WHL roundup: Hat trick at roulette as Blades beat Warriors

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SASKATOON — Conner Roulette had a natural hat trick as the Saskatoon Blades outscored the visiting Moose Jaw Warriors 50-17 to earn a 4-1 victory in the Western Hockey League on Sunday.

SASKATOON — Conner Roulette had a natural hat trick as the Saskatoon Blades outscored the visiting Moose Jaw Warriors 50-17 to earn a 4-1 victory in the Western Hockey League on Sunday.

After Robert Baco gave the Warriors a 1-0 lead at 3:38 of the first period at SaskTel Center, the Blades switched gears and resumed the battle of the East Division powerhouses.

Roulette scored three straight goals and Josh Pillar added a fourth for the Blades, who improved to 5-2 and tied for first place with Winnipeg ICE.

The Blades slipped to 4-3 and are two points behind the division leaders.

WINTERHAWKS 5 HEADS 2

Robbie Fromm-Delorme scored two goals and added two assists as the mighty Portland Winterhawks won their fifth game in as many outings by beating host Spokane Chiefs 5-2.

Dawson Pasternak, Kyle Chyzowski and Jack O’Brien also scored for the Winterhawks, who scored four power-play goals in the game to move into first place in the U.S. Division, two points ahead of the Everett Silvertips and Thunderbirds. from Seattle.

Berkly Catton and Ben Bonni scored third period goals for the Chiefs (2-3), who were outshot 28-26.

This report from The Canadian Press was first published on October 9, 2022.

The Canadian Press

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