Saturday, December 29, 2018

Western Hockey League schedule for Saturday, December 29th, 2018













Here's Saturday's schedule around the Western Hockey League for December 29th, 2018 (All times Pacific):

Edmonton Oil Kings (19-12-4-2) at Red Deer Rebels (20-11-2-0) 6:00 pm
Lethbridge Hurricanes (18-10-4-2) at Kootenay ICE (8-23-5-1) 6:00 pm
Portland Winterhawks (19-11-3-2) at Seattle Thunderbirds (11-17-4-0) 6:05 pm
Victoria Royals (17-13-1-0) at Medicine Hat Tigers (18-15-1-2) 6:30 pm
Kamloops Blazers (13-16-2-1) at Kelowna Rockets (16-17-3-0) 7:05 pm
Tri-City Americans (18-12-1-1) at Spokane Chiefs (19-12-2-2) 7:05 pm
Prince George Cougars (12-19-1-2) at Everett Silvertips (28-7-1-1) 7:05 pm

Another overtime with Portland, another win forAms















Portland, OR.-- For the fourth time in as many meetings this season, it took extra time for the Tri-City Americans and Portland Winterhawks to decide things, with an overtime goal by Parker AuCoin sealing the deal in a 3-2 Americans win, before 8,061 at the Moda Center in Portland Friday night.

Coming off the Christmas break, the two teams went toe-to-toe from the opening draw. Portland's Brendan De Jong would energize the crowd with a goal at 8:04, assisted by Lane Gilliss and Cross Hanas on the power play, putting the Hawks up 1-0. Tri-City would respond with a power play goal of their own late in the period, as a redirect by Sasha Mutala found the back of the net for his 8th goal of the season. Kyle Olson and Aaron Hyman drew the assists at 17:27, tying the game 1-1.

Each team would hit the scoreboard in the second period. Blake Stevenson's 6th of the year, assisted by Samuel Stewart and Riley Sawchuk at 6:08, put Tri-City up 2-1. The score would stay that way for over 10 minutes, before Ryan Hughes, off an assist by Clay Hanus at 16:38 would bring Portland even at 2-2.

After a scoreless third period, the teams would step into their fourth overtime in as many games this season. Playing solid defence, the Americans would force the Winterhawks into their own end. Just over a minute into the extra session, the puck would end up behind the Portland net. Mutala got to the puck about the same time as the Hawks' Joachim Blichfeld, appearing to trip him up in an attempt to gain control. The officials kept the whistles silent, Mutala would shovel the puck back to AuCoin, who would then cut across the net from right to left, sliding a backhander along the ice and in the far side for his 18th goal of the season, with the second assist going to Olson at 1:19, giving Tri-City the 3-2 win. It is the fourth extra time with for the Americans over Portland this season (One came in a shootout) and runs the Tri-City overtime record this season to 9-1-1, their current win streak to 4 (all in overtime) and their record in one-goal games to 10-3-1-1.

Goaltending was sharp in both ends. In his 30th appearance this season, Beck Warm made 33 saves to help the Americans to their 18th win of the season. Shane Farkas did a stellar job keeping the Hawks in the game, making 29 saves. Both teams were even on the power play, going 1-for-3.

With the win, Tri-City improves to 18-12-1-1, while the loss drops Portland to 19-11-3-2. The Hawks remain second in the U.S. Division, 15 points behind front-running Everett. The Americans, who trail third place Spokane by 4 points, still hold the top spot in the Western Conference standings, 9 points ahead of Kamloops and 11 points ahead of Prince George.

Coming Up: Tri-City gets another chance to climb closer to the top three, with a road match-up tonight with the Spokane Chiefs. Game time at Spokane Veterans Memorial Arena is 7:05 pm. The live broadcast, with Craig West, gets underway at 6:45 pm and can be heard throughout Southeast Washington on Newstalk 870 KFLD and online at newstalk870.am. The games can also be viewed online for free, by going to WHL.ca, clicking WHL Live, schedule, then clicking Buy next to the listing of the game. Use code WHLGIFT18.

