WHL roundup: Beaupit nets shutout as ICE whip Warriors
WINNIPEG — Zach Ostapchuk had a goal and assist, Zach Benson had two assists and Mason Beaupit stopped all 20 shots he faced as the Winnipeg ICE crushed the visiting Moose Jaw Warriors 6-0 in Western Hockey League action on Sunday.
Owen Pederson, Ty Nash, Carson Lambos, Connor McClennon and Matthew Savoie al; so scored for the ICE (33-5-1-0), who started the week ranked No. 1 in the Canadian Hockey League top 10 rankings.
The Warriors (28-15-0-3), who were outshot 30-20 at Wayne Fleming Arena, trailed 2-0 after the first period and 6-0 after 40 minutes of play.
Warriors goaltender Connor Ungar stopped 14 of 18 shots.
Elsewhere in the WHL:
WHEAT KINGS 2 OIL KINGS 0
EDMONTON, Alta. — Nate Danielson and Rylen Roersma scored first-period goals and the visiting Brandon Wheat Kings held on for a 2-0 victory over the Edmonton Oil Kings.
Carson Bjarnason made 19 saves to record the shutout for the Wheat Kings (19-20-5-0).
Goaltender Logan Cunningham stopped 42 of 44 shots for the Oil Kings (6-35-3-0).
HITMEN 4 REBELS 2
CALGARY, Alta. — Sean Tschigerl scored a goal and added an assist as the Calgary Hitmen defeated the visiting Red Deer Rebels 4-2.
Grayden Siepmann, Matteo Danis and London Hoilett also scored for the Hitmen (23-16-3-1).
Jace Isley and Jayden Grubbe scored for the Rebels (31-9-1-3).
BRONCOS 4 TIGERS 3 (OT)
MEDICINE HAT, Alta. — Josh Davies scored at 1:29 of overtime as the Swift Current Broncos edged the host Medicine Hat Tigers.
Connor Hvidston, Josh Filmon and Owen Pickering also scored for the Broncos (22-18-0-2).
Dallon Melin, Andrew Basha and Pavel Bocharov scored for the Tigers (18-21-6-1).
ROYALS 5 ROCKETS 1
KELOWNA, B.C. — The visiting Victoria Royals scored three times in the first period then coasted to a 5-1 win over the Kelowna Rockets.
Teydon Trembecky, Marcus Almquist, Robin Sapousek, Jake Poole and Reggie Newman scored for the Royals (13-27-4-1).
Jackson DeSouza scored a late third-period goal for the Rockets (14-25-3-0).
* This roundup was generated automatically with a CP-developed application.
This report by The Canadian Press was first published Jan. 22, 2023.