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PRINCE ALBERT, Sask. - Leon Draisaitl scored a hat trick as the Prince Albert Raiders stormed past the Swift Current Broncos 5-2 in Western Hockey League action Tuesday. Shane Danyluk and Collin Valcourt also scored for the Raiders (24-25-3), who stayed disciplined throughout the game without incurring any penalties. Brett Lernout and Coda Gordon scored for the Broncos (26-20-8). Cole Cheveldave finished with 34 saves for the Raiders, while his Broncos counterpart Eetu Laurikainen turned aside 32 shots. --- TIGERS 4 PATS 1 REGINA — Marek Langhamer made 41 saves and Medicine Hats offence did the rest against the Pats. Tommy Vannelli, Miles Koules, Curtis Valk and Trevor Cox each had a goal for the Tigers (30-19-3). Chandler Stephensons penalty shot for Regina (27-22-5) was the only time Langhamer was beaten. 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Giants goaltender Payton Lee kicked out 26 shots, one less than Red Deers Patrik Bartosak. --- THUNDERBIRDS 5 SILVERTIPS 3 SEATTLE — Justin Hickman scored twice and added an assist to lead the Thunderbirds past Everett. Mathew Barzal, Alexander Delnov and Robert Lipsbergs had a goal apiece for Seattle (33-16-5). Brayden Low, Joshua Winquist and Ivan Nikolishin countered for the Silvertips (26-20-8). Danny Mumaugh finished with 34 saves for Seattle, while at the other end of the ice Daniel Cotton allowed all five goals on 22 shots. --- ROYALS 7 HITMEN 2 VICTORIA — Austin Carrolls hat trick led the Royals to a bruising win over Calgary. Logan Nelson, Logan Fisher, Axel Blomqvist and Braden Oleksyn also scored for Victoria (35-16-3), while Coleman Vollrath stopped 24 shots. Brady Brassart and Connor Rankin scored in the first period for the Hitmen (32-15-6). Calgarys Chris Driedger allowed six goals on 39 shots before being pulled late in the game. 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Buy Shoes Black Friday .The 24-year-old quarterback spent four seasons at Northern Illinois and in 2013 was a finalist for the Heisman, which is awarded annually to the most outstanding player in U.LENZERHEIDE, Switzerland - Maria Hoefl-Riesch was taken to a hospital with a shoulder injury after crashing in a downhill race on Wednesday, allowing Anna Fenninger of Austria to move atop the overall World Cup standings. The final downhill of the season was won by Lara Gut of Switzerland, the Olympic bronze medallist , but the drama centred on 2011 champion Hoefl-Riesch. The 29-year-old German was taken by helicopter off the slope and then brought to a nearby hospital for treatment. "She has pain in the shoulder and back on the right side. We dont know yet but we dont expect any fracture or (dislocation)," Germany team spokesman Ralph Eder told The Associated Press by telephone. Fenninger was sixth-fastest before Hoefl-Riesch started last in what has shaped up as a back-and-forth duel for the overall title. Hoefl-Riesch crashed midway down when her skis slipped away beneath her at a sharp right-hand turn. She slid off course and became tangled in the safety nets. With Fenninger failing to win the race, Hoefl-Riesch had clinched the season-long downhill title minutes before entering the start gate. But she missed valuable points toward the bigger prize. The downhill trophy ceremony went ahead after the race with an empty top step on the poddium and the German anthem playing as the helicopter landed nearby.dddddddddddd Fenninger earned 40 points to take an 11-point lead overall. That could be enough for her first title if Hoefl-Riesch is unable to compete in the three remaining races this week. "I hope Maria can race again. I dont know how she is," Fenninger said. "My focus is on the next two races. What she is doing, I cant change." The 24-year-old Austrian will start in super-G on Thursday and the season-ending giant slalom on Sunday. Hoefl-Riesch was scheduled to start all four races at the World Cup Finals. She is chasing a second overall title after getting her third Olympic gold medal in Sochi last month. Still, no woman has won more World Cup races this season than Gut, who got her sixth victory and second in downhill. Gut won in 1 minute, 32.31 seconds, beating Elisabeth Goergl of Austria by 0.05 seconds. Fraenzi Aufdenblatten of Switzerland was third, 0.57 behind, in her final World Cup race before retiring. The womens race started two hours after the men went down the same 2.3-kilometre (1.43-mile) Silvano Beltrametti course. Gut was 2.32 seconds slower than mens winner Matthias Mayer of Austria, giving her the 18th fastest time of the day. ' ' '

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