Chilliwack vs. Portland…Game Notes…

Hard to believe that we are at Game 72…is it August yet?

Hawks Notes: Chilliwack @ Portland – March 15, 2009

Previous Game – Seattle 4 @ Portland 3 (OT): The Seattle Thunderbirds rallied from an early two-goal deficit and defeated the Portland Winter Hawks in overtime in front of 9,433 at the Memorial Coliseum. Jeremy Boyer deflected in a Thomas Hickey entry shot on the power play just 44 seconds into the extra session to get the winner for Seattle. Portland came out of the game blazing, getting a goal from Riley Boychuk just 34 seconds into the first period on a wrist shot from between the circles.  Less than a minute later, Killian Hutt scored on a three-on-one rush, set up by Chris Francis on a tremendous passing play and Portland led 2-0 with under two minutes played in the game. Seattle’s Jim O’Brien scored the first of his two goals later in the first period on a goalmouth scramble to cut the lead in half at the end of one period. O’Brien bounced a shot in off of two Hawk defensemen early in the second period to tie the score at 2-2.  Seattle took their first lead when Hickey finished off a three-on-one short-handed rush for Seattle, poking a feed from Greg Scott past Kurtis Mucha. Portland tied the score when Oliver Gabriel made a nice individual play to take the puck from the corner, driving to the front of the net and putting a backhand shot under the pad of Calvin Pickard just over five minutes into the third period. Seattle would get a late power play in the third period but couldn’t score before the end of regulation. Mucha would finish the night with 30 saves on 34 shots for Portland while Pickard stopped 24 of 27 for Seattle. On special teams, Portland went 0 for 4 on the power play while Seattle finished 1 for 2.

Team Notes: Portland is (19-47-3-2); (12-19-3-1) at home (2-4-0-0 in Rose Garden); (7-28-0-1) on the road. The Hawks last home win was on March 8, 2-0 over Everett. The last road win was on March 13, 9-1 over Seattle.

Portland vs. Chilliwack: This is the fourth and final meeting between the two teams this season. Chilliwack leads the season series 2-0-0-1. Portland has outshot Chilliwack 97-88 in the series. On special teams in the series, Portland is 1 for 10 (10.0%) while Chilliwack is 3 for 20 (15.0%).

Game Schedule:

11/18/08 – Portland 0 @ Chilliwack 2

2/24/09 – Chilliwack 1 @ Portland 2 (SO)

3/7/09 – Portland 3 @ Chilliwack 5

3/15/09 – Chilliwack @ Portland

All-Time vs. Chilliwack:

Total: 12 GP – 5 (W) – 6 (L) – 0 (T) – 0 (OTL) – 1 (SOL)

At Home: 6 GP – 4-2-0-0-0 – On Road: 6 GP – 1-4-0-0-1

Portland All-Time:

Total: 2375 GP – 1146 (W) – 1061 (L) – 127 (T) – 31 (OTL) – 10 (SOL)

At Home: 1187 GP – 722-390-61-10-4 – On Road: 1188 GP – 424-671-66-21-6

Regular Season Leaders:

Goals: Luke Walker (26)

Assists: Chris Francis (44)

Points: Chris Francis (65)

Penalty Minutes: Tayler Jordan (154)

Plus/Minus: Tyler Wotherspoon (+2)

GAA: Ian Curtis (3.73)

Save Percentage: Ian Curtis (90.1%)

Power Play: 49 for 332 (14.8%) overall

Penalty Kill: 268 of 362 (74.0%) overall

Current Streaks: Chris Francis (5-5-10 in last 6); Killian Hutt (1-3-3 in last 3); Oliver Gabriel (2-1-3 in last 2); Stefan Schneider (1-2-3 in last 2); Riley Boychuk (1-1-2 in last 2); Travis Bobbee (0-2-2 in last 2).

Injuries & Roster Updates: Jason Grecica, F, Knee (Indefinite); Brock Cornish, D, Shoulder (Indefinite); Max Brandl, F, Ankle (Indefinite); Tayler Jordan, F, Hand (Indefinite); Taylor Peters, F, Knee (Indefinite). The Hawks have lost 196 man games to injury in 2008-09. Portland has added 1993 born Ty Rattie (1st Round, #2 Overall in the 2008 Bantam Draft) to the roster. Portland has also added 1993 born Tyler Wotherspoon (2nd Round, #23 Overall in the 2008 Bantam Draft) to the roster.

