Chiefs stop Rockets in OT

Hudson Elynuik scores in extra period to lead hometown Spokane past Kelowna Friday in WHL action

Kole Lind scored the lone goal for the Kelowna Rockets in a 2-1 overtime loss Friday to the Spokane Chiefs.

Kole Lind scored the lone goal for the Kelowna Rockets in a 2-1 overtime loss Friday to the Spokane Chiefs.



Hudson Elynuik scored with 28 seconds left in overtime to lead the Spokane Chiefs to a 2-1 victory over the Kelowna Rockets Friday in WHL action..

The Rockets lone goal was scored by Kole Lind—his team-leading 15th—who extends his goal streak to 6 games, which equaled the longest goal streak in the WHL this season.

Newly acquired James Hilsendager suited up for his first game in a Rockets jersey. He finished with an even rating.

Michael Herringer drops to 13-8-1-0 on the season and the Rockets fall to 15-11-1-0, suffering their first overtime loss of the season.

The Rockets are back at it tomorrow night when they host the Brandon Wheat Kings.

Fans are asked to bring a Teddy Bear for fourth annual Teddy Bear Toss.

The Rockets next home game following Saturday will be Wednesday Dec. 7 against the Seattle Thunderbirds.

 

Kelowna Capital News

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