In its only game of the week, first-place Everett beats Victoria 5-3 on the road.
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Kelowna is pausing all team activites due to COVID protocols, according to the WHL.
Western Conference-leading Everett decided not to make any moves and will go forward with its current pieces.
The 19-year-old center found the back of the net three times as U.S. Division-leading Everett won 6-3.
Everett fell behind 4-0 before scoring its first goal and was outshot 45 to 19.
Six different players scored as Everett rolled to another victory.
Everett rolls to a 6-2 win in its first game since Jan. 1.
In a normal year Everett would be considered a buyer, but this is anything but a normal year.
Everett joined 15 WHL clubs Friday in announcing a halt to team activities until next week.
The closure of the mountain passes forces Everett to call off Friday’s game with Spokane and Saturday’s and Sunday’s with Tri-City.
The WHL U.S. Division rivals will play on Feb. 26 at the home of the NHL’s Seattle Kraken.
Defensemen Olen Zellweger and Ronan Seeley, center Michal Gut and coach Dennis Williams are all back for Everett.
Everett scores twice in the final five minutes to force overtime, but can’t complete the big comeback in a 7-6 loss.
The Silvertips will likely be getting participants back earlier than expected after Wednesday’s announcement.
Alex Swetlikoff hit the game-winner in the extra period.
Everett was prolific on offense during a hot start but has cooled off while missing key players.
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Five different Everett players netted goals, including two apiece from Jacob Wright and Alex Swetlikoff.
Playing without 6 of its top 7 scorers, Everett snapped a 4-game losing streak with wins over Seattle and Spokane.