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are no longer in first... but I shouldn't talk, they smoked the blazers. Well I am gonna be heading to the game tonight vs the Silvertips, lookin for a big win, to try and win over a non blazer fan!

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BLAZERS WIN SEVENTH STRAIGHT IN CONVINCING FASHION

7-Dec-11 The Blazers stuck to their winning ways with a 6-1 victory over the Everett Silvertips Wednesday night. The Blazers got an early break as Josh Birkholz of the Silvertips was given a 5-minute major for checking to the head. Dylan Willick and Austin Madaisky each scored on the ensuing power play to give the Blazers a quick 2-0 lead. The Blazers made it 3-0 when Brendan Ranford stole the puck shorthanded, kept the puck deep in their zone and fired a shot to make it 3-0 Blazers. The Silvertips got on the board with their own power play marker as Evan Morden's shot floated in. The Blazers outshot the Silvertips 12-11 in the period.

There was not much going in the second period as both teams defended well. The Blazers though got a power play goal from Dylan Willick and took a 4-1 lead. Goaltender Cole Cheveldave was having a solid night in goal as the 'Tips outshot the Blazers 11-6 in the period, but the Blazers held a 4-1 lead.

The Blazers were solid in the third period. They eliminated any chances the 'Tips would get and added two more power play goals for a 6-1 win. Colin Smith and Brendan Ranford tallied the power play markers for the Blazers. Dylan Willick finished the game with two goals and an assist, Chase Schaber had three helpers, and Austin Madaisky had a goal and three assists for the Blazers. Cole Cheveldave earned his 13th win stopping 29 shots while Austin Lotz made 23 saves.

The Blazers will head east on Thursday as they embark on a 6-game road trip to the prairies. The Blazers will start their road trip in Swift Current against the Broncos on Saturday, December 9th.

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BMO CHL MasterCard Top 10 Rankings – Week 12

1

London Knights (22-6-0-1)

2

Saint John Sea Dogs (25-8-0-1)

3

Tri-City Americans (22-7-0-0)

4

Quebec Remparts (23-6-2-1)

5

Plymouth Whalers (19-8-2-1)

6

Shawinigan Cataractes (20-9-2-2)

7

Kamloops Blazers (20-7-1-0)

8

Kitchener Rangers (20-8-1-0)

9

Saskatoon Blades (19-11-0-1)

10

Victoriaville Tigres (20-10-0-1)

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BLAZERS WIN SEVENTH STRAIGHT IN CONVINCING FASHION

7-Dec-11 The Blazers stuck to their winning ways with a 6-1 victory over the Everett Silvertips Wednesday night. The Blazers got an early break as Josh Birkholz of the Silvertips was given a 5-minute major for checking to the head. Dylan Willick and Austin Madaisky each scored on the ensuing power play to give the Blazers a quick 2-0 lead. The Blazers made it 3-0 when Brendan Ranford stole the puck shorthanded, kept the puck deep in their zone and fired a shot to make it 3-0 Blazers. The Silvertips got on the board with their own power play marker as Evan Morden's shot floated in. The Blazers outshot the Silvertips 12-11 in the period.

There was not much going in the second period as both teams defended well. The Blazers though got a power play goal from Dylan Willick and took a 4-1 lead. Goaltender Cole Cheveldave was having a solid night in goal as the 'Tips outshot the Blazers 11-6 in the period, but the Blazers held a 4-1 lead.

The Blazers were solid in the third period. They eliminated any chances the 'Tips would get and added two more power play goals for a 6-1 win. Colin Smith and Brendan Ranford tallied the power play markers for the Blazers. Dylan Willick finished the game with two goals and an assist, Chase Schaber had three helpers, and Austin Madaisky had a goal and three assists for the Blazers. Cole Cheveldave earned his 13th win stopping 29 shots while Austin Lotz made 23 saves.

The Blazers will head east on Thursday as they embark on a 6-game road trip to the prairies. The Blazers will start their road trip in Swift Current against the Broncos on Saturday, December 9th.

BLAZERS LOSE BACK TO BACK IN CONVINCING FASHION, HAVING GIVEN UP 13 GA! 8-4 LOSS TO THE PATS AND 5-2 LOSS TO THE RAIDERS :P :P

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BLAZERS LOSE BACK TO BACK IN CONVINCING FASHION, HAVING GIVEN UP 13 GA! 8-4 LOSS TO THE PATS AND 5-2 LOSS TO THE RAIDERS :P :P

last time this happened we went on a 7 game wining streak, i like our odds

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Another big win out east! if we can take this last game against the jaw then we will be only 1 point off what i predicted! go blazers!

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Blazers lose, Giants win.

Making up ground, watch your cornholes!

u gained 1 pt... if you plan on overtaking us 1 pt at a time its gonna be a long season. with that said we are still 4 pts ahead with a game in hand, go blazers

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via blazers.com :

BLAZERS FALL SHORT IN VANCOUVER

The Kamloops Blazers came back after a 10-day break to fall 4-3 in a shootout to the Vancouver Giants. The Blazers were down 2-0 by the midway point of the game, but came back. Goals by Brendan Ranford on a rebound and Austin Madaisky, who picked off a pass on the power play tied the game up by early in the second period. The Giants Nathan Burns banged in a rebound shortly after Madaisky's goal as the Giants held the lead for most of the third period. Dylan Willick tied the game firing a wrist shot over goaltender Adam Morrison's shoulder to send the game to overtime. Overtime solved nothing, and four Blazers failed to score in the shootout. The Giants Alex Kuvaev won the game with a shootout goal in the fourth round for a 4-3 Giants win.

The rematch is Wednesday night in Kamloops as the Blazers will host the Giants for the second time this season.

my elab:

its was a good game, the blazers came back and snatched a point

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