minor Midget Red Deer 18 GP 2-13-15 74pm

Jack Thomas
15 year old defenseman
Jan 17/96
Calgary, Alb
12th round pick in 2011 Bantam Draft
Alberta Minor Midget Calgary 18 GP 0-5-5 8pm

Michael King
18 year old defenseman
Jan 22/93
Prince George, BC
3rd round pick in 2008 Bantam Draft
Committed to Colorado College
BCHL Westside 31 GP 3-15-18 14pm

Jakson Elynuik
16 year old forward
Feb 28/95
Calgary, Alb
7th round pick in 2010 Bantam Draft
Alberta AAA Midget Calgary

Jared Iron
17 year old forward
Mar 27/94
Canoe Narrows, Sask
8th round pick in 2009 Bantam Draft
SJHL La Ronge 33 GP 5-6-11 8pm

Braden Jakubowski
15 year old forward
Apr 16/96
Leduc, Alb
10th round pick in 2011 Bantam Draft
Alberta Minor Midget Leduc 18 GP 16-12-28 28pm

Kurt Johnas
17 year old forward
May 21/94
Winnipeg, Man
5th round pick in 2009 Bantam Draft
Manitoba High School Winnipeg
MJHL Steinbach 1 GP 0-0-0 0pm

Doug Morris
16 year old forward
May 8/95
Beaumont, Alb
Alberta AAA Midget Leduc

Kyle O’Connor
15 year old forward
Jan 30/96
Calgary Alb
4th round pick in 2011 Bantam Draft
Alberta Minor Midget Calgary 15 GP 13-11-24 24pm

Luke Philp
16 year old forward
Oct 6/95
Canmore, Alb
3rd round pick in 2010 Bantam Draft
Kootenay ICE 3 GP 0-0-0 0pm
AJHL Canmore 29 GP 10-22-32 24pm

Ryley Risling
15 year old forward
May 9/96
Medicine Hat, Alb
7th round pick in 2011 Bantam Draft
Alberta AA Midget Medicine Hat 19 GP 13-13-26 78pm

Carter Sawicki
15 year old forward
Sept 14/96
Red Deer, Alb
Alberta Minor Midget Red Deer 16 GP 3-8-11 46pm

Dylan Schellenberg
18 year old forward
Mar 22/93
Drumheller, Alb
8th round pick in 2008 Bantam Draft
AJHL Drumheller 20 GP 1-1-2 68pm
SJHL Estevan 11 GP 0-0-0 60pm

Collin Shirley
15 year old forward
Mar 16/96
Saskatoon, Sask
1st round pick in 2011 Bantam Draft
Sask AAA Midget Saskatoon 25 GP 5-6-11 6pm

Jared Virtanen
15 year old forward
June 30/96
Abbotsford, BC
8th round pick in 2011 Bantam Draft
BC AAA Midget Abbotsford

Jackson Waniek
15 year old forward
Surrey, BC
Sept 4/96
6th round pick in 2011 Bantam Draft
BC AAA Midget Cloverdale 28 GP 9-13-22 40pm

Ian Williams
16 year old forward
Feb 2/95
Wilcox, Sask
Sask AAA Midget Notre Dame 27 GP 11-22-36 30pm

Jesse Wood-Schatz
16 year old forward
Aug 22/95
Sherwood, Park, Alb
5th round pick in 2010 Bantam Draft
Kootenay ICE 2 GP 0-0-0 0pm
Alberta AAA Midget Sherwood Park 18 GP 7-12-19 66pm
AJHL Sherwood Park 4 GP 0-1-1 4pm

Zachary Zborosky
15 year old forward
Oct 15/96
Regina, Sask
5th round pick in 2011 Bantam Draft
Sask AAA Midget Regina 26 GP 8-6-14 26pm

Clayton Jardine
20 year old forward
Apr 3/91
Lacombe, Alb
9th round pick in 2006 Bantam Draft
NCAA Merrimack 13 GP 1-1-2 8pm

Stefan Nicholishen
18 year old forward
Apr 30/93
Penticton, BC
Committed to Nebraska-Omaha
BCHL Salmon Arm 20 GP 1-1-2 19pm

Brendan O'Donnell
19 year old forward
June 25/92
Winnipeg, Man
9th round pick in 2007 Bantam Draft
2010 NHL Draft 6th round Tampa Bay
NCAA North Dakota 12 GP 3-0-3 0pm

Riley Simpson
18 year old forward
Nov 30/93
Innisfail, Alb
12th round pick in 2008 Bantam Draft
NCAA Ohio State 2 GP 0-0-0 0pm

Colton St. Clair
19 year old forward
Nov 22/92
Gilbert, Ariz
10th round pick in 2007 Bantam Draft
NCAA North Dakota 0 GP injured

