Thursday, December 6, 2018
DUB ROUND-UP: WARRIORS FINALLY FALL
MOOSE JAW, Sask. - Ryan Jevne scored his second goal of the game in overtime to lift Medicine Hat over the Warriors.
Daniel Baker had a goal and two helpers while Joel Craven, Tyler Preziuso and James Hamblin also scored for the Tigers (14-14-3), who got 40 saves from Jordan Hollett.
Jett Woo, Luke Ormsby, Tristin Langan, Josh Brook and Keenan Taphorn scored for Moose Jaw (15-6-5). Adam Evanoff turned aside 40 shots in a losing cause.
HURRICANES 3 ICE 2 (OT)
CRANBROOK, B.C. - Dylan Cozens scored at 1:17 of the extra period as Lethbridge handed Kootenay its 10th loss in a row.
Alex Cotton and Jake Leschyshyn also scored while Reece Klassen made 28 saves for the Hurricanes (15-8-5), who are 6-0-1 in their last seven outings.
Cole Muir and Jakin Smallwood replied for the Ice (7-20-5). Jesse Makaj stopped 36 shots in a losing cause.
BLAZERS 3 ROYALS 2
KAMLOOPS, B.C. - Josh Pillar completed the comeback at 10:34 of the third as the Blazers erased a two-goal deficit to beat Victoria.
Kyrell Sopotyk and Jermaine Loewen also scored for Kamloops (12-11-2). Dylan Garand made 19 saves for the victory. Blazers winger Jeff Faith was given a major for checking from behind midway through the third.
D-Jay Jerome and Phillip Schultz had goals for the Royals (13-11-0). Brock Gould stopped 26 shots in defeat.
ROCKETS 4 AMERICANS 3 (SO)
KELOWNA, B.C. - Nolan Foote scored once in regulation and again in the shootout as the Rockets hung on to hand Tri-City its fourth straight defeat.
Erik Gardiner and Liam Kindree also scored for Kelowna (13-15-2) as James Porter made 28 saves for the victory.
Parker AuCoin struck twice and Aaron Hyman had the other as the Americans (14-11-2) erased a 3-0 deficit. Talyn Boyko stopped 24 shots in defeat.
SILVERTIPS 4 CHIEFS 2
EVERETT, Wash. - Dustin Wolf kicked out 25 shots as the Silvertips doubled up Spokane to run their point streak to 8-0-1.
Jake Christiansen, Jackson Berezowski, Bryce Kindopp and Sean Richards supplied the Everett (23-7-1) offence.
Ethan McIndoe and Riley Woods scored for the Chiefs (14-10-4). Bailey Brkin turned aside 33 shots in a losing cause.