Saturday, November 3, 2012
PATS 4 RAIDERS 1 & DUB ROUND-UP
Dyson Stevenson had a power-play goal for Regina (7-11-1), while Colten Mayor, Jack Rodewald and Emil Sylvegard also scored.
Sawyer Lange had the only goal for Prince Albert (11-5-2), as Luke Siemens stopped 23 shots. The Pats were 1-for-4 on the power play and the Raiders went 0-for-3 with the man advantage. Both teams were heavily penalized, with Regina accruing 40 minutes of penalties and Prince Albert earning 42.
For the second time in as many nights, the Moose Jaw Warriors let a third-period lead slip away.
The Seattle Thunderbirds rallied to a 4-3 shootout win over the Warriors in Western Hockey League action Saturday. Alexander Delnov and Riley Sheen scored in the shootout for the Thunderbirds (8-7-1), while Brendan Rouse, Seth Swenson and Robert Lipsbergs scored in regulation.
Andrew Johnson and Tanner Eberle scored in the first period for Moose Jaw (7-7-4), while Sam Fioretti added one more in the third.
Hitmen 4 Wheat Kings 2
At Brandon, Man., Greg Chase set up three goals to lead Calgary (10-4-3) past the Wheat Kings (8-7-3).
Giants 6 Ice 3
At Cranbrook, B.C., Marek Tvrdon scored twice and added two assists in Vancouver's (5-11-0) victory over Kootenay (4-10-1).
Hurricanes 5 Blades 4 (SO)
At Lethbridge, Alta., Jay Merkley was the lone scorer in the shootout as the Hurricanes (10-7-2) edged Saskatoon (7-9-1).
Oil Kings 2 Broncos 1
At Swift Current, Sask., Michael St. Croix scored his team-leading 11th goal with 11:43 left in regulation to spark Edmonton (10-4-3) to a win over the Broncos (7-8-5).
Winterhawks 6 Royals 2
At Portland, Ore., the Winterhawks (12-3-1) won their eighth in a row, as they rallied from a 2-0 deficit in the first period to dump Victoria (9-8-0).
Rockets 5 Cougars 0
At Kelowna, B.C., Jackson Whistle made 21 saves as the Rockets (10-6-2) blanked Prince George (7-8-2).
Chiefs 5 Silvertips 0
At Spokane, Wash., Eric Williams made 26 saves as the Chiefs (12-6-0) shut out Everett (6-11-2).
Americans 5 Rebels 2
At Kennewick, Wash., Justin Feser and Brian Williams had two goals apiece to lead Tri-City (11-6-2) past the Rebels (9-9-2).
(The Canadian Press)