The Portage Terriers are hitting the road for their second preseason game tonight. The Dogs are in search of their first win of the preseason as they head to Neepawa to take on the Titans.
Forward Brenden Holba chipped in on all three goals in last night's loss to the Virden Oil Capitals. He describes what he's looking to improve upon this season.
"Probably put some more points on the board and get some more minutes. Hopefully, we can make it far this year."
The Titans were also in action last night and dropped a 5-2 contest to the Kam River Fighting Walleye of the SJHL. Gladstone product Cameron Trimble found the back of the net for Neepawa in the preseason opener.
The Terriers went 2-1 against Neepawa last year in the regular season, and the two squads split their two preseason affairs.
Holba says it's very fulfilling to be back in a Terrier jersey.
"It's always great to come back. You always want to get better every day. The coaches here like Spills (head coach Blake Spiller) they really push you," Holba continues. "I think if we get their motivation every day, we should become a great team."
The Terriers will be continuing to fine-tune their roster tonight in Neepawa at 7 p.m. Portage will return to Stride Place on Friday for preseason game number three in a rematch with the Titans.