Brayden Low scored 3:26 into overtime to give the Everett Silvertips a 4-3 victory over the Seattle Thunderbirds before 5,183 at the ShoWare Center in Kent on Saturday night.
Seattle scored the first two goals on power plays before the Silvertips rallied.
Carson Stadnyk tied the score at 2-2 just 1:02 before the end of the second period.
He then gave Everett a 3-2 lead 5:16 into the third period.
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Branden Troock tied the score five minutes later as the T-birds peppered Everett goaltender Daniel Cotton with 21 shots in the period.
Low then scored just his second goal of the season on an assist from Cole MacDonald for the winner in overtime.
Cotton made 39 saves for Everett.
Danny Mumaugh had 37 saves for Seattle.
• Whitworth used a 16-2 second-half run for an 83-78 nonconference women’s basketball victory at Northwest University.
Trailing 52-46, the Pirates outscored the Eagles 16-2 to take a 62-54 lead.
Northwest made a late run to get to 79-78 with 18 second remaining. But Lexie Zappone made two free throws, giving Whitworth an 81-78 lead, and the Pirates (6-3) got two more free throws.
Northwest (9-6) got 16 points each from Domi Mendezona and Sanda Milovic, who also had nine rebounds. Jordan Asher scored 15 points and Chanara Greene scored 14.
Kayla Johnson paced the Pirates (6-3) with 24 points. Whitworth’s KC McConnell scored 16 of her 18 points in the second half.
The Eagles shot 53 percent in the second half to help keep things close and outrebounded Whitworth 41-36.
From sports-information reports.