Newspaper article The Canadian Press

WHL Roundup: Bobyk Scores Twice Early as Rebels Down Oil Kings 7-2

Newspaper article The Canadian Press

WHL Roundup: Bobyk Scores Twice Early as Rebels Down Oil Kings 7-2

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WHL Roundup: Rebels down Oil Kings 7-2


RED DEER, Alta. - Colton Bobyk scored twice in the opening 3:13 of the first period and added an assist as the Red Deer Rebels downed the Edmonton Oil Kings 7-2 on Saturday in Western Hockey League action.

Austin Pratt also had a pair of goals for the Rebels (45-24-3). Jeff de Wit, Luke Philp and Adam Helewka rounded out the attack.

Brett Pollock replied in the third with a pair of goals for Edmonton (29-36-7).

Trevor Martin stopped all 21 shots he faced in 40 minutes for the win in net. Dawson Weatherill turned away 10-of-12 shots in relief. Payton Lee took the loss after kicking out 19-of-25 shots in 40 minutes. Carter Phair stopped five shots in the third.

Red Deer was 4 for 7 on the power play while the Oil Kings scored once on four chances with the man advantage.



BRANDON, Man. -- Jayce Hawryluk scored a hat trick and Jordan Papriny made 17 saves as the Wheat Kings shut out Regina.

Mitch Wheaton and Tanner Kaspick tacked on two assists apiece for Brandon (48-18-6), which improved its recent run to 11-0-2.

Tyler Brown turned away 48-of-51 shots for the Pats (36-28-8), who had their five-game winning streak snapped.



MOOSE JAW, Sask. -- Noah Gregor had a goal and an assist as the Warriors toppled Swift Current.

Patrik Maier opened the scoring with Dryden Hunt adding his 58th of the season in the second for Moose Jaw (36-27-9).

Glenn Gawdin responded for the Broncos (24-38-10).



SASKATOON -- Nikita Soshnin scored the winner in the third period as the Blades snapped a six-game skid with a win over Prince Albert.

Cameron Hebig and Nolan Reid, on the power play, also chipped in for Saskatoon (26-42-4).

Tim Vanstone and Simon Stransky found the back of the net for the Raiders (38-26-8).



MEDICINE HAT, Alta. -- Brian Williams scored the eventual winner in the third period as the Tigers doubled up Lethbridge.

Ty Schultz, Ryan Jevne and Zach Fischer also chipped in for Medicine Hat (30-37-5).

Arvin Atwal and Jordy Bellerive had goals for the Hurricanes (46-24-2). …

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