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Fleury plays hero as Ice score electric OT win against Moose Jaw

Originally published in the Cranbrook Daily Townsman/Kimberley Daily Bulletin (Nov. 20, 2015)

Cale Fleury stepped off the bench with less than two minutes to go in overtime and hollered for the puck with a clear lane in front of him. 1,389 more words

Kootenay Ice

Game #23: Warriors at Ice

The Kootenay Ice (4-16-2-0) will look to get back into the win column when they host the Moose Jaw Warriors (11-7-2-1) Friday evening. This is the third of four meetings this season between the Warriors and Ice. 653 more words

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Alfaro takes on added responsibility as injuries mount for Ice

Originally published in the Cranbrook Daily Townsman/Kimberley Daily Bulletin (Nov. 19, 2015)

When injuries mount, it’s easy to focus on what’s missing from the picture and all too often what’s forgotten is the added responsibility and bigger roles taken on by those left to shoulder the load. 991 more words

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Noah Gregor has 4 points as Warriors beat Blades 7-4

SASKATOON – Noah Gregor had a goal and three assists and Brody Willms made 41 saves as the Moose Jaw Warriors beat the Saskatoon Blades 7-4 on Friday night in Western Hockey League action. 127 more words


Four-goal outburst propels Warriors past Blades

Warriors 7,  Blades 4

A three-minute meltdown in the third period spoiled an otherwise solid effort by the Saskatoon Blades Friday night at the SaskTel Centre. 495 more words


Pats' Austin Wagner is starting to find his game again

After a slow start to the 2015-16 WHL campaign, Austin Wagner feels like he’s getting back up to speed.

The Regina Pats’ right winger had his most productive outing of the season on Saturday with one goal and two assists in a 4-3 overtime win versus the Moose Jaw Warriors. 560 more words

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Regina Pats' penalty killers thrive against Moose Jaw Warriors in WHL

The sample size may be small, but the Regina Pats took a huge leap forward on the penalty kill over the weekend.

The club’s much-maligned PK unit pitched a shutout in two meetings with the Moose Jaw Warriors, holding them off the board on all seven chances — two in a 5-1 loss on Friday and five during a 4-3 overtime win on Saturday. 359 more words