The Kootenay ICE continue to fall flat in Saskatchewan this season.
The ICE were edged 4-3 in Prince Albert Thursday night as the Raiders scored at the 18:43 mark of the third period.
Kootenay forward Alec Baer tied the game roughly ten and a half minutes prior with his 22nd goal on the campaign.
— Kootenay ICE (@WHLKootenayICE) February 8, 2018
It was a back and forth affair as the ICE erased a two goal deficit to tie the game in the second however they were never able to gain the lead.
Kootenay was outshot 34-23, but held Prince Albert to just three shots in the final frame.
The loss is a fifth straight for the ICE, who are still winless in eight stops in the province of Saskatchewan thus far in 2017/18.
They’ll try to put an end to that streak when they visit the Regina Pats Friday.
– Kootenay ICE broadcaster Brant Hilton