Warriors, Outlaws Split- Riley Ollero (14g,19a) scored an unassisted goal
about midway through the third period of Saturday's game to give the Tri-Cities
Outlaws their first win over West Sound, 6-5.
The Outlaws won despite a five-point effort from the league's leading
scorer, Kai Wilkins. West Sound got four points (3g,1a) from Addison Edwards
(13g, 8a) on Friday, including two goals in the third, to beat the Outlaws 7-5.
Blazers Burn Vancouver- As expected, Bellingham scored early and often
in Friday's 14-1 thumping of Vancouver. The Blazers' Mason Wade (13g, 31a) and
Cody Rich (34g, 25a) had 7-points each while Derek Davis (11g, 4a) added five
of his own in the blow-out win. What was
not expected is what took place on Saturday. Vipers' netmider Robert Schwartz (0-7-0,
7.00 GAA, .867 SV% ) stopped 41 of 45 shots while the Vipers nearly stunned
Bellingham before losing 4-3.
Glacier, Generals Split- The Glacier Nationals scored five goals in the first
period, and four more in the second, to cruise to an easy 11-1 win over Eugene.
The Nationals got a six-point (2g,4a) effort from Sebastian Adnell (11g,25a) in
the big win. Like any good soldier, the Generals regrouped and Saturday's battle
was a completely different story. Eugene scored four power-play goals in
regulation before Stephen Soloway (20g, 12a) bent the twine, 84-seconds into
over-time, to get the road win and salvaged the split.
Wilkins Hits 100 Points in Win over Vipers- Kai Wilkins scored his first of three goals just
15-seconds into the first period and the Warriors never looked back in the 9-3
win. Wilkins would finish the game with his second consecutive five-point night
to give himself 101-points (42g, 59a) on the season with eight games remaining.
The loss was the 21st in a row for Vancouver.