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Brandon (28-26-8) got goals from Quintin Lisoway, Jesse Gabrielle, Jayce Hawryluk and Ryan Pulock. Calgarys Chris Driedger made 25 saves for the win as Jordan Paprny stopped 39-of-44 shots for the Wheat Kings. --- OIL KINGS 4 BRONCOS 1 EDMONTON -- The Oil Kings gave up an early shorthanded goal, but responded with four unanswered goals en route to victory. Ashton Sautner, Riley Kieser, Lane Bauer and Curtis Lazar scored for Edmonton (43-14-2) while Tristan Jarry made 25 saves for the win. Colby Cave scored for Swift Current (29-24-8). Eetu Laurikainen allowed four goals on 20 shots for the Broncos, who turned to Landon Bow for the final 18 minutes of the game. Bow made 15 saves in relief. --- ICE 3 CHIEFS 2 (SO) CRANBROOK, B.C. -- Rinat Valiev scored in regulation and then added the shootout winner as Kootenay slipped past Spokane. Jagger Dirk had a goal and an assist for the Ice (35-22-4), who picked up their fourth straight victory. 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