Friday, September 25, 2009

Strueby the third 20-year-old

Greg Harder's LeaderPost article can be found here.

Plus they also have the SCOUTING REPORT at the end of the article which I am going to post here:

SCOUTING REPORT

MOOSE JAW (1-1-0-0) at REGINA (1-2-0-0)

Today, 7 p.m., Brandt Centre

Radio: 620 CKRM

Key injuries: REGINA -- G Damien Ketlo (groin, day-to-day); RW Garrett Mitchell (thumb, indefinite); MOOSE JAW -- D Ryan Stanton (groin, day-to-day).

Overview: It's the first of eight meetings between these East Division rivals. Both are looking to bounce back from disappointing seasons. Regina missed the playoffs with a 27-39-1-5 record while Moose Jaw finished with the worst record in the league (19-50-1-2) . . . The Warriors fired GM Chad Lang in the off-season and replaced him with director of hockey operations Jeff Truitt, a former head coach of the WHL's Kelowna Rockets . . . Moose Jaw's roster is largely intact from last season, led by Regina product Jason Bast (3-1--4). Quinton Howden (2-3--5) is also off to a quick start, as is D Travis Hamonic (1-4--5) . . . The Warriors have scored a league-best 12 goals in their first two games. Regina has just five in three games. Three of those goals came from Matt Strueby . . . Ex-Pats G Jeff Bosch has started both games for Moose Jaw so far (4.20 GAA, .852 SP) . . . Pats rookie Dawson Guhle could get his second straight start in place of the injured Ketlo. Guhle picked up the win in his first WHL start on Wednesday, stopping 29 of 32 shots -- plus two of two in the shootout -- in a 4-3 win over Saskatoon. Derek Tendler has been called up from the SJHL's Estevan Bruins to serve as an emergency backup.

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