Game Notes – Edmonton

By: Kacie Albert  Friday, October 25, 2019 @ 7:19 AM

Four of the 10 Canadian bull set to compete at the 2019 PBR World Finals will also buck at the Command Tubular Edmonton Classic. Photo: Covy Moore/

LAST STOP, EDMONTON This weekend, for the second time in league history, PBR Canada’s Monster Energy Tour will buck into Edmonton, Alberta, and the Edmonton EXPO Centre with the Command Tubular Edmonton Classic on Saturday, October 26. Action for the tour’s final regular-season event gets underway at 7:00 p.m. MDT.

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GREEN GOES FOR GOLD – Last weekend in Abbotsford, Garrett Green won the first Canadian Monster Energy Tour event of his career, dominating both rounds of competition en route to claiming the Abbotsford Classic event title. After winning Round 1 with an 84.5-point trip on Mogely, the Albertan remained perfect when the tied for the championship round victory with 87.5 points aboard OMB Legal Issues. In addition to collecting $6,472.54 and 170 world points, Green also earned a crucial 530 Canadian points, allowing him to crack into the Top 10 in the nation, now ranked No. 7 and a mere 1,314.58 points behind No. 1 Dakota Buttar. The victory also allowed him to gain ground in the world rankings, now No. 57 and 441.66 points outside of the Top 35. For Green, the wins comes during a season where he’s been much more selective in the events he’s entered, both PBR and rodeo. In PBR competition the 27-year-old has entered just eight events, going a combined 13-for-20 (65%). In Edmonton, Green, the last rider out in Round 1, will attempt Red Jam of Vold Rodeo.

PARSONAGE INCHES CLOSER With Dakota Buttar stateside last weekend competing on the elite PBR Unleash The Beast, the door was open for Canadian No. 2 Jared Parsonage to reclaim the No. 1 ranking in Canada, a spot he had help for the majority of the season until he was overtaken on Sept. 13. As the defending Abbotsford Classic event winner, Parsonage entered the fourth Monster Energy Tour stop in the city 122.51 points behind Buttar, and with 550 points maximum available to one rider, had the chance to leave with a sizeable lead. And while Parsonage went a perfect 2-for-2, his fifth-place finish was not enough to eclipse Buttar, however did decimate his lead. Riding Semi Mental for 79.5 points in Round 1, an 8-second effort that he declined a re-ride for, and Grey Tower III for 86.5 points in the championship round, the Saskatchewan man left the Abbotsford Centre with 80 Canadian points, inching within 42.51 points of Buttar. With Buttar back on home soil this weekend, Parsonage will look to overtake his countryman when he attempts Boomerang in Round 1.    

RADFORD MAKES MOVES For Brock Radford, the past two years have ended in heartbreak in Saskatoon, finishing No. 2 in the national standings in consecutive seasons. Relegated to the sidelines for the majority of the first half of 2019, Radford, however, returned more determined than ever during the summer to capture his first PBR Canada Championship. On July 4, the De Winton, Alberta-man made his return to competition at the Touring Pro Division stop in Calgary, however was unable to make the eight. After finishing 15th at the Calgary Stampede, his subsequent PBR event, Radford steadily began to climb the national standings by recording four Top 10 finishes in July, three in August and a runner-up effort in Grande Prairie, Alberta on October 5. Last weekend, Radford finished 1-point shy of claiming the second Monster Energy Tour event win of his career in Abbotsford. Going a perfect 2-for-2, including tying for the championship round win with an 87.5-point trip on Vold Rodeo’s Grey Eyes, Radford finished second to net 265 Canadian points. Entering the event No. 7 in the nation, the silver finish allowed him to climb one spot, now No. 6 in Canada, and within 1,285.83 points of No. 1 Dakota Buttar. Since his return to competition, Radford has gone an impressive 18-35 (51%) on Canadian soil. As he looks to continue his climb up the national standings, Radford will attempt Finning JB Muley in Round 1 in Edmonton.

