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Prince Albert Raiders off to WHL final with win over Edmonton Oil Kings

The Prince Albert Raiders beat the Edmonton Oil Kings 4-2 Sunday afternoon to earn their spot in the WHL Final against the Vancouver Giants.
The Prince Albert Raiders beat the Edmonton Oil Kings 4-2 Sunday afternoon to earn their spot in the WHL Final against the Vancouver Giants. Provided Photo / Prince Albert Raiders

The Prince Albert Raiders are moving on to the Western Hockey League (WHL) Final, after eliminating the Edmonton Oil Kings on Sunday afternoon.

The Raiders beat the Oil Kings 4-2 for the 4-2 series win.

Raiders forward Aliaksei Protas led the way with his second straight hat trick. Noah Gregor also scored in the win.

Winger Trey Fix-Wolansky scored the Oil Kings’ two goals.

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Raiders goalie Ian Scott stopped 32 of 34 shots, while Oil Kings Dylan Myskiw let in four goals on 24 shots.

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The Raiders went 2-for-4 on the powerplay. The Oil Kings went 0-for-4 with the man advantage.

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The Raiders will play the Vancouver Giants in the final, which begins on Friday in Prince Albert.

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