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Cuthbert lifts Kings

Brandonite Brayden Cuthbert and Tanner Lomsnes both scored a pair of goals for the visiting Dauphin Kings on Friday night as they earned a 5-3 Manitoba Junior Hockey League victory over the Waywayseecappo Wolverines.

In other action, it was: OCN Blizzard 4, Neepawa Natives 2; Selkirk Steelers 3, Portage Terriers 0; Winnipeg Blues 3, Swan Valley Stampeders 0; and Steinbach Pistons 5, Winkler Flyers 4.

In Waywayseecappo, Killarney’s Jesse Bernard also scored for the Kings (27-14-1). MacGregor’s Mitch Wiebe made 30 saves for the Wolverines (12-26-2).

Blizzard 4 Natives 2

In The Pas, Edward Bayer and Anthony Agner-Bouchard both had a goal and an assist to pace the Blizzard (16-23-4). Drake Lindsay and Luke Karakas replied for the Natives (19-30-4), who got 46 saves from Matthieu Verreault. Neepawa has lost its last six.

Steelers 3 Terriers 0

In Selkirk, Soren Fredriksen scored a pair of goals and Brian Mackenzie supplied the other as the Steelers (35-6-2) stretched their winning streak to 15 games. Zac Robidoux made 29 saves for the Terriers (27-12-5).

Blues 3 Stampeders 0

In Swan River, Liam Kroeker, Kamerin Nault and Liam Bilton scored for the Blues (22-15-6), while Scott Parsons made 36 saves for the shutout. Graham Hunt stopped 32 for the Stampeders (18-25-1).

Pistons 5 Flyers 4

In Winkler, Suede Omeeaso scored with 2:05 left to play to lift the Pistons (33-9-2) to victory. Denis Bosc, Damien Kulynych and Justin Augert all added a goal and an assist for Steinbach. Travis Marit and Cartwright’s Bryce Enns countered with a goal and a helper for the Flyers (12-28-4).

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Republished from the Brandon Sun print edition January 18, 2014

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Brandonite Brayden Cuthbert and Tanner Lomsnes both scored a pair of goals for the visiting Dauphin Kings on Friday night as they earned a 5-3 Manitoba Junior Hockey League victory over the Waywayseecappo Wolverines.

In other action, it was: OCN Blizzard 4, Neepawa Natives 2; Selkirk Steelers 3, Portage Terriers 0; Winnipeg Blues 3, Swan Valley Stampeders 0; and Steinbach Pistons 5, Winkler Flyers 4.

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Brandonite Brayden Cuthbert and Tanner Lomsnes both scored a pair of goals for the visiting Dauphin Kings on Friday night as they earned a 5-3 Manitoba Junior Hockey League victory over the Waywayseecappo Wolverines.

In other action, it was: OCN Blizzard 4, Neepawa Natives 2; Selkirk Steelers 3, Portage Terriers 0; Winnipeg Blues 3, Swan Valley Stampeders 0; and Steinbach Pistons 5, Winkler Flyers 4.

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