Game Preview – Game 33 at Lethbridge


RAIDER REVIEW: After a nearly two-week absence, the Raiders (13-17-1-1) are back in action tonight in Lethbridge against the Hurricanes (13-13-2-0). On Sunday in Prince Albert, the Raiders picked up a 5-2 win over the Edmonton Oil Kings in their first game of 2022. Evan Herman recorded his second hat trick of the season, while Keaton Sorensen added a goal and an assist. Tikhon Chaika picked up his seventh win.


Sat. Feb. 12 at PA

Sat. Oct. 23 at LET | 5-3 L

Tues. March 8 at PA

Fri. Jan. 14 at LET

PA PP: 1/6 (16.7%)

LET PP: 3/7 (42.9%)

Series Leader:

Evan Herman (2pts)

Series Leader:

Three Players Tied (3 pts)


Goals — Evan Herman (13)

Assists — Ozzy Wiesblatt (20)

Points — Ozzy Wiesblatt (28)

Power-Play Goals —   Evan Herman (5)

Shorthanded Goals — Ozzy Wiesblatt (2)

Game-Winning Goals — K. Sorensen & S. Stanick (2)

Penalty Minutes — Trevor Thurston (58)

Plus/Minus — Carson Latimer (+9)

Wins — Tikhon Chaika (7)

Goals-Against Average — Tikhon Chaika (2.90)

Save Percentage — Tikhon Chaika (0.895)

HERMAN’S HATTY: Evan Herman’s hat trick was the fourth by a Raider this season. Herman has claim to two of those hat tricks, with Vladislav Shilo and Sloan Stanick recording the others. Both of Herman’s and Shilo’s hat trick have come in the past seven games. Herman extended his career high in goals to 13 this year and is five points shy of matching his best offensive output set in the 2019-20 season.

MULTI-POINT MAN: Keaton Sorensen picked up his fourth multi-point night of the season on Sunday with a goal and an assist. The Red Deer, Alta. product is one goal and one point shy of matching his career bests of seven goals and 14 points set during his rookie season with his hometown Rebels in 2019-20.

NEW CAREER HIGH: With an assist in Sunday’s win over the Edmonton Oil Kings, Remy Aquilon set a new career high for points in a season with 17, besting his total set during last year’s season in the Hub Centre. The Kelowna, B.C. product has 15 helpers this season, which tied his career high from last year’s campaign.

STREAKING: Ozzy Wiesblatt extended his scoring streak to six games, which is a Raiders season high. Over his current six-game streak, the San Jose Sharks prospect has two goals and six assists.

ROSTER MOVES: The Raiders added 2004-born goaltender Max Hildebrand to the roster. The Martensville, Sask. product was a 13th round selection of the Raiders in the 2019 WHL Prospects Draft. He spent the first half of the season with the SJHL’s Flin Flon Bombers.

UP NEXT: The Raiders continue their road trip in Alberta tomorrow afternoon in Calgary against the Hitmen. Game time is 2:30 p.m. CT. The next Raiders’ home game is on Friday, January 21 against the Winnipeg ICE.



Dec. 18 at SAS | 4-1 W

Jan. 15/22 at Calgary

Dec. 27 vs. SAS | 4-1 L

Jan. 17/22 at Red Deer

Dec. 29 vs. RD | 8-6 L

Jan. 18/22 at Edmonton

Dec. 30 at SAS | 6-4 L

Jan. 21/22 vs. Winnipeg

Jan. 2 vs. EDM | 5-2 W

Jan. 22/22 vs. Medicine Hat

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