WHL: Winter Hawks rally in the third to down Blazers

The Canadian Press
11/10/2008 12:06:43 AM
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Killian Hutt and Luke Walker scored two goals each as the Portland Winter Hawks came back to beat the Kamloops Blazers 7-5 in WHL play Sunday night.

Down 5-2 heading into the third period, Hutt scored two goals 28 seconds apart to kick off Portland's five-goal scoring spree. Brock Cornish, Colin Reddin and Matt Schmermud also scored for the Winter Hawks who improved to 5-14-0-0.

Elsewhere in the WHL it was: Regina 5, Swift Current 1; and Tri-City 6, Red Deer 3.

At Portland, Ore., Kenton Dulle and Alex Rodgers each scored twice while Brendan Ranford also scored for Kamloops (10-10-0-3). C.J. Stretch had three assists.

Blazer goalie Justin Leclerc made 22 saves in the loss, while Kurtis Mucha stopped 41 shots for the win.

Pats 5, Broncos 1

At Regina, the Pats (13-6-1-3) dominated their rival Swift Current Broncos (14-7-0-0) to move atop the East Division.

Americans 6, Rebels 3

At Kennewick, Wash., six different players scored and rookie Drew Owsley improved to 3-0 as Tri-City (14-5-0-2) beat Red Deer (7-12-0-5) on Sunday night. 

Portland Winter Hawks (Photo: TSN)


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