Date Fri/Sat, Jan. 5-6
Time 7 p.m.
Location Saskatoon, SK
Venue Rutherford Rink
Series ('98) SSK leads 43-21-4
Home SSK leads 21-10-1
Current Streak SSK W 1
Last Meeting Oct. 14, 2017
SSK 3 @ LETH 1
The series marks the first of the second half of the 2017-18 season. The teams met in Lethbridge in October - splitting the series.
The Lethbridge Pronghorns have won just 10 games in Rutherford Rink since 1998.
Friday night is the Huskies' 10th Annual Play For A Cure game. The Huskies will wear special jerseys that will be available for purchase in a silent auction. Funds raised will go to cancer research.
Fifth-year captain Kaitlin Willoughby continues to climb the all-time Huskies career points list sitting at 102 points in her career.
#FarewellRutherford begins in 2018. The Huskies will celebrating the history of Rutherford Rink throughout 2018 before moving to Merlis Belsher Place.
By The Numbers
3 - The Huskies have had a tough time on the power play scoring just three goals on the PP.
12 - 12 different Huskies have scored in 2017-18.
42 - The Huskies have taken the least penalties in the league with 42.
513 - The Huskies are first in the Canada West with 513 shots in 2017-18.
Scouting The Pronghorns
Lethbridge (5-9-2) enters the second half of the season on a two game losing streak after being swept in a home-and-home against the Calgary Dinos in December. The 'Horns are five points out of a playoff spot.
The 'Horns have struggled to find offence in 2017-18 scoring just 18 goals, but have allowed just 25 goals.
Tricia van Vaerenbergh leads the team with four goals, followed by Alli Borrow with three.
Goaltender Alicia Anderson has started 15 games for the Pronghorns posting a 1.59 GAA and a .958 save percentage.