VICTORIA - Myles Bell scored twice in three minutes as the Kelowna Rockets went on to defeat the host Victoria Royals 5-3 on Saturday in Western Hockey League action. Ameer Abdullah Jersey . Bells goals came midway through the first period and put the Rockets ahead 2-1 after falling behind early. Mitchell Wheaton, Rourke Chartier and Marek Tvrdon also scored for Kelowna (37-6-0), the leagues top club, while Madison Bowey chipped in with two assists. Ben Walker led the Royals (30-16-2) wish a goal and an assist and Axel Blomqvist and Brandon Magee scored the others. Kelownas Jordon Cooke made 27 saves for the win. Victorias Patrik Polivka started in net, but was pulled 1:38 into the second period after giving up four goals on just 12 shots. Coleman Vollrath stopped 20-of-21 shots in relief. --- OIL KINGS 7 COUGARS 6 (SO) PRINCE GEORGE, B.C. -- Henrik Samuelsson scored the winner and Reid Petryk had a pair of goals in regulation as Edmonton came from behind to defeat the Cougars. Cody Corbett, Riley Kieser, Edgars Kulda and Curtis Lazar also scored for the Oil Kings (31-13-1), who trailed 6-2 heading into the third period. Todd Fiddler had three goals and an assist for Prince George (17-24-7), Marc McNulty scored twice and Jordan Tkatch scored the other. Edmontons Tristan Jarry gave up six goals on 21 shots and was replaced by Tyler Santos to start the third period. Santos made four saves to earn the win while Ty Edmonds stopped 36 shots in a losing cause for the Cougars. --- PATS 4 RAIDERS 2 PRINCE ALBERT, Sask. -- Morgan Klimchuk scored three times and Daniel Wapple made 38 saves as Regina doubled up the Raiders. Dryden Hunt also scored for the Pats (24-18-5) and Dyson Stevenson tacked on two assists. Sawyer Lange and Reid Gardiner scored for Prince Albert (22-21-2), which lost for the first time in three outings. Cole Cheveldave turned aside 23-of-27 shots for the Raiders. --- ICE 5 BRONCOS 2 SWIFT CURRENT, Sask. -- Sam Reinhart had two goals and an assist as Kootenay downed the Broncos. Luke Philp and Jaedon Descheneau each had a goal and two assists for the Ice (24-20-4) and Tim Bozon added a goal and an assist. Swift Current (23-18-6) got goals from Glenn Gawdin and Nathan Burns. Kootenays Mackenzie Skapski made 34 saves for the win while Landon Bow stopped 28-of-33 shots for the Broncos. --- WHEAT KINGS 4 BLADES 3 SASKATOON -- Rihards Bukarts scored twice, including the winner, as Brandon edged the Blades for its third straight win. Richard Nejezcheleb and Ryan Pilon also scored for the Wheat Kings (25-17-4) and Rene Hunter had two assists. Logan Harland recorded a pair of goals for Saskatoon (13-32-4) and Connor Sanvido had a goal and an assist. Brandons Curtis Honey made 33 saves while Alex Moodie turned away 43-of-47 shots for the Blades. --- REBELS 5 HURRICANES 2 RED DEER, Alta. -- Patrik Bartosak stopped 35 shots and Scott Feser scored twice as the Rebels handed Lethbridge its fourth straight defeat. Brady Gaudet scored once and assisted on two more for Red Deer (23-21-2) while Mason McCarty and Lukas Sutter had the others. Riley Sheen and Reid Nemeth scored for the Hurricanes (9-34-5). Jonny Hogue started in net for Lethrbidge but left at the 16:36 mark of the first period, giving up two goals on six shots in the process. Jarrod Schamerhorn took the loss, stopping 35 shots in relief. --- TIGERS 6 HITMEN 2 MEDICINE HAT, Alta. -- Curtis Valk and Miles Koules each scored twice as the Tigers defeated Calgary. Blake Penner and Tyler Lewington also scored for Medicine Hat (26-15-3) and Trevor Cox chipped in with three assists. Jake Virtanen and Adam Tambellini supplied the scoring for Calgary (30-11-5) while forward Greg Chase was ejected in the third period for a checking-from-behind major. Marek Langhamer made 22 saves for the Tigers as Chris Driedger stopped 22-of-27 shots for the Hitmen. Kyle Dumba made 10 saves on 11 shots in relief. --- THUNDERBIRDS 3 BLAZERS 2 KAMLOOPS, B.C. -- Taran Kozun made 30 saves as Seattle slipped past the Blazers for its sixth straight win. Kevin Wolf, Justin Hickman and Roberts Lipsbergs scored for the Thunderbirds (28-14-5) while Ryan Gropp had two assists. Joe Kornelson had both goals for Kamloops (10-31-5) and Cole Ully assisted on each of them. Bolton Pouliot stopped 27 shots for the Blazers, who lost for the seventh straight time. --- SILVERTIPS 4 WARRIORS 3 (SO) EVERETT, Wash. -- Manraj Hayer scored the winner and Cole MacDonald had a goal and an assist in regulation as the Silvertips downed Moose Jaw. 