Kyle Crnkovic had two goals and two assists while Tristen Robins chipped in with four assists as the Saskatoon Blades beat the Winnipeg ICE 7-2 Saturday night at Sasktel Centre.
Brandon Lisowsky also scored twice for Saskatoon who extended their winning streak for four games and improved their record to 21-14-1-1. Jayden Wiens, Noah Boyko and Vaughn Watterodt rounded out the Blades scoring.
Jack Finley’s 13th of the season and Skyler Bruce’s 11th were the lone Winnipeg goals to beat Nolan Maier who finished the game with 28 saves.
Daniel Hauser suffered the first regulation loss of his WHL career stopping 17 of 24 shots. Hauser is now 13-1-1 in 16 games this season and 20-1-2 in 24 career games.
With a 29-6-2 record, the ICE remain three points ahead of Edmonton for first place in the WHL’s Eastern Conference with two games in hand on the Oil Kings.
Saskatoon was 2/3 on the power play while the ICE went 1/3.