Newspaper article The Canadian Press

WHL Roundup: Reid Gardiner Has Four Points to Lead Raiders over Chiefs

Newspaper article The Canadian Press

WHL Roundup: Reid Gardiner Has Four Points to Lead Raiders over Chiefs

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WHL Roundup: Raiders get past Chiefs 7-4

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SPOKANE, Wash. - Reid Gardiner had two goals and two assists as the Prince Albert Raiders scored five times in the third period to beat the Spokane Chiefs 7-4 on Friday night in Western Hockey League action.

Austin Glover, Dylan Williamson, Matteo Gennaro, Simon Stransky and Sean Montgomery supplied the rest of the offence for the Raiders (7-2-1). Jesse Lees tacked on three assists as Prince Albert won its third straight.

Markson Bechtold, Luke Harrison, Riley Whittingham and Kolten Olynek found the back of the net for the Chiefs (3-4-1).

Rylan Parenteau started in goal for the Raiders and turned away 3-of-6 shots in 20 minutes before giving way to Ian Scott. Scott went the rest of the way and made 17 saves in relief. Tyson Verhelst kicked out 27 shots for Spokane.

Prince Albert went 2 for 3 on the power play and didn't take any penalties of its own.

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WHEAT KINGS 5 BRONCOS 3

BRANDON, Man. -- Jayce Hawryluk, Reid Duke and Tanner Kaspick all scored in the third period as the Wheat Kings got past Swift Current.

Macoy Erkamps opened the scoring with a power-play goal for Brandon (5-1-2). Connor Gutenberg chipped in with a second-period goal.

Artyom Minulin, Jake DeBrusk and Scott Feser provided the offence for the Broncos (4-4-1).

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PATS 4 OIL KINGS 2

EDMONTON -- Rykr Cole and Brady Pouteau scored in the first three minutes of the game as Regina went on to double up the Oil Kings.

Austin Wagner had a goal midway through the third period for the Pats (5-4-0), with Sam Steel adding an empty netter.

Dario Meyer and Colton Kehler found the back of the net for Edmonton (3-5-1).

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TIGERS 6 ICE 3

MEDICINE HAT, Alta. -- Steven Owre scored twice and added an assist as the Tigers snapped a four-game losing streak by downing Kootenay.

Ryan Jevne, Chad Butcher, Alex Mowbray and Cole Sanford also chipped in for Medicine Hat (3-4-1). …

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