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SASKATOON -- The Prince George Cougars scored seven times in the opening period to defeat the Saskatoon Blades 10-6 in Western Hockey League action on Wednesday. Joseph Carvalho opened the floodgates with a power-play goal at 5:20 of the period, and Todd Fiddler, Troy Bourke and Jordan Tkatch scored in a 3:21 span made it 4-0. Prince George wasnt finished, as Jansen Harkins scored the first of his two goals to make it 5-0. Brad Morrison and Tate Olson also scored for the Cougars (20-26-7) in the period. Zach Pochiro reached the 20-goal mark for the season with goals for Prince George in the second and third period. Harkins scored his second goal of the game in the third period. Cameron Hebig scored twice for Saskatoon (14-34-4), while Logan Harland, Ryan Graham, Connor Sanvido and Mitch Lipon rounded out the scoring. Ty Edmonds made 36 saves for Prince George. Troy Tromblay started in goal for Saskatoon and was lifted after it was 5-0. Nathan Alalouf then came in to make his WHL debut, and allowed two goals on eight shots while finishing up the period before Tromblay returned. His bottom line was 21 saves on 29 shots. -- TIGERS 6 ICE 2 MEDICINE HAT, Alta. -- Curtis Valk scored 1:32 into the first period, and the Tigers took a 5-0 lead into the third period to defeat Kootenay. Miles Koules, Chad Labelle, Cole Sanford and Trevor Cox got the other Medicine Hat (29-17-30) goals in the first. Anthony Ast completed the scoring for the Tigers in the third. Luke Philip and Zak Zborosky scored in the third period for Kootenay (25-21-4). Marek Langhamer finished with 30 saves for the Tigers. Wyatt Hoflin made 28 stops for the Ice. -- HURRICANES 3 RAIDERS 2 LETHBRIDGE, Alta. -- Jonny Hogue made 41 saves, and Brady Ramsay scored the winning goal in the third period as the Hurricanes snapped an eight-game losing streak, as they came back from a 2-0 deficit to beat Prince Albert. Josh Morrisey scored twice to give the Raiders (23-24-3) a 2-0 lead in the first period. Jamal Watson got one back in the first period for the Hurricanes (10-38-5-), and Taylor Cooper tied it in the second. Cole Cheveldave finished with 17 saves for Prince Albert. -- AMERICANS 4 HITMEN 1 CALGARY -- Brian Williams scored his 30th and 31st goals of the season and Eric Comrie turned back 39 shots as Tri-City defeated the Hitmen. The teams were scoreless going into the third period, before Greg Chase opened the scoring for Calgary at 1:24. Williams tied the game at 3:04 for Tri-City (25-21-5) and Braden Purtil scored the winner at 11:34. Ty Comrie made it 4-1 and Williams added an empty-netter. Mark Shields made 27 saves for the Hitmen (31-13-6), who lost their third in a row. -- REBELS 4 WHEAT KINGS 3 (SO) RED DEER, Alta. -- The Rebels went to a seven round shootout with Brandon to win their fifth in a row. Preston Kopeck, Scott Feser and Rhyse Dieno scored in regulation for Red Deer (27-21-2). Rihards Bukarts, Pulock, Ryan and Peter Quenneville replied for the Wheat Kings (26-18-6). Quenneville sent the game to overtime with his 16th goal of the season at 18:18 of the third period. Patrik Bartosak made 39 saves for Red Deer. Jordan Papirny turned back 26 shots for Brandon. -- WINTERHAWKS 8 SILVERTIPS 1 PORTLAND, Ore. -- The Winterhawks won their eighth in a row, with Paul Bittner leading the way two goals and two assists in their lopsided win over Everett. Chase De Leo, Ethan Price, Nicolas Petan, Dominic Turgeon, Brendan Leipsic and Oliver Bjorkstrand scored the other Portland (34-12-5) goals. Bjorkstrands was his 34th of the season. Patrick Bajkov scored for Everett (24-22-5). Corbin Boes finished with 27 saves for the Winterhawks. Austin Lotz stopped 20 of shots for the Silvertips, and Daniel Cotton allowed a goal on 10 shots. -- GIANTS 5 BLAZERS 3 VANCOUVER -- Dalton Sward had two goals and an assist to lead the Giants over Kamloops. Sward opened the scoring with a power play goal at 4:16 and assisted on Arvin Atwals power play goal a few minutes later to make it 2-0. Dominik Volek and Cain Franson got the other Vancouver (25-19-8) goals. Cole Ully scored twice for Kamloops. Collin Shirly also scored for the Blazers (11-35-5). Payton Lee made 16 saves for the Giants, while Cole Kehler stopped 26 shots for Kamloops. -- CHIEFS 6 ROCKETS 5 (SO) KELOWNA, B.C. -- Jason Fram scored the only goal of the shootout as Spokane got by the Rockets. Reid Gow scored twice for the Chiefs (31-15-4), who won their fourth in a row, and sixth in seven games. Mitch Holmberg picked up his league-leading 46th goal of the season and added a pair of assists for Spokane. Holmberg also leads the WHL in scoring with 90 points. 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Bumgarner pitched all nine innings and allowed just four hits.Each week, TSN.ca Fantasy Editor Scott Cullen, NFL Editor Ben Fisher, and Isaac Owusu discuss three hot fantasy football topics. What was your best answer to a Three and Out question all year? Scott Cullen: 1. With a number of rookie receivers breaking out lately, which one will finish the year with the most fantasy points? Four rookie receivers -- DeAndre Hopkins, Keenan Allen, Kenbrell Thompkins and Terrance Williams -- have more than 300 yards receiving, so those are the leading contenders (Robert Woods at 274 yards could be in the mix, too) and, from that group, I like Allen the best. He has a prolific quarterback, Philip Rivers, whose game appears to have been resurrected this season and Allen is the best wide receiver option on his team, thanks to Malcom Floyd and Danario Alexander suffering season-ending injuries. Hopkins might be the most gifted of the group, but hes still behind Andre Johnson in the Texans pecking order and the quarterback play in Houston has been shaky to say the least. Thompkins is turning into a big-play threat for Tom Brady, but is competing with Danny Amendola, Julian Edelman and fellow rookie Aaron Dobson for targets. Williams has been a big-play threat for the Cowboys, particularly when Miles Austin was out of the lineup, but it remains to be seen how much he will get the ball now that Austin is healthy. For a team that already has Dez Bryant and Jason Witten commanding a lot of attention in the passing game, Williams may need another Austin injury if hes going to finish among the rookie leaders. Ben Fisher: I nailed one early; it was all downhill from there. In predicting pre-season sleepers for big seasons I went all in on Green Bay Packers RB Eddie Lacy. I was a fan of Lacys work at Alabama, blamed the pre-season “fat photo” on the angle of the camera, and loved the opportunity the starting running back in Green Bay was getting this season. Lacy is a Top 10 RB that could have been had as late as the fifth-round. My good advice wasnt just restricted to the pre-season, I was high on a couple San Diego Chargers in Ryan Mathews and Keenan Allen early on and gave up on Stevan Ridley before too much fantasy heartache, but grabbing Lacy early was the best I did in this column all year. Isaac Owusu: I havent done too many “Three and Out” questions, but last weeks decision between Dennis Pitta and Jacob Tamme would undoubtedly be my best answer. Pitta didnt have the big day as a follow up to his week 14 debut, with only 2 catches for 24 yards on 4 targets especially compared to Tammes 1 catch for 9 yards on 2 targets.The numbers clearly arent as far apart, but the glaring number was their snap counts. Tamme was on the field for just 9 of 54 snaps while Pitta saw the field for 30 of 66 snaps. Tamme frankly just isnt a viable fantasy option at tight end at this moment and the Denver Broncos have made their accommodations with other players ahead of him. Pitta is still very much apart of the Baltimore Ravens offence and should continue to see growth in his production as one of Joe Flaccos top two favourite targets next to Torrey Smith. What was your worst answer to a Three and Out question all year? Cullen: 2. What do you expect out of Steven Jackson in Atlanta this season? For a 30-year-old running back -- a time when production generally starts to fade -- this is a really