WHL roundup: Bedard scores twice as Pats kick Broncos 5-2
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REGINA – Connor Bedard scored twice, Alexander Suzdalev scored once and added two assists as the Regina Pats defeated the visiting Swift Current Broncos 5-2 in Western Hockey League action on Saturday.
Tanner Howe and Matteo Michels also scored for the Pats (22-20-1-1), who outshot the Broncos 30-25.
Clarke Caswell and Connor Gabriel scored for the Broncos (21-18-0-2), who trailed 2-1 after the first period and 3-1 heading into the third.
BLAZERS 6 AMERICANS 5 (OT)
KAMLOOPS, B.C. — Logan Stankoven’s third goal of the game, at 2:47 of overtime, helped the Kamloops Blazers edge the Tri-City Americans 6-5.
Fraser Minten, Dylan Sydor and Olen Zellweger also scored for the Blazers (26-9-4-2).
Ethan Ernst scored twice for the Americans (20-16-4-1), while Adam Mechura, Lukas Dragicevic and Ethan Peters netted singles.
RAIDERS 3 BLADES 1
PRINCE ALBERT, Sask. — Keaton Sorensen scored a goal and added an assist as the Prince Albert Raiders knocked off the visiting Saskatoon Blades 3-1.
Niall Crocker and Eric Johnston also scored for the Raiders (16-25-3-0).
Brandon Lisowsky scored for the Blades (28-19-3-1).
REBELS 2 WHEAT KINGS 1 (OT)
RED DEER, Alta. — Kalan Lind scored the game winner 39 seconds into overtime as the Red Deer Rebels edged the Brandon Wheat Kings 2-1.
Jayden Grubbe also scored for the Rebels (31-8-1-3)
Nolan Ritchie scored for the Wheat Kings (18-20-5-0).
TIGERS 7 HITMEN 1
MEDICINE HAT, Alta. — Shane Smith scored twice as the Medicine Hat Tigers defeated the visiting Calgary Hitmen 7-1.
Kurtis Smythe, Cayden Lindstrom, Pavel Bocharov, Hunter St. Martin and Josh Van Mulligen also scored for the Tigers (18-21-5-1).
Oliver Tulk scored for the Hitmen (22-16-3-1).
COUGARS 4 OIL KINGS 3 (OT)
EDMONTON, Alta. — Chase Wheatcroft scored 46 seconds into overtime and the visiting Prince George Cougars edged the Edmonton Oil Kings 4-3.
Koehn Ziemmer scored twice while Zac Funk also scored for the Cougars (19-20-4-0).
Marshall Finnie, Cole Miller and Noah Boyko scored for the Oil Kings (6-34-3-0).
WINTERHAWKS 5 HURRICANES 2
PORTLAND, Ore. — Robbie Fromm-Delorme scored twice as the Portland Winterhawks defeated the visiting Lethbridge Hurricanes 5-2.
Gabe Klassen, Diego Buttazzoni and Chaz Lucius also scored for the Winterhawks (29-8-2-1).
Tyson Laventure and Logan Wormald scored for the Hurricanes (24-16-3-2).
THUNDERBIRDS 6 SILVERTIPS 2
SEATTLE, Wash. — Kyle Crnkovic scored twice as the Seattle Thunderbirds defeated the Everett Silvertips 6-2.
Kevin Korchinski, Tij Iginla, Jared Davidson and Nico Myatovic also scored for the Thunderbirds (32-7-1-1).
Beau Courtney scored twice for the Silvertips (22-20-1-0).
ICE 3 WARRIORS 2
WINNIPEG, Man. — The Winnipeg ICE defeated the Moose Jaw Warriors 3-2 after a three-round shootout.
Zach Benson and Owen Pederson scored for the ICE (32-5-1-0) in regulation.
Martin Rysavy and Atley Calvert scored for the Warriors (28-14-0-3).
GIANTS 4 ROCKETS 3
KELOWNA, B.C. — Tyler Thorpe scored the game-winning goal at 9:28 of the third period as the Vancouver Giants edged the Kelowna Rockets.
Matthew Edwards, Connor Dale and Ty Halaburda also scored for the Giants (17-20-4-2).
Adam Kydd scored twice for the Rockets (14-24-3-0), while Turner McMillen netted a single.
CHIEFS 6 ROYALS 3
SPOKANE, Wash. — Cade Hayes scored twice as the Spokane Chiefs topped the Victoria Royals 6-3.
Ty Cheveldayoff, Chase Bertholet, Mac Gross and Carter Streek also scored for the Chiefs (9-29-1-2).
Jake Poole, Marcus Almquist and Teydon Trembecky scored for the Royals (12-27-3-1).
* This roundup was generated automatically with a CP-developed application.
This report by The Canadian Press was first published Jan. 21, 2023.