Western Hockey League roundup for Friday, December 28th, 2018













Prince Albert Raiders 4, Saskatoon Blades 2

3,130 at the Art Hauser Centre watched the hometown Raiders score twice in the third to win their 33rd game in 36 starts. Noah Gregor scored twice for Prince Albert, Aliasei Protas scored the eventual game-winner halfway through the third and Cole Fonstad added an empty netter with 10 seconds left. Donovan Buskey made 34 saves. For the Blades, Gary Haden scored on the power play, Kristian Roykas Marthinsen added a goal, Dorrin Luding made 32 saves.

Regina Pats 3, Brandon Wheat Kings 2

For the second night in a row, Regina built a 3-1 lead in the third, then held on for the 3-2 win. Garrett Wright, Austin Pratt and Logan Nijhoff scored for the Pats, Max Paddock made 18 saves. For the Wheat Kings, goal scorers were Luka Burzan and Cole Reinhardt, Ethan Kruger made 35 saves. Attendance was 5,501 at the Brandt Centre.

Moose Jaw Warriors 4, Swift Current Broncos 3 (OT)

After a 3-3 game went through a scoreless third, Teristan Langan, who scored late in the second, scored at 2:36 of overtime on the power play to win it for the Warriors, before 2,768 at Innovation Credit Union i-plex. Daemon Hunt and Justin Almeida added goals for Moose Jaw, Almeida also had 2 assists and Adam Evanoff made 24 saves. For the Broncos, Ethan Regnier had a goal and assist, Matthew Culling and Alec Zawatsky added single and Joel Hofer had 35 saves.

Edmonton Oil Kings 7, Calgary Hitmen 3

A 6 goal second period sent Edmonton past Calgary, before 7,045 at Rogers Place. Andrei Pavlenko, Zach Russell and Andrew Fyten had a goal and assist each, Wyatt McLeod, Ethan Cap, Vladimir Alistrov and Aidan Lawson each had a goal and Dylan Myskiw made 29 for the Oil Kings. For the Hitmen, Mark Kastelic scored twice, Carson Focht once and Jack McNaughton made 31 saves.

Victoria Royals 6, Lethbridge Hurricanes 2

Dante Hannoun scored 4 goals and added an assist to lead Victoria to the win, before 4,286 at Enmax Centre. Tarun Fizer had a goal and 2 assists, Igor Martynov a goal and assist and Brock Gould 30 saves for the Royals. For Lethbridge, Jordy Bellerive had a goal and assist, Calen Addison a goal, Carl Tetachuk and Reece Klassen combined for 23 saves.

Medicine Hat Tigers 4, Kootenay ICE 1

With 3,195 looking on at Canalta Centre, Medicine Hat scored twice in the third period to win a close one. Ryan Jevne, James Hamblin on the power play, Hamblin again and Ryan Chyzowski into an empty net scored for the Tigers, Jordan Hollett made 26 saves. Martin Bodak scored for Kootenay, Jesse Makaj made 29 saves.

Vancouver Giants 6, Red Deer Rebels 0

After a scoreless first, Vancouver scored twice in the second and four times in the third, to roll to the road win before 4,626 at Enmax Centrium. For the Giants, Jared Legien  and Tristen Nielsen had a goal and 2 assists each, Alex Kannok Leipert and Justin Sourdif a goal and assist each, Davis Koch and Jared Dmytriw a goal each and David Tendeck made 28 saves. For Red Deer, Ethan Anders and Byron Fancy combined to make 29 saves.

Kamloops Blazers 3, Kelowna Rockets 2 (OT)

Zane Franklin scored the tying goal on the power play with 1:06 remaining in regulation, then tallied the winner at 4:18 of overtime to lead Kamloops to the win before 4,251 at Sandman Centre. Brodi Stuart added a short handed goal for the Blazers, while Dylan Ferguson made 36 saves. For Kelowna, Lane Zablocki acored late in the second and Kaeden Korczak added a power play goal in the third, James Porter made 26 saves.

Tri-City Americans 3, Portland Winterhawks 2 (OT)

Tri-City won their 9th overtime game of the season, thanks to a goal by Parker AuCoin at 1:19 of the extra session. Sasha Mutala on the power play and Blake Stevenson also scored for the Americans, who got 33 saves from Beck Warm. Portland goal scorers were Brendan DeJong on the power play and Ryan J|Hughes. Shane Farkas had 29 saves. Attendance at the Moda Center was 8,061.

