Brandon Kozun scored twice, including the game winner with 39.7 seconds left in regulation, to lead the Calgary Hitmen to a 6-5 win over the Portland Winterhawks in Western Hockey League action Sunday afternoon.
Chase Schaber had a goal and three assists for the Hitmen (8-3-0), who halted a two-game losing streak with the victory.
Ian Schultz added a goal and an assist, while Cody Sylvester and Tyler Fiddler each scored once. Matt MacKenzie chipped in with three assists, while rookie blue-liner Jaynen Rissling had a pair of helpers.
Elsewhere in the WHL it was: Saskatoon 4 Edmonton 0; Medicine Hat 4 Swift Current 3; and Moose Jaw 6 Lethbridge 3.
At Calgary, Nino Niederreiter scored two goals for the Winterhawks (8-5-0), who built up a 3-0 lead by the 3:47 mark of the second period before the Hitmen rallied to get back in the game.
Ryan Johansen had a goal and two assists for Portland, while Ty Rattie and Luke Walker each had a goal and an assist.
Calgary goalie Martin Jones stopped 24 of 29 shots in his return from an ankle injury. He had been sidelined since Sept. 25.
Kutis Mucha made 32 saves for Portland.
Blades 4 Oil Kings 0
At Edmonton, Steven Stanford made 14 saves as Saskatoon extended itd winning streak to five games with a victory over the Oil Kings.
Tigers 4 Broncos 3
At Medicine Hat, Alta., Mark Isherwood scored twice as the Tigers extended their winning streak to three games by downing Swift Current.
Warriors 6 Hurricanes 3
At Moose Jaw, Sask., Dylan Hood opened the scoring and added a pair of assists as the Warriors beat Lethbridge.