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PREVIEW: Titans Looking For Success In A Rare Weekend Home Stand

After a weekend split in Swan River, the two teams will battle it out again this Friday and Saturday. The difference though, is both of the games will be played at the Yellowhead Centre here in Neepawa. 

 

It was a big weekend for 20 year old forward Dallon Wilton, who received league wide recognition for his play against the Stampeders. Dallon totalled 1 goal and 4 assists in the two games.

 

“I feel that my line mates and I are really clicking right now.” says Wilton “We have been creating a lot of space and that helps us to generate offence and make the plays we need to make.”

 

Within a tight western division the two teams sit 3rd and 4th. This will be the last two times this season that the Stampeders and Titans will play so some added intensity is expected.


“They are gonna come out hard and physical so we’ve got to match that out of the gate. It’s going to be a hard fought game but if we can stay out of the box and capitalize on our opportunities I think we will find success,” said Wilton.

 

Both games will be at 7:30 pm. Due to health and safety protocols, we will only be allowed to have 250 fans attend the game. To ensure you have a ticket, you can purchase on show pass by going to our website, and clicking the tickets tab.

 

The game will also be on HockeyTV if you are unable to make it.