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WHL Roundup: Robinson scores two for Wheat Kings in win over Blades

Thursday, 11.14.2013 / 12:44 AM The Canadian Press

SASKATOON - Chad Robinson scored twice for the Brandon Wheat Kings in a 5-2 win against the Saskatoon Blades in Western Hockey League play Wednesday.

Richard Nejezchleb, Tim McGauley and Ryan Pulock also scored for Brandon (11-11-0), which scored three unanswered goals to break a 2-2 tie.

Cory Millette had both goals for the Blades (9-12-3).

Wheat Kings goaltender Jordan Papirny stopped 30 shots, while Troy Trombley made 35 saves for Saskatoon.

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BRONCOS 3 ICE 0

SWIFT CURRENT, Sask. — The Broncos took a 2-0 lead and never looked back against Kootenay.

Jay Merkley, Graham Black with a short-handed goal and Coda Gordon also scored for Swift Current (15-8-1).

Wyatt Hoflin was forced to make 31 saves in net for the Ice (11-9-2).

By contrast, Broncos goalie Eetu Laurikainen stopped just 14 shots for the shutout.

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TIGERS 3 BLAZERS 1

KAMLOOPS, B.C. — Marek Langhamer stopped 26 shots as Medicine Hat held off the Blazers.

Kyle Becker, Miles Koules and Curtis Valk scored for the Tigers (15-3-3).

Sam Grist had the lone goal for Kamloops (6-13-3) in the third period while Taran Kozun stopped 31 shots.

Medicine Hat scored twice on four power-play opportunities, while the Blazers were blanked on four attempts.

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PATS 6 SILVERTIPS 5 (OT)

EVERETT, Wash. — Dyson Stevenson scored in overtime to complete Regina's comeback.

Dryden Hunt scored twice and Dmitry Sinitsyn, Boston Leier and Maximilian Kammerer added singles for the Pats (11-10-0), who scored two late goals to force OT.

Tyler Sandhu had a hat trick for the Silvertips (14-3-3), with Matt Pufahl and Carson Stadnyk also scoring.

Dawson MacAuley finished with 20 saves for Regina, while at the other end of the ice Daniel Cotton stopped 15 shots.

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