33. Jordan Papirny
35. Curtis Honey
6. Ryan Pilon - 2. Ryan Pulock
7. Eric Roy - 9. Rene Hunter
11. Taylor Green - 5. Colton Waltz
18. Richard Nejezchleb - 23. Tim McGauley - 15. Peter Quenneville
13. Rihards Bukarts - 20. Chad Robinson - 24. Jens Meilleur
12. Jesse Gabrielle - 17. John Quenneville - 19. Nolan Patrick
21. Tyler Coulter - 28. Quinton Lisoway - 26. Ryley Lindgren
- for the first time in a while, the Wheat Kings' injury list is empty. F Peter Quenneville and F Jens Meilleur both return to the lineup from lower body injuries tonight. Jayce Hawryluk (suspension), Brett Kitt, Braylon Shmyr and Kord Pankewicz are Brandon's scratches.
- the Wheat Kings have picked up win in just two buildings so far in 2014 -- Westman Communications Group Place and Credit Union Centre. Brandon is 4-8-3-2 on the road in the second half of the season, with three of those four wins coming in Saskatoon. The other victory was a December 30th win in Red Deer.
- not surprisingly, rookie Jordan Papirny looks like he's going to carry the mail for the Wheat Kings the rest of the season. Papirny is 9-7-4 with a 2.94 GAA and .912 SPCT in the second half.
- not only a lot on the line for Brandon tonight, but the Pats also have a lot to play for. Regina needs one more point (or a Swift Current loss to Moose Jaw tonight or tomorrow) to clinch the East Division pennant. You just know they'd like to do it on their own.
- milestone watch tonight -- a Wheat Kings' victory would be the 363rd for Brandon GM/Head Coach Kelly McCrimmon, which would tie him with Bob Lowes for top spot on the franchise list.
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