WHL Roundup: Broncos snap Raiders’ 19-game win streak

SWIFT CURRENT, Sask. — Ethan Regnier had the lone goal in the shootout and the Swift Current Broncos edged the Raiders 3-2 on Tuesday to snap Prince Albert’s 19-game Western Hockey League win streak.

Regnier also tied the game for Swift Current (5-21-2) with his fifth of the season 18:16 into the third period and assisted on Tanner Nagel’s first-period power-play goal.

Brett Leason, with his 28th of the year, and Brayden Pachal supplied the offence for the Raiders (26-1-1), who picked up at least a point for the 20th straight game.

Broncos goaltender Joel Hofer stopped 52 shots. Prince Albert’s Ian Scott made 21 saves.

Swift Current was 1 for 5 on the power play while the Raiders failed to score on four chances with the man advantage.

WHEAT KINGS 4 TIGERS 1

BRANDON, Man. — Jiri Patera stopped 40 shots as the Wheat Kings downed Medicine Hat.

Stelio Mattheos, Luka Burzan, Linden McCorrister and Ben McCartney scored for Brandon (14-7-6).

Ryan Chyzowski had the lone goal for the Tigers (13-14-3) while Mads Sogaard made 42 saves.

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