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MESSAGES A Welcome from the President A Welcome from the President Welcome back to another exciting year of Kootenay ICE Hockey. With the way the Hockey Club finished last year the 2013-2014 season has the potential to be very special. Mirrored in last place at Christmas, the Club posted the fifth best record in the WHL in the second half of the season and made the playoffs for a 15th straight year, while finishing with a .500 or better record for a 14th consecutive season (which are both the longest active streaks in the WHL). Our organization has been very fortunate since moving to Cranbrook to enjoy an unparalleled amount of on ice success. This year for the first time in franchise history one of our players has the potential to be the first overall selection in the 2014 NHL Entry Draft. With that comes added pressure to perform, but with reigning WHL Coach of the Year, Ryan McGill leading our team, Sam Reinhart and the rest of the players will receive the necessary guidance and leadership in achieving all of their goals. With the invaluable experience our team gained last season, we expect our returning players along with our new prospects to once again battle for contention in the very competitive Eastern Conference. Our expectations of success both on and off the ice will not change. Our fans have come to expect a team that is hard working on the ice and ambassadors for Cranbrook and the entire East Kootenay region off the ice. On behalf of the entire organization, welcome back and I hope you enjoy the game. Jeff Chynoweth, President & Governor

Greetings from the WHL There are many reasons to be excited about the arrival of another WHL season. As the premier junior hockey league in the world, we all take great interest in watching the remarkable progress our top prospects make during the course of the WHL season. From the established WHL veterans already drafted by NHL Clubs, to the top rated prospects for the upcoming NHL Entry Draft, to the new crop of highly touted rookies entering the WHL, these young stars will excite fans in all of our WHL markets. The WHL provides an ideal environment for players to develop as they continue to pursue their dream of playing in the NHL or representing their country in a major international competition. Many of these top draft eligible prospects for the 2014 NHL Draft will have the opportunity to showcase their skills as the WHL hosts the CHL / NHL Top Prospects game, January 15, in Calgary. The WHL also takes great pride in offering our players the best academic and hockey opportunities possible, as we award over 325 WHL Scholarships to graduate players each season, while more than 20 percent of all NHL players got their start in the WHL. As you cheer on your favorite WHL team in their quest to capture the Ed Chynoweth Cup and a berth in the MasterCard Memorial Cup, I am sure you will enjoy watching the world’s finest young prospects in action throughout the WHL. Ron Robison Commissioner Western Hockey League


