Hurricanes Down Wheaties in Shootout; Earn Points in 11 Consecutive Games

The Lethbridge Hurricanes kept rolling Tuesday, coming back from a 2-0 deficit to beat the visiting Brandon Wheat Kings 4-3 in a shoot out.

When you're hot....you're hot.  The Lethbridge Hurricanes kept rolling Tuesday, coming back from a 2-0 deficit to beat the visiting Brandon Wheat Kings 4-3 in a shoot out. The Canes now have points in 11 straight games and continue as the WHL's hottest team. Egor Babenko, Matt Alfaro, and Tyler Wong scored for the Hurricanes during regulation play. The shots ended being even a 34-34. The victory improves the Hurricanes overall record to 29-15-4-3 in 51 games, two points back of third place Moose Jaw. The Canes will welcome the Warriors to Lethbridge on Saturday (Feb. 4). Before that though, an important Central Division game Wednesday (Feb.1) as Lethbridge heads up Highway 2 to take on the Rebels in Red Deer. - Pat Siedlecki

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