CHILLIWACK, B.C. - Mark Santorelli scored a goal and added three assists, including the go-ahead goal in the third period to give the Chilliwack Bruins a 5-3 win over the Spokane Chiefs Monday in WHL action.
Santorelli currently is tied for the WHL points lead with 15 points.
Colby Kulhanek, with his sixth of the year, Jadon Potter, Partik Bhungal, and Oscar Moller, who added an assist, each scored singles for the Bruins (6-2-0-0).
Ondrej Roman, Levko Koper and Seth Compton countered for the Chiefs (3-2-1-1).
Dustin Tokarski let in two goals before getting yanked in favour of Kevin Armstrong, who didn't fare much better stopping 12 of 15 shots for Spokane.
Matt Esposito picked up his sixth win of the season for the Bruins with a 21-save performance for the Bruins, who outshot Spokane 31-13.