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ICE Fall to Wheat Kings 5-4 in Overtime

January 19, 2019 - Western Hockey League (WHL) - Kootenay Ice News Release

Brandon, MB - Wheat Kings captain Stelio Mattheos recorded four assists and Ridly Greig scored the overtime goal as the Wheat Kings dropped the Kootenay ICE 5-4 at Westoba Place on Friday night.

The ICE received goals from Brad Ginnell, Chase Hartje, Jaeger White, and Davis Murray. ICE goaltender Jesse Makaj stopped 32-of-37 shots.

Wheat Kings forward Cole Reinhardt recorded two goals in the victory. The Wheat Kings also got goals from Braden Schneider, and Luka Burzan. Wheat Kings goaltender Jiri Patera stopped 37-of-41 shots.

ICE 4 Wheat Kings 5 OT

Here is a rundown of the score sheet:

First Period

Score Team Time Goal Assist(s)

0-1 Brandon 10:56 Braden Schneider R. Greig

Second Period

Score Team Time Goal Assist(s)

1-1 Kootenay 1:13 Brad Ginnell Unassisted

2-1 PP Kootenay 6:18 Chase Hartje M. Bodak, A. Schellenberg

2-2 Brandon 6:44 Cole Reinhardt S. Mattheos, B. Chizen

2-3 Brandon 12:09 Luka Burzan S. Mattheos

3-3 PP Kootenay 13:03 Jaeger White P. Krebs, M. Creta

Third Period

Score Team Time Goal Assist(s)

4-3 Kootenay 3:20 Davis Murray J. Smallwood, Z. Patrick

4-4 PP Brandon 10:54 Cole Reinhardt S. Mattheos, L. Burzan


Score Team Time Goal Assist(s)

4-5 Brandon 1:56 Ridly Greig B. Schneider, S. Mattheos

Shots on Goal

Team 1st 2nd 3rd OT Total

Kootenay 11 14 14 2 41

Brandon 7 13 16 1 37

Special Teams

Team PP PK

Kootenay 2/5 2/3

Brandon 1/3 3/5

The ICE conclude a six-game road stretch on Saturday, January 19 against the Brandon Wheat Kings. Puck drop is scheduled for 7:30 p.m. CT.

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