Milestones: Travis Ehrhardt needs 2 assists to reach 100 in his WHL career.

Winter Hawks Season Highs and Lows:


Most Goals Scored: 9 (3/13/09 @ Seattle, 9-1 win)

Fewest Goals Scored: 0 (Ten Times)
Most Goals Allowed: 8 (Twice)

Fewest Goals Allowed: 0 (Twice)
Most Power Play Chances: 10 (Twice)

Most Power Play Chances Against: 11 (12/28/08 vs. Tri City, 4-3 loss)
Most Power Play Goals Scored: 3 (1/11/09 vs. Everett, 5-4 SO loss)
Most Power Play Goals Allowed: 4 (Twice)
Most Shots Taken: 40 (9/20/08 vs. Spokane, 3-0 loss)
Fewest Shots Taken: 17 (9/21/08 vs. Kelowna, 2-1 win)
Most Shots Allowed: 53 (Twice)
Fewest Shots Allowed: 19 (Three Times)
Last Shutout: 3/8/09 vs. Everett (Mucha, 19 Saves – 2-0 win)
Last Time Shutout: 2/27/09 @ Spokane (Tokarski, 32 Saves – 8-0 loss)

Overtime Game Winning Goals: Rutkowski 10/22 @ Saskatoon

Shootout Game Winning Goals: Reddin 2/24 vs. Chilliwack

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Seattle @ Portland…Game Notes…

Hawks Notes: Seattle @ Portland – March 14, 2009

Previous Game – Portland 9 @ Seattle 1: The Portland Winter Hawks exploded for four goals in the first period and they didn’t look back, cruising to a 9-1 victory over the Seattle Thunderbirds at the ShoWare Center in Kent, WA, on Friday night. Brad Ross led the way for Portland, getting four points with one goal and three assists on the night. Portland had seven players finish with multiple point games. Portland got goals from Stefan Schneider, Colin Reddin, Ross and Luke Walker in the first period, with Reddin’s goal coming on the power play and Walker’s goal coming short-handed. The second period was much the same with Portland adding five more goals with Chris Francis, Joel Ridgeway, Walker, Oliver Gabriel and Sawyer Mick. Walker’s second of the night came on the power play. Seattle got their lone marker later in the second period on a rebound goal by Charles Wells. Ian Curtis was solid net for Portland, stopping 37 of 38 shots in the victory. Calvin Pickard went the distance in net for Seattle, handling 25 of 34 in the loss. On special teams, Portland finished the night 2 for 3 on the power play while killing all six power plays against. The nine goals was the most scored by a Hawks team since 11/27/02, a 10-2 win over Prince George in Portland, and it was the most goals scored on the road for Portland since 1/24/01, a 10-5 win at Tri City.

Team Notes: Portland is (19-47-2-2); (12-19-2-1) at home (2-4-0-0 in Rose Garden); (7-28-0-1) on the road. The Hawks last home win was on March 8, 2-0 over Everett. The last road win was on March 13, 9-1 over Seattle.

Portland vs. Seattle: This is the 12th and final meeting between the two teams. Seattle leads the season series 8-3-0-0. Portland is 6 for 41 (14.6%) on the power play while Seattle is 10 for 47 (21.3%). Seattle has outshot Portland 380-319 in the series.

Game Schedule:

10/11/08 – Seattle 4 @ Portland 0 11/22/08 – Portland 2 @ Seattle 6

11/29/09 – Seattle 5 @ Portland 3 12/6/08 – Seattle 3 @ Portland 1

12/27/08 – Portland 5 @ Seattle 1 12/31/08 – Seattle 2 @ Portland 4

1/24/09 – Portland 1 @ Seattle 3 2/14/09 – Portland 1 @ Seattle 7

2/21/09 – Seattle 4 @ Portland 3 2/28/09 – Portland 3 @ Seattle 5

3/13/09 – Portland 9 @ Seattle 1 3/14/09 @ Portland

All-Time vs. Seattle:

Total: 412 GP – 215 (W) – 167 (L) – 23 (T) – 6 (OTL) – 1 (SOL)

At Home: 205 GP – 127-67-8-3-0 – On Road: 207 GP – 88-100-15-3-1

Portland All-Time:

Total: 2374 GP – 1146 (W) – 1061 (L) – 127 (T) – 30 (OTL) – 10 (SOL)

At Home: 1186 GP – 722-390-61-9-4 – On Road: 1188 GP – 424-671-66-21-6

Regular Season Leaders:

Goals: Luke Walker (26)

Assists: Chris Francis (43)

Points: Chris Francis (64)

Penalty Minutes: Tayler Jordan (154)

Plus/Minus: Tyler Wotherspoon (+2)

GAA: Ian Curtis (3.73)

Save Percentage: Ian Curtis (90.1%)

Power Play: 49 for 328 (14.9%) overall

Penalty Kill: 267 of 360 (74.2%) overall

Current Streaks: Chris Francis (5-4-9 in last 5); Luke Walker (3-5-8 in last 5); Colin Reddin (1-3-4 in last 4); Radim Valchar (1-2-3 in last 3); Brad Ross (2-3-5 in last 2); Killian Hutt (0-3-3 in last 2).

Injuries & Roster Updates: Jason Grecica, F, Knee (Indefinite); Brock Cornish, D, Shoulder (Indefinite); Max Brandl, F, Ankle (Indefinite); Tayler Jordan, F, Hand (Indefinite); Taylor Peters, F, Knee (Indefinite). The Hawks have lost 192 man games to injury in 2008-09. Portland has added 1993 born Ty Rattie (1st Round, #2 Overall in the 2008 Bantam Draft) to the roster. Portland has also added 1993 born Tyler Wotherspoon (2nd Round, #23 Overall in the 2008 Bantam Draft) to the roster.

Milestones: Travis Ehrhardt needs 2 assists to reach 100 in his WHL career.

Winter Hawks Season Highs and Lows:


Most Goals Scored: 9 (3/13/09 @ Seattle, 9-1 win)

Fewest Goals Scored: 0 (Ten Times)
Most Goals Allowed: 8 (Twice)

Fewest Goals Allowed: 0 (Twice)
Most Power Play Chances: 10 (Twice)

Most Power Play Chances Against: 11 (12/28/08 vs. Tri City, 4-3 loss)
Most Power Play Goals Scored: 3 (1/11/09 vs. Everett, 5-4 SO loss)
Most Power Play Goals Allowed: 4 (Twice)
Most Shots Taken: 40 (9/20/08 vs. Spokane, 3-0 loss)
Fewest Shots Taken: 17 (9/21/08 vs. Kelowna, 2-1 win)
Most Shots Allowed: 53 (Twice)
Fewest Shots Allowed: 19 (Three Times)
Last Shutout: 3/8/09 vs. Everett (Mucha, 19 Saves – 2-0 win)
Last Time Shutout: 2/27/09 @ Spokane (Tokarski, 32 Saves – 8-0 loss)

Overtime Game Winning Goals: Rutkowski 10/22 @ Saskatoon

Shootout Game Winning Goals: Reddin 2/24 vs. Chilliwack

Ho-Hum…

That was my comment as I caught Travis Green and Kyle Gustafson in the locker room after the Hawks 9-1 win over Seattle last night…”ho-hum…just another 9-1 win…”.  It drew a chuckle or two from the two Hawk Assistants.

After watching this team struggle to produce offensively for the past few seasons, often times missing wide open nets, it was fun to see puck after puck go in during the first two periods last night.  Granted, Seattle wasn’t at their best, but does it really matter?  The Hawks needed a win like that one…badly.

Calvin Pickard gave up nine goals, but stopped at least five other great opportunities in the third period to keep the score where it is at.  I can’t figure out what Seattle is doing with their goaltending…it is obvious that Jacob DeSerres doesn’t appear ready for game action (he didn’t even take shots in warm-ups) and that Pickard will be forced to play no matter what.

There has to be a goaltender in the ‘Birds system that can come in and at least provide a healthy back-up….right?

The only downside to last night’s victory was the knee injury to 16 year old forward Taylor Peters in the first period.  Peters took a low hip check from Chris Cloud with his knee locked and it appears to be a MCL injury with a 4-6 week recovery time.  Peters had dressed in all 70 games this season for Portland and was counted on a lot of nights as the go-to faceoff guy.

I talked to Taylor after the game and his comment was “I would rather get hurt and win 9-1 than stay healthy and lose”.  You have to love that attitude.

