Post Game Report presented by McDonald’s Canada | ICE Make it Three in a Row.

After an uneventful first half of the first period, it was Nolan Orzeck who broke open the game with his fourth of the season.  The Broncos would respond but it was Owen Pederson giving the ICE a 2-1 advantage heading into the first intermission.  Peyton Krebs had two primary assists in the opening frame.

In a wild second period which saw five total goals, the ICE score three straight to take a 5-1 lead.  Johnson, Pederson and Zloty added the markers for the ICE. The Broncos would not go quietly though, as they answered back with two of their own of the sticks of Benson and Ostir to make the game 5-3 after two periods of play.

The ICE came out with a vengeance in the final frame scoring three times in the first ten minutes to take an 8-3 lead.  Michal Teply, James Form and Cole Muir had the tallies for the ICE.  The ICE improve their recored to 32-19-1-0 after the win tonight and are tied with the Prince Albert Raiders for first in the East but hold the position on a tie break.

Liam Hughes made 18 saves for his 16th win of the season.



1st Period

Score Team Time Goal Assist(s)
1-0 Winnipeg 14:04 Orzeck Krebs, Teply
1-1 Swift Current 16:25 Kaluski Ostir
2-1 Winnipeg 18:31 Pederson Krebs, Barteaux


2nd Period

Score Team Time Goal Assist(s)
3-1 Winnipeg 1:43 Johnson Milne, Barteaux
4-1 Winnipeg 8:25 Pederson Barteaux, Johnson
5-1 Winnipeg 12:06 Zloty Krebs, Teply
5-2 Swift Current 15:03 Benson Smithies, Bulych
5-3 Swift Current 16:14 Ostir Kaluski, Hendren


3rd Period

Score Team Time Goal Assist(s)
6-3 Winnipeg 2:48 Form Kinder
7-3 Winnipeg 9:12 Teply Barteaux, Krebs
8-3 Winnipeg 10:42 Muir Ladyman


Special Teams

Team PP PK
Winnipeg  2/4  2/2
Swift Current  0/2  2/4


Shots on Goal

Team 1st 2nd 3rd Total
Winnipeg  8  20  11  39
Swift Current  9  6  6  22


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