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Bruins lose sixth as Wiebe scores short-handed pair for Blazers in 5-2 win @NHLdotcom

CHILLIWACK, B.C. - Shayne Wiebe scored a pair of short-handed goals - including the game winner - as the Kamloops Blazers won 5-2 to hand the Chilliwack Bruins yet another loss in Western Hockey League action Saturday night.

With the loss, Chilliwack's losing streak is now six games long. The Bruins (5-8-1-1) have not won since posting a 2-1 shootout victory over the Seattle Thunderbirds on October 12.

Wiebe's first goal was scored on a penalty shot late in the first period. He netted the game-winner with four minutes remaining in the second.

Uriah Machuga, Nyren Giffen and Jimmy Bubnick also scored for the Blazers (6-8-0-2), while David Robinson and Liam Darragh ended Chilliwack's two-game scoring drought.

Kamloops netminder Justin Leclerc made 26 saves for the win. Lucas Gore stopped 30 shots in a losing effort for the Bruins.

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