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Scott Glennie scores in overtime as Wheat Kings beat Ice 6-5 @NHLdotcom

CRANBROOK, B.C. - Scott Glennie scored on a partial breakaway in overtime as the Brandon Wheat Kings came back from a two-goal deficit to beat the Kootenay Ice 6-5 in Western Hockey League action Tuesday.

The Wheat Kings ended Kootenay's home winning streak at eight games, as well as Ice goaltender Todd Mathews' personal winning streak at a franchise record 11 games.

Brayden Schenn scored twice and Scott Glennie had a goal and two assists for Brandon (33-16-3), while Mark Schneider, Brodie Melnychuk and Aaron Lewadniuk also scored. Brent Raedeke and Jay Fehr each added two assists.

James Martin, Matt Fraser, Joe Antilla, Brayden McNabb and Steele Boomer replied for Kootenay (30-16-4).

The Ice opened the scoring on a power play as Martin's point shot beat Brandon goalie Andrew Hayes along the ice on the glove side.

The Wheat Kings tied the game 35 seconds later as Schneider scored with a high shot that beat Mathews, who was screened.

The Ice regained a lead off a turnover in the Wheat Kings zone and Max Reinhart fed a wide open Fraser, who scored on a wrist shot.

The Wheat Kings tied the game on a power play when Schenn scored with a wrist shot.

The Ice took a lead 3-2 as Drew Czerwonka won the puck behind the Brandon net and put in near the crease where Antilla, from in close, wristed it in over Hayes' shoulder.

In the second period the ICE got a 4-2 lead. McNabb came out of the penalty box and had a breakaway from the blue-line and scored on a backhand deke. That goal ended Hayes' night as Brandon switched to Jacob DeSerres.

The Wheat Kings got back within a goal as Melnychuk's point shot deflected off an Ice stick and went in the net in the top corner.

The Ice made the game 5-3 on a power play as Hayden Rintoul's cross-ice pass went off Boomer's leg and into the net. The goal had to be confirmed by a video review.

Lewadniuk scored on a power play during a goal-mouth scramble to bring Brandon within one goal. Kootenay's Dustin Sylvester was tripped on a possible breakaway and a penalty was called against the Wheat Kings, but during the stoppage a video replay showed Brandon had scored before the penalty was called.

Schenn tied the game in the third period as he evaded three Ice players and squeezed a backhand shot through Mathew's legs.

Hayes allowed four goals on 10 shots before making way for DeSerres, who stopped 11 of 12 shots in relief.

Mathews made 29 saves for Kootenay.

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