Rebels To Have Home Battle Vs. The Knights


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JAMESTOWN – With just eight games left in the regular season, the Jamestown Rebels will be playing two of their final four home games on Friday and Saturday, as they will play against the Wilkes Barre/Scranton Knights. 

The Rebels have already clinched a spot in the North American Hockey League (NAHL) playoffs.

Jamestown will only be able to finish in second in the East Division, as the top spot was already clinched by the Johnstown Tomahawks.



Rebels forward, Alex Frye continues to lead the team in all three scoring categories, netting 28 goals and assisting on 24 others for 52 points in 52 games played, averaging one point per game.

Frye has also scored seven game-winning goals for Jamestown.

The main man between the pipes for the Rebels, Ryan Keane, has gone 20-9-1-1 in 32 games played this season.



Keane has allowed 1.88 goals a game, three shutout victories, and has a save percentage of 0.923.

Wilkes Barre/Scranton is near the bottom of the barrel in the East, as they are second-to-last in the division with 46 points, 10 points ahead of the last place Maryland Black Bears.

Forward, Sacha Guillemain leads the Knights with 34 total points, scoring 10 goals, and dishing out 24 assists in 45 games played.

In 48 games played, Gabe Temple, another forward, is second on the Knights in total points with 31, scoring a team-high 16 goals, and tallying 15 assists.

Zach Stejskal has been the person between the pipes for Wilkes Barrre/Scranton, going 20-15-0-3 in 40 games this season.

Stejskal has allowed 2.46 goals a game, and has a .0937 save percentage, facing more than 37 shots on goal per game.

Puck-drop for both games will be at 7:05 p.m.

The Rebels will also be hosting two home playoff games, which will be on Apr. 12 and 13th, with the game times and their opponent yet to be determined.

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