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Flin Flon vs Melville Preview

By Flin Flon Bombers, 12/12/12, 7:45AM CST

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Money Men visit the Whitney Forum tonight.

Flin Flon vs. Melville

December 12, 2012 at 7:30 pm CST

 

Records:

Flin Flon Bombers

1st Bauer Conference – 21-9-0-0 – 112 GF – 71 GA

Home – 14-2-0-0

Road –7-7-0-0

Vs Sherwood Conference 10-4-0-0

Last 10 Games – 5-5-0-0

Streak – 1-0-0-0

Melville Millionaires

3rd Sherwood Conference –17-10-1-2 – 104 GF – 83 GA

Home – 8-6-1-0

Road – 9-4-0-2

Vs Bauer Conference 8-6-0-0

Last 10 Games – 3-5-1-1

Streak – 1-0-1-0

Leaders:

Flin Flon Bombers

D – Josh Roach 30 GP – 9 G – 25 A – 34 Pts

F – Riley Storzuk 22 GP – 10 G – 22 A – 21 Pts

F – Brett Boehm 25 GP – 17 G – 13 A – 30 Pts

G – Devin Buffalo 21 GP –14-8-0 – 2.28 GAA – 0.932 SP

Melville Millionaires

F – Ian McNulty 26 GP –10 G – 27 A – 37 Pts

F – Russell Trudeau 29 GP – 18 G – 17 A – 35 Pts

F – Nathan Boyer 32 GP – 16 G – 16 A – 32 Pts

G – Alex Wakaluk 25 GP – 13-10-2 – 2.31 GAA – 0.929 SP

Season Series:  Flin Flon leads the season series 2-0. 

Team Scope:                                                                             

Hawks:  Tonight’s game marks the second time and final time the Mills will visit the Whitney Forum this season.  Looked as early favorites at the start of the season Melville has dropped to third in the Sherwood Conference, in part to the play of the Yorkton Terriers and Notre Dame Hounds.  The team made a big splash prior to the December 1st roster cut down day acquiring Nathan Boyer and Brennan Ritchie from the La Ronge Ice Wolves.

Bombers:  After a split with the Nipawin Hawks this past weekend, including the clubs second loss of the season on home ice, the Bombers look to go into the Christmas break on a high.  They entertain the Mills tonight and then the surprising Notre Dame Hounds this Saturday before four straight on the road going into Christmas.  The Bombers have won both games against Melville this season with scores of 6-2 and 5-2, both in the month of November.