The scoring continues for the seasoned duo of forward Brian "Magic Man" Minish, and Barry "Shooter" Eggie. Minish recording his second hat trick in as many games, is now considered a real threat for the team's scoring lead. Eggie also continued his scoring streak by adding two of his own. Playing in only his third game of the season, Jeff "Nifty " Knight recorded his third "Hattie" of the season. Showing that much needed "Playoff Scoring Form" soft handed right winger Jeremy "Let it fly from the Ladies Tee" Gray wired two biscuits top shelve. Chris "Shake and Bake " Belhuemer, a recent pickup from the Parkland AAA Midget Rangers, single handedly accounted for all the SVRSS scoring. In doing so, Belhuemer beat not one, but the entire defensive back end. SVCU defense man Kevin "Which way did he Go" Kopecky had not been beaten this bad since his father "Victor" took him out behind the barn as a youngster. Minitona's prodigal son had to hire the services of arena manager Blaine "Hit-man" Hart to help retrieve his jockstrap from the fabled Minitonas Arena rafters.
Goaltender Darren "Fudd" Fedorchuk was once again solid between the pipes. Although not tested often, Fedorchuk had his hands full with Belhuemer reeking havoc on the back end, and was called upon more than once to come up big.