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Regular Season Home Game #27 – Red Deer Rebels vs. Tri-City February 15th, 2017 – Toyota Center, Kennewick

No.

Red Deer Rebels Name YOB

30 33

Lasse Petersen Riley Lamb

97 98

2 3 4 5 6 7 8 10 12 14 15 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28

Brandon Schuldhaus Colton Bobyk Alexander Alexeyev Dawson Barteaux Ethan Sakowich Carson Sass Jacob Herauf Evan Polei Chris Douglas Austin Pratt Austin Glover Brandon Cutler Lane Zablocki Akash Bains Cameron Hausinger Brandon Hagel Michael Spacek Jordan Roy Adam Musil Matthew Campese Jared Freadrich Martin Dawson

98 96 99 00 99 99 00 96 00 99 96 00 98 99 99 98 97 98 97 97 98 98

GM/Head Coach: Brent Sutter Assistant GM: Shaun Sutter Associate Coach: Jeff Truitt Assistant Coach: Pierre-Paul Lamoureux Assistant Coach: Erik Lodge

Tonight’s Officials: Referee: Brett Iverson Dexter Rasmussen Linesmen: Michael McGowan Daniel Spore VGJ: Darrin Henderson

No.

Tri-City Americans Name YOB

30 31 35

Rylan Parenteau Evan Sarthou Beck Warm

96 97 99

2 3 6 7 10 12 15 17 19 20 21 22 24 25 26 27 28 29 32 34 37

Dakota Krebs Dalton Yorke Juuso Välimäki Brendan O'Reilly Dylan Coghlan Jordan Topping Michael Rasmussen Carson Focht Tyler Sandhu Maxwell James Vladislav Lukin Nolan Yaremko Austyn Playfair Kyle Olson Riley Sawchuk Keltie Jeri-Leon Morgan Geekie Brett Leason Parker AuCoin Seth Bafaro Parker Wotherspoon

99 96 98 97 98 97 99 00 96 97 97 98 97 99 99 00 98 99 98 00 97

General Manager: Bob Tory Head Coach: Mike Williamson Asst. Coach: Brian Pellerin

Jack in the Box Three Stars (2.4) 1. Matt Bradley (MH) 2. Juuso Välimäki (TC) 3. Morgan Geekie (TC)


MESSAGE FROM WHL COMMISSIONER RON ROBISON Last year, during the Western Hockey League’s 50th season, we were privileged to reflect on our rich history and honour the many distinguished builders and alumni who have helped to make the WHL the finest junior hockey league in the world today. As we open the 2016-17 WHL season, the same ideals that fostered the growth our great League still serve as its foundation – a commitment to providing our players with a world class experience from both a hockey and education standpoint. The WHL and our 22 member Clubs take great pride in providing our players with the best possible environment in which to succeed both on and off the ice. On the ice, our high calibre of coaching and arena facilities continue to offer an ideal setting to grow and develop as a player. Off the ice, the WHL Scholarship remains the most comprehensive hockey scholarship in North America with a WHL record of over 350 graduates utilizing their WHL Scholarship at post-secondary institutions across the continent last year alone, representing an investment of over $2 million by WHL Club ownership. The WHL Scholarship is one of many commitments WHL Club ownership makes to ensure the success of our players. The WHL Players First support services program expanded last year with the addition of a League-wide WHL Security Network and Police Impact Program which engages local police officers in a liaison capacity with all of our teams to ensure our players are in a safe and respectful environment at all times. This year, the WHL has partnered with the Canadian Mental Health Association to launch the Talk Today program with all of our WHL member Clubs. Talk Today is a proven and important mental health initiative that will help our players and team staff identify and address mental health issues. The development opportunities the WHL provides on the ice and the assistance offered off the ice to our players through the WHL Scholarship and WHL Players First support services programs would not be possible without the support of our great fans as well as our corporate partners, broadcasters and media. The 2016-17 WHL season promises to be another highly entertaining campaign and we look forward to supporting our players and all of our WHL Clubs as they continue to set the standard for development both on and off the ice.

Ron Robison Commissioner Western Hockey League


HOCKEY OPERATIONS STAFF

Mike Williamson

head coach 3rd Season

brian pellerin

rejean beauchemin

3rd Season

2nd Season

associate coach

goaltending coach

innes mackie

equipment manager athlEtic trainer 8th Season

zachary fournier

athletic therapist 3rd Season


Game #59 – Wednesday, February 15th, 2017 Red Deer Rebels (23-25-6-3 55 pts) at Tri-City Americans (32-23-3-0 67 pts) Langley Events Centre (Langley, BC) 2:00 pm

Television/Radio Information Local Radio Broadcast: NewsTalk 870 AM, 1:45 p.m. Online Broadcast: WHL Live, 1:30 p.m.

