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Ty Lewis had a goal and two assists

Ty Lewis of the Brandon Wheat Kings

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Ty Lewis of the Brandon Wheat Kings

Hurricanes blow past Wheaties

The Brandon Wheat Kings mounted a furious late rally but lost 4-3 to the Lethbridge Hurricanes at Enmax Centre on Friday.

After falling behind 4-1, Ty Lewis and Tyler Coulter scored power-play goals in the final six minutes but the Wheat Kings couldn’t overcome a costly first period.

Brandon (28-24-6-3) trails third-place ...

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