Oil Kings beat Ice for sixth straight win


EDMONTON – Justin Sourdif scored two goals and added an assist and teammate Josh Williams scored two of his own as the Edmonton Oil Kings won their sixth straight game with a 6-3 win over the Winnipeg Ice.

The Oil Kings (36-11-3) have now won nine of their last 11 games as they chase the Everett Silvertips for the league’s best record.

For Winnipeg (32-8-3), it was their second straight loss.

The Ice opened the game with a 2-0 lead midway through the first period, but a five-goal surge from the Oil Kings late in the first and early in the second erased that advantage and let Winnipeg catch up.


Edmonton goaltender Sebastian Cossa made 22 saves to preserve the win.

BRONCOS 4 PATS 3

REGINA, Sask. – Josh Davies and Karson King did all the scoring for Swift Current (19-25-6), scoring two goals apiece in the Broncos’ win over Regina (18-24-2). Broncos goaltender Isaac Poulter made 29 saves in the win.

ADVENTURERS 4, TIGERS 1

MEDICINE HAT, Alta. – Reece Vitelli had a hat trick, leading Prince Albert (17-26-2-1) in a win over Medicine Hat (9-32-3-1). Owen MacNeil scored the consolation goal for the Tigers.

BLAZERS 4, SILVERTIPS 3

KAMLOOPS, BC — Kamloops (34-13-2-0) needed a shootout to edge Everett (35-7-2-4) Monday night. Two of Kamloops’ three shooters scored while two from Everett missed the game.

ROYALS 3, GIANTS 0

LANGLEY, BC — Caleb Willms and Riley Gannon each had a goal and an assist as Victoria (13-30-4-1) blanked Vancouver (19-24-2-0). Royals goaltender Tyler Palmer was perfect on 35 shots.

ROCKETS 5, AMERICANS 3

KELOWNA, BC – Late goals from Samuel Huo and Deagan McMillan weren’t enough for Tri-City (14-28-5-0) as they lost to Kelowna (28-12-1 -30). Turner McMillen scored two goals for the Rockets.

This report from The Canadian Press was first published on February 21, 2022.

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