LETHBRIDGE, Alta. — Chase Pauls and Cole Shepard both recorded a goal and an assist as the Lethbridge Hurricanes won their fifth straight, defeating the Edmonton Oil Kings 4-1 on Wednesday night.
Tristan Zandee and Logan Wormald added the others for Lethbridge (19-11-0-1). Harrison Meneghin stopped 26 shots.
Nathan Pilling scored the lone goal for Edmonton (4-26-1). Kolby Hay made 44 saves.
Pilling knotted the game at 1-1 12:02 into the second period before Pauls kick-started a run of three unanswered goals from the Hurricanes. Shepard opened the scoring 10:07 into the second.
PATS 4 CHIEFS 3 (SO)
REGINA — Tanner Howe and Alexander Suzdalev each scored in the shootout to cap Regina’s (17-13-1-1) comeback win over Spokane (6-20-0-2). Howe and Suzdalev also scored in regulation as the Pats netted three unanswered goals, capped by Zane Rowan’s tying marker in the third.
SILVERTIPS 5 AMERICANS 3
EVERETT, WA. — Jackson Berezowski scored two goals as Everett (16-12-1) held off a Tri-City (14-14-0) rally to win. The Silvertips were up 4-0 after an Eric Jameison third-period goal before the Americans scored three unanswered. Berezowski sealed it with a late empty netter.
TIGERS 3 RAIDERS 2
PRINCE ALBERT, SASK. — Shane Smith scored what proved to be the winner goal as Medicine Hat (12-16-4-1) edged Prince Albert (10-19-2). Smith’s marker came with 3:31 remaining to give the Tigers a 3-1 lead before Sloan Stanick made it a one-goal game with 46 seconds left.
ROCKETS 5 BRONCOS 2
SWIFT CURRENT, SASK. — Andrew Cristall had two goals and two assists as Kelowna (11-13-3) defeated Swift Current (12-15-0-1). Rockets goaltender Jari Kykkanen made 47 saves as the Broncos outshot Kelowna 49-31.
GIANTS 5 ROYALS 3
VICTORIA — Jaden Lipinski recorded two goals and one assist as Vancouver (12-14-3-2) topped Victoria (5-23-3). Tied at 1-1 after the first period, the Giants scored four unanswered goals with Ty Thorpe capping the run 4:12 into the third.
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This report by The Canadian Press was first published Dec. 14, 2022.
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