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Prospects GameEdit

On January 30 in Selkirk, the Sher-Wood Division defeated the Allison Division 2-1.

Lineups:

Addison Division Sher-Wood Division
Player Team Player Team
Goalies
Justin Harris Selkirk Steelers Stefan Drew Portage Terriers
Scott Mollison Winnipeg South Blues Jonathan Trout Waywayseecappo
Wolverines
Bo Storozuk Southeast Blades
Defensemen
David Anning Winnipeg Saints Chris Barth Dauphin Kings
Dan Bowser Southeast Blades Ryan Constant OCN Blizzard
Kyle Devisser Winnipeg Saints Sean Pettinger Swan Valley Stampeders
Jordy Johnson Selkirk Steelers Joey Patsack Portage Terriers
Tyson Lewadniuk Winkler Flyers Devrin Stonehouse Neepawa Natives
Beau Prokopetz Winnipeg South Blues Paul Wallmann OCN Blizzard
Forwards
Kevin Clark Winnipeg South Blues Chris Benias Portage Terriers
Ryan Garbutt Winnipeg South Blues Tyler Czuba Swan Valley Stampeders
Mike Hamilton Winkler Flyers Brodie Dupont Swan Valley Stampeders
Mark Magnowski Winnipeg Saints Tyler Hennessey Waywayseecappo
Wolverines
Darryl Marchuk Southeast Blades Cole Hunter OCN Blizzard
Shawn Nepinak Winnipeg Saints Ryan Johnston Neepawa Natives
Steve Obelnicki Selkirk Steelers Jonathan Lawrence Dauphin Kings
Chris Stelmack Selkirk Steelers Ian Lowe Swan Valley Stampeders
Cory Tanguay Southeast Blades Clark Lowry Neepawa Natives
Evan Walsh Selkirk Steelers Lem Randall OCN Blizzard
Jordan Wilson Winnipeg Saints Matt Summers OCN Blizzard
Dusty Wirsch Winkler Flyers Brock Trotter Dauphin Kings
Coaches
Darryl Einarson Winkler Flyers Del Pedrick Swan Valley Stampeders

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