Game over

CAMERON MAXWELL -- Calgary Sun

, Last Updated: 9:10 AM ET

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.

TURNING POINT:

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.

HARDEST WORKER:

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.

FIGHT CARD:

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.

SCRATCHES:

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.

NOTABLES:

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.


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