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Stampede at Tri-City tonight

By Jim Olander 03/25/2017, 12:30pm CDT

Herd look to close out week perfect


Saturday, March 25, 2017

WHO: Stampede (19-27-9) at Tri-City (18-28-8)

WHEN: Tonight (Saturday) 7:05 PM

WHERE: Viaero Center

RADIO: KELO 1320-AM, 107.9-FM or click here to listen live

VIDEO: HockeyTV: Click here  

TONIGHT’S GAME: The Sioux Falls Stampede face the Tri-City Storm for the final time this season. The Herd are 2-1-0 against the Storm this season, including a 4-0 loss at Tri-City on February 24th.

The Herd are coming off a big 3-2 shootout victory over Madison last night at the PREMIER Center. David Brumm tallied the game winner in the shootout while Mikhail Berdin turned aside all three Madison shooters and had 42 saves on the night.

The Storm are coming off a 3-2 loss to the Lincoln Stars last night. Colin Peters scored at 10:30 of the third period to break a 2-2 tie and give the Stars the victory. The Storm have lost three straight games and are 3-6-1 in their last 10 games.

Gameday Preview: Madison vs. Sioux Falls

By Stampede staff 03/24/2017, 9:00am CDT

Three home games remain this season


Friday, March 24, 2017

WHO: Stampede (18-27-9) vs Madison (22-28-3)

WHEN: Tonight (Friday) 7:05 PM


PROMO: Social Media Night - bring your phone for the chance to win exclusive prizes. Follow the Stampede @sfstampede on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.

RADIO: KELO 1320-AM, 107.9-FM or click here to listen live

VIDEO: HockeyTV: Click here  

TONIGHT’S GAME: The Sioux Falls Stampede host the Madison Capitols for the first time this season. The Herd holds a 0-0-1 record against the Capitols, including an 4-3 shootout loss in Madison last Saturday at Alliant Energy Center. This will be the last time these two teams play each other this season.

STAMPEDE UPDATE: The Stampede are coming off a Tuesday night thriller, as the Herd thrashed the Des Moines Buccaneers 5-2. Linemates Josh Passolt, Jack Becker and Khristian Acosta led the way for the Herd tallying 4 goals and five assists combined.

With 4:34 left in the first period, Passolt centered the puck in front of Des Moines' goaltender Jan Ruzicka and found Acosta who jammed it under Ruzicka's left pad for his first USHL goal.

Early in the second AJ Villella launched a shot from the top of the left point for the second goal of the game. Des Moines battled back with a goal of their own five minutes later, but the Herd quickly responded twice with goals from Passolt and Becker to take a commanding 4-1 lead. 

Des Moines found the back of the net once more, but Passolt sealed the deal with another goal for his fourth two-goal game this season. Berdin made 30 of 32 saves on the night, earning his 12th win on the season.

CAPITOLS UPDATE: The Madison Capitols were completely overwhelmed by the Green Bay Gamblers in Green Bay last Sunday. The Gamblers scored twice at 3:21 and 3:28 in the first period off goals from John Leonard and Brody Stevens, respectively. Green Bay extended their lead early in the second after Jared Spooner wristed a puck past Madison's goaltender Dryden McKay. Any hope of a comeback quickly vanished as Jason Dhooge found the net twice more forcing McCay to relinquish the start to backup Daniel Lebedeff. Madison killed off a shutout as Vincent de May found the back of the net halfway through the third. Madison would lose 5-1. 

UP NEXT: The Stampede travel to Tri-City tomorrow to take on the Storm who sit at the bottom of the Western Conference. The Herd will not return home until April 7 and 8 for their final two games of the season. Fans can listen to the game live on KELO News Talk 1320-AM, 107.9-FM and 

Stampede host Madison Friday night

By Jim Olander 03/23/2017, 3:15pm CDT

Just three home games remain in 2016-17 for the Herd

The Stampede are back to in action Friday night to host the Madison Capitols at 7:05 PM inside the PREMIER Center. It is social media night with the Herd, make sure you have your smart phone handy and be sure to follow the Stampede on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and Snapchat for your chance to win prizes all throughout the game!

The Herd will also be honoring the Luverne High School boys varsity hockey team during the 2nd intermission as well as the U-12 girls team who both made trips to the Minnesota State Tournament earlier this month.

It is also Boy Scout night with the Herd as we welcome scouts who are receiving special Stampede patches prior to the game.

Tickets are available through the KELOLAND Box Office or any Ticketmaster outlet. For more information, please contact the Stampede office at 336-6060.