The Rockets’ Sean Comrie #3 and Roman Basran #30 fight in front of the net agains Edmonton Oil Kings’ forwards in a 1-0 shoot-out loss Tuesday night. (File Photo: Marissa Baecker/Kelowna Rockets Images)

The Rockets’ Sean Comrie #3 and Roman Basran #30 fight in front of the net agains Edmonton Oil Kings’ forwards in a 1-0 shoot-out loss Tuesday night. (File Photo: Marissa Baecker/Kelowna Rockets Images)

OT hero Woo leads Calgary Hitmen past rival Edmonton Oil Kings 3-2

EDMONTON — Jett Woo scored his fourth goal of the season just 2:30 into overtime to lift the Calgary Hitmen past the Edmonton Oil Kings 3-2 in Western Hockey League action on Saturday.

Riley Stotts and Mark Kastelic recorded the other goals for the Hitmen (15-8-4).

Ethan McIndoe and Josh Williams replied for the Oil Kings (19-6-7), who lost for the first time in five games.

Calgary’s Jack McNaughton made 19 saves to move one save ahead of Gerry Festa for 12th place on the club’s all-time regular season saves list with 1,497.

Edmonton’s Sebastian Cossa turned 34-of-37 shots in defeat.

The Oil Kings and the Hitmen both went 1 for 3 on the power play.



MEDICINE HAT, Alta. — Dustin Wolf posted a 41-save shutout, while Jake Christiansen scored twice to give Everett (20-6-1) its first win in Medicine Hat (20-8-1) since Nov. 22, 2013.



MOOSE JAW, Sask. — Michael Horon had a pair of first-period goals and Carter Serhyenko turned aside 28-of-29 shots to lift Prince Albert (19-6-4) past Moose Jaw (9-16-1), which has now lost nine games in a row.



PORTLAND, Ore. — Joel Hofer made 25 saves for his fifth shutout of the season as Portland (19-6-3) improved to a perfect 3-0-0 against Prince George (6-19-3) this season.



REGINA — Ty Kolle and Austin Pratt each recorded their 11th goal of the season, while Max Paddock turned aside 26-of-28 shots to help Regina (7-17-3) eke out a victory over Red Deer (10-16-3)



SPOKANE, Wash. — Eli Zummack and Luke Toporowski scored the only two goals of the third period to help Spokane (15-9-3) overcome Tri-City (12-10-3) and Beck Warm’s 46-save performance.



SASKATOON, Sask. — Ethan Ernst scored the only goal in the shootout, while Nolan added a goal and an assist to lift Kelowna (16-8-3) past Saskatoon (14-13-3) for its seventh win in eight games.



SWIFT CURRENT, Sask. —Dylan Cozens recorded a goal and two assists to help Lethbridge (18-9-5) snap a four-game losing streak with a win over Swift Current (6-19-3).



VICTORIA — Brandon Cutler scored a pair of goals in his 200th career game, while Shane Farkas won his seventh straight start to give Victoria (15-9-2) a victory against Seattle (9-15-3).



WINNIPEG — Michal Teply buried his 13th of the season 1:12 into overtime to stun Kamloops (18-9-2) and extend Winnipeg’s (17-11-1) home-winning streak to seven games.

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