- The Medicine Hat Tigers outplayed the Red Deer Rebels in a 4-2 win
- The Tigers scored all their goals from close range, dominating in front of the net
- Rebels head coach Derrick Walser expressed frustration with his team's defensive play
The Medicine Hat Tigers dominated the Red Deer Rebels in a 4-2 win, scoring all of their goals from close range. The Rebels struggled to defend their net area, allowing the Tigers to capitalize on their chances. The Tigers’ Cayden Lindstrom was the standout player, scoring two goals including the game-winner. Despite outshooting their opponents, the Rebels couldn’t convert their chances into goals. The loss drops the Rebels to 1-2 for the season, while the Tigers remain undefeated at 3-0.
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