ICE NOTES VS MEDICINE HAT ICE CHIPS: The KOOTENAY ICE enter tonight’s action with a 3-2-0 record (2-0-0 at home, 1-2-0 on the road, 0-0 in overtime) after five games of the EASTERN CONFERENCE SEMI FINAL against the MEDICINE HAT TIGERS...The ICE advanced to the EASTERN CONFERENCE SEMI FINAL after defeating the CALGARY HITMEN in six games (4-2) in the first round of the playoffs...KOOTENAY finished the 2013-2014 regular season with a 39-28-2-3 record (22-11-0-3 at home, 17-17-2-0 on the road, 0-2 in overtime, 5-3 in shootouts) and in sixth place in the EASTERN CONFERENCE...The ICE finished the 2013-2014 regular season with a .500 or better record for a League record 15th consecutive season (KAMLOOPS BLAZERS - 1982 - 1996 - previous record)...KOOTENAY is in the playoffs for a 16th consecutive season (longest active streak in the WHL). PLAYOFF EXPERIENCE: KOOTENAY has a career playoff record of 93-71 (50-30 at home, 43-41 on the road, 24-12 in overtime)...The ICE have played in 30 playoff series in franchise history and have a 18-12 career record...JAGGER DIRK (39), ZACH FRANKO (31), SAM REINHART (25) and LANDON CROSS (24) lead KOOTENAY in games played in the playoffs...This is the fourth time in franchise history that the ICE are facing MEDICINE HAT in the post season (2-1 career playoff series record)…JAEDON DESCHENEAU became the first player in franchise history to recorded two hat tricks during the playoffs against the TIGERS on April 10...KYLE O’CONNOR recorded his first WHL career playoff goal on April 10 against MEDICINE HAT...LEVI CABLE recorded his first WHL career playoff hat trick on April 9 against the TIGERS…LANDON PEEL recorded his first WHL career playoff goal in MEDICINE HAT on April 12…JON MARTIN and RINAT VALIEV each recorded their first WHL career playoff goals against the TIGERS on April 4. EASTERN CONFERENCE SEMI FINAL: If necessary, Game Seven of the EASTERN CONFERENCE SEMI FINAL vs MEDICINE HAT presented by KAL-TIRE will be played in MEDICINE HAT on April 16th at 7:00 pm. DID YOU KNOW: SAM REINHART (3), LUKE PHILP (80), RINAT VALIEV (83), JAEDON DESCHENEAU (95), and TANNER FAITH (limited viewing) have all been listed in the NHL CENTRAL SCOUTING NORTH AMERICAN SKATERS FINAL RANKINGS…JAEDON DESCHENEAU, who was named DENNY’S WHL PLAYER OF THE WEEK for the week ending MARCH 30 (7-8-15 in the four game span), was named to the WHL EASTERN CONFERENCE SECOND ALL-STAR TEAM...DESCHENAU, who is first in goals scored in the playoffs with 10, is tied for eighth in the playoffs for assists with 10...SAM REINHART, who has been named to the WHL EASTERN CONFERENCE FIRST ALL-STAR TEAM, is the EASTERN CONFERENCE FINALIST for MOST SPORTSMANLIKE PLAYER (BRAD HORNUNG TROPHY)…REINHART (6-17-23), who is first in the playoffs with 17 assists, is first in the WHL in playoff scoring with 23 points...The ICE were 3-3-0-0 against MEDICINE HAT during the regular season (3-0-0-0 at home, 0-3-0-0 on the road, 0-0 in overtime, 0-0 in shootouts)...JAEDON DESCHENAU (5-3-8) and SAM REINHART (1-6-7) led the team in scoring against the TIGERS...DESCHENAU (10-10-20) is second in the League in playoff scoring with 20 points... JAGGER DIRK (4-11-15), who is tied ninth in the League in scoring during the playoffs with 15 points, is tied fourth in the playoffs for assists with 11…LEVI CABLE is tied for fifth in the WHL in goals scored in the playoffs with seven… ZACH FRANKO and SAM REINHART are tied for seventh in the League in goals scored in the playoffs with six.

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Mackenzie Skapski Wyatt Hoflin

(94) (95)

2 3 4 5 7 8 9 11 12 14 15 17

Troy Murray Jordan Steenbergen Landon Cross Jagger Dirk Tyler King Ryan Chynoweth Kyle O’Connor Jon Martin Luke Philp Jaedon Descheneau Austin Vetterl Zach Franko

(97) (96) (94) (93) (95) (95) (96) (95) (95) (95) (94) (93)

19 20 21 22 23 24 26 27 28

Zach McPhee Tim Bozon Matt Alfaro Zak Zborosky Sam Reinhart Rinat Valiev Levi Cable Tanner Faith Landon Peel

(93) (94) (96) (96) (95) (95) (94) (95) (94)

MP. G

SH. GA. SA. A

PTS PIM

General Manager: Jeff Chynoweth Head Coach: Ryan McGill Assistant Coach: Jay Henderson Athletic Therapist: Cory Cameron

Referees: Steve Papp & Pat Smith

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Marek Langhamer Nick Schneider

(94) (97)

3 4 5 6 9 10 11 12 14 16 17 18 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 34 36

Tommy Vannelli Ty Stanton Tyler Lewington Matt Staples Hunter Shinkaruk Gavin Broadhead Steven Owre Kyle Becker Miles Koules Markus Eisenschmid Blake Penner Curtis Valk Anthony Ast Chad Butcher Chad Labelle Scott Allan Alex Mowbray Matthew Bradley Cole Sanford Dylan Bredo Jacob Doty David Quenneville Connor Hobbs Trevor Cox

(95) (95) (94) (95) (94) (95) (96) (94) (94) (95) (96) (93) (95) (96) (95) (96) (96) (97) (95) (93) (93) (98) (97) (95)

General Manager/Head Coach: Associate Coach: Assistant Coach: Athletic Therapist:

MP.

