The Moose Jaw WINMAR AAA Warriors dropped their fourth game in their last five outings, after a tough 7-6 overtime road loss to the Tisdale Trojans on Thursday night.

With the loss, the Warriors have yet to win a road game this season. They still do get a point, which brings their record to 4-6-0-3 on the season, which sits them eighth in the league standings.

Grady Hoffman and Jake Briltz led the way for Moose Jaw with both earning multi-point games. Hoffman had a goal and two assists, while Briltz earned himself two goals on the night.

Fans at the Tisdale Recplex were treated to an offensive show, as a combined 93 shots were on net, and 13 goals were scored.

Within the first 8:42 of the first period, five goals were already scored.

Pryce Thiessen got things started as he one-timed it home on a two-on-one not even three minutes into the game.

Yorkton’s Grady Hoffman would get the visitors on the board, as he was able to snap one past the glove of Lane Beal to tie the game at 1-1. Drew Fleger got the lone assist on the goal.

Twenty-eight seconds later Briltz would get one of his two goals on the evening after he came off the goal line and snuck it between the pads of Beal to make it 2-1 Moose Jaw. Hoffman picked up the assist and his second point of the game.

Back came the Trojans though, Carter Ralston would tie the game beating starter Ryan Bain to make it 2-2.

A few minutes late, Matthew Van Blaricom would come down on an odd-man rush and rifle it past the glove of Bain give the Trojans the 3-2 lead.

That’s how the first period would end with Tisdale having the 3-2 lead. Moose Jaw would lead 17-14 after 20 minutes.

All three goals in the second period would come on the powerplay. First, it would be Briltz picking up his second of the game as he floated it above the glove of Beal and found the back of the net to tie the game at 3-3 early into the second period.

Tisdale would capitalize on their first powerplay of the game. Dayton Reschny would score with eight and half minutes into the second period to take the lead 4-3. They weren’t done there, as Simon Martin earned himself a powerplay goal with 56 seconds left in the period to take a 5-3 lead into the second intermission.

Shots after 40 minutes favoured Moose Jaw 28-25.

The start of the third period was all Moose Jaw, as they battled their way back. It all started at the 3:01 mark of the frame – Austin Woodley would get his first of the season and beat Beal high glove side in the slot to bring Moose Jaw within one. Hoffman would pick up the assist on the goal.

Rhett Perrin would tie the game at 5-5 with his third goal of the season and shift the momentum in Moose Jaw’s favour.

Then the Warriors would take the 6-5 lead 50 seconds later after Wyatt LaCoste would be sprung on a shorthanded breakaway and backhand it upstairs and would silence the crowd at the Recplex.

But like they have all game Tisdale would find a way to come back and tie the game once again off the stick of Ryder Mucha who would slide it under the pads of Bain to make it 6-6.

That’s how regulation would end and for the second time this season, these two teams would head to extra time.

In the three-on-three overtime period, with a minute left Parker Dunn would be the hero beating Bain over the glove to leave with the 7-6 overtime win.

Ryan Bain would make 34 saves in the loss, while his counterpart Beal would stop 46 of 52 shots in the win.

These two teams will go head-to-head for game two on Remembrance Day at 4:30 p.m. at the Tisdale Recplex.