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The Olds Grizzlys (2-5) will face the Canmore Eagles (3-2) in Alberta Junior Hockey League action tonight at the Canmore Recreation Centre. Game time is 7 pm.


Eagles forward Bryan Arneson is riding a four-game point streak. The 20-year-old Sherwood Park native has five points in five games and is in second-place on the Eagles scoring parade.
Eagles defenceman Trey Phillips leads the team in scoring with seven points.
The Eagles penalty killing unit has given up just 2 power play goals in 28 power play opportunities.
The Eagles have the 4th best power play in the AJHL as they have scored six power play goals in 32 opportunities for a 18.75 conversion percentage.
Canmore may welcome back 20-year-old defenceman John Stevens to the lineup tonight. Stevens has missed the first five games of the season with a shoulder injury.

The Grizzlys will be looking for their first road win of the season tonight. Olds is 0-3 on the road thus far.
The Grizzlys lost 1-0 to the Brooks Bandits in Brooks on Saturday night but outshot the Bandits 14-4 in the third period.
Olds forward Spencer Dorowicz sits in 9th place in AJHL scoring with 10 points – 5 goals and 5 assists.
Olds is receiving excellent production from two rookie forwards as both Kyle Star and Christopher Gerrie have 8 points on the season to share the lead in AJHL rookie scoring.