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REGINA - Scott Ratzlaff stopped 28 shots for the shutout as the Seattle Thunderbirds downed the Regina Pats 6-0 in Western Hockey League play Friday night.

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REGINA – Scott Ratzlaff stopped 28 shots for the shutout as the Seattle Thunderbirds downed the Regina Pats 6-0 in Western Hockey League play Friday night.

Lucas Ciona and Jordan Gustafson led the way offensively for Seattle (28-4-1-1) with two goals apiece. Coster Dunn scored the other.

Kelton Pyne made 28 saves for Regina (18-19-1-1).

RAIDERS 2 REBELS 1

PRINCE ALBERT – Sloan Stanick’s second-period goal proved to be the winner for the Raiders (13-21-3-0). Ryder Ritchie had the other as Max Hildebrand stopped 32 shots. Jace Isley replied for Red Deer (26-7-1-3).

TIGERS 3 OIL KINGS 2

EDMONTON – Pavel Bocharov’s goal at 17:08 of the third period earned Medicine Hat (14-18-5-1) the win. Brayden Boehm and Dru Krebs also scored. Nathan Pilling and Rilen Kovacevic scored for Edmonton (4-33-1-0).

BRONCOS 5 BLADES 4 (SO)

SWIFT CURRENT – Josh Filmon’s shootout goal earned Swift Current (17-15-0-1) the win. Filmon, Mathew Ward, Brady Birnie and Caleb Wyrostok all scored in regulation. Tanner Molendyk, Charlie Wright, Conner Roulette and Egor Sidorov had the goals for Saskatoon (25-6-2-1).

HITMEN 2 WARRIORS 1 (SO)

MOOSE JAW -Zac Funk had the lone goal of the shootout to secure Calgary (21-11-3-1) the win. Riley Fiddler-Schultz scored in regulation as Ethan Buenaventura stopped 35 shots. Atley Calvert replied for the Warriors (23-13-0-1) as Connor Ungar made 43 saves.

WHEAT KINGS 3 WINTERHAWKS 2

BRANDON – Quinn Mantei, Brett Hyland and Nate Danielson scored the goals for the Wheat Kings (16-17-4-0). James Stefan and Jack O’Brien replied for Portland (26-5-2-1).

SILVERTIPS 4 COUGARS 2

PRINCE GEORGE – Ryan Hofer had two goals to lead the way for Everett (18-17-1-0). Austin Roest and Jesse Heslop also scored. Koehn Ziemmer and Riley Heidt countered for the Cougars (15-17-3-0).

ROCKETS 3 BLAZERS 2

KELOWNA – Andrew Cristall, scored twice, including the winner in the second period for the Rockets (13-19-3-0). Marcus Pacheco had the other goal. Kyle Masters and Daylan Kuefler scored for Kamloops (21-8-4-2).

ROYALS 6 CHIEFS 3

SPOKANE – Marcus Almquist and Tanner Scott had two goals apiece for Victoria (10-24-3-1), Riley Gannon and Matthew Hodson also scored. Cade Hayes, Chase Bertholet and Ty Cheveldayoff replied for Spokane (7-25-1-2).

GIANTS 3 AMERICANS 2 (OT)

TRI-CITY – Brenden Pentecost’s overtime goal earned Vancouver (15-16-4-2) the victory. Cameron Schmidt and Ty Halaburda had the others. Jalen Luypen and Jordan Gavin handled the scoring for Tri-City (16-16-2-1).

This roundup was generated automatically with a CP-developed application.

This report by The Canadian Press was first published Jan. 6, 2023.

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