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Friday may have been "Jordan Eberle and Colten Teubert Day" in Regina, but it wasn't their night.

The Moose Jaw Warriors thumped Eberle, Teubert and the Pats 5-2 in Western Hockey League action Friday, putting a damper on the festivities.

The special day was proclaimed by Regina mayor Pat Fiacco in appreciation of Eberle and Teubert's efforts at the recent World Junior Championship as members of Team Canada.

Eberle, named tournament MVP, was given a standing ovation before the game began.

The game marked the Pats first home game since December 9th when they gave up Eberle, Teubert and the Brandt Centre for the World Junior Championships.

Regina's goodwill was no match for a determined Moose Jaw team.

Adding injury to insult, Teubert took the worst in a fight with the Warriors Dylan McIlrath near the end of the game.

Elsewhere in the WHL it was Medicine Hat 3 Brandon 2 (SO); Vancouver 5 Edmonton 3; Kamloops 6 Kelowna 4; Prince Albert 3 Lethbridge 2 (SO); Swift Current 3 Red Deer 2 (SO); Everett 3 Seattle 0; Chilliwack 3 Spokane 0 and Tri-City 3 Prince George 2.

At Regina, Sask., Quinton Howden had a goal and an assist for the Moose Jaw Warriors (22-15-3), while Brendan Rowinski, Jason Bast, Spencer Edwards and Antonin Honejsek also tallied.

Garrett Mitchell and Brett Leffler supplied the offence for Regina (17-24-3).


Tigers 3 Wheat Kings 2 (SO)

At Brandon, Man., Bretton Cameron and Tristan King both scored in the shootout to lead Medicine Hat to a win over the Wheat Kings.

Joey Frazer and Wacey Hamilton scored in regulation for the Tigers (25-13-7).

Matt Calvert and Mark Stone replied for Brandon (28-13-3).


Giants 5 Oil Kings 3

At Edmonton, Vancouver overcame a two-goal deficit to beat the Oil Kings.

Kevin Connauton, Connor Redmond, Neil Manning and Craig Cunningham had goals for the Giants (27-14-3), while Gary Nunn added an empty-net marker.

Tomas Vincour, Dylan Wruck and Klarc Wilson scored for Edmonton (10-23-10).


Blazers 6 Rockets 4

At Kamloops, B.C., Linden Saip, Brendan Ranford and Jimmy Bubnick all scored twice to lift the Blazers over Kelowna.

Goaltender Jon Groenheyde stopped 17 shots for Kamloops (18-20-5).

Lucas Bloodoff had a pair of goals for the Rockets (19-23-2), while Brett Bulmer and Antoine Corbin added singles.


Raiders 3 Hurricanes 2 (SO)

At Prince Albert, Sask., Dustin Cameron had the shootout winner as the Raiders edged Lethbridge.

Colin Reddin and Igor Revenko scored in regulation for Prince Albert (21-20-3).

Graham Hood scored both goals for the Hurricanes (13-23-5).


Broncos 3 Rebels 2

At Red Deer, Alta., Brad Hoban and Justin Dowling scored in the shootout to lift Swift Current to a win over the Rebels.

Cody Eakin and Derek Claffey scored for the Broncos (22-18-2).

Landon Ferraro and Andrej Kudrna had markers for Red Deer (22-16-4).


Silvertips 3 Thunderbirds 0

At Kent, Wash., Thomas Heemskerk made 21 saves as Everett blanked Seattle.

Josh Winquist, Shane Harper and Alex Theriau scored for the Silvertips (24-16-3).

Calvin Pickard stopped 34 shots for the Thunderbirds (13-23-6).


Bruins 3 Chiefs 0

At Spokane, Wash., Lucas Gore made 28 saves as Chilliwack shut out the Chiefs.

Kevin Sundher, Dylen McKinlay and Ryan Howse scored for the Bruins(20-18-6).

Michael Tadjdeh stopped 14 shots for Spokane (23-15-3).


Americans 3 Cougars 2

At Kennewick, Wash., Kruise Reddick scored the third-period winner as Tri-City rallied from a two-goal deficit to beat Prince George.

Justin Feser and Adam Hughesman each scored in the second period for the Americans (30-10-1).

Taylor Makin and Nick Buonassisi scored for the Cougars (9-31-2).

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