Newspaper article The Canadian Press

WHL Roundup: Jamal Watson Scores OT Winner as Broncos Get Past Cougars

Newspaper article The Canadian Press

WHL Roundup: Jamal Watson Scores OT Winner as Broncos Get Past Cougars

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WHL Roundup: Broncos edge Cougars in OT

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SWIFT CURRENT, Sask. - Jamal Watson scored the winner early in overtime and Taz Burman made 29 saves as the Swift Current Broncos got past the Prince George Cougars 4-3 on Friday night in Western Hockey League action.

Max Lajoie, Jon Martin and Sahvan Khaira also had goals for the Broncos (16-27-5).

Chase Witala struck twice, with Brogan O'Brien adding the other for Prince George (29-18-3). Ty Edmonds turned aside 30 shots in net.

Swift Current was 1 for 7 on the power play while the Cougars scored once on four chances.

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PATS 4 BLADES 0

REGINA -- Tyler Brown stopped all 28 shots he faced as the Pats shut out Saskatoon.

Riley Woods had a pair of goals, with Austin Wagner and Robbie Holmes also chipping in for Regina (21-21-7).

Brock Hamm kicked out 33 shots for the Blades (17-28-4).

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HITMEN 4 RAIDERS 1

CALGARY -- Tyler Mrkonjic scored twice and added an assist as the Hitmen toppled Prince Albert.

Jakob Stukel and Beck Malenstyn had the others for Calgary (29-18-2).

Jordan Tkatch had a power-play goal for the Raiders (26-17-5).

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OIL KINGS 4 WHEAT KINGS 3

EDMONTON -- Andrew Koep struck twice as the Oil Kings edged Brandon.

Lane Bauer and Dysin Mayo also chipped in for Edmonton (20-23-7).

Jayce Hawryluk, Ivan Provorov and Tyler Coulter supplied the offence for the Wheat Kings (30-14-4).

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REBELS 8 ICE 2

RED DEER, Alta. -- Adam Helewka had a pair of goals as the Rebels routed Kootenay.

Austin Strand, Colton Bobyk, Austin Pratt, Grayson Pawlenchuk, Jake DeBrusk and Adam Musil rounded out the attack for Red Deer (32-15-3).

Matt Alfaro and Zak Zborosky found the back of the net for the Ice (8-37-4).

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TIGERS 3 WARRIORS 1

MEDICINE HAT, Alta. -- Matt Bradley had a pair of goals in the third period as the Tigers got past Moose Jaw.

David Quenneville added the other for Medicine Hat (20-25-4).

Nikita Popugaev opened the scoring for the Warriors (24-18-7). …

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