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    The Bismarck Bobcats continue to roll.    If you haven't see the Bobcats play yet, you're missing out. Tia Streeter-KX Sports: They're the only team in the NAHL to have clinched a playoff berth. But
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    It's hard to saying anything negative about the play of the Bismarck Bobcats.
    Especially the play of the Bobcats on their home ice.

 Tia Streeter-KX Sports: Only one time all season, have the Bobcats lost at the VFW Sports Center. That was back on October 15th. Since then, they've rattled off 11 straight wins at home, the longest home win streak in Bobcats history.

Layne Sedevie-Bobcats Head Coach: a nice run here at home it seems last year we weren't very good at home we were really up and down inconsistent, it's nice to get our fans involved here and give them something to cheer for every night, and we've won 10 in a row here at home hopefully we can keep that success going into the weekend and build on that five game win streak as well.

Tia Streeter-KX Sports: This weekend, the Bobcats will make things about more than just winning. Instead they'll try to raise money for Jack Jablonski, a Minnesota prep hockey player who was paralyzed by a hit. Now the Bobcats are trying to do what they can to help. There's a national effort to raise 30 thousand dollars for the family, the Cats are looking to add to that total.

Paul Teeple-Voice of the Bobcats: We're going to be trying to raise at least twelve hundred for Jack Jablonski who's a high school player who's injured in late 2011 he took at hit from behind along the boards and he's been paralyzed and he's fighting to just be able to walk again, and it's one of the cool things about the hockey community when one of ours becomes injured we close ranks and everyone chips in to help out and even though none of us have ever met Jack it's really important to us to show solidarity to help any way that we can.

Adam Knochenmus-Bobcats F: To me it was tough hearing something like that about a kid playing hockey you know it can happen to anyone and we're hoping he stays strong and keeps his spirits high and he'll be alright.

    Pucks will sell for 5 dollars each, and all proceeds will go to the Jablonski family.
    You can go to to donate to his cause.
    The Bobcats go for their 6th straight win Friday night when they host Coulee Region.

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