WHL Roundup: Hurricanes use early momentum to take down league-leading Ice

Rookie netminder Harrison Meneghin made an impressive 36 saves as the Lethbridge Hurricanes used an early lead to defeat the WHL-leading Winnipeg Ice 2-1 on Tuesday.

Tristan Zandee and Tyson Zimmer scored for Lethbridge (12-9-0-1). Brayden Edwards recorded two assists.

Ty Nash replied for Winnipeg (20-2-0), which had its 15-game winning streak snapped. Mason Beaupit stopped 37-of-39 shots.

Zandee opened the scoring with a power-play marker 6:14 into the first. Zimmer doubled the Hurricanes’ lead at 18:20 of the frame.

After a scoreless second, Nash cut into the deficit with a goal 1:28 into the third for the Ice.

Lethbridge went 1 for 5 on the power play while Winnipeg finished 0 for 3.

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