The Swan Valley Stampeders snapped a 4 game losing streak in a big way last night (Tues) hammering the Dauphin Kings 6-2 at Credit Union Place.
The Stamps would get off to a quick start as just 25 seconds in, Trevar Mann would be left alone in front and jam home his 9th of the season to make it 1-0 Swan. They would add to their lead just 2:16 later on the power play, as from below the line, Connor Navrot would bank one in off a Kings defenceman in front for his 4th to make it an early 2-0 lead. The Kings would be able to cut their deficit in half as Thomas Hansell received a nice pass from Mason Fischer and bury his 9th of the year to make it 2-1. But with 5:33 to go in the 1st period, the Stampeders would regain their 2 goal lead as Daylin Smallchild would walk in from the right point and let out a hard slap-shot that would beat Justin Anderson over the right pad for his 2nd to give his team a 3-1 advantage after 1 period. Shots 13-12 Dauphin after 20 minutes.
The visitors would add to their lead 4:47 into the middle frame as Connor Navrot (pictured above) would rip home his 2nd of the night past Anderson to make it a 4-1 Stamps lead. Riley Shamray would bring the Kings to once again within 2 with his 7th making it 4-2. Swan Valley would add 2 more late goals, 1:51 apart late in the 2nd off the sticks of Trevar Mann and Shane Roulette to give the road team a 6-2 lead after 40 minutes and that's where it would end off after a scoreless 3rd period.
Ethan Peterson earned his 2nd win of the season making 33 saves in the Stamps' net while Justin Anderson turned aside 43 shots in the losing cause.
The two teams will meet tonight (Wed) in Swan River for the final pre-Christmas break game for both teams. GX94 will broadcast the game with Yorkton Dodge Junior Hockey, pregame 7:20 pxp at 7:30.
(Don’t forget to enter in for the Stampeders Penalty Kill contest during tonight’s broadcast for chance to win $40 gift certificate to Y Not Johnny’s. Call 1-306-783-8622 between 5:00PM-7:20PM to enter in your name to become a contestant
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