PRINCE ALBERT, Sask. - The top team in the Canadian Hockey League has run its win streak to double digits.
Noah Gregor had two goals and three assists as the No. 1 Prince Albert Raiders downed the Swift Current Broncos 6-2 on Friday in Western Hockey League action, extending their win streak to 10 games.
Kody McDonald and Sean Montgomery also had a pair of goals apiece for the Raiders (17-1-0).
Tanner Nagel and Eric Houk replied for the Broncos (3-15-1).
Donovan Buskey made 17 saves for Prince Albert as Joel Hofer turned aside 37 shots for Swift Current.
The Raiders went 1 for 1 on the power play while the Broncos scored once on seven chances with the man advantage.
WHEAT KINGS 6 REBELS 3
BRANDON, Man. Stelio Mattheos had a goal and two helpers and Jiri Patera made 40 saves as the Wheat Kings doubled up Red Deer.
Marcus Sekundiak, Lynden McCallum, Neithan Salame, Ben McCartney and Luka Burzan also scored for Brandon (9-4-5).
Brandon Hagel, Arshdeep Bains and Jeff de Wit scored for the Rebels (11-5-1). Ethan Anders stopped 30-of-35 shots in defeat.
Wheat Kings winger Linden McCorrister was given a major and game misconduct for charging at 4:47 of the first period.
PATS 5 AMERICANS 1
REGINA Jake Leschyshyn had a hat trick and Max Paddock made 39 saves as the Pats halted Tri-City's win streak at six games.
Austin Pratt and Marco Creta also scored for Regina (6-12-0) while Nick Henry tacked on four assists.
Parker AuCoin found the back of the net for the Americans (10-5-0). Beck Warm stopped 28 shots in defeat.
OIL KINGS 5 ICE 2
CRANBROOK, B.C. Quinn Benjafield had a goal and two helpers as Edmonton downed Kootenay to improve to 6-0-1 in its last seven games.
Liam Keeler, Tyler Horstmann, Trey Fix-Wolansky, and Brett Kemp also scored for the Oil Kings (11-7-2). Dylan Myskiw made 32 saves for the victory.
Martin Bodak and Jaeger White had goals for the Ice (6-10-3) while Duncan McGovern stopped 33 shots in a losing effort.
HURRICANES 4 HITMEN 2
LETHBRIDGE, Alta. Reece Klassen turned away 34 shots as the Hurricanes handed Calgary its third straight loss.
Alex Cotton, Jadon Joseph, Calen Addison and Zachary Cox supplied the Lethbridge (8-5-4) offence.
The Hitmen (5-12-2) goals came from Luke Coleman and Josh Prokop. Carl Stankowski kicked out 15 shots in defeat.
BLADES 3 TIGERS 1
MEDICINE HAT, Alta. Nolan Maier made 35 saves and Saskatoon scored three unanswered goal to topple the Tigers.
Max Gerlach, Gary Haden and Riley McKay scored for the Blades (11-7-2).
Jordan Hollett made 28 saves while Josh Williams kept Medicine Hat (9-8-3) from being blanked.
SILVERTIPS 6 BLAZERS 1
KAMLOOPS, B.C. Akash Bains scored twice and Gianni Fairbrother had four assists as Everett handed the Blazers a third straight loss.
Sean Richards, Jake Christiansen, Jackson Berezowski and Riley Sutter also scored for the Silvertips (12-6-0). Max Palaga combined with Dustin Wolf for 13 saves in the win.
Ryley Appelt struck for Kamloops (6-8-1). Dylan Ferguson have up six goals on 22 shots in 30:32 of action to get pegged with the loss.
ROYALS 7 CHIEFS 5
VICTORIA D-Jay Jerome's second goal of the night turned into the winner as the Royals got by Spokane.
Tarun Fizer, Phillip Schultz, Dante Hannoun, Brandon Cutler and Scott Walford also scored while Griffen Outhouse made 30 saves for Victoria (10-5-0).
Riley Woods had a pair of goals while Luke Toporowski, Ethan McIndoe and Carter Chorney also scored for the Chiefs (8-7-3). Bailey Brkin gave up two goals on two shots and was yanked 1:55 into the game. Dawson Weatherill stopped 28-of-33 shots in relief to take the loss.
ROCKETS 3 THUNDERBIRDS 1
KENT, Wash. Libor Zabransky scored the eventual winner at 3:10 of the second period as Kelowna won its fourth game in a row, while dealing Seattle its fourth straight loss.
Kyle Topping and Nolan Foote also scored for the Rockets (8-10-0), who got 32 saves from Roman Basran.
Zack Andrusiak scored for the Thunderbirds (7-7-2). Liam Hughes stopped 30 shots in a losing cause.
Kelowna's Dalton Gally was ejected at 7:59 of the second period after taking a major for interference.