The Kootenay ICE are winless in six after a pair of losses in Alberta over the weekend.
In Edmonton yesterday they fell 6-3 to the Oil Kings.
Edmonton converted on 3 of 8 power plays.
Saturday the Red Deer Rebels beat the ICE 4-3 in overtime.
Forward Jaeger White tied the game for Kootenay with less than 2 minutes to go in the third period.
Meanwhile, the Kootenay ICE announced their leadership group earlier this month.
The team is running with five assistant captains and no designated captain.
Forward Cam Hausinger is one of the players chosen by head coach James Patrick to wear an ‘A’ this year.
He says he’s happy to be a leader.
“It’s a good feeling knowing that management and coaching staff think that I’m one of the guys that can lead the team and it’s something I take pride in and something I’ve always wanted to be so I’m happy that I finally get to wear a letter.”
Fellow assistant captains include Peyton Krebs, Keenan Taphorn, Brett Davis and Dallas Hines.
The team is also offering prorated seasons seats until November 1 and there are a number of different packages available.
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The ICE are back in action Wednesday night in Cranbrook versus the Brandon Wheat Kings.
– Cam Hausinger – Forward, Kootenay ICE