By Annie Fowler | Tri-City Herald
Good teams find a way to win.
Saturday night The Tri-City Americans used a 22-save performance by Eric Comrie, solid defense and a goal and two assists by Justin Feser to beat the top-ranked Kamloops Blazers 4-2 before a crowd of 4,450 at Toyota Center.
“The first thing I look at is the 24 shots on goal,” Tri-City coach Jim Hiller said. “That is a dynamic offensive team. That is hard work. They are good and we know what it feels like when you are that good. People enjoy beating you.”
The Americans (13-7-1-1, 28 points) have won three of their last four games and are tied for second with Spokane in the U.S. Division, three points behind Portland, which beat the Chiefs 9-1 on Saturday.