SH. GA. SA.

G

A

PTS PIM

Shaun Clouston Darren Kruger Joe Frazer Mikki Lanuk

Linesmen: Cory Lundquist & Chris Carlson

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HEAD TO HEAD

Team Record 7-4-0-0 Division Ranking 2nd Central Conference Ranking 3rd Eastern League Ranking 5th Past 10 Games 6-3-1-0 Streak 0-1-0-0 Last Game 9-2 L vs Medicine Hat Home Record 4-1-0-0 Away Record 3-3-0-0 Goals For 45 Goals Against 47 PP % 12/52 - 23.1 PP Home % 8/25 - 32.0 PP Away % 4/27 - 14.8 PK % 8/38 - 78.9 PK Home % 2/18 - 88.9 PK Away % 6/20 - 70.0 Team PIM/GM 11.5/Game Leading After 1st 2-1-0-0 Leading After 2nd 4-0-1-0 Tied After 1st 5-1-1-0 Tied After 2nd 2-1-0-0 Trailing After 1st 0-1-0-0 Trailing After 2nd 1-2-0-0

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Team Record 6-5-0-0 Division Ranking 3rd Central Conference Ranking 4th Eastern League Ranking 6th Past 10 Games 5-4-1-0 Streak 1-0-0-0 Last Game 9-2 W vs Kootenay Home Record 5-1-0-0 Away Record 1-4-0-0 Goals For 36 Goals Against 29 PP % 6/30 - 20.0 PP Home % 5/18 - 27.8 PP Away % 1/12 - 8.3 PK % 4/35 - 88.6 PK Home % 2/20 - 90.0 PK Away % 2/15 - 86.7 Team PIM/GM 9.6/Game Leading After 1st 1-0-1-0 Leading After 2nd 4-1-1-0 Tied After 1st 4-4-0-0 Tied After 2nd 1-2-0-0 Trailing After 1st 1-0-0-0 Trailing After 2nd 1-1-0-0

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SCORING Kootenay ICE Playoff Scoring 23 14 5 12 17 26 24 15 28 19 21 11 9 2 4 20 22 7 8 3 27

Sam Reinhart Jaedon Descheneau Jagger Dirk Luke Philp Zach Franko Levi Cable Rinat Valiev Austin Vetterl Landon Peel Zach McPhee Matt Alfaro Jon Martin Kyle O'Connor Troy Murray Landon Cross Tim Bozon Zak Zborosky Tyler King Ryan Chynoweth Jordan Steenbergen Tanner Faith

29 Mackenzie Skapski 30 Wyatt Hoflin

GP 8 6

GP 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 10 11 11 11 11 11 8 0 11 2 0 11 0

Medicine Hat Tigers Playoff Scoring G 6 10 4 5 6 7 1 2 1 0 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

A 16 10 12 8 5 3 7 5 3 4 2 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0

PTS 22 20 16 13 11 10 8 7 4 4 3 2 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0

MIN GA SO Svs AVE PCT 422 29 0 202 4.13 .874 243 17 0 149 4.19 .898 as of April 14, 2014

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PIM 2 4 21 15 2 2 16 23 0 4 2 8 2 5 6 0 5 2 0 9 0

36 18 26 27 14 3 21 11 22 4 16 5 6 12 17 28 24 25 23 20

Trevor Cox Curtis Valk Cole Sanford Dylan Bredo Miles Koules Tommy Vannelli Chad Butcher Steven Owre Chad Labelle Ty Stanton Markus Eisenschmid Tyler Lewington Matt Staples Kyle Becker Blake Penner Jacob Doty Alex Mowbray Matthew Bradley Scott Allan Anthony Ast

GP 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 8 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 10 11 10 4 1

G 6 9 7 1 3 1 4 2 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

A PTS PIM 13 19 12 7 16 8 9 16 6 6 7 4 3 6 8 5 6 4 1 5 2 2 4 2 0 3 8 3 3 10 3 3 0 2 2 15 1 1 0 1 1 6 1 1 5 1 1 15 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2

