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WHL Roundup: Bajkov scores twice, Silvertips down Thunderbirds 4-1 @NHL

KENT, Wash. - Patrick Bajkov had a pair of goals as the Everett Silvertips downed the host Seattle Thunderbirds 4-1 on Saturday in Western Hockey League action.

Remi Laurencelle had a goal and an asist for the Silvertips (17-10-2) while Cole MacDonald scored the other.

Turner Ottenbreit opened the scoring at 12:44 of the first period for the Thunderbirds (18-10-2) before Everett responded with four unanswered goals.

Carter Hart made 26 saves for the win as Seattle's Logan Flodell stopped 30-of-34 shots in defeat.

The Silvertips went 1 for 2 on the power play while the Thunderbirds failed to score on their only chance with the man advantage.



REGINA ? The Pats had six different goal scorers and Jordan Hollett made 31 saves en route to beating Lethbridge.

Adam Berg, Rykr Cole, Sam Steel, Lane Zablocki and Connor Hobbs had a goal and an assist apiece for Regina (15-13-3) and Colby Williams added a single marker.

Justin Gutierrez, Egor Babenko and Brayden Burke each had a goal and two helpers for the Hurricanes (20-11-0) while Ryley Lindgren and Giorgio Estephan rounded out the attack. Jayden Sittler stopped 14-of-19 shots in 28:40 before giving way to Stuart Skinner, who took the loss after giving up one goal on 16 shots in relief.



PRINCE ALBERT, Sask. ??? Deven Sideroff had two goals and an assist and Matt Needham chipped in with four helpers as Kamloops downed the Raiders.

Matt Revel, Collin Shirley and Garrett Pilon also scored for the Blazers (14-10-4), who got a 28-save outing from Connor Ingram.

Jesse Lees and Reid Gardiner struck for the Raiders (18-10-3) while Rylan Parenteau kicked out 28-of-33 shots in defeat.



BRANDON, Man. ??? Jordan Papirny made 35 saves and the Wheat Kings built up a five-goal lead on their way to snapping Kelowna's four-game win streak.

Ty Lewis, Tanner Kaspick, Garrett Armour, Tyler Coulter and Connor Gutenberg supplied the goals for Brandon (19-10-3).

Lucas Johansen found the back of the net for the Rockets (23-7-1). Jackson Whistle stopped 25-of-29 shots before giving way to Michael Herringer, who made 11 saves in 35:29 of relief.



CRANBROOK, B.C. ??? Jon Martin and Kade Jensen scored on the power play as Swift Current handed the Ice their ninth loss in a row.

Cavin Leth, Scott Feser and Tyler Adams also scored for the Broncos (10-17-4) and Travis Child had to make only 15 saves for the win.

Matt Alfaro and Cale Fleury responded for Kootenay (6-25-2). Wyatt Hoflin turned away 32-of-37 shots in a losing cause.



PORTLAND, Ore. ??? Brad Morrison's power-play goal at 13:53 of the third broke a 2-2 deadlock as Prince George slipped past the Winterhawks.

Colby MacAuley and Bartek Bison also scored for the Cougars (19-10-2) as Nick McBride made 25 saves for the win.

Rihards Bukarts and Alex Schoenborn supplied the offence for the Winterhawks (15-15-0) while Adin Hill turned aside 39-of-42 shots in defeat.



MEDICINE HAT, Alta. ??? Cole Sanford and David Quenneville each had a goal and an assist as the Tigers got past Edmonton.

Matt Bradley, Max Gerlach and Mark Rassel rounded out the offence for Medicine Hat (9-18-3) while Nick Schneider made 32 saves for the victory.

Brandon Baddock, with two, and Kobe Mohr scored for the Oil Kings (13-16-3). Patrick Dea gave up three goals on 15 shots in a period of work. Payton Lee made 19 saves in relief.



SPOKANE, Wash. ??? Parker Bowles scored twice ????????? including the winner ????????? as Tri-City edged the Chiefs.

Vladislav Lukin and Beau McCue also scored for the Americans (12-18-1) while Evan Sarthough made 27 saves for the victory.

Riley Whittingham, Kailer Yamamoto and Keanu Yamamoto replied for Spokane (16-12-3). Tyson Verhelst made 22 saves in defeat.



VICTORIA ????????? Jack Walker had two goals and an assist while Matthew Phillips added a goal and two helpers as the Royals hammered Vancouver.

Ethan Price, Tyler Soy and Dante Hannoun also scored for Victoria (20-9-2), which got a 33-save performance from Griffen Outhouse.

Chase Lang put the Giants (9-19-4) on the board. Ryan Kubic gave up three goals on 19 shots and found himself on the bench to start the third. Jake Morrissey kicked out 10-of-13 shots in relief.


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