By Lethbridge Herald on February 12, 2019.
The Lethbridge midget AAA Hurricanes fell just short of their league-
leading 25th victory of the Alberta Midget Hockey League season last
Finishing a two-game home stand, the Hurricanes were downed 5-3 by the
Calgary Northstars Sunday afternoon at Nicholas Sheran Arena.
The Canes still remain in first place in the AMHL at 24-7-1.
The Calgary Buffaloes remain two points back at 22-7-3.
The midget AAA squad started the weekend with a convincing win and a
shutout courtesy a 9-0 whitewashing of the Edmonton SSAC Boston Pizza
On Sunday, Zack Stringer, Levi Young and Dylan Nevil scored for
Lethbridge. Nevil and Young also had an assist for two points.
Cole Tisdale was in goal for the loss.
Brayden Peters stopped 31 shots for his league-leading fifth shutout,
while nine different players supplied the goals in Saturday’s win.
Tayler Miller, Ethan Klemen, Levi Young, Michael Horon, Tristan
Kimmen, Griffen Fraser, Zack Stringer, Derrien Tonin and Carson Haynes
scored for Lethbridge.
Fraser chipped in with three assists for a four-point afternoon and
Kimmen and Miller added two assists for three points.
Cale Lyons had two assists. Stringer, Young, Horon and Haynes had one
assist for two points
Dawson Leroux added three helpers.
The Canes get set for a battle of the top two teams in the AMHL when
they travel to Calgary Wednesday to take on the Buffaloes.
The team wraps up the regular season Saturday when they host the
Airdrie CFR Bisons at 3 p.m. at Nicholas Sheran Arena.