HALIFAX MOOSEHEADS VS MONCTON WILDCATS
Puck drops at 7:00pm
TV: Webcast | Radio: News 95.7 | Live: @HFXMooseheads
Scotiabank Centre (10,595) ~ Halifax, NS
Your Halifax Mooseheads will look to continue the momentum that they gained the other day with a gutsy road win against the Cape Breton Screaming Eagles when they take on the Moncton Wildcats tonight. After a 7-1 loss in Moncton on Sunday the Herd will look to stop the red hot Wildcats player Conor Garland, who has 22 points in 9 games. The Herd will look to their captain to help with the offence which has been hot and cold so far. Halifax will try to tame the Cats for the first time this season and show that even though they are young, they can give the top teams a hard time. This is the first of a two game home stand for the Mooseheads this week.
Mooseheads: 5-8-1-1 = 12 points (5th in Maritimes division, 14th overall)
Wildcats: 9-4-0-0 = 19 points (1st in Maritimes division, 3rd overall)
MON: Conor Garland 22pts (7G & 15A), Manuel Wiederer 17pts (7G & 10A), Kevin Kilma 17pts (6G & 11A)
HAL: Maxime Fortier 17pts (8G & 9A), Otto Somppi 15pts (2G & 13A), Danny Moynihan 13pts (7G & 6A)
Halifax is coming off a 3-1 win on the road against provincial rivals Cape Breton as part of rivalry week. Connor Moynihan led the team with 2 goals and Kevin Resop got the start, collecting his first victory of the season, stopping 25 of the Eagle’s shots on Tuesday.
Moncton is coming off a 7-1 win on home ice against the Halifax Mooseheads on Sunday afternoon. Conor Garland led the rush with 2 goals while Sebastien Dupre made 13 saves for the Wildcats.
Head to Head: 0-2-0-0 = 0 points
September 25 Moncton 4 at Halifax 1
October 18 Halifax 1 at Moncton 7
October 22 Moncton at Halifax – 7pm
November 13 Halifax at Moncton – 7pm
December 17 Moncton at Halifax – 7pm
December 28 Moncton at Halifax – 7pm
January 30 Halifax at Moncton – 7pm
March 11 Moncton at Halifax – 7pm
March 18 Halifax at Moncton – 7pm
Out of town
Islanders vs Eagles 7:00pm
Sea Dogs vs Titan 8:00pm
After the Buzzer
Halifax will welcome their provincial rivals, the Cape Breton Screaming Eagles to town tomorrow night. Puck drop is at 7pm.