Prince George Cougars 2, Seattle Thunderbirds 1

After a scoreless first period, a second period goal by Prince George's Vladislav Mikhalchuk and a third period goal by Josh Maser, sent the Cougars to the win. Payton Mount's third period goal brought Seattle within one, but they could get no closer. Taylor Gauthier made 29 saves for Prince George, Liam Hughes 30 for the Thunderbirds. Attendance at the accesso ShoWare Center in Kent was 4,100. 

Everett Silvertips 3, Spokane Chiefs 1

A Jack Finley goal gave Spokane a 1-0 lead after one, but second period goals by Gage Concalves and Connor Dewar, plus a third period empty net goal by Dewar, powered Everett to the win before 5,350 at Spokane Veterans Memorial Arena. Dustin Wolf made 14 saves for the Silvertips, Bailey Brkin 40 for the Chiefs. 

Thursday, December 27, 2018

Western Hockey League schedule for Friday, December 28th, 2018













Here's Friday's schedule around the Western Hockey League for December 28th, 2018 (All times Pacific):

Saskatoon Blades (21-10-5-0) at Prince Albert Raiders (32-2-0-1) 5:00 pm
Brandon Wheat Kings (15-11-3-3) at Regina Pats (10-24-0-1) 5:00 pm
Moose Jaw Warriors (17-8-5-1) at Swift Current Broncos (7-25-1-1) 5:00 pm
Calgary Hitmen (15-15-3-1) at Edmonton Oil Kings (18-12-4-2) 6:00 pm
Victoria Royals (16-13-1-0) at Lethbridge Hurricanes (18-9-4-2) 6:00 pm
Vancouver Giants (22-8-2-0) at Red Deer Rebels (20-10-2-0) 6:00 pm
Kootenay Ice (8-22-5-1) at Medicine Hat Tigers (17-15-1-2) 6:30 pm
Kelowna Rockets (16-17-2-0) at Kamloops Blazers (12-16-2-1) 7:00 pm
Tri-City Americans (17-12-1-1) at Portland Winterhawks (19-11-2-2) 7:00 pm
Everett Silvertips (27-7-1-1) at Spokane Chiefs ( 19-11-2-2) 7:05 pm
Prince George Cougars (11-19-1-2) at Seattle Thunderbirds (11-16-4-0) 7:35 pm


Western Hockey League roundup for Thursday, December 27th, 2018













Regina Pats 3, Brandon Wheat Kings 2

Pats built a 3-1 lead early in the third, then held on for the win, before 3,582 at Westoba Place. For Regina, Sergei Alkimov scored twice, Robbie Holmes once and Max Paddock made 21 saves. For the Wheat Kings, Ridly Greig and Cole Reinhardt scored once each and Ethan Kruger made 19 saves.

Swift Current Broncos 4, Moose Jaw Warriors 3 (OT)

Alex Moar's 1st goal of the season at 1:58 of overtime, won it for the Broncos. Carter Chorney, Matthew Culling and Matthew Stanley also scored for Swift Current, with Joel Hofer making 39 saves. For Moose Jaw, goal scorers were Jet Woo, Brayden Tracey and Keenan Taphorn, Brodan Salmond made 17 saves. Attendance at Mosaic Place was 3,756.

Prince Albert Raiders 4, Saskatoon Blades 3 (OT)

Brayden Pachal scored twice, including the winner 33 seconds into overtime, to win it for Prince Albert. Noah Gregor also scored twice for the Raiders, Donovan Buskey made 23 saves. For Saskatoon, Kyle Crnkovic, Eric Florchuk and Max Gerlach scored goals, Nolan Maier made 27 saves. Attendance at SaskTel Centre was 4,631.

Wednesday, December 26, 2018

Western Hockey League schedule for Thursday, December 27th, 2018













Here's Thursday's schedule around the Western Hockey League for December 27th, 2018 (All times Pacific):

Regina Pats (9-24-0-1) at Brandon Wheat Kings (15-10-3-3) 5:00 pm
Swift Current Broncos (6-24-1-1) at Moose Jaw Warriors (17-8-4-1) 5:00 pm
Prince Albert Raiders (31-2-0-1) at Saskatoon Blades (21-10-4-0) 5:00 pm

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