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DELTA ICE HAWKS
General Manager/Head Coach: Steve Robinson
Assistant Coaches: Carson Hemenway, Tyler McMinn, Dominic Passalacqua-Main, Quinten Wideski
Road Record: 6-2-0-1
Last Game: A 6-1 win against Langley on Halloween.
Goals For/Goals Against: 91 GF/41 GA (+50)
Power Play: 19/73 (26.03%)
Penalty Kill: 7/68 (89.71%)
Leading Scorers: Carson Merriman (18GP – 15G – 18A – 33PTS), Colin Jang (18GP – 12G – 14A – 26PTS), Micheal Romeo (18GP – 11G – 12A – 13PTS)
ICE HAWKS NOTES
- Delta was 3-0 against North Van last season.
- Delta has won their past five games.
- The Ice Hawks power play is better on the road at 34.09%. It’s first in the league averaging at 26%.
- Delta is one goal behind Richmond for scoring the most goals in the league.
- Delta is the least penalized team in the PJHL with 207. North Van is second with 411.
NORTH VANCOUVER WOLF PACK
General Manager: Matt Samson
Head Coach: Mike Borrelli
Assistant Coaches: Matt Samson, Elias Godoy, Nathan Haaksma
Leadership Group: JJ Pickell (C), Ryan Hunter (A), Corson Penman (A), Matthew Carniel (A), Trevor Baron (A)
Home Record: 7-2-0-0
Last Game: A 3-2 road loss in Surrey.
Goals For/Goals Against: 76 GF/57 GA (+19)
Power Play: 21/91 (23.08%)
Penalty Kill: 15/90 (83.33%)
Leading Scorers: JJ Pickell (17GP – 19G – 13A – 32PTS), Rylan Oatman (16GP – 10G – 19A – 29PTS), Matthew Carniel (17GP – 11G – 10A – 21PTS)
- North Vancouver was the first team to beat Delta this season.
- The Wolf Pack power play is fourth in the league at 23.1%.
- The Wolf Pack have lost at home twice. Both defeats are against Richmond.
- The Wolf Pack are 10-6-1-0 against the Ice Hawks in the past five seasons.
- Ryan Hunter and Matthew Carniel serve as alternate captains when the team plays at home, while Corson Penman and Trevor Baron are alternate captains on the road. These are also all the over-aged players on the squad.
- The winning team in the two games against these teams this year has only conceded one goal.
- Carson Merriman (18-15-18-33) leads the league in points. JJ Pickell (17-19-13-32) is one point back of first place.
- The top four PJHL point leaders are playing tonight. Merriman (33), Pickell (32), Oatman (29), Jang (26).
These two clubs will meet again in Delta on Tuesday.