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RAIDER REVIEW: The Raiders (50-9-2-2) are back at home tonight to take on the Swift Current Broncos (10-45-4-2) at the Art Hauser Centre. In their last outing, the Raiders fell 4-2 to the Moose Jaw Warriors at Mosaic Place on Saturday night. Aliaksei Protas picked up an assist on both goals, which were scored by Dante Hannoun and Justin Nachbaur. Ian Scott stopped 25 shots in 53 minutes of action in the loss. Boston Bilous stopped the only shot he faced in relief.
VS. SWIFT CURRENT: This is the sixth of eight games between the Raiders and Broncos. The Raiders defeated the Broncos 3-1 in the last meeting on Feb. 13 in Swift Current. Including tonight, these two teams will play three games over the course of seven games.
2018-19 SEASON SERIES AT A GLANCE
Nov. 9/18 at PA | PA 6 SC 2 | N. Gregor (2g-2a), S. Montgomery (2g), K. McDonald (1g-1a)
Dec. 4/18 at SC | SC 3 PA 2 (SO) | J. Hofer (52 saves), B. Pachal (1g), E. Regnier (1g-1a)
Dec. 14/18 at SC | PA 6 SC 4 | S. Montgomery (2g-1a), C. Miller (1g-1a), C. Horning (1g-1a)
Dec. 15/18 at PA | PA 7 SC 5 | N. Gregor (2g), J. Nachbaur (2g), J. Kiviniemi (1g-1a)
Feb. 13/19 at SC | PA 3 SC 1 | D. Hannoun (1g-2a), P. Kelly (2g), S. Moe (2a)
March 5/19 at PA
March 8/19 at PA
March 10/19 at SC
Power play: Prince Albert – 5/16; Swift Current – 6/25
Leading scorer: Prince Albert – Noah Gregor (5g-2a); Swift Current – Ethan Regnier (1g-5a)
SCOTTY MUNRO MEMORIAL TROPHY: The Raiders can claim the Scotty Munro Memorial Trophy by earning a single point tonight against the Swift Current Broncos. The Scotty Munro Memorial Trophy is awarded to the WHL team that earns the most points in the regular season. The last time the Raiders won the trophy was in 1984-85 en route to lifting the Memorial Cup.
HELPING HAND: Raiders rookie Aliaksei Protas recorded his third multi-assist game of this WHL career with a pair of helpers on Saturday night in Moose Jaw. His career high for assists in a game was three set on Nov. 2 against the Kootenay ICE. Protas leads all Raider rookies with 37 points (10g-27a) this season.
PUTTING UP SHOTS: The Raiders were outshot on Saturday night, snapping a streak of 17 games in which the Raiders outshot their opponents. In total, the Raiders have only been outshot eight times this season, posting a 6-2-0-0 record in those games. The Raiders are outshooting opponents by an average of 11 shots per game.
ROSTER NEWS: 2002-born forward Evan Herman was returned to Rink Hockey Academy Prep of the CSSHL on Monday.
NEXT UP: The Raiders host the Broncos in a rematch of tonight’s game on Friday night. Puck drop is 7 p.m. Tickets are available at raiderhockey.com and the Raider Office.