Teton Hockey begins the back half of their 2022-2023 campaign tonight at the Raymond center in Williston as they play host to the Montana State University Bobcats.

Tonight will be the first of back to back games against MSU, with the second being a Saturday matinee.

Here is what you need to know heading in to the game.

Tetons enter tonight's action with a 4-8 record on the season and after a lengthy winter break they are back on the ice for the first time in nearly a month.

A couple of dynamic playmakers for the Tetons have a tall task ahead of them against the Bobcats.  Cody Barnes currently leads the team in points with 23 overall (12 goals and 11 assists).  Barns has also had the propensity to come up clutch for Williston State, lighting the lamp for 4 game winning goals on the season.  Right behind Barnes is Kyle Barrett with 22 points (9 goals and 13 assists).

Currently the Tetons are a -9 in goal differential scoring 56 goals on the season while allowing 65.

They will have a tall task with Montana State who comes into town with an overall record of 17-5 on the season, placing them in 7th place overall in the ACHA D2 standings.

The Bobcats are touting 5 players with over 20 points on the season led by Vinny Farina's 27 (12 goals and 15 assists).

Teton tenders may have a busy day between the pipes as MSU has a +56 goal differential, scoring 102 and allowing only 46 on the season.

The puck drops at 7:00 PM at the Raymond center in Williston on Friday and 2:00 PM on Saturday.

Both games can be heard on 660 KEYZ News Radio, on KEYZRadio.com, or the new KEYZ Radio app for Android and IOS.



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