Friday, December 16, 2011

Pics Of The Game

Pics Of The Game from Cranbrook Photo.
They are the official photographers of the Kootenay ICE and are Cranbrook's Foto Source.
For more ICE pictures visit cranbrookphoto.com.
If you have a request of shots of a specific player contact Chris Pullen … chris@cranbrookphoto.com

Brendan Hurley sets up Elgin Pearce's first goal
Elgin Pearce scores his 2nd of the game on the power-play
Dylen McKinlay had 2 assists
Max Reinhart to the net ...
crashes into the net and leaves the game injured
Jaedon Descheneau is one 4 ICE players going to Windsor for U-17 Tournament after Xmas.
Sam Reinhart scores his 10th and will also play in U-17
Jon Groenheyde's blocker denies Dylen McKinlay
Elgin Pearce shoots ...
and forces overtime with his 2nd hat-trick of the season/career
Elgin Pearce is the only goal scorer in the shootout
Nathan Lieuwen's best save in the shootout vs Coda Gordon

Kootenay 5 Swift Current 4 SO Game #34

Cranbrook, BC – Kootenay ICE forward Elgin Pearce scored 3 goals and another in the shootout as The Kootenay ICE beat the Swift Current Broncos 5-4 in an overtime shootout in WHL action on Friday night.

The ICE (21-10-1-2) opened the scoring off a turnover at the Broncos line and on a 2-on-1 break Brendan Hurley fed Elgin Pearce who redirected the puck through the goalies’ legs.
After going 8 games without a goal, Pearce has goals in 3 of the last 4 games.

Early in the second period the ICE scored on a powerplay as Dylan McKinlay from behind the net found Elgin Pearce alone in front of the net and he scored on his own rebound on the backhand.
The Broncos (14-17-2-2) got back within a goal on rebound from Colby Cave who was the 1st round pick by the ICE in the 2010 Bantam Draft and was a part of the Cody Eakin trade last season.
The ICE regained the 2-goal lead on a wrist shot by Sam Reinhart that went high on the glove side.
The ICE lost Max Reinhart and Joe Antilla to injuries in the second period and both did not return.

The Broncos got within a goal again on the powerplay as Richard Nedomlel scored with a wrist shot from the slot that beat the goalie on the high on the glove side.
The Broncos tied the game on 3-on-2 rush and Coda Gordon scored with a shot through the goalies legs.
The Broncos took their first lead of the game as Taylor Vause scored his team leading 21st on a rebound.
The ICE forced overtime as Dylan McKinlay found Elgin Pearce alone in the slot and scored his 3rd goal of the game with a wrist shot high on the glove side for his 2nd hat-trick of the season and career.

The ICE won the shootout 1-0 as Elgin Pearce scored the only goal.

The ICE will host Lethbridge on Tuesday December 27th.

ICE Scratches – Hubic, Simpson, Benoit.
Joe Antilla switched from forward to defense for the game.
Sam Reinhart, Jaedon Descheneau, Jon Martin and Spencer Wand will miss the next 5 games as they will be playing in the U-17 tournament in Windsor.

Game Summary
Swift Current 14-17-2-2 Kootenay 21-10-1-2

1st Period
1, Kootenay, Pearce 12 (Hurley), 12:32.
Penalties-Vause S.c (tripping), 7:37; Paulsen Ktn (tripping), 15:40; Fleming S.c (cross checking), 19:42.

2nd Period
2, Kootenay, Pearce 13 (McKinlay), 0:15 (PP).
3, Swift Current, Cave 5 (Lowry, Hoban), 13:37.
4, Kootenay, S.Reinhart 10 (Wand, Paulsen), 15:37.
Penalties-Antilla Ktn (high sticking), 0:55; Czerwonka Ktn (slashing), 4:07; Ismond Ktn (slashing), 6:11.

3rd Period
5, Swift Current, Nedomlel 4 (Scarlett, Gordon), 2:58 (PP).
6, Swift Current, Gordon 14 (Vause), 8:31.
7, Swift Current, Vause 21 (Gordon, Scarlett), 10:59.
8, Kootenay, Pearce 14 (McKinlay), 17:03.
Penalties-Blanke S.c (major-fighting), 1:28; Wand Ktn (major-fighting), 1:28; Neibrandt Ktn (tripping), 2:27; Scarlett S.c (high sticking), 4:09.

