Silvertips fall to Winterhawks in shootout for 1st loss

Everett can’t hold an early three-goal lead and loses to Portland 4-3.

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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EVERETT — The Portland Winterhawks rallied from a three-goal deficit to force overtime, including a goal with just under two minutes to play in the third period, and handed the Everett Silvertips their first loss of the season, 4-3, in a shootout.

The Silvertips raced out to an early lead with goals from Hunter Campbell, Ronon Seeley and Dylan Anderson in the first period.

Cross Hanas scored on a power-play in the second period to put the Winterhawks on the board, before Tyson Kozak and Clay Hanus scored in the third to force overtime.

After a scoreless extra period, Hanas scored the only goal in the shootout to give Portland the win.

Braden Holt stopped 24 of 27 shots for Everett (6-0-0-1).

Dante Giannuzzi stopped 36 of 39 shots for Portland (4-5-0-1).

Winterhawks 4, Silvertips 3 (SO)

Portland 0 1 2 0 — 4

Everett 3 0 0 0 — 3

1st Period—1, Everett, Campbell 2 (Berezowski, Lambos), 9:13. 2, Everett, Seeley 2 (Gut, Zellweger), 14:49 (PP). 3, Everett, Anderson 1 (Sutter, Huuhtanen), 15:51 (PP). Penalties—McCleary Por (stick infraction), 11:46; Brøndberg Por (tripping), 14:07; Litke Por (holding), 14:55; Swetlikoff Evt (roughing), 20:00.

2nd Period—4, Portland, Hanas 4 (Kozak, Stefan), 13:05 (PP). Penalties—Alscher Por (tripping), 3:19; Litke Por (roughing), 6:39; Smythe Por (high sticking, high sticking), 6:39; Campbell Evt (roughing), 6:39; Wright Evt (boarding), 12:14; Pasternak Por (roughing), 16:28.

3rd Period—5, Portland, Kozak 3 (Pasternak, Hanus), 14:54 (PP). 6, Portland, Hanus 3 (Brøndberg), 18:37. Penalties—Swetlikoff Evt (tripping), 0:08; Smythe Por (major-fighting), 6:48; Wright Evt (roughing, major-fighting), 6:48; Zellweger Evt (charging), 9:27; Hemmerling Evt (high sticking, high sticking), 14:23.

OT Period—No Scoring. Penalties—Klassen Por (tripping), 2:44.

Shootout—Portland 1 (Hanas G, Stefan NG, Klassen NG), Everett 0 (Gut NG, Zellweger NG, Swetlikoff NG).

Shots on Goal—Portland 1-12-14-0-1-28. Everett 15-9-8-7-0-39.

Power Play Opportunities—Portland 2 / 7; Everett 2 / 8.

Goalies—Portland, Giannuzzi 3-3-0-1 (39 shots-36 saves). Everett, Holt 3-0-0-1 (27 shots-24 saves).


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