Late rally not enough as Silvertips fall to Giants

Everett can’t overcome a three-goal deficit and falls to Vancouver 5-3.

Kevin Clark / The Herald

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Yan Khomenko signals for substitution Sunday night at Xfinity Arena in Everett, Wa on September 6th, 2015

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LANGLEY, B.C. — The Vancouver Giants scored four unanswered goals in the second and third period and held on for a 5-3 win over the Everett Silvertips late Friday night at Langley Events Centre.

Jackson Berezowski gave the Silvertips a 1-0 lead with a goal at 3:20 in the second period.

But consecutive goals from Nicco Camazzola, Evan Toth and two from Adam Hall put the Giants up 4-1.

Everett mounted a third-period rally with another goal from Berezowski and a score from Alex Swetlikoff, but Payton Mount fired home an empty-netter at 19:32 to put the game out of reach.

Braden Holt started in goal for Everett (39-10-3-5)) and stopped 22 of 26 shots before being replaced by Koen MacInnes who saved the only shot he faced.

Connor Martin stopped 32 of 35 shots for Vancouver (23-29-4-0).

The two teams meet again on Saturday in Everett, with puck drop scheduled for 6:05 p.m.

Giants 5, Silvertips 3

Everett 0 1 2 — 3

Vancouver 0 2 3 — 5

1st Period- No Scoring. Penalties-Hemmerling Evt (high sticking), 8:00; Gut Evt (roughing), 11:45; Langkow Van (roughing), 11:45; Horning Van (cross checking), 18:27.

2nd Period-1, Everett, Berezowski 39 (Gut, Zellweger), 3:20 (PP). 2, Vancouver, Camazzola 3 6:32. 3, Vancouver, Hall 15 (Boucher, Toth), 14:18 (PP). Penalties-Hall Van (boarding), 2:17; Toth Van (interference), 2:21; Cotton Van (high sticking), 2:49; Hofer Evt (interference), 7:29; Hofer Evt (roughing), 12:40.

3rd Period-4, Vancouver, Toth 4 (Boucher, Leslie), 3:19. 5, Vancouver, Hall 16 (Lysell), 5:50. 6, Everett, Berezowski 40 (Zellweger), 9:30. 7, Everett, Swetlikoff 27 (Huuhtanen), 12:46. 8, Vancouver, Mount 9 (Lysell, Ostapchuk), 19:32 (EN). Penalties-Camazzola Van (delay of game), 16:04; Swetlikoff Evt (slashing), 16:20.

Shots on Goal-Everett 7-14-14-35. Vancouver 6-13-9-28.

Power Play Opportunities-Everett 1 / 5; Vancouver 1 / 4.

Goalies-Everett, Holt 22-5-2-2 (26 shots-22 saves); MacInnes 17-5-0-3 (1 shots-1 saves). Vancouver, Martin 1-3-1-0 (35 shots-32 saves).


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