Friday, August 28, 2009

Tigers 2 vs Moose jaw 5

(3 posts today. Training Camp, + Trade Rumour down below)
First Exhibition Game of the season

First Period
1. MJ - Edmundson (Herman, Scott) PP, 13:38
2. M J - Edwards (Paradis, Smith) PP, 14:12

Shots on Goal: MJ 15 / MH 4

Second Period
3. MJ – Honejsek (Gwinner, MacKay) ES, 1:55
4. MJ – Edwards (Rielly, McIlrath) ES, 3:56
5. MHT – Shinkaruk (Etem) ES, 12:48
6. MHT –Forsyth, ES, 13:58

Shots on Goal: MJ 13 / MH 11
2 Period Totals: MJ 28/ MH 15

Third Period
7. MJ – Edwards (Gwinner) ES, 3:10

Shots on Goal: MJ 6/ MH 7
3 Period Totals: MJ 34/ MH 22
MJ – Glover 21/22
MHT – Bunz 23/27
MHT – Birch 10/11

Moose Jaw Times Article

Spencer Edwards continued his stellar pre-season with the Moose Jaw Warriors by netting a hat trick in a 5-2 Warriors win over the Medicine Hat Tigers Friday afternoon.

The Warriors will return to the ice Saturday afternoon when they face the Red Deer Rebels at the Edmonton Oil Kings third annual pre-season invitational tournament in the Alberta capital.

The Warriors stormed out of the gates in their first pre-season game as they out-shot the Tiger 15-4 in the first period and built a 4-0 lead four minutes into the second period.

Rookie defenceman Joel Edmundson opened the scoring for the Warriors on the power play and Czech rookie Antonin Honejsek also scored for the Tribe.

Shayne Gwinner, who was one of four 1994-born players in the lineup, picked up a pair of assists for the Warriors who also got helpers from Jakub Herman, Corey Scott, Jesse Paradis, Kevin Smith, Matt MacKay, Morgan Rielly and Dylan McIlrath.
The Warriors only dressed six veterans.

Hunter Shinkaruk and Michael Forsyth replied for the Tigers.
Brandon Glover made 21 as saves as he returned from injury and played the entire game in goal for the Warriors.

For Medicine Hat, Tyler Bunz allowed four goals on 27 shots, while former Warrior goalie Kyle Birch stopped 10 of the 11 shots he faced.
Warriors forward Joey Kornelsen was cut for eight stitches on the chin and left the game with a mild concussion in the second period. The Tigers were assessed a five minute major on the play.

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