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Seven Bruins score as Chilliwack stomps Blazers 7-1 for second straight win @NHLdotcom

KAMLOOPS, B.C. - The Chilliwack Bruins got goals from seven different players Friday night as they pummelled the Kamloops Blazers 7-1 in Western Hockey League action.

Mitch McColm, Roman Horak, David Robinson, Kevin Sundher, Ryan Howse, Tim Traber and Dylen McKinlay all scored for the Bruins (6-6-4), who have won two in a row.

Matej Bene replied for Kamloops (8-8-2), which has lost six straight. The Blazers were playing their first game since head coach Barry Smith was fired on Monday. Assistant coach Scott Ferguson was promoted to interim head coach.

Chilliwack goaltender Lucas Gore stopped 16 of 17 shots before leaving at 9:53 of the second period with an apparent injury to his left arm. Mark Friesen came on to stop all 17 shots he faced.

At the other end, Jon Groenheyde stopped 13 of 16 shots and was replaced by Justin Leclerc to start the second period. Leclerc finished with 14 saves.

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