The Moose Jaw Warriors are determined to make their way up the Western Hockey League standings.
Brendan Rowinski had a goal and an assist as part of a three-goal third period as Moose Jaw came back to defeat the Regina Pats 4-3 Friday night. Regina had a 2-1 lead at the end of the second period, but the Warriors scored three goals in 10 minutes to take the lead.
The Warriors, who have won six of their last 10 games, are trying to catch the Saskatoon Blades for the lead in the East Division.
The loss ends a four game win streak for the Pats, who are in the division's cellar.
Elsewhere in the WHL, it was Prince Albert 9 Prince George 2; Saskatoon 4 Brandon 3; Calgary 3 Medicine Hat 2 (SO); Tri-City 4 Lethbridge 2; Seattle 7 Kamloops 2; Vancouver 4 Red Deer 1; and Everett 4 Kelowna 2.
At Regina, Antonin Honejsek scored twice for the Warriors (14-8-0), while Dylan Hood also added a goal.
Jordan Eberle had a goal and an assist for Regina (10-10-2), while Jordan Weal and Kyle Mulder added singles.
Raiders 9 Cougars 2
At Prince Albert, Sask., Dustin Cameron scored a hat trick as the Raiders rocked Prince George.
Andrew Herle and Craig McCallum both scored twice for Prince Albert (11-10-2), while Justin Maylan and Mark McNeill had singles.
James Dobrowolski and Jaroslav Vlach scored for the Cougars (3-16-2).
Blades 4 at Wheat Kings 3
At Brandon, Man., Saskatoon scored three goals on their first four shots on their way to a win over the Wheat Kings.
Stefan Elliott, Jyri Niemi, Walker Wintoneak and Derek Hulak all scored for Saskatoon (17-3-3). Elliott finished with a goal and two assists.
Colby Robak, Matt Calvert and Scott Glennie replied for the Wheat Kings (12-9-2).
Hitmen 3 Tigers 2
At Calgary, Kris Foucault scored the shootout winner to lead the Hitmen over Medicine Hat.
Tyler Fiddler and Michael Stone scored in regulation for the Hitmen (18-6-0), who have now won eight straight home games.
Wacey Hamilton and Emerson Etem scored for the Tigers (11-9-5).
Americans 4 Hurricanes 2
At Lethbridge, Alta., Kruise Reddick scored a hat trick as Tri-City topped the Hurricanes.
Brendan Shinnimin scored the other goal for Tri-City (16-4-0).
Mitch Maxwell and Carter Asthon replied for Lethbridge (8-12-2), which saw its three-game winning streak come to an end.
Thunderbirds 7 Blazers 2
At Kamloops, B.C., Jonathan Parker's hat trick led Seattle over the Blazers.
Prab Rai scored twice, while Charles Wells and Jeremy Schappert also scored for Seattle (6-12-4). Luke Lockhart had three assists.
Dylan Willick and Colin Smith replied for the Blazers (10-11-2).
Giants 4 Rebels 1
At Vancouver, James Henry scored twice as the Giants rolled Red Deer.
Brendan Gallagher and J.T. Barnett also scored for the Giants (15-6-3) as they won their third game in a row.
Former Giant Andrej Kudrna, who began the season with Vancouver, replied for the Rebels (10-12-0).
Silvertips 4 at Rockets 2
At Everett, Wash., Shane Harper and Tyler Maxwell each scored two goals, leading the Silvertips over Kelowna.
Thomas Heemskerk had a solid game in net for Everett (12-5-1), making 37 saves.
Stephan Novotny and Tyson Barrie scored for Kelowna (11-9-1).