LEDUC, Alta. -- Brady Bakke, Scott Ferguson and Ty Mappin each scored twice as the Red Deer Rebels crushed the Sudbury Nickel Capital Wolves 10-3 on Friday in Telus Cup preliminary-round action.
Jonathan Finnigan, Rory Davidson, Dylan Thudium and Kolton Dixon also scored for the Rebels, who finished the preliminary round undefeated with a record of 3-0-2.
Steven Green, Ryan Erickson and Scott Sirkka each scored for the Wolves, who failed to advance after finishing up 0-5-0.
Dasan Sydora made 19 saves for the win while Andrew Lefebvre and Maxim Veilleux combined to stop 72 of 80 shots in a losing effort for Sudbury.
Red Deer went 3 for 12 on the power play as Sudbury scored once on eight chances with the man advantage.
In other Telus Cup preliminary-round action, the Moncton Wildcats and Saskatoon Contacts skates to a 4-4 tie while the Phenix du College Esther-Blondin edged the Leduc Oil Kings 5-4.
Rourke Chartier scored twice for the Contacts, including the game-tying goal with 7:36 remaining in the third period.
Branden Scheidl and Jeremy Leblanc also scored for Saskatoon while Rylan Parenteau made 26 saves in his first start of the tournament.
Samuel LeBlanc scored two goals for the Wildcats, who blew a 4-1 lead, while Stephen Johnson and Alexandre Jacob scored the others.
Saskatoon went 0 for 5 on the power play as Moncton scored once on five chances with the man advantage.
Laurent Dauphin scored three times for the Phenix in their 5-4 victory over the Oil Kings. Tristan Tremblay and David Bergeron each scored once and Daniel Audette assisted on all five goals.
Cole MacDonald, Kord Pankewicz, Robert Cain and Jarrett Brown each scored for the Oil Kings.
Simon Leiva made 33 saves for the win while Kevin Verhoeff turned away 27 shots in defeat.
The Phenix went 2 for 9 on the power play as Leduc went 2 for 10.
With the preliminary round now complete, the Saskatoon Contacts will face the Red Deer Rebels in one semi-final match-up on Saturday and the Leduc Oil Kings will play the Phenix du College Esther-Blondin in the other.
Both the Wildcats and Wolves have been eliminated.