WHL Roundup: Halbgewachs’ 4 points lead Warriors past Hitmen

CALGARY — Jayden Halbgewachs had two goals and two assists to lead the Moose Jaw Warriors past the Calgary Hitmen 6-3 on Sunday afternoon in Western Hockey League action.

Josh Brook, Brayden Burke, Dmitri Zaitsev and Brett Howden rounded out the attack for the Warriors (25-5-2).

Vladislav Yeryomenko, Andrei Grishakov and Jake Kryski scored for Calgary (9-17-4).

Adam Evanoff made 26 saves for the win in net as Nick Schneider turned aside 22 shots in defeat.

Moose Jaw went 1 for 2 on the power play and the Hitmen converted once on seven opportunities with the man advantage.


SASKATOON — Alec Zawatsky scored the winner in the third period and Nolan Maier made 34 saves as the Blades edged Prince Albert.

Cameron Hebig and Bradly Goethals also scored for Saskatoon (12-16-3).

Jordy Stallard and Curtis Miske had goals for the Raiders (12-12-7). Ian Scott turned away 21 shots in defeat.


PRINCE GEORGE, B.C. — Matthew Phillips scored his second goal of the game 1:55 into overtime as Victoria erased a three-goal deficit to top the Cougars.

Jared Freadrich also struck twice for the Royals (20-10-3) and Dino Kambeitz forced extra time with a goal late in the third period. Griffen Outhouse kicked out 30 shots for Victoria.

Josh Maser had a hat trick for Prince George (11-14-5) and Jackson Leppard also chipped in. Taylor Gauthier made 24 saves in defeat.

Victoria’s Kade Jensen was given a match penalty for kneeing at 7:19 of the third period.


EDMONTON — Glenn Gawdin had a pair of goals and Logan Flodell stopped 42 shots as Swift Current crushed the Oil Kings.

Kole Gable, Matteo Gennaro, Colby Sissons and Quinton Waitzner supplied the rest of the offence for the Broncos (22-7-2). Artyom Minulin tacked on three helpers.

Colton Kehler responded on the power play in the third for Edmonton (7-20-3). Travis Child kicked out 24 shots.


KENNEWICK, Wash. — Bryce Kindopp scored his second goal of the game at 19:42 of the third period and added an assist as Everett edged the Americans.

Riley Sutter and Wyatte Wylie also had goals for the Silvertips (19-12-2). Dustin Wolf made 29 saves for the win in net.

Michael Rasmussen struck twice for Tri-City (15-10-3) and Maxwell James had the other. Beck Warm turned aside 18 shots for the Americans.

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