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(CP) - The Calgary Hitmen scored five power-play goals in the second period on their way to a 6-2 win over the Prince Albert Raiders in Western Hockey League action Wednesday night.

After a scoreless first period, Ashton Hewson scored at 2:31 of the second period to put the Raiders up 1-0. The Hitmen (23-13-0-3) then reeled off six goals before the end of the middle period in which they fired a franchise-record of 26 shots in one period.

Elsewhere in the WHL it was: Moose Jaw 3, Vancouver 1; Kelowna 3, Medicine Hat 2; Everett 3, Red Deer 0; and Seattle 4, Tri-City 1.

At Calgary, defenceman Alex Plante had four assists for the Hitmen (23-13-0-3), who ended a two-game losing streak on home ice. Calgary captain Dylan Yeo scored once and assisted on two others, while Brett Sonne, Keegan Dansereau, Brandon Kozun and Brodie Dupont also scored for the Hitmen. Ryan White chipped in with two assists.

Ryan McDonald rounded out the scoring with a third period goal for the Raiders (17-19-2-2), who lost their fourth straight game.

Calgary goalie Martin Jones made stopped 18 shots to improve his record to 5-2. Jesse Deckert played the first two periods in net for Prince Albert and finished with 34 saves, while David Aime played the third and stopped all seven shots he faced.

The Hitmen finished the game 5-for-7 with the man advantage, while the Raiders failed to score on four power-play chances.

Warriors 3, Giants 1
At Vancouver, Ryan Holzapfel's goal early in the third period proved to be the winner as Moose Jaw Warriors defeated the Giants.


Rockets 3, Tigers 2

At Kelowna, B.C., Rookies Brandon McMillan and Brett Breitkreuz both had a goal and an assist to lead the Rockets past Medicine Hat.


Silvertips 3, Rebels 0

At Everett, Wash., David Reekie recorded his second straight shutout as the Silvertips defeated Red Deer.


Thunderbirds 4, Americans 1

At Kennewick, Wash., Aaron Gagnon had two points and moved into a tie for the scoring lead in the WHL as Seattle beat Tri-City.
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