Flyers & Pistons earn road wins to tie up their respective series

Photo: Kelly Kocur Jacobson

Andrew Awesome in Flyers win | Series Tied 2-2
Dalton Andrew scored the overtime winner capping off a very impressive four-point night helping the Winkler Flyers even the best of 7 series at 2-2. It’s the fourth consecutive game that the road team has come out on top. Andrew assisted on the first two Flyers goal then added a third period marker before sealing the victory in overtime. Zach Nicolas picked up a goal and assisted on the game winner. Eric Reid was once again solid in the crease for Virden as the netminder made 40 saves, 17 of which came in the first period alone. Josh Lehto continued his strong playoffs picking up a goal and an assist. It’s now a best of 3 heading back to Winkler for game 5 on Saturday night, puck drop at 7:00 pm.

Captain Chambers Clutch | Series Tied 2-2
Steinbach captain Leo Chambers scored twice in the third period and added a pair of assists as the 20-year-old’s four-point night helped the Pistons even their series at 2-2. Special teams were massive for the visitors as they converted on 2 of 3 power play chances while killing off all 3 penalties they took. Cole Plowman had a statement game in the crease for Steinbach as the 20-year-old made several clutch saves with his team hanging on to a one goal lead before Chambers sealed it with an empty netter. Quincy Supprien scored again for the Blizzard as the rookie sensation now has goals in back-to-back games. The series shifts back to La Broquerie for game 5 on Saturday night with the drop of the puck at 7:00 pm.