Portland downs Everett 7-5 behind four goals from Brendan Leipsic
Brendan Leipsic scored four goals, and Troy Rutkowski scored the winner with less then four minutes left as the Portland Winterhawks earned...
PORTLAND — Brendan Leipsic scored four goals, and Troy Rutkowski scored the winner with less then four minutes left as the Portland Winterhawks earned a 7-5 victory over the Everett Silvertips in a Western Hockey League game Tuesday night at Veterans Memorial Coliseum.
Trent Lofthouse gave Everett a 5-4 lead, but Leipsic scored his fourth goal at 16:09 of the third period and Rutkowski snapped the tie just 40 seconds later.
With the Silvertips leading 4-1, Leipsic scored three goals in the second period to tie the score.
Manraj Hayer, Dawson Leedahl, Kohl Bauml and Ty Mappin also scored goals for Everett.
Reid Petryk had three assists for Everett.
Seth Jones had three assists for Portland.
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