BRANDON, Man. -- Jayce Hawryluk's second goal of the game with 29 seconds left lifted the Brandon Wheat Kings past the Regina Pats 5-4 in Western Hockey League play Wednesday.
Jesse Gabrielle, Peter Quenneville and Richard Nejezchleb each scored for Brandon (15-13-2), which won after blowing a 4-2 lead.
Chandler Stephenson had two goals for Regina (15-13-1), with singles from Braden Christoffer and Griffin Mumby.
Brandon's Jordan Papirny won the goalie duel, making 30 saves to the 29 shots stopped by Regina's Dawson MacAuley.
BRONCOS 4 HURRICANES 1
SWIFT CURRENT, Sask. -- The Eastern Conference-leading Broncos had no trouble cruising to a win over league-worst Lethbridge.
Colby Cave, Jay Merkley, Brett Lernout and Graham Black scored for Swift Current (18-11-3).
Carter Folk had the lone goal for the Hurricanes (3-23-4).
Eetu Laurikainen finished with 35 saves for Lethbridge, while at the other end of the ice Corbin Boes stopped 39 shots.
REBELS 6 RAIDERS 3
RED DEER, Alta. -- The Rebels overcame a 3-1 deficit with five unanswered goals to beat Prince Albert.
Wyatt Johnson, with a short-handed goal, Haydn Fleury, Kayle Doetzel, Connor Bleackley, Dominik Volek and Brooks Maxwell each scored for Red Deer (14-14-2).
Dakota Conroy, Mike Winther and Leon Draisaitl replied for the Raiders (17-10-2).
Rebels goalie Patrik Bartosak stopped 31 shots, while Cole Cheveldave made 25 saves for the Raiders.
GIANTS 3 ICE 2
VANCOUVER -- Jackson Houck scored on the power play with less than five minutes left to lift the Giants past Kootenay.
Cain Franson and Travis McEvoy also scored for Vancouver (13-11-7) in the second period.
Jon Martin and Austin Vetterl had singles for the Ice (15-14-2).
Jared Rathjen made 33 saves for the Giants. Mackenzie Skapski stopped 16 shots for the Ice.
CHIEFS 2 BLADES 1
SPOKANE, Wash. -- Mitch Holmberg scored two goals in less than two minutes and the Chiefs held on against Saskatoon.
Holmberg's goals, the first shorthanded, at 17:51, and again at 19:29 of the first period, were all the offence Spokane (18-10-2) would need.
Brett Stovin had the only goal for the Blades (10-19-3).
Eric Williams finished with 27 saves for the Chiefs, while Troy Trombley stopped 37 shots at the other end of the ice.