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WHL Roundup: Williams scores twice, including winner, as Americans edge Silvertips @NHLdotcom

KENNEWICK, Wash. - Brian Williams scored two goals, including the winner 18 seconds into overtime, as Tri-City toppled the Everett Silvertips 4-3 on Saturday in Western Hockey League action.

Beau McCue and Connor Rankin also scored for the Americans (12-9-2) while Parker Bowles chipped in with three assists.

Tyler Sandhu, Kohl Bauml and Joshua Winquist supplied the offence for the Silvertips (13-3-4), who earned at least one point in their fourth straight game.

Tri-City's Eric Comrie made 29 saves for the win. Everett's Daniel Cotton stopped 20 shots in defeat.

The Americans went 2 for 3 on the power play while the Silvertips scored twice on seven chances with the man advantage.



SWIFT CURRENT, Sask. ? Colby Cave and Graham Black each scored twice as the Broncos extended their win streak to seven games by defeating Prince Albert.

Connor Sanvido and Cavin Leth also scored for Swift Current (13-8-1) and Julian Honka tacked on three assists.

Matteo Gennaro scored both goals for the Raiders (11-8-2).

Eetu Laurikainen was impressive for the Broncos as he turned away 40 shots for the win. Cole Cheveldave allowed four goals on 11 shots and was pulled from Prince Albert's net after 14 minutes of action. Nick McBridge stopped 18-of-20 shots in relief.



SASKATOON ??? Torrin White scored twice, including 3:59 into overtime, as Moose Jaw edged the Blades.

Josh Uhrich and Sam Fioretti also scored for the Warriors (7-11-4) as White added an assist for a three-point outing.

Saskatoon (9-10-3) got goals form Brett Stovin, Graham Millar and Ryan Coghlan.

Moose Jaw's Zachary Sawchenko made 23 saves for the win. Alex Moodie stopped 22 shots for the Blades.



CALGARY ??? Daniel Wapple made 36 saves as Medicine Hat slipped past the Hitmen in a shootout.

Curtis Valk scored the shootout winner for the Tigers (13-3-3) while Hunter Shinkaruk and Trevor Cox scored in regulation.

Calder Brooks and Kenton Helgesen supplied the offence for Calgary (10-5-4), which has dropped three games in a row.

Chris Driedger stopped 29 shots for the Hitmen.



CRANBROOK, B.C. ??? Austin Vettrl's goal late in the second period stood up as the winner as Kootenay beat Spokane.

Luke Philp and Levi Cable also scored for the Ice (10-8-2), who scored twice while on the man advantage.

Mike Aviani and Mitch Holmberg each had a goal and an assist for the Chiefs (14-7-0).

Kootenay's Wyatt Hofflin stopped 23 shots for the victory. Eric Williams made 27 saves in net for Spokane.



LETHBRIDGE, Alta. ??? Red Deer scored three power-play goals to hand the Hurricanes their ninth loss in a row.

Conner Bleackley, Rhyse Dieno and Nick Charif each scored with the man advantage for the Rebels (9-11-1) and Brooks Maxwell scored even strength.

Brady Ramsay, Jamal Watson and Josh Derko scored for Lethbridge (2-16-3), which sits dead last in the WHL standings.

Red Deer's Patrik Bartosak made 21 saves for the win as Hurricanes' netminder Corbin Boes turned away 26 shots in defeat.



PORTLAND, Ore. ??? Coleman Vollrath turned back 41 shots as Victoria defeated the Winterhawks.

Brandon Magee scored twice, including the winner, for the Royals (12-9-1) and Austin Carroll had the other.

Oliver Bjorkstrand and Taylor Leier scored for Portland (14-4-2) and Derrick Pouliot assisted on both.

Brendan Burke made 33 saves for the Winterhawks.



VANCOUVER ??? Brett Kulak scored twice as the Giants crushed Prince George.

Tim Traber, Dmitry Osipov and Jackson Houck also scored for Vancouver (8-11-2).

Troy Bourke registered the lone goal for the Cougars (7-11-4), who are winless in six games.

Payton Lee made 21 saves for the Giants. Brett Zarowny and Ty Edmonds combined to stop 35-of-40 shots for Prince George.



KELOWNA, B.C. ????????? Jordan Cooke stopped 25 shots as the Rockets blanked Edmonton for their seventh straight victory.

Kris Schmidli and Justin Kirkland scored for Kelowna (14-2-0).

Tristan Jarry turned away 28-of-30 shots for the Oil Kings (12-8-1).

The loss snapped Edmonton's four-game win streak.



KENT, Wash. ????????? Morgan Klimchuk scored twice as Regina came from behind to defeat Seattle.

Boston Leier, Kyle Burroughs and Braden Christoffer also scored for the Pats (11-9-0), who trailed 3-2 after 40 minutes of play.

Brandon Troock, Alexander Delnov and Adam Henry recorded goals for the Thunderbirds (11-7-2), who dropped their fourth contest in a row.

Regina's Dawson MacAuley made 28 saves for the win as Danny Mumaugh gave Seattle a chance by stopping 49-of-53 shots.


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