RAIDER REVIEW: The Raiders (9-10-3-0) host the Swift Current Broncos 16-5-1-0) on 80s Night Presented By Canadian Tire. In their last game, the Raiders closed out their six-game road trip with a 7-0 loss to the Spokane Chiefs at the Spokane Veterans Memorial Arena on Saturday night.
VS. SWIFT CURRENT: This is the second meeting of the season between the Raiders and the Broncos. The Raiders knocked off the Broncos 5-1 on Friday, Nov. 3 on the strength of Jordy Stallard’s hat trick.
2017-18 SEASON SERIES RECAP
Nov. 3/17 at PA| PA 5 SC 1 | J. Stallard (3g), C. Fonstad (2a), J. Nachbaur (1g)
Nov. 24/17 at PA
Dec. 5/17 at SC
Dec. 12/17 at SC
Jan. 12/18 at PA
Feb. 9/18 at SC
Feb. 11/18 at PA
March 2/18 at SC
Power play: Prince Albert – 3/6; Swift Current – 1/3
Leading scorer: Prince Albert – J. Stallard (3g); Swift Current – Three tied (1pt)
HOME SWEET HOME: The Art Hauser Centre has been a kind place to the Raiders so far this season. The Raiders have at least a point in eight of the 10 games played in Prince Albert. Their home loss to the Moose Jaw Warriors on Nov. 4 snapped a four-game home winning streak.
FRIDAY FEELING: The start of the weekend has been worth looking forward to for the Raiders. The team has won three of their last four games played on Friday night, including the last two at the Art Hauser Centre.
ROAD WARRIORS: The Raiders finished their six-game road trip on Saturday night, earning wins over the Kootenay ICE (5-3 on Nov. 10) and the Seattle Thunderbirds (6-4 on Nov. 14). Jordy Stallard led the Raiders in scoring on the road trip with five points in six games. Tonight is a quick pit stop at home. The Raiders head back on the road playing their next five games away form the Art Hauser Centre.
NEXT UP: The Raiders are back on the road tomorrow night as they travel to Moose Jaw to take on the Warriors (19-5-0-0). Game time is 7 p.m. The next Raiders’ home game is on Wednesday, December 6 against the Medicine Hat Tigers. Puck drop is 7 p.m. Tickets are available at raiderhockey.com, the Raider Office, or by calling 306-764-5348.