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Thursday, December 20, 2012

Wednesday Night Action

The Calgary Northstar Sabres up their record to 15-4-1 after a 12-1 victory over the now 1-19-0 Okotoks Oilers.  Parker Aucoin scored 6 goals for the Oilers, giving him 37 goals in 20 games which is 22 more than the next best on the team.  Aucoin currently leads the AMBHL in goals with this 37, one ahead of Tyler Benson.  Brayden Juett and Austin Stang each added a pair of goals......In Calgary, it was the Bisons moving to 18-2-1 with a 5-3 win over Calgary south rival - Calgary Royals.  The Royals are now 14-7-1 and sit 3rd in the division.  '99 born Jaedon Kalupar led the way for the Bisons by scoring  a pair of goals, giving him 8.....In Coquitlam, it was the Chiefs all over the Semiahmoo Ravens 9-3.  It was the 2nd win in a week for Coquitlam over the Ravens.  They got goals from 8 different players with Campbell leading the way with 2 goals.  Bowering had a 4 point game and Bromhead with 3 points.  The Chiefs are now 4-6-0 while Semiahmoo is 6-3-1.

Western Canada bantam action tonight:
St. Albert at Sherwood Park
West Central Wheatkings at Regina Pat Blues
Brandon at Pembina Valley Hawks
Winnipeg Warriors at Winnipeg Monarchs
Saskatoon Maniacs at Saskatoon Outlaws
Saskatoon Generals at Saskatoon Stallions
Surrey Thunder at Semiahmoo Ravens
Langley Eagles at Abbotsford Hawks
Burnaby Minor at Vancouver Thunderbirds

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Lets see how many goals coins can score against competition. What were his stats from Med Hat? These high scoring games are useless! What do they tell us?