HITMEN SWEEP WEEKEND SET WITH OIL KINGS, EARN 4-2 VICTORY
The Calgary Hitmen won their third consecutive game overall after earning a 4-2 win over the Edmonton Oil Kings. Hitmen defenceman Travis Sanheim recorded three points (1g-2a) to be named the game’s second star. Calgary outshot Edmonton 40-19 in the contest and finished 2/4 on their power play opportunities.
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BRONCOS 1, RAIDERS 2 (OT)
Jesse Lees was the hero for the Prince Albert Raiders as his overtime marker gave his Club the 2-1 nod over the Swift Current Broncos. Raiders goaltender Rylan Parenteau was productive as he turned aside 39 shots to earn first star honours.
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PATS 5, WARRIORS 1
The Regina Pats swept the weekend set with the Moose Jaw Warriors after a 5-1 take down on Saturday night. Pats forwards Austin Wagner, Lane Zablocki and Adam Brooks combined for nine points (3g-6a) to lead the offence.
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BLADES 1, WHEAT KINGS 8
The Brandon Wheat Kings dominated from the start, outshooting the Saskatoon Blades 22-3 in the first period en route to a six-goal frame and an 8-1 victory. Stelio Mattheos and Ivan Provorov each netted two goals to lead the offence. It was a chippy affair as the two Clubs combined to gather 108 minutes in penalties.
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HURRICANES 1, REBELS 6
The Red Deer Rebels got their revenge on the Lethbridge Hurricanes as they collected a 6-1 blowout win. Red Deer took advantage of the second period as they clicked for five goals, including power play markers from Adam Helewka and Brandon Hagel. Special teams played a major role for the Rebels with their penalty kill not allowing a goal in seven times short-handed.
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TIGERS 3, ICE 4
Despite being outshot by a wide 59-24 margin, the Kootenay ICE snapped a 13-game losing streak by beating the Medicine Hat Tigers 4-3. River Beattie notched a goal and an assist while goaltender Wyatt Hoflin was deservingly named the game’s first star after making 56 saves. The ICE killed off all seven Tigers’ power plays.
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GIANTS 1, BLAZERS 2 (SO)
Jake Kryski scored the lone goal in a shootout to help the Kamloops Blazers skate to their seventh straight victory with a 2-1 decision over the Vancouver Giants. Connor Ingram continues his stellar play in the Kamloops goal as he turned aside 30 of 31 shots to claim second star mentions. Vancouver has lost nine in a row.
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THUNDERBIRDS 3, WINTERHAWKS 2
The Seattle Thunderbirds won their 10th in a row as they edged the Portland Winterhawks 3-2. Thunderbirds forward Donovan Neuls notched two points (1g-1a), including the eventual game winner that he scored late in the middle frame. Winterhawks goaltender Adin Hill was solid in stopping 44 shots, albeit in a losing cause.
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SILVERTIPS 1, AMERICANS 4
Nicholas Sanders was consistent as the young netminders made 25 saves to lead the Tri-City Americans to a 4-1 win over the Everett Silvertips. Americans defenceman Brandon Carlo scored the opening goal at the 16:40 mark of the first period which marked his third of the campaign.
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ROCKETS 6, CHIEFS 1
The Kelowna Rockets demonstrated a balanced offensive attack as six skaters found the back of the net in their 6-1 victory against the Spokane Chiefs. Rockets forward Rourke Chartier registered three points (1g-2a) to earn first star honours.
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