The Series vs. Red Deer - This Season (1-Game Series) Game 1: 2/15/17 Red Deer @ Tri-City Series tied (0-0)

Washington’s Lottery Weekly Report Tri-City: - Evan Sarthou illness, day-to-day - Seth Bafaro upper body injury, season ending - M. Rasmussen lower body injury, day-to-day

Red Deer: -Alexander Alexeyev lower body injury, indefinite -Reese Johnson upper body injury, indefinite -Grayson Pawlenchuk lower body injury, indefinite -Brandon Cutler return from injury -Cameron Hausinger return from suspension

Tri-City Milestones Michael Rasmussen is 2 points from 100 in his career Morgan Geekie reached 100 points in his career on (2/13)

Tri-City Noteworthy Michael Rasmussen is tied 9th in goals with 32 and is tied 1st for PPG at 15 Tyler Sandhu is tied 8th in league for assists at 47 and tied 2nd in the league for PP assists at 24 Dalton Yorke is 1st in the league for PIM with 121 Morgan Geekie is tied 9th for PTS with 72

Tri-City Age Breakdown 1996 (20 yr old) – 3 1997 (19 yr old) – 7 1998 (18 yr old) – 5 1999 (17 yr old) – 6 2000 (16 yr old) – 3 Average Age – 18.04 yrs old

Tri-City 2016-17 Statistical Leaders Goals: (32) Michael Rasmussen Assists: (47) Tyler Sandhu Points: (72) Morgan Geekie Plus/Minus: (+21) Kyle Olson Penalty Minutes: (121) Dalton Yorke Power Play Goals: (15) Michael Rasmussen Short-Handed Goals: (3) Parker AuCoin Game Winning Goals: (5) Michael Rasmussen, Parker AuCoin Goals Against Average: (3.14) Rylan Parenteau Save Percentage: (.904) Rylan Parenteau Last 10 Games: 4-6-0-0


a

Current Streak: 010-0-0

2016-17 Tri-City Record vs. U.S. Division: 15-14-0-0 B.C. Division: 8-8-2-0 Western Conference: 23-22-2-0 Central Division: 3-1-1-0 East Division: 6-0-0-0 Eastern Conference: 9-1-1-0

2016-17 Tri-City Season Highs & Lows – Team Streaks Longest Winning Streak: 7 Longest Home Winning Streak: 4 Longest Road Winning Streak: 6 Longest Losing Streak: 4 Longest Home Losing Streak: 2 Longest Road Losing Streak: 5

Scoring Most Goals Scored – Game: 8 (9/24, 1/28) Most Goals Scored – Period: 5 (1/6 3rd) Most Goals Allowed – Game: 7 (9/25) Most Goals Allowed – Period: 5 (1/13 1st) Largest Margin of Victory: 5 (9/24, 1/28) Largest Margin of Defeat: 4 (9/25, 1/29, 2/10) Most Power Play Goals – Game: 3 (10/8, 11/5, 12/11, 12/27, 1/13) Most Power Play Opportunities – Game: 9 (12/27) Most Power Play Goals Against – Game: 3 (9/24, 12/16) Most Power Play Opportunities Against – Game: 9 (12/16)

Shooting Most Shots Taken – Game: 40 (2/13) Most Shots Taken – Period: 21 (2/13) Fewest Shots Taken – Game: 16 (10/5) Fewest Shots Taken – Period: 1 (12/9 3rd) Most Shots Allowed – Game: 47 (12/16) Most Shots Allowed – Period: 25 (11/6 3rd) Fewest Shots Allowed – Game: 21 (10/1, 2/13) Fewest Shots Allowed – Period: 3 (12/4 1st)


2016-17 NO. NAME

12 15 17 19 20 21 22 24 25 26 27 28 29 32

Topping, Jordan Rasmussen, Michael Focht, Carson * Sandhu, Tyler James, Maxwell Lukin, Vladislav Yaremko, Nolan Playfair, Austyn Olson, Kyle Sawchuk, Riley * Jeri-Leon, Keltie * Geekie, Morgan Leason, Brett * AuCoin, Parker

