EDMONTON - Colton Kehler scored the go-ahead goal on a power play midway through the third period and the Edmonton Oil Kings won their fifth straight, 2-1 over the Prince Albert Raiders in Western Hockey League action on Tuesday.
Brett Pollock opened the scoring with a power-play goal for Edmonton (13-14-3), 15:40 into the first period.
Reid Gardiner had the lone goal for the Raiders (18-9-3), also on a power play, 10:04 into the second.
Patrick Dea turned aside 26 shots for the win. Rylan Parenteau made 27 saves in the loss.
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BRANDON, Man. ? Jordy Stallard scored two goals and assisted on another as Calgary hammered the Wheat Kings.
Carsen Twarynski had a short-handed, empty-net goal in the final minute and added two assists for the Hitmen (19-11-2). Jakob Stukel and Radel Fazleev chipped in with a goal and as assist apiece, and Jake Bean had three helpers.
Ivan Provorov led Brandon (17-9-3) with a goal and two assists. John Quenneville, Macoy Erkamps and Tim McGauley rounded out the offence.
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PRINCE GEORGE, B.C. ??? Chase Witala scored three times, including two of his team's four goals in the third period, as the Cougars downed Kootenay.
Brad Morrison scored twice for Prince George (18-9-2) while Sam Ruopp had a goal and an assist. Luke Harrison rounded out the barrage.
Noah Philp and Zak Zborsky scored for the Ice (6-24-2), who have lost eight straight.