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Stepanek gave the Czech Republic its second straight Davis Cup title Sunday, sweeping past Dusan Lajovic in straight sets in the fifth and decisive match to secure a 3-2 win over Serbia in the final.RED DEER, Alta. - It took until the ninth round of the shootout before Adam Musil scored the winner as the Red Deer Rebels edged the Regina Pats 4-3 on Saturday night in Western Hockey League action.Musil added a goal in regulation for Red Deer (26-14-6), which has won six of seven, while Colton Bobyk and Presten Kopeck also found the back of the net.Taylor Cooper scored twice for the Pats (26-15-4) with Adam Brooks adding the other.Taz Burman stopped 26 shots for the win, while Daniel Wapple made 32 saves for Regina.The Rebels were scoreless on 10 power-play chances while the Pats went 0 for 3.---WARRIORS 5 HURRICANES 0MOOSE JAW, Sask. — Zach Sawchenko turned aside all 28 shots he faced as the Warriors blanked Lethbridge.Jiri Smejkal had a three-point night for Moose Jaw (19-24-4), including two goals. Dustin Perillat, Jack Rodewald and Axel Blomqvist also scored.Jayden Sittler kicked out 43 shots for the Hurricanes (10-27-6), who have lost four straight.---BLADES 3 ICE 2SASKATOON — Wyatt Sloboshan scored at 19:49 of the third period as the Blades came back to beat Kootenay.Josh Uhrich and Nolan Reid also had third-period goals for Saskatoon (12-29-3). The Blades have now won three straight.Captain Sam Reinhart and River Beattie chipped in for the Ice (22-22-1).---WHEAT KINGS 5 BRONCOS 3SWIFT CURRENT, Sask. — Braylon Shmyr struck twice as Brandon won its fourth straight by beating the Broncos.Rihards Bukarts scored the winner for the Wheat Kings (33-9-4). Nolan Patrick and Duncan Campbell rounded out the attack.Cavin Leth, Linden Penner and Jake DeBrusk had goals for Swift Current (21-20-5).---TIGERS 5 RAIDERS 4PRINCE ALBERT, Sask. — Chad Butcher had the first of three-straight goals in the second period as Medicine Hat downed the Raiders.Dryden Hunt and Chad Labelle also scored in the second for the Tigers (30-12-2). Cole Sanford and Trevor Cox supplied the rest of the offence.Jesse Lees, Austin Glover, Jayden Hart and Metteo Gennaro found the back of the net for Prince Albert (19-25-1).---ROYALS 4 HITMEN 1CALGARY — Austtin Carroll scored two of Victorias three third-period goals as it beat the Hitmen. Air Max Plus 97 Sale. .Jack Walker had the other goal in the third for the Royals (24-19-3). Joe Hicketts opened the scoring in the first on the power play. 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Jake Mykitiuk and Ivan Nikolