SPOKANE, Wash. Rudy Gobert Jazz Jersey . -- Mitch Holmberg continued with his offensive dominance on Friday as the Spokane Chiefs defeated the visiting Prince George Cougars 5-2 in Western Hockey League play. The 20-year-old forward scored twice and added two assists, giving him 25 goals and 55 points in just 22 games. He currently leads the WHL in both categories. Jason Fram, Liam Stewart and Mike Aviani also scored for the Chiefs (15-7-0) while Reid Gow had three assists. Todd Fiddler scored for the Cougars (8-13-4) and earned an assist on Zach Pchiros goal for a two-point performance. Spokanes Eric Williams made 24 saves for the win as Prince Georges Ty Edmonds stopped 25-of-29 shots in defeat. The Chiefs scored on their only power-play opportunity while the Cougars went 0 for 4. --- RAIDERS 3 ICE 2 PRINCE ALBERT, Sask. -- Cole Cheveldave stopped 28 shots as the Raiders edged Kootenay. Josh Morrissey, Jayden Hart and Chance Braid scored for Prince Albert (13-8-2) and Leon Draisaitl chipped in with two assists. Tim Bozon scored both goals for the Ice (11-10-2) and Luke Philp assisted on each of them. Kootenays Wyatt Hoflin made 23 saves in a losing cause. --- WHEAT KINGS 6 BLADES 2 BRANDON, Man. -- Tim McGauley scored twice and Ryan Pulock had a goal and two assists as the Wheat Kings handed Saskatoon its fourth straight loss. Peter Quenneville, Braylon Schmyr and Ryley Lindgren also scored for Brandon (12-11-0), which has won three games in a row. Nikita Scherbak and Cory Millette supplied the offence for the Blades (9-13-3). Jordan Papirny made 17 saves for the Wheat Kings while Alex Moodie stopped 44-of-50 shots in defeat. --- HITMEN 3 BRONCOS 2 (SO) CALGARY -- Radel Fazleev scored the winner as the Hitmen halted Swift Currents nine-game win streak. Chris Driedger made 37 saves for Calgary (11-6-4), which snapped its four-game slide, while Kenton Helgesen and Greg Chase scored in regulation. The Broncos (15-8-2) got goals from Jay Merkley and Graham Black. Landon Bow stopped 35 shots for Swift Current. --- REBELS 4 WARRIORS 2 RED DEER, Alta. -- Matt Bellerives goal 6:38 into the second period stood up as the winner as the Rebels doubled up Moose Jaw. Haydn Fleury, Dominik Volek and Meyer Nell also scored for Red Deer (10-11-1) while Wyatt Johnson tacked on two assists. Brayden Point and Alexey Sleptsov scored for the Warriors (7-15-4). Patrik Bartosak made 17 saves for the Rebels. Zachary Sawchenko stopped 27 shots for Moose Jaw. --- AMERICANS 5 PATS 3 KENNEWICK, Wash. -- Brian Williams scored twice and Tri-City jumped out to a four-goal lead en route to defeating Regina. Lucas Nickels and Marcus Messier had a goal and an assist apeice for the Americans (13-9-2) while Philip Tot scored once. The Pats (12-10-0) were led offensively by Braden Christoffer, Boston Leier and Adam Brooks. Eric Comrie made 28 saves for Tri-City while Nick Schneider stopped 23 shots for Regina. --- ROYALS 2 THUNDERBIRDS 1 (OT) VICTORIA -- Logan Nelson scored 52 seconds into extra time as the Royals dealt Seattle its sixth loss in a row. Brandon Magee scored in the second period for Victoria (13-9-1) and earned the games first star. Brandon Troock scored the lone goal for the Thunderbirds (11-8-3). Coleman Vollrath made 21 saves for the Royals while Seattles Danny Mumaugh gave his team a chance to win by turning aside 32-of-34 shots. --- GIANTS 3 TIGERS 2 VANCOUVER -- Jared Rathjen stopped 31 shots as the Giants slipped past Eastern Conference-leading Medicine Hat. Ty Ronning, Dalton Sward and Jackson Houck scored for Vancouver (9-11-3), which led 3-0 less than 13 minutes into the game. Miles Koules and Tommy Vannelli responded for the Tigers (15-4-3), who lost in regulation for the first time in 10 contests. Medicine Hats Daniel Wapple made 32 saves in a losing effort. --- SILVERTIPS 3 WINTERHAWKS 2 EVERETT, Wash. -- Tyler Sandhu scored twice, including the winner, as the Silvertips hung on to defeat Portland. Manraj Hayer had a goal and an assist for Everett (15-3-4), which led 3-0 after 40 minutes of play, and Matt Pufahl had two assists. Oliver Bjorkstrand and Derrick Pouliot scored third-period goals for the Winterhawks (16-5-2), who were 8-1-1 in their last 10 games heading into action. Austin Lotz made 28 saves for the Silvertips. Brendan Burke kicked out 33-of-36 shots for Portland. --- Gordon Hayward Jazz Jersey . Collaros, 25, was solid last season, posting a 5-2 record as the starter while incumbent Ricky Ray was injured. Collaros also started Torontos 23-20 regular-season finale loss to Montreal — Ray didnt dress because the Argos had already clinched first in the East Division — but was one of three quarterbacks to play that day. Jeff Hornacek Jazz Jersey .C. -- Glenn Howard needed an extra end to move into the Masters Grand Slam of Curling final. http://www.officialjazzproauthentic.com ... zz-Jersey/