RIDERS TO WATCH FROM ABBOTSFORD – Looking further down the leaderboard from the Abbotsford Classic, two other riders made noteworthy moves following Top 5 finishes at the British Columbia event. Both delivering perfect 2-for-2 outings, Wacey Finkbeiner concluded the stop third, while Logan Biever was fourth. For Finkbeiner, who rode Speak Easy for 83 points and Kubota’s Big Orange Tractor for 86.5 points, his efforts earned him 153.33 Canadian points and allowed him to gain notable ground in the national title race. After beginning the Monster Energy Tour stop unranked, Finkbeiner rose to No. 45, now within 565 points of the Top 20 as he attempts to qualify for the fifth consecutive PBR Canada Finals of his career. For Biever, who covered OMB Full Sleeve for 81.5 points and Uptown Funk for 87 points, he cracked into the nation’s Top 20 courtesy of the 110 Canadian points he netted. Now No. 19 in the nation, he trails No. 1 Dakota Buttar by 1,990.83 points. In Round 1 of the Command Tubular Edmonton Classic, Finkbeiner will attempt Fired Up Freddy as the first man to leave the chutes, while Biever will face Dylans Devil.    

BUTTAR. IS. BACK With the regular-season for the elite Unleash The Beast complete, Canadian No. 1 Dakota Buttar will have the opportunity to ride on home soil for the Command Tubular Edmonton Classic before returning stateside for the 2019 PBR World Finals on Nov. 6-10. And while the event will mark the first Monster Energy Tour event of his 2019 season, and first event on Canadian soil since mid-September, Buttar has been near unstoppable on the weekends he’s been able to ride in his home country. After sustaining what he thought was a season-ending shoulder injury in mid-April in Billings, Montana, the Kindersley, Saskatchewan man got news from his surgeon that he would indeed be able to ride the remainder of the 2019 season. On June 8, he made his return to competition, and season debut on Canadian soil, and has been on a tear since. Going an impressive 25-for-38 (65.79%) Buttar has earned a league-leading five event wins, in addition to an accompanying 10 Top-10 efforts. The impressive results led Buttar to go from unranked to overtaking the nation’s No. 1 ranking from Jared Parsonage, who held it the majority of the year, on Sept. 13 following his most recent Touring Pro Division win in St. Tite, Quebec. While Parsonage significantly cut into his lead last weekend in Abbotsford, where Buttar was unable to compete due to his Unleash The Beast obligations in Nampa, Idaho, he still holds a 42.51-point lead heading into the Edmonton event. In Round 1, Buttar will attempt Time Well Spent of Thompson Rodeo.  

TOP 10 GO TOE-TO-TOE – Only two events remain on Canadian soil prior to the 2019 PBR Monster Energy Canadian Finals, presented by Dakota Dunes Casino in Saskatoon on Nov. 22-23. Apart from this weekend’s final regular-season Monster Energy Tour event in Edmonton, the 2019 Canadian Touring Pro Division will conclude in Yorkton, Saskatchewan on Nov. 8-9. With a $50,000 bonus available to the season’s champion, one rider has the chance to earn a maximum 550 points in Edmonton, with an additional 350 available to one man in Yorkton, before an individual can earn a maximum 2,250 points in Saskatoon. With the stakes higher than ever, one has to look no further than the stacked Edmonton draw to see the fervor of the current national title race. Of the current Top 20, all of the Top 12 are slated to compete. While two men have the chance to overtake No. 1 Dakota Buttar for the top ranking, No. 2 Jared Parsonage (-42.51) and No. 3 Shay Marks (-475), the door is open for the remaining riders to further hone in on the top contenders for the title. Beyond Buttar, Parsonage and Marks the Top 12 includes: No. 4 Jordan Hansen (-1,102.51), No. 5 Daylon Swearingen (-1,117.08), No. 6 Brock Radford (-1,285.83), No. 7 Garrett Green (-1,314.58), No. 8 Jake Gardner (-1,525.83), No. 9 Lonnie West (-1,683.33), No. 10 Jackson Scott (-1,687.5), No. 11 Aaron Roy (-1,772.5) and No. 12 Todd Chotowetz (-1,803.33).

VEGAS IS CALLING – With the 2019 PBR Canada Finals (Nov. 22-23) set to take place following the 2019 PBR World Finals (Nov. 6-10), the Canadian invite to the Pendleton Whisky Velocity Tour Finals (Nov. 2-3) will be the top-ranked rider in the Canadian national standings following the Command Tubular Edmonton Classic. Playing host to the final opportunity riders have to earn points towards the national standings prior to the cutoff, the pressure is on to earn the coveted bid in Edmonton, awarded to Brock Radford in 2018. With the invite, the rider will compete alongside representatives from each of the other international territories, with the top finisher from the contingent subsequently earning a berth to the PBR World Finals. In 2017, Brazil’s Jose Vitor Leme advanced via the Velocity Finals, then stunned the world in going a perfect 6-for-6 to capture the 2017 PBR Rookie of the Year honor and 2017 PBR World Finals event win.

