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Three streaks came to an end in Edmonton Friday night.

Brothers Lucas and Evan Bloodoff scored as the Kelowna Rockets snapped a five-game losing streak with a 4-0 victory over the Oil Kings in Western Hockey League action. Edmonton forward Michael St. Croix saw his five-game point streak snapped at two goals and four assists. The Oil Kings saw a four-game winning streak come to an end. Had they won, Edmonton would have tied a franchise record with five wins in a row.

Adam Brown made 24 saves to earn his fifth shutout of the season.

Elsewhere in the WHL it was Moose Jaw 2 Vancouver 0; Saskatoon 5 Prince Albert 0; Brandon 3 Chilliwack 0; Swift Current 6 Regina 4; Kamloops 4 Lethbridge 3 (OT); Medicine Hat 5 Kootenay 3; Calgary 4 Red Deer 2; Spokane 5 Prince George 1 and Tri-City 4 Everett 3 (SO).

At Edmonton, Max Adolph and Georgie Wudrick had the other goals for Kelowna (29-30-6).

Cam Lanigan stopped 49 shots for the Oil Kings (16-37-12).

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Warriors 2 Giants 0

At Moose Jaw, Sask., Jeff Bosch made 36 saves as the Warriors blanked Vancouver.

Spencer Edwards scored a short-handed goal for Moose Jaw (30-24-9). Jesse Paradis added an insurance goal in the third period.

Mark Segal made 28 saves in the loss for the Giants (39-21-5).

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Blades 5 Raiders 0

At Saskatoon, Sask., Adam Morrison made 25 saves as the Blades throttled Prince Albert.

Josh Nicholls had back-to-back goals for Saskatoon (43-14-7), while Derek Hulak, Randy McNaught and Marek Viedensky chipped in with singles.

Garrett Zemlak stopped 36 shots for the Raiders (30-29-5).

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Wheat Kings 3 Bruins 0

At Brandon, Man., Jacob De Serres made 25 saves the Wheat Kings downed Chilliwack.

Toni Rajala notched two goals to lead Brandon (43-18-4), while Brayden Schenn also scored.

Lucas Gore stopped 41 shots for the Bruins (29-30-6).

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Broncos 6 Pats 4

At Swift Current, Sask., Travis Bobbee scored the winner to spark the Broncos to a come-from-behind win over Regina.

Michael Stickland scored twice for Swift Current (32-9-4), while Cody Eakin, Taylor Vause and Adam Lowry also tallied.

Jordan Eberle, Matt Strueby, Jordan Weal and Cass Mappin countered for the Pats (26-32-7).

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Blazers 4 Hurricanes 3 (OT)

At Lethbridge, Alta., Jordan Depape had the power-play winner in overtime as Kamloops downed the Hurricanes

Dylan Willick, Linden Saip and C.J. Stretch also scored for the Blazers(29-31-6).

Cam Braes scored twice for Lethbridge (18-39-8), while Mike Reddington added another goal.

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Tigers 5 Ice 3

At Medicine Hat, Alta., Tristan King scored twice as the Tigers downed Kootenay.

Linden Vey, Wacey Hamilton and Bretton Cameron had singles for Medicine Hat (35-22-8).

Matt Fraser scored twice for the Ice (39-21-4), while Kevin King netted a single.

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Hitmen 4 Rebels 2

At Red Deer, Alta., Brandon Kozun set up three goals Friday to lead Calgary to a win over the Rebels.

Tyler Shattock scored short-handed for Calgary (44-17-3), while Ian Schultz, Kris Foucault and Joel Broda tallied.

Andrj Kudrna and Jordie Deagle replied for Red Deer (37-23-4).

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Chiefs 5 Cougars 1

At Spokane, Wash., Tyler Johnson had a hat trick as the Chiefs thumped Prince George.

Brenden Kichton and Levko Koper had the other goals for Spokane (39-21-4).

Alex Rodgers was the lone scorer for the Cougars (11-49-3).

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Americans 4 Silvertips 3 (SO)

At Everett, Wash., Brendan Shinnimin and Kruise Reddick scored in the shootout as Tri-City Americans defeated the Silvertips.

Shinnimin scored twice in regulation for Tri-City (43-17-3), while Patrick Holland also tallied.

Clayton Cumiskey had two goals and an assist for Everett (40-19-5)and Scott MacDonald had a goal and two assists.

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