Monday, November 18, 2019

Western Hockey League roundup for Sunday, November 17th, 2019

Saskatoon Blades 4, Moose Jaw Warriors 0

Two goals in each of the last two periods and 20 saves from Koen MacInnes propelled Saskatoon to the win, before 2,763 at SaskTel Centre. Blades goals were scored by Zach Huber, who scored twice, Tristen Robins and Riley McKay. Adam Evanoff made 45 saves for Moose Jaw.

Brandon Wheat Kings 5, Edmonton Oil Kings 4 (SO)

Brandon let a 4-0 lead slip away, then rebounded to win on shootout goals by Ridly Greig and Luka Burzan. Cole Reinhardt scored twice in regulation for Brandon, Lynden McCallum and Ben McCartney also scored, Ethan Kruger made 30 saves. For Edmonton, David Kope, Vladimir Alistrov, Dylan Guenther and Loeden Schaufler scored in regulation, Guenther added a shootout goal and Todd Scott made 30 saves. Attendance was 6,375 at Rogers Place.

Prince Albert Raiders 5, Calgary Hitmen 4 (OT)

Ozzy Wiesblatt scored late in regulation to tie the game, then scored the winner at 1:12 of overtime for the Raiders, with 2,372 looking on at Art Hauser Centre. Brayden Watts also scored twice for Prince Albert and Kaiden Guhle once. Boston Bilous made 15 saves. For Calgary, Blake Allen, Riley Stotts, Adam Kydd and Josh Prokop scored, Brayden Peters made 22 saves.

Lethbridge Hurricanes 6, Vancouver Giants 0

Lethbridge won handily, before 3,744 at Langley Events Centre. Goal scorers for the Canes were Zack Stringer, Jett Jones, Dino Kambeitz, Oliver Okuliar, Logan Barlage and Noah Boyko. Carl Tetachuk picked up the shutout with 17 saves. For the Giants, Trent Miner made 34 saves.

Everett Silvertips 2, Spokane Chiefs 0

Wyatte Wylie scored a short handed goal in the 2nd period and Gianni Fairbrother added a 3rd period short handed empty netter with 37 seconds to pace the Everett offense and Dustin Wolf made 22 saves for his third shutout of the season, before 4,123 at Angel of The Winds Arena. Campbell Arnold was solid in goal for Spokane, stopping 25 of 26 shots faced.

Portland Winterhawks 4, Winnipeg ICE 1

3,102 were on hand at Veterans Memorial Coliseum to watch Portland beat the ICE Sunday. Jake Gricius scored twice for the Winterhawks, Kishaun Gervais and Reece Newkirk once each for the Hawks, Joel Hofer made 33 saves. For Winnipeg, Michal Teply scored, Jesse Makaj made 24 saves.

Sunday, November 17, 2019

Western Hockey League schedule for Sunday, November 17th, 2019

Here's the Sunday schedule around the Western Hockey League for November 17th, 2019 (All times Pacific):

Moose Jaw Warriors (9-8-1-0) at Saskatoon Blades (11-8-1-1) 12:30pm
Brandon Wheat Kings (9-13-0-0) at Edmonton Oil Kings (13-4-3-1) 3:00pm
Calgary Hitmen (10-6-1-1) at Prince Albert Raiders (13-4-3-1) 4:00pm
Lethbridge Hurricanes (13-6-0-3) at Vancouver Giants (11-8-1-1) 4:00pm
Spokane Chiefs (10-7-2-0) at Everett Silvertips (13-4-1-0) 4:05pm
Winnipeg ICE (11-8-1-0) at Portland Winterhawks (11-5-1-2) 5:00pm

Western Hockey League roundup for Saturday, November 16th, 2019

Regina Pats 4, Prince Albert Raiders 3 (SO)

The Pats let a 3-1 lead slip away, then recovered to win their third game of the season in a shootout, in front of 4,780 at Brandt Centre. After Kaiden Guhle staked the Raiders to a lead halfway through the first, the Pats responded with goals by Ty Kolle, Carter Chorney and Logan Nijhoff to take a 3-1 lead early in the 2nd. Prince Albert came back with a late 2nd period goal by Reece Vitelli and a goal at 6:39 of the 3rd from Aliaksel Protas, to tie the game and force overtime. After a scoreless extra session, the game progressed to the deciding shootout. The only goal was scored in round 1 by Ty Kolle, giving the Pats the win. Max Paddock had a big night in goal for Regina, making 33 saves. For the Raiders, Boston Bilous had 24 saves.