NO. DEFENSE

2 3 6 7 10 34 37

Krebs, Dakota Yorke, Dalton Välimäki, Juuso O'Reilly, Brendan Coghlan, Dylan Bafaro, Seth * Wotherspoon, Parker

NO. GOALTENDERS

30 Parenteau, Rylan 31 Sarthou, Evan 35 Warm, Beck * Governor/GM Head Coach Asst. Coach Head Scout/Asst. GM

* Rookie POS

SH

HT

LW C/LW C RW LW RW LW C C/RW C C/RW C C LW

L L L R L L L L R R R R R L

6'1 6'6 6'0 5'10 6'4 6'1 6'1 6'5 5'11 5'10 5'11 6'2 6'4 6'0

POS

SH

HT

RD RD LD RD RD RD LD

R R L R R R L

6'4 6'3 6'2 6'3 6'2 5'10 6'1

POS

SH

HT

G G G

6'1 6'1 6'0 Bob Mike Brian Barclay

WT

195 216 170 170 230 203 203 207 160 160 200 177 196 195 WT

200 207 205 210 190 165 185 WT

HOMETOWN

D.O.B.

15-16 Season

LEAGUE GP

G

A

Salt Spring Island BC

Surrey, BC Regina, SK Richmond, BC Kamloops, BC Ufa, RUS Spirit River, AB Scottsdale, AZ Calgary, AB Prince Albert, SK W. Kelowna, BC Strathclair, MB Calgary, AB St. Albert, AB

July 20/97 April 17/99 Feb. 04/00 Jan. 07/96 April 13/97 Jan. 24/97 May 17/98 July 30/97 Mar. 22/99 Mar. 18/99 Jan. 19/00 Jul. 20/98 Apr. 30/99 July 30/98

AMERICANS AMERICANS

AMERICANS

WHL WHL SMHL WHL WHL WHL WHL WHL WHL SMHL CSSHL WHL AMHL WHL

72 63 37 67 64 68 69 30 19 44 35 66 32 59

32 18 21 19 3 21 8 3 3 25 26 12 21 6

34 25 16 29 7 27 6 4 7 30 12 13 29 7

HOMETOWN

D.O.B.

15-16 Season

LEAGUE GP

G

A

Okotoks, AB Maple Ridge, BC Nokia, FIN Southlake, TX Nanaimo, BC Revelstoke, BC Surrey, BC

Mar. 26/99 May 22/96 Oct. 6/98 May 15/97 Feb. 19/98 May 16/00 Aug. 24/97

AMERICANS

AMERICANS

WHL WHL WHL WHL WHL CSSHL WHL

0 2 7 1 4 4 11

0 11 25 5 20 13 45

HOMETOWN

D.O.B.

15-16 Season

LEAGUE GP

Regina Pat Canadians

AMERICANS AMERICANS AMERICANS AMERICANS AMERICANS AMERICANS Prince Albert Mintos Okanagan Hockey Acad.

AMERICANS Calgary Flames Midget

Prince Albert Raiders

AMERICANS AMERICANS AMERICANS Okanagan Hockey Acad.

189 Saskatoon, SK Nov. 19/96 Prince Albert Raiders 185 Black Diamond, WA Sep. 24/97 AMERICANS 175 West Vancouver, BC Apr. 22/99 Vancouver NW Giants

WHL WHL BCMML

Tory Williamson Pellerin Parneta

Zach Innes Rejean

Athletic Therapist Equipment Manager Goaltending Coach

44 70 56 37 70 35 71

GAA

55 2.82 60 3.46 18 1.89

PTS PIM DRAFT

66 76 Eligible 17 43 37 Eligible 17 37 58 Eligible 18 48 24 Free Agent 10 139 Eligible 17 48 28 Eligible 17 14 37 Eligible 17 7 32 Eligible 17 10 20 Eligible 17 55 26 Eligible 17 38 8 Eligible 18 25 10 Eligible 17 50 45 Eligible 17 13 19 Eligible 17 PTS PIM DRAFT

0 8 Eligible 17 13 122 Free Agent 32 24 Eligible 17 6 32 Eligible 17 24 39 Eligible 17 17 74 Eligible 18 56 78 Drafted by NYI

SVS% NA NA2 DRAFT

0.895 0.888

Fournier Mackie Beauchemin

Free Agent Eligible 17 Eligible 17

Pronunciation Razz-mew-sen Foke San-doo Vlad-i-slov Lou-kin Yuh-rem-koh

Kel-tee Jerry-Lee-on Lee-sin Oh-coin Pronunciation Duh-ko-tuh York You-so Val-uh-makee Cog-lin Buh-far-o Pronunciation Puh-ron-toh Sar-thow


