Fairbanks Ice Dogs prepare for series against Wilkes-Barre Scranton Knights

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FAIRBANKS, Alaska - The Fairbanks Ice Dogs prepare for their series against the Wilkes-Barre Scranton Knights for an inter-division matchup.
The Ice Dogs represent the top of the Midwest Division with a record of 21-5-5 with 47 points, as they are currently on a 12-0-2 streak that date backs to November.
The Knights are at the top of the East Division with a record of 20-7-3 with 43 points.
They are currently on a three game winning streak.
Here are the key players to look for in this matchup.
For the Knights it is their points leader in Jack Olmstead. Olmstead leads the Knights with 14 goals and 14 assists with 28 points.
His plus/minus for their team is plus 15, and he is their go getter.
Form the Ice Dogs, it is their new minted Forward of the Month in Samuel Ruffin.
Ruffin is leading the Ice Dogs with 12 goals and 22 assists with 34 points so far this season.
His plus/minus sits at plus 16 on the year, but his point total is the more impressive number since it is good for third in the NAHL.
The stat that sticks out for Scranton is that their rookie goalie Christian Stoever is holding his own.
Stoever has helped the team only give up an average of only 2.6 goals a game.
For the Ice Dogs, they have the best goal differential in the league with plus 49.
They have been hammering away on their opponents with 114 goals in total, while only giving up 65.
This series starts tomorrow at 9 AM Alaska time.