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Brandon 6 Prince Albert 2

Mark Derlago scored twice and set up two more to lead the visiting Brandon Wheat Kings to a 6-2 victory over the Prince Albert Raiders on Sunday.

Ryan Reaves - with his second consecutive two-goal game - Daniel Bartek and Codey Burki also scored for the Wheat Kings (6-4-0-1) while Tyler Plante turned aside 32 shots to pick up the win. The victory moves the Wheat Kings into first place in the East Division.

Lukas Zeliska and Mike Gauthier scored for the Raiders (4-5-1-0), who drop their second straight decision, while Tyler Esau and David Aime combined for 23 saves in a losing effort. The defeat leaves the Raiders in fourth place in the East Division.

Everett 8 Chilliwack 0

Zach Hamill scored twice and Brady Calla scored once and chipped in two assists as the Everett Silvertips blanked the visiting Chilliwack Bruins 8-0 on Sunday.

Lukas Vartovnik, Cody Thoring, Peter Mueller and Moises Gutierrez each tallied a goal and an assist for the Silvertips (7-1-0-1) while Jesse Smyke also counted in the victory. Leland Irving stopped all 14 shots he faced to pick up his third shutout of the season. The victory vaults the 'Tips past Tri-Cities into first place in the U.S. Division.

Alex Archibald turned aside 30 of 38 shots for the Bruins (1-9-1-0), who suffer their 10th consecutive setback. The defeat keeps the Bruins in fifth place in the B.C. Division.

Kootenay 2 Prince George 1

Arnaud Jacquemet scored the winning goal in the second period as the Kootenay Ice edged the visiting Prince George Cougars 2-1 on Sunday.

Curtis Billsten also scored for the Ice (6-3-0-1), who have won five of their last six games, while Taylor Dakers made 23 saves to earn the victory. The win moves the Ice into a tie for second place in the Central Division.

Dana Tyrell scored the lone goal for the Cougars (4-5-0-1) while Real Cyr made 33 saves in a losing cause. The defeat keeps the Cougars in third place in the B.C. Division.

Moose Jaw 5 Regina 3

Steven Gillen scored twice and added an assist to lead the Moose Jaw Warriors to a 5-3 win over visiting East Division rivals the Regina Pats in one of five Western Hockey League contests on Sunday, October 15th.

Jesse Zetariuk tallied a goal and four assists for the Warriors (3-5-0-0), who were 5-for7 on the power play versus the Pats, while Riley Holzapfel - with a goal and three assists - and Kendal McArdle also counted in the victory. Kurt Jory made 39 saves for the win in his Warriors debut. Despite the win, the Warriors remain in sixth place in the East Division.

Justin Bernhardt - with a pair of goals - and Garrett Festerling scored for the Pats (6-4-0-0), who outshot the Warriors 42-28, while Linden Rowat made 23 saves in a losing cause. The defeat leaves the Pats tied with Swift Current for second place in the East Division.

Seattle 4 Spokane 3 (OT)

Czech rookie Radek Meidl scored three goals - including the overtime winner - to lead the Seattle Thunderbirds to a 4-3 victory over the visiting Spokane Chiefs on Sunday.

Kyle Pess also scored for the T-Birds (3-3-0-3), who win their second straight contest, while Thomas Hickey chipped in two assists. Derek Yeomans stopped 26 of 29 shots to earn the victory. The win keeps the Thunderbirds in fourth place in the U.S. Division.

Derek Ryan - with a goal and an assist - J.P. Szaszkiewicz and Mitch Wahl scored for the Chiefs (5-2-2-0), who rallied from a 3-0 first-period deficit, while Kevin Armstrong made 29 saves in the defeat. The overtime defeat keeps the Chiefs in third place in the U.S. Division.
 
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