Good teams find ways to win games, even when they don't play their best.
That's exactly what the Saskatoon Blades did on Friday night against the visiting Lethbridge Hurricanes.
16 year old Ryan Olsen ended up scoring the lone goal in the shootout as the Blades won 4-3 at CUC.
It was a come from behind victory for Saskatoon, as they trailed 3-1 during the 2nd period. Saskatoon got a goal from Curtis Hamilton near the end of the 2nd to cut it to 3-2. Then, with 4:30 remaining in the 3rd, Duncan Siemens got his first of the year on the powerplay to tie things up.
Saskatoon's other goal came from Ryan Olsen in the first period, his first career WHL point.
Lethbridge got goals from forwards Mitch Maxwell and Mark Reners. Defenseman and captain Mike Reddington had the third goal.
Brandon Anderson make 33 saves in a losing cause, while Adam Morrison made 24 saves in regulation, and three stops in the shootout to earn the win.
Saskatoon welcomes the Medicine Hat Tigers to town Saturday night at CUC. Med Hat is coming off a 9-2 romp of the Prince Albert Raiders Friday night, and are obviously rolling on all cylinders.