I SPY THE TOP 35 This year the PBR’s Executive Competition Committee (ECC) approved a revised PBR world points system pertaining to the Velocity Tour and International Tour events for the 2019 season and beyond. International Cup events in Australia, Brazil, Canada and Mexico will now award 170 world points to the winner.

With the increased points available, the stakes are raised for the Edmonton event, with two riders in position to greatly improve their ranking within the Top 35, one in position to possibly crack into the Top 35, and one additional rider in contention to be within striking distance as the PBR holds its final events prior to the 2019 PBR World Finals in Las Vegas on Nov. 6-10.

Those riders are:

Daylon Swearingen is currently No. 12 and would rise to No. 11 (Note: He would overtake Mason Taylor for the No. 2 position in the Rookie of the Year race, closing within 410.41 points of standings leader Dalton Kasel.)

Dakota Buttar is currently No. 26 and would rise to No. 23 (Note: In 2018, Buttar finished a career-high No. 17 in the PBR world standings.)

Jared Parsonage is currently No. 39 and would rise to No. 35, 43.34 points ahead of No. 36 Taylor Toves

Shay Marks is currently No. 46 and would rise to No. 42, just 171.66 points outside of the Top 35

WEST RETURNS TO COMPETITION – In late September, while riding in Fairfax, Virginia, on the elite Unleash The Beast, Lonnie West, partially dislocated his left shoulder during his trip with Stealing Thunder in Round 1. And the injury was not new for the Cadogan, Alberta bull rider. Sixteen days prior while competing at the Canadian Touring Pro Division event in Magrath, Alberta, which he won, West had hurt the very same shoulder. During a season which also included a broken leg, sustained at the 2019 PBR Global Cup USA in February, West decided to not chance his shot at a national title and relegated himself to the sidelines to recover. A month later, and the No. 9-ranked rider in Canada is set to return to competition at the Command Tubular Edmonton Classic. Looking holistically at the 2019 season, where he’s gone 13-for-35 (37%) on home soil, West was starting to hit his stride prior to the injury. After a second-place result on July 20 in Manor, Saskatchewan, which bumped him from No. 57 to No. 35 in the nation, West captured his first event win of the season on August 21 in Coronation, Alberta. Surging from No. 36 to No. 21 in the nation, West’s rocket up the standings only continued at his very next event. Winning again two weeks later in Magrath, Alberta, the home province favorite sling-shotted to No. 9 in the nation. In his most recent outing, West finished third at the first-ever PBR Canada event in St. Tite, Quebec, on September 13, but hasn’t ridden on home soil since. Currently 1,683.33 points behind No. 1 Dakota Buttar, West will attempt It’s A Cinch in Round 1 in Edmonton.

SWEARINGEN COMES TO CANADA – Much like Dakota Buttar, fellow world Top 35-ranked bull rider Daylon Swearingen will have the opportunity to ride in Canada this weekend with the regular-season for the elite Unleash The Beast having come to a close. For Swearingen, his success in Canada in 2019 was part of what allowed him to reach both the Top 35 and premier series. On the Monster Energy Tour, after beginning the season with a runner-up finish in Winnipeg, he won his first event on the top tour in Canada in London, Ontario, which he followed with back-to-back runner-up finishes in Moncton, New Brunswick, and Halifax, Nova Scotia this Spring. Fast-forward to present and Swearingen, who left the June 1 event in Halifax No. 18 in the world, is now No. 12 and a top-contender for the season’s prestigious PBR Rookie of the Year honor, presently third in the race, and within 580.41 world points of standings leader Dalton Kasel. On the premier series, in addition to four Top 10 finishes, Swearingen notably tied for the 15/15 Bucking Battle win in Tulsa when he covered Cochise for a massive 92 points, the first 90-point ride of his Unleash The Beast career. Last riding in Canada on July 4 at the Touring Pro Division stop in Calgary, Swearingen will first attempt Snap Shot in his return to Canadian competition in Edmonton.   

