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Oct 19, 2006, 3:02 AM EDT

Broncos 4 Warriors 1

(CP) - The Swift Current Broncos moved into sole possession of first place in the WHL's East Division with a 4-1 win Wednesday over the Moose Jaw Warriors.

Spencer McAvoy and Daniel Rakos scored power-play goals 4:40 apart in the second period for Swift Current. Dale Weise and Kyle Bortis also scored for the Broncos (7-5-0-0), who moved into sole possession of first place in the East Division. Andre Herman had the lone goal for the Warriors (3-6-0-0), last in the East.

In other WHL games Wednesday, it was: Kelowna 4, Prince George 3 (SO); Kootenay 7, Red Deer 3; Medicine Hat 4, Spokane 3; and Prince Albert 4, Lethbridge 2.

At Swift Current, Sask., Broncos goaltender Kyle Moir turned aside 32 shots in the win.

Moose Jaw starting goaltender Kurt Jory allowed four goals on 19 shots. Joey Perricone played the final 23 minutes in goal and stopped all six shots he faced.

Rockets 4 Cougars 3

At Kelowna, B.C., Kris Westblom made 29 saves in regulation, and two more in the shootout, as the Kelowna Rockets (3-6-0-2) defeated the Prince George Cougars(4-5-0-2).

Kelowna's Cody Almond and Saulietis each scored in the shootout.

Kaspars Saulietis, Kirt Hill and Brett Breitkreuz scored in regulation for the Rockets.

Nick Drazenovic, Eric Hunter and Jordie Deagle replied for Prince George.

Tigers 4, Chiefs 3

At Spokane, Wash., Kevin Undershute had two goals and Matt Keetley made 23 saves as the Medicine Hat Tigers downed the Spokane Chiefs.

Matt Lowry and Tyler Ennis also scored for the Tigers (8-3-0-0).

Chris Bruton, Michael Grabner and David Rutherford scored for the Chiefs (5-3-2-0)

Raiders 4, Hurricanes 2

At Prince Albert, Sask., Matthew Robertson and Ryan DePape scored two goals each to give the Raiders (5-5-1-0) a win over the visiting Lethbridge Hurricanes.

Dwight King and Tomas Kudelka each had a goal for the Hurricanes (5-7-1-1).

Ice 7, Rebels 3

At Red Deer, Alta., Ryan Russell scored four goals to help the Kootenay Ice beat the Red Deer Rebels.

Curtis Billsten, Steve DaSilva and Michael Stickland also scored for the Ice.

Martin Hanzal, Devon LeBlanc and Luke Betts had goals for the Rebels.
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