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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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    The Bismarck Bobcats are in full post season push mode.
    Just ahead of this weeks trade deadline, the Bobcats decided to beef up their roster.
    They added forward, Buster Hebda last Friday.

Tia Streeter-KX Sports: Hebda didn't have to travel far to become a Bobcat. He brought his 9 goals and 8 assists with him, from the Minot Minotauros. The Bobcats are hoping he'll complete the puzzle. 

Layne Sedevie-Bobcats Head Coach: brings up some grit and work ethic and I wanted to bring that little bit of a difference maker before playoffs and I think he's a really good player for us

Buster Hebda-Bobcats F: it's a good feeling coming to the rink everyday knowing you're playing for a reason and that's to win a national championship at the end of the season and I think we have a great chance the skill level I think we have all the tools in place to make a great run

Tia Streeter-KX Sports: With 43 games already under the Bobcats belt, it can be hard to fit in so late in the season, but luckily for Hebda, the transition has been easier than expected.

Buster Hebda-Bobcats F: we did play them a lot so I was familiar with some of the guys it's not like going to an out of division team where you don't know anyone and also I'm great friends with Daniel Zawacki I grew up playing hockey with him, but they're accepted me hands in completely and made me feel welcome right away.

Tia Streeter-KX Sports: While Hebda has been accepted off the ice, he's looking to find his niche on the ice. And already he's enjoying the change.

Buster Hebda-Bobcats Head Coach: it was probably the most nervous hockey game I've ever played, it's  not like I jumped up a level it's the same league, the intensity was higher it just felt like it was fun to play it was fun to be there and I think I'll fit in great a bunch of great guys here I think they brought me here for a reason, to be gritty add some energy and I think things will take care of itself

Layne Sedevie-Bobcats Head Coach: I think he's going to get a pretty good opportunity to play some big minutes for us and hopefully he can produce for us as well.

    The Bobcats gave up future considerations to get Hebda, it's common in the NAHL, for teams to allow players in their final year of NAHL age eligibility to trade to better teams who will be in the playoffs.

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