MEDICINE HAT, Alta. - Tommy Vannelli scored in overtime for Medicine Hat as the Tigers edged the Brandon Wheat Kings 4-3 in Western Hockey League action Wednesday.
Vannelli beat Brandon goaltender Jordan Papirny just 32 seconds into OT on the power play.
Jesse Gabrielle scored twice for the Wheat Kings (13-11-1), while Eric Roy added a single and Papirny finished with 26 saves.
RAIDERS 1 BRONCOS 0
PRINCE ALBERT, Sask. — Carson Perreaux scored the lone goal of the game to lift the Raiders past Swift Current.
Perreaux's goal 10 minutes into the first period was all Prince Albert (14-8-2) needed in a game featuring just one penalty to the Broncos in the second.
The loss, and Medicine Hat's win, kept the Broncos (15-10-3) from tying the Tigers atop the Eastern Conference.
Cole Cheveldave finished with 26 saves for the Raiders, while Landon Bow stopped 30 shots for Swift Current.
SILVERTIPS 3 HURRICANES 2
LETHBRIDGE, Alta. — Tyler Sandhu gave the Silvertips the only lead they would need against the WHL's worst team.
Sandhu scored 5:45 into the third after Ivan Nikolishin tied the game for Everett just 56 seconds into the period.
ICE 4 REBELS 3
RED DEER, Alta. — Tim Bozon scored in the third period as Kootenay edged the Rebels.
Jagger Dirk, Luke Philp and Zak Zborosky also scored for the Ice (13-11-2), who overcame a 2-0 deficit in the first period.
Dominik Volek scored twice for Red Deer (11-12-1), and Evan Polei added a single.
ROYALS 4 ROCKETS 1
KELOWNA, B.C. — The Royals handed the Rockets their first loss in 10 games.
Ben Walker, Tyler Soy, Austin Carroll and Brandon Fushimi scored for Victoria (15-10-1), which came alive in the third period with three goals.
Tyson Baillie had the lone goal for Kelowna (16-3-2).
Patrik Polivka finished with 26 saves for Victoria, while Jordon Cooke allowed all four goals on 19 shots in Kelowna's net.
CHIEFS 5 GIANTS 4
SPOKANE, Wash. — Carter Proft scored just over a minute into overtime as the Chiefs rallied past the Giants.
Jeremy McIntosh, Mike Aviani, Mitch Holmberg and Connor Chartier also scored for Spokane (16-7-1), which scored twice in the third period to come back from a 4-2 deficit.
Chiefs goalie Eric Williams made 28 saves, while Payton Lee finished with 32 stops for the Giants.