good situation for Jackson. Hes been cranking out 1,000-yard seasons in each of the last eight years for St. Louis, but has scored six touchdowns or fewer in each of the last four seasons because the Rams havent had much of a team supporting him. In Atlanta, Jackson is the supporting cast for one of the leagues bestt passing offences and a past-his-prime Michael Turner rushed for 11 touchdowns with the Falcons last year, so its not unreasonable to think that Jackson could roll to 1,000 rushing yards and maybe push double digit touchdowns this year.dddddddddddd Fisher: There were a few doozies. I was high on Terrelle Pryors fast start – QB1 high – while at the same time only lukewarm on Philip Rivers. But my biggest blunders of 2013 were suggesting to owners that Knowshon Moreno was too inconsistent to spend a lot of their waiver budget on, and to drop Cam Newton, right before the Panthers turned things around and ripped off eight wins in a row. Moreno and Newton will each finish the year as Top 5 scorers at their position. The lessons learned? After struggling in his sophomore season, Newton found his form again as all great QBs do and deserves owners patience in riding out any slumps in the future. And as for Moreno, all Denver Broncos starter must be owned for the foreseeable future. Owusu: My worst answer had to have been regarding Michael Crabtree. When I told fantasy owners to treat him as a no more than flex option and to just expect him to play on limited snaps, I didnt expect him to be this productive. He has seen his workload increase each of the three weeks since his return. His involvement in the offence has been just what fantasy owners who took a chance on him wanted. He has seen no less than 4 targets in any of his appearances (eight in week 14 and six in week 15). Its clear that going in to this weeks matchup which should be the Super Bowl for most fantasy leagues, that Crabtree can be relied on to be involved in the 49ers offence like a WR2 should. Give me one sleeper keeper to keep an eye on for next season? Cullen: Since my one sleeper keeper would probably be Allen, and I mentioned him in the first answer, Ill look elsewhere. How about Arizona Cardinals WR Michael Floyd, who has 196 more receiving yards than Larry Fitzgerald, but has six fewer touchdowns? Floyd has had some ups and downs in his second season, but enough ups that hes very likely to go over 1,000 yards and its reasonable to expect strong numbers from him for the next few seasons. Fisher: There are a few receivers I had in the running for this. Alshon Jeffery and Antonio Brown had too good of seasons overall to really be considered sleepers so my pick heading into the fantasy off-season will be Keenan Allen. I mentioned above I was high on the rookie early and he only got better from there. Allen will finish the year as a middling WR2 but he performed closer to a middling WR1 down the stretch. In first-year head coach Mike McCoys offence, San Diego players were fantasy juggernauts. That shouldnt change for next season; the only thing that might are Allens opportunities. Rivers knows he can trust the third-round receiver, his targets over the course of a full 16 games could see an uptick. Owusu: Arizona Cardinals RB Andre Ellington could be a major sleeper keeper for next season. He came into the year with modest expectations of his production but if you look at the numbers the potential is there for him to be a major fantasy factor for next year. Right now he is the only player in the league who is averaging more than 5 yards per carry and more than 10 yards per catch, that is Marshall Faulk territory! His big play ability makes him somebody to look out for, even though he hasnt been a every week starter for the Cardinals. He is very much a dual threat at running back, and eventually head coach Bruce Arians should grow tiresome of the lack of production from Rashard Mendenhall (3.1 yards per carry) and Ellington should be able to feast as a dangerous PPR fantasy option. ' ' '

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