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WHL Roundup: A look at Wednesday's game

Thursday, 10.25.2012 / 1:24 AM / News

The Canadian Press

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WHL Roundup: A look at Wednesday's game

Teagan Sacher made 28 saves Wednesday for his first career Western Hockey League shutout as the Regina Pats defeated the Kooteany Ice 3-0.

Lane Scheidl scored twice for Regina (6-7-1), while Colten Mayor added a goal and an assist.

Mackenzie Skapski made 17 saves in defeat for Kootenay (4-8-0), which lost defenceman Spencer Wand early after he was handed a game misconduct for a fight with Regina's Trent Oullette.

Elsewhere in the WHL it was: Moose Jaw 3, Lethbridge 2; Brandon 3, Vancouver 2; Medicine Hat 4, Kelowna 3 (SO); and Prince George 4, Spokane 2.

At Cranbrook, B.C., the Pats opened the scoring on the ensuing power play as Lane Scheidl skated through the slot and scored with a backhand high glove side.

Regina made it 2-0 early in the second off a faceoff as Mayor scored on a backhand of his own after being left alone in front.

Scheidl got his second of the game late in the period off a feed from Mayor on a 2-on-1 to make the score 3-0.

Warriors 3, Hurricanes 2

At Moose Jaw, Sask., three goals in a 7:20 span in second was enough to propel the Warriors (6-5-2) over Lethbridge (6-7-1).

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Wheat Kings 3, Giants 2

At Vancouver, Nick Buonassisi scored two goals to lead Brandon (7-5-2) over the lowly Giants (2-9-0).

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Tigers 4, Rockets 3

At Medicine Hat, Alta., Elgin Pearce scored the shootout winner as the Tigers (5-8-1) downed Kelowna (6-5-1).

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Cougars 4, Chiefs 2

At Prince George, B.C., Brett Zarowny made 33 saves as the Cougars (6-7-1) topped Spokane (9-4-0).

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