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KAMLOOPS, B. Riley Reiff Jersey .C. - Austin Carroll and Taylor Crunk scored 18 seconds apart late in the third period as the Victoria Royals beat the Kamloops Blazers 5-3 on Saturday in Western Hockey League action.It was Carrolls second of the game for Victoria (15-13-2), which scored three straight goals to open the game. Travis Brown and Greg Chase had the others.The Blazers (11-13-5) answered back with three straight of their own off the sticks of Collin Shirley, Josh Connolly and Matt Needham. The loss was Kamloops fourth straight.Coleman Vollrath made 25 saves for the win while Cole Kehler turned aside 27 shots in defeat.The Royals went 1 for 4 on the power play while the Blazers finished with one goal on five chances.---WHEAT KINGS 6 RAIDERS 3PRINCE ALBERT, Sask. — Nolan Patrick had a goal and an assist to lead Brandon over the Raiders.Colton Waltz, Eric Roy, Tim McGauley, Duncan Campbell and Reid Duke also scored for the Wheat Kings (21-5-2). It was their fourth win in five games.Jordan Tkatch had a three-point night for Prince Albert (13-14-0) with two goals and an assist. Jayden Hart also chipped in.---WARRIORS 4 BLADES 2MOOSE JAW, Sask. — Dustin Perillat scored once and added an assist to help the Warriors double-up Saskatoon.Jiri Smejkal, Brayden Point and Brett Howden also found the back of the net for Moose Jaw (12-12-3).Nick Zajac and Brett Stovin replied for the Blades (7-18-2).---GIANTS 6 HITMEN 3CALGARY — Matt Bellerive struck twice and added an assist as Vancouver skated past the Hitmen.Jesse Roach, Gage Ramsay, Jackson Houck and Josh Thrower also scored for the Giants (10-18-0) to snap a six-game losing streak.Jake Virtanen had two goals for Calgary (14-11-3), with Radel Fazleev adding the other.---REBELS 6 BRONCOS 2RED DEER, Alta. — Scott Feser had a goal and two assists as the Rebels downed Swift Current.Austin Strand, Conner Bleackley, Evan Polei, Brooks Maxwell and Wyatt Johnson supplied the rest of the Red Deer (14-10-4) offence.Jordan Harris and Max Lajoie scored for the Broncos (14-12-4), who lost their third straight.---TIGERS 3 OIL KINGS 2 (OT)MEDICINE HAT, Alta. — Matt Bradley scored 2:14 into overtime as the Tigers edged Edmonton.Tommy Vannelli and Matt Bradley also chipped in for Medicine Hat (19-6-2) for its third-straight win.Andrew Koep opened for scoring for the Oil Kings (14-10-5), with Mads Eller adding the other.---CHIEFS 2 HURRICANES 1SPOKANE, Wash. — Jordan Henderson scored his first goal of the season and it ended up as the game winner as the Chiefs slipped past Lethbridge.Jacob Cardiff opened the scoring for Spokane (14-7-3), which earned its fifth win in a row.Tyler Wong responded at 19:31 of the third period for the Hurricanes (6-17-4) to spoil the shutout.---PATS 3 ROCKETS 1KELOWNA, B.C. — Pavel Padakin and Sam Steel scored short-handed goals to help Regina down the Rockets.Braden Christoffer added an empty-net goal for the Pats (16-10-1) for their third-straight win.Rourke Chartier opened the scoring with his league-leading 29th goal on the power play for Kelowna (22-3-3).---WINTERHAWKS 3 AMERICANS 2KENEWICK, Wash. — Oliver Bjorkstrand chipped in with his 18th goal of the season as Portland held off the Americans.Paul Bittner and Miles Koules also had first-period goals for the Winterhawks (14-12-3), who have won five straight outings.Ty Comrie and Brian Williams replied for Tri-City (15-12-0).---ICE 5 THUNDERBIRDS 2KENT, Wash. — Luke Philp had a goal and two assists as Kootenay beat Seattle.Jaedon Descheneau, Tim Bozon, Zak Zaborosky and Sam Reinhart rounded out the attack for the Ice (12-15-0).Ethan Bear and Nolan Volcan had first-period goals for the Thunderbirds (10-12-4).--- Everson Griffen Jersey . This weeks topics include his take on the Kevin Pillar incident, All-Star snubs, the firing of Padres general manager Josh Byrnes and more. Laquon Treadwell Jersey .com) - SirDominic Pointer posted career highs of 24 points and seven steals to lead No. http://www.thevikingsshoponline.com/Youth-Jarius-Wright-Vikings-Jersey/ . -- Hee Young Park topped the leaderboard at 8 under Friday in the suspended second round of the Kingsmill Championship.EDMONTON - The Edmonton Oilers seem to be getting it together under interim coach Todd Nelson. Derek Roy had a goal and two assists as the Oilers came away with a 5-2 victory over the Chicago Blackhawks on Friday.Benoit Pouliot, Jeff Petry, Nail Yakupov and Taylor Hall also scored for the Oilers (10-23-9) who have gone 3-1-2 under Nelson since he took over sole coaching responsibilities when G.M. Craig MacTavish moved back upstairs after joining Nelson for five games in the wake of the firing of Dallas Eakins.The Oilers had lost 20 of their previous 21 games before showing some recent signs of