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The Aftermath: Storm Defeat Stampede 6-3

November 26, 2022 - United States Hockey League (USHL)
Tri-City Storm News Release


SIOUX FALLS, SD. - The Tri-City Storm defeated the Sioux Falls Stampede by a final score of 6-3 Friday night at the Denny Sanford PREMIER Center. Kieran Cebrian, Evan Werner, Sebastian Törnqvist, Trevor Connelly, Ryan Smith, and Cale Ashcroft scored the Storm's goals in the victory. The Storm netted a season-high three powerplay goals in the win. The team also tied a season-high for most goals scored during a single game this season (6). Tri-City will return to action tomorrow evening to complete a three-game week in a road matchup against the Sioux City Musketeers. Puck drop is set for 6:05pm CT.

Jaksen Panzer scored on Sioux Falls' opening shot of the night to give the Stampede an early one-goal lead in the contest. The goal was Panzer's third of the season, and was scored at 3:23 of Friday's 1st period. Isaac Gordon recorded the lone assist on the scoring play. Kieran Cebrian scored his eighth goal of the season at 10:19 of the 1st period to tie the game at 1-1. Cebrian's goal was netted on the powerplay, and was assisted by Evan Werner. The Storm outshot the Stampede 12-9 during the 1st period, and the 2nd period began in a 1-1 tie.

Maddox Fleming gave the Stampede a 2-1 lead at 8:56 of the 2nd period. The scoring play was his seventh goal of the season, and was assisted by Samuel Harris and Nick Ring. Evan Werner netted his team-leading ninth goal of the year at 10:38 of Friday's middle period. The goal was scored unassisted. Sebastian Törnqvist gave Tri-City its first lead of the matchup at 14:47 of the 2nd period. Törnqvist netted his fifth goal of the season to put the Storm ahead 3-2. The goal was notched on the powerplay, and was assisted by Daimon Gardner. Nick Ring scored his fourth goal of the season less than two minutes later to bring the game to a 3-3 tie. The goal was netted on the powerplay, and was assisted by Max Rud. Trevor Connelly scored the final goal of Friday's 2nd period with less than three minutes to play to give Tri-City a 4-3 lead. Connelly's goal was his third of the season, and was assisted by Tanner Adams. The Storm outshot the Stampede 10-7 in the 2nd period, and carried a one-goal advantage into the 3rd period.

Ryan Smith scored his third goal of the year at 3:50 of Friday's 3rd period to increase the Storm's lead to two goals. Artemi Nizameyev and August Falloon each recorded an assist on the scoring play. The final goal of Friday's matchup was netted at 13:32 of the 3rd period by Cale Ashcroft. The goal was Ashcroft's second of the season, and was scored on the powerplay. Graham Gamache and Evan Werner notched an assist on the scoring play. Sioux Falls outshot Tri-City 7-3 during the 3rd period. The Storm outshot the Stampede by an overall margin of 25-23 and posted a three-goal road victory.

Karlis Mezsargs turned away 20 of Sioux Falls' 23 saves during the matchup to post the win in net for Tri-City. Jackson Irving stopped 19 of Tri-City's 25 shots during the game and recorded the loss in goal for Sioux Falls.

Evan Werner was named the 1st Star of the Game, with teammate Ryan Smith collecting 2nd Star honors. Sioux Falls' forward Nick Ring was named the 3rd Star of the matchup. The Storm improved to 7-9-0-1 in the victory.

Tri-City hits the ice again on Saturday, November 26th, in a road game against the Sioux City Musketeers. Puck drop for the game is set for 6:05pm CT. Skate to www.StormHockey.com for individual game tickets and more information regarding the Tri-City Storm organization. #StormAhead


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