Brad Ross became the second Hawk to record 4 points in a game this season, posting 1-3-4.  Offensively, his game went through a mid-year struggle, but he is finishing strong.  Add in his physical play and you would have to say it has been a solid first year for the first rounder.

I will put together a highlight package from last night and post in on YouTube early in the week…

Same two teams tonight in front of a big crowd at the MC…lets have some more fun, eh?

Portland @ Seattle…Game Notes…

Hawks Notes: Portland @ Seattle – March 13, 2009

Previous Game – Portland 2 @ Kelowna 6: The Kelowna Rockets got two goals from Mikael Backlund, and they knock off the Portland Winter Hawks by a score of 6-2 at the Prospera Place in Kelowna on Wednesday night. Tyson Barrie got the scoring going for Kelowna with a power play point shot through a screen six minutes into the contest. Portland tied it with a power play goal of their own, with Brad Ross filing home a centering pass from Killian Hutt seven minutes later. Colin Reddin also assisted on the goal for Portland. Backlund then scored back-to-back goals, the first late in the first period and the second halfway through the middle frame, both on odd-man rushes through center. Lucas Bloodoff scored in the final minute off a centering pass from Colin Long to make it a 4-1 lead after two periods for Kelowna. Portland got their second power play goal of the game five minutes into the third when Radim Valchar and Luke Walker set up Chris Francis for a tip-in for Francis’ 20th goal of the season. Kelowna scored two late goals, one by Jamie Benn and the other by Cody Almond, to provide the final margin. Despite giving up six goals, Portland got a solid goaltending night from 16 year old rookie Keith Hamilton, who made 45 saves on 51 shots in his first start since November 22. Mark Guggenberger made 25 saves to get the victory for Kelowna. On special teams, Portland finished 2 for 7 on the power play while killing three of four chances against.

Team Notes: Portland is (18-47-2-2); (12-19-2-1) at home (2-4-0-0 in Rose Garden); (6-28-0-1) on the road. The Hawks last home win was on March 8, 2-0 over Everett. The last road win was on February 10, 5-1 over Prince George.

Portland vs. Seattle: This is the 11th of 12 meetings between the two teams. Seattle leads the season series 8-2-0-0. Portland is 4 for 38 (10.5%) on the power play while Seattle is 10 for 41 (24.4%). Seattle has outshot Portland 342-285 in the series.

Game Schedule:

10/11/08 – Seattle 4 @ Portland 0 11/22/08 – Portland 2 @ Seattle 6

11/29/09 – Seattle 5 @ Portland 3 12/6/08 – Seattle 3 @ Portland 1

12/27/08 – Portland 5 @ Seattle 1 12/31/08 – Seattle 2 @ Portland 4

1/24/09 – Portland 1 @ Seattle 3 2/14/09 – Portland 1 @ Seattle 7

2/21/09 – Seattle 4 @ Portland 3 2/28/09 – Portland 3 @ Seattle 5

3/13/09 @ Seattle 3/14/09 @ Portland

All-Time vs. Seattle:

Total: 411 GP – 214 (W) – 167 (L) – 23 (T) – 6 (OTL) – 1 (SOL)

At Home: 205 GP – 127-67-8-3-0 – On Road: 206 GP – 87-100-15-3-1

Portland All-Time:

Total: 2373 GP – 1145 (W) – 1061 (L) – 127 (T) – 30 (OTL) – 10 (SOL)

At Home: 1186 GP – 722-390-61-9-4 – On Road: 1187 GP – 423-671-66-21-6

Regular Season Leaders:

Goals: Luke Walker (24)

Assists: Chris Francis (42)

Points: Chris Francis (62)

Penalty Minutes: Tayler Jordan (154)

Plus/Minus: Daniel Johnston (+1)

GAA: Kurtis Mucha (3.76)

Save Percentage: Ian Curtis (89.6%)

Power Play: 47 for 325 (14.5%) overall

Penalty Kill: 261 of 354 (73.7%) overall

Current Streaks: Chris Francis (4-3-7 in last 4); Luke Walker (1-5-6 in last 4); Colin Reddin (0-3-3 in last 3); Radim Valchar (1-1-2 in last 2).

