Stamps, Ice Demons, set to clash this afternoon in lakecity

Game time today, Nov. 3, is 1 p.m.

The Williams Lake Stampeders will look to put the heat on the Kitimat Ice Demons this Sunday afternoon when they hit the ice at the Cariboo Memorial Recreation Complex for its second home game of the season.

Coming off a 6-5 loss to the Quesnel Kangaroos in its home opener on Oct. 19, Williams Lake will be looking to get back in the win column still early on in its Central Interior Hockey League campaign.

READ MORE: Roos spoil Stamps home opener in lakecity

Williams Lake currently sits in third place in the CIHL after five games with two wins, two losses and one overtime loss behind the Prince Rupert Rampage in first (5W, 1L) and the Terrace River Kings in second (4W, 0L).

The Ice Demons, meanwhile, have a win and three losses in four outings.

Kaleb Boyle currently leads the Stamps in scoring with three goals and seven assists, followed by newcomer Cody Hodges (6G, 1A, 7PTS) and team captain Kurtis Bond (3G, 4A, 7PTS).

After Sunday’s tilt with the Ice Demons the Stamps head back on the road to travel north to Quesnel to face the Kangaroos on Saturday, Nov. 16 with a 7:30 p.m. puck drop.

Game time today, Nov. 3, is 1 p.m.



sports@wltribune.com

Like us on Facebook and follow us on Twitter

Just Posted

Christmas comes early to the Salvation Army in Williams Lake

City Furniture has donated all the food for the Salvation Army Christmas Dinner

Williams Lake rallies to help with dog’s surgery costs

Dobby, 6, needs perineal hernia surgery, owner cannot afford the vet bill

Interior First Nations announce emergency Mountain Caribou hunting ban in West Chilcotin

Tsilhqot’in and Ulkatcho leaders say the ban is for First Nations and non-First Nations alike

Dream comes true for McLeese Lake fire department

The acquisition of a parcel of land will enable the construction of a fire hall

VIDEO: More air-passenger rights go into effect this weekend

The first set of passenger rights arrived in mid-July in Canada

Swoop airlines adds three destinations in 2020 – Victoria, Kamloops, San Diego

Low-fair subsidiary of WestJet Airlines brings new destinations in April 2020

Aid a priority for idled Vancouver Island loggers, John Horgan says

Steelworkers, Western Forest Products returning to mediation

Navigating ‘fever phobia’: B.C. doctor gives tips on when a sick kid should get to the ER

Any temperature above 38 C is considered a fever, but not all cases warrant a trip to the hospital

Transportation Safety Board finishes work at B.C. plane crash site, investigation continues

Transport Canada provides information bulletin, family of victim releases statement

Trudeau sets 2025 deadline to remove B.C. fish farms

Foes heartened by plan to transition aquaculture found in Fisheries minister mandate letter

Wagon wheels can now be any size! B.C. community scraps 52 obsolete bylaws

They include an old bylaw regulating public morals

Indigenous mother wins $20,000 racial discrimination case against Vancouver police

Vancouver Police Board ordered to pay $20,000 and create Indigenous-sensitivity training

Sentencing for B.C. father who murdered two young daughters starts Monday

The bodies of Aubrey, 4, and Chloe, 6, were found in Oak Bay father’s apartment Dec. 25, 2017

Most Read