I only watched bits and pieces of the game, but from the sounds of things the Hitmen really controlled the first two periods, and then the Tigers completely took over in the third period. The hitmen only managed 2 shots on net during that period.
Bunz, SHinkaruk, Lewington, Kessy, Gavin Broadhead, Spenser Jensen, were out and Rhyse Dieno left during the game and did not return.
Kenny Cameron made some real big stops in the first couple periods but couldn't hold the fort forevor.
Riley Sheen scored his first career whl goal with a nice wrist shot from the slot.
Chad Labelle also picked up his 2nd goal and added an assist. He saw a couple shifts on the top line after Rhyse Dieno went down with an injury. Chad Labelle was also rewarded with the third star.....not bad for a callup, 3 points in 5 games.
If I'm not mistaken Labelle was playing for the Calgary Northstars Midget AAA team then got called up to the ajhl's Calgary Mustangs for 5 games as an injury replacement, he then got called up again by the Tigers for 5 games.
The Calgary Northstars play their first playoff game tomorow, and Chad has hit the 5 game mark so I assume he will stay in Calgary then possibly re-called once his AAA team is done.
It looks like the Tigers have added Gavin Broadhead to the roster on a more permanent basis as the Midget AAA Tigers season is done, and he was listed as an addition on the whl injury report. I think Gavin is out with an injury or a flu bug.
I caught the Calgary broadcasters mentioning that Dieno was headed to the locker room during play. Looks like he has an "upper body" injury... that's the last thing the Tigers need.... another injury.
Dawson MacAuley saw his first whl regular season game action playing the Third Period. He only faced 2 shots and stopped both. He looks like a Giant in net with his 6'6 216 lb frame.