Friday, December 28, 2018
DUB ROUND-UP: RAIDERS, WARRIORS VICTORIOUS ON FRIDAY
PRINCE ALBERT, Sask. - Donovan Buskey kicked out 34 shots and Noah Gregor scored twice as Prince Albert doubled up Saskatoon.
Aliaksei Protas supplied the game-winning goal for the Raiders (33-2-1) at 10:33 of the third period. Cole Fonstad also scored for the Raiders. Gary Haden and Kristian Roykas Marthinsen replied for the Blades (21-11-5).
Dorrin Luding turned away 32 shots for Saskatoon.
Saskatoon's Brandon Schuldhaus received a game misconduct for kneeing at 8:51 of the first period.
WARRIORS 4 BRONCOS 3 (OT)
SWIFT CURRENT, Alta. - Tristin Langan scored twice, including at 2:36 in overtime, as Moose Jaw defeated Swift Current.
Daemon Hunt and Justin Almeida also got on the scoresheet for the Warriors (18-8-6). Ethan Regnier, Alec Zawatsky and Matthew Culling supplied the offence for the Broncos (7-25-3).
Adam Evanoff stopped 24 shots for Moose Jaw. Joel Hofer turned aside 35 shots for Swift Current.
OIL KINGS 7 HITMEN 3
EDMONTON - Zach Russell had a goal and an assist as Edmonton beat Calgary.
Andrew Fyten, Vladimir Alistrov, Andrei Pavlenko, Wyatt McLeod, Aidan Lawson and Ethan Cap also scored for the Oil Kings (19-12-6). Mark Kastelic paced the Hitmen (15-16-4) with two goals, while Carson Focht added a single.
Dylan Myskiw turned aside 29 shots for Edmonton. Jack McNaughton blocked 31 shots for Calgary.
ROYALS 6 HURRICANES 2
LETHBRIDGE, Alta. - Dante Hannoun scored four times and added an assist as Victoria thumped Lethbridge.
Igor Martynov and Tarun Fizer rounded out the scoring for the Royals (17-13-1). Jordy Bellerive and Calen Addison got on the board for the Hurricanes (18-10-6).
Brock Gould turned away 30 shots for Victoria. Reece Klassen combined with Carl Tetachuk for 23 saves for Lethbridge.
GIANTS 6 REBELS 0
RED DEER, Alta. - David Tendeck made 28 saves as Vancouver blanked Red Deer.
Alex Kannok, Davis Koch, Jared Legien, Jared Dmytriw, Justin Sourdif and Tristen Nielsen scored for the Giants (23-8-2).
Byron Fancy combined with Ethan Anders for 29 saves for Red Deer.
TIGERS 4 ICE 1
MEDICINE HAT, Alta. - James Hamblin scored twice as Medicine Hat dumped Kootenay.
Ryan Jevne and Ryan Chyzowski also found the back of the net for the Tigers (18-15-3). Martin Bodak had the lone goal for the ICE (8-23-6).
Jordan Hollett turned aside 26 shots for Medicine Hat. Jesse Makaj blocked 29 shots for Kootenay.
AMERICANS 3 WINTERHAWKS 2 (OT)
PORTLAND, Ore. - Parker AuCoin scored at 1:19 of overtime as Tri-City downed Portland.
Sasha Mutala and Blake Stevenson provided the rest of the offence for the Americans (18-12-2). Brendan De Jong and Ryan Hughes scored for the Winterhawks (19-11-5).
Beck Warm kicked out 33 shots for Tri-City. Shane Farkas turned aside 29 shots for Portland.
Portland's John Ludvig received a game misconduct for a check from behind at 15:01 of the second period.
BLAZERS 3 ROCKETS 2 (OT)
KAMLOOPS, B.C. - Zane Franklin scored twice, including at 4:18 of overtime, as Kamloops downed Kelowna.
Brodi Stuart also scored for the Blazers (13-16-3). Lane Zablocki and Kaedan Korczak answered for the Rockets (16-17-3).
Dylan Ferguson kicked out 36 shots for Kamloops. James Porter turned away 26 shots for Kelowna.
COUGARS 2 THUNDERBIRDS 1
SEATTLE - Taylor Gauthier kicked out 29 shots, while Vladislav Mikhalchuk had a goal and an assist as Prince George held on for a win over Seattle.
Josh Maser knocked in the game-winning goal for the Cougars (12-19-3) at 10:38 of the third period. Payton Mount had the lone goal for the Thunderbirds (11-17-4).
Liam Hughes turned away 30 shots for Seattle.
SILVERTIPS 3 CHIEFS 1
SPOKANE, Wash. - Connor Dewar scored twice as the Everett Silvertips defeated the Spokane Chiefs 3-1 to extend their point streak to 15 games in Western Hockey League action Friday.
Gage Goncalves also scored for the Silvertips (28-7-2), who are 13-0-2 on their current run.
Jack Finley scored the lone goal for the Chiefs (19-12-4).
Dustin Wolf kicked out 14 shots for Everett. Bailey Brkin turned aside 40 shots for Spokane.
The Chiefs were scoreless in four chances on the power play. The Silvertips went 1 for 3 with the man advantage.