|Date:||October 14, 2009|
|Teams:||Calgary Northstar Sabres — 3|
|At:||Calgary Bronks — 2|
|Synopsis:||The Calgary Northstar Sabres came out firing offensively and were able to hold Jamal Watson of the Calgary Bronks to one assist. Justin Myles picked up his first win of the season stopping 14 of the 16 shots that he faced as the Sabres pulled off the win over the Bronks.
The Sabres outplayed the Bronks for the majority of the game outshooting their opponents 34 to 16. Jesse Lees led the Sabres offensively with a goal and two assists, while Riley Whittingham and Keegan Hull had a goal each. Kurt Hildebrand and Cole Threndyle replied for the Bronks.
Calgary Northstar Sabres
7 Jesse Lees (D) — Jesse led the Sabre with a goal and two assists. He was able to get his shots through to the net all game long, and was also able to help spark the offense with good passes to clear his own zone. Jesse also had a string defensive game. He blocked multiple shots and had a few big and effective hits. Very good all around game for Jesse.
12 Cole Ully (F) — Cole played a solid game, especially in the offensive zone. Throughout the game Cole worked very hard down low and in the corners to retain puck control. Cole showed good puck handling abilities in the offensive zone. Cole is strong on the puck and has very good hockey sense.