A fast skating Medicine Hat team scored the first goal of the game from Emerson Etem to kick off the night. Nathan MacMaster was able to tie it up in the first and send the the teams into the dressing room with a score of 1-1.
Defensemen Thomas Carr got one past Heemskerk in the second and no further scoring would take place. Many chances for both squads would arise early in the third but no one could find the back of the mesh. In the dieing seconds of the third, with a powerr play advantage and Heemskerk on the bench; Quinton Howden slammed the tieing goal past Tyler Bunz to send the game into OT.
Over time would be quiet and a shoot out would be the result. Up first for the Warriors, Spencer Edwards would be stopped. Wacey Hamilton would be the first to have a go at Heemskerk and would be denied. Dylan Hood would go high on a back hand attempt followed by another Heemskerk stop on Jace Coyle. Warrior Quinton Howden would not find the net, leaving it up to Linden Vey. Vey would send Heemskerk sprawling and a light touch would seal the deal for the visitors.
Warriors fired 33 shots at Bunz and the Tigers managed 25 shots on the home team. Warriors went 2/5 on the power play and 2/3 on the penatly kill.