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But the Los Angeles Kings provided a twist ending, scoring with seven seconds left and winning in overtime. Only hours before his goal the 43-year-old Selanne, who is nearing the end of a Hall of Fame career, sat in his dressing room stall and expressed genuine excitement at the prospect of experiencing another first this late in his decorated career. This is the first time in any sport that two teams from this area have battled in the playoffs. "This is something that even I havent faced before so Im very happy that this happened, because even last year was very close, but now its real and its going to be another great experience in my career," Selanne said with a big smile. The Ducks missed out on a date with the Kings last season, because they were upset in the first round of the playoffs by the Detroit Red Wings. "I was just thinking about that the other day and its funny that its never happened," said Selanne. "Theres something special about this." Only days ago it appeared as if Selannes career was headed toward an inauspicious end. He was made a healthy scratch in Game 4 of Anaheims first-round series against the Dallas Stars. It was a bitter pill for the proud Selanne to swallow, but he has responded the right way. "He sat out that one game in the Dallas series and I dont think he was very happy about it, which was natural," said Ducks captain Ryan Getzlaf. "Thats what you want to see out of guys. You dont want him to be satisfied by that. He upped his game and hes been great ever since." Selanne had two assists in the thrilling Game 6 come-from-behind win in Dallas. His goal in Game 1 against the Kings snapped a 13-game drought dating back to the regular season. He has put eight shots on net the last two games as his playing time has increased (more than 14 minutes in each of the last two games after posting a high of 11:31 in the Dallas series). Even more impressive than the points has been his physical play. The 6-foot, 198-pound Selanne was last on the Ducks during the regular season with just 15 hits, but you wouldnt have known it based on the last couple of games. "I thought the last two games hes been really good," said Anaheim head coach Bruce Boudreau. "Hes found a little bit of a fountain of youth, hitting guys, which really isnt his game, but hes committed to the cause and hopefully he gets enough rest where he can do the same thing in Game 2." It was Selannes hit on Robyn Regehr that forced the 6-foot-3, 222-pound Los Angeles defenceman from the game in the Ducks-Kings curtain raiser. "He hit Regehr, knocked him over and Regehrs one of the biggest guys in the league," said Ducks forward Nick Bonino. "Thats what the playoffs are all about: getting out of your comfort zone, hitting guys, making physical plays and thats why teams win." "Im strong too, you know," Selanne quipped while flexing when asked if he was surprised he was able to knock Regehr down. So, is Selanne getting his second wind now that hes in the second round for the first time since 2009? "I think so," he said. "Playoffs, you know, is more physical hockey. Thats not really my style, but I can play physical too." But even with Selannes contribution the Ducks still ended up on the wrong end of a 3-2 overtime result in Game 1. Boudreau said the Ducks internal statistics showed they held the Kings to just three scoring chances during five-on-five play. "I dont know when weve ever held a team to that," he said. "Were not depressed. Id be more depressed if we didnt play any good and we lost. I liked the way we did a lot of the things." Corey Perry had a glorious chance to end it in overtime. With Kings goalie Jonathan Quick out of position, the 43-goal scorer in the regular season had an open net to shoot at, but was foiled by a sliding Alec&nbssp;Martinez, who was able to block the shot. http://www.officiallionsgear.com/Lions-Dwayne-Washington-Draft-Jersey/. Needless to say, Perry