Thursday, December 16, 2010

Terriers Show No Rust / Wolverines Suffer First December Loss

After 10 days off, the Yorkton Terriers picked up right where they left off- winning.

The Terriers now have just one loss in their last 14 games, after a 4-1 decision over visiting Melfort last night.

Craig Eisenhut had 1g-2a, while Riley Paterson, Clarke Breitkreuz and Kyle McLeod had the others.

Devin Peters stopped 30/31 saves, boosting his personal record to 18-6-2, and the Terriers' to 23-8-4.

Yorkton's home to Humboldt tomorrow, and in Weyburn Saturday.


The Wayway Wolverines dropped a 4-1 decision in OCN, a game we had on GX94.

Brett Pinkerton tied it 1-1 midway through the game, but that was Wayway's only goal, as the Blizzard tacked on the next 3.

Defenseman Nathan Bruyere had 2g-1a for OCN.

The Wolverines have a pair of home games to go into the holidays... Saturday vs Dauphin, and Sunday afternoon against Portage.


Together again.

I met the Wolverines in Roblin, and left my BlackBerry in the station truck.

That was a long 14 hours apart.

Even when I sleep, it's a foot beside my head. I think even my wife is at least 2 feet away!

Anyhow, apologies go out to Clark Stork, Trent Cassan, Guy Vestby and Jamie Smalley, who probably think I'm a rude bugger who doesn't respond to texts.


The Swan/Dauphin game was PPD due to travel conditions. No make-up date as of yet. The two teams are scheduled to meet tomorrow (FRI) in Dauphin.


Anonymous said...

Thank you for doing the games that you do Craig, you do an amazing job - we enjoy your broadcasts.

Clark Stork said...

So that's what happened, haha. But you are still the rudest buddy I have!