GP MIN GA SO Svs AVE PCT 30 Marek Langhamer 11 661 24 0 350 2.18 .936 31 Nicholas Schneider

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0

0

0

0.00 .000

as of April 14, 2014

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LEAGUE LEADERS Goals: 1 - Jaedon Descheneau Kootenay ICE 2 - Oliver Bjorkstrand Portland Winterhawks 3 - Curtis Valk Medicine Hat Tigers 4 - Brendan Leipsic Portland Winterhawks 5 - Levi Cable Kootenay ICE 6 - Cole Sanford Medicine Hat Tigers 7 - Trevor Cox Medicine Hat Tigers 8 - Zach Franko Kootenay ICE 9 - Sam Reinhart Kootenay ICE 10 - Adam Tambellini Calgary Hitmen

GP G 11 10 9 9 11 9 9 8 11 7 11 7 11 6 11 6 11 6 6 5

Power Play Goals: GP 1 - Jaedon Descheneau Kootenay ICE 11 2 - Dryden Hunt Regina Pats 4 3 - Patrick Bajkov Everett Silvertips 5 4 - Oliver Bjorkstrand Portland Winterhawks 9 5 - Austin Carroll Victoria Royals 9 6 - Steven Hodges Victoria Royals 9 7 - Brendan Leipsic Portland Winterhawks 9 8 - Derrick Pouliot Portland Winterhawks 9 9 - John Quenneville Brandon Wheat Kings 9 10 - Ashton Sautner Edmonton Oil Kings 9

PPG 4 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3

Goals Against Average: 1 - Tristan Jarry Edmonton Oil Kings 2 - Brendan Burke Portland Winterhawks 3 - Eetu Laurikainen Swift Current Broncos 4 - Marek Langhamer Medicine Hat Tigers 5 - Jordon Cooke Kelowna Rockets 6 - Austin Lotz Everett Silvertips 7 - Patrik Polivka Victoria Royals 8 - Jordan Papirny Brandon Wheat Kings 9 - Eric Comrie Tri-City Americans 10 - Taran Kozun Seattle Thunderbirds

GP 9 9 6 11 9 5 9 9 5 9

GAA 1.78 2.01 2.17 2.18 2.34 2.99 3.04 3.45 3.46 3.55

Save Percentage: GP 1 - Eetu Laurikainen Swift Current Broncos 6 2 - Marek Langhamer Medicine Hat Tigers 11 3 - Tristan Jarry Edmonton Oil Kings 9 4 - Jordon Cooke Kelowna Rockets 9 5 - Brendan Burke Portland Winterhawks 9 6 - Eric Comrie Tri-City Americans 5 7 - Jordan Papirny Brandon Wheat Kings 9 8 - Patrik Polivka Victoria Royals 9 9 - Cole Cheveldave Prince Albert Raiders 4 10 - Wyatt Hoflin Kootenay ICE 6

