Kings cut by Blades

CRASH CAMERON, SUN MEDIA

, Last Updated: 3:54 PM ET

Frustration.

But not of the played bad, blew two points there for the taking.

Despite being outshot by their visitors, the Saskatoon Blades extended their winning streak to eight games with a 3-1 win over the Edmonton Oil Kings last night.

"We played a great hockey game," said head coach Steve Pleau."

The only thing that frustrated me was we had a 4-on-3 power play in the second period and we were unable to execute, we weren't able to get any momentum (from it)."

Brent Raedeke did score a PP goal for the Kings, but it was the Blades' Adam Chorneyko who got the winner. Saskatoon added an empty-netter.

"We hit a post here and there and if we get a bounce, it's 2-2," Pleau said.

"We couldn't get that puck to go in."


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