OT Period-
No Scoring.
Penalties-No Penalties

ICE shot first.
Shootout
Kootenay 1 (Pearce G, Ismond NG, Reinhart NG).
Swift Current 0 (Cave NG, Gordon NG, Vause NG),
Shots on Goal
Swift Current 9-12-9-2-0-32.
Kootenay 15-9-12-3-1-40.
Power Play Opportunities
Swift Current 1 / 5; Kootenay 1 / 3.
Goalies
Swift Current, Groenheyde 11-11-1-3 (39 shots-35 saves). Kootenay, Lieuwen 16-8-1-2 (32 shots-28 saves).
A-2,712
Referees-Tyler Adair (58), Ryan Bonnett (39).
Linesmen-Steve Cochrane (125), Ian Shaver (74).

Trivia Game #34

During every ICE broadcast we ask a trivia question.

Today’s Trivia question.

Which Current ICE players have played in the U-17 tournament?

ANSWER – Mackenzie Skapski 2011, Nathan Lieuwen 2008, Drew Czerwonka 2009, Max Reinhart 2009?

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Swift Current @ Kootenay Game #34

The Kootenay ICE will host the Swift Current Broncos in their final game before the X-mas break.
It's the second meeting of the season.
December 4th in Swift Current - Broncos 2-1.
The ICE have 1 win in 6 games played in December and are 1-4-1 in the last 6 games at the Rec-Plex.
The Broncos have won 3 of their last 4 games.
The ICE are 3rd in the East Conference and the Broncos are 10th.
The ICE have lost the last 3 games against teams who are currently out of a playoff spot.
It's the final game until January 7th for Sam Reinhart (Pacific), Jaedon Descheneau (Pacific), Spencer Wand (West) and Jon Martin (West) who will be in the U-17 tournament in Windsor, Ontario. They will miss 5 games.
Broncos Coda Gordan has been invited to the 2012 Top Prospects Game and is tied with Sam Reinhart for 5th in Rookie scoring.
The Broncos powerplay is ranked 3rd in the WHL and the ICE penalty kill is ranked 3rd in the league.
Listen for the Pre-Game Show at 6:30 on The Drive.

Here is the link to tonight's FREEZE Magazine.
http://issuu.com/kootenayice/docs/december_16?mode=embed&layout=http%3A%2F%2Fskin.issuu.com%2Fv%2Flight%2Flayout.xml&showFlipBtn=true
Leaders
ICE
Goals – 16 Max Reinhart, 11 Jesse Ismond, Elgin Pearce
Assists – 22 Max Reinhart, 21 Jesse Ismond
Points – 38 Max Reinhart, 32 Jesse Ismond
Defenseman – 21 Joey Leach, 11 Luke Paulsen
Rookie – 29 Sam Reinhart
PM – 55 Jesse Ismond, 25 Joey Leach
+/- - +19 John Neibrandt
Avg – 2.05 Nathan Lieuwen, 2.89 Mackenzie Skapski

Broncos
Goals – 20 Taylor Vause
Assists – 24 Adam Lowry
Points – 41 Taylor Vause
Defenseman – 26 Reece Scarlett
Rookie – 29 Coda Gordon
PM – 95 Andy Blanke
+/- - +7 Coda Gordon
Avg – 3.59 Jon Groenheyde, 4.08 Austin Smith

Head to Head
ICE
Jesse Ismond 1-0-1
Sam Reinhart 0-1-1
Max Reinhart 0-1-1
Nathan Lieuwen 0-1-0-0 2.05 .909%

Broncos
Adam Lowry 1-0-1
Graham Black 1-0-1
Jon Groenheyde 1-0-0-0 1.00 .970%

Streaks
Jesse Ismond 4 games 1-4-5
Max Reinhart 3 games 0-3-3

Home
Max Reinhart 6-11-17
Jesse Ismond 7-8-15
Joey Leach 5-9-14
Elgin Pearce 7-6-13
Joe Antilla 2-8-10
Eric Benoit 5-4-9
Dylen McKinlay 4-5-9
Brock Montgomery 3-6-9
Drew Czerwonka 3-4-7
Sam Reinhart 3-3-6
Adam Rossignol 3-3-6
Nathan Lieuwen 7-3-1-0 2.35 .920% 1 SO
Mackenzie Skapski 3-2-0-0 2.42 .904%

Road
Sam Reinhart 6-17-23
Max Reinhart 10-11-21
Jesse Ismond 4-13-17
Drew Czerwonka 6-7-13
Joe Antilla 2-11-13
Brock Montgomery 7-4-11
Luke Paulsen 1-8-9
Elgin Pearce 4-4-8
Eric Benoit 3-4-7
Joey Leach 2-5-7
Dylen McKinlay 2-5-7
Jagger Dirk 1-6-7
Nathan Lieuwen 8-5-0-2 1.81 .935% 1 SO
Mackenzie Skapski 2-0-0-0 3.69 .859%

Thursday, December 15, 2011

6 ICE to the Mac's

According to Alan Caldwell, http://smallatlarge.blogspot.com/, 6 members of the ICE will be involved in this years' Mac's Tournament.

