GAME DAY: Hurricanes Host Ice in First of Back-to-Back

Lethbridge, AB – The Lethbridge Hurricanes continue a three-in-three weekend tonight as they welcome the Kootenay Ice at 7:00pm at the ENMAX Centre in the first of a back-to-back, home-and-home.

The Hurricanes (27-24-6-0) are coming off a 5-4 victory last night over the Saskatoon Blades. Matthew Stanley scored twice while Jordy Bellerive, Dylan Cozens and Calen Addison added the other goals in the victory. Logan Flodell made 35 saves in the win. The ‘Canes are 16-9-4-0 on home-ice this season.

The Ice (25-31-3-0) earned a 5-2 win last night at home against the Tri-City Americans. Five different goal scorers lit the lamp in the win as Gilian Kohler, Kaeden Taphorn, Cameron Hausinger, Peyton Krebs and Brett Davis all found the back of the net. The win was just the second win in Kootenay’s last eight games.

Tonight will be the sixth of seven meetings on the season between the Hurricanes and Ice; the ‘Canes are 4-1-0-0 against Kootenay this season.

Tonight is Country 95 ‘Country Night’ at the ENMAX Centre; fans are encouraged to dress in their best Western attire! Tickets are available online, by calling 403-329-SEAT (7328) or by visiting the ENMAX Centre Ticket Centre.

Goals (39) – Jordy Bellerive                                              Assists (45) – Calen Addison
Points (79) – Jordy Bellerive
PIMS (72) – Matthew Stanley                                            Plus/Minus (+17) – Ty Prefontaine
Wins (33) – Logan Flodell                                                 Shutouts (3) – Logan Flodell
Save % (.911) – Logan Flodell                                         Goals Against Average (3.06) – Logan Flodell

– Jordy Bellerive has points in 4 straight games (2g-4a); 10 of 11 games (9g-5a); 45 of 55 (37g-38a)
– Brad Morrison has points in 4 straight games (4g-2a); 6 of 7 games (4g-6a); 16 of 19 games (11g-18a)
– Matthew Stanley has points in 3 straight games (2g-3a)
– Taylor Ross has points in 2 straight games (1g-3a); 9 of 13 games (5g-9a); 16 of 26 games (12g-15a)
– Dylan Cozens has points in 2 straight games (1g-3a); 8 of 9 games (6g-11a); 27 of 40 games (16g-26a)
– Calen Addison has points in 2 of 3 games (1g-3a); 5 of 6 games (1g-5a); 24 of 40 games (5g-35a)
– Jadon Joseph has points in 2 of 3 games (3a); 5 of 9 games (2g-6a); 10 of 20 games (4g-10a)
– Zane Franklin has points in 4 of 9 games (6a); 6 of 14 games (2g-8a); 14 of 32 games (6g-14a)
– Egor Zudilov has points in 3 of 5 games (3a)
– Logan Barlage has points in 2 of 3 games (2g)

– Jordy Bellerive is tied 9th in WHL Scoring with 79 points & is tied 8th in WHL Goals with 39
– Jordy Bellerive is tied 3rd in WHL Power Play Goals with 15 & tied 18th in WHL Power Play Assists with 20
– Calen Addison is tied 11th in WHL Defenseman Scoring with 53 points & tied 3rd in WHL PP Assists with 29
– Calen Addison is 19th in WHL Assists with 45
– Dylan Cozens is tied 2nd in WHL Rookie Scoring with 43 points & 1st in WHL Rookie Goals with 17
– Logan Flodell is 3rd in WHL Games Played with 49 & 1st in WHL Minutes by a Goaltender with 2842
– Logan Flodell is 2nd in WHL Shots Faced with 1629 & 2nd in WHL Saves with 1484
– Logan Flodell is tied 1st in WHL Wins with 32 & 4th in Shutouts with 3

– Calen Addison is 14 points away from 100 career points
– Tate Olson is 2 games away from 300 career games
– Jordy Bellerive is 6 assists away from 100 career assists
– Jordy Bellerive is 9 games away from 100 games
– Owen Blocker is 11 games away from 100 career games
– Logan Flodell is 1 game away from 150 career games

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