Former CU free agent goaltender Darren “Make mine a double” Fedorchuk was outstanding between the pipes for the Flyers. Keeping the game close, Fedorchuk proved to CU Brass that he still has the" magic" that lead CU to the “B” championship last spring.
With an IR list longer than most teams’ rosters, CU was forced to call up local boy turned “Grain Buyer” Garrett Watson for a three game stint. Boasting a lineage to famed CU goal scorer Barry “Bulls-Eye” Watson, the young commodities broker did not disappoint. Potting his first 2 goal game since squirts, Watson played an instrumental role in the team’s victory.
Defying father time yet again, Brain “Magic Man” Minish continued hie scoring streak with two, while singles went to Wade “Jumper” Cable and Warren “Wheels” Gray. With defensive partner Craig “Zdeno” Zamzow still listed as day to day with an “Upper body “injury, Gray took it upon himself to perform those all too familiar “ Up the Middle” passes that never seem to make the right colour jersey.
Making his 2011 debut, club patriarch Barry “Shooter “ Eggie reassured Minish that yes, all arena staff have been trained in the use of the “portable defibrillator machine” and John has promised that at least one would be in attendance at all CU home games.
Scoring woes continue for CU sniper Jeremy “OT Kid” Gray. It has been rumoured that the elite right winger was bribing teammates to trade sticks with him, and was even considering switching hitting to left handed . Always one to offer words of encouragement to struggling teammates, 3 time all-star Mike “Smitty” Smith was quick to quip “ Man , you would think Jake being club treasurer and all, he’d be able to at least buy a Fucking Goal !"
CU ‘s next action is this Sunday night when they tangle with cross town rivals Swan River Raiders.