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Sam Fioretti had a hat trick and five points Saturday night, leading the Moose Jaw Warriors to a lopsided 9-0 win over Prince Albert.
The scoring started in the first period when Joel Edmundson knocked a Raider off the puck in the neutral zone; Tanner Eberle led a rush down the right Prince Albert boards then feathered a pass to Jordon Wyton for his third of the year at 11:13. On the power play two minutes later, Sam Fioretti fed Justin Kirsch a pass between the circles where he snapped the puck into the twine for his second to make it 2-0 Moose Jaw.
Fioretti went back to work in the second period scoring his team leading eighth of the year at 1:15, finishing a play started on a drive from Morgan Rielly. At 6:48 Rielly took a shot from inside the Raider left circle, the rebound was loose in the crease where Fioretti found it, scoring his second of the frame to make it 4-0. That goal spelled the end for Raiders goalie and former Warrior Luke Siemens who allowed four goals on 13 shots in less than 27 minutes of play.
In the third the Tribe controlled the game and the scoreboard, Brayden Point scored on the power play at 2:25 to make it 5-0, less than two minutes later Carter Hansen made it 6-0 on his third of the year. Fioretti scored his hat trick goal at 10:13 after receiving a beautiful pass from Rielly who drove down the Raider left wall. Justin Kirsch notched his second of the game at 12:39 of the third and then Joel Edmundson scored later in the frame to make it 9-0.
Fioretti ended the game with three goals and five points; Kirsch had two goals; Rielly finished with five assists; Tanner Eberle had three assists; Daniel Wapple made 32 saves to record his first WHL shutout; Moose Jaw finished 2-for-5 on the power play and 3-for-3 on the penalty kill.
The win improves the Warriors record to 4-3-0-1, they’ll return to action Sunday when they take on the Tri City Americans for the only time this season. Catch all the action with James Gallo on Country 100FM starting with the PreGame Show at 5:40pm.
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