RED DEER REBELS HOCKEY CLUB 4847C-19 Street. Red Deer, AB T4R 2N7 Tel 403-341-6000 . fax 403-341-6009 . e-mail: info@reddeerrebels.com www.reddeerrebels.com

Red Deer Rebels Game Notes RED DEER REBELS @ TRI-CITY AMERICANS – FEBRUARY 15, 2017 Recent Games: The Rebels lost 4-1 in Seattle on Tuesday…..EVAN POLEI scored the only Rebels goal…..RILEY LAMB and LASSE PETERSEN combined to make 31 saves in the Rebels net……Red Deer was 0 for 2 on the power play and killed 2 of 3 shorthanded situations…..The Rebels lost 4-3 in overtime to the Regina Pats on Saturday…..AUSTIN PRATT, MICHAEL SPACEK, and COLTON BOBYK scored for Red Deer……RILEY LAMB made 47 saves in the Rebels net…….Red Deer was 2 for 5 on the power play and killed 6 of 7 shorthanded situations……The Rebels lost 4-1 to Swift Current on Friday…..LANE ZABLOCKI scored the Rebels only goal…..LASSE PETERSEN made 28 saves in the Rebels net…..Red Deer was 1 for 3 on the power play and killed all 6 shorthanded situations Streaks: COLTON BOBYK (1-1-2) has points in the last two games . Versus the Americans: This is the only regular season meeting between the two teams……Last season, the Americans won 5-2 over the Rebels Feb. 13/16 in Red Deer…..two seasons ago, in Tri-City, the Rebels lost 3-2 in overtime Nov. 8/14. Did You Know: In the National Hockey League’s Central Scouting Service mid-term rankings, LANE ZABLOCKI is ranked 70th among North American skaters, AUSTIN PRATT is ranked 83rd…..The Rebels acquired LANE ZABLOCKI, DAWSON BARTEAUX, a 1st round WHL bantam pick in 2017 and a 1st round WHL Bantam pick in either 2018 or 2019 and a conditional 3rd round WHL bantam selection for JOSH MAHURA, JEFF DEWIT, and a conditional 3rd round WHL bantam pick in 2019…The Rebels signed forward CHRIS DOUGLAS from the Greater Vancouver Canadians BCMML.….On Dec. 30th, the Rebels acquired BRANDON SCHULDHAUS from the Seattle Thunderbirds for AUSTIN STRAND and a 6th round WHL Bantam selection in 2019…..On Dec. 28th, the Rebels acquired AUSTIN GLOVER from the Prince Albert Raiders in exchange for a 3rd round WHL bantam pick in 2017 and D-JAY JEROME….. MICHAEL SPACEK and ADAM MUSIL played with the Czech Republic National Junior Team at the World Junior Championships…..LASSE PETERSEN played with Denmark National Junior Team… Nov. 25th the Rebels acquired CAMERON HAUSINGER from the Saskatoon Blades for a 7th round pick in the 2017 WHL Bantam Draft and a 5th round pick in 2018… The Rebels acquired goaltender LASSE PETERSEN from the Everett Silvertips on Oct. 13th for a 6th round WHL Bantam Draft pick in 2017 and a conditional 6th rounder in 2020…...COLTON BOBYK attended the training camp of the New York Rangers…..GRAYSON PAWLENCHUK attended the training camp of the Dallas Stars…… EVAN POLEI was invited to the training camp of the St. Louis Blues, but was unable to attend due to injury.…AUSTIN PRATT represented USA in the Ivan Hlinka Memorial tournament this summer….PRATT also participated in the USA Hockey All-American Prospect Game September 22nd in Philadelphia, PA….BRENT SUTTER is in his 13th season as Head Coach of the Rebels, he has coached 794 regular season games, with a record of 434-277-83……he has coached 136 WHL playoff games, with a record of 75-61 ……ETHAN SAKOWICH finished tied for 25th in AMHL scoring with 32 points. Milestones: ADAM MUSIL has played in 243 games with the Rebels, scoring 63 goals and 89 assists for 152 points…… AUSTIN GLOVER has played 209 games in the WHL, scoring 46 goals and 84 assists for 130 points… COLTON BOBYK has played in 216 games in the WHL, scoring 35 goals and 81 assists for 116 points……EVAN POLEI has played 227 games in the WHL, scoring 65 goals and 52 assists for 117 points…..MICHAEL SPACEK has played 108 games with the Rebels, scoring 42 goals and 78 assists for 120 points Special Teams Power Play Penalty Killing Rebels vs

