Wolf, Silvertips stymie Americans in road victory

Everett’s star goalie stops all 18 shots he faces in a 5-0 victory.

KENNEWICK — Dustin Wolf saved all 18 shots he faced and five different Everett players scored as the Silvertips blanked the Tri-City Americans 5-0 on Friday night.

Jake Christiansen, Justyn Gurney, Gage Goncalves, Jacob Wright and Wyatte Wylie each scored a goal in a balanced scoring effort for the Silvertips.

Nine different Everett players chipped in an assist in the game, with Olen Zellweger (2) the only one with multiple apples.

The win was the Silvertips’ 33-11-3-1) fourth in a row.

Mason Dunsford stopped 30 of 35 shots for the Americans (15-29-4-1).

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