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EDMONTON -- Chris Driedger stopped 38 shots, including 22 in the final period, as the Calgary Hitmen edged the host Edmonton Oil Kings 3-2 on Saturday in Western Hockey League action. Elliott Peterson, Connor Rankin and Kenton Helgesen supplied the scoring for the Hitmen (43-15-7), who are 11-0-1 in their last 12 games. Greg Chase assisted on all three. Edgars Kulda and Mitchell Moroz scored for the Oil Kings (44-16-3), who now trail Calgary by two points for top spot in the Eastern Conference. Tristan Jarry turned away 31-of-34 shots for Edmonton. --- RAIDERS 4 ICE 2 PRINCE ALBERT, Sask. -- Leon Draisaitls goal at 3:04 of the third period was the difference as the Raiders doubled up Kootenay. Dakota Conroy, Reid Gardiner and Carson Perreaux also scored for Prince Albert (30-30-5) while Draisaitl tacked on an assist for a two-point night. Zach McPhee and Levi Cable scored for the Ice (37-24-4) and Landon Peel set up both goals. Nick McBridge made 25 saves for the Raiders as Mackenzie Skapski turned aside 23-of-27 shots for Kootenay. --- BRONCOS 7 HURRICANES 4 SWIFT CURRENT, Sask. -- Julius Honka scored twice and Graham Black had a goal and two assists as the Broncos toppled Lethbridge. Dillon Heatherington, Colby Cave, Andrew Johnson and Jake DeBrusk also scored for Swift Current (32-24-9). Carter Folk, Lenny Hackman, Jamal Watson and Michal Holub supplied the scoring for the Hurricanes (12-50-5), who dropped their ninth straight contest. Landon Bow made 26 saves for the Broncos. Jonny Hogue started in net for Lethbridge, but was pulled after allowing three goals on 10 shots in 13 minutes of action. Teagan Sacher stopped 28-of-31 shots in 45 minutes of relief. --- WHEAT KINGS 8 BLADES 5 SASKATOON -- Jayce Hawryluk scored twice and added three assists as Brandon handed the Blades their fifth loss in a row. Ryan Pulock, Eric Roy, John Quenneville, Chad Robinson, Tim McGauley and Quintin Lisoway also scored for the Wheat Kings (31-26-8). Nick Zajac had a pair of goals for Saskatoon (16-44-5) and Ryan Graham, MacKenzie Johnston and Connor Sanvido each scored once. Brandons Curtis Honey made 30 saves for the win. Troy Trombley gave up eight goals on 38 shots for the Blades. --- PATS 7 WARRIORS 3 MOOSE JAW, Sask.-- Dmitry Sinitsyn had two goals and two assists and Morgan Klimchuk also scored twice as Regina downed the Warriors. Chandler Stephenson, Kyle Burroughs and Dyson Stevenson also scored for the Pats (37-23-6) and Colby Williams chipped in with three assists. Sam Fioretti and Brayden point had a goal and an assist each for Moose Jaw (17-39-9) and Tanner Eberle scored once. Reginas Daniel Wapple made 26 saves for the win while Zach Sawchenko turned away 23-of-30 shots for the Warriors. --- TIGERS 7 BLAZERS 1 MEDICINE HAT, Alta. -- Curtis Valk and Trevor Cox both had two goals and two assists as the Tigers handed Kamloops its fourth straight loss. Cole Sanford, Steven Owre and Anthony Ast also scored for Medicine Hat (41-22-3) and Miles Koules chipped in with three assists. Matt Bellerive scored the lone goal for the Blazers (13-48-5) while defenceman Matt Thomas was a team-worst minus-4. Nick Schneider made 30 saves for the Tigers as Bolton Pouliot gave up seven goals on 37 shots. --- ROYALS 2 COUGARS 1 PRINCE GEORGE, B.C. -- Patrik Polivka made 31 saves as Victoria slipped past the Cougars Jack Walker and Axel Blomqvist scored for the Royals (45-17-4), who are 9-1-0 in their last 10 games. Prince George (26-34-8) got its lone goal from Todd Fiddler. Ty Edmonds turned aside 19-of-21 shots for the Cougars, who are on a three-game slide. --- ROCKETS 3 GIANTS 1 VANCOUVER -- Jordon Cooke stopped 32 shots as Kelowna defeated the Giants for its fourth win in as many outings. Rourke Chartier, Marek Tvrdon and Cole Linaker scored for the league-leading Rockets (52-9-4). Cain Franson gave Vancouver (30-26-10) a 1-0 lead midway through the first period before allowing three unanswered goals from Kelowna. Jared Rathjen stopped 25-of-28 shots in defeat. --- THUNDERBIRDS 4 WINTERHAWKS 1 KENT, Wash. -- Taran Kozun made 41 saves as Seattle halted Portlands 21-game winning streak. Justin Hickman, Branden Troock, Shea Theodore and Alxander Delnov scored for the Thunderbirds (39-19-6). Chase De Leo scored for the Winterhawks (47-13-5) while Corbin Boes stopped 31-of-35 shots in a losing cause. Portland last suffered defeat on Jan. 10th when it fell 3-2 in a shootout to Victoria. --- AMERICANS 3 CHIEFS 0 SPOKANE, Wash. -- Eric Comrie stopped all 34 shots his way as Tri-City blanked the Chiefs to end an eight-game losing streak. Parker Bowles, Brandon Carlo and Brian Williams scored for the Americans (28-29-8), who hold the final playoff spot in the Western Conference. Eric Williams turned aside 26-of-29 shots for Spokane (36-23-6), which has already clinched a playoff position in the west. WHL leading scorer Mitch Holmberg failed to earn a point in his second straight outing for the Chiefs and remains with 107 points in 65 contests. Cheap Air Jordan 1 Uk . While he was away, it was the division-rival Baltimore Orioles conducting a little business of their own, scooping up Ubaldo Jimenez on Monday evening to a reported four-year, $50-million contract. 