The hometown boys got the job done in Brandon.
Wheat City product Ryan White scored a pair of goals -- his 19th and 20th of the season -- to lead the Calgary Hitmen to a 4-1 win in Manitoba.
Left winger Brodie Dupont, from nearby St. Lazare, Man., and Jeff Schultz (who was plus-four) also scored as the Hitmen snapped a three-game losing streak.
Backup goaltender Daniel Spence made 26 stops to pick up his ninth win of the campaign.
Tyler Dittmer scored the Wheat Kings' lone goal.
Calgary's powerplay finished 0-for-3 and is now just one for its last 27 attempts.
The Hitmen (44-17-2-0) outshot the Wheaties 32-27.
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HIT PARADE: Calgary wraps up its three-game road trip tonight in Moose Jaw against the East Division-leading Warriors (6 p.m., The Fan 960). The Hitmen return home to face the Swift Current Broncos Friday (7 p.m. at the 'Dome). The Medicine Hat Tigers visit Sunday afternoon for what is expected to be a first-place showdown.
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CALGARY HITMEN: 4
BRANDON WHEAT KINGS: 1