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Power play sputters in Rebels loss

The Red Deer Rebels’ power play blew a fuse Tuesday night at the Centrium. The Rebels were a mere one-for-seven with a man advantage, their only power-play goal — off the stick of Ivan Nikolishin — coming on a first-period five-on-three. As a result, the Regina Pats, who came into the contest with the worst penalty kill in the Western Hockey League, walked away with a 3-2 win in front of 4,608 fans. READ

Polei playing dual roles for Rebels

He’s a hard-nosed enforcer, but Red Deer Rebels winger Evan Polei also has a nose for the net. The six-foot-one, 220-pound Polei, one of the WHL’s premier scrappers, has taken his game to a new level this season. As a result, he has been an offensive force as well as an intimidating physical presence. READ

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