10/14/2016 22:02 EDT | Updated 10/15/2017 01:12 EDT

WHL Roundup: Phillips scores hat trick, adds two assists as Royals down Oil Kings

EDMONTON — Matthew Phillips scored a hat trick and added two assists to lead the Victoria Royals over the Edmonton Oil Kings 6-1 on Friday night in Western Hockey League action.

Tyler Soy had a goal and two assists with Jack Walker and Regan Nagy also chipping in for the Royals (5-5-0).

Tyler Robertson responded in the third with a power-play goal for Edmonton (3-5-1).

Griffen Outhouse made 39 saves for the win as Patrick Dea stopped 36 shots in defeat.

Victoria scored three goals on seven power plays while the Oil Kings went 1 for 4.



BRANDON, Man. — Austin Glover scored the winner 45 seconds into overtime as Prince Albert edged the Wheat Kings.

Luke Coleman and Nic Holowko also chipped in for the Raiders (3-5-0), who got 32 saves from Ian Scott.

Ty Lewis and Tanner Kaspick has power-play goals for Brandon (2-3-2). Logan Thompson turned away 34 shots.



CRANBROOK, B.C. — Nick Henry had a hat trick and an assist while Connor Hobbs scored the overtime winner on the power play as Regina slipped past the Ice.

Dawson Leedahl added the other as Jordan Hollett made 19 saves for the Pats (5-0-3).

Zak Zborosky struck twice with Vince Loschiavo and Matt Alfaro rounding out the attack for Kootenay (1-6-2). Payton Lee stopped 52 shots in goal.



LETHBRIDGE, Alta. — Tyler Benson completed his hat trick on the power play in overtime as Vancouver topped the Hurricanes.

Brendan Semchuk tied the game at 3-3 on the man advantage in the third for the Giants (4-7-0). Ryan Kubic made 25 saves through regulation and extra time.

Jesse Zaharichuk, Ryley Lindgren and Brayden Burke found the back of the net for Lethbridge (5-2-2). Ryan Gilchrist stopped 27 shots in net.

Vancouver's Johnny Wesley received a major penalty and game misconduct for checking to the head in the second.



RED DEER, Alta. — Austin Pratt scored a hat trick and Brandon Hagel had three assists as the Rebels got past Moose Jaw.

Colton Bobyk, Michael Spacek and Adam Musil also had goals for Red Deer (4-3-2). Riley Lamb turned away 23 shots.

Jayden Halbgewachs had two goals and an assist while Luka Burzan also struck twice for the Warriors (4-2-2). Brody Willms made 29 saves.

Moose Jaw's Tanner Jeannot was ejected in the first period after a major penalty for boarding.



MEDICINE HAT, Alta. — Mason Shaw and Chad Butcher each had two goals and an assist as the Tigers routed Calgary.

David Quenneville, Max Gerlach and Matt Bradley supplied the rest of the offence and Nick Schneider made 22 saves for Medicine Hat (6-3-0).

Jakob Stukel and Matteo Gennaro scored for the Hitmen (3-3-0). Kyle Dumba took the loss after kicking out 13-of-18 shots in 38:02. Cody Porter started the game and stopped 19 shots.



KELOWNA, B.C. — Logan Flodell made 36 saves and Jesse Shynkaruk's second of the game was the winner as Saskatoon doubled up the Rockets.

Mason McCarty also struck twice for the Blades (5-2-1).

Kole Lind had both goals for Kelowna (3-6-0) with Brodan Salmond turning away 13-of-16 shots in 58:18.



SPOKANE, Wash. — Patrick Bajkov's second goal of the game came 24 seconds into overtime as Everett topped the Chiefs.

Montreal Canadiens prospect Noah Juulsen, on the power play, and Brian King also scored for the Silvertips (7-1-1). Mario Petit turned away 27 shots in net.

Kailer Yamamoto struck twice and added an assist for Spokane (2-4-1). Markson Bechtold had a short-handed goal and Jayden Sittler made 17 saves.

Hudson Elynuik of the Chiefs was given a game misconduct and major penalty for charging in the third period.



KENNEWICK, Wash. — Michael Rasmussen had two goals and an assist and Rylan Parenteau made 28 saves as the Americans toppled Kamloops.

Parker Wotherspoon and Parker AuCoin also scored for Tri-City (5-3-0).

Travis Walton and Nick Chyzowski found the back of the net for the Blazers (4-6-0). Connor Ingram kicked out 33 shots.



KENT, Wash. — Kody McDonald scored the decisive goal in the shootout as Prince George edged the Thunderbirds.

Jesse Gabrielle and Jansen Harkins had power-play goals in regulation for the Cougars (9-2-0), who got 23 saves from Ty Edmonds.

Nolan Volcan and Sami Moilanen, on the power play, found the back of the net for Seattle (2-3-1). Carl Stankowski stopped 22-of-24 shots.