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Brandon Wheat Kings’ Ty Lewis watches the puck sail wide of Medicine Hat Tigers goaltender Mack Shields at Westman Place on Saturday. The Wheat Kings won 6-2, extending their East Division lead to eight points with the second-place Prince Albert Raiders visiting on Tuesday.

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Brandon Wheat Kings’ Ty Lewis watches the puck sail wide of Medicine Hat Tigers goaltender Mack Shields at Westman Place on Saturday. The Wheat Kings won 6-2, extending their East Division lead to eight points with the second-place Prince Albert Raiders visiting on Tuesday.

Wheaties continue fight for first

The top two teams in the Western Hockey League’s East Division will face off tonight at Westman Place.

The Brandon Wheat Kings (34-15-2-2) lead the Prince Albert Raiders (29-17-5-1) by eight points, with the visitors holding a game in hand. The teams have split the four games they’ve played this season.

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Top Wheat Kings News

  • Brandon Wheat Kings’ Ty Lewis watches the puck sail wide of Medicine Hat Tigers goaltender Mack Shields at Westman Place on Saturday. The Wheat Kings won 6-2, extending their East Division lead to eight points with the second-place Prince Albert Raiders visiting on Tuesday.

    Another quick start helps Wheaties pad division lead

    The Brandon Wheat Kings will take an eight-point lead into an important East Division battle with the Prince Albert Raiders on Tuesday.

  • Another early lead helps Wheat Kings beat Tigers

     Nolan Patrick scored twice as the Brandon Wheat Kings built up a big first period lead for the second night in a row, beating the Medicine Hat Tigers 6-2 at Westman Place on Saturday.

    On Friday, the Wheat Kings raced out to a 4-0 lead as they beat the Prince George Cougars 8-3.

  • Jayce Hawryluk fires a shot at the Prince George Cougars nets during the second period of Friday night's WHL game at Westman Place.

    Wheat Kings maul visiting Cougars

    Jayce Hawryluk had a pair of first period goals as the Brandon Wheat Kings built a 4-0 lead early and went on to beat the Prince George Cougars 8-3 at Westman Place on Friday.

  • Brandon Wheat Kings defenceman Jordan Thomson, seen here stretching during Thursday’s practice, is familiar with Western Conference teams like the Prince George Cougars, who the Wheat Kings host tonight.

    Wheat Kings going on the prowl

    The Prince George Cougars visit Westman Place for a game against the Brandon Wheat Kings tonight that the standings suggest could be a barn burner.

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