IN NEED OF A BOOST – Heading into this weekend’s Command Tubular Edmonton Classic, one rider, two-time PBR Canada Champion Zane Lambert, finds himself in unfamiliar waters. With only the nation’s Top 20 set to compete at the 2019 PBR Monster Energy Canadian Finals, presented by Dakota Dunes Casino on No. 22-23, Lambert is currently No. 17, just 81.25 points in front of No. 21 Jess Lockwood. In Abbotsford, Lambert was unable to gain any ground, bucked off in Round 1 by Gone Platinum in a quick 4.36 seconds. Thus far this season, the Albertan is 15-for-46 (32%) on Canadian soil with an event win and seven additional Top 10 efforts. In Round 1 of the Edmonton event, Lambert will attempt Dunt of Skori Bucking Bulls.

HOME PROVINCE HOPEFULS – On Saturday night, 12 riders will vie for the event title in front of a home province crowd. Those home province contenders are: Logan Biever (Claresholm), Wacey Finkbeiner (Ponoka), Garrett Green (Meeting Creek), Jordan Hansen (Okotoks), Nicholas Klinck (Bashaw), Zane Lambert (Ponoka), Shay Marks (Sunnybrook), Micheal Ostashek (Edson), Brock Radford (De Winton), Nick Tetz (Calgary), Lonnie West (Cadogan), Cole Young (Fairfview).

PREVIOUSLY IN EDMONTON – In 2018, after Edmonton hosted the inaugural PBR Global Cup in Nov. 2017, the city welcomed the Monster Energy Tour for the first time in league history. Not to disappoint, three-time PBR Canada Champion Aaron Roy reached another milestone in his already prolific career, capturing the first Monster Energy Tour event win of his career in going a perfect 2-for-2. After riding Rhythm & Blues for an 84-point score in Round 1, Roy sealed the victory when he rode Hanna Motors Two Point Oh for an event-best 87.5 points. The win netted the Saskatchewan man a crucial 490 national points allowing him to rise from No. 12 to No. 7 in the national standings. This season, Roy, who will face Finning Rat Trap in Round 1, is No. 11 in Canada, 1,772.5 points behind No. 1 Dakota Buttar.

2018                    Aaron Roy

FAMILIAR WATERS During Round 1 of this weekend’s Command Tubular Edmonton Classic, fans will witness five rematches, with just one rider having previously covered their bovine athlete opponent. Facing Dylans Devil of the Wild Hoggs twice prior, Logan Biever avenged a 3-second buckoff from the 2018 Monster Energy Tour event in Kelowna, British Columbia, when he made the 8-second whistle aboard the bovine athlete later that season on the Touring Pro Division for 85 points in Whitecourt, Alberta. After earning a 43-point bull score in their first meeting, Dylans Devil was marked 42 points when he paired with Biever for a qualified ride. Of the remaining four riders, none have previously covered the bull. For Nick Tetz his attempt of Shock Rock in Round 1 will mark the third time the two of faced off. After first meeting in North Battleford, Saskatchewan this July when Tetz was bested in 3.66 seconds, Shock Rock again beat Tetz in October at the Touring Pro stop in Grande Prairie, Alberta, this time in a swifter 2.35 seconds. After earning a 41-point score in their first meeting, Shock Rock’s bull score improved in their most recent outing, that time marked 42.5 points. The remaining rematches are:

Jackson Scott vs. Kubota’s Summer Warrior (6.6 seconds – 42.5 points – 2019 Grande Prairie, Alberta TPD)

Shay Marks vs. Buck Nasty (5.13 seconds – 44 points – 2019 Czar, Alberta TPD)

Wacey Finkbeiner vs. Fired Up Freddy (2.2 seconds – 41.5 points – 2016 Prince Albert, Saskatchewan TPD)

WELL ISN’T HE A HAPPY CAMPER – As he looks to earn his second consecutive PBR Canada Bull of the Year honor, Happy Camper will make his triumphant return to the Monster Energy Tour after last bucking on the nation’s top tour this March in Calgary, Alberta. Competing at two of the season’s early stops in the Western provinces, the Two Bit bovine athlete earned back-to-back Bull of the Event honors in Lethbridge and Calgary, Alberta in March. In Lethbridge, Happy Camper was marked 44.5 points for his 3.22-second buckoff of Jake Lockwood, while in Calgary, he earned two 44-point scores, first for his 6.03-second trip with Zane Lambert and second when he was covered by Riley Gagnon for a massive 89 points. Following his event-leading performances on home soil, Happy Camper made his regular-season Unleash The Beast debut in Billings, Montana, earning two outs in April. After he was ridden by Junio Quaresima for 86.75 points in Round 1, he later dispatched Cannon Cravens in Round 3 in a swift 3.32 seconds. Out-to-out, his bull score improved, first marked 42.25 points and then 43.5 points. After making one more out on home soil, besting Tanner Byrne in 5.62 seconds to earn a 43.5-point bull score in Nipawin, Saskatchewan in May, Happy Camper’s season was derailed when he lost a toe cap. Sidelined for 110 days, he didn’t return until the Touring Pro Division event at the site of his home in Magrath, Alberta. Not missing a beat, Happy Camper bested Brock Radford in a quick 3.81 seconds to earn a 44.5-point score. Fresh off his third consecutive PBR World Finals selection, Happy Camper will buck in the championship round in Edmonton.

