Newspaper article The Canadian Press

WHL Roundup: Matteo Gennaro Scores Twice to Lead Swift Current Past Brandon

Newspaper article The Canadian Press

WHL Roundup: Matteo Gennaro Scores Twice to Lead Swift Current Past Brandon

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WHL Roundup: Broncos down Wheat Kings 5-2


SWIFT CURRENT, Sask. - Matteo Gennaro scored twice as the Swift Current Broncos beat the Brandon Wheat Kings 5-2 on Saturday in Western Hockey League action.

Beck Malenstyn, Tyler Steenbergen and Glenn Gawdin also scored for the Broncos (39-13-4).

Jonny Hooker and Ty Lewis found the back of the net for the Wheat Kings (30-20-5).

Joel Hofer made 22 saves for Swift Current as Logan Thompson turned away 25 shots for Brandon.

The Broncos went 1 for 5 on the power play while the Wheat Kings went 0 for 4 with the man advantage.



EDMONTON -- Trey Fix-Wolansky broke a 3-3 tie with eight seconds to go in regulation as the Oil Kings slipped past Red Deer.

Liam Keeler, David Kope and Colton Kehler also scored for Edmonton (15-32-7). Josh Dechaine made 29 saves for the win.

Austin Schellenberg, Brandon Cutler and Reese Johnson struck for the Rebels (17-26-13). Ethan Anders stopped 18-of-22 shots in defeat.



MOOSE JAW, Sask. -- Brayden Burke and Brett Howden each scored twice and Brody Willms made 15 saves as the Warriors blanked Kootenay.

Dmitri Zaitsev and Brandon Schuldhaus also scored for Moose Jaw (42-9-3).

Matt Berlin turned away 28 shots for the Ice (24-29-3).



REGINA -- Max Paddock made 33 saves as the Pats doubled up Lethbridge.

Sam Steel, Libor Hajek, Matt Bradley and Cale Fleury scored for Regina (29-23-5).

Logan Barlage and Brad Morrison responded for the Hurricanes (25-23-6), who got 30 saves from Logan Flodell.



SASKATOON -- Bradly Goethals scored twice as the Blades beat Prince Albert.

Nolan Maier made 29 saves while Michael Farren, Josh Paterson, Logan Christensen and Braylon Shmyr also scored for Saskatoon (27-26-3).

Jordy Stallard had a pair of goals for the Raiders (22-22-11) and Parker Kelly had the other. Ian Scott kicked out 24-of-29 shots in a losing cause.

Kelly was given a major penalty and a game misconduct for checking from behind at 18:27 of the first period. …

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