Logan McCutcheon says first WHL goal is ‘lifelong dream’
With only a handful of games left in the WHL regular season, the Lethbridge Hurricanes are looking to finish the season strong.
On Saturday the Canes were beaten by the Calgary Hitmen 7-2, but rebounded Sunday against Calgary 4-1. Logan McCutcheon opened the scoring for the Hurricanes, his first Western Hockey League goal.
“It feels amazing, it’s kind of lifelong dream to score your first WHL goal, and now that i’ve finally got it, it’s just an incredible feeling,” says McCutcheon “it’s (exciting) it’s something i’ve always wanted to do. It finally happened. It’s just incredible”.
Head coach Brent Kisio shared his reaction to McCutcheon’s first goal “He was real good. He’s been so good all year long. He’s getting better and better,” adds Kisio “he’s so smart offensively and he’s getting better defensively. He’s good with his feet, and his hockey sense is elite”.
The Hurricanes have just 4 games left on the season, and will play the Medicine Hat Tigers on Thursday at the ENMAX centre.