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.

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