Before leaving Portland, the Winterhawks had amassed a six-game winning streak, one that saw the power of the Kieffer Bellows, Cody Glass and Skyler McKenzie line. The three combined for most of the points during the string of wins and Cole Kehler shut the door on the opposition while in net for the Hawks. Despite being hundreds of miles from their home base in Portland, the swing allowed many families of the players to visit with their sons as many are Canadian based.
Cole Kehler, who started this season as the team’s overage goaltender, has shown exactly why the Portland Winterhawks have him as their starting netminder. Since dropping three in a row, the Hawks have bounced back with five straight wins and show no signs of slowing down. Kehler started the week as the WHL and CHL Goaltender of the Week, his second recognition of the year as he allowed just three goals in as many games and was awarded the first star of the game on all three starts.
After a tough three game slide ending the month of October, it’s another three for the Portland Winterhawks to start the month of November, this time in the win column. With a tough home battle with the Prince George Cougars, who had blanked the Hawks in early October, and matches on the road with the Spokane Chiefs, whom they had beaten early in the season, and Everett, who had sneaked by the Hawks just the week prior, it was proving to be a tall test.
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Selecting a term
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