SASKATOON -- The Prince George Cougars scored seven times in the opening period to defeat the Saskatoon Blades 10-6 in Western Hockey League action on Wednesday. Joseph Carvalho opened the floodgates with a power-play goal at 5:20 of the period, and Todd Fiddler, Troy Bourke and Jordan Tkatch scored in a 3:21 span made it 4-0. Prince George wasnt finished, as Jansen Harkins scored the first of his two goals to make it 5-0. Brad Morrison and Tate Olson also scored for the Cougars (20-26-7) in the period. Zach Pochiro reached the 20-goal mark for the season with goals for Prince George in the second and third period. Harkins scored his second goal of the game in the third period. Cameron Hebig scored twice for Saskatoon (14-34-4), while Logan Harland, Ryan Graham, Connor Sanvido and Mitch Lipon rounded out the scoring. Ty Edmonds made 36 saves for Prince George. Troy Tromblay started in goal for Saskatoon and was lifted after it was 5-0. Nathan Alalouf then came in to make his WHL debut, and allowed two goals on eight shots while finishing up the period before Tromblay returned. His bottom line was 21 saves on 29 shots. -- TIGERS 6 ICE 2 MEDICINE HAT, Alta. -- Curtis Valk scored 1:32 into the first period, and the Tigers took a 5-0 lead into the third period to defeat Kootenay. Miles Koules, Chad Labelle, Cole Sanford and Trevor Cox got the other Medicine Hat (29-17-30) goals in the first. Anthony Ast completed the scoring for the Tigers in the third. Luke Philip and Zak Zborosky scored in the third period for Kootenay (25-21-4). Marek Langhamer finished with 30 saves for the Tigers. Wyatt Hoflin made 28 stops for the Ice. -- HURRICANES 3 RAIDERS 2 LETHBRIDGE, Alta. -- Jonny Hogue made 41 saves, and Brady Ramsay scored the winning goal in the third period as the Hurricanes snapped an eight-game losing streak, as they came back from a 2-0 deficit to beat Prince Albert. Josh Morrisey scored twice to give the Raiders (23-24-3) a 2-0 lead in the first period. Jamal Watson got one back in the first period for the Hurricanes (10-38-5-), and Taylor Cooper tied it in the second. Cole Cheveldave finished with 17 saves for Prince Albert. -- AMERICANS 4 HITMEN 1 CALGARY -- Brian Williams scored his 30th and 31st goals of the season and Eric Comrie turned back 39 shots as Tri-City defeated the Hitmen. The teams were scoreless going into the third period, before Greg Chase opened the scoring for Calgary at 1:24. Williams tied the game at 3:04 for Tri-City (25-21-5) and Braden Purtil scored the winner at 11:34. Ty Comrie made it 4-1 and Williams added an empty-netter. Mark Shields made 27 saves for the Hitmen (31-13-6), who lost their third in a row. -- REBELS 4 WHEAT KINGS 3 (SO) RED DEER, Alta. -- The Rebels went to a seven round shootout with Brandon to win their fifth in a row. Preston Kopeck, Scott Feser and Rhyse Dieno scored in regulation for Red Deer (27-21-2). Rihards Bukarts, Pulock, Ryan and Peter Quenneville replied for the Wheat Kings (26-18-6). Quenneville sent the game to overtime with his 16th goal of the season at 18:18 of the third period. Patrik Bartosak made 39 saves for Red Deer. Jordan Papirny turned back 26 shots for Brandon. -- WINTERHAWKS 8 SILVERTIPS 1 PORTLAND, Ore. -- The Winterhawks won their eighth in a row, with Paul Bittner leading the way two goals and two assists in their lopsided win over Everett. Chase De Leo, Ethan Price, Nicolas Petan, Dominic Turgeon, Brendan Leipsic and Oliver Bjorkstrand scored the other Portland (34-12-5) goals. Bjorkstrands was his 34th of the season. Patrick Bajkov scored for Everett (24-22-5). Corbin Boes finished with 27 saves for the Winterhawks. Austin Lotz stopped 20 of shots for the Silvertips, and Daniel Cotton allowed a goal on 10 shots. -- GIANTS 5 BLAZERS 3 VANCOUVER -- Dalton Sward had two goals and an assist to lead the Giants over Kamloops. Sward opened the scoring with a power play goal at 4:16 and assisted on Arvin Atwals power play goal a few minutes later to make it 2-0. Dominik Volek and Cain Franson got the other Vancouver (25-19-8) goals. Cole Ully scored twice for Kamloops. Collin Shirly also scored for the Blazers (11-35-5). Payton Lee made 16 saves for the Giants, while Cole Kehler stopped 26 shots for Kamloops. -- CHIEFS 6 ROCKETS 5 (SO) KELOWNA, B.C. -- Jason Fram scored the only goal of the shootout as Spokane got by the Rockets. Reid Gow scored twice for the Chiefs (31-15-4), who won their fourth in a row, and sixth in seven games. Mitch Holmberg picked up his league-leading 46th goal of the season and added a pair of assists for Spokane. Holmberg also leads the WHL in scoring with 90 points. 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Fabio Fognini pulled off a surprise 6-3, 6-3, 6-4 victory over two-time Grand Slam champion Andy Murray to level the best-of-five quarterfinal at 2-2 before Andreas Seppi defeated James Ward 6-4, 6-3, 6-4 in the decisive match. "A great feat, a great success for all Italian tennis," Italy captain Corrado Barazzutti said. "It was time we got back to the semifinals. Its credit to everyone, to a team which has a great character. It was a victory of character." Britain was looking to reach the semifinals for the first time since 1981 but Fognini was in commanding form to end Murrays run of 19 consecutive singles victories in the competition. Seppi rarely struggled against a player ranked 127 places below him and comfortably served out for the match. Italy will play Switzerland in Septembers semifinal. "Today I just played better than Andy and thats tennis," Fognini said. "I was annoyed yesterday after the doubles. This was a very important victory, its certainly my best match in Davis Cup. I just stayed focused on my game and I managed to win." Fognini triumphed in the match between the countries top players, despite dropping his serve in the first game. The 13th-ranked Fognini managed to save two break points but double-faulted to hand Murray the opening game. Fognini had the opportunity to break straight back but hit long and then netted on another break point as Murray went on to take a 2-0 lead. In a typically lively Davis Cup atmosphere, British fans chanted "Fabio, we are in your head," but he was cheered on by the vvociferous home support.dddddddddddd Fognini broke Murray to love and earned another break when Murray double-faulted as he won five straight games to take the opening set. Murray almost dropped serve again early in the second set as he had to fend off two break points after being 40-0 up. However, Fognini broke twice at the end of the set following another double-fault from Murray on the first of two break points. The final set went with serve until the final game, when Fognini went up 40-0 on Murrays serve. Murray saved one match point when Fognini netted a forehand, and rescued the second with a crosscourt volley but hit the third into the net. It was Murrays second defeat in 20 singles matches in the Davis Cup. Fognini moved to 14-2 on clay this season. "He played very well today, thats for sure," Murray said. "Hes a very good player especially on this surface, so I knew it was going to be a tough one and I wasnt able to play well enough. I did OK physically, not the best, but Ive been worse." Italy had not lost at home to Britain since 1926, and Seppi protected that record by winning a match that saw seven breaks of serve in the opening set. Seppi was gifted the set after three successive errors from Ward and he held to love to take the opening game of the second. Ward missed a chance to get back into the match in the fifth game and Seppi took a decisive 4-2 lead when Ward volleyed into the net after saving three previous break points. Seppi held to love with a drop shot for a 2-0 lead in the match. Ward had to save another three break points in the first game of the third but Seppi won four games in a row en route to the victory. He sealed the win when Wards return sailed long. ' ' '