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Blazers strike four times on power play in win over Bruins

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KAMLOOPS, B.C. - The Kamloops Blazers scored four power-play goals Saturday night and went on to a 4-2 Western Hockey League victory over the Chilliwack Bruins.

The victory gave the Blazers (2-0-0), who won 4-3 in Chilliwack on Friday, a season-opening sweep of the Bruins (0-2-0).

Tyler Shattock, with two, Jimmy Bubnick and C.J. Stretch scored for the Blazers, who were 4-for-10 on the power play.

Ryan Howse scored for Chilliwack in the second period and Chris Collins added a power-play goal with nine seconds left in the third period.

Kamloops goaltender Jon Groenheyde stopped 27 shots, while Bruins netminder Lucas Gore turned aside 31.

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