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Cougars' 9, Winter Hawks 0

Devin Setoguchi racked up the Prince George Cougars' second hat trick of the season Friday.

Setoguchi scored three goals as the Cougars trampled the Portland Winter Hawks 9-0 in Western Hockey League action.

Setoguchi's previous three-goal game also came against the Winter Hawks.

Oft-injured Cougars defenceman Jesse Dudas, playing his first home game since November, also had a big night with five assists.

Dudas is one point away from joining Setoguchi as the only Cats averaging a point-per-game (18 points in 19 games) - Setoguchi, with three goals and an assist Friday, has 42 points in 40 games.

"It's good to be out there again playing in front of our fans," said Dudas.

"I like playing here, and our team is starting to peak now. We have a great group of players. Devin is playing like the best player in the league and the lines are starting to click. I want to do what I can to help."

Jared Walker scored twice, while Dale Hunt, Greg Gardner, Ty Wishart and Eric Hunter had the other goals for the Cougars, who improved to 24-25-2-4.
Prince George goaltender Scott Bowles stopped 16 shots for his second shutout of the season and 15th of his career.

Kurtis Mucha faced 34 shots for Portland, which sits last overall in the WHL at 15-38-1-1. The Hawks have been shut out in consecutive games, losing 4-0 in Kelowna on Wednesday.

Hitmen 3, Pats 0

At Regina, Dan Spence stopped 24 shots as Calgary blanked the Pats.

Broncos 3, Raiders 2

At Prince Albert, Sask., Kyle Bortis and David Stieler each had a goal and an assist as Swift Current beat the Raiders.

Bruins 4, Rebels 3 (SO)

At Red Deer, Alta., Ken Petkau scored the tying goal in the second period and the winner in the shootout as Chilliwack edged the Rebels.

Tigers 4, Warriors 2

At Medicine Hat, Alta., Darren Helm scored the winner at 11:27 of the third period as Tigers pulled out a win over Moose Jaw.

Americans 4, Rockets 0

At Kennewick, Wash., Chet Pickard had 22 saves for his first shutout of the season as the Americans beat Kelowna.

Giants 5, Blazers

At Vancouver, Cody Franson scored two power-play goals as the Giants downed Kamloops for the first time this season.

Silvertips 2, Chiefs 1

At Everett, Wash., Zach Hamill scored the tie-breaking goal midway through the third period as the Silvertips defeated Spokane.
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