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Victor Rask scored a pair of power-play goals and added

Victor Rask scored a pair of power-play goals and added an assist as the Calgary Hitmen edged the Swift Current Broncos 5-4 in Western Hockey League action Wednesday. Spencer Humphries had a goal and two assists for the Hitmen (38-23-3), who have won two straight games and six of their past seven. Greg Chase and Alex Gogolev also scored, while Brady Brassart had two assists. Christian Magnus had two goals for the Broncos (23-34-8), who have gone 0-2-2 in their past four games. Brad Hoban and Richard Nedomlel also scored, while Taylor Vause had a pair of assists. Chris Driedger made 18 saves in the Calgary net to record his 20th win of the season, while Swift Current goalie Austin Smith stopped 33-of-38 shots he faced at the other end of the ice. The Hitmen scored four goals on six power-play opportunities, while the Broncos went 1-for-4 with the man advantage. The Hitmen led 2-1 after the first period and 4-2 after the second. Humphries then scored at 7:28 of the third period to give the Hitmen a three-goal lead before Nedomlel and Magnus replied for the Broncos to make it close. Elsewhere in the WHL it was: Lethbridge 4 Prince Albert 3 (SO); Red Deer 3 Regina 2; Edmonton 3 Kootenay 1; Spokane 6 Victoria 1; Kamloops 3 Everett 2 and Medicine Hat 4 Prince George 1. Hurricanes 4 Raiders 3 (SO) At Prince Albert, Sask., Juraj Bezuch and Philip Tot each scored in the shootout as Lethbridge beat the Raiders. Graham Hood scored two goals for the Hurricanes (26-37-1), with Bezuch adding a single goal as well. Anthony Bardaro contributed two goals for Prince Albert (20-37-6), with Justin Maylan also scoring once. Rebels 3 Pats 2 At Regina, Tyson Ness had a goal and an assist to lead Red Deer to a win over the Pats. Chad Robinson scored the winner while shorthanded for the Rebels (29-28-6), while Brooks Maxwell added a goal of his own. Jordan Weal and Dominik Volek scored for Regina (33-24-7), both on the power play. Oil Kings 3 Ice 1 At Cranbrook, B.C., T.J. Foster, Tyler Maxwell and Jordan Peddle scored as Edmonton defeated Kootenay. After a scoreless first period, Foster opened the scoring for the Oil Kings (42-15-7) in the second with a slapshot that beat Ice starter Mackenzie Skapski. The Oil Kings increased their lead in the third with goals from the slot by Maxwell, with his 37th, and Peddle, with his 10th, before the Ice (34-22-8) got a late 5-on-3 power-play goal by Max Reinhart. Chiefs 6 Royals 1 At Victoria, Liam Stewart had two goals and Steve Kuhn added three assists as Spokane thumped the Royals. Blake Gal, Brenden Kichton, Mike Aviani and Dominik Uher also scored for the Chiefs (35-22-7). Steven Hodges scored for Victoria (20-38-6). Blazers 3 Silvertips 2 At Everett, Wash., Kamloops scored the games first three goals, then held on to defeat the Silvertips. Matt Needham, Brendan Ranford and Brady Gaudet gave the Blazers (44-16-4) a 3-0 lead going into the third period. Reid Petryk and Josh Winquist scored in the third for Everett (17-37-9). Petryks was a power-play goal, while Winquists was shorthanded. Tigers 4 Cougars 1 At Prince George, B.C., Hunter Shinkaruk had a hat trick as Medicine Hat disposed of the Cougars. Brendan Hurley had the other goal for the Tigers (39-21-5), while captain Emerson Etem added two assists. Greg Fraser was the lone scorer for Prince George (19-42-2). (With files from the Cranbrook Daily Townsman) Beats By Dre Cyber Monday . Messi, the three-time world player of the year, has 90 goals in 2012, surpassing Gerd Muellers 40-year-old milestone of 85 in a calendar year. Cyber Monday Beats By Dre 2013 . -- Oregon is riding its much-debated No. . He wants to help buy the team. Mickelson said Monday he has a joined one of the five groups trying to buy the team from John Moores, the Padres majority owner for the last 18 years. Beats Cyber Monday . Barely two hours before, the $147 million Dodgers pitcher was injured in a wild fight with the San Diego Padres that didnt even end when the game did. Beats By Dre Cyber Monday sale . To that end, the Raptors had the ball in the hands of the right guy against the Grizzlies -- they just didnt get the result they wanted. Calderon missed the potential game-tying three-pointer in the final seconds Friday night as the Raptors dropped a 102-99 decision to Memphis.With the NHL Trade Deadline only weeks away, teams are making decisions on whether to buy or sell and deciding which players can make the biggest difference or hold the greatest value. Check out todays trade rumours and speculation from around the NHL beat. And follow each day until Deadline Day for all the updates. Hawks Circling Chicago Blackhawks GM Stan Bowman is still looking for help on defence leading up to the trade deadline. Jesse Rogers on ESPN. com reports there is nothing imminent though as there are currently alot more buyers than sellers with so many teams still in the playoff race. Bowman also said that he is comfortable with the current group is no deals can be made. The Blackhawks are currently giving up 2.92 goals per game which ranks 25th in the NHL and 14th in the Western Conference. On an Island The New York Islanders could be sellers by the trade deadline, but they dont have much to offer up for potential buyers says Craig Custance of Goaltender Evgeni Nabokov and bllueliners Mark Eaton and Steve Staios are among the names he says could be shopped.dddddddddddd Forward PA Parenteau is also set to become an unrestricted free agent this summer and has been mentioned as potentially being on hsi way out, but the Isles would prefer to re-sign him. Uncertain Future Edmonton forward Ales Hemsky has said he would like to remain an Oiler but admits his future with the club seems uncertain reports John Mackinnon of the Edmonton Journal. He also says that it makes no sense for the Oilers to entertain any offers for Sam Gagner unless the package was overwhelming. Denver Defensive Depth The Colorado Avalanche will most likely deal one of their eight NHL caliber defensemen by or before the trade deadline says Adrian Dater of the Denver Post. Kyle Quincey and Shane OBrien are the most likeliest candidates to be moved. He also says that Colorado should look at trying to get former Avalanche player Chris Stewart back from St. Louis. ' ' '


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