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Saturday, April 27, 2019


PRINCE ALBERT, Sask. - Aliaksei Protas scored a hat trick as the Raiders blanked Edmonton 4-0 for a 3-2 series lead in the WHL's Eastern Conference Final.

Ian Scott made 24 saves for the shutout while Brett Leason also scored for Prince Albert. Dylan Myskiw turned away 26 shots for the Oil Kings, who face elimination in Game 6 on Sunday at Rogers Place.

LANGLEY, B.C. - In the west, the Vancouver Giants will be playing for the Ed Chynoweth Cup.

Brayden Watts scored the winner at 4:43 of the third period as Vancouver beat the Spokane Chiefs 3-2 on Friday to advance to the Western Hockey League final. Bowen Byram and Justin Sourdif also scored for the Giants, who took the Western Conference final in five games. Jaret Anderson-Dolan and Ethan McIndoe had goals for the Chiefs.


PORTAGE LA PRAIRIE, MB - The Battlefords North Stars found themselves behind the eight ball early in Game 1 of the 2019 Anavet Cup on Friday, as the MJHL Champion Portage Terriers jumped out to a 2-0 first period lead in front of their home fans, thanks to a pair of goals from Jared Roy.

The SJHL champs chipped away at the deficit, as Dylan Esau scored the Stars' first Anavet Cup goal just over a minute into the second period, setting the stage for a third period comeback.

MacGregor Sinclair tied things up at 6:29 of the final frame, and when overtime appeared to be looming, Ryan Gil potted the game winner with 51 seconds left in regulation, as the Stars picked up the 3-2 decision and a 1-0 series lead.

Joel Gryzbowski was once again one of the main reasons for a North Stars' victory, as he made 29 saves on 31 Portage shots.  The Terriers out-shot the Stars 31-18 on the night, as the Stars managed just four first period shots, and five more in the second before appearing to find their legs in the third.

They'll stay the night in Portage la Prairie, with Game 2 set for Saturday.  The North Stars look to put themselves in a good spot as they'll host potentially three straight games next Tuesday-Thursday.

(Files from Canadian Press,

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