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Sunday's WHL Roundup @NHL

The Moose Jaw Warriors scored three goals in the third period to earn a come-from-behind 4-3 win over the previously undefeated Calgary Hitmen in Western Hockey League action Sunday afternoon.

Dylan Hood led the way with a goal and an assist for the Warriors (3-4-0), while Thomas Frazee, Travis Hamonic and former Hitmen forward Brendan Rowinski also scored. Elsewhere in the WHL it was: Medicine Hat 4 Edmonton 3 (SO); Swift Current 4 Red Deer 2; and Portland 4 Kamloops 3 (OT).

At Calgary, Kris Foucault scored two goals for the Hitmen (5-1-0), while rookie defenceman Ben Wilson added a goal.

Moose Jaw netminder Brandon Glover stopped 33 shots he faced to improve to 2-0 on the season, while Calgary goalie Michael Snider made 17 saves in a losing cause.

Tigers 4 Oil Kings 3 (SO)

At Medicine Hat, Alta., Mark Isherwood scored the shootout winner as the Tigers downed Edmonton.


Broncos 4 Rebels 2

At Swift Current,Sask., Justin Dowling had a goal and an assist and the Broncos extended their home winning streak to four games with a win over Red Deer.


Winterhawks 4 Blazers 3 (OT)

At Kamloops, B.C., Chris Francis scored at 2:49 of overtime to give Portland a victory over the Blazers.

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