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Road Report: Powered by Compass Coach Lines – Oct 15 @ Wolverines

The Steinbach Pistons head to Waywayseecappo to face off against the Wolverines with puck drop set for 7:30 pm.

Steinbach is coming off some dominant hockey games that has seen them outscore their opponents 20-1 over the past 3 games. Leading the way for the Pistons is their top line of Ty Paisley, Davis Fry and Travis Hensrud. This dynamite top line has combined for 9-goals over the last 3 games and 24 points. Steinbach has a strong goalie tandem in Cole Plowman and Dominik Wasik, seeing both goalies with a 2.14 GAA or lower and a 0.916 SV% or higher.

Waywayseecappo currently sits at 5th place in the MJHL with a 4-1-3-1 record. The Wolverines are coming off a dominant win over the Neepawa Natives that saw them win 6-2. Leading the Wolverines in scoring is forward Andrew Boucher with 12 points (3 goals and 9 assists) in 9 games. The Wolverines also have a tandem of goalies with Tresor Wotton and Michael Bashaw in net. Wotton has started a couple more games and has a 0.915 SV% and a 2.37 GAA.

SPECIAL TEAMS

Pistons: PP 14/48 – 29.2% PK 45/52 – 86.5%
Wolverines: PP 9/35 – 25.7% PK 36/40 – 90%

PLAYERS TO WATCH

Pistons: Ty Paisley

Ty Paisley has been an unstoppable force to start the season, currently on an 8-game point streak and 9-points in his last 3 games. With 21 points (9 goals and 12 assists) in 11 games, Paisley has been a difference maker in every game. With his lethal shot and high hockey IQ the University of St. Thomas commit is always a threat. Paisley has taken a noticeable step forward since last season and is someone you do not want to miss out on watching.

Wolverines: Andrew Boucher

Andrew Boucher leads the Wolverines in points this season with 12 points (3 goals and 9 assists) in 9 games. Boucher is in his second full season with the Wolverines, coming off a 46 points in 51 game season. Boucher has a mix of grit and offensive talent making him a fun player to watch.