Another night of exciting male AAA hockey is set for the Jim Kook Rec-Plex in Outlook tonight.

The Saskatoon Blazers will be facing off against the Regina Pat Canadians in another neutral site game, after the Blazers made their way to Outlook back at the end of November for a thrilling game against Moose Jaw.

The Blazers are clearly open to take any chance they get to play in the community of Outlook, as aside from the two games scheduled as part of the SMAAAHL's 2022-2023 campaign, Saskatoon also made a trip to the West Central community back in March as the first game of this calendar year was a perfect homecoming opportunity for current member of the Prince Albert Raiders Cole Peardon.

We reached out to Peardon to discuss his hometown experience last season, one he remembers fondly as he was able to find the back of the net in front of his longtime supporters.

"It was just me who was from around there. It was a pretty awesome experience, I got to score a goal in front of all my friends and family. The crowd was pretty electric."

Peardon played his minor hockey in Outlook before making the team in Martensville, where he earned his way into becoming an eventual first round pick in the WHL.

Peardon edited.jpg It's been an exciting year of hockey for Peardon, that also included a trip to play for Canada at the World Under-17s (Photos edited via @stoonblazers/@tcnewsfeed on Twitter)

Peardon has never been short on support during his young hockey career, and he shared that his parents have played a big role in keeping that going, even all the way up in Prince Albert this season as Peardon knows they are eager to make the trip. 

"They haven't missed a game so far. It's been awesome for them, and for me," he shared," I couldn't imagine not having them up in the stands for every game, so yeah it's been great."

The only West Central player being featured in tonight's game is Macklin's Cole Reschny for the Blazers, who much like Peardon, is blazing his own trail while in Saskatoon ahead of a hopefully full season in the WHL for the Victoria Royals next year.