Calgary Hitmen 4, Saskatoon Blades 1

Calgary scored twice in each of the first two periods to win before 3,218 at SaskTel Centre. Mark Kastelic scored twice for Calgary, Luke Prokop and Hunter Campbell once, Jack McNaughton made 18 saves. Riley McKay scored for the Blades, Nolam Maier made 24 saves.

Seattle Thunderbirds 5, Portland Winterhawks 4 (SO)

Portland came from 3-1 down to force overtime, but Seattle would go on to the shootout win, with 5,554 looking on at Accesso Showare Center. Alex Morozoff, Connor Bruggen-Cate, Payton Mount and Keltie Jeri-Leon scored in regulation for Seattle, Mount and Simon Kubicek scored in the shootout for the Thunderbirds, who also got 47 saves from Roddy Ross. For Portland, goal scorers were Johnny Ludvig, James Stefan, Jaydon Dureau and Gabe Klassen, Isaiah DiLaura made 23 saves, including stopping a penalty shot by Henrik Rybinski with 24 seconds left in overtime.

Swift Current Broncos 7, Moose Jaw Warriors 3

A 4-goal 2nd period propelled Swift Current to the win,before 1,983 at Innovation Credit Union I-Plex. Jaxan Kaluski lead the Broncos with 2 goals and 2 assists, Sergei Alkhimov, Matthew Culling, Brecon Wood and Ethan Regnier had a goal and assist each, Aiden Bulych scored a goal, Isaac Poulter had 21 saves. For Moose Jaw, Ryder Korczak tallied a goal and 2 assists, Brayden Tracey had a goal and an assist, Owen Hardy a goal, with Jackson Berry and Adam Evanoff combining for 38 saves.

Red Deer Rebels 4, Brandon Wheat Kings 3

Red Deer's 3 goal 1st period was the difference, with 3,794 watching at Westerner Park Centrium. Arshdeep Bains, Dawson Barteaux, Ethan Rowland and Josh Trazwell scored for the Rebels, Byron Fancy had 37 stops. For Brandon, Cole Reonhardt scored twice, Ben McCartney once, Jiri Patera made 21 saves.

Medicine Hat Tigers 5, Edmonton Oil Kings 1

A 3-goal 2nd period fueled the Tigers win, before 2,940 at Canalta Centre. For Medicine Hat, James Hamblin had 2 goals and 1 assist, Corson Hopwo scored twice, Cole Sillinger once and Mads Sogaard made31 saves. For Edmonton, Carter Souch scored, Todd Scott made 22 saves.

Winnipeg ICE 5, Everett Silvertips 4 (OT)

Winnipeg's Chase Hartje scored at 39 seconds of overtime to boost the ICE to the win, in front of 7,017 at Angel of The Winds Arena. Other Winnipeg goals were scored by Cole Muir, Logan Danis, Jackson Leppard and Nino Kinderm who forced the OT by scoring with 41 seconds left in regulation. Jesse Makaj made 23 saves. For Everett, Jackson Berezowski, Max Patterson, Brendan Lee and Michal Gut scored, Keegan Karki made 30 saves.

Vancouver Giants 4, Prince George Cougars 0

David Tendeck made 38 saves and Milos Roman scored twice to lead the Giants, in front of 3,687 at Langley Events Centre.Cole Shepard and Tristen Nielsen scored the other Vancouver goals. For Prince George, blanked for the second time in as many nights, Tyler Brennan made 19 saves.

Kelowna Rockets 4, Kamloops Blazers 3

Alex Swetlikoff scored at 13:46 of the 3rd to propel Kelowna to the win, before 5,613 at Prospera Place. Other goal scorers for the Rockets were Jake Poole, Dillon Hamaliuk and Kyle Crosbie. Roman Basran had 27 saves. For Kamloops, Logan Stankoven, Ryan Hughes and Orrin Centazzo scored, Dylan Garand made 35 saves.

Spokane Chiefs 4, Tri-City Americans 3

Spokane won for the second straight night on the road, thanks to a pair of goals by Adam Beckman, with singles added by Bear Hughes and Cordel Larson, with Lukas Parik making 29 saves. For Tri-City, Krystof Hrabik, Nick Bowman and Blake Stevenson scored, Beck Warm had 35 saves. Attendance at Toyota Center was 4,938.

