St. Cloud Norsemen vs Bismarck Bobcats
7:00PM | St. Cloud MAC
WHERE TO WATCH
St. Cloud: 13-21-01 (27 pts) – 6th
Bismarck: 21-14-2-3 (47 pts) – 2nd
Bismarck 4 @ St. Cloud 2 (Feb 27 2021) Final
Bismarck 3 @ St. Cloud 4 (Feb 26 2021) Final OT
Bismarck 5 @ St. Cloud 2 (Feb 20 2021) Final
St. Cloud 4 @ Bismarck 2 (Feb 19 2021) Final
St. Cloud 2 @ Bismarck 4 (Feb 13 2021) Final
St. Cloud 3 @ Bismarck 2 (Feb 12 2021) Final OT
Bismarck 4 @ St. Cloud 2 (Feb 5 2021) Final
St. Cloud 1 @ Bismarck 4 (Jan 23 2021) Final
St. Cloud 1 @ Bismarck 4 (Jan 22 2021) Final
St. Cloud 2 @ Bismarck 1 (Dec 15 2020) Final SO
Bismarck 8 @ St. Cloud 1 (Oct 30 2020) Final
St. Cloud PP%: (18/105) 17.1%
St. Cloud PK% (23/120) 80.8%
Bismarck PP%: (28/124) 22.6%
Bismarck PK% (16/109) 85.3%
PLAYERS TO WATCH:
ST. CLOUD: Forward Logan Kittleson comes off a 2-point night against the Austin Bruins on Monday and looks to continue his streak of great performances. Kittleson will be relied on heavily by the Norsemen on the penalty kill and will likely see himself inserted into areas of play that need an injection of speed, grit, and energy. Open ice is the last thing that any opposing team wants to give the Norsemen winger, as he can burn defenders down the wings and create panic for goaltenders with his willingness to go to goal.
BISMARCK: Forward Ryan Taylor has enjoyed his hockey against the Norsemen this season, tallying 12 points in 11 games and not scoring in just 2 of those 11. His awareness and speed draws eyes of defenders and leaves his options open for scoring chance. Taylor will work the wing and capitalize on defensive mistakes that lead to odd-man rushes.
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