The Brahmas return to action after a five-day break, having won six of their past seven games, including a 4-3 win at Tulsa on Feb. 16.The Brahmas, third in the Central Hockey League with 65 points, need to stay hot because they’re just one point behind Wichita and two behind Allen.Forward Phil Fox registered his team-high sixth game-winning goal against Tulsa.The Brahmas and Missouri have split their two meetings, but it’s been two months since the last matchup. The Brahmas took a 6-2 decision at home on Dec. 22.Brahmas forward John Snowden has a team-best seven goals in his past five games, in addition to three assists.Missouri boasts the Central Hockey League’s points leader, forward Sebastien Thinel (22 goals, 52 assists for 74 points).After Missouri, the Brahmas meet Allen for three consecutive games: Saturday at home, then Sunday and Tuesday at Allen.
Brahmas vs. Missouri
7:30 tonight, NYTEX Sports Centre, North Richland Hills
Brahmas 30-16-5, 65 points; Mavericks 26-19-4, 56 pts.