Friday, November 15, 2019

Western Hockey League schedule for Saturday, November 16th, 2019

Here's the Saturday schedule around the Western Hockey League for November 16th, 2019 (All times Pacific):

Prince Albert Raiders (13-4-3-0) at Regina Pats (2-12-2-0) 5:00pm
Calgary Hitmen (9-6-1-1) at Saskatoon Blades (11-7-1-1) 5:00pm
Moose Jaw Warriors (9-7-1-0) at Swift Current Broncos (3-11-1-2) 5:00pm
Brandon Wheat Kings (9-12-0-0) at Red Deer Rebels (6-11-0-30 6:00pm
Portland Winterhawks (11-5-1-1) at Seattle Thunderbirds (5-9-2-1) 6:05pm
Edmonton Oil Kings (13-3-3-1) at Medicine Hat Tigers (13-6-1-0)  6:30pm
Prince George Cougars (4-14-0-2) at Vancouver Giants (10-8-1-1) 7:00pm
Kamloops Blazers (14-6-0-0) at Kelowna Rockets (9-8-1-1) 7:05pm
Spokane Chiefs (9-7-2-0) at Tri-City Americans (11-6-0-1) 7:05pm
Winnipeg ICE (10-8-1-0) at Everett Silvertips (13-4-0-0) 7:05pm

Western Hockey League roundup for Friday, November 15th, 2019

Medicine Hat Tigers 4, Red Deer Rebels 3 (SO)

4,010 at the Westerner Park Centrium were treated to extra hockey Friday night, with the Tigers grabbing the extra standings point by winning a four round shootout. Brett Kemp opened the scoring for Medicine Hat early in the 2nd period, but then the Rebels offense fired up and grabbed the lead with goals by Ben King, Jaxsen Wiebe and Josh Tarzwell. Corson Hopwell scored for Medicine Hat late in the 2nd, then Nick McCarry's goal for the Tigers with 6:32 left in regulation tied the contest.After a scoreless overtime, King scored for Red Deer in the first round of the shootout to put the Rebels on top. Medicine Hat responded with goals in round 3 by Cole Sillinger and in round 4 by Jonathan Brinkman to take the win. Goaltending was solid on both sides, with Garin Bjorklund making 29 saves for Medicine Hat and Ethan Anders making 27 saves for Red Deer.

Kamloops Blazers 1, Prince George Cougars 0

Matthew Seminoff's goal 38 seconds into the 3rd period and Rayce Ramsay's 23 saves led Kamloops to the win, before 5,416 at the Sandman Centre. Taylor Gauthier made 43 saves for the Cougars. A hooking penalty to Prince George's Ryan Schoettler at 2:03 of the 1st was the only penalty called in the entire game.

Spokane Chiefs 4, Portland Winterhawks 3 (OT)

Jack Finley's goal at 18:43 of the 3rd forced overtime, then his second goal at 4:05 of overtime won it for the Chiefs won it, in front of 6,213 at Moda Center. Erik Atchison and Eli Zummack also scored for Spokane, Lukas Parik made 36 saves. For Portland, Jonas Brondberg, Kishaun Gervais and Lane Gilliss scored goals and Joel Hofer made 22 saves.

Victoria Royals 3, Lethbridge Hurricanes 2

1st period goals by Ty Yoder and power play markers by Kaid Oliver and Gary Haden put Victoria on top Friday night, with 5,598 looking on at Save-On-Foods Memorial Arena. Lethbridge rallied in the 3rd, with goals by Dylan Cozens on the power play at 57 seconds and Cozens again at 19:15, but were unable to come up with the equalizer. Shane Farkas made 38 saves for the Royals, Bryan Thompson made 23 saves for the Hurricanes.

Monday, November 11, 2019

Western Hockey League schedule for Friday, November 15th, 2019

Here's the Friday schedule around the Western Hockey League for November 15th, 2019 (All times Pacific):

Medicine Hat Tigers (12-6-1-0) at Red Deer Rebels (5-11-0-2) 6:00pm
Prince George Cougars (4-13-0-2) at Kamloops Blazers (13-6-0-0) 7:00pm
Spokane Chiefs (8-7-2-0) at Portland Winterhawks (11-5-0-1) 7:00pm
Lethbridge Hurricanes (13-5-0-3)  at Victoria Royals (9-7-1-0) 7:05pm

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