By Annie Fowler | Tri-City Herald
The Prince George Cougars, six points out of a playoff position, are starving for points, but they didn’t find any at Toyota Center.
Playing his 300th consecutive regular-season game, Justin Feser handed out three assists in leading the Tri-City Americans to a 5-2 victory Wednesday night over Prince George before a crowd of 3,510.
“Things just kind of fell into place for me tonight,” said Feser, who ranks second all-time in the WHL behind Dwayne Newman, who played 311 consecutive games (1988-92). “My linemates (Malte Strömwall and Jesse Mychan) created chances for me.”
Luke Lee-Knight finished with 42 saves for Tri-City (30-19-1-2, 61 points), which moved to within a point of fourth-place Spokane in the Western Conference standings.