Luke Lee-Knight made 32 saves as the Tri-City Americans earned a 6-1 Western Hockey League victory over the Everett Silvertips before 3,143...
EVERETT — Luke Lee-Knight made 32 saves as the Tri-City Americans earned a 6-1 Western Hockey League victory over the Everett Silvertips before 3,143 at Comcast Arena on Tuesday night.
Lee-Knight had stopped 23 shots before Manraj Hayer’s goal ended the shutout 5:54 into the third period.
Brian Williams, Michal Plutnar, Parker Bowles and Mitch Topping each had one goal and one assist for the Americans. Justin Gutierrez and Jesse Mychan also scored.
Everett’s Austin Lotz saved 38 of 44 shots.
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