EDMONTON - Brett Pollock scored twice and added two assists as the Edmonton Oil Kings downed the Prince Albert Raiders 5-3 on Sunday in Western Hockey League action.
Mads Eller, Edgars Kulda and Lane Bauer supplied the rest of the offence for Edmonton (29-28-6).
Sean Montgomery, Simon Stransky and Reid Gardiner chipped in for the Raiders (24-35-3). The defeat extended their losing streak to three games.
Tristan Jarry got the win in net stopping 23 shots. Rylan Parenteau started for Prince Albert and kicked out 13-of-17 shots in 20:21. Nick McBridge played the rest of the game, making 21 saves.
Neither team scored on four power plays.
PATS 6 WARRIORS 2
REGINA — Pavel Padakin struck twice and added an assist to power the Pats past Moose Jaw.
Padakin, Braden Christoffer, Jesse Gabrielle and Adam Brooks all scored in the third period as Regina (33-20-9) reeled off four unanswered goals. Rykr Cole had a goal as well.
Brett Howden and Torrin White responded for the Warriors (26-32-5).
BLADES 2 BRONCOS 1
SASKATOON — Captain Brett Stovin's power-play goal in the second period was the eventual winner as the Blades edged Swift Current.
Schael Higson also scored for Saskatoon (19-40-4).
Zac Mackay replied for the Broncos (30-28-5), who have lost three straight.