First the Stampeders completed a couple trades, including acquiring 20 year old F Bradly Goethals from the Selkirk Steelers in exchange for 19 year old F Noah Basarab, a 2019 6th round pick and future considerations.
Goethals (pictured above) who hails from Île-des-Chênes, Manitoba had 16 goals, 17 assists for 33 points in 72 games recently with the Saskatoon Blades.
Meanwhile, Basarab played in 142 career games with the Stampeders scoring 34 goals, 41 assists for 75 points including 12 points in 9 games this season.
The Stamps made another trade acquiring 20 year old F Campbell Balk (West Olive, Michigan) from the Yarmouth Mariners (MaJHL) for future considerations.
Balk had 2 goals 18 assists for 20 points for the Mariners last season. He also played one game with the North American Hockey League's Jamestown Rebels in 2018/19.
Meanwhile on the ice,
Newcomer Brad Goethals had one of the goals while Matt Osadick had the GWG to lead the Swan Valley Stampeders to their 7th victory of the season as they defeated the visiting Steinbach Pistons 3-2 on Sunday night.
Brian Harris had the other goal for the Stamps while Michael Davis made 31 saves to earn the victory.
The next game for the Stamps will be on Friday night when they visit the Selkirk Steelers before they visit the Winnipeg Blues on Saturday night.Stamps Director of Player Personnel Darren Webster recaps two victories and talks about the two trades the teams made
Elsewhere in the MJHL,
The Waywayseecappo earned 4 out of possible 6 points on their 3 game road trip after they fell 2-1 on Sunday to the Winnipeg Blues.
The Wolverines beat Winkler and Selkirk on Friday and Saturday respectively.
Issac Labelle made 27 saves in the loss while Drew Anderson chipped in with the lone goal.
Jayson Szun and Kelton Sutherland had the markers for the Blues.
The next action for the Wolverines will be on Wednesday night when they visit the Neepawa Natives at Yellowhead Center. Puck drop will be at 7:30PM MB time.
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