Game Summary: Warriors at Rebels
The Warriors collected three wins and six points on this Central Division road trip. By defeating the Red Deer Rebels 8-5 on Saturday night at the Enmax Centrium, the club evened their road record (12-12-3) and also extended the winning streak to four. Justin Kirsch would score the game winner, his fourth on the season just before the end of the second period.
|Photo by Cory Kerr|
In the first period the Warriors found themselves in a two-goal deficit when the period ended. The two clubs had put 12 shots at the net. Former Warriors Deven Dubyk made 12 saves, Warriors starter Spencer Tremblay stopped 10 of 12 and a few of the 'huge' variety. The Warriors outshot the Rebels 41-31 and are 24-7-3-1 when they outshoot their opponent.
Henry, Howden, Justin Kirsch all had three point nights. Kirsch had two goals on the night; his second in the third was his ninth powerplay marker of the season. Kirsch has scored 16 goals in 33 games after being acquired by the Warriors in October. Andrew Johnson and Cam Braes were also multiple point scorers with two points in the game. Braes was named a star of the game in all three games on the road trip (two 3rd's and a 1st last night).
The Warriors have two games at home coming up this week. The first up are the Saskatoon Blades on Wednesday night. Then the Medicine Hat Tigers come to Mosaic in the first of a home-and-home set. Saturday is the return match with the Tigers at the Medicine Hat Arena game time is 830 p.m. CST
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1. R.D J. Hamilton, (5) (T. Elson, M. Dumba), 14:44
1. R.D B. Maxwell, (4) (K. Pochuk, S. Hak), 16:46 (PP)
2. M.J Q. Howden, (24), 6:32 (SH)
2. R.D C. Thiel , (1) (T. Ness, C. Robinson), 7:05
2. M.J C. Braes, (32) (J. Kirsch, J. Henry), 10:13 (PP)
2. M.J J. Henry, (12) (Q. Howden), 11:44
2. M.J T. White, (9) (T. Brown, T. Eberle), 15:34
2. R.D C. Inglis, (16), 17:09
2. M.J K. McFaull, (5) (A. Johnson), 18:04
2. R.D T. Elson, (20) (B. Maxwell, J. Hamilton), 18:54
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3. M.J S. Fioretti, (16) (A. Johnson, E. Arnold), 18:41 (EN)
Three Stars of the game
1. M.J - 21 Quinton Howden
2. R.D - 19 Brooks Maxwell
3. M.J - 14 Cam Braes
PP 2-for-4 and the PK 1-for-2