The Rhinos returned to El Paso for their first home game of 2018, rewarding their fans with a 13-0 shutout win over the Dallas Snipers.

Ten different Rhinos tallied goals as El Paso outshot the visitors, 71-7.

Fellow Saskatchewan natives, forward Chaseton Sare and defenseman J.C. Dubecky, and forward Leeam Tivers all scored twice in the win, while El Paso goalie Filip Krasanovsky notched his seventh shutout.

Maguire Blair, Nick Hames, Max Kamper, Dallas Klaassen, Jared Marquette, Jayden Ritchie and Austin Simpson also tallied goals for the hosts as the Rhinos continued their dominance in the Western States Hockey League's Mid-West Division.

El Paso improves to 35-1-1, becoming the first team in the WSHL to top 70 points. The Rhinos' 71 points paces the Mid-West by 10 points over second place Oklahoma City.

El Paso will play the Snipers twice more, Saturday night at 7 p.m. MST and Sunday afternoon at 4:30 p.m. MST.

For tickets and information, contact the Rhinos' front office at 915.479.PUCK (7825), or go to

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