Fresno Looks Towards San Diego in Final Home Games of the Regular Season

FRESNO MONSTERS (23-12-3-0, 75 pts)


They may have leveraged an additional seven games played, but the Fresno Monsters are at

the top of the Western Division standings for the second week in a row.

The Monsters will host the San Diego Sabers this week for a Friday-Saturday series. They

will be the final two home games of the 2018-19 WSHL regular season for Fresno. It will

likely not be the last time they take to the Selland Arena ice, however. A top-two finish in

the division would mean hosting a best-of-three division semifinal series in mid-late March.

The Monsters will play three away games next week, then will not play any games at all

from February 9 to March 2 – a three-week hiatus – before playing their final five games of

the season on the road.

Fresno’s average age (19.0 years) has them in the middle of the pack in the league, but the

Monsters are the most seasoned team in the Western Division with 1,385 games of WSHL