- The Red Deer Rebels lost 4-2 to the Edmonton Oil Kings in their season opener.
- The Rebels had a strong first period but struggled in the second and third periods.
- The Oil Kings capitalized on power plays and were more aggressive in front of the net.
The Red Deer Rebels suffered a 4-2 loss to the visiting Edmonton Oil Kings in their season opener. The Rebels started strong, but the Oil Kings took control in the second period and maintained their lead throughout the game. The Rebels struggled on the power play, only scoring once, while the Oil Kings capitalized on their chances. Red Deer goaltender Kyle Kelsey made some impressive saves, but it wasn’t enough to secure a win. The two teams will face off again in a rematch on Saturday.
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