BULL PEN: FINALS FLARE – This week, when PBR Livestock Director Cody Lambert announced the 100-plus bulls he chose to buck at the 2019 PBR World Finals, 10 bulls from Canada were selected to compete at the five-day spectacle. Of those 10, four will buck at the Command Tubular Edmonton Classic, all slated for the championship round. Those bovine athletes are: Two Bit Bucking Bulls’ Happy Camper and Catch My Drift, Wild Hoggs’ Tykro Pound Sand and Vold Rodeo’s Big City Nights.

THIS WEEKEND’S FORMAT –This weekend’s Monster Energy Tour event in Edmonton will feature a field of 26 riders, all competing in one round, with the Top 10 advancing to the championship round where the event winner will be crowned. To begin the night, all entered riders will attempt one bull each in Round 1. The Top 10 will then advance to the championship round where they will attempt one final bull in an effort to win the event title, their share of the purse along with crucial world and Canadian points. One rider has the chance to win a maximum 550 Canadian and 170 world points.

NOT TO BE FORGOTTEN: 2019 C-MET THUS FAR This weekend in Edmonton, the regular-season for the 2019 Canadian Monster Energy Tour will come to a close, with just one event, a Touring Pro Division stop in Yorkton, Saskatchewan on Nov. 8-9, remaining prior to the 2019 PBR Monster Energy Canadian Finals, presented by Dakota Dunes Casino on Nov. 22-23 in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan. With a $50,000 bonus on the line for the 2019 PBR Canada Champion, the battle to be the No. 1 ranked rider in the nation has been fierce, with the Top 3 within 475 points of one another, and No. 1 Dakota Buttar and No. 2 Jared Parsonage separated by a mere 42.51 points. This weekend in Edmonton, one rider has the chance to earn a maximum 550 Canadian points. Let’s take a look back:

Winnipeg: The 2019 PBR Canada Monster Energy Tour season launched on January 26 in Winnipeg, Manitoba, with the competition starting with a bang form the first out. Competing for the first time since 2017 after undergoing reconstructive shoulder surgery, Shay Marks went a flawless 2-for-2 to capture his first event win on the tour. Tying for the win in both rounds of action, the performance netted the Albertan a massive 510 Canadian points and skyrocketed him to the No. 1 ranking in Canada, overtaking the previously top-ranked rider Jordan Hansen. The stop also featured a break-through performance from Daylon Swearingen, who finished second, who is now solidly ranked inside the world’s Top 35 and a contender for the year’s Rookie of the Year title. 

Lethbridge: After a one month break, the Monster Energy Tour traveled to Lethbridge, Alberta for the first time in history with a two-day event on March 1-2. As the only rider to go a perfect 3-for-3, Jared Parsonage won the second Monster Energy Tour event of his career inside the ENMAX Centre. Collecting 535 Canadian points, Parsonage overtook Shay Marks for the nation’s No. 1 ranking, leaving the Alberta event with a 90.83-point lead.

Calgary: Three short weeks later, the tour was back in action with yet another two-day event, this time in Calgary on March 22-23. While Parsonage remained atop the standings, carrying a 175.83 point lead over then No. 2 Shay Marks into the event, a new rider left the Nutrien Western Event Centre atop the standings. Going a perfect 3-for-3, and the lone rider to cover all his draws, Jordan Hansen won the first Monster Energy Tour event of his career at the Calgary Classic. The victory awarded him 575 Canadian points and allowed him to surge from No. 5 in the nation to No. 1 with a 119.17-point lead over No. 2 Parsonage. While Parsonage rode at the stop, he tied for 10th, only earning 42.5 points.

