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Scott’s Run At U18 Worlds Comes To An End
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Prince Albert, SK – Ian Scott and Team Canada were eliminated from the 2017 IIHF U18 World Championship on Thursday morning.

The Canadian contingent fell 7-3 in their quarter-final matchup against Sweden in Spisska Nova Ves, Slovakia. Scott stopped 27 of the 33 shots he faced during the game, with the seventh goal scored into an empty net.

Overall, Scott fell saw action in four of Canada’s five games during the tournament. The Calgary product finished the tournament with a 2-2 record and an 0.861 save percentage.

The Raiders are hosting the 12th Annual Training For Life Breakfast presented by Scotiabank on Wednesday, April 26 in the Ches Leach Lounge at 7 a.m. The guest speakers for the event are Dan Clark and Jorgen Hus of the Saskatchewan Roughriders. For ticket information, contact Mike Svenson at 306-765-2830.

Also, tickets for the Clunie-Cooper Memorial PBR are now on sale at the Raider Office or at raiderhockey.com. Tickets start at $25 for the events on Friday, May 5 and Saturday, May 6. Tickets are also on sale for the cabaret, featuring Saskatchewan’s Codie Prevost, on Saturday night for $25.

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