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Top-notch matchup: Winnipeg hosts Surrey tonight

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Top-notch matchup: Winnipeg hosts Surrey tonight

Messagepar Winnipeg » 21 Nov 2016, 12:34

Mark Major vs Kevin Prince
Kris Miller vs Radoslav Smid
We could have added "Kris Brunette vs Darrel Ingham" but Brunette is injured and won't be playing tonight.

This matchup will be epic! In the first of the 2 games between both teams this season, Surrey will visit the Jets in Winnipeg. The loudmouthed GM of Surrey is briging his black and gold army to the Great White North in hopes of taking over first place in the Morin Conference over EXPANSION team! The might as well be ready because as far as Winnipeg fans know, bees don't usually do well in winter weather...

Both teams are very similar statistically, except in some aspects of their game. Surrey's games have a lot of shots, 61.97 on average for both teams. That average is only 58.67 for Winnipeg. Although the shot on goal against average is lower in Winnipeg, Radoslav Smid is currently the best goalie in the league with great stats so far this season. Right behind him is the Jets netminder, Kris Miller, with Vezina caliber stats again this season, just a little behind Smid's.

Offensively, Winnipeg is a little superior to Surrey, although Kevin Prince is not showing any signs of slowing down, even at 38. If he keeps up this pace, he should be able to sign a new contract and play until he turns 40. His 45 points are good for 9th in the league right now, while the top-scorer in Winnipeg is Mark Major, 5 points behind. Major's contribution is a little slow compared to last season, but some injuries have plagues the Jets since the beginning of the season and he's had to stabilize his all-around play on the ice. Surrey's power play is definitely superior to Winnipeg's, but the Jets being the 3rd least penalized team so far this season and 3rd also in penalty killing efficiency, as long as they stay away from the penaly box, they should be fine. On the other hand, Winnipeg scored 5 goals so far this season when shorthanded, so they are always a threat even short a skater.

There is no doubt this will be a great matchup between two of the best teams in the league right now. At this point in the schedule, teams are pretty much settled down, so it will be interesting to see which one comes out on top.

Could this be a preview of the Thouin Cup Championship series? Who know. Rest assured that the Winnipeg management is working hard towards a second consecutive championship. It will be interesting to see how it all unfolds starting with tonight's game.
DG Winnipeg
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