Overall Home Road 44/239 – 18.4% 24/136 –17.6% 20/103 – 19.4% 197/260 – 75.8% 106/139 – 76.3% 91/121 – 75.2%

Central East BC US 7-11-3-2 9-10-2-1 6-2-1-0 1-2-0-0 Drafted Players: BRANDON HAGEL (Buffalo Sabres, 6th round, 2016), ADAM MUSIL (St. Louis Blue, 4th round, 2015), MICHAEL SPACEK (Winnipeg Jets, 4th round, 2015)


Red Deer Rebels 2016-17 Regular Season Scoring PLAYER

23 22 10 15 3 25 19 14 4 27 28 20 7 21 16 2 24 6 26 18 5 8 12 33 30

GP

Michael Spacek Brandon Hagel Evan Polei Austin Glover Colton Bobyk Adam Musil Lane Zablocki Austin Pratt Alexander Alexeyev Jared Freadrich Dawson Martin Akash Bains Carson Sass Cameron Hausinger Grayson Pawlenchuk Brandon Schuldhaus Jordan Roy Ethan Sakowich Matthew Campese Brandon Cutler Dawson Barteaux Jacob Herauf Chris Douglas Riley Lamb Lasse Petersen Departed Players Bench Total

47 50 54 54 56 48 49 57 41 52 55 50 49 50 19 52 53 46 24 32 30 22 14 34 32 176

GOALTENDER

30 Lasse Petersen 33 Riley Lamb 35 Byron Fancy Departed Goalies Total SPECIAL TEAMS Power Play Penalty Kill

G

0 24 21 26 17 5 18 18 12 4 4 7 6 4 6 4 2 2 2 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 19

A

PTS

PIM

PPG

SHG

GW

SO

SOGW

42 31 22 25 37 23 19 16 17 13 6 7 9 6 5 7 6 2 2 2 3 2 1 1 0 47

66 52 48 42 42 41 37 28 21 17 13 13 13 12 9 9 8 4 3 3 3 2 1 1 0 66

6 5 5 4 2 5 4 1 1 2 2 1 3 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 7

2 2 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

4 5 3 0 1 4 1 1 1 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1

1/2 0/1 0/1 0/1 0/1 0/1 0 0/2 0 0 0 0 0 0 1/1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

57

180

309

489

32 74 81 22 90 61 69 30 24 39 35 18 23 68 14 49 34 27 8 15 2 4 0 2 2 105 10 812

44

8

23

GP

MINS

SAV

GA

SO

EN

AVE

PCT

W

L

32 34 1 3 57

1642 1693 32 145 3452

731 868 15 79 1681

88 98 3 10 198

0 3 0 0 3

3 4 0 1 8

0.893 0.899 0.833 0.888 0.895

12 12 0 0 23

13 11 0 1 25

Goals 44 63

SHG 12 8

Opportunities 239 260

PERIOD SCORING Rebels Opposition

1st 48 61

2nd 66 66

PERIOD SHOTS 1st 2nd Rebels 601 642 Opposition 609 647 SHOTS ON GOAL RECORD When outshooting opposition: 16-9-3-1 When outshot by opposition: 8-15-3-1 When shots are tied 0-0-0-1 FIRST GOAL OF GAME When Rebels Score First: When Opposition Score First:

21-4-3-0 3-20-3-3

3.22 3.47 5.63 4.14 3.44

0 OTL SOL

4 2 0 0 6

PCT 18.4% 75.8%

3rd 60 73

OT/SO Totals 6 180 9 209

3rd 608 592

OT Totals 24 1875 37 1885

Home: 15-10-4-0 Away: 8-15-2-3 REBELS RECORD AFTER 2ND PERIOD When Leading: 16-2-1-1 When Losing: 2-20-2-1 When Tied: 5-3-3-1 Overtime: Shootout: REBELS RECORD

6-6 0-3 23-25-6-3

0 2 0 1 3


Every time the Americans score a goal, one lucky fan will receive a prize from one of these local businesses listed below. Listen to the public address announcer after a goal is scored -- if your name is called, claim your prize at the U.S. Cellular Information table behind Section L.


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