Silvertips win third straight by pasting Moose Jaw Warriors

Dustin Wolf earns a shutout in Everett’s 6-0 victory.

EVERETT — From the time a shot from Dawson Butt popped up off goaltender Brock Gould’s stick and tumbled over the goal line, it appeared Wednesday wouldn’t be the Moose Jaw Warriors’ night.

Ty Kolle potted a pair of goals, and Butt Michal Gut and Wyatte Wylie each recorded a goal and an assist as the Everett Silvertips routed Moose Jaw, 6-0, from the open faceoff to the final horn at Angel of the Winds Arena for their third consecutive win.

Ronan Seeley also assisted on three of Everett’s goals.

Butt, Kolle and Gut scored first-period goals to provide the Silvertips a commanding first-period lead.

Wylie tacked on another in the second for his 13th of the year.

Kolle scored his second of the game early in the third period and Jacob Wright followed with another to spot the Silvertips a six-goal lead.

Dustin Wolf made nine saves for his ninth shutout of the season.

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

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