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Rookie Christian Vazquez got his first three major league hits and drove in three runs, while David Ortiz had three RBIs to break open the game in the sixth inning and lead Boston over the Houston Astros 8-3.ARLINGTON, Va. -- Barry Trotz was late for an appointment because he was at the DMV, getting his first Virginia drivers license and plates. His son is enrolled in school, and hes lived in his new house long enough for the air conditioning to break down. Hes not a Tennessee resident for the first time in 17 years, and the life upheaval was such that he didnt take his usual summer vacation in British Columbia. And all that was more or less the easy part. Now he has to deal with Alex Ovechkin. Trotz is the new coach of the Washington Capitals, which means first and foremost he is the coach of the immensely talented three-time league MVP whose individual accolades have yet to translate into substantial playoff success. Things will be plenty different for everyone when training camp opens Friday, but what arguably matters most is how No. 8 takes to yet another attempt to change the way he plays. "Physically, hes a strong guy," Trotz said in an interview with The Associated Press. "But theres areas in his game he needs to grow in, and thats really my job, to help him grow his game." Trotz is Washingtons fifth coach since Ovechkin entered the league in 2005, but hes the first who has been a head coach elsewhere in the NHL. He led the Nashville Predators from inception to this year, with 1,246 regular season and playoff games under his belt. He has an established idea how he wants to run a team -- hes already rejigged the coaches meeting room with more cutting-edge technology and made it more of a "war room." He has so much cache that he was able to give owner Ted Leonsis a frank assessment of the Capitals deficiencies while interviewing for the job. "Its the culture," Trotz said. "I just think a little bit of the inmates were running the asylum, thats No. 1. I think theres good talent, and I felt it needed some order." Thats not a dig at one particular player or front office person, but Ovechkin, as team captain, would be a central figure in any sort of culture change. Trotz praised the Russian forwards passion, desire and individual accomplishments -- but said there needs to be more. "If Ovi is willing to listen," Trotz said, "hes going to have a chance to do some great team things.dddddddddddd. And he is willing to listen. I dont see any reason in my discussions (with him) that hes not willing to change. Now change is going to be sometimes difficult for people at times, but the willingness to change, I dont see that being a problem." Ovechkin led the NHL with 51 goals last season, but his plus-minus of minus-35 was third-worst in the league. Looking at the tape, Trotz sees too much staying in place. "Everybody goes after Ovi for probably his defensive game and some of those commitments, and, yeah, there can be improvement," Trotz said. "And Ive said to him, I just want him skating again. I always think hes just dynamic when hes skating. So I just asked him, be in really good shape, be ready to skate, because youre not dangerous when youre standing still." Trotz said he wants to retain the offensive potential shown by Ovechkin and the Capitals while introducing some of the defensive principles that worked well with the Predators. "I want the Capitals to not lose their identity of being able to score," Trotz said. "But I want them to add another identity that theyre hard to play against and theyre hard to score against. If we can add that to the repertoire, then wed be a pretty good team." Ovechkin was moved from left wing to right wing under previous coach Adam Oates. Trotz said he might use Ovechkin on both sides. "If hes playing the game that I envision him being able to play, then I can see him playing left wing -- and I can throw him on the right wing on another line," Trotz said. "To me, hes more dangerous on the left. ... Defensively, hes probably better on the right." No one would forgive the Capitals players for being fatigued with change, having switched systems several times in recent years under coaches Bruce Boudreau, Dale Hunter and Oates. Trotzs message: Get over it. "To be honest, a lot of times systems are a little bit of a cop-out," he said. "If youre a good player, it doesnt matter what system youre playing, you should be able to play it. I think they use it as an excuse. If youre at this level and you cant figure out your role, then you probably shouldnt be in this league." 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