Mount scores first career goal in 3-2 loss to Spokane
KENT, November 13, 2018 — The Spokane Chiefs defeated the Seattle Thunderbirds 3-2 in overtime Tuesday night at accesso ShoWare Center.
The T-Birds travel to Spokane to play the Chiefs on Friday at 7:05pm. They are back home at accesso ShoWare Center on Saturday at 6:05pm to play the Portland Winterhawks in a game that will be broadcast on JOEtv.
Dillon Hamaliuk was awarded a penalty shot at 16:38 of the second when he was taken down from behind on a breakaway. Hamaliuk skated wide right and then entered the Spokane zone. Hamaliuk stickhandled toward Weatherill and took a shot just missing the net wide left.
Spokane (10-7-1-2) outshot Seattle 12-9 in the second period and led 22-20 in shots after two periods.
The Chiefs cut the T-Birds lead to one with a power-play goal by Ethan McIndoe at 7:05 of the third period. Ty Smith and Carter Chorney had the assists.
Smith tied the game 2-2 at 16:50 of the second. Chorney and Luke Toporowski had the assists.
Toporowski scored the overtime game-winning goal at 3:58 when his shot hit a stick and deflected up and over Seattle goalie Liam Hughes into the back the back of the net.
The T-Birds outshot the Chiefs 39-37 in the game.
Hughes had 34 saves and his record is now 7-6-2-0.
Weatherill made 37 saves and his record is now 3-4-0-1.
The T-Birds are now taking orders for Flex-24 Ticket packages. Fans that purchase the 24-Flex Ticket Package will be able to select any available premium seat for any game, in any ticket combination, during the 2018-19 season.
First period – 1, Seattle, Mount 1 (Wedman), 3:36. Penalties – Woods, Spo (holding), 16:13. Huo, Sea (holding opponents stick), 18:15. Lee, Sea (interference), 18:47. Woods, Spo (unsportsmanlike conduct), 20:00.
Second period – 2, Seattle, Andrusiak 8 (Kaluski), 3:05. Penalties – Huo, Sea (high-sticking), 5:29. Savey, Sea (charging), 11:39.