SWIFT CURRENT, Sask. Carson Wentz Womens Jersey . -- The Kelowna Rockets scored three unanswered goals in the third period to beat the Swift Current Broncos 4-2 in Western Hockey League action Tuesday. Zach Franko, Tyrell Goulbourne, Colton Heffley and Ryan Olsen each scored for Kelowna (23-3-2), which won its seventh straight and moved into a tie for the leagues best record with idle Portland. Zac Mackay and Tanner LaSann replied for the Broncos (19-12-3), who missed out on a chance to move ahead of Edmonton atop the Eastern Conference. Rockets goaltender Jordon Cooke finished with 24 saves, while Eetu Laurikainen did what he could with 40 saves for Swift Current. --- WHEAT KINGS 5 BLAZERS 2 BRANDON, Man. -- Rihards Bukarts had a pair of goals for the Wheat Kings, who scored three in the second period to beat Kamloops. Jesse Gabrielle, Peter Quenneville and Jayce Hawryluk had a goal each for Brandon (17-14-2). Jesse Shynkaruk and Eric Krienke each scored in the second for the struggling Blazers (6-21-4). Jordan Papirny made 31 saves in net for the Wheat Kings. At the other end of the ice, Cole Kehler stopped 26 shots. --- OIL KINGS 3 BLADES 1 SASKATOON -- Cole Bensons short-handed goal lifted Edmonton past the Blades. Henrik Samuelsson and Curtis Lazar also scored for the Eastern Conference-leading Oil Kings (20-9-1), who won their sixth straight. Nikita Scherbak had the lone goal for Saskatoon (10-21-3). Edmontons Tristan Jarry stopped just 19 shots, while Troy Trombley was far busier in Saskatoons net with 46 saves. --- HURRICANES 6 REBELS 0 LETHBRIDGE, Alta. -- Tyler Wong scored twice as the league-worst Hurricanes embarrassed Red Deer. Reid Duke, Riley Sheen, Reid Nemeth and Josh Derko each scored for Lethbridge (5-24-4), which scored twice in the first period despite being outshot 11-4. Taz Burman started for the Rebels (14-16-2) but was pulled after allowing all six goals on 27 shots. 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Cougars goalie Ty Edmonds finished with 29 saves. --- GIANTS 3 ROYALS 2 VANCOUVER -- Travis McEvoy scored the winning goal in the second period to lift the Giants past Victoria. Trent Lofthouse and Tyler Morrison also scored for Vancouver (15-12-7), which led 2-0 after the first period. Ben Walker scored twice for the Royals (20-13-1), including once shorthanded. Giants goalie Payton Lee made just 14 saves, while at the other end of the ice Coleman Vollrath stopped 30 shots. --- THUNDERBIRDS 3 AMERICANS 1 KENNEWICK, Wash. -- Roberts Lipsbergs scored twice as Seattle beat Tri-City. Mathew Barzal had the other goal for the Thunderbirds (19-9-4). Lucas Nickles scored the only goal for the Americans (17-14-3). Danny Mumaugh turned back 22 shots for Seattle. Eric Comrie meanwhile had 29 saves in net for Tri-City. Wilbert Montgomery Youth Jersey . Viewers in the Canadiens region can watch the game on TSN Canadiens at 7:30pm et/4:30pm pt. The game can also be heard on TSN Radio Montreal 690. The Calgary Flames will see if they can take their recent hot streak on the road when they shoot for a sixth consecutive win Monday night in Montreal. Wilbert Montgomery Eagles Jersey . Chief prosecutor Gerrie Nel also accused Pistorius of tailoring his testimony to fit the evidence at the scene. Pistorius denied the accusations. Nel alleged that the Olympic runner changed his aim with his 9 mm pistol to ensure that he hit Steenkamp as she fell back against a magazine rack in a toilet cubicle. http://www.eaglesrookiestore.com/Eagles-Wilbert-Montgomery-Jersey/ . - The New York Rangers have momentum, a unified locker room and Henrik Lundqvist.SAO PAULO, Brazil -- Former Germany great Franz Beckenbauer was banned from football for 90 days by FIFA on Friday for not co-operating with an investigation into the 2018 and 2022 World Cup bids. FIFA said the suspension was requested by ethics prosecutor Michael Garcia, making Beckenbauer the first person to be punished as a result of the case. Beckenbauer refused "repeated requests for his assistance, including requests that he provide information during an in-person interview or in response to written questions provided in both English and German," FIFA said in a statement. It was unclear whether the FIFA suspension would prevent Beckenbauer -- who won the World Cup as both a player and coach -- from attending the tournament in Brazil. FIFA suspensions relating to "any football-related activity, at any level" typically include attending matches and meeting other football officials. Beckenbauer was a voting member of FIFAs executive committee in December 2010 when it chose Qatar, and Russia as 2018 World Cup host. He said last week that he rejected two attempts by Garcia to speak with him, claiming he was no longer active in football. Beckenbauer still holds top-level positions in world football, after serving on FIFAs board from 2007-11. He joined after leading Germanys organization of the 2006 World Cup. He is an adviser to FIFAs football committee and a global ambassador for German champion Bayern Munich. Garcia, a former U.S. Attorney haas said that next month he will deliver a dossier on the World Cup case, which FIFA critics hope will order a redo of the votes. Fletcher Cox Jersey. Beckenbauer was named in reports this past weekend by The Sunday Times, which has alleged widespread corruption linked to Qatari official Mohamed bin Hammam and the 2022 bidding campaign. The newspaper said Beckenbauer took paid consultancies in 2011 with German firms seeking contracts for World Cup related projects in the gas-rich emirate. Like most FIFA board members, Beckenbauer has not publicly revealed who he voted for. Qatar defeated the United States 14-8 in the fourth round of voting, FIFA President Sepp Blatter has previously said German and French business and political interests influenced the FIFA vote. FIFA said its independent ethics judge, Munich-based Joachim Eckert, was not involved in the decision to suspend Beckenbauer, who faces further sanctions. "The case is now the subject of formal investigation proceedings being conducted by investigatory chamber member Vanessa Allard as chief of the investigation," FIFA said. Garcia could still seek to interview Beckenbauer, though he closed the investigation phase of his probe on Monday. On Wednesday, Garcia addressed FIFAs 209 member countries in Sao Paulo and stressed that football officials are obligated to co-operate with his work. "And it makes real penalties available to all those who fail," the American lawyer said then. ' ' '