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For the week of January 14 - 20, 2004


Suns add four January games with Moose

The premier senior men’s hockey teams in the region—the Sun Valley Suns and Jackson Hole (Wyo.) Moose—will be playing each other four more times this winter for a record total of eight meetings.

Since the six-year series started in 1997, Jackson Hole currently holding a 15-8-1 advantage, the two Intermountain rivals have never clashed more than four times in a season.

Suns general manager John Stevens announced Sunday that Jackson Hole and Sun Valley have added home-and-home series in January, in addition to their previously scheduled March home-and-home sets.

Game cancellations for both teams with visiting squads from Minnesota caused the changes, Stevens said. The Moose ended December with a 9-1 record while the Suns are 3-1 on their still-young season.

Jackson Hole will visit Sun Valley Friday and Saturday, Jan. 23-24, then the Suns will visit Wyoming on Super Bowl weekend, Jan. 30-31, for two more games. In March, Jackson comes here March 12-13 and Sun Valley travels March 19-20.

This coming weekend, the Suns will help the newly-formed Manchester Ice Mountaineers christen the $6.2 million Manchester Ice and Event Center in McCall with two games, Friday and Saturday, Jan. 16-17 at 7 p.m.

The Mountaineers are comprised of former Idaho Steelhead minor leaguers, many who have played for the Boise Blades senior men’s team.



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