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WHL Roundup: Winterhawks still looking for first victory after 6-4 loss to Silvertips @NHLdotcom

PORTLAND, Ore. - Graham Millar had a pair of goals and Carson Stadnyk scored once and set up three more as the Everett Silvertips downed the host Portland Winterhawks 6-4 on Sunday in Western Hockey League action.

Noah Juulsen had a goal and two assists for the Silvertips (3-0-0), who used a five-goal second period to beat Portland for the second time in as many nights, while Patrick Bajkov and Kevin David added single goals.

Evan Weinger scored twice for the Winterhawks (0-5-0), who are the only team in the Western Conference without a victory, Chase De Leo had a goal and an assist and Anton Cederham scored once.

Everett's Carter Hart allowed three goals on 14 shots in 27:42 of action before giving way to Austin Lotz, who stopped 21-of-22 shots in relief. Brendan Burke gave up all six goals for Portland on 24 shots through two periods of play. Adin Hill came in for the third and turnes aside all 10 shots his way.

The Silvertips went 2 for 3 on the power play while the Winterhawks scored twice on six chances with the man advantage.



CALGARY ? Pavel Karnaukhov and Travis Sanheim each scored twice and Terrell Draude had a goal and three assists as the Hitmen crushed Lethbridge.

Taylor Sanheim, Adam Tambellini, Chase Lang and Carsen Twarynski also scored for Calgary (1-2-0) while Mack Shields made 18 saves for the win.

Zane Jones scored both goals for the Hurricanes (0-3-0). Zac Robidoux allowed four goals on 14 shots and was yanked after one period of action. Stuart Skinner stopped 26-of-31 shots in 40 minutes of relief.



VANCOUVER ??? The Giants scored three unanswered goals in the third period to come from behind and defeat Victoria.

Carter Popoff, Alex Baer, Tyler Benson and Thomas Foster each had a goal and an assist for Vancouver (3-0-0) while Vladimir Bobylev added a single goal. Payton Lee kicked out 24 shots for the win.

Jared Dmytriw, Austin Carroll and Tyler Soy supplied the scoring for the Royals (1-4-0), who got a 25-save outing from Coleman Vollrath.


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