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WHL Roundup: Jayce Hawryluk's late goal helps Wheat Kings edge Pats 5-4 @NHLdotcom

BRANDON, Man. - Jayce Hawryluk's second goal of the game with 29 seconds left lifted the Brandon Wheat Kings past the Regina Pats 5-4 in Western Hockey League play Wednesday.

Jesse Gabrielle, Peter Quenneville and Richard Nejezchleb each scored for Brandon (15-13-2), which won after blowing a 4-2 lead.

Chandler Stephenson had two goals for Regina (15-13-1), with singles from Braden Christoffer and Griffin Mumby.

Brandon's Jordan Papirny won the goalie duel, making 30 saves to the 29 shots stopped by Regina's Dawson MacAuley.



SWIFT CURRENT, Sask. ? The Eastern Conference-leading Broncos had no trouble cruising to a win over league-worst Lethbridge.

Colby Cave, Jay Merkley, Brett Lernout and Graham Black scored for Swift Current (18-11-3).

Carter Folk had the lone goal for the Hurricanes (3-23-4).

Eetu Laurikainen finished with 35 saves for Lethbridge, while at the other end of the ice Corbin Boes stopped 39 shots.



RED DEER, Alta. ??? The Rebels overcame a 3-1 deficit with five unanswered goals to beat Prince Albert.

Wyatt Johnson, with a short-handed goal, Haydn Fleury, Kayle Doetzel, Connor Bleackley, Dominik Volek and Brooks Maxwell each scored for Red Deer (14-14-2).

Dakota Conroy, Mike Winther and Leon Draisaitl replied for the Raiders (17-10-2).

Rebels goalie Patrik Bartosak stopped 31 shots, while Cole Cheveldave made 25 saves for the Raiders.



VANCOUVER ??? Jackson Houck scored on the power play with less than five minutes left to lift the Giants past Kootenay.

Cain Franson and Travis McEvoy also scored for Vancouver (13-11-7) in the second period.

Jon Martin and Austin Vetterl had singles for the Ice (15-14-2).

Jared Rathjen made 33 saves for the Giants. Mackenzie Skapski stopped 16 shots for the Ice.



SPOKANE, Wash. ??? Mitch Holmberg scored two goals in less than two minutes and the Chiefs held on against Saskatoon.

Holmberg's goals, the first shorthanded, at 17:51, and again at 19:29 of the first period, were all the offence Spokane (18-10-2) would need.

Brett Stovin had the only goal for the Blades (10-19-3).

Eric Williams finished with 27 saves for the Chiefs, while Troy Trombley stopped 37 shots at the other end of the ice.

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