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Johnstown enters the weekend on a three game winning streak, which is the second longest streak of the season. The longest winning streak the Tomahawks have put together this year has been four games (happened twice).
Johnstown currently sits in second place in the north division, and has the most wins in the division with 20. Soo sits in last places in the division but have been able to get on the winning track and are 4-0-1 in their last five games.
Both starting goalies for Soo are out of the lineup due to injury. Paige Skoog and Colin Brennan are both out of the lineup. This might seem like a good thing, but it's actually the opposite. The Eagles have replaced those two goalies with Landon Trutt and Nathan Klebe.
Trutt has a record of 2-0-0-1 with a GAA of 2.21 and a save percentage of .931.
Klebe has a record of 2-0 with a GAA of 2.24 and a save percentage of .933.
Andrew Bruggeman is scheduled to be the ref in all three games which will probably make things even more interesting this weekend. If Johnstown's smart they'll stay disciplined on Friday and get the ref on their side.
Soo has a record of 13-14-6.
Johnstown has a record of 20-12-2.
Head to Head:
Sept 27- Soo 5-2 (Boxscore)
Sept 28- Johnstown 3-2 SO (Boxscore)
Sept 29- Johnstown 2-0 (Boxscore)
October 24- Soo 3-0 (Boxscore)
October 25- Johnstown 2-0 (Boxscore)
October 26- Soo 4-3 (Boxscore)
Soo has 162 shots vs. Johnstown, with 63 coming in the third period this season.
Soo has scored most of their goals vs. Johnstown in the first period, 9. They've only scored once in the second, and have 4 goals in the third this year.
Johnstown is 4 for 26 on the power play vs. Soo.
Johnstown has 184 shots on goal vs. the Eagles with 69 coming in the second period.
Johnstown most goals have come in the second period, 7. They've scored only once in the first, and three in the third.
Johnstown has made no roster moves since their last game on Tuesday Night.
North Division Scoreboard: