The Moose Jaw Warriors are near the top of several preseason rankings sheets, and the Prince Albert Raiders found out why this weekend. The Warriors swept the Raiders in the home-and-home series, 7-3 Saturday night at Mosaic Place in Moose Jaw, after a 3-0 decision Friday at the Art Hauser Centre. Raiders goaltender Nicholas Sanders started the game in goal on Saturday and surrendered all seven goals on 30 shots, after starter Ian Scott left Friday’s game to a lower body injury.
The Prince Albert Raiders will have to wait until Saturday’s rematch against the Moose Jaw Warriors to not only get their first win of the season, but their first goal as well. The Raiders were shutout by the Warriors 3-0 Friday at the Art Hauser Centre in the Raiders’ home opener. Raiders goaltender Ian Scott did everything he could to keep the Raiders in the game. He made 26 saves on 28 shots 41 minutes into the game before leaving to injury and was replaced by backup Nicholas Sanders.
With the Prince Albert Raiders’ regular season set on open this weekend with a home-and-home against the Moose Jaw Warriors, general manager Curtis Hunt stopped by the paNOW newsroom to rattle through a few items going on with the team. Here’s what fans need to know come Friday. All the NHL camp guys are returning except KellyThree of the four Raiders that attending NHL training camp have returned or are returning.
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