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The Portland Winterhawks' Tri-City Americans: A Preview, Updates, and Chat, and How to Watch the stream

The Portland Winterhawks' Tri-City Americans: A Preview, Updates, and Chat, and How to Watch the stream

What: In Western Hockey League action, the (18-11-3-1) takes on the (10-17-4).

When: Saturday, January 15, 6pm


Watch: You can stream the game on the go.

Listen: and audio.


The Portland Winterhawks defeated Seattle Thunderbirds 4-3 in overtime as they fell behind to their third place in the Western Conference. And they are having a real chance of being ahead of them after Sunday.

2022-Jaydon Dureau (182 games)
1911-Robbie Fromm-Delorme (160)
18-Tyson Kozak (123)
71-Cross Hanas (168)
189-Aidan Litke (39)
13-James Stefan (88)
16-Gabe Klassen (82)
21-Jonah Bevington (28)
67-Dawson Pasternak (31)
92-Jack OBrien (94)
1717-Luke Schelter (35)
19-Kyle Chyzowski (53)
72-Marcus Nguyen (49)
1615-Nicholas Johnson (1)
28-Josh Zakreski (3)

Portland will likely be without Hanas after a game against Seattle. There's an outside chance he'll get off, but he'll likely get at least one game.

Stefan has expanded his scoring ability to 6 games.

Kozak (34 points/33 games), Stefan (33/33), Hanas (30/30), Klassen (29/33), and Dureau (26/19) are the leading players.

2058-Clay Hanus (228)
1923-Kurtis Smythe (83)
186-Ryan McCleary (46)
178-Josh Mori (10)
26-Marek Alscher (29)
43-Ryder Thompson (40)
73-Luca Cagnoni (38)
1614-Rhett Ravndahl (0)

On Friday, the defensemen will be looking to recover from a tough game.

Hanus (28/33), Cagnoni (18/28), and McCleary (12/28) are other distinguished defensemen.

2035-Taylor Gauthier (168)
1931-Dante Giannuzzi (57)

Giannuzzi will probably get the start tonight. He has won four in a row with a.928 save percentage.

Giannuzzi.889, Gauthier.928 save percentages

After going down 4-0 after a period, Tri-City scored 3 goals in the 2nd and 2nd, finishing the day off with a goal from Jake Sloan. The Ams finished the game on 2:35 left, with 4 postponed games.

2012-Samuel Huo (243)
19-Connor Bouchard (251)
34-Sasha Mutala (253)
1939-Ethan Ernst (149)
1883-Petr Moravec (31)
22-Parker Bell (91)
23-Tyson Greenway (101)
1711-Andrew Fan (0)
18-Dwayne Jean Jr. (29)
60-Elouann Lemonnier (11)
27-Rhett Melnyk (50)
15-Jake Sloan (51)
169-Drew Freer (23)
24-Deagan McMillan (27)
25-Tanner Gould (5)

Both Sloan and Bell have both been warm, with four-game point streaks.

Bell (27/30), Sloan (25/31), Huo (23/23), Greenway (20/31), and Bouchard (19/31).

194-Ian Ferguson (78)
1837-Alex Serraglio (36)
7-Carson Haynes (33)
44-Chase Friedt-Mohr (24)
47-Chase Friedt-Mohr (24)
6-Bryson Andregg (31)
28-Marc Lajoie (116)
173-Ben Feenan (32)
162-Lukas Dragicevic (33)

Dragicevic (20/27), Lajoie (15/31), and Serraglio (6/30) are the leading defensemen.

181-Tomas Suchanek (12)
1735-Nick Avakyan (13)

Suchanek.895, Avakyan.866.

Goal difference+14-53
Goals allowed/game3.24.73.4
Power play20.4%16.3%21.4%
Penalty kill81.4%73.1%78.6%
Power plays for/game4.54.74.1
Power plays against/game4.24.34.1
Outshooting opponents20-135-26
Score, last 10 games45-2436-53
Score, last 20 games86-5968-97

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