This evening in the South Eastern Manitoba Hockey League, Oakville is on the road in Stonewall for a rematch with the Flyers.

The two clubs met in the season opener, which resulted in a 5-3 victory for the expansion Flyers. Seals' head coach, Mark Ingram, says Stonewall has a young, fast and skilled club and as such he knows tonight will make for a good hockey game.

After four games this season, Oakville has a 1-4 record, but those three losses have been narrow defeats and in most cases could have gone either way. Already the club has shown it's taken great strides toward becoming a better team, as compared to last year when the environment around the Seals locker room was less than ideal. Ingram says the team is rejuvenated this season as they've made improvements in all facets of the game and have added some key players such as goaltender Ryan Person and forward Russ Spence, among others.

The Seals and Flyers will face off at 8:15. In the other two games tonight Morden is at Carman and Altona visits Notre Dame.