Brett Sonne continues to tear it up in the Western Hockey League.
The league's leading point scorer padded his already impressive numbers with a natural hat trick and an assist Tuesday, as the Calgary Hitmen blanked the Everett Silvertips 4-0. Calgary's Martin Jones made 28 saves for his second shutout of the season.
Sonne, in his final game before departing to participate in Team Canada's selection camp for the World Junior Hockey Championships, scored all three of his goals in the second period, with two coming on the power play. Sonne now has 23 goals and 59 points this season for Calgary (27-5-2).
Elsewhere it was: Warriors 6, Wheat Kings 3; Oil Kings 6, Broncos 3; Chiefs 1, Bruins 0; and Blazers 4, Hurricanes 3.
At Everett, Wash., Brandon Kozun added the other goal in the third period - his 23rd of the year - with Sonne assisting on the marker.
Shayne Barrie was busy for Everett (14-12-5) stopping 40 of 44 shots.
Warriors 6, Wheat Kings 3
At Moose Jaw, Sask., Jason Bast scored the game-winning goal 4:57 into the third period as the Warriors beat the Brandon Wheat Kings.
Ian Duval scored twice for the Warriors (8-21-0-1), while Travis Hamonic, Martin Filo and Cody Smuk also scored.
Jay Fehr, Del Cowan and Aaron Lewadniuk scored for the Wheat Kings (17-12-1-1).
Oil Kings 6, Broncos 3
At Edmonton, Brendan Dowd scored twice to give the Oil Kings a win over the Swift Current Broncos.
Drew Nichol got the scoring started with his first WHL goal, giving Edmonton (15-17-1-3) a 1-0 lead at the 9:11 mark of the first period.
Swift Current (17-14-0-1) responded 20 seconds later, Justin Dowling wristing it top corner.
Chiefs 1, Bruins 0
At Chilliwack, Dustin Tokarski made 23 saves to lead the Spokane Chiefs over the Bruins.
Drayson Bowman scored for Spokane (19-9-0-3).
Mark Friesen stopped 45 shots for Chilliwack (9-20-2-2).
Blazers 4, Hurricanes 3
At Lethbridge, Alta., C.J. Stretch scored two goals, including the game-winner in the third period, as Kamloops beat the Hurricanes.
Brendan Ranford and Nick Ross scored the other goals for Kamloops (14-16-4).
Carter Ashton, with two, and Carter Bancks scored for Lethbridge (18-13-1).