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Emily Stevens, Miss Wyoming Collegiate America to make appearance

Friday Night, Nov. 21st, Miss Wyoming Collegiate America, Emily Stevens will be dropping the ceremonial puck and signing autographs at the Checks Autograph Party(Post-Game).

Miss Wyoming Collegiate America 2015 is Emily Stevens. Emily is a native of Cheyenne and graduated from East High School in 2013. Emily is now attending Laramie County Community College where she is working to get her degree in nursing. She one day hopes to work as an intensive care nurse. During Emily’s reign as Miss Wyoming Collegiate she would like to be active in the community and around the state bringing awareness to suicide and bullying. In July she will be traveling to Orlando, Florida to represent Wyoming in the Miss Collegiate America pageant.

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Cheyenne and Casper Battle in Single Game Weekend

By: Sophia Etier, Stampede Sports
On the 14th, Casper traveled to Cheyenne for the Stampede's single game of the weekend, and when they left, the Coyotes took a 5-3 win with them. Now despite the final outcome, the Stampede put up an absolutely wicked fight against the WSHL's #1 ranked team. Cheyenne's players were rough, tough, and definitely ruffled Casper's feathers. The Stampede most certainly gave the Coyotes a run for their money and even kept the game at a tie until 13:32 in the third period. Cheyenne is currently sitting at 14th in the league for power play percentage at 19.18% and are 19th in the league for penalty kill percentage with 76.81%.

Garrett Hughes, Nolan Kinney, and Heath Lantz lit the lamp for the Cheyenne while Cody Key, Sebastian Crystal, and Branko Oktavec all took home points for assists. Sebastian Crystal was given a 5 minute penalty for fighting Coyotes forward Toni Haikarainen while Stampede teammates Niklavs Balgavis, Branko Oktavec, and Jeremy Szczurek also contributed to Cheyenne's 15 total penalty minutes for the night. Corey Foster was in the cage for 59:31 minutes and was able to stop 38 out of 42 shots on goal. Oktavec continues to lead the pack with 22 total points so far this season and is still followed closely behind by Heath Lantz who has racked up 16. Bailey Shaver is Cheyenne's PIM leader clocking in with 30 penalty minutes, and out of all the goaltenders, Egor Riabchikov currently has the best save percentage at .896.

The next time the Stampede will be back on the ice will be on November 21st and 22nd. On the 21st, the Stampede are hosting the Colorado (Denver) Evolution and on the 22nd Cheyenne is heading down to Colorado to take on the Colorado (Jr) Eagles! The 21st's game will start at 7:35 pm MST and puck drop for the 22nd will be at 7:30 pm MST. Don't miss out!

(Photo Credit to Vicki Kiefer Dowdy)

Stampede Beat Eagles, Rough Riders for Back to Back Wins

By: Sophia Etier

The Stampede are quickly climbing the ladder to the top of the WSHL's Mountain Division with back to back wins this weekend against Colorado rivals, the Eagles and the Rough Riders. After a very successful readjustment of the roster, Cheyenne was able to gain Ogden skaters Drake DeBerry and defenseman Scott Taylor as well as a new goaltender Egor Riabchikov. Stampede defenseman Mitch Mueller has left Cheyenne to sign with the Pembroke Lumber Kings of the CCHL. Going back to this weekend's events, the Stampede brought the Eagles down with a 5-4 win on the 7th and went back to the locker room on the 8th with a 6-3 win for the stats sheet. After a rough start to the season, things are looking up for this very ambitious team and this is only the start of what the Stampede can accomplish. With the right team chemistry and very strong goal scorers leading the pack, you can expect to see a rumble in the standings from Cheyenne. 

Stampede skaters Nolan Kinney and Cody Key racked up an amazing 5 points throughout these past two game and they are setting quite a strong trend for the rest of the team to join along with. That would be strong and fast hockey with as many smart shots on goal as possible. Nolan Kinney, Cody Key, Chaydyn Johnson, Craig Thurston, Sebastian Crystal, Heath Lantz, and Drake DeBerry all put this biscuit in the basket at least once to close the weekend with 11 total goals. To continue on a very solid point streak, Branko Oktavec is leading the team with 21 total points for this season so far. That would be 12 goals and 9 assists in 14 games. 

As you can see, this was a phenomenal Military Appreciation weekend for the organization and should be the spark that gets the team on the fast track for a fruitful 2014-2015 season. For upcoming games, the Cheyenne will play one game against the Casper Coyotes on November 14th on home ice. On November 21st, the Colorado Evolution will take a road trip to face off against the Stampede in Cheyenne and on the 22nd the team will meet the Eagles once again in Colorado. Make sure you don't miss out on any of this great hockey!

(Photo Credit to Vicki Kiefer Dowdy)

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