ROYALS FALL TO WARRIORS
Victoria upended by Moose Jaw 7-4; Tyler Soy ties the all-time franchise scoring record.
For Immediate Release
Tuesday, November 28, 2017
Moose Jaw, SK- The Victoria Royals dropped a 7-4 decision to the Moose Jaw Warriors, despite Soy tying the franchise’s all-time scoring mark, on Tuesday night at Mosaic Place.
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Royals – Jared Legien 2g-0a, Matthew Phillips 1g-0a, Jeremy Masella 1g-0a, Mitchell Prowse 0g-2a, Dante Hannoun 0g-2a, Tyler Soy 0g-1a, Tarun Fizer 0g-1a, Ryan Peckford 0g-1a.
Moose Jaw – Justin Almeida 3g-1a, Brett Howden 1g-3a, Jayden Halbgewachs 2g-1a, Tanner Jeannot 1g-3a, Brayden Burke 0g-2a, Chase Hartje 0g-1a, Oleg Sosunov 0g-1a, Josh Brook 0g-1a.
Royals – Griffen Outhouse (L) – 58:43 Min, 29 saves on 35 shots
Moose Jaw – Brody Willms (W) – 60:00 Min, 18 saves on 22 shots
Royals – 1/5=20.0%
Moose Jaw – 1/3=33.3%
Record Tying Tyler – With an assist tonight, Royals’ veteran Tyler Soy tied the all-time franchise record for most career points with 264 (124g-140a) in 280 contests. Former Royal and Chilliwack Bruin Brandon Magee holds the record as he totalled 264 points (113g-151a) over 318 games.
Dante’s Inferno – Victoria’s Dante Hannoun recorded his 100th career WHL assist in the middle frame.
Five Alive – With his marker, Matthew Phillips has tallied points in five straight contests, where he has recorded nine points (5g-4a) in that span.
On the Road Again – Over the course of this four-game road trip, the Royals will travel a total of 3,653 kilometres through Saskatchewan’s Moose Jaw and Swift Current and Alberta’s Medicine Hat and Lethbridge.
First of Many – Royals’ defender Jeremy Masella scored his first career WHL goal, while forward Tarun Fizer tallied his first WHL point on the same marker.
Up Next – The Royals will continue their four-game road tomorrow night in Swift Current to take on the Broncos with puck drop set for 5:00 p.m. Pacific Standard Time.
Home Sweet Home – The Royals return home on Friday, December 8th versus the Kootenay ICE for the seventh annual Teddy Bear Toss Night. Puck drop is scheduled for 7:05 p.m Pacific Standard Time. This event is one of the most popular games of the season and fans are encouraged to secure their seats in advance. Tickets can be purchased in person at the Select Your Tickets box office, over the phone by calling 250-220-7777, or online at www.selectyourtickets.com.