Wednesday, July 22
Six Nations @ Brooklin
Brooklin has the opportunity to rest players if they want as they have clinched first place in the MSL. Six Nations is now trying to catch up to KW for third place to avoid having to face Brooklin in the first round of the playoffs. Six Nations has had a lot of rest recently while Brooklin is coming off losses to Brampton and Peterborough, and a defeat of Oakville on Monday night.
If the Chiefs have a solid lineup that includes the likes of Jeff Shattler and Cody Jamieson, they stand a good chance of defeating Brooklin on Brooklin’s home turf. Evan Kirk will face off against Mike Poulin in net. Whoever has the better night will win the game.
Thursday, July 23
Brampton @ Peterborough
Peterborough needs a win to keep ahead of the surging Kodiaks. Brampton is officially out of the playoffs. The Lakers are hosting their annual fan appreciation night so Brampton should expect to play in front of a loud, boisterous crowd.
Mark Steenhuis has only two more games to reach the 100 point plateau; he currently sits at 76. He’s been the Lakers best player all season, making the drive from St. Catharines to suit up for every game.
Brampton will look to play spoiler in their last two games to boost their confidence for next season.