Wolverines take part in I ❤️ to Read month
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Wolverines head out to Virden

WAYWAYSEECAPPO WOLVERINES

Wolverines Regular Season Record:  29-16-2-0 Away: 13-10-0-0 PP: 26.8% (1st) PK: 74.3% (9th) Rank: 2nd in West Division, 3rd in MJHL

Head Coach: Taylor Harnett

Tonight’s Matchup: @ Virden 7:30pm: The Waywayseecappo Wolverines head to Virden for the first time since September to take on the Oil Capitals for the first of three straight games in four days.

Last Game: 4-3 Loss vs. Dauphin: The Wolverines could never tie the game agains the Kings even with Kolton Shindle’s hat trick night. That made it four straight losses to the top team in the West Division, all coming in the last two weeks.

TOP 5 WOLVERINES SCORERS
Lonan Bulger  – 10G – 44A – 54 Points
Boston Bird – 19G – 30A – 49 Points
Andrew Boucher – 14G – 24A – 38 Points
Kolton Shindle  – 20G – 16A – 36 Points
Caleb Petrie – 15G – 16A – 31 Points

STATS LEADERS:
Goals (20) – Kolton Shindle |   Assists (44) – Lonan Bulger
Points (54) – Lonan Bulger  |   PIMS (121) – Leyton Smith
Wins (18) – Liam Tereposky  |   Shutouts (1) – Liam Tereposky
Save % (.913) – Brett Mirwald  |   Goals Against Average (2.76) – Brett Mirwald

VIRDEN OIL CAPITALS

Oil Capitals Regular Season Record:  24-19-4-0 Home: 13-9-0-0 PP: 23.1% (4th) PK: 73.3% (10th) Rank: 3rd in West Division, 6th in MJHL

Head Coach: Tyson Ramsey

Tonight’s Matchup: Vs. Waywayseecappo 7:30pm: The Oil Capitals have an outside chance of getting home ice advantage in the first round, and it all starts with beating the team they are chasing in the Waywayseecappo Wolverines.

Last Game: 4-2 Win @ Swan Valley: After going down two goals early in the game, the Oil Capitals scored four straight to comeback and beat the Stampeders. Colin Cook scored twice, including the late goal to help with trying to secure 3rd place in the West.

TOP 5 OIL CAPITALS SCORERS
Braden Fischer  – 29G – 34A – 63 Points
Nathan Driver – 27G – 21A – 48 Points
Carson Buydens – 21G – 24A – 45 Points
Dylan Halliday  – 24G – 18A – 42 Points
Tyler Theondel – 17G – 14A – 31 Points

STATS LEADERS:
Goals (29) – Braden Fischer  |   Assists (34) – Braden Fisher
Points (63) – Braden Fisher  |   PIMS (112) – Bray Rookes
Wins (8) – Two goalies tied |   Shutouts (2) – Eric Reid
Save % (.905) – Bailey Monteith  |   Goals Against Average (3.09) – Bailey Monteith

SEASON SERIES:

September 17th – Wolverines win 5-2

September 18th – Wolverines win 5-1

September 24th – Wolverines win 7-2

September 25th – Oil Capitals win 7-4

February 15th – Oil Capitals win 10-3