Newspaper article The Canadian Press

WHL Roundup: Levi Cable Scores Four Goals to Lead Ice in Rout over Hitmen

Newspaper article The Canadian Press

WHL Roundup: Levi Cable Scores Four Goals to Lead Ice in Rout over Hitmen

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WHL Roundup: Cable, Ice rout Hitmen

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CRANBROOK, B.C. - From the opening faceoff, it was all Levi Cable.

Cable scored three of his four goals in the first 23:10 of play to start the game as the Kootenay Ice routed the Calgary Hitmen 6-2 on Saturday night in Western Hockey League action.

Luke Philp and Jaedon Descheneau also found the back of the net for Kootenay (19-17-0) for its fourth-straight win.

Pavel Karnaukhov and Michael Zipp replied for the Hitmen (19-13-3).

Wyatt Hoflin was solid in net, turning aside 49 shots in the victory. Mack Shields started in goal for Calgary but was pulled after stopping 10-of-14 shots in 24:48. Evan Johnson entered in relief and made six saves in 35:12.

Both teams scored once on three power-play chances.

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BLADES 6 RAIDERS 3

PRINCE ALBERT, Sask. -- Ryan Graham and Sam McKechnie both had a pair of goals as Saskatoon doubled the Raiders.

Mason McCarty and Nikita Soshnin also scored for the Blades (8-25-3).

Jayden Hart, Reid Gardiner and Jordan Tkatch responded for Prince Albert (16-19-1).

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WHEAT KINGS 3 WARRIORS 0

MOOSE JAW, Sask. -- Jordan Papirny stopped all 29 shots he faced as No. 5 nationally-ranked Brandon blanked the Warriors.

Jayce Hawryluk, John Quenneville and Reid Duke all scored for the Wheat Kings (25-7-4).

Zach Sawchenko kicked out 30 shots for Moose Jaw (15-18-3), which has lost four straight.

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BRONCOS 5 PATS 3

SWIFT CURRENT, Sask. -- Carter Rigby had a goal and three assists as the Broncos slipped past Regina.

Colby Cave struck twice for Swift Current (18-14-4), with Jay Merkley and Jake DeBrusk rounding out the attack.

Kyle Burroughs, Adam Brooks and Connor Gay scored for the Pats (20-12-2).

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HURRICANES 6 TIGERS 5

MEDICINE HAT, Alta. -- Zane Jones scored his second of the game at 17:36 of the third period as Lethbridge held on to beat the Tigers.

Jamal Watson also struck twice for the Hurricanes (9-20-5) for their third-straight win. Giorgio Estephan and Miles Warkentine supplied the rest of the offence.

Alex Mowbray had a pair of goals for Medicine Hat (24-9-2), with Tommy Vannelli, Anthony Ast and Kyle Becker also chipping in.

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REBELS 3 OIL KINGS 2

EDMONTON -- Wyatt Johnson scored twice to lead the Oil Kings over Red Deer. …

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