Thunderbirds goalie Roddy Ross. COURTESY PHOTO, Brian Liesse, T-Birds

Thunderbirds goalie Roddy Ross. COURTESY PHOTO, Brian Liesse, T-Birds

Silvertips slip past Thunderbirds in overtime

Ross makes 24 saves in 1-0 loss at Everett

  • Sunday, October 13, 2019 10:37am
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Gage Goncalves scored at 2:21 of overtime to lift the Everett Silvertips past the Seattle Thunderbirds 1-0 in a Western Hockey League game Saturday night at Angel of the Winds Arena.

Seattle kept the Silvertips hemmed in the offensive zone and had several scoring chances in the last two minutes of the game but could not beat Dustin Wolf.

Seattle goalie Roddy Ross made 24 saves in the game and was stellar in the second period when he stopped Jacob Wright all alone in front with a big right pad save and then minutes later, stopped Goncalves on a two-on-one break.

The T-Birds return to the accesso ShoWare Center on Friday, Oct. 18, to play the Brandon Wheat Kings at 7:35 p.m.

Single-game tickets are on sale online and at the ShoWare box office.

Fans who purchase the 24-flex ticket package will be able to select any available premium seat for any game, in any ticket combination, during the 2019-20 season.

SCORING SUMMARY

First period – No scoring. Penalties – Rybinski, Sea (tripping), 3:37. Bateman, Sea (holding), 7:04. Anderson, Evt (interference), 14:21.

Second period – No scoring. Penalties – Mount, Sea (cross checking), 1:05. Berezowski, Evt (unsportsmanlike conduct), 1:05. Gut, Evt (hooking), 6:07. Lee, Evt (interference), 14:23. Kindopp, Evt (roughing), 18:08. Bruggen-Cate, Sea (slashing), 18:08.

Third period – No scoring. Penalties – No penalties.

Overtime – 1, Everett, Goncalves 1, 2:21. Penalties – No penalties.

Shots on goal – Seattle 10-12-17-0 35, Everett 6-8-8-3 25. Goalies – Seattle, Ross 25 shots-24 saves (2-3-1-0); Everett, Wolf 35-35 (4-3-0-0). Power plays – Seattle 0-3; Everett 0-2. Referees – Jeff Ingram, Adam Griffiths. Linesmen – Adam Brastad, Ron Dietterle.

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