Swift Current, SK – The Lethbridge Hurricanes looked to close out their road trip through Saskatchewan with a win over
Swift Current. The Canes were coming off a shootout loss to Regina Friday – a game which saw them come from behind
four times before earning a hard fought point in a 5-4 loss. The Canes got the early lead in Swift as a Defenceman
scored for the third time in as many games. Landon Oslanski’s 1st of the year found the back of the net just 2 ½ minutes
into the game, but it was all Swift from there as they pushed back and scored 3 straight to lead 3-1 after one.
Plenty of special teams play in the second period, luckily the parade to the penalty box didn’t hurt the Hurricanes on
the scoresheet. In fact, only one goal in the middle frame and it came off the stick of Brady Ramsay. The 2nd year
forward continues to give fans plenty to talk about scoring his 3rd goal in as many games to make it 3-2. Tanner Kovacs
settled down in the period as well, stopping all 9 shots he faced and he made some big saves to keep it a one goal game.
The Hurricanes pull even on a powerplay 6:37 into the third as Graham Hood nets his first of the year, but the celebration
would be shortlived as the Broncos finish the 3rd period much like the first, rattling off 3 straight in less than 3
minutes en route to a 6-3 win. The Canes are outshot 32 – 24 in the loss and go 1/3 on the powerplay while the Broncos
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WHL Web TV – log on to whl.ca for details and pricing. The Hurricanes return home to host the Edmonton OilKings Tuesday,
October 11th at 7pm.