life.Its fun to win, Hall said. It does make you forget about what place you are in the standings for a couple of days. We need that, we need to be a relaxed group. For us, winning helps out a lot with that.Were starting to gel a lot as a team. When we get down, we come together, we dont try to do too much individually, were starting to play like that and its helping out a lot. Its a nice little stretch for us. A win is a win, no matter where it is in the season. And when youre winning against a team like Chicago its even better.Thats how we have to play every game, added Yakupov. That was really a team game tonight. It was really exciting. We started to play the right way.The Oilers twice scored quickly after allowing a goal, something Nelson said was a good sign that there is still some fight in the squad.It was a great sign that we could bounce back right away, he said. Thats good to see, hopefully that continues and we keep on maturing in that direction. Once they scored, our guys stuck with it and got rewarded.Brandon Saad had both goals for the Blackhawks (27-13-2), who have lost two of their past three games.They played a good game, but we had all the chances we needed to win this game tonight, said Blackhawks goalie Antti Raanta. Ive played better games myself.The game winning-goal, the third one, if you let that kind of bad rebound right to a guys stick, you have to recover and make the save. You cant let in that kind of goal. We lost the game almost because of me, so it is a bad feeling.The Blackhawks were coming off a tough trip after playing the Wild in Minnesota on Thursday night, but Saad said they cant use that as an excuse.Its tough, but there are no excuses, he said. It is part of the NHL and the schedule. We cant blame it on that. We got outworked tonight. It was a big game for us and a tough loss.Were not happy with our last two performances.The Blackhawks started the scoring seven-and-a-half minutes into the first period as Oilers goalie Ben Scrivens was able tto make an initial stop on Chicago forward Jonathan Toews, but the Edmonton defence let Saad skate in unmarked to deposit the rebound into the net for his 11th goal of the season. Linval Joseph Jersey. Edmonton got that goal back just over a minute later as Pouliot tucked a puck past Raanta during a scramble in front of the Blackhawks net.The Oilers went up 2-1 on the power play with six-and-a-half minutes left to play in the opening frame. Teddy Purcell fed a puck in front of the Chicago net and Roy came racing in to deflect it past Raanta.Chicago tied the game six minutes into the second period as Oilers defender Nikita Nikitin blew a tire, allowing a two-on-one. Marian Hossa elected to shoot on the play and the rebound came directly to Saad, who scored his second goal of the game.Edmonton came flying back to regain the lead only 46 seconds later as Petry joined the rush and slipped the rebound from a Yakupov shot through Raantas legs to make it 3-2.Scrivens kept his team in the lead with five minutes left in the second period as he made a huge stop on Andrew Shaw on the doorstep.The Oilers were able to clamp down on defence and limit the Blackhawks chances in the third until Yakupov was able to put the game away, coming in with Hall on a two-on-none opportunity and electing to shoot himself, beating Raanta on the backhand with three minutes remaining. It was Yakupovs first goal in 15 games.Hall added an empty-netter shortly afterwards.Scrivens recorded 19 saves in the win.Both teams return to the ice on Sunday as the Blackhawks return to Chicago to face the Wild and the Oilers finish off a four-game homestand against the Florida Panthers.Notes: It was the second of three games between the Oilers and Hawks this season. Chicago dominated the first contest with a 7-1 win in Edmonton in November. The Blackhawks entered the game having won five in a row over Edmonton, dating to the 2012-13 season… Chicago backup goalie Antti Raanta got the nod in net after watching Corey Crawford make the previous seven starts for the team… There were some obvious statistical differences between the two teams entering the game, the most glaring being goal differential. The Blackhawks were +35 in goal differential (123-8Cool, while Edmonton was -47 (89-136)… Remaining out with injuries for Chicago were Trevor Van Riemsdyk (patella fracture) and Kris Versteeg (upper body), while Edmonton was without the services of Tyler Pitlick (lacerated spleen)… Derek Roy became just the fifth Oiler to have a three-point game this season. Chicagos Patrick Kane has had six three-point games this year. Cheap NFL Jerseys Wholesale Jerseys Wholesale NFL Jerseys Jerseys From China Wholesale NFL Jerseys Cheap NFL Jerseys Cheap Jerseys ' ' '
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