WHL Roundup: Sunday, November 17, 2019

EDMONTON – Ridly Greig and Luka Burzan scored shootout goals as the Brandon Wheat Kings recovered from blowing a four-goal lead to beat the Edmonton Oil Kings 5-4 on Sunday in the Western Hockey League.

Cole Reinhart scored twice in regulation as Brandon (10-13-0) built up a 4-0 lead by the four-minute mark of the second period. Lynden McCallum and Ben McCartney also scored.

David Kope, Vladimir Alistrov, Dylan Guenther and Loeden Schaufler, with the tying goal midway through the third period, supplied the offence for the Oil Kings (13-4-5).

Wheat Kings goaltender Ehtan Kruger stopped 30 shots. Edmonton’s Todd Scott made 30 saves.

BLADES 4 WARRIORS 0

SASKATOON — Koen MacInnes stopped all 20 shots he faced and Zach Huber scored twice as the Blades (12-8-2) edged Moose Jaw (9-9-1).

RAIDERS 5 HITMEN 4

PRINCE ALBERT, Sask. — Ozzy Wiesblatt tied the game late in the third period, then scored the winner 1:12 into overtime to lift the Raiders (14-4-4) over Calgary (10-6-3).

HURRICANES 6 GIANTS 0

VANCOUVER — Zack Stringer scored the game’s first goal and assisted on the last and Carl Tetachuk made 17 saves as Lethbridge (14-6-3) shut out the Giants (11-9-2).

SILVERTIPS 2 CHIEFS 0

SPOKANE, Wash. — Dustin Wolf turned aside 22 shots and Gianni Fairbrother scored his first of the season into an empty net while shorthanded to lead Everett (14-4-1) over the Chiefs (10-8-2).

WINTERHAWKS 4 ICE 1

PORTLAND, Ore. — Jake Gricius scored twice and Reece Newkirk had a goal and two assists as the Winterhawks (12-5-3) defeated Winnipeg (11-9-1).

This report by The Canadian Press was first published Nov. 17, 2019.

© 2019 The Canadian Press

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