The Swift Current Broncos were shutout in the opening game of their B.C. Division road trip on Tuesday in a 4-0 loss to the host Kamloops Blazers.
Rookie Rayce Ramsay stopped all 23 shots he faced for his first Western Hockey League win and shutout.
Reece Klassen took the loss despite making 41 saves for the Broncos, who lost for a fourth consecutive outing.
Orrin Centazzo scored twice, while Martin Lang and Josh Pillar also scored for the Blazers.
The Broncos finished zero-for-three on the power play, while the Blazers connected once on five man-advantages.
The Broncos dropped to 2-5-0-1, while Kamloops improved to 6-4-0-0 with their third straight win.
The Broncos will continue their five-game road trip on Wednesday when they visit the Kelowna Rockets.
Bronco Bits: 2019 first round pick Mathew Ward made his WHL debut in his hometown with the Broncos. Ward has 16 points in eight games with the West Van Academy Warriors in the Canadian Midget Prep League this season.