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WHL Roundup: Brayden Point scores four goals as Warriors beat Raiders

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MOOSE JAW, Sask. - Brayden Point scored four times and added an assist as the Moose Jaw Warriors beat the Prince Albert Raiders 6-4 on Saturday in Western Hockey League action.

Noah Gregor and Dryden Hunt also chipped in for Moose Jaw (10-5-3), which got 30 saves from Zach Sawchenko.

Brendan Guhle, Tim Vanstone, Sean Montgomery and Luke Coleman scored for the Raiders (12-5-2). Rylan Parenteau kicked out 25 shots in the loss.

The Warriors scored once on three power-play chances while Prince Albert was 0 for 4.

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BRONCOS 4 WHEAT KINGS 1

SWIFT CURRENT, Sask. ? Jon Martin had a goal and two assists to lead the Broncos over Brandon.

Tyler Steenbergen, Cole Johnson and Andreas Schumacher rounded out the attack for Swift Current (8-8-2), which got three assists from Glenn Gawdin.

Jayce Hawryluk scored a power-play goal early in the third period for the Wheat Kings (11-5-2).

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BLADES 4 REBELS 2

SASKATOON ? Cameron Hebig and Ryan Graham had a goal and an assist each as the Blades doubled up Red Deer.

Mason McCarty and Terrell Draude added the others for Saskatoon (8-7-3).

Evan Polei and Colton Bobyk found the back of the net for the Rebels (13-6-0).

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ROYALS 6 PATS 1

REGINA ??? Tyler Thompson had two goals and an assist as Victoria dominated the Pats.

Jack Walker also scored twice for the Royals (14-5-1), with Matthew Phillips and Jared Dmytriw rounding out the attack.

Jared Freadrich tied the game 1-1 in the first period for Regina (7-8-1) before Victoria scored five straight.

Luc Smith of the Pats was ejected at 15:41 of the third period after a major penalty for cross checking.

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HURRICANES 3 ICE 2

LETHBRIDGE, Alta. ??? Andrew Nielsen and Ryley Lindgren scored in the third period as the Hurricanes slipped past Kootenay.

Ryan Vandervlis opened the scoring for Lethbridge (12-5-0) in the second period.

Austin Wellsby, on a penalty shot, and Roman Dymacek had goals for the Ice (4-13-2).

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OIL KINGS 3 HITMEN 2

EDMONTON ??? Brett Pollock's power-play goal late in the third period stood as the winner as the Oil Kings edged Calgary for their third-straight win.

Lane Bauer and Kobe Mohr had the other goals for Edmonton (7-9-3).

Beck Malenstyn and Radel Fazleev scored for the Hitmen (9-10-1), who dropped their third in a row.

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THUNDERBIRDS 5 TIGERS 2

MEDICINE HAT, Alta. ??? Keegan Kolesar struck twice as Seattle toppled the Tigers.

Ryan Gropp, Matthew Wedman and Ethan Bear supplied the rest of the offence for the Thunderbirds (10-6-1), who snapped a four-game losing skid.

Max Gerlach scored both goals for Medicine Hat (5-7-3).

Seattle's Mathew Barzal was ejected at 11:27 of the second period after a major penalty for checking from behind.

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SILVERTIPS 3 GIANTS 2

EVERETT, Wash. ??? Patrick Bajkov had a goal and two assists as the Silvertips won their third straight by getting past Vancouver.

Matt Fonteyne and Graham Millar supplied the rest of the Everett (8-4-1) offence.

Ben Thomas struck twice for the Giants (4-10-3).

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BLAZERS 5 COUGARS 2

KAMLOOPS, B.C. ??? Collin Shirley scored twice as the Blazers beat Prince George for their fifth win in a row.

Dawson Davidson, Patrik Maier and Matthew Campese also chipped in for Kamloops (8-8-0).

Jared Bethune and Kody McDonald had third-period goals for the Cougars (8-7-1).

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ROCKETS 8 WINTERHAWKS 5

PORTLAND, Ore. ??? Justin Kirkland had a pair of goals as Kelowna downed the Winterhawks for its fourth-straight win.

Kole Lind and Tyson Baillie had a goal and two assists each for the Rockets (13-5-0). Nick Merkley, Rodney Southam, Devante Stephens and Cole Linaker also scored.

Caleb Jones had a goal and two assists for Portland (7-9-0). Rihards Bukarts, Ryan Hughes, Brendan De Jong and Alex Schoenborn also chipped in.

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CHIEFS 8 AMERICANS 1

KENNEWICK, Wash. ????????? Nik Andersen scored twice and added an assist as Spokane routed the Americans.

Evan Fiala, Keanu Yamamoto, Adam Helewka, Curtis Miske, Jacob Cardiff and Dominic Zwerger also scored for the Chiefs (8-7-3).

Parker Bowles found the back of the net for Tri-City (6-10-1).

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