WHL Roundup: Tigers beat Hurricanes in SO, extend win streak to six

The Canadian Press

LETHBRIDGE, Alta. — James Hamblin and Brett Kemp scored in the shootout as the Medicine Hat Tigers edged the Lethbridge Hurricanes 4-3 on Friday in Western Hockey League play.

Cole Sillinger, Cyle McNabb and Elijah Brown scored in regulation to help the Tigers (20-7-1) to their sixth straight victory. 

Oliver Okuliar struck twice and Alex Cotton had the other for the Hurricanes (17-9-5), who have dropped four in a row. 

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Garin Bjorklund made 33 saves for Medicine Hat as Carl Tetachuk turned aside 35 shots for Lethbridge.

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BLAZERS 5 WHEAT KINGS 4 (SO)

BRANDON, Man. — Ryan Hughes scored once in regulation and again in the shootout to lift Kamloops (18-9-1) over the Wheat Kings (13-15-2).

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OIL KINGS 4 HITMEN 2

CALGARY — Dylan Guenther scored the third of three power-play goals, and Todd Scott made 40 saves as Edmonton (19-6-6) beat the Hitmen (14-8-4) for its fourth straight win.

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REBELS 7 WARRIORS 3

MOOSE JAW, Sask. — Arshdeep Bains had two goals and an assist as Red Deer (10-15-3) won its third straight outing, while handing the Warriors (9-15-1) their eighth loss in a row.

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ROCKETS 2 RAIDERS 1

PRINCE ALBERT, Sask. — Nolan Foote scored the winner and Roman Basran made 26 saves as Kelowna (15-8-3) improved to 6-0-1 in its last seven with a win over the Raiders (18-6-4).

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CHIEFS 2 GIANTS 1

LANGLEY, B.C. — Campbell Arnold stopped 30 shots and Spokane (15-9-3) scored twice in the first on its way to defeating Vancouver (13-13-2).

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SILVERTIPS 5 BRONCOS 1

SWIFT CURRENT, Sask. — Bryce Kindopp had two goals and two assists and Cole Fonstad added a goal and two helpers as Everett (19-6-1) handed the Broncos (6-18-3) their fifth loss in a row.

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THUNDERBIRDS 4 ROYALS 1

VICTORIA — Payton Mount scored twice and Blake Lyda turned aside 35 shots as Seattle (9-14-3) downed the Royals (14-9-2).

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ICE 3 PATS 2 (OT)

WINNIPEG — Peyton Krebs scored at 2:28 of overtime while Liam Hughes made 23 saves as the Ice (16-11-1) slipped past Regina (6-17-3).

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This report by The Canadian Press was first published Dec. 6, 2019.

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