Kennewick, Wash – Portland Winterhawks Ty Rattie had 1 goal and 3 assists in a 5-2 win over the Kootenay ICE in WHL preseason action on Friday night.
Both ICE goals came on the power-play from Spencer Wand and Eric Benoit, while Wyatt Hoflin made 47 saves.
The ICE trailed 2-0 late in the first period when Spencer Wand scored a powerplay goal on the rush with a wrist shot that beat the goalie on the glove side.
At one point during the 2nd period the ICE were outshot 15-2 with their 2 shots on a 3-on-1 (Sam Reinhart shot) and a breakaway (Eric Benoit).
Also that period Wyatt Hoflin made 2 amazing saves in turning away Derrick Pouliot and Nic Petan.
ICE tied the game 2-2 on a powerplay deflection by Eric Benoit off a point shot by Matthew Thomas.
Portland added a late 2nd period goal and 2 more in the 3rd period for the win.
The ICE will play their third game in 3 days as they play Everett tomorrow afternoon.
ICE Scratches – Tanner Muth, Jagger Dirk, Mike Simpson, Dylen McKinlay, Douglas Morris, Luke Philp, Jordyn Boyd, Drew Czerwonka, Brock Montgomery.
Kootenay 0-2-0-0 Portland 3-1-0-0
1. Portland, Peters (Rattie, Petan) 4:54 pp
2. Portland, Bjorkstrand (Wotherspoon, Rattie) 13:41
3. Kootenay, Wand 16:13 pp
Penalties – Benoit Ktn (slashing) 4:41, Wand Ktn (hooking) 7:45, Baker Port (interference) 15:18, Alldridge Port (high sticking) 19:44.
4. Kootenay, Benoit (Thomas, Cable) 18:18 pp
5. Portland, Rattie (Wotherspoon, Texeira) 19:49
Penalties – Pearce Ktn (high sticking) 13:48, Alldridge Port (interference) 16:25, Baker Port Martin Ktn (unsportsmanlike) 18:58.
6. Portland, Turgeon (Kopeck, Pouliot) 6:54
7. Portland, Turgeon 2 (Rattie, Bjorkstrand) 12:43 pp
Penalties – Faith Ktn (cross checking) 10:55, Alldridge Port Faith Ktn (unsportsmanlike) 12:46, Bittner Port (slashing) 13:04.
Shots on goal by
Portland - 17 – 18 – 17 = 52
Kootenay – 6 – 6 – 12 = 24
Goal (shots-saves) – Portland: Brendan Burke (24-22) Kootenay: Wyatt Hoflin (L 0-1-0-0) (52-47)
Power plays (goals-chances) – Portland: 2/4 Kootenay: 2/4
Referees – Mike Campbell, Jason Cramer
Linesmen – Anthony Guzzo, Trevor Shively