SUN THREE STARS:
1. Daniel Spence, Hitmen -- Picked up his first WHL win with decent effort between the pipes.
2. Shaun Landolt, Hitmen -- Got the Hitmen's first goal and continued his history of playing well against the Raiders.
3. Kyle Chipchura, Raiders -- Scored the lone Raiders goal and was a constant offensive threat.
Calgary's Dustin Kohn's lucky, pinball goal that was redirected in front of the Raiders net in the second period turned out to be the game winner.
Blueliner Darryl Yacboski was solid for the Hitmen making big hits, got into a fight and played great defence.
SAVE OF THE GAME:
Hitmen goalie Daniel Spence robbed Jeremy Colliton with a brilliant save in the second period. The rookie netminder came across his crease from left to right and got his right pad on Colliton's one-timer as the Raiders looked for a powerplay goal.
HIT OF THE GAME:
Hitmen D Darryl Yacboski levelled Raiders F Jeremy Colliton in the first with a huge hit in front of the Hitmen crease, sending Colliton sprawling into the boards.
Hitmen D Darryl Yacboski and Raiders D Evan Schafer went at it in the second and the Hitmen blueliner got the best of his opponent with a flurry of rights in what was a good scrap.
Hitmen D Andy Rogers (ankle) is still listed as day-to-day; F Darryl Moscaluk (back spasms) and F Isaac Reid (healthy) did not suit up ... Raiders F Mike Hellyer (leg) is day-to-day and F Josh Elder (knee) is out indefinitely.
The Moose Jaw Warriors (0-9-2), winless heading into last night's game against Medicine Hat, have parted ways with GM Rick Dorman, according to the FAN 960 ... Rookie Hitmen G Daniel Spence made his second career WHL start yesterday ... Hitmen F Ryan Getzlaf is still seeking his first powerplay goal of the season.