The Edmonton Oil Kings struck for four power play goals en route to a 6-4 win over the Calgary Hitmen Saturday night at Rogers Place.
Carter Souch led the home side with three goals, completing the hat-trick with an empty net marker.
Riley Sawchuk, Ethan McIndoe and Connor McDonald also found the back of the net for the victors.
Egor Zamula, Carson Focht, Mark Kastelic and Sean Tschigerl replied for the Hitmen who built a 2-0 first period lead but trailed 4-3 through 40 minutes.
The two teams combined for six power play goals with the Oil Kings going 4-6 with the man advantage and Calgary 2-4.
Final shots were 32-23 Edmonton.
The win improves the Oil Kings record to 6-1-3-0 while the Hitmen drop to 4-1-1-0.
Calgary returns to Scotiabank Saddledome on Thanksgiving Monday to open a three-game homestand against the Saskatoon Blades. Game time is 2:00 p.m. for the holiday matinee presented by Rangeland Engineering. The Oct. 14 contest will feature AirBand Together for a Wish, presented by euroPRODUCTIONS, which will see several teams compete in an air band competition in The Club before the game. All proceeds will be directed to the Children’s Wish Foundation and the Hitmen will facilitate a wish grant during the first intermission.
The 2019-20 Hitmen Hockey Pass is on sale now and includes 33 game tickets plus one ticket voucher to be used anytime, in any combination. Pass holders also receive a special 25th anniversary jersey, $50 Scotiabank Saddledome gift card and a complimentary ticket to a select Flames, Roughnecks or Stampeders game. Passes start at less than $7 per ticket for kids and under $15 for adults.