WHL Roundup: Steenbergen scores four as Broncos beat Wheat Kings

BRANDON, Man. — Tyler Steenbergen scored four times and Aleksi Heponiemi had a goal and four assists as the Swift Current Broncos toppled the Brandon Wheat Kings 7-2 on Saturday in Western Hockey League action.

Colby Sissons and Kaden Elder also scored for the Broncos (3-0-0), who got a 31-save outing from Logan Flodell.

Rylan Bettens and Stelio Mattheos responded for the Wheat Kings (1-2-1).

Dylan Myskiw combined with Logan Thompson for 20 saves for Brandon.

Swift Current went 2 for 6 on the power play while the Wheat Kings scored once on four chances with the man advantage.

HURRICANES 4 OIL KINGS 1

LETHBRIDGE, Alta. — Jack Flaman scored a hat trick as the Hurricanes beat Edmonton.

Brennan Riddle also scored for Lethbridge (2-2-0)

Colton Kehler scored for the Oil Kings (1-3-0).

Stuart Skinner kicked out 19 shots for the Hurricanes. Boston Bilous turned aside 19 shots for Edmonton.

WARRIORS 4 REBELS 2

MOOSE JAW, Sask. — Tristin Langan scored the game-winning goal at 3:33 of the second period as the Warriors downed Red Deer.

Brayden Burke, Justin Almeida and Jayden Halbgewachs also scored for Moose Jaw (4-0-0).

Grayson Pawlenchuk and Mason McCarty found the back of the net for the Rebels (3-1-0).

Brody Willms turned away 17 shots for the Warriors. Ethan Anders made 31 saves for Red Deer.

RAIDERS 4 TIGERS 2

PRINCE ALBERT, Sask. — Parker Kelly had the game-winning goal at 4:13 of the third period as the Raiders doubled up Medicine Hat.

Cole Fonstad, Devon Skoleski and Curtis Miske also scored for Prince Albert (2-2-0).

Gary Haden and Max Gerlach scored for the Tigers (2-2-0).

Curtis Meger made 30 saves for the Raiders. Michael Bullion turned away 32-of-35 shots for Medicine Hat.

WINTERHAWKS 7 THUNDERBIRDS 2

PORTLAND, Ore. — Matthew Quigley scored twice as the Winterhawks defeated Seattle.

Henri Jokiharju, Cody Glass, Skyler McKenzie, Keoni Texeira and Brad Ginnell supplied the rest of the Portland (2-0-0) offence.

Austin Strand struck twice for the Thunderbirds (2-1-0).

Cole Kehler stopped 14 shots for the Winterhawks. Liam Hughes turned away 45 shots for Seattle.

Seattle’s Turner Ottenbreit was given a major and game misconduct for checking to the head.

BLADES 5 HITMEN 4

SASKATOON — Braylon Shmyr scored twice, including the winner, as the Blades downed Calgary.

Kirby Dach, Caleb Fantillo and Cameron Hebig also scored for Saskatoon (1-2-0).

Matteo Gennaro, Mark Kastelic, Jakob Stukel and Luke Coleman scored for the Hitmen (1-2-1).

Ryan Kubic made 19 saves for the Blades. Matthew Armitage turned away 24 shots for Calgary.

ICE 2 CHIEFS 1

SPOKANE, Wash. — Kurtis Chapman kicked out 16 shots as Kootenay slipped past the Chiefs.

Peyton Krebs cand Brett Davis scored for the Ice (2-1-1).

Hayden Ostir scored for the Chiefs (3-1-0).

Dawson Weatherill made 21 saves for Spokane.

AMERICANS 5 SILVERTIPS 4

KENNEWICK, Wash. — Morgan Geekie registered the game-winning goal at 18:56 of the third period and Juuso Valimaki had a goal and two helpers as Tri-City toppled Everett.

Isaac Johnson, Dylan Coghlan and Brett Leason also scored for the Americans (1-2-0).

Matt Fonteyne struck twice while Orrin Centazzo and Connor Dewar chipped in for the Silvertips (2-2-0).

Beck Warm made 33 saves for Tri-City. Carter Hart combined with Dorrin Luding to stop 30 shots for Everett.

ROYALS 4 BLAZERS 3

VICTORIA — Ryan Peckford scored twice — including the winner at 19:19 of the third period — as the Royals beat Kamloops.

Dante Hannoun and Kaid Oliver also scored for the Royals (3-0-0).

Jackson Shepard, Joe Gatenby and Nic Holowko responded for the Blazers (0-4-0).

Griffen Outhouse turned away 38 shots for Victoria. Dylan Ferguson stopped 35 shots for Kamloops.

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