Road Report: Powered by Compass Coach Lines – Feb 11 @ Freeze

The Steinbach Pistons head to Winnipeg today to face off against the Freeze with puck drop set for 8:00pm.

The Steinbach Pistons continue to stay in first place in the MJHL with 61 points and a 29-9-2-1 record. The Pistons have a two-point lead over the Dauphin Kings with the Kings having a game in hand. The Pistons are currently on a two-game win streak, beating the Waywayseecappo Wolverines 5-2 and the Winkler Flyers 4-1. Zach Power is currently on a 10-game point streak with 13 points (4 goals and 9 assists) over that span. Will Hambley has a 0.925 SV% and a 2.13 GAA. The Pistons are second in goals for in the MJHL with 161 and tied for first in goal differential with +58.

The Winnipeg Freeze are currently in last place in the MJHL with a 9-27-2-0 record and 20 points on the season. The Freeze are last in the MJHL for goals for and goal differential with 109 and -87. Ryder and Rylan Ringor are the top two in points on the team with 32 and 26 points in 38 games. Goaltending is a bit of a rough spot for the Freeze with Keegan Gordon having a 0.869 SV% and 4.96 GAA.


PISTONS: PP 36/174 – 20.7% PK 143/167 – 85.6%
FREEZE: PP 33/174 – 19.0% PK 115/164 – 70.1%


Pistons: Jack Rogers

Jack Rogers leads the Pistons in points with 46 (18 goals and 28 assists) in 41 games. In the last 5 games Rogers has 8 points (3 goals and 5 assists). Rogers has a great offensive game, with great offensive awareness and confidence with the puck. Rogers is an asset on the powerplay and is great setting up in the offensive zone and producing offence. Jack Rogers has great stick handling abilities and is not afraid to use that skill.

Freeze: Ryder Ringor

Ryder Ringor leads the Freeze in points with 32 (12 goals and 20 assists) in 38 games. Ringor is a young player (’04) with a bright future ahead of him. Ringor has great hockey IQ and offensive awareness, with good playmaking abilities and making things happen on the offence.