Newspaper article The Canadian Press

WHL Roundup: Schoenborn, Weinger Net Three Points Each as Winterhawks Rout Tigers

Newspaper article The Canadian Press

WHL Roundup: Schoenborn, Weinger Net Three Points Each as Winterhawks Rout Tigers

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WHL Roundup: Winterhawks rout Tigers 8-1

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MEDICINE HAT, Alta. - Alex Schoenborn and Evan Weinger both had two goals and an assist as the Portland Winterhawks routed the Medicine Hat Tigers 8-1 on Saturday night in Western Hockey League action.

Alex Overhardt had a goal and three assists for the Winterhawks (31-25-3). Conor MacEachern, Dominic Turgeon and Skyler McKenzie supplied the rest of the offence.

Max Gerlach scored the lone goal for Medicine Hat (21-34-4).

Adin Hill made 34 saves for the win in net. Nick Schneider took the loss after turning aside 22-of-28 shots in 40 minutes for the Tigers. Mack Shields went the rest of the way -- kicking out 5-of-7 shots.

Portland scored twice on four power plays while Medicine Hat was scoreless on four attempts.

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BRONCOS 4 ICE 2

SWIFT CURRENT, Sask. -- Jamal Watson scored the first of three-straight goals in the third period as the Broncos doubled up Kootenay.

Tyler Steenbergen and Glenn Gawdin also chipped in during the third for Swift Current (21-30-7). Dom Schmiemann had a power-play goal in the second.

Dallas Hines and Zak Zborosky had goals for the Ice (10-44-5).

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OIL KINGS 3 WARRIORS 2

MOOSE JAW, Sask. -- Dario Meyer scored the eventual winner in the second as Edmonton topped the Warriors.

Tyler Robertson and Brett Pollock rounded out the attack for the Oil Kings (25-27-7).

Tanner Jeannot and Dryden Hunt had goals for Moose Jaw (30-22-8).

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BLADES 2 RAIDERS 1 (OT)

SASKATOON -- Cameron Hebig scored 25 seconds into overtime as the Blades slipped past Prince Albert.

Logan Christensen opened the scoring in the first period for Saskatoon (22-33-4), which won its third in a row.

Layne Bensmiller tied the game at 1-1 with a goal in the third for the Raiders (31-20-8).

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HITMEN 3 HURRICANES 2

CALGARY -- Jakob Stukel struck twice as the Hitmen edged Lethbridge.

Dawson Martin added the other in the third period for Calgary (34-22-3). …

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