Game Over

SCOTT FISHER -- Calgary Sun

, Last Updated: 9:05 AM ET

THREE STARS

1. BLAIR JONES, Warriors

2. BRODIE DUPONT, Hitmen

3. BRENNEN WRAY, Warriors

TURNING POINT:

Warriors sniper Blair Jones deflected a centring pass from Riley Holzapfel through the legs of Justin Pogge for the sudden-death winner.

HARDEST WORKER:

RW Derek LeBlanc had trouble with a bouncing puck much of the game but used his speed effectively throughout.

SCRATCHES:

HITMEN -- D Curtis Kelner, D Dylan Yeo (wrist, 6 weeks), LW Kris Deines (thumb, indefinite). WARRIORS -- D Jock Sutter, D Martin Grundling (forearm, day to day), RW Troy Brouwer (knee, day to day)

NOTABLES:

The Warriors boasted a .792 (27-6-2-1) winning percentage at Moose Jaw's 'Crushed Can' during the regular season. Only Medicine Hat (.819) was better on home ice ... The Hitmen, who were 1-1 in Moose Jaw this season, owned the second-best road record (23-12-0-1; .653) behind Vancouver (.694) ... The Warriors powerplay has been held off the sheet (0-for-7) this series while Calgary has gone 3-for-1.

UP NEXT:

The Hitmen travel to Moose Jaw for Games 3 and 4 Tuesday and Wednesday. Game 5 is at the 'Dome Friday (7 p.m.).


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