had trouble sleeping Saturday night. "Yeah, I was up for awhile. You think about what it couldve been," he said. "Ive seen it a few times. I thought about it ... He made a great play." Selanne, a veteran of 22 NHL seasons, has been around long enough to know how a team can collect itself after a disheartening defeat. "You just cant get too high even if you win," said Selanne, who won a bronze medal with Finland during Februarys Sochi Olympics just one day after a crushing loss to rival Sweden in the semi-finals. "Enjoy a little bit or be down a little bit, but then just forget it and keep going. You can always learn something win or lose and just go from there." There was a clear lesson for the Ducks in Game 1: their power play, which generated six shots while failing to score on four chances, can be much better. "Thats one area we want to fix, because all great teams they have a great power play and that can make winning so much easier. Our power play, the whole year, has been a little bit up and down," said Selanne. Anaheim finished 22nd in power-play efficiency during the regular season converting on 16 per cent of its chances. The Ducks do have seven power-play goals in the playoffs, which is tied for the league lead, but four of the goals came during one game (Game 5 against the Stars). "We got to generate some opportunities," said Getzlaf. "We moved the puck around pretty well, but we didnt really generate a whole lot. I think that starts with getting some shots through against a team where its not easy to get pucks to the net. Their D do a good job blocking shots and we just got to get that mindset that were going to take it to the net a little bit more." And while the Ducks believe they can do a better job with the man advantage they werent about to get down on themselves even though they have squandered home-ice advantage. "I dont think we had a weak link [Saturday] night," said Selanne. "We deserved better than that, but its hockey and the goals matter and we couldnt put the game away. Game 2 is a new opportunity." Theres a reason Anaheim has a healthy confidence when it comes to battling Los Angeles. The Ducks won four of the five games against the Kings in the regular season and the one loss came in a shootout. "Theres no secrets between these two teams," Selanne explained. "Theyre very, very close matches, tight-checking, low-scoring and whoevers going to do the little things better [will win]. It could go either way." This is a burgeoning rivalry. Bad blood is building, but there is also a healthy respect between the clubs. The Ducks were impressed, for example, watching the Kings dig out from an 0-3 hole against the San Jose Sharks in the first round. "It was actually fun to watch. Its remarkable, unbelievable so, you know, you got to give a lot of credit to those guys," said Selanne. "They have a team that just keeps coming and, it was funny, even though they lost Game 3 you could see the confidence level building higher and higher and then they really started believing and they almost had another gear and the Sharks they didnt have that." Bottom line: the Kings are more than a worthy adversary even though Anaheim finished 16 points ahead of them in the regular season standings. "You need everyone to play 60 minutes at least at your own level and sometimes you need to over-achieve to win the game. Every team is as good as their weakest link. Thats the beauty of team sports," said Selanne, outlining the recipe for success. So the stage is set for an epic battle as a savvy veteran aims to keep his NHL career alive and help Anaheim win the first-ever Freeway Faceoff. And if Game 1 was any indication its going to be a special series. On Saturday, fans from both sides chanted proudly at the Honda Center. They were rewarded for their passion with a thrilling finish. "It was unbelievable. Cant ask more than that," Selanne said when asked about the atmosphere. "Both teams and the fans have been waiting for this matchup for a long time so lets enjoy it." Wholesale Hoodies NFL Shirts Outlet Jerseys NFL Wholesale Cheap NFL Jerseys Free Shipping Wholesale Jerseys Cheap Cheap NFL Jerseys China Wholesale Jerseys Wholesale NFL Jerseys Cheap NFL Jerseys China Cheap NFL Jerseys ' ' '