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Warriors down Hurricanes

By Lethbridge Herald on January 17, 2024.

Herald Photo by Justin Seward Lethbridge HurricanesÕ Brayden Edwards attempts to retrieve the puck back while being checked by the Moose Jaw WarriorsÕ Lucas Brenton during Western Hockey League action at the Enmax Centre in this October File Photo. The Canes lost 6-3 in Moose Jaw on Wednesday night.

By Justin Seward

Lethbridge Herald

The Lethbridge Hurricanes played their second of a four game road trip against Moose Jaw Warriors on Wednesday night and lost 6-3.

Miguel Marques gave the Hurricanes a 1-0 lead at the 10:06 mark of the first period on the powerplay  with his 18th goal of the season.

Logan Wormald and Noah Chadwick assisted on the marker.

Newcomer Sean Tschigerl gave the Hurricanes a 2-0 lead with his 20th goal of the season from Dylan Sydor just 4:52 into the second period.

Moose Jaw’s Matthew Savoie cut the Canes lead in half at the 12:31 mark of the middle frame to make the score 2-1.

Jagger Firkus and Brayden Yager got the assists.

Denton Mateychuk tied the game at two with his ninth of the season at  14:03 of the second period from Martin Rysavy and Brayden Schuurman.

Kalem Parker made the score 3-2 for the Warriors just  55 seconds into the third period.

Moose Jaw doubled their lead 7:59 into the third period when Schuurman scored his 12th goal of the season from Rilen Kovacevic.

The Warriors fifth goal came off the stick of Atley Calvert  on the powerplay at 9:21 of the third period from Firkus and Mateychuk.

Yager then scored at 11:58 of the final frame to give the home team a 6-2 lead.

Sydor replied for the Canes late in the third period to get the score to 6-3.

Final shots were 43-25 in favour of Moose Jaw.

The Warriors went 2-for-4 while Lethbridge went 1-for-3 on the powerplay.

The Canes (20-18-3-0) will continue the road trip when they visit the Regina Pats on Friday night at 6 p.m. MST.

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You should give us more than just the facts that we can get off the WHL site. Tell us about the flow of the game. Who really stood out? What may have been different if such and such happened? You know, what a journalist would do.