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Nov 5, 2006, 12:42 AM EST


CHILLIWACK, B.C. (CP) - Reid Jorgensen scored two goals to lead the Kamloops Blazers to a 3-2 victory over the Chilliwack Bruins in Western Hockey League action on Saturday.

Travis Dunstall also scored for Kamloops (11-4-1-1), which won its second game in as many nights. Overall, the Blazers have won four straight and 10 of their past 12.

Mark Santorelli, with two, replied for Chilliwack (5-13-2-0), which lost its third straight game.

Santorelli upped his points streak to nine games (seven goals, 11 assists). Oscar Moller added an assist on Santorelli's first goal to up his points streak to nine games (seven goals, eight assists).

With the teams tied 2-2 in the third period, centre Brock Nixon stripped Bruins defenceman Stephane Lenoski of the puck and skated in on a 2-on-0 breakaway.

He opted to pass to Dunstall, who went to his backhand to beat Bruins goalie Jim Watt.

The Bruins pulled Watt late for the extra man, but they were unable to beat Blazers goaltender Dustin Butler.

Kamloops led 2-0 5:38 into the game thanks to a pair of power-play goals from Jorgensen.

On his first goal, Jorgensen got open in the slot and roofed Victor Bartley's pass over Watt.

A minute and a half later, Jorgensen broke in alone on Watt and snapped a shot past the goalie's blocker. When scoring first, the Blazers are 6-0-0.

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