Muskie pucksters host Kenora tonight

Both Muskie hockey teams will hold their second-last homestand of the NorWOSSA regular season tonight when the Kenora Broncos invade the Memorial Sports Centre.
Trailing first-place Dryden by five points, tonight’s game is pivotal for the boys’ squad against the third-place Broncos.
The puck drops at 7:30 p.m. in the ’52 Canadians Arena.
The Muskies sit in second place with an 8-4-0-1 record. They have scored 52 goals during that span (averaging four goals per game) while allowing 24 (1.8 per game).
The Eagles led NorWOSSA with an impressive 10-1-1-1 record, scoring 55 goals (4.23 goals per game) while allowing 23 (1.7 per game).
The Broncos are in third place at 4-7-1-1, having scored just 32 goals (2.4 goals per game) while allowing 51 (3.9 per game).
The Red Lake Rams round out the standings with a 3-10-0-0 mark. They are the league’s lowest scoring team (2.15 goals per game) while allowing the most goals (5.3 per game).
Meanwhile, the Muskie girls will take to the ice at 7:15 p.m. in the Ice for Kids Arena as the NorWOSSA regular season winds down.
The last-place black-and-gold have not beaten the front-running Broncos so far this season (0-4), though neither has Dryden.
The Muskies are still looking to get their first win in NorWOSSA play (0-8-0-1). The Broncos are 9-0 while the Eagles sit in second with a 4-5-0-2 mark.
The Broncos, who already have clinched first place, have scored 48 goals (5.3 per game) while allowing 19 (2.1 per game) to date.
The Eagles have scored 29 goals (3.2 per game) while allowing 35 (3.8 per game), with the Muskies having scored 14 (1.5 goals per game) while giving up 39 (4.3 per game).