SAV% .941 .936 .933 .929 .923 .917 .914 .909 .902 .898

as of April 14, 2014

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TONIGHT’S OPPONENT VS KOOTENAY: The Medicine Hat Tigers are trailing 3-2 versus the Kootenay Ice in the best of seven WHL Eastern Conference Semi Finals. Despite trailing in the series, the Tigers hold the edge in scoring 21-18 and shots 199-156. Cole Sanford (5G,6A) leads the Tigers with 11 points in the series. Goaltender Marek Langhamer (2-3-0-0) has allowed 14 goals against (2.83 G.A.A.) on 152 shots (.908 SV%). Medicine Hat has gone 4 for 14 with the man advantage (28.6%), while killing off 16 of 17 Ice power play opportunities (94.1%). 2013-14 TIGERS: Record (44-24-3-1). Central Div. – 3rd. Eastern Con. – 4th. Home (25-8-2-1). Away (19-16-1-0). 2013-14 ICE: Record (39-28-2-3). Central Div. – 4th. Eastern Con. – 6th. Home (22-11-0-3). Away (1717-2-0). 1st ROUND SERIES SCHEDULE: #1 – Kootenay 4 – Medicine Hat 2 #2 – Medicine Hat 5 – Kootenay 2 #3 – Kootenay 3 – Medicine Hat 1 #4 – Kootenay 7 – Medicine Hat 4 #5 – Medicine Hat 9 – Kootenay 2 #6 – Medicine Hat @ Kootenay, Monday, April 14 (7:00 PM)** #7 – Kootenay @ Medicine Hat, Wednesday, April 16 (7:00 PM)** ** If necessary LAST GAME: The Tigers blewout the Kootenay Ice 9-2 in Game 5 of their Eastern Conference Semi Finals series in Medicine Hat. Cole Sanford had a big game scoring four times. Curtis Valk, Chad Labelle, Chad Butcher, Miles Koules and Trevor Cox also lite the lamp once each. The line of Sanford (4G,2A), Cox (1G,3A) and Valk (1G,2A) combined for 13 points. Marek Langhamer picked up the win in net making 23 saves on 25 shots. The Tigers went 2 for 3 on the power play and killed off all three of the Ice power play chances. STREAKS: This postseason marks the 12th straight season that the Tigers have qualified for the playoffs. It is also the 11th time over that streak that the Tigers have progressed to at least the second round. Trevor Cox (8G,15A) has been playing great hockey lately picking up points in each of the previous 13 games. Curtis Valk has also started a new points streak after having his nine game streak end (10G,6A) in Game 5 against the Swift Current Broncos. He now has points in each of his previous six games (6G,5A). Backup goaltender Nick Schneider has been phenomenal since being acquired from the Regina Pats. He has won

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WHL STANDINGS

As of April 14, 2014

KAL TIRE WHL EASTERN CONFERENCE SEMI FINALS Medicine Hat vs Kootenay Kootenay Leads The Series 3-2 April 5 - Kootenay 4 Medicine Hat 2 April 6 - Kootenay 2 Medicine Hat 5 April 9 - Medicine Hat 1 Kootenay 3 April 10 - Medicine Hat 4 Kootenay 7 April 12 - Kootenay 2 Medicine Hat 9 April 14 - Medicine Hat @ Kootenay April 16 - Kootenay @ Medicine Hat*

Edmonton vs Brandon Edmonton Wins Series 4-1 April 3 - Brandon 0 Edmonton 5 April 5 - Brandon 0 Edmonton 3 April 8 - Edmonton 5 Brandon 2 April 9 - Edmonton 2 Brandon 5 April 11 - Brandon 1 Edmonton 5

* if necessary

KAL TIRE WHL WESTERN CONFERENCE SEMI FINALS Kelowna vs Seattle Kelowna Wins Series 4-0 April 3 - Seattle 2 Kelowna 6 April 5 - Seattle 3 Kelowna 6 April 8 - Kelowna 5 Seattle 4 April 9 - Kelowna 5 Seattle 2

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Portland vs Victoria Portland Wins Series 4-1 April 4 - Victoria 2 Portland 8 April 5 - Victoria 3 Portland 6 April 7 - Portland 1 Victoria 2 April 8 - Portland 4 Victoria 3 April 10 - Victoria 1 Portland 5

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NHL DRAFTED ICE PLAYERS 1997

53. Graham Belak – Colorado Avalanche 114. David Darguzas – Vancouver Canucks 166. Kris Knoblauch – New York Islanders 246. Jay Henderson – Boston Bruins

1998 None 1999

23. Steve McCarthy – Chicago Blackhawks 89. Kyle Wanvig – Boston Bruins

2000

46. Jarret Stoll – Calgary Flames

2001

10. Dan Blackburn – New York Rangers 227. Marek Svatos – Colorado Avalanche

2002

36. Jarret Stoll – Edmonton Oilers 162. Gerard Dicaire – Tampa Bay Lightning 224. Adam Taylor – Carolina Hurricanes

2003

149. Nigel Dawes – New York Rangers

2004

89. Jeff Glass – Ottawa Senators 279. Adam Cracknell – Calgary Flames

2005

140. Taylor Dakers – San Jose Sharks 179. Brett Sutter – Calgary Flames 211. Ryan Russell – New York Rangers

2006

49. Ben Maxwell – Montreal Canadiens

2007

70. John Negrin – Calgary Flames 207. Ryan Molle – New Jersey Devils

2008 None 2009

66. Brayden McNabb – Buffalo Sabres

2010

64. Max Reinhart – Calgary Flames 73. Joey Leach – Calgary Flames 166. Drew Czerwonka – Edmonton Oilers

2011

167. Nathan Lieuwen - Buffalo Sabres

2012 None 2013

170. Mackenzie Skapski - New York Rangers

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LEAGUE DIRECTORY Western Conference

