Thursday, October 21, 2010

Tigers Defeat Warriors 3-2 SO

Scoring Summary
1. M.H Etem, (4) (Busenius, Hamilton), 10:52
1. M.J MacMaster, (4) (Cox, Edwards), 17:21 (PP)
2. M.H Carr, (2) (Harrison, Pitlick), 15:42 (PP)
3. M.J Howden, (6) (Bowman, Hood), 19:50 (PP)

Shootout Summary
36 Wacey Hamilton No Goal
4 Jace Coyle No Goal
15 Linden Vey Goal

27 Spencer Edwards No Goal
28 Dylan Hood No Goal
21 Quinton Howden No Goal

3 Stars
1. M.H - 30 Tyler Bunz
2. M.J - 33 Thomas Heemskerk
3. M.H - 15 Linden Vey

Warriors - 33
Tigers - 26

The Tigers have been consistently giving up 30+ shots every game this season. That doesn't look very good from the team defensive side of things.


Sounds like Tyler Bunz had a pretty good game against the warriors. The Tigers were the better team in the first 2 periods, but the warriors turned the pressure on in the third period and took it to them.

Medicine hat News Article
Moose Jaw Herald Article

A side note local Hat Kid Ryan Aasman was traded to the Swift Current broncos from Seattle for a 5th round pick. Ryan Aasman is an 18 year old and stands 5'10 180 lbs. This is his 3rd whl team. He has been held pointless and was a -2 in 8 games for seattle with 2 penalty minutes.


Team WHL vs Russia
Announced Today. Linden Vey Will be the only Tiger on the squad. He will participate in both games.

These games let team Canada get a better look at players that may be eligible for the upcoming WJC, hence why no Tyler Pitlick or Emerson Etem on the list. I am disappointed that Bunz wasn't selected for a game. Probably means he will have to start playing lights out if he wants any consideration for a WJC camp invite.

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