Rockets ground Tri-City

Tomas Soustal and Kole Lind get two points each in WHL victory Wednesday in Kennewick, Wash.

Kelowna Rockets defenseman Braydyn Chizen battles Tri-City's Austyn Playfair in WHL action Wednesday in Kennewick

On the heels of one of their best efforts of the season, there was no letdown for the Kelowna Rockets.

Kole Lind and Tomas Soustal each had a goal and an assist to lead the Rockets to a convincing 4-1 victory Wednesday night over the hometown Tri-City Americans.

The Rockets, who defeated the CHL’s top team, the Regina Pats, on Saturday night, were in control from start to finish, outshooting the Ams 45-21.

Lind’s second-period goal was his team-leading 14th of the season.

Rookie Nolan Foote and Jordan Borstmayer, with the game winner, also scored foe the Rockets, now 15-11-0 on the season.

Michael Herringer made 20 saves in the Kelowna net.

The Rockets will be in Spokane Friday to take on the Chiefs.

 

 

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