Quebec: Turning its focus to the Eastern provinces, the Monster Energy Tour next travelled to Quebec for the third edition of the Canadian Iron Cowboy, the lone international Major, on May 4. With Derek Kolbaba winning the event for the second time in his career, earning a monstrous 680 Canadian points, he went from unranked to No. 3 in the nation. Among the Canadian hopefuls, Zane Lambert was the top finisher, concluding the stop third to net 50 national points. As a result of the event, which featured both No. 1 Jordan Hansen and No. 2 Jared Parsonage failing to make the 8, the top positions in the national standings remained unchanged.

London: The very next weekend in London, however, the drama continued. Prior to the tour making its return to the Ontario city, Jared Parsonage reclaimed the nation’s No. 1 ranking after finishing second the night prior to the event on the Touring Pro Division in Nipawin, Saskatchewan. The win earned Parsonage a clutch 117.5 national points, leading him to overtake No. 2 Jordan Hansen by 45 points leading into the fifth Monster Energy Tour event of 2019. In London, backed by a Round 1 win, Daylon Swearingen earned his third event win of the 2019 season to collect 450 Canadian points and catapult from No. 19 to No. 4 in Canada. The event also featured a runner-up finish by Shay Marks, earning him 200 Canadian points, and allowing him to advance from No. 4 to No. 3 in the nation, inching within 200 points of No. 1 Parsonage.

Moncton: At the next stop in Moncton, things continued to get interesting. Another American contender, Michael Lane, captured the event win, sling-shotting him to No. 9 in the nation. Daylon Swearingen delivered yet another impressive performance, finishing second to collect 340 Canadian points. He rose from No. 4 to No. 2 in the national standings, within a mere 17.08 points of the top spot. Shay Marks also collected points for his sixth-place result. Earning 95 Canadian points, Marks left the event No. 4 in the nation, closing within 105 points of No. 1 Jared Parsonage.

Halifax: Making his return to the Monster Energy Tour in Halifax on June 1, Jared Parsonage left his mark. While he briefly surrendered the No. 1 ranking the night prior to Jordan Hansen who tied for the win on the Touring Pro Division stop in Prince Albert, Saskatchewan, Parsonage was determined to leave the Nova Scotia event back atop the rankings. As the only rider to go 3-for-3, Parsonage captured his second Monster Energy Tour event win of 2019 in Halifax, erasing Hansen’s 190-point lead, and propelling him back to the No. 1 ranking. Garnering him 550 Canadian points, Parsonage left Scotiabank Centre with a 202.08 point lead over the No. 2 contender. Hansen was also overtaken by Daylon Swearingen who finished second at the stop. Earning 390 Canadian points, Swearingen reclaimed the No. 2 ranking, backed large in part by his Round 1 win.

NEXT UP – Following a one-month break, PBR Canada’s Monster Energy Tour will next travel to Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, and the SaskTel Centre for the 2019 PBR Monster Energy Canadian Finals, presented by Dakota Dunes Casino. Action will get underway at 7:30 p.m. CT on both Friday, November 22 and Saturday, November 23.  

PROVIDING PROTECTION – The bullfighters on hand for this weekend’s event in Edmonton are Greg Loring Jr., Ty Prescott, and Brett Monea.

BROADCAST COVERAGE – Fans will be able to watch the action in its entirety live via PBR’s new streaming digital platform RidePass. Coverage of the Command Tubular Edmonton Classic will begin at 9:00 p.m. EDT on Saturday, October 26. The event will also be broadcast on TSN2 on Tuesday, November 12 at 7:30 p.m. ET.



Brazil (1) – Marcos Gloria

Canada (20) – Logan Biever, Dakota Buttar, Todd Chotowetz, Shayne Davis, Wacey Finkbeiner, Jake Gardner, Garrett Green, Jordan Hansen, Nicholas Klinck, Zane Lambert, Tim Lipsett, Shay Marks, Micheal Ostashek, Jared Parsonage, Brock Radford, Aaron Roy, Jackson Scott, Nick Tetz, Lonnie West, Cole Young

Paraguay (1) – Fabian Dueck

United States (2) – Thor Hoefer II, Daylon Swearingen


Alberta – Logan Biever, Wacey Finkbeiner, Garrett Green, Jordan Hansen, Nicholas Klinck, Zane Lambert, Shay Marks, Micheal Ostashek, Brock Radford, Nick Tetz, Lonnie West, Cole Young; British Columbia – Shayne Davis, Jake Gardner, Jackson Scott; Saskatchewan – Dakota Buttar, Todd Chotowetz, Tim Lipsett, Jared Parsonage, Aaron Roy.