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Tuesday, November 6, 2018

Wins for WHL + Canada Red

Kamloops + New Brunswick | by Bayshore News Staff  

CIBC Challenge + World U17

CIBC Canada-Russia Series 

at Kamloops

Western Hockey League 2 Russian Selects 1 

Jordy Bellerive of the Lethbridge Hurricanes, a Pittsburgh Penguins draft pick, scored the game winner in the 3rd period.

Toronto Maple Leafs prospect Ian Scott of the Prince Albert Raiders made 27 saves for the win.

Game 2 in the series will be tonight in Vancouver

The 3rd game in the series is in Sarnia on Thursday

Attack captain Nick Suzuki along with defenders Brady Lyle & Markus Phillips will compete for the Ontario Hockey League at Sarnia


1st Period
1, Team WHL, Cozens 1 (Woo, Dewar), 14:00. 
2, Team Russia, Shen 1 (Starkov, Yaremchuk), 14:26. 

2nd Period
No Scoring

3rd Period
3, Team WHL, Bellerive 1 (Leason, Fix-Wolansky), 10:31.

Shots on Goal
Team Russia 8-9-11-28
Team WHL 9-6-8-23

Team Russia, Tarasov 0-1-0-0 (23 shots-21 saves)
Team WHL, Scott 1-0-0-0 (28 shots-27 saves).

Power Play Opportunities
Team Russia 0/2
Team WHL 0/4.

Attendance = 4,438


World Under 17 Hockey Challenge

at New Brunswick

Canada Red 4 Sweden 3 (OT)
Canada White 5 United States 2
Canada Black 3 Czech Republic 2 (OT)
Finland 2 Russia 1


from Hockey Canada

William Dufour (Quebec City, Que./Rouyn-Noranda, QMJHL) finished a two-on-one for the winner in overtime, giving Canada Red a narrow 4-3 win over Sweden in a back-and-forth Group B match-up Monday at the 2018 World Under-17 Hockey Challenge.

Dufour jumped up to join a streaking Seth Jarvis (Winnipeg, Man./Portland, WHL), one-timing a set-up past Swedish goaltender Jesper Wallstedt to give the Canadians an important extra point as they found the win column for the first time.

Early on it looked as if Red would leave the qplex with all three points as it took an early two-goal lead.

Stephen Halliday (Toronto, Ont./Central Illinois, USHL) got the scoring started at 8:43, redirecting a Kaiden Guhle (Sherwood Park, Alta./Prince Albert, WHL) shot under the arm of Wallstedt, and Jacob Perreault (Hinsdale, Ill./Sarnia, OHL) went five-hole with a change-up at 13:09 for a 2-0 advantage after 20 minutes.

The second period belonged to Lucas Raymond; the highly-touted Swede cut the deficit in half on a five-on-three power play early in the second period when he blasted a slap shot past Canadian netminder Will Cranley (Peterborough, Ont./Ottawa, OHL), and he went top shelf on the short-side a little more than six minutes later to pull the Scandinavians even.

Alexander Holtz put Sweden ahead with just under six minutes to go, using his speed to avoid a hit before getting a shot past the glove of Cranley, but Matthew Maggio (Tecumseh, Ont./Ottawa, OHL) forced a turnover behind the Swedish net and found Evan Vierling (Aurora, Ont./Flint, OHL) to tie the game just 24 seconds later.

Overtime featured chances at both ends before the winner, with Raymond narrowly missing his hat trick goal moments before Dufour ended it.

The teams finished dead even in shots on goal, 33-33.

Preliminary-round play ends Tuesday,

( Atlantic Standard Time )
noon Russia vs Sweden 
3:30 pm United States vs Canada Black
7:00 pm Finland vs Canada Red
7:30 pm Czech Republic vs Canada White


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