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Sunday, 27 April 2014 21:59

Barn Burner

Fourteen goals were scored Sunday night at Credit Union Place as the Yorkton Terriers slipped past the Dauphin Kings 8-6 in game four of the 2014 Crescent Point Energy Western Canada Cup.

The second period was the story where six goals were score, four by the Yorkton Terriers, and three of them were from Brett Boehm (1, 2 & 3) who had four points on the night. Scoring Sunday for the Terriers besides Boehm were Corwin Stevely (1), Tayler Thompson (1) and Kailum Gervais (1 & 2).

On the other side of the puck you have to give a great deal of credit to the Dauphin Kings who did not go away when they were down 6-3 heading into the third period. They came out flying in the final frame and got the game to within one goal twice. Scoring for the Kings Sunday were Tanner Lomsnes (1 & 2), Chandler Irvin (1), Ryan Cooper (1), Tanner Butler (3) and Dillan McCombie (1).

Lomsnes was Dauphin's player of the game, Boehm was Yorkton's.

Special Teams were huge in the fourth game of the tournament. Dauphin ended the evening 4 for 6 while Yorkton was 2 for 3. Maybe a rough night stats wise for both goalies, bounces and other shenanigans weren't on their side. Dauphin's Michael Stiliadis stopped 33 of 40 shots he faced. Yorkton had a total of 41 on goal with the empty netter. The Kings launched 26 shots at Kale Thomson who was back in after missing the first game for the Terriers with the flu.

Both Dauphin and Yorkton now have records of 1-1 at the WCC and sit tied for third and fourth in the standings. Judging by the way things look, Tuesday is going to be 'Moving Day' at the Western Canada Cup. The Kings and Terriers each have Monday off.

The lone contest Monday features the Winnipeg Blues and Coquitlam Express, game time is 7:00pm!

Express 1 1 0 2 3 1 +2 1.000 W1
Blues 1 1 0 2 3 1 +2 1.000 W1
Terriers 2 1 1 2 9 9 0 0.500 W1
Kings 2 1 1 2 10 10 0 0.500 L1
Saints 2 0 2 0 3 7 -4 0.000





Yorkton Terriers at 8:05 - Corwin Stevely from Brady Norrish
Yorkton Terriers at 10:30 - Tayler Thompson from Tyson Enzie
Dauphin Kings at 13:42 (PP) - Chandler Irvin from Dylan Butler


Yorkton Terriers at 1:21 (PP) - Riley Hunt from Tanner Lishchynsky and Tayler Thompson
Yorkton Terriers at 5:18 - Brett Boehm from Dallas Rossiter
Dauphin Kings at 10:34 (PP) - Ryan Cooper from Brent Wold and Justin Valentino
Yorkton Terriers at 13:07 - Brett Boehm from Chase Norrish and Kailum Gervais
Dauphin Kings at 14:41 (PP) - Tanner Lomsnes from Jared Morris and Brayden Cuthbert
Yorkton Terriers at 19:33 (PP) - Brett Boehm from Kailum Gervais


Dauphin Kings at 1:03 (PP) - Tanner Butler from Tanner Lomsnes and Jared Morris
Dauphin Kings at 1:31 - Dillan McCombie from Tanner Butler and Hudson Morrison
Yorkton Terriers at 4:23 - Kailum Gervais from Brett Boehm
Dauphin Kings at 10:37 - Tanner Lomsnes from Ryan Cooper
Yorkton Terriers at 19:44 (EN)- Kailum Gervais from Tyler Giebel





Yorkton Terriers at 12:58 - Dallas Rossiter for Tripping (2 Min.)
Yorkton Terriers at 17:33 - Brett Boehm for Hooking (2 Min.)
Dauphin Kings at 19:51 - Hudson Morrison for Hooking (2 Min.)


Dauphin Kings at 7:05 - Hudson Morrison for Elbowing (2 Min.)
Yorkton Terriers at 8:52 - Kale Thompson for Tripping (2 Min.)
Yorkton Terriers at 13:59 - Tayler Thompson for High Sticking (4 Min.)
Dauphin Kings at 18:40 - Ryan Cooper for Roughing (2 Min.)
Yorkton Terriers at 19:59 - Tanner Lishchynsky for Roughing (2 Min.)


No Penalties



REFEREE 1 Kevin Webinger
REFEREE 2 Mike Campbell
LINESMAN 1 Kelsey Mahoney
LINESMAN 2 Justin Verhaeghe

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