Riley Pollock – 12.04.24

The Wranglers and Abbotsford are back at it for the second game of the back-to-back tonight at the Scotiabank Saddledome. (TICKETS)

Calgary (35-26-5-3) fell 3-1 to the Canucks Thursday night. Jordan Oesterle scored the Wranglers lone goal on the powerplay in the third period for his 100th career AHL point.

Calgary is projected to have a couple of new faces in the lineup as defenceman Etienne Morin and forward Jaden Lipinski are slated to make their professional debuts tonight.

Morin is a second-round draft-pick of the flames from this past draft while Lipinski was taken in the fourth-round of the same draft.

The Wranglers first-round, home-ice advantage hopes are still alive but Colorado, who they are chasing, are three points up with three games in hand. This is the third-last game of the regular season for Calgary.

Puck drop: 7 p.m. MT.


The Wranglers have won five-of-nine matchups against the Canucks this season. Abbotsford has taken the last two meetings.


Keep your eye on Jakob Pelletier tonight.

Pelletier had five shots on goal last night and was a post away from tying the game early in the third period on a partial breakaway. Look for him to find the scoresheet tonight.