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Brandon Wheat Kings' captain Peter Quenneville celebrates with teammates Nolan Patrick and Ivan Provorov after scoring the game-winning goal against the Regina Pats during Friday night's WHL playoff series Game 5 at Westman Place.

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Brandon Wheat Kings' captain Peter Quenneville celebrates with teammates Nolan Patrick and Ivan Provorov after scoring the game-winning goal against the Regina Pats during Friday night's WHL playoff series Game 5 at Westman Place.

Wheaties win in OT; Hitmen next

The Brandon Wheat Kings’ clinching goal in their second-round Western Hockey League playoff series came by way of the Quenneville family’s backyard rink.

John Quenneville’s pass from the end boards found his brother Peter alone in the slot, and the Brandon captain scored with a quick shot 6:15 into extra ...

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