Leavitt Machinery Preview – Game 24 at Moose Jaw



RAIDER REVIEW: The Raiders (9-10-3-1) head back on the road to take on the Moose Jaw Warriors (19-5-0-0) at Mosaic Place. Last night, the Raiders were downed 3-2 in a shootout by the Swift Current Broncos at the Art Hauser Centre. Cole Fonstad and Jordy Stallard found the back of the net for the Raiders. Ian Scott made 32 saves in a losing effort between the pipes.

VS. MOOSE JAW: This is the fifth meeting of the year between the Raiders and the Warriors. The Raiders have lost all four games against the Warriors this season.


Sept. 22/17 at PA | MJ 3 PA 0 | B. Burke (1g), J. Woo (1g), B. Willms (21 saves)

Sept. 23/17 at MJ | MJ 7 PA 3 | T. Jeannot (1g-2a), N. Gregor (1g-2a), J. Stallard (1g-1a)

Nov. 2/17 at MJ | MJ 5 PA 2 | B. Burke (1g-2a), J. Halbgewachs (2g), B. Leason (1g)

Nov. 4/17 at PA | MJ 3 PA 2 | I. Scott (25 saves), B. Burke (1g-1a), J. Stallard (1g)

Nov. 25/17 at MJ

Jan. 13/18 at PA

March 9/18 at PA

March 13/18 at MJ

Power play: PA – 0/5; MJ – 2/8

Leading scorer: PA – Three tied (2pts each); MJ – Brayden Burke (3g-4a)

SHOOTER’S CHANCE: The Raiders went to the shootout for the first time this season last night against the Swift Current Broncos. Jordy Stallard and Cole Fonstad were called upon for the shootout, but neither were able to solve Logan Flodell. Last year, the Raiders had a 1-2 record in the shootout.

TOP OF THEIR GAME: The Raiders’ top line of Cole Fonstad, Jordy Stallard, and Parker Kelly combined for six points on Friday night. The trio have combined for 36 of the Raiders’ 69 goals on the season. Stallard’s goal and an assist also snapped a three-game pointless streak, which is his longest as a member of the Raiders.

NEW CAREER HIGHS: Through just 23 games this season, Cole Fonstad has set new career highs in assists (21) and points (29). With eight goals on the year, he is just three away from tying last year’s benchmark. The former first round pick has 19 goals and 37 assists in 94 career games with the Raiders.

NEXT UP: The Raiders are back on the road for another extended trip, beginning on Wednesday night in Cranbrook against the Kootenay ICE (11-13-1-0). Game time at Western Financial Place is 8 p.m. CST. 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, the Raider Office, or by calling 306-764-5348.

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