Hitmen snap losing skid with win in Kamloops

Hitmen snap losing skid with win in Kamloops
Hitmen snap losing skid with win in Kamloops
After Smith’s penalty expired, he forced a rare turnover on Jake Bean, springing loose into the Hitmen zone.Should we create our own WHL Player or Goalie of the week/month?

“It’s got to be the second-tier guys and the young guys that have got to step up and have more urgency in their game.”

Smith would like to surface with a few victories the next time he sees them.

The Blazers stuffed in a late goal off the stick of Quinn Benjafield to cut the lead in half, but that was as close as they would get, as their franchise-record worst start grew to 0-9-0-0.The Hitmen won’t have the luxury to take on another floundering team when they wrap up their B.C. road trip Oct. 13 in Kelowna, when they take on the second place Rockets (4-1-0-1).

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Kamloops is not slated to play at home again until Oct. 27, when Everett comes to town.

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