WIFT CURRENT, Sask. – Tyler Steenbergen scored 2:09 into overtime as the Swift Current Broncos edged the Prince Albert Raiders 3-2 on Sunday in Western Hockey League action.
Jon Martin and Tyler Adams also scored for Swift Current (17-27-5).
Reid Gardiner and Kolten Olynek had goals for the Raiders (27-18-5).
Taz Burman made 30 saves for the win. Rylan Parenteau stopped 34 shots in the losing effort.
The Broncos were 1 for 3 on the power play while Prince Albert failed to score on three chances with the man advantage.
WARRIORS 9 TIGERS 3
MOOSE JAW, Sask. -- Brayden Point had a hat trick as the Warriors downed Medicine Hat to snap a three-game losing skid.
Tanner Jeanot and Nikita Popugaev each scored twice for Moose Jaw (25-19-7), Dryden Hunt had a goal and three assists and Brayden Watts also scored.
Steven Owre, Max Gerlach and Chad Butcher scored for the Tigers (20-27-4).
HITMEN 6 WHEAT KINGS 3
CALGARY -- Jackson Houck scored two goals and set up another as the Hitmen doubled up Brandon.
Jake Bean, Matteo Gennaro, Pavel Karnaukhov and Jordy Stallard supplied the rest of the offence with a goal and an assist apiece for Calgary (30-18-2).
Kale Clague, Tim McGauley, and Duncan Campbell scored for the Wheat Kings (31-15-4).
OIL KINGS 6 ICE 2
EDMONTON -- Brett Pollock had a goal and two assists to help the Oil Kings hand Kootenay its eighth straight loss.
Dario Meyer, Brandon Baddock, Colton Kehler Kole Gable and Lane Bauer, with a goal and a helper, rounded out the offence for Edmonton (21-23-7).
Noah Philp and Zak Zborosky scored for the Ice (8-38-4).
CHIEFS 4 SILVERTIPS 1
EVERETT, Wash. -- Dominic Zwerger scored twice and added two assists to power the Chiefs over Everett.
Hudson Elynuik had a goal and two assists and Keanu Yamamoto scored one goal and set up another for the Chiefs (24-20-5).
Dawson Leedahl had the lone goal for Everett (29-16-4).
THUNDERBIRDS 2 ROCKETS 0
KENT, Wash. -- Logan Flodell made 23 saves as the Thunderbirds blanked Kelowna to snap a three-game slide.
Bryan Allbee and Ryan Gropp supplied the offence for Seattle (27-19-3).
Michael Herringer stopped 41 shots for the Rockets (34-13-3).