GAME DAY: Hurricanes Begin Homestand Against Oil Kings

Lethbridge, AB – The Lethbridge Hurricanes begin a four-game homestand to go into the Christmas Break tonight at 7:00pm as they welcome the Edmonton Oil Kings at 7:00pm to the ENMAX Centre.

The Hurricanes (18-11-0-1) enter on a season-long four-game winning streak after earning a 4-3 shootout win on Saturday in Swift Current. Tyson Laventure had a three-point effort scoring twice while adding an assist; Jett Jones scored the other goal while Tyson Zimmer scored the shootout winner. Lethbridge enters tonight 13-3-0-1 in their last 17 games and are 7-1-0-1 in their last nine home games. The ‘Canes are 9-4-0-1 at the ENMAX Centre this season.

The Oil Kings (4-25-1-0) enter on an eight-game losing streak after suffering a 5-2 loss to the Red Deer Rebels on Saturday. Former Hurricane Noah Boyko and Braeden Wynne scored the other goal in the loss while Kolby Hay made 30-saves. Edmonton enters 2-14-0-0 on the road this season.

Tonight will be the second of six meetings on the season between the Hurricanes and Oil Kings; Edmonton earned a 4-2 win over Lethbridge in their only previous meeting at the ENMAX Centre.

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VS. OIL KINGS: Tonight will be the second of six meetings on the season between the Hurricanes and Oil Kings. The ‘Canes have posted an 0-1-0-0 record against Oil Kings this season after going 2-5-0-1 in eight games against Edmonton while falling in four-straight games in the first round of the WHL Playoffs. Over the last two years, Lethbridge has posted a record of 3-10-1-1 against Edmonton. The Hurricanes have gone 41-45-4-3 all-time against the Oil Kings, including a 22-20-2-3 record all-time at the ENMAX Centre.

2022-2023 REGULAR SEASON SERIES                    
November 19th/2022 – at Lethbridge (4-3 EDM)
December 14th/2022 – at Lethbridge
January 1st/2023 – at Edmonton
January 7th/2023 – at Lethbridge
January 29th/2023 – at Edmonton
March 18th/2023 – at Edmonton

2021-2022 REGULAR SEASON SERIES                           
October 6th/2021 – at Lethbridge (2-1 EDM)
October 15th/2021 – at Edmonton (4-0 EDM)
November 2nd/2021 – at Edmonton (7-0 EDM)
November 26th/2021 – at Lethbridge (3-2 LET)
January 16th/2022 – at Lethbridge (5-4 SO EDM)
January 30th/2022 – at Edmonton (6-0 EDM)
March 25th/2022 – at Lethbridge (5-2 EDM)
March 27th/2022 – at Edmonton (5-1 LET)

Goals (14) – Jett Jones
Assists (18) – Tyson Laventure
Points (29) – Jett Jones
PIMS (38) – Joe Arntsen
Plus/Minus (+12) – Chase Pauls
Wins (14) – Harrison Meneghin
Shutouts (1) – Harrison Meneghin
Save % (.922) – Harrison Meneghin
Goals Against Average (2.37) – Harrison Meneghin

– Tyson Zimmer has points in 11 straight games (8g-9a); 13 of 18 games (10g-11a); 18 of 28 (10g-16a)
– Jett Jones has points in 8 straight games (6g-9a); 14 of 18 games (10g-13a); 19 of 29 games (14g-15a)
– Tyson Laventure has points in 8 straight games (7g-8a); 14 of 18 games (10g-13a)
– Logan Wormald has points in 4 straight games (3g-4a); 5 of 7 games (3g-5a); 16 of 26 games (9g-13a)
– Cole Shepard has points in 4 of 5 games (2g-3a); 5 of 7 games (2g-5a); 18 of 29 games (10g-13a)
– Logan McCutcheon has points in 5 of 7 games (1g-8a); 8 of 18 games (1g-11a)
– Miguel Marques has points in 2 of 3 games (1g-2a)
– Brayden Edwards has points in 2 of 4 games (1g-1a); 3 of 6 games (2g-1a); 5 of 12 games (2g-3a)
– Anton Astashevich has points in 3 of 6 games (3a)
– Noah Chadwick has points in 3 of 7 games (2g-2a)
– Nolan Bentham has points in 3 of 5 games (1g-2a); 4 of 9 games (3g-2a)

– Nolan Bentham is 15 games away from 150 career games
– Joe Arntsen is 7 assists away from 50 career assists
– Jett Jones is 15 games away from 200 career games
– Jett Jones is 3 goals away from 50 career goals
– Logan Wormald is 15 games away from 100 career games
– Tyson Laventure is 21 points away from 100 career points
– Tyson Laventure is 2 assists away from 50 career assists
– Bryan Thomson is 5 games away from 100 career games
– Bryan Thomson is 4 wins away from 50 career wins

Thru 30: The Hurricanes enter tonight with a record of 18-11-0-1 (37 points) on the season after 30 games. The ‘Canes are 9-4-0-1 at home while posting a record of 9-7-0-0 on the road. In 2021-2022, Lethbridge had gone 14-14-1-1 after 30 contests. Lethbridge went 8-2-0-1 in November and are 4-1-0-0 December so far.

Streakin’: The Hurricanes enter play tonight on a four-game winning streak, matching their longest win streak of the season. The ‘Canes have posted a 13-3-0-1 record in their last 17 games, which would be a 52-win pace over a full 68-game schedule. The ‘Canes are equally as hot on home ice having gone an impressive 7-1-0-1 in their last nine games on home ice while going 6-2-0-0 in their last seven away.

PP Clickin’: Entering tonight, the Hurricanes have scored at least one power play goal in six of seven games, going 11-for-32 (34.3%) in that stretch. The ‘Canes have scored a power play goal in 15 of their last 18 games in which they’ve had a PP opportunity. Lethbridge is 15-4-0-1 this season when scoring a power play goal and are 5-0-0-0 when they score two-or-more in a contest.

Goals Galore: Over the last seven games the Hurricanes have scored a total of 31 goals, averaging 4.43 goals per game during that stretch. During the same seven-game span, the ‘Canes have allowed 19 goals against, for an average of 2.71 goals against per game. Lethbridge’s season average is 2.80 GFPG.

Player of the Week: Hurricanes forward Tyson Laventure was named the WHL Player of the Week for the week ending December 11th. The 19-year-old racked up seven points (2g-5a) with a plus-4 rating in three ‘Canes wins. Laventure is currently on a career-high eight game point-scoring streak.

Rookie Tendy: Hurricanes netminder Harrison Meneghin who was named the WHL Goaltender of the Month for November going 7-0-0-1 with a 1.96 goals against average and a .936 save percentage. Meneghin, who is 14-4-0-1 on the season, has gone 12-1-0-1 in his last 14 starts; he enters tonight sitting third in SV% (.922), sixth in GAA (2.37) and tied for third in victories (14) in the entire WHL.

What a Trio: The line of Jett Jones, Tyson Laventure and Tyson Zimmer have been terrific of late. The trio have combined for a whopping 43 points in the last eight games. Jones and Laventure enter tonight on eight-game point-scoring streaks while Zimmer enters with points in 11-straight games. They sit one, two and three in team scoring having combined for 24-goals and 83-points this season.

Faceoff King: Jett Jones enters tonight as the WHL leader in faceoffs taken this season with 770 draws taken, averaging 25.6 draws per game. Jonesd has won 20+ faceoffs in a game three times this season, becoming the first Hurricanes centre-man to accomplish that feat on three occasions since the WHL began tracking faceoffs in 2017, surpassing Jake Leschyshyn and Giorgio Estephan – who both did it twice.

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