Game Day Hub: May 5
Portland Winterhawks at Tri-City Americans
Down to the final four! The Winterhawks are looking to finish the 2020-21 regular season strong with the first of three remaining games against the Americans.
Portland Record: 9-8-3-0 (Second, U.S. Division - Third, Western Conference)
Tri-City Record: 6-8-0-0 (Fifth, U.S. Division - Ninth, Western Conference)
Puck Drop: 7:05 p.m. PT
Venue: Toyota Center (Kennewick, WA)
Previous Meetings This Season:
Thursday, March 18: Portland (2) vs. Tri-City (3) - OT
Friday, April 2: Tri-City (2) vs. Portland (6)
Friday, April 30: Tri-City (3) vs. Portland (2)
Listen Live: Winterhawks Radio Network and on the Winterhawks App
Watch Live: WHL Live
Game Notes: Winterhawks Game Notes
We know, what a concept.
It's the final time this season and it hasn't happened in a while, so we figured it's worth the extra note of reminder. Make sure your evening routine is adjusted accordingly.
Let's go get a win!
Friday was an emotional win over Everett, Saturday was a letdown after a really difficult start and Sunday's game came down to the wire. The team has a huge chance to correct some of their mistakes.
Ending the season with a playoff-like feel?
Three of the team's remaining four games are against Tri-City, starting tonight. The two started the season against each other, met again shortly after and then took about a month off with one another - which is a long time given the rapidly-moving season schedule. Merely stating facts, Tri-City has had a difficult season, certainly not where they want to be in the standings. Yet they've taken two of three from the 'Hawks this season. Let's see if Portland can give some push back and end the season on a high note.
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