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Eight Winterhawks Score in 9-4 Victory

January 15, 2020 - Western Hockey League (WHL) - Portland Winterhawks News Release

Sixteen different Winterhawks registered a point as Portland scored its most goals in a game this season, beating the Regina Pats 9-4 at Veterans Memorial Coliseum. Portland is the first WHL team to reach 30 wins this season and they lead the Western Conference with 172 goals scored.

Robbie Fromm-Delorme scored the Hawks quickest goal of the season 36 seconds into the game and Portland exploded for five first period goals to leap out to a 5-0 lead after 16:45 of play. Portland and Regina went blow-for-blow the rest of the night as the Winterhawks cruised to a decisive win on home ice.

The win continues the Hawks Canadian Hockey League leading 16-game point streak and they have now won the last seven games against Regina.

NOTABLES:

Eight different Winterhawks scored in tonight's win.

Cross Hanas (2G-2A) and Gabe Klassen (G-2A) set new career highs for points in a game.

Johnny Ludvig notched his second career three point night with a goal and two assists. Simon Knak set a new season-high with three assists and he tied his career best with three points.

Reece Newkirk upped his point streak to 17 games in-a-row with a power play goal in the second period.

The Winterhawks have scored a power play goal in four straight games.

The Hawks are now 5-0-0-0 against East Division opponents this season.

Box Score (Click the hyperlink to find all the scoring details)

SHOTS ON GOAL:

POR: 38

REG: 37

POWER PLAY:

POR: 1/4

REG: 1/3

SAVES:

POR: Joel Hofer stopped 29-of-33 shots.

REG: Donovan Buskey stopped 29-of-38 shots.


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