As many goaltenders come into the training centre and try to work off the turkey and Christmas desserts, there is a handful of goaltenders that didn't have much of a break. One of the many GDI goalies that went on the road after Christmas Day was 1995 born Alex Moodie. On the 27th Moodie made his way into his first WHL game as he got the start for the 3rd period of play against the Edmonton Oil Kings. Moodie proceeded to make 8 stops on the 9 shots that were sent his way. As Moodie entered the last 20 minutes of play it seemed to give the Blades some life as he made three or four nice pad saves to kept the score what it was and that’s when Saskatoon got on the board as Michael Burns got his 14th of the season at 5:58 to make it 6-2. With Saskatoon's starting netminder Andrey Makarov out for another week and a half as he competes with Team Russia in the World Junior Championships, Moodie potentially has the chance to start in a game coming up. The Blades hit the ice five more times before Makarov is back with the team. For the full schedule of games Click Here.