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Western Hockey League Roundup: A look at Wednesday's games

Thursday, 10.04.2012 / 1:44 AM / News

The Canadian Press

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Western Hockey League Roundup: A look at Wednesday's games

The Regina Pats let their special teams do all the work on Wednesday night.

Regina scored three times on the power play and once more shorthanded to defeat the visiting Moose Jaw Warriors 4-1 in Western Hockey League action.

Morgan Klimchuk scored twice for the Pats (2-4-0), while Chandler Stephenson and Trent Ouellette chipped in with two assists each.

Lane Scheidl and Adam Rossignol also scored for Regina.

Morgan Rielly scored the lone goal for the Warriors (2-3-0).

Matt Hewitt made 22 saves for the win. Justin Paulic stopped 31 shots in a losing effort.

Regina went 3-for-5 on the power play while Moose Jaw went 1-for-4.

Elsewhere in the WHL, it was: Red Deer 5, Saskatoon 3; Tri-City 2, Everett 0; Kelowna 7, Vancouver 0; and Victoria 4, Medicine Hat 3 (OT).

At Regina, Rossignol opened the scoring on the power play at 11:09 of the first.

Scheidl doubled Regina's lead 41 seconds into the second period while on a mad advantage and Klimchuk scored shorthanded at 15:58.

Rielly scored a power-play goal for the Warriors at 16:22, however Klimchuk added one more special-teams goal for Regina to make it 4-1 after 40 minutes of play.

Hewitt turned away each of the nine shots he faced for the Pats in the final period.

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Rebels 5, Blades 3

At Saskatoon, Patrik Bartosak stopped 32-of-35 and five different Red Deer players scored as the Rebels (2-3-1) downed the Blades (2-3-0).

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Americans 2, Silvertips 0

At Everett, Wash., Eric Comrie turned aside all 35 shots he faced as Tri-City picked up its second win of the season against the Silvertips (1-3-1).

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Rockets 7, Giants 0

At Kelowna, B.C., Jordon Cooke stopped 28 shots for his first WHL shutout and Colton Sissons had two goals and two assists as the Rockets (2-2-1) crushed Vancouver (1-4-0).

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Royals 4, Tigers 3 (OT)

At Victoria, Trevor Cote scored in overtime to cap off a come-from-behind victory as the Royals (4-1-0) battled from three goals down to defeat Medicine Hat (3-1-1).

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