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Etem scores four goals as Medicine Hat Tigers roar back to beat Kamloops 12-5 @NHLdotcom

KAMLOOPS, B.C. - The Medicine Hat Tigers erased a two-goal deficit with nine straight goals as they whipped the Kamloops Blazers 12-5 in a Monday afternoon WHL game.

Emerson Etem scored four times for the Tigers (4-2-4), who trailed 4-2 after the first period. Mark Isherwood, with two, Jace Coyle, Bretton Cameron, Tristan King, Kale Kessy, Taylor Gal and Linden Vey also scored for the visitors.

Shayne Wiebe, with two, Dylan Willick, Brendan Ranford and Linden Saip counted for Kamloops (7-2-2).

Medicine Hat goaltender Tyler Bunz turned aside 28 shots.

Kamloops goaltender Justin Leclerc stopped 26 of 34 shots before being replaced by Jon Groenheyde, who stopped three of seven shots, early in the third period.

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