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Green Doubles up White in Annual Intra-Squad Game

September 2, 2019 - Western Hockey League (WHL) - Prince Albert Raiders News Release

Prince Albert, SK - The Prince Albert Raiders' 2019 Training Camp came to an end on Monday afternoon as Team Green defeated Team White 6-3 in the annual Green And White Game at the Art Hauser Centre.

Landon Kosior led Team Green with two goals. Logan Linklater, Justin Nachbaur and Ozzy Wiesblatt for Green. Bryce Warkentine also added an empty-net goal.

For White, Tyson Laventure, Tyler Ostrander, and Eric Pearce found the back of the net.

In goal for Green, Max Hildebrand and Liam Vanderkooi teamed up to stop 28 of 31 shots in the game. Between the pipes for White, Carter Serhyenko and Owen Savoie combined to make 34 saves on 39 attempts.

The Raiders now turn their attention to the WHL Pre-season schedule, which begins on Wednesday night when they host the Moose Jaw Warriors. Puck drop is 7 p.m. Tickets are $10 for adults and students, and $5 for children 12 and under.

On Friday, September 20, the Raiders start the 2019-20 regular season when they host their Home Opener against the Saskatoon Blades. Game time is 7 p.m. Single-game tickets are available on Wednesday morning. For more information on single-game tickets, head to raiderhockey.com.

Roster Moves

With the conclusion of Training Camp, the Raiders re-assigned the following players:

Forwards: Dawson Brace (2003), Rylan Bruns (2003), Mackenzie Carson (2002), Cooper Chisholm (2003), Tyler Dysart (2004), Davin Griffin (2002), Connor Groves (2003), Devin Jameson (2004), Mark Janes (2002), Tristan Kimmen (2002), Hayden Prosofsky (2003), Jack Silverberg (2004), Dean Spak (2003), Bryce Warkentine (2004), Ben Wourms-Rowe (2002)

Defence: Owen Desilets (2004), Tre Fouquette (2004), Tayem Gislason (2003), Tyler Ostrander (2001), Porter Pennock (2004), Liam Rodman (2004), Kayden Skulmoski (2002)

Goaltenders: Max Hildebrand (2004), Owen Savoie (2004), Liam Vanderkooi (2003)

The Raiders roster now sits at 15 forwards, 13 defencemen, and three goaltenders.


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