The Okotoks Oilers won 4 to 2, over the Calgary Canucks, but it wasn't pretty Friday, Janurary 19th at the Centennial Arena. Defense Nick Blankenburg says the team really needs to play for a full 60 minutes heading into the final games of the season. "I think we have to have better starts and start playing full 60s," said Blankenburg. "We have 17 games left and we've got to play every game as if it is a playoff game from here on out."
In the battle for first place in the Heritage Junior B Hockey League the Okotoks Bisons claimed two points that moved them back into first place, from fourth - at least for now. They defeated the Strathmore Wheat Kings 7 to 4 at the Murray Arena last night and will play them again in Strathmore this afternoon. With four teams all within range of claming first place in the HJHL it is going to be an eventful weekend.
No rest this weekend for the Okotoks Oilers as they play two home games, one Friday night, Janurary 19th and one on Saturday. First up they are hosting the Calgary Canucks tonight at the Pason Centennial Arena at 7 o'clockOn Saturday they are also at home to the Drumheller Dragons, game time is also 7 p.m. The first place Oilers are have 34 wins, 6 loses and 2 overtime points for a total of 70 points on the season, which puts them ahead of the Brooks Bandits who are in second with 63 points.
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