Outlaws inch closer to playoffs with split at
Eugene- The Tri-Cities
Outlaws are doing whatever it takes to end the season with more points than the
combined efforts of the Glacier Nationals. Tri-Cities gained a bit of ground on
Glacier with their 3-2 win over Eugene on Friday night. The Generals outshot
the Outlaws 60-19 but Tri-Cities netminder Casey Kaiser (5-5, 4.36 GAA, .889
SV%) stopped 58 of 60 shots to get the win. Eugene continued the offensive
assault on Saturday, peppering Kaiser with another 63 shots, to get the 6-3
win. For the weekend, the 17 year-old stopped 115 of 123 shots for the Outlaws.
Warriors Roll- Anytime the West Sound Warriors and Bellingham Blazers get together the
sparks are going to fly and that was exactly the case Friday night in
Bremerton. The teams combined for 98 shots in the Warriors 8-3 win. The
Warriors' Josh Twietmeyer (34g, 42a) got back into the grove with a pair of
goals and an assist. NORPAC points leader Kai Wilkins (116 pts, 45g, 71a) came
up big and added 4 assists. West Sound goaltender Forrest Savel (16-3, 3.11
GAA, .911 SV%) was outstanding while stopping 45 of the 48 Blazers' shots.
Blazers win at Vancouver- The Vipers were unable to capitalize on their opportunities
and lost to Bellingham 3-0 in Vancouver. Bellingham's Cody Foster (9-9-0, 4.04
GAA, .902 SV%) turned away all 21 Blazer shots to get the shutout victory. The
loss extended Vancouver's winless streak to 27 games.