Newspaper article The Canadian Press

WHL Roundup: Foster Strikes Twice as Warriors Beat Tigers for 8th Straight Win

Newspaper article The Canadian Press

WHL Roundup: Foster Strikes Twice as Warriors Beat Tigers for 8th Straight Win

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WHL Roundup: Warriors with 8th straight


MOOSE JAW, Sask. - Thomas Foster struck twice as the Moose Jaw Warriors beat the Medicine Hat Tigers 5-3 on Saturday night for their eighth straight win in Western Hockey League action.

Tanner Jeannot, Yan Khomenko and Noah Gregor also scored for the Warriors (40-17-8). Zach Sawchenko made 35 saves.

John Dahlstrom had a pair of goals for Medicine Hat (46-19-1), which had its four-game winning streak ended. Steven Owre added the other and Michael Bullion stopped 41 shots.

Moose Jaw was scoreless on two power plays and the Tigers failed to score on their lone opportunity.



PRINCE ALBERT, Sask. -- Parker Kelly had two goals and two assists and Ian Scott made 25 saves as the Raiders blanked Kootenay.

Cavin Leth scored one goal and three assists for Prince Albert (18-41-7) with Vojtech Budik, Brayden Pachal, Tim Vanstone, Simon Stransky and Kolten Olynek rounding out the attack.

Payton Lee kicked out 39-of-47 shots in 51:25 before giving way to Jakob Walter, who stopped all seven shots he faced for the Ice (14-40-10).



REGINA -- Luke Coleman and Beck Malenstyn had a goal and two assists apiece as Calgary snapped a three-game skid with a win over the Pats.

Vladislav Yeryomenko, Tristen Nielsen, Jake Kryski and Matteo Gennaro also chipped in for the Hitmen (25-30-10).

Adam Brooks struck twice and Braydon Buziak had the other for Regina (44-12-8).



SASKATOON -- Brennan Menell scored the overtime winner and Giorgio Estephan had two goals and two assists as Lethbridge edged the Blades.

Zak Zborosky and Egor Babenko also chipped in and Tyler Wong tacked on three helpers for the Hurricanes (42-17-7), who won their sixth straight.

Braylon Shmyr had a hat trick for Saskatoon (25-31-9) and Kirby Dach also scored.



PORTLAND, Ore. -- Cole Kehler needed only 12 saves as the Winterhawks shut out Vancouver for their third straight win.

Cody Glass, on the power play, Joachim Blichfeld and Ryan Hughes scored for Portland (35-26-4). …

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