Just saved: Ponoka Stampeders’ Braden Klessens hoped for a goal Nov. 17 against the High River Flyers at home, but their goalie had his eyes, and his glove ready. The Stamps ended up losing a close 7-5 game against the Flyers. Photo by Jeffrey Heyden-Kaye

PHOTOS: Ponoka Stampeders looking for a win

The Stamps played two games at home last week

By Jeffrey Heyden-Kaye

The Stamps played two games at home last week

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Looking for an opening: Ponoka Stampeders’ Isaiah Deschamps-Cross looks for an opening against the Flyers. The Stamps were looking for a win after securing only two wins this season. The team lost both home game last week, first against the Red Deer Vipers Nov. 14 and then against the Flyers on Nov. 17. ***The name of the player was corrected to the current version. We apologize for the error.*** Photo by Jeffrey Heyden-Kaye

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