Klippers projected lines vs. Yorkton

Klippers logoAfter falling 3-2 in overtime to the Humboldt Broncos, Kindersley Klippers head coach/general manager Rockie Zinger will be shaking up the lines when the Yorkton Terriers come to town Saturday night.

Captain Giovanni Bombini is on the shelf with a lower-body injury and he will be joined in the stands by defencemen Branden Schiedl, Brenton Chilton and forward Cody Young. All three dressed last night against Humboldt. 

Dressed in place of the four will be forwards Eli Jarvis and Graham Lanigan as well as defencemen Stewart Coyle and Conner Veroba.

Coyle will be making his Klippers debut after being acquired from the BCHL’s Penticton Vees earlier this week.

Kindersley Klippers projected starting lineup:

Goal
#36 – Tyrell King
#29 – Evan Weninger

Defence
#5 Shaw Watkins – #6 JR Wojciechowski
#8 Austin Yano (A) – #2 Stewart Coyle
#4 Jared Pilet (A) – #3 Conner Veroba

Forward
#15 Colby Daniels – #27 Eli Jarvis – #7 Cody Thiel (A)
#12 Connor Garden – #14 Stefen Seel –  #21 Sean Naish
#18 Tristan Sieben –  #19 Marc Dubeau – #17 Brandon Lauder
#23 Graham Lanigan – #26 Dylan Tuskey – #24 Eric Pouliot

Scratches: Branden Scheidl, Brenton Chilton, Devin Case (lower body), Giovanni Bombini (lower body), Curtis Witney

The team will also be donning pink sweaters in support of Hockey Fights Cancer month. The sweaters will be sold via silent auction over the course of the evening. Following the game, players will autograph their sweaters and present them to auction winners. The sweaters were purchased and donated by Cameron’s Clothing Company, Energy Dodge and Supreme Source for Sports. All proceeds go towards breast cancer research.

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