SFU will continue their homestand this Saturday against the Selkirk College Saints. The Saints are the reigning BCIHL champions for the third straight year, having beaten SFU in last season’s BCIHL finals. SFU previously played Selkirk this season on the road in a 5-0 loss.
“It’s the last game before the break, and we want to win,” said Coletta. “Selkirk is one our biggest rivals now and there’s no love lost between the two teams, and we’ve got to be prepared.”
Selkirk currently leads the BCIHL with an 8-2-0 record, while Selkirk forward Dallas Calvin, a freshman, leads the league in scoring with 12 goals and 20 points in nine games.
The game will mark SFU’s annual teddy bear toss night, which features a new twist this year as fans can choose to toss new socks and underwear — which will go to help the homeless — during SFU’s first goal, in addition to teddy bears that can be bought to help the Surrey Christmas Bureau and Burnaby Community Services. SFU students get in free with student ID. Puck drop is at 7 pm.