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WHL Roundup: Carter Hart perfect in Everett Silvertips 2-0 win over Kootenay Ice

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CRANBROOK, B.C. - Carter Hart made the most of a quiet night.

Hart stopped all 16 shots he faced as the Everett Silvertips shut out the Kootenay Ice 2-0 on Tuesday in Western Hockey League action.

Dario Winkler and captain Dawson Leedahl supplied the offence for Everett (11-5-1), which has won three straight.

Declan Hobbs stopped 39-of-41 shots in Kootenay's (4-16-2) fourth loss in a row.

Both of the Silvertips' goals came on the power play as they went 2 for 6 with the man advantage. The Ice could not score on their two power plays.

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RAIDERS 4 WARRIORS 1

PRINCE ALBERT, Sask. ? Matteo Gennaro's short-handed goal in the first period stood as the winner as the Raiders held off the Warriors.

Jesse Lees had a power-play goal for Prince Albert (14-5-3), while Ty Mappin and Reid Gardiner chipped in as well.

Landon Quinney was the lone scorer for Moose Jaw (11-7-3).

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PATS 4 TIGERS 2

REGINA ? Jake Leschyshyn and Austin Wagner scored 48 seconds apart in the third period as the Pats scored three unanswered goals to storm past Medicine Hat.

Sam Steel opened scoring in the first period for Regina (10-8-1), which has won three straight. Adam Brooks added some insurance with an empty-net goal.

Max Gerlach and Mason Shaw replied for the Tigers (6-9-3).

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OIL KINGS 6 GIANTS 2

VANCOUVER ??? Lane Bauer struck twice and added two assists to lead Edmonton past the Giants.

Andrew Koep had a pair of goals for the Oil Kings (8-11-3), while Brett Pollock and Ben Carroll also scored.

Alec Baer and Brendan Semchuk responded for Vancouver (5-12-4).

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THUNDERBIRDS 5 BRONCOS 4

KENT, Wash. ??? Alexander True and Jamal Watson scored late in third period to lift Seattle over Swift Current.

Ryan Gropp had a goal and two assists for the Thunderbirds (13-6-1), while Ethan Bear and Turner Ottenbreit also scored. Seattle has four consecutive wins.

Glenn Gawdin had a pair of goals for the Broncos (8-11-2). Jon Martin and Scott Feser also had goals.

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