Kyle Krabben D - Calgary Buffaloes
Jakson Elynuik F - Calgary Flames
Doug Morris F - Leduc
Collin Shirley F - Saskatoon Blazers
Jesse Wood-Schatz F - Sherwood Park
Wyatt Hoflin G - St. Albert

Great Scott! Niedermayer Jersey #27 Retired Tomorrow

Big Night in New Jersey tomorrow.

WHL Players In International Events

Calgary, AB – The Western Hockey League is proud to announce that 57 WHL players will suit up in international competition in December and January.
A total of 47 WHL players have already been named to national teams that will compete in Under-20 and Under-17 tournaments, while another nine players have been invited to the selection camps for their respective countries. One other player, Brett Connolly, was loaned to Canada’s national junior team from the NHL’s Tampa Bay Lightning, but is still eligible to play in the WHL for the Cougars this season.
Six WHL players, including Connolly, will play for Team Canada at the 2012 World Junior Championship tournament, while another eight players have been named to their respective national Under-20 teams for the World Junior Championships in Alberta or the Division 1 Under-20 championship in Germany.
34 of the WHL’s top 16-year-old players will suit up for the World Under-17 Hockey Challenge in Ontario, with 22 players set to represent Team Pacific (Alberta and B.C.) and another 12 to represent Team West (Manitoba and Saskatchewan).
The Edmonton Oil Kings and the Prince George Cougars lead the way with six players each heading off to international tournaments. The Vancouver Giants will see five players head off for international competition.
Here’s a look at who will be playing internationally over the next few weeks:
Brandon Wheat Kings
*Alessio Bertaggia – Switzerland (WJ)
Ayrton Nikkel – Team Pacific (U-17)
Mark Stone – Canada (WJ)

Calgary Hitmen
Greg Chase – Team Pacific (U-17)
Victor Rask – Sweden (WJ)

Edmonton Oil Kings
Mason Geertsen – Team Pacific (U-17)
*Martin Gernat – Slovakia (WJ)
Tristan Jarry – Team Pacific (U-17)
Curtis Lazar – Team Pacific (U-17)
Kristians Pelss – Latvia (WJ)
Mark Pysyk – Canada (WJ)

Everett Silvertips
*Vladimir Dolnik – Slovakia (WJ)
Austin Lotz – Team West (U-17)
Ryan Murray – Canada (WJ)

Kamloops Blazers
Marek Hrbas – Czech Republic (WJ)
Matt Needham – Team Pacific (U-17)

Kelowna Rockets
Tyson Baillie – Team Pacific (U-17)
Madison Bowey – Team West (U-17)
Jesse Lees – Team Pacific (U-17)
*Filip Vasko – Slovakia (WJ)
Kootenay Ice
Jaedon Descheneau – Team Pacific (U-17)
Jonathan Martin – Team West (U-17)
Sam Reinhart – Team Pacific (U-17)
Spencer Wand – Team West (U-17)

Lethbridge Hurricanes
Macoy Erkamps – Team Pacific (U-17)
Craig Leverton – Team West (U-17)
Jay Merkley – Team Pacific (U-17)

Medicine Hat Tigers
*Emerson Etem – United States (WJ)

Moose Jaw Warriors
Carter Hansen – Team West (U-17)
Quinton Howden – Canada (WJ)
Torrin White – Team Pacific (U-17)

Portland Winterhawks
*Sven Bartschi – Switzerland (WJ)
Nicolas Petan – Team Pacific (U-17)

Prince Albert Raiders
Jonas Knutsen – Norway (WJ Div-1)
Josh Morrissey – Team Pacific (U-17)

Prince George Cougars
**Brett Connolly – Canada (WJ)
Jarrett Fontaine – Team West (U-17)
Alex Forsberg – Team West (U-17)
*Martin Marincin – Slovakia (WJ)
Jordan Tkatch – Team West (U-17)
Chase Witala – Team Pacific (U-17)

Red Deer Rebels
Kayle Doetzel – Team West (U-17)
Cory Millette – Team West (U-17)

Regina Pats
Kyle Burroughs – Team Pacific (U-17)
Morgan Klimchuk – Team Pacific (U-17)

Saskatoon Blades
Andrey Makarov – Russia (WJ)
Nick Zajac – Team West (U-17)

Seattle Thunderbirds
Marcel Noebels – Germany (WJ Div-1)
*Dave Sutter – Switzerland (WJ)

Spokane Chiefs
Dominik Uher – Czech Republic (WJ)

Tri-City Americans
Eric Comrie – Team Pacific (U-17)

