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Rebels 3 Americans 2 Whether he realized it or not, Mathew Dumba’s overtime goal Friday at the Centrium might have been the most important marker of the season for the Red Deer Rebels.
The Red Deer Rebels were waiting for this type of performance from Charles Inglis.
Even with a defeat still visible in their rear view mirror, the Red Deer Rebels will take a measure of momentum into tonight’s Western Hockey League clash with the visiting Vancouver Giants.
Five days after being embarrassed by the Calgary Hitmen at home, the Red Deer Rebels were in a mood to return the disfavour Sunday.
Hitmen 5 Rebels 1 Jesse Wallin’s mood was as cold as the temperature outside the Centrium following Tuesday’s Western Hockey League mismatch.
The Red Deer Rebels went from scintillating to sombre somewhere in between Brandon and Swift Current on the weekend.
Jesse Wallin was willing to dance, but he couldn’t find a partner. Wallin certainly wasn’t a wallflower as Tuesday’s Western Hockey League trade deadline approached.
Maybe the Red Deer Rebels were too well rested Friday and Saturday while they dropped back-to-back WHL games on home ice.
Thursday was a busy day for Red Deer Rebels management.
In the event that one or both of Alex Petrovic and Mathew Dumba play with Team Canada in the 2012 World Junior Hockey Championship, one or two gaping holes will appear on the Red Deer Rebels blueline and remain for roughly a month.
Mathew Dumba can keep a secret. “It’s pretty exciting. I found out last night and was told to keep quiet,” the Red Deer Rebels 17-year-old defenceman said on Monday, in reference to his invitation to the Canadian junior team selection camp Dec. 10 to 14 in Calgary. “With the official announcement (from Hockey Canada) this morning, it’s a big day for me.” Rebels veteran rearguard Alex Petrovic will also attend the selection camp. As a 19-year-old, he’s already higher on the Team Canada depth chart than his younger teammate.
Tigers 4 Rebels 1 The Red Deer Rebels were long on effort but short on manpower Saturday night at the Centrium.
Injuries and suspensions are starting to catch up to the Red Deer Rebels.
The Red Deer Rebels’ winning percentage dipped over the past week, but it’s not like their confidence has taken a beating.
Clearly, the Red Deer Rebels have found their scoring touch.
Rebels 5 Hurricanes 0 The Red Deer Rebels weren’t going to make the same mistake twice.
Adam Kambeitz felt like he was blind-sided. Was he complaining? Not a chance.
The Red Deer Rebels are riding a five-game winning streak, but a successful team’s work is never done.
Red Deer Rebel hockey players looked like they were falling down drunk on Monday morning. Blame the goggles they were wearing.
The old rope-a-dope worked again. And this time it was an extreme example.