Injuries & Roster Updates: Jason Grecica, F, Knee (Indefinite); Brock Cornish, D, Shoulder (Indefinite); Max Brandl, F, Ankle (Indefinite); Tayler Jordan, F, Hand (Indefinite). The Hawks have lost 188 man games to injury in 2008-09. Portland has added 1993 born Ty Rattie (1st Round, #2 Overall in the 2008 Bantam Draft) to the roster. Portland has also added 1993 born Tyler Wotherspoon (2nd Round, #23 Overall in the 2008 Bantam Draft) to the roster.

Milestones: Travis Ehrhardt needs 3 assists to reach 100 in his WHL career.

Winter Hawks Season Highs and Lows:


Most Goals Scored: 7 (11/9/08 vs. Kamloops, 7-5 win)

Fewest Goals Scored: 0 (Ten Times)
Most Goals Allowed: 8 (Twice)

Fewest Goals Allowed: 0 (Twice)
Most Power Play Chances: 10 (Twice)

Most Power Play Chances Against: 11 (12/28/08 vs. Tri City, 4-3 loss)
Most Power Play Goals Scored: 3 (1/11/09 vs. Everett, 5-4 SO loss)
Most Power Play Goals Allowed: 4 (Twice)
Most Shots Taken: 40 (9/20/08 vs. Spokane, 3-0 loss)
Fewest Shots Taken: 17 (9/21/08 vs. Kelowna, 2-1 win)
Most Shots Allowed: 53 (Twice)
Fewest Shots Allowed: 19 (Three Times)
Last Shutout: 3/8/09 vs. Everett (Mucha, 19 Saves – 2-0 win)
Last Time Shutout: 2/27/09 @ Spokane (Tokarski, 32 Saves – 8-0 loss)

Overtime Game Winning Goals: Rutkowski 10/22 @ Saskatoon

Shootout Game Winning Goals: Reddin 2/24 vs. Chilliwack

Tape Delayed Tonight…

A reminder that the radio broadcast from the ShoWare Center in Kent tonight will be tape delayed, with the game starting on the radio at approximately 9:00 after the Oregon State Beavers baseball game.

It looks like the weather will be decent enough for baseball in Portland tonight, so there shouldn’t be any delays or rain-outs for the Beavs.

Portland @ Kelowna…Game Notes…

Hawks Notes: Portland @ Kelowna – March 11, 2009

Previous Game – Everett 0 @ Portland 2: The Portland Winter Hawks put on a gritty performance on Sunday night, receiving 19 saves from Kurtis Mucha to shutout the Everett Silvertips 2-0 in front of 5,089 at the Memorial Coliseum. The shutout was the seventh of the career of Mucha in the WHL, 2nd all-time for the Winter Hawks, and second of the season for Mucha against Everett. Mucha now has three career shutouts against the Silvertips. Chris Francis got the eventual game-winner for Portland halfway through the first period when he took a feed from Luke Walker and beat Everett goaltender Thomas Heemskerk over the blocker for his 19th goal of the season. Travis Bobbee also assisted on the play for Portland. Portland got the insurance marker early in the third period when Radim Valchar pressured Heemskerk into a turnover at the side of the Silvertips net and poking the puck just inside the post to give the Hawks a two-goal cushion. Heemskerk made 24 saves on 26 shots in the loss for Everett. On special teams, Portland went 0 for 4 on the power play while killing all four opportunities against for Everett.

Team Notes: Portland is (18-46-2-2); (12-19-2-1) at home (2-4-0-0 in Rose Garden); (6-27-0-1) on the road. The Hawks last home win was on March 8, 2-0 over Everett. The last road win was on February 10, 5-1 over Prince George.

Portland vs. Kelowna: This is the fourth and final meeting between the two teams with Portland leading the season series 2-0-0-1. Portland has outscored Kelowna 10-9 in the series. Kelowna has outshot Portland 113-67. On special teams, Portland is 3 for 22 (13.6%) while Kelowna is 5 for 24 (20.8%).

Game Schedule:

9/21/08 – Kelowna 1 @ Portland 2

1/9/09 – Portland 4 @ Kelowna 5 (SO)

2/16/09 – Kelowna 3 @ Portland 4

3/11/09 @ Kelowna

All-Time vs. Kelowna: Total: 75 GP – 27 (W) – 43 (L) – 3 (T) – 1 (OTL) – 1 (SOL)

At Home: 38 GP – 19-17-2-0-0 – On Road: 37 GP – 8-26-1-1-1

Portland All-Time: Total: 2372 GP – 1145 (W) – 1060 (L) – 127 (T) – 30 (OTL) – 10 (SOL)

At Home: 1186 GP – 722-390-61-9-4 – On Road: 1186 GP – 423-670-66-21-6

Regular Season Leaders:

Goals: Luke Walker (24)

Assists: Chris Francis (42)

Points: Chris Francis (61)

Penalty Minutes: Tayler Jordan (154)

Plus/Minus: Daniel Johnston (+2)

GAA: Kurtis Mucha (3.76)

Save Percentage: Ian Curtis (89.6%)

Power Play: 45 for 318 (14.2%) overall

Penalty Kill: 258 of 350 (73.7%) overall

Current Streaks: Chris Francis (3-3-6 in last 3); Luke Walker (1-4-5 in last 3); Colin Reddin (0-2-2 in last 2).

Injuries & Roster Updates: Jason Grecica, F, Knee (Indefinite); Brock Cornish, D, Shoulder (Indefinite); Max Brandl, F, Ankle (Indefinite); Tayler Jordan, F, Hand (Indefinite). The Hawks have lost 184 man games to injury in 2008-09. Portland has added 1993 born Ty Rattie (1st Round, #2 Overall in the 2008 Bantam Draft) to the roster. Portland has also added 1993 born Tyler Wotherspoon (2nd Round, #23 Overall in the 2008 Bantam Draft) to the roster.

Milestones: Travis Ehrhardt needs 3 assists to reach 100 in his WHL career. Stefan Schneider needs one game played to reach 100 games played in their WHL careers.

Winter Hawks Season Highs and Lows:

Most Goals Scored: 7 (11/9/08 vs. Kamloops, 7-5 win)

Fewest Goals Scored: 0 (Ten Times)

Most Goals Allowed: 8 (Twice)

Fewest Goals Allowed: 0 (Twice)

Most Power Play Chances: 10 (Twice)

Most Power Play Chances Against: 11 (12/28/08 vs. Tri City, 4-3 loss)

Most Power Play Goals Scored: 3 (1/11/09 vs. Everett, 5-4 SO loss)

Most Power Play Goals Allowed: 4 (Twice)

Most Shots Taken: 40 (9/20/08 vs. Spokane, 3-0 loss)

Fewest Shots Taken: 17 (9/21/08 vs. Kelowna, 2-1 win)

Most Shots Allowed: 53 (Twice)

Fewest Shots Allowed: 19 (Three Times)

Last Shutout: 3/8/09 vs. Everett (Mucha, 19 Saves – 2-0 win)

Last Time Shutout: 2/27/09 @ Spokane (Tokarski, 32 Saves – 8-0 loss)

Overtime Game Winning Goals: Rutkowski 10/22 @ Saskatoon

Shootout Game Winning Goals: Reddin 2/24 vs. Chilliwack

Tuesday Thoughts…

Greetings from the Okanagan…the cold, clear Okanagan where temperatures are supposed to be down in the -20 range tomorrow.  At least there is no snow and it was a relatively easy trip here today.  The most snow we saw falling was in the Chehalis area…

Lana asked in the comment section of my last post about my thoughts on the possible demolition of the Memorial Coliseum in favor of a minor league baseball stadium.

Well, I don’t have the answers to ease anyone’s anxiety about the plans, mainly because right now everything is just speculation.  Until a plan is approved and set in motion, it is all just talk.

I do know that the Winter Hawks are looking at playing more games in the Rose Garden next season…how many is to be determined prior to, and most likely during, the WHL scheduling meetings.

The MC for all of its history needs fairly major renovations – number one for hockey would be a new ice plant – and while it would be a shame to lose the building, we all know that progress has no patience and at some point a decision to remove it will most likely be made.  Do I think a baseball stadium is the best choice to go in its spot…not necessarily.  I would rather have a new major league ready park and a major league team.

All I can offer is…stay tuned

If you didn’t hear it on our broadcast Sunday night, Friday nights game broadcast will be tape delayed on 1550 KKAD due to the Oregon State Beavers baseball game being broadcast on the same station.  The baseball game starts at 6:15, I believe, meaning our game won’t be on until around 9:00.

If the game is rained out, we will be on at the normal time.

I’ll provide any updates as we get closer to Friday.

That’s it for now…

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