Vancouver Giants
Anthony Ast – Team Pacific (U-17)
Brendan Gallagher – Canada (WJ)
Jackson Houck – Team Pacific (U-17)
David Musil – Czech Republic (WJ)
*Marek Tvrdon – Slovakia (WJ)

Victoria Royals
Keegan Kanzig – Team Pacific (U-17)
* Attending national team selection camp
**Currently playing in the NHL, but remains WHL-eligible

2012 Top Prospects Game Rosters

Team Orr
Goaltenders
Malcolm Subban (Belleville Bulls)
Francois Tremblay (Val d’Or Foreurs)

Defencemen
Gianluca Curcuruto (Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds)
Matthew Finn (Guelph Storm)
Olli Maatta (London Knights)
Adam Pelech (Erie Otters)
Derrick Pouliot (Portland Winterhawks)
Griffin Reinhart (Edmonton Oil Kings)

Forwards
Andreas Athanasiou (London Knights)
Francis Beauvillier (Rimouski Oceanic)
Raphael Bussieres (Baie-Comeau Drakkar)
Radek Faksa (Kitchener Rangers)
Mikhail Grigorenko (Quebec Remparts)
Tomas Hyka (Gatineau Olympiques)
Scott Kosmachuk (Guelph Storm)
Matia Marcantuoni (Kitchener Rangers)
Tanner Pearson (Barrie Colts)
Colton Sissons (Kelowna Rockets)
Chandler Stephenson (Regina Pats)
Lukas Sutter (Saskatoon Blades)

Team Cherry
Goaltenders
Matthew Murray (Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds)
Brandon Whitney (Victoriaville Tigres)

Defencemen
Cody Ceci (Ottawa 67’s)
Mathew Dumba (Red Deer Rebels)
Nick Ebert (Windsor Spitfires)
Slater Koekkoek (Peterborough Petes)
Ryan Murray (Everett Silvertips)
Damon Severson (Kelowna Rockets)

Forwards
Martin Frk (Halifax Mooseheads)
Brendan Gaunce (Belleville Bulls)
Coda Gordon (Swift Current Broncos)
Charles Hudon (Chicoutimi Sagueneens)
Scott Laughton (Oshawa Generals)
Jarrod Maidens (Owen Sound Attack)
Andrew Ryan (Halifax Mooseheads)
Gemel Smith (Owen Sound Attack)
Dominik Volek (Regina Pats)
Thomas Wilson (Plymouth Whalers)
Nail Yakupov (Sarnia Sting)
Daniil Zharkov (Belleville Bulls)

Tuesday, December 13, 2011

Pics Of The Game

Pics Of The Game from Cranbrook Photo.
They are the official photographers of the Kootenay ICE and are Cranbrook's Foto Source.
For more ICE pictures visit cranbrookphoto.com.
If you have a request of shots of a specific player contact Chris Pullen … chris@cranbrookphoto.com

Joe Antilla trying to get a shot on Dubyk
Brock Montgomery hits the goal post.
Max Reinhart and Mathew Dumba on a day they were cut by Team Canada.
Brock Montgomery does the splits.
From the Dressing Room to the bench.
Elgin Pearce scores ...
and celebrates.

Red Deer 4 Kootenay 2 Game #33

Cranbrook, BC – The Red Deer Rebels ended a 13 game losing streak with a 4-2 win over the Kootenay ICE in WHL action on Tuesday night.

The Rebels (15-15-0-3) opened the scoring as Colten Mayor banked one in from behind the net that squeaked through the goalies legs.
The ICE (20-10-1-2) tied the game late in the period as Joey Leach’s slap shot from the point sneaked through the goalie.

Early in the second period the ICE scored on the powerplay as Elgin Pearce slapped a one-timer on a feed from Jesse Ismond.
Ismond extended his point streak to four games.
Thirty seconds later the Rebels tied the game on a long slap shop from Turner Elson.
The Rebels took a 3-2 lead on a goal mouth scramble with Mayor getting his 2nd of the game.

In the third period the Rebels added an insurance goal as Tyson Ness got a loose puck near the crease and beat the goalie who misplayed the puck that came off the end boards.

The win ended the Rebels losing streak at a Franchise Record 13 games (0-11-2-0-2)

ICE forward Max Reinhart and Rebels defenseman Mathew Dumba both played after being cut at Canada’s selection camp earlier in the day.
The ICE will host Swift Current on Friday in their final game before the Holiday break.

ICE Scratches – Simpson, Martin, Cable.

Game Summary
Red Deer 15-15-0-3 Kootenay 20-10-1-2

1st Period
1, Red Deer, Mayor 10 (Ness, Robinson), 5:06.
2, Kootenay, Leach 7 19:16.
Penalties-Bleackley R.d (tripping), 12:58; Doetzel R.d (hooking), 19:33.

