Wednesday, November 9, 2011

CU rip Action 9-3...

Bolstering a surprisingly full squad of 12 skaters, CU skated to a convincing 9-3 win over Swan River Action. The scoring slump that has dogged CU sniper Jeremy "OT Kid" Gray appears to be over.  Regaining his infamous scoring  touch, Gray responded by  tallying a Hattie and assisting on two others.

Jeremy "OT Kid" Gray

Keeping the scoring streak alive, veteran forward Brian "Magic Man" Minish continued his assault on the team scoring lead by knocking in two. Blaine "Soup" Campbell also dented the twine twice,while singles went to Pat "Crash " Morden and Mark "Mini" Munro. 

Mark "Mini" Munro
The Injured Reserve list appears to be getting smaller, as the past two games marked the return of diminutive CU forward  Rob " Sizzlin" McDonald. Asked if he thought McDonald was rushing his return, CU president and 3 time league  all-star  Blaine Campbell offered these thoughts. "Well, he was having trouble keeping up to the play, he didn't catch a pass or register a shot on net, and he seemed to be  able to turn only one way. I'd have to say he is 100% fully recovered!"

Rob "Blogmeister" McDonald

Still listed as day to day are defense men Kevin "Special K" Kopecky and Craig "Zdeno" Zamzow.  CU's next action has them attending the first annual Roblin Hounds Fall Classic Tournament this weekend.

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