Game over

SCOTT FISHER, SUN MEDIA

, Last Updated: 9:15 AM ET

CALGARY HITMEN 2

EDMONTON OIL KINGS 1

HITMEN LEAD BEST-OF-SEVEN SERIES 2-0

SUN'S THREE STARS

1. G Torrie Jung, Oil Kings -- Faced 56 shots in heroic effort.

2. LW Kris Foucault, Hitmen -- Forced overtime with third-period equalizer.

3. RW Carson McMillan, Hitmen -- Co-captain was overtime hero.

REPORT CARD

Overall: B

Offence: D

Defence: A

Goaltending: A-

Powerplay: F

Penalty kill: B

UNSUNG HERO

Hitmen LW Kyle Bortis had a game-high nine shots and was the hardest-working player on the ice.

SAVE OF THE GAME

Oil Kings G Torrie Jung was under siege during a 20-shot first period. He shot out the left pad to stop RW Carson McMillan's redirection and then stretched the same pad out even further to rob C Brett Sonne on the rebound.

SCRATCHES

CALGARY -- D Austin Madaisky, RW Rigby Burgart, C Cody Sylvester, LW MacKenzie Royer.

EDMONTON -- RW Tomas Vincour (shoulder, day to day), D Adrian Van de Mosselaer (broken leg, season-ending), C Colton Stephenson, D Jesse Pearson, RW Craig McCallum.

NOTABLES

Former Hitmen G Dan Spence served up a 52-save shutout to lead the Sarnia Sting past the Plymouth Whalers in Game 1 of their OHL playoff series ... The Hitmen powerplay, which was tops in the WHL during the regular season at 30.2%, is just 2-12 (16.7%) in the series.

UP NEXT

TONIGHT: Game 3: Calgary Hitmen at Edmonton Oil Kings (7 p.m., fan960.com)


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