GAME RECAP: Berezowski sets record, Tips grab point in 6-5 overtime loss in Kent
KENT, Wash. — Jackson Berezowski became the Silvertips’ all-time leading goal-scorer Friday night in a back-and-forth affair that resulted in a 6-5 overtime win for the Seattle Thunderbirds.
Austin Roest opened the scoring 7:34 into the first period with his 27th goal of the season, answered in the first by a Kyle Crnkovic short-handed tally. Seattle jumped to a 3-1 advantage in the second period with goals by Coster Dunn and Nico Myatovic.
Berezowski netted his record-setting 113th career goal at 13:16, banging in a rebound to bring the Silvertips to within one. The goal catapults Berezowski past Patrick Bajkov for the franchise all-time lead, accomplished in 252 career games to Bajkov’s 342. He would strike for a second time in the game just 13 seconds into the third period, evening up the score at three with his 32nd goal of the season.
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Kevin Korchinski restored the Seattle lead at 3:08, only to be answered by a Roan Woodward penalty shot goal at 4:15. Though Brad Lambert scored a powerplay goal at 10:38 to again give the T-Birds an advantage, Beau Courtney evened the score at 5-5 with a tally at 13:16, sending the game to overtime.
Brad Lambert netted the game-winner 54 seconds into the 3-on-3 overtime period.