Saskatoon Stallions Vs. Humboldt Broncos November 21st, 2020

Saskatoon Stallions:

#7 Zach Moore F – Moore is a forward that you can count on to constantly provide full effort on every single play. He positions himself in the right areas to get rebound goals as well as defensively breaking up passes. He has a nose for driving the net and has non stop hustle when it comes to the forecheck.

#10 Tyson Goguen F – Goguen has excellent vision and passing. showed off a nice shot in the slot and handled pressure well.

#11 Roger McQueen F – McQueen showed off his hands in tight tonight. He was dancing around the defense with ease and often looked to make a pass. His shot packs a punch but could improve on the accuracy as he missed the net quite a bit. He did an excellent job at covering for his defensemen when they pinched.

#15 Trae Wilke F – Wilke has a beautiful shot that can beat a goaltender from anywhere. Every shift he would have at least 2 rushes up the ice that resulted in a high scoring chance. Uses his edge work to cut to the net with ease. One thing he does need to do is control his penalties, as he took quite a few tonight.

Humboldt Broncos:

#4 Kayd Ruedig D –  Ruedig’s breakout passes were very good tonight. His vision and play reads were great. Had a couple of hits on him that he shrugged off and rarely got knocked down. made a smart play by taking a penalty to stop a 2 on 0.

#16 Kaden Berry F – I liked Berry’s game tonight. His hustle was great, never gave up on any plays. He has a great stride for his size. Showed off his hands in the slot and was a spark plug for the Broncos.

#18 Thomas Ries D – Ries showed that he was not afraid to jump up and make big plays. He was very smart with his pinches and never second-guessed himself. While he made a pinch he did a great job forechecking. His shot is very heavy and when he shot from the point it looked like he preferred to look for the tips out front. The Stallions got A LOT of 2 on 1’s this game and Ries was often left alone to defend them and he handled them very well often taking away the pass and trusting his goaltender to get the job done.