Stamps get in spirit of giving with food drive game

Saturday night’s game in Williams Lake will be the team’s Christmas Food Drive game

Coming off a 6-4 road loss against the Quesnel Kangaroos from this past Saturday night, the Williams Lake Stampeders return to the Cariboo Memorial Recreation Complex and will be looking to exact some revenge on their northern rivals.

The Stampeders currently sit one point up on the Kangaroos atop the Central Interior Hockey League standings.

Saturday night’s game in Williams Lake will be the team’s Christmas Food Drive game.

At the game, the Stampeders will be accepting non-perishable food items. For every two items donated fans will be entered into a draw for a Bluetooth stereo fish tank donated by Bosley’s.

Related: Stamps take sole possession of top spot in CIHL

All items will be given to the Women’s Contact Society.

The Stampeders currently have a seven-win, two-loss record, while Quesnel are one-point up on the third-place Prince Rupert Rampage with six wins, two losses and an overtime loss.

Williams Lake has just three home games remaining in the regular season following Saturday’s tilt including games against the Kangaroos on Jan. 5, the Kitimat Ice Demons on Jan. 12 and the Terrace River Kings on Jan. 13. Playoff dates and schedule is to be determined.

Puck drop Saturday is 7:30 p.m. at the CMRC.

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