The Edmonton Oil Kings continued their strong play at home Sunday, downing the Prince George Cougars 6-1 in Western Hockey League play.
Edmonton improved to 19-5-3 at Rexall Place and their .759 winning percentage on home ice is the best of any team in the Eastern Conference.
Colin Jacobs scored the lone goal for the Cougars (14-26-6), who fell to 5-15-4 on the road.
The Oil Kings went 1-for-5 on the power play while the Cougars scored once on nine chances with the man advantage.
Elsewhere in the WHL, it was: Everett 4, Vancouver 0; Medicine Hat 3, Red Deer 0; and Seattle 6 Lethbridge 5 (SO).
At Edmonton, Jacobs opened the scoring for the Cougars at 9:21 of the first period on a two-man advantage.
Cheek tied the game up at 13:00 after finishing an easy tap-in from a tic-tac-toe play with Foster and Michael St. Croix.
Lazar put Edmonton ahead on the power play at 2:42 of the second period when he knocked a rebound out of midair past Zarowny.
Legault tapped in his own rebound while shorthanded at 8:32 to make it 3-1 Oil Kings.
Samuelsson scored twice in the third period and Kulda added one more to blow the game wide open for Edmonton.
Silvertips 4, Giants 0
At Vancouver, Joshua Winquist had three goals and an assist and Daniel Cotton made 31 saves as Everett (20-26-2) shut out the Giants (12-36-0).
Tigers 3, Rebels 0
At Medicine Hat, Alta., Cam Lanigan made 26 saves as the Tigers (23-22-3) blanked Red Deer (25-20-4).
Thunderbirds 6, Hurricanes 5 (SO)
At Kent, Wash., Luke Lockhart scored the only goal of the shootout to lift Seattle (18-26-3) over Lethbridge (22-21-7).