Calgary Hitmen Open BC Road Trip With 4-1 Loss In KelownaOctober 29, 2009 - Western Hockey League (WHL) Calgary Hitmen
Adam Brown made 35 saves to lead the Rockets while Stepan Novotny had three points (2g 1a).
Joel Broda, with his seventh of the season, scored the lone goal for the Hitmen who trailed 2-0 after both the first and second periods.
Brandon Kozun had an assist for Calgary to stretch his point scoring streak to nine games.
Calgary is now 12-4 on the season. The Hitmen road trip continues Friday night in Vancouver against the 10-3-1-2 Giants.
Western Hockey League Stories from October 29, 2009
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- Brett Ponich To Play For Team WHL In The 2009 Subway Super Series - Portland Winterhawks
- Two Pats To Play In Subway Super Series - Regina Pats
- Raiders To Wear Special Jerseys For Cancer Awareness Night Tomorrow - Prince Albert Raiders
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- Cougars & Hubbell Designer Goldsmiths Announce Player Of The Month - Prince George Cougars
- Myers to stick with Sabres of the NHL - Kelowna Rockets
- Kelowna players named to Team WHL in Subway Super Series - Kelowna Rockets
- Shinnimin To Compete For Team WHL At Subway Super Series - Tri-City Americans
- Brett Connolly To Take Part In 2009 Subway Super Series - Prince George Cougars
- Pair Of Broncos Make Team WHL - Swift Current Broncos
- Ashton Selected For Team WHL - Lethbridge Hurricanes
- Blades Send Two To Subway Super Series - Saskatoon Blades
- Team WHL Rosters Announced For Subway Super Series - WHL
- Western Canada Under-16 Challenge Cup Begins Today - WHL
- Wheat Kings Edge The Chiefs - Brandon Wheat Kings
- Calgary Hitmen Open BC Road Trip With 4-1 Loss In Kelowna - Calgary Hitmen
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- Gore's 44 Saves Snap Americans Win Streak - Tri-City Americans
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