Thursday, December 4, 2008

SVCU comeback to win 10-4...

A one week hiatus in the bush tracking ungulates had little affect on the play of SVCU puck stopper Mike "Smitty" Smith. Spotting LP to an early 4-1 lead, Smith made a huge glove hand save that seemed to give the Old Tymer's a much needed spark. On the ensuing play the soft handed net minder went tape to tape to defense men Craig "Zammer" Zamzow who went end to end giving Smith his first helper of the year. The defensive duo of Warren "Wheels" Gray and Craig "Zammer" Zamzow combined for more than half of SVCU's offensive output, reminiscent of the early Oiler combination of Paul Coffey and Charlie Huddy. Making his SVCU debut, rookie power forward Rick "Whiskey" Liske Jr. was held scoreless, but made his presence felt in front of the oppositions net. Dana "Handcuffs" Harris provided some much needed back checking , playing a solid two way game. Warren "Clarkie" Clark showed the patience of a 50 goal scorer, as he out waited a sprawling LP goal keeper, and made no mistake hitting the top shelve . Rounding out the scoring for SVCU were Jeremy "Jake " Gray, Pat "Crash" Morden, and Rex "Golden Vet" Leach. Next week SVCU is on the road for a tilt with the Outlaws in Minitonas on Tuesday night, and host the Minitonas Logger's Wednesday night.

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