Eastern Conference

EVERETT SILVERTIPS General Manager: Garry Davidson Head Coach: Kevin Constantine 2012-2013 Record: 25-40-3-4 (8th Place)

BRANDON WHEAT KINGS General Manager / Head Coach: Kelly McCrimmon Assistant Coach: Darren Ritchie 2012-2013 Record: 24-40-4-4 (12th Place)  

KAMLOOPS BLAZERS General Manager: Craig Bonner Head Coach: Guy Charron 2012-2013 Record: 47-20-2-3 (3rd Place)   KELOWNA ROCKETS General Manager: Bruce Hamilton Head Coach: Ryan Huska 2012-2013 Record: 52-16-3-1 (2nd Place)   PORTLAND WINTERHAWKS General Manager / Head Coach: Mike Johnston Assistant Coach: Kyle Gustafson 2012-2013 Record: 57-12-1-2 (1st Place) 2013 WHL Regular Season Champions 2013 Ed Chynoweth Cup Champions

CALGARY HITMEN General Manager: Kelly Kisio Head Coach: Mike Williamson 2012-2013 Record: 46-21-1-4 (3rd Place)  

PRINCE GEORGE COUGARS General Manager: Dallas Thompson Head Coach: Mark Holick 2012-2013 Record: 21-43-2-6 (9th Place)   SEATTLE THUNDERBIRDS General Manager: Russ Farwell Head Coach: Steve Konowalchuk 2012-2013 Record: 24-38-7-3 (7th Place)   SPOKANE CHIEFS General Manager: Tim Speltz Head Coach: Don Nachbaur 2012-2013 Record: 44-26-2-0 (4th Place)   TRI-CITY AMERICANS General Manager: Bob Tory Head Coach: Jim Hiller 2012-2013 Record: 40-27-2-3 (5th Place) VANCOUVER GIANTS General Manager: Scott Bonner Head Coach: Don Hay 2012-2013 Record: 21-49-2-0 (10th Place) VICTORIA ROYALS General Manager: Cameron Hope Head Coach: Dave Lowry 2012-2013 Record: 35-30-2-5 (6th Place)

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EDMONTON OIL KINGS General Manager: Randy Hansch Head Coach: Derek Laxdal 2012-2013 Record: 51-15-2-4 (1st Place) KOOTENAY ICE General Manager: Jeff Chynoweth Head Coach: Ryan McGill 2012-2013 Record: 35-35-2-0 (8th Place)   LETHBRIDGE HURRICANES General Manager: Brad Robson Head Coach: Drake Berehowsky 2012-2013 Record: 28--34-3-7 (9th Place)   MEDICINE HAT TIGERS General Manager / Head Coach: Shaun Clouston Associate Coach: Darren Kruger 2012-2013 Record: 36-33-2-1 (7th Place)   MOOSE JAW WARRIORS General Manager: Alan Millar Head Coach: Mike Stothers 2012-2013 Record: 25-36-4-7 (10th Place)   PRINCE ALBERT RAIDERS General Manager: Bruno Campese Head Coach: Cory Clouston 2012-2013 Record: 37-28-3-4 (5th Place) RED DEER REBELS General Manager / Head Coach: Brent Sutter Associate Coach: Jeff Truitt 2012-2013 Record: 39-26-5-2 (4th Place)   REGINA PATS General Manager: Chad Lang Head Coach: Malcolm Cameron 2012-2013 Record: 25-38-4-5 (11th Place)   SASKATOON BLADES General Manager: Lorne Molleken Head Coach: Dave Struch 2012-2013 Record: 44-22-2-4 (2nd Place) SWIFT CURRENT BRONCOS General Manager / Head Coach: Mark Lamb Assistant Coach: Darren Evjen 2012-2013 Record: 36-29-3-4 (6th Place)

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