. -- Nathan Pancel scored twice as the Sudbury Wolves defeated the North Bay Battalion 4-2 on Saturday in Ontario Hockey League action.ST. LOUIS -- Blues coach Ken Hitchcock switched Patrick Berglunds position with hopes of getting the forward going. After the way the move paid off, Hitchcock might want to make the change permanent. Berglund scored twice after moving from centre to left wing at the start of the second period, and Vladimir Sobotka and Alex Pietrangelo each had a goal and an assist as the St. Louis Blues beat the Columbus Blue Jackets 6-2 Saturday night for their fifth straight win. The two goals pushed Berglunds total to six, after a slow first half. "I dont think I can think about it too much," Berglund said. "Obviously, its been slow, but if I start thinking about it, changing the way I played, that would change the way I prepared, too. Ive just been working even harder in practice, shooting more pucks and trying to get it going that way." Hitchock switched Berglund from centre to left wing for just the second time since taking over the Blues early in the 2011-12 season. Columbus, which led 2-0 lead after the first period, has lost three of four after winning three in a row. Three of the Blues past five wins were at home, where they have won four straight. Despite injuries to key players such as David Backes and Alexander Steen, Hitchcock said his team is playing its best this season. "I think weve played some really good hockey in the last four games at home. I think thats what were happiest about," he said. "Weve got a way of playing now. I think what weve done here at home is weve developed a balance between offence and defence." St. Louis, off to its best start midway through a season with 63 points, has scored at least five goals in five of its past eight games. Maxim Lapierre gave St. Louis its first lead at 3-2 with his fifth goal just 94 seconds after Sobotkas sixth goal tied it at 17:29 of the second period. St. Louis got on the board about seven minutes into the second period when Barret Jackmans shot from the right side glanced off Berglund. The puck hit the far post and trickled past Curtis McEhlinney. His second goal came 17 seconds into the third when he deflected a pass into the goal. "Today, I had pretty much two lucky bounces but good things happen when you go to the net," he said. Swingman Derrick Favors Jersey. Jaden Schwartz added his 15th goal about midway through the third to make it 5-2. Hes scored in seven of his last eight games. Pietrangelo finished the scoring with about six minutes remaining. "We played a 20-minute game, tonight," Columbus coach Todd Richards said. "They made a push and got their game to another level and we were unwilling to do that. They played a real simple game. We stopped skating. Our compete level wasnt nearly good enough. Body language wasnt good coming off the ice. "Eventually there has to be a response. I didnt like the way we reacted to it," he added. St. Louis goalie Brian Elliott has won 13 consecutive home games, extending a franchise record he set with a 5-0 shutout against Los Angeles on Thursday. McElhinney stopped 31 shots. Elliott faced 23, making 21 saves. Mark Letestu gave the Blue Jackets a 2-0 lead midway through the first. His shot from outside the left circle hit a Blues defender and popped over Elliott for his second goal of the season. The Blue Jackets took a 1-0 lead four minutes into the game. Artem Anisimov, standing alone in the middle of the zone with his back to Elliott, took a pass from Brandon Dubinsky. He whipped around and slapped a shot past Elliott, who didnt move as if he didnt see the shot. It was the 12th goal of the year for Anisimov. "We got off to kind of a rocky start in the first," Berglund said. "But, really, the whole team really grabbed it in the second and third." NOTES: St. Louis D Jordan Leopold saw his first action since being activated from injured reserve. He was out since November with a torn ligament in his right hand. ... Blues G Joroslav Halak missed his fourth consecutive game with flu-like symptoms. He got pulled after a period Dec. 28 against Chicago before sitting the next four, all St. Louis wins. Hes expected to make the start of a three-game trip starting Tuesday at Edmonton. ... St. Louis RW David Backes returned after missing three games with an upper-body injury and had two assists. Cheap NFL Jerseys Cheap NFL Jerseys China Cheap Jerseys From China Cheap NFL Jerseys Authentic Wholesale Jerseys China Cheap NFL Jerseys China NFL Cheap Jerseys Cheap NFL Jerseys ' ' '