EDMONTON - Edgars Kulda scored in overtime as the Edmonton Oil Kings held off the Brandon Wheat Kings 5-4 in Western Hockey League action Tuesday.
Henrik Samuelsson scored twice for Edmonton (24-12-1), with singles coming from Luke Bertolucci and Brandon Ralph.
Oil Kings goalie Tristan Jarry stopped 22 shots, while at the other end of the ice Curtis Honey made 33 saves.
WARRIORS 4 RAIDERS 3
MOOSE JAW, Sask. — Jesse Forsberg scored with less than five minutes left to lift the Warriors past Prince Albert.
Brayden Point scored twice with Scott Cooke adding another for Moose Jaw (12-22-6).
Warriors goalie Justin Paulic stopped 29 shots. Cole Cheveldave meanwhile made 33 saves for the Raiders.
ROYALS 3 SILVERTIPS 2
EVERETT, Wash. — Ben Walker scored a power-play goal in the final minute of regulation as Victoria eked out a road win.
Steven Hodges and Taylor Crunk also scored for the Royals (26-13-2).
Patrick Bajkov and Logan Aasman replied for the Silvertips (23-12-4).
Victoria was helped out with 32 saves by Patrik Polivka, while Austin Lotz allowed all three goals on 21 shots in net for Everett.
BLAZERS 7 THUNDERBIRDS 1
SEATTLE — Cole Ully had a pair of goals for Kamloops in a rout of the Thunderbirds.
Joe Kornelsen, Collin Shirley, Tyson Ness, Ryan Rehill and Mitch Lipon also scored for the Blazers (10-25-4), with Kornelson and Lipon's coming shorthanded.
Branden Troock provided Seattle (22-11-5) with it's only goal in the third period.
Taran Kozun finished with 33 saves for the Blazers. Justin Myles and Danny Mumaugh combined to stop 30-of-37 shots at the other end of the ice.
CHIEFS 4 AMERICANS 2
KENNEWICK, Wash. — Mitch Holmberg scored twice to help Spokane double Tri-City.
Riley Whittingham and Colton Bobyk added singles for the Chiefs (23-13-2).
Lucas Nickles and Brian Williams replied for the Americans (17-18-4).
ROCKETS 9 WINTERHAWKS 3
PORTLAND, Ore. — League-leading Kelowna won its 15th straight game while humiliating the defending WHL champions.
Chase De Leo had a pair of goals for the Winterhawks (25-9-4), while Alex Schoenborn added one.
Jordon Cooke stopped 29 shots for Kelowna. In Portland's net, Brendan Burke and Jarrod Schamerhorn combined to make 31 saves.