Outhouse records 100th career win; sets franchise record with WHL’s Royals

He is the first to do so in franchise history and the 16th in WHL history to record 100 wins

Griffen Outhouse of Likely has set yet another Western Hockey League record.

The Victoria Royals goaltender recorded his 100th career WHL regular season win Saturday night in a 4-2 doubling of the Vancouver Giants.

He is the first goaltender to do so in franchise history and just the 16th netminder in WHL history to record 100 wins.

He also holds the Royals record for most victories in a single season — 35 victories during the 2017/18 season.

Outhouse and the Royals are currently in third place in the WHL’s B.C. Division and sixth place in the Western Conference with 15 wins, 13 losses and an overtime loss.

READ MORE: Outhouse sets franchise history with Royals

In 23 games played this season Outhouse has posted a 2.65 goals against average, a .918 save percentage and has 13 wins, nine losses and an overtime loss.



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