Alberta Improves to 3-0 at Challenge CupOctober 29, 2011 - Western Hockey League (WHL) Lethbridge Hurricanes
Alberta's roster includes Reid Duke, Tyler Wong, Reid Nemeth and Jonny Hogue, while Ryan Pilon, Kolten Olynek, Carter Amson and Bryton Sayers play for Saskatchewan. This morning, Alberta improved their record to 3 and 0 with a 5-1 win over Saskatchewan. Goalie, Jonny Hogue did not play, but Lethbridge Hurricanes Assistant General Manager; Brad Robson said "all the players played very well in the game." Tyler Wong was credited with a a goal while Duke added an assist.
Today's final game features Manitoba playing BC and that outcome determines who will play for Bronze and who will face Alberta in the Gold Medal Final. No matter the outcome of the Challenge Cup, the Lethbridge Hurricanes are seeing how bright the future is. The eight players competing this year doubles the number that participated last year and three of last year's selections are currently playing with the Canes - Forwards Jay Merkley and Craig Leverton along with Defenseman Macoy Erkamps.
Western Hockey League Stories from October 29, 2011
- Royals Thump Thunderbirds - Victoria Royals
- Hitmen beat the Everett Silvertips - Calgary Hitmen
- Royals Kick T-Birds off the Island - Seattle Thunderbirds
- Vancouver's Winning Streak Comes to An End in Prince George - Vancouver Giants
- Kamloops wins over Kelowna - Kelowna Rockets
- Hitmen Stifle Silvertips in Calgary - Everett Silvertips
- Winterhawks Fall 4-1 in Kootenay Saturday - Portland Winterhawks
- Oil Kings Lose 3-2 in Brandon - Edmonton Oil Kings
- Royals to Honour Former Captain Aspenlind Tonight - Victoria Royals
- Alberta Improves to 3-0 at Challenge Cup - Lethbridge Hurricanes
- T-Birds Overthrow Royals in Shootout - Seattle Thunderbirds
- Royals Edged by Thunderbirds in Shootout - Victoria Royals
- Vancouver Giants Defeat Prince George 4-2 - Vancouver Giants
- 'Tips Ride Simpson to Comeback Win - Everett Silvertips
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