Silvertips rout rival Thunderbirds

Seven different Everett players record multi-point nights in an 8-0 win over Seattle.

EVERETT — Ty Kolle and Hunter Campbell scored their first goals as Silvertips and seven different Everett players recorded multi-point nights as the Silvertips routed the Seattle Thunderbirds, 8-0, on Saturday at the Angel of the Winds Arena.

Kolle, acquired from the Regina Pats near the WHL trade deadline, put the Silvertips up 1-0 in the first period by whacking in a rebound at 8:50.

Campbell, an Everett native, then put the Silvertips up 2-0 at 17:44 in the first by burying a drop pass from Cole Fonstad.

Everett potted three more in second and three more in the third to emphatically finish off the rout.

Jackson Berezowski, a 2002-born forward, led the way in scoring with one goal and three assists. Overage defenseman Jake Christiansen and center Gage Goncalves were not far behind with a pair of goals and an assist each.

Along with his first goal in Everett, Kolle assisted on Berezowski’s goal in the second period.

Wyatte Wylie, Bryce Kindopp and Michal Gut each collected a pair of assists.

The Silvertips’ notched a pair of power-play goals in four chances on the man advantage while denying the Thunderbirds a goal in their two chances on the power play.

Silvertips goaltender Dustin Wolf stopped all 14 shots he faced in his sixth shutout of the season.

Everett (27-11-2-1) travels down to the ShoWare Center in Kent for a rematch with the Thunderbirds (18-20-2-1) at 5:05 p.m. on Sunday.

Josh Horton covers the Silvertips for the Herald. Follow him on Twitter, @JoshHortonEDH.

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