Max Reinhart had two goals and two assists Friday as the Kootenay Ice defeated the Regina Pats 5-2 in the Western Hockey League.
Dylen McKinlay added a goal and an assist for the Ice (3-0-1), while Elgin Pearce and Adam Rossignol also scored. Joey Leach had two assists.
Mackenzie Skapski made 26 saves for the win.
Elsewhere in the WHL it was: Swift Current 5, Brandon 4 (SO); Medicine Hat 5, Edmonton 3; Lethbridge 6, Calgary 5; Kamloops 6, Vancouver 2; Moose Jaw 6, Prince Albert 5 (SO); Saskatoon 4, Red Deer 2; Tri-City 4, Portland 1; and Victoria 5, Prince George 4 (SO).
At Cranbrook, B.C., Brandon Underwood and Lane Scheidl had the goals for Regina (3-1-0), which got 22 saves from Adam Beukeboom. Jordan Weal had two assists.
Tied 2-2 in the second, the Ice took the lead for the first time when Reinhart's shot from the top of circle was deflected home by McKinlay at 14:48 on the power play.
Pearce scored on a backhand to make it 4-2 at 17:14 of the third before Reinhart added his second of the night into an empty at 19:15.
Broncos 5, Wheat Kings 4 (SO)
At Brandon, Man., Brad Hoban scored the only goal of the shootout to lift Swift Current (1-2-1) over the Wheat Kings (2-1-1).
Tigers 5, Oil Kings 3
At Edmonton, Emerson Etem had a hat trick and Tyler Bunz made 35 saves as Medicine Hat (1-2-0) downed the Oil Kings (1-1-1).
Hurricanes 6, Hitmen 5
At Lethbridge, Alta., Jay Merkley had two goals and an assist and Brody Sutter also scored twice as the Hurricanes (2-1-0) defeated Calgary (0-2-0).
Blazers 6, Giants 2
At Kamloops, B.C., Austin Madaisky scored two power-play goals and Chase Souto added two at even strength to lead the Blazers (1-1-0) over Vancouver (2-2-0).
Warriors 6, Raiders 5 (SO)
At Lethbridge, Alta., Eric Arnold and Morgan Rielly scored in the shootout as Moose Jaw (2-1-0) slipped past the Raiders (0-3-1).
Blades 4, Rebels 2
At Saskatoon, Matej Stransky had two goals and an assist as the Blades (3-0-0) beat Red Deer (2-1-0).
Americans 4, Winterhawks 1
At Portland, Ore., Ty Rimmer made 32 saves as Tri-City (3-0-0) defeated Portland (2-2-0).
Royals 5, Cougars 4 (SO)
At Prince George, B.C., Robin Soudek and Kevin Sundher scored in the shootout and Keith Hamilton made 48 saves in regulation and overtime as Victoria (2-0-0) outlasted the Cougars (1-0-1).