2nd Period
3, Kootenay, Pearce 11 (Ismond, M.Reinhart), 3:31 (PP).
4, Red Deer, Elson 13 (Hamilton, Dumba), 4:01.
5, Red Deer, Mayor 11 (Thiel , Robinson), 14:17.
Penalties-Maxwell R.d (high sticking), 3:09; Paulsen Ktn (cross checking), 6:27; McKinlay Ktn (boarding), 8:59; Wand Ktn (tripping), 16:18.

3rd Period
6, Red Deer, Ness 7 (Weller, Hamilton), 18:48.
Penalties-Ismond Ktn (slashing), 5:54; Reinhart Ktn (hooking), 19:52; Paulsen Ktn (slashing), 19:56.

Shots on Goal-Red Deer 9-10-11-30. Kootenay 9-12-12-33.
Power Play Opportunities-Red Deer 0 / 6; Kootenay 1 / 3.
Goalies-Red Deer, Dubyk 3-1-0-0 (21 shots-19 saves). Kootenay, Lieuwen 15-8-1-2 (20 shots-16 saves).
A-2,468
Referees-Devin Klein (9).
Linesmen-Jim Maniago (85), Matthew Sanders (70).

Trivia Game #33

During every ICE broadcast we ask a trivia question.

Today’s Trivia question.

When was the last time an ICE player played for Canada at WJHC?

ANSWER – 2005 Nigel Dawes and Jeff Glass?

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Red Deer @ Kootenay Game #33

The Kootenay ICE will host the Red Deer Rebels will meet for the 5th time this season.
The series is tied 2-2 with all 4 games 1-goal decisions.
September 23 in Red Deer - 3-2 SO
October 8 in Red Deer - ICE 2-1
October 26 in Cranbrook - ICE 3-2
November 5 in Cranbrook - Rebels 4-3 OT
The ICE ended a 4-game losing streak with a 3-2 win in Medicine Hat on Saturday and are 3rd in the East Conference.
The ICE have 1 win in the last 5 games at the Rec-Plex.
Of the 32 games the ICE have played, 18 have been 1-goal decision or a 2-goal decision because of an empty net goal.
The Rebels lost 5-0 to Prince Albert on Sunday and are 0-11-0-2 in the last 13 games and are 9th in the East Conference.
Rebels defensemen Alex Petrovic is at Canada's selection camp.
Canada's cuts on Tuesday morning were Red Deer defenceman Mathew Dumba, Rimouski blueliner Jerome Gauthier-Leduc, Brenden Kichton of Spokane, Mark McNeill of Prince Albert, Brandon forward Michael Ferland, Saint John forward Zack Phillips and Kootenay forward Max Reinhart.
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Leaders
ICE
Goals – 16 Max Reinhart, 11 Jesse Ismond
Assists – 21 Max Reinhart, 20 Sam Reinhart, Jesse Ismond
Points – 36 Max Reinhart, 31 Jesse Ismond
Defenseman – 20 Joey Leach
Rookie – 29 Sam Reinhart
PM – 53 Jesse Ismond
+/- - +19 John Neibrandt
Avg – 1.97 Nathan Lieuwen, 2.89 Mackenzie Skapski

Rebels
Goals – 12 John Persson, Turner Elson, Adam Kambeitz
Assists – 23 Alex Petrovic
Points – 34 John Persson
Defenseman – 26 Alex Petrovic
Rookie – 13 Cory Millette
PM – 51 Alex Petrovic
+/- - +11 Justin Weller
Avg – 2.74 Patrik Bartosak, 3.26 Bolton Pouliot, 6.02 Tyler Oswald

Head to Head
ICE
Elgin Pearce 3-2-5
Brock Montgomery 1-2-3
Eric Benoit 2-0-2
Sam Reinhart 1-1-2
Joey Leach 1-1-2
Nathan Lieuwen 2-0-1-1 2.16 .927%

Rebels
John Persson 2-2-4
Mathew Dumba 1-3-4
Adam Kambeitz 2-0-2
Turner Elson 2-0-2
Dalton Siwak 1-1-2
Patrik Bartosak 2-2-0-0 2.42 .923%

Streaks
Jesse Ismond 3 games 1-3-4
Eric Benoit 2 games 0-3-3

Home
Max Reinhart 6-10-16
Jesse Ismond 7-7-14
Joey Leach 4-9-13
Elgin Pearce 6-6-12
Joe Antilla 2-8-10
Eric Benoit 5-4-9
Dylen McKinlay 4-5-9
Brock Montgomery 3-6-9
Drew Czerwonka 3-4-7
Sam Reinhart 3-3-6
Adam Rossignol 3-3-6
Nathan Lieuwen 7-2-1-0 2.20 .925% 1 SO
Mackenzie Skapski 3-2-0-0 2.42 .904%

Road
Sam Reinhart 6-17-23
Max Reinhart 10-11-21
Jesse Ismond 4-13-17
Drew Czerwonka 6-7-13
Joe Antilla 2-11-13
Brock Montgomery 7-4-11
Luke Paulsen 1-8-9
Elgin Pearce 4-4-8
Eric Benoit 3-4-7
Joey Leach 2-5-7
Dylen McKinlay 2-5-7
Jagger Dirk 1-6-7
Nathan Lieuwen 8-5-0-2 1.81 .935% 1 SO
Mackenzie Skapski 2-0-0-0 3.69 .859%

Monday, December 12, 2011

Canada Camp

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CALGARY – Mark Stone of the Brandon Wheat Kings and Brandon Gormley of the Moncton Wildcats scored in Red's 2-0 win over White in an intra-squad game at the Canadian junior hockey team's selection camp Monday.

Phil Di Guiseppe of the University of Michigan and Philip Danault of the Victoriaville Tigres assisted on Stone's goal. Gormley's was scored on an empty net when White pulled goalie Tyler Bunz for an extra attacker.


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Di Guiseppe's point was his third in a pair of intra-squad games.

Red goalies Louis Domingue of the Quebec Remparts and Mark Visentin of the Niagara IceDogs combined to stop 25 shots for a shutout. Domingue turned away 12 and Visentin 13.

Plymouth Whalers goalie Scott Wedgewood posted a shutout in his half of the game for White, stopping all 14 shots. Bunz of the Medicine Hat Tigers then gave up one goal on 28 shots in front of announced attendance of 1,776.

Monday's game had more pace than the previous night's intra-squad game, but players fanned on scoring chances several times.

“All four goaltenders played really well and I thought there was more jump than last night,” Canada's head coach Don Hay said. “Obviously we'd like to see more goal scoring, but the goalies played really well.”

Tampa Bay Lightning forward Brett Connolly played in the game despite a “lower-body bruise” he suffered in the previous night's intra-squad game.

He knocked Moose Jaw Warriors forward Quinton Howden hard into the boards in the second period. Howden left the ice bent over in distress and did not return.

Hay said Howden had an “upper-body injury” and that he would be evaluated Tuesday morning. Howden suffered a concussion during the Florida Panthers rookie camp in September.

Connolly said he wasn't trying to hurt Howden.

“It's a tough play. I was just trying to finish my check,” Connolly explained. “I feel bad now. Hopefully he's not hurt too bad.

“Definitely I could have held up a little bit. I haven't talked to him yet. I'll go and apologize.”

Connolly and Howden are two of four veterans expected to play for Canada a second straight year.

“I thought Connolly was finishing his check. It might have been a little bit late,” Hay said. “We asked (Connolly) to play a little more physical tonight and he did that.”

Forty-two players were invited to selection camp. Hay will release some Tuesday morning. Those who remain will face a team of university players at night.

Hay's final cuts Wednesday morning will determine which 22 players will represent Canada at the upcoming world junior hockey championship.

Stone, a sixth-round draft pick of the Ottawa Senators, was a standout at the junior team's summer camp playing on the wing of centre Ryan Johansen and left-winger Jonathan Huberdeau.

On Monday, Mark Scheifele of the Barrie Colts was his centre and Di Guiseppe played on Stone's opposite wing.

“I was a little bit nervous last night and today I had a little more confidence with the puck,” Stone said. “I got to the net a lot more tonight and that's what I wanted to do.”

Canada opens the 2012 world junior hockey championship Dec. 26 in Edmonton against Finland.

Team Red 2 - Team White 0
Goals/Penalties
First Period
Goals:
   None
Penalties:
   06:17 WHT 8 Mathew Dumba (Boarding)
   12:48 RED 6 Max Reinhart (Inter. on Goaltender)
   15:10 RED 6 Brendan Gallagher (Interference)
   19:19 RED 21 Boone Jenner (Inter. on Goaltender)

Second Period
Goals:
   None
Penalties:
   08:14 WHT 25 Devante Smith-Pelly (Interference)
   09:03 WHT 5 Mark Pysyk (Boarding)
   10:33 WHT 27 Brett Connolly (Boarding)
   18:33 RED 21 Boone Jenner (Roughing)
   18:33 WHT 7 Dougie Hamilton (Roughing)

Third Period
Goals:
   04:45 RED 11 Mark Stone (15 Phillip Danault, 25 Phillip Di Giuseppe)
   19:42 RED 4 Brandon Gormley  SH EN
Penalties:
   01:38 WHT 22 Freddie Hamilton (Tripping)
   07:52 RED 7 Tanner Pearson (Interference)
   10:51 RED 21 Boone Jenner (Roughing)
   18:17 RED 20 Zack Phillips (Boarding)

Goaltenders
Team Red
1 Louis Domingue On 1/00:00 Off 2/10:00
31 Mark Visentin On 2/10:01 Off 3/20:00
Team White
1 Scott Wedgewood On 1/00:00 Off 2/10:00
31 Tyler Bunz On 2/10:01 Off 3/18:18
Shots on Goal   1     2     3   Total
Team Red 6 10 9 25
Team White 7 16 9 32

WHL 22

Kootenay – 1 win in 5 games, 1-3-1 last 5 at home.
Tuesday vs Red Deer (2-0-1-1)
Friday vs Swift Current (0-1-0-0)

Calgary – 2 wins in a row.
Wednesday in Lethbridge (1-1-0-0)
Friday vs Regina (2-0-0-1)
Saturday in Edmonton (0-2-0-0)

Edmonton – 9 wins in a row. 8-0-0-0 during current 11-game homestand.
Wednesday vs Victoria (1-0-0-0)
Saturday vs Calgary (2-0-0-0)
Sunday vs Regina (0-2-0-0)

Lethbridge – 5 wins in the last 7.
Wednesday vs Calgary (1-1-0-0)
Friday vs Victoria (0-1-0-0)
Saturday vs Swift Current (0-2-0-0)

Medicine Hat – 0-4-1-1 last 6 at home.
Wednesday vs Red Deer (1-0-0-0)
Saturday vs Victoria (1-1-0-0)

Red Deer – 0-11-0-2 in last 13.
Tuesday in Kootenay (2-2-0-0)
Wednesday in Medicine Hat (0-1-0-0)
Saturday vs Regina (1-1-0-0)

Brandon – 1 win in last 4.
Tuesday vs Kelowna (only meeting)
Friday vs Kamloops (only meeting)

Moose Jaw – 6-1-1-1 in the last 9.
Friday in Saskatoon (1-0-1-0)
Saturday vs Kamloops (only meeting)

Prince Albert – 4-1-0-1 in the last 6.
Tuesday vs Kamloops (only meeting)
Friday vs Kelowna (only meeting)

Regina – Won 2 of last 3.
Wednesday vs Kelowna (only meeting)
Friday in Calgary (1-2-0-0)
Saturday in Red Deer (1-1-0-0)
Sunday in Edmonton (2-0-0-0)

Saskatoon – 2-5-0-0 in last 7.
Wednesday vs Kamloops (only meeting)
Friday vs Moose Jaw (1-1-0-0)
Saturday vs Kelowna (only meeting)

Swift Current – Won 3 of the last 4.
Friday in Kootenay (1-0-0-0)
Saturday in Medicine Hat (1-1-0-0)

Kamloops – 8-1-0-0 in last 9, 1-1-0-0 on current East Division trip.
Tuesday in Prince Albert (only meeting)
Wednesday in Saskatoon (only meeting)
Friday in Brandon (only meeting)
Saturday in Moose Jaw (only meeting)

Kelowna – 1 win in last 5, 0-1-0-1 on current East Division trip.
Tuesday in Brandon (only meeting)
Wednesday in Regina (only meeting)
Friday in Prince Albert (only meeting)
Saturday in Saskatoon (only meeting)

Prince George – Won 4 of last 5.
Friday vs Vancouver (1-2-0-1)
Saturday vs Vancouver

Vancouver – Won 3 of last 4.
Tuesday @ Seattle (1-1-0-0)
Friday in Prince George (3-1-0-0)
Saturday in Prince George

Victoria – 1-3-0-1 in last 5.
Wednesday in Edmonton (0-1-0-0)
Friday in Lethbridge (1-0-0-0)
Saturday in Medicine Hat (1-1-0-0)

Everett – 1-11-0-4 in last 16.
Wednesday in Spokane (0-3-0-1)
Friday vs Spokane

Portland – 0-2-1-0 in last 3.
Saturday in Spokane (3-0-0-0)

Seattle – 1 win in last 4.
Tuesday vs Vancouver (1-1-0-0)
Friday in Tri City (1-1-0-0)
Saturday vs Tri City

Spokane – 3-1-1-1 in last 6.
Wednesday vs Everett (4-0-0-0)
Friday in Everett
Saturday vs Portland (0-1-1-1)

Tri City – 10-1-0-0 in last 11.
Friday vs Seattle (1-1-0-0)
Saturday in Seattle