Tyson Baillie's goal five minutes into overtime gave Kelowna a 3-2 win over the Seattle Thunderbirds for a historic comeback win in their WHL playoff series
KELOWNA, B.C. — Tyson Baillie’s third goal, five minutes into overtime, gave Kelowna a 3-2 win over the Seattle Thunderbirds Wednesday for a historic comeback win in their Western Hockey League playoff series.
The Rockets became only the second team to rally from a 3-0 series deficit to advance, taking the series 4-3. They play Kamloops in the seven-game Western Conference semifinals.
Five of seven games in the Seattle-Kelowna series went to overtime. The T-birds looked finished late in Game 7, but Luke Lockhart’s goal tied it with seven seconds left in regulation.
Evan Wardley had put the T-birds ahead 1-0 in the second period, but Baillie tied it with goals in the second and third periods.
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From sports-information reports.