Parik makes his return to Chiefs lineup
It's almost time for some Sunday. Night. Hockey!!!
Beckman, Finley, Larson
Toporowski, Hughes, Zummack
Atchison, M. King, Gabruch
Jacobson, Wiles, Swetlikoff
N. King, Smith
Pařík makes his return in goal.#GoChiefsGo
— Spokane Chiefs (@spokanechiefs) November 4, 2019
Lukas Parik made his return to the Spokane Chiefs lineup in a 4-3 overtime loss to the Everett Silvertips. He made 21 saves on 25 shots in his first game since October 5th.
Silvertips use 10 forwards due to Patterson absence
Everett is only dressing 10 forwards and 16 skaters tonight. Max Patterson is out of the lineup, along with Fonstad and Phare. https://t.co/2UeiRLioaB
— Josh Horton (@JoshHortonEDH) November 4, 2019
Max Patterson did not suit up for the Everett Silvertips in an overtime win over the Spokane Chiefs. Tyson Phare and Cole Fonstad were also absent due to injury leaving the Silvertips with just 10 healthy forwards.
McDonald sits out vs. Hitmen
— Andrew Peard (@AndrewPeard) November 3, 2019
Edmonton Oil Kings defenseman Conner McDonald was held out of Sunday’s game against the Calgary Hitmen and is considered day-to-day. McDonald’s absence didn’t stop the Oil Kings from picking up the two points and you can read all about in Freddy Mayer’s game recap here.
Klassen returns to SMHL’s Mintos
Winterhawks forward Gabe Klassen is returning to the Prince Albert Mintos of the SMHL after making his WHL debut last night. He will continue to build on his 9 goals and 7 assists in his 16-year-old season.
Portland's roster is back to 23
— Joshua Critzer (@jjcritzer) November 3, 2019
Fresh off making his WHL debut, Gabe Klassen has been released from the Portland Winterhawks active roster to return to the Prince Albert Mintos of the SMJHL where he has recorded nine goals and seven assists in 10 games.
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- Regina Pats forward Zack Smith scored his first WHL goal
Torzsok traded to Merritt in BCHL
The Cents also added forward Hunor Torzsok (00) from Estevan (SJHL) for futures.
Torzsok had no points in six games with the Bruins this season.
He has 1-3-4 in 37 career GP with Vancouver (WHL) and 6-2-8 in 36 GP with Nanaimo (BCHL) from 2017-19.
— Brian Wiebe (@Brian_Wiebe) November 4, 2019
Hunor Torzsok (37 GP, 1 G, 3 A with the Vancouver Giants) has been traded from the Estevan Bruins in the SJHL to the Merrit Centennials of the BCHL. He had not yet registered a point with the Bruins this season. Torzsok did attend training camp with the Moose Jaw Warriors this season but did not make the team.
World U-17 Challenge Update
GAME OVER! Fabian Lysell scores a hat trick to lift 🇸🇪 over 🇫🇮 6-4 in Swift Current.
— World U17 Challenge (@HC_WU17) November 3, 2019
Sweden defeated Finland on day two of the World U-17 Challenge with a 6-4 victory on the back of a hat-trick Fabian Lysell and a four-goal second-period performance. Sweden returns to the ice on Monday against Canada Red.
GAME OVER! 🇺🇸 adds a couple more goals in the 3rd period and closes out a tournament-opening 10-1 win over 🇨🇿 in Medicine Hat.
— World U17 Challenge (@HC_WU17) November 4, 2019
In the other game on Sunday, the Americans trumped the Czech Republic with a 10-1 victory. It was a true team effort with 18 of 20 skaters hitting the scoresheet with at least one point.
Getzlaf plays 1000th NHL game
— Anaheim Ducks (@AnaheimDucks) November 4, 2019
Ryan Getzalf (233 GP, 95 G, 120 A with the Calgary Hitmen) played in his 1000th NHL game on Sunday night in a 3-2 overtime loss to the Chicago Blackhawks. Drafted in the first round of the 2003 NHL Entry Draft by the Anaheim Mighty Ducks, Getzlaf has played his entire game in Anaheim scoring 268 goals and adding 666 assists.
Giants alumni suspended for two games
Calgary’s Milan Lucic has been suspended for two games for Roughing Columbus’ Kole Sherwood. https://t.co/YdDBRI4y4s
— NHL Player Safety (@NHLPlayerSafety) November 3, 2019
Milan Lucic (133 GP, 39 G, 48 A with the Vancouver Giants) has been suspended for two games for roughing Columbus Blue Jackets forward Kole Sherwood. In 16 games with the Calgary Flames this season, Lucic has three assists.
Three Stars of the Night
First Star: Everett’s Bryce Kindopp had two goals including the OT game-winner on a penalty shot in a 4-3 win over Spokane
Second Star: Kamloops’ Connor Zary continued his hot start with two goals as the Blazers edged the Portland Winterhawks 6-5.
Third Star: On the losing side, Portland’s Seth Jarvis had two goals and an assist.
Vancouver’s Trent Miner made 33 saves on 35 shots in a 5-2 win over Medicine Hat while Everett’s Dustin Wolf made 37 saves on 40 shots.