SASKATOON - Adam Chorneyko scored the eventual winner on a second-period power-play to keep the red-hot Saskatoon Blades on the winning track as they downed the Edmonton Oil Kings 3-1 on Saturday night in the Western Hockey League.
Milan Kytnar opened the scoring and Curtis Hamilton added an empty-netter for Saskatoon (35-11-3-1), which is undefeated in regulation in its past 12 games.
Brent Raedeke had the lone marker for the Oil Kings (22-25-2-4), who are tied with Regina and Prince Albert for the final Eastern Conference playoff spot.
Braden Holtby made 22 saves for the Blades. Edmonton netminder Torrie Jung stopped 17 shots.