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Game Day Hub: May 11

Tri-City Americans at Portland Winterhawks

We’ve reached the finish line.  One final tilt in the abbreviated 2020-21 season.

 

Portland Record: 12-8-3-0 (Second, U.S. Division – Fourth, Western Conference)

Tri-City Record: 7-11-0-0 (Fifth, U.S. Division – Ninth, Western Conference)

Puck Drop: 5:05 p.m. PT

Venue: Veterans Memorial Coliseum

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)
  • Wednesday, May 5: Portland (7) vs. Tri-City (2)
  • Sunday, May 9: Portland (9) at Tri-City (1)

Listen Live: Winterhawks Radio Network and on the Winterhawks App
Watch Live: WHL Live
Game Notes: Winterhawks Game Notes


FOLLOW ALONG: Box Score

 

We’re scoring now, huh?

Oh yes, we are.

21 goals in the last three games is a mighty impressive way to pull up to the finish line.  It’s hard to expect nine goals again tonight, but the recent influx is obviously nice to see.

 

Four in a row?

Keep going!

For the first time this season the club has won three in a row.  Four in a row sure would be a nice way to end the season.

 

An emotional ending ahead…

Thinking of you, Mason, Nick and Mark…

Mason Mannek and Nick Cicek will conclude their junior hockey careers tonight – certainly a special occasion.  The two will have combined for 350 WHL Regular Season games all with the Winterhawks since 2017.  As for Mark “Peaches” Brennan, tonight’s been 30 years in the making.  We could never say thank you enough to the three of them and are honored to have had them as a part of our organization.  Tonight’s for you three!


PROJECTED LINEUPS:

Portland

Forwards

Jaydon Dureau – Jack O’Brien – Seth Jarvis

Simon Knak – Tyson Kozak – Cross Hanas

Reece Newkirk – Gabe Klassen – James Stefan

Kishaun Gervais – Robbie Fromm-Delorme – Mason Mannek

 

Defense

Nick Cicek – Clay Hanus

Kurtis Smythe – Kade Nolan

Jonas Brondberg – Luca Cagnoni

 

Goaltenders

Dante Giannuzzi

Brock Gould

 

Scratches: Ryan McCleary, Aidan Litke, Kyle Chyzowski, Jonah Bevington, Ryder Thompson, Brody Tallman, Marcus Nguyen

 

Tri-City

Forwards

Tyson Greenway – Nick Bowman – Sasha Mutala

Connor Bouchard – Jack Barnes – Rhett Melnyk

Landon Roberts – Booker Daniel – Edge Lambert

Alex Serraglio* – Jake Sloan

 

Defense

Luke Zazula – Mitchell Brown

Marc Lajoie – Bryan McAndrews

Carson Haynes – Lukas Dragicevic

Ian Ferguson*

 

Goaltenders

Mason Dunsford

Scratches: Andrej Golian, Bryson Andregg, Sam Huo, Parker Bell,, Talyn Boyko and one of either Alex Serraglio or Ian Ferguson


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