EDMONTON — Andrew Fyten had two goals and two assists as the Edmonton Oil Kings picked up their fourth straight win by toppling the Swift Current Broncos 11-1 on Tuesday in Western Hockey League action.
Scott Atkinson and David Kope also had a pair of goals apiece while Vladimir Alistrov scored once and set up two more for the Oil Kings (35-18-8), who dealt Swift Current its 11th loss in a row.
Jake Neighbours, Josh Williams, Vince Loschiavo and Trey Fix-Wolansky rounded out the Edmonton offence as Todd Scott turned aside 16 shots for the win.
Tanner Nagel kept the Broncos (10-43-5) from being shutout.
Isaac Poulter gave up eight goals on 23 shots in 42 minutes of action before giving way to Riley Lamb, who made 12 saves in relief.
Edmonton went 3 for 5 on the power play while the Broncos were 0 for 2 with the man advantage.
REBELS 7 WARRIORS 3
MOOSE JAW, Sask. — Brandon Hagel had two goals and three assists and Chris Douglas struck twice as Red Deer downed the Warriors to halt a five-game slide.
Josh Tarzwell, Reese Johnson and Alexander Alexeyev also scored while Ethan Anders kicked out 28 shots for the Rebels (30-24-5).
Jett Woo, Luke Ormsby and Carson Denomie found the back of the net for Moose Jaw (34-17-8). Adam Evanoff made 26 saves in defeat.
BLADES 6 HURRICANES 4
SASKATOON — Ryan Hughes had two goals and two assists and Kirby Dach scored the winner while adding two helpers as the Blades snapped Lethbridge’s three-game win streak.
Nolan Maier made 35 saves for Saskatoon (39-14-8), which also got goals from Kyle Crnkovic, Gary Haden and Chase Wouters.
Nick Henry, Jake Elmer, Logan Barlage and Taylor Ross hit the scoresheet for the Hurricanes (32-18-10). Carl Tetachuk turned away 23-of-28 shots in defeat.
CHIEFS 4 COUGARS 3 (OT)
PRINCE GEORGE, B.C. — Jaret Anderson-Dolan potted the winner at 3:58 of overtime to lift Spokane over the Cougars.
Jake McGrew, Egor Arbuzov and Filip Kral also scored for the Chiefs (32-19-7), who got 25 saves from Reece Klassen.
Jackson Leppard, Rhett Rhinehart and Josh Maser had goals while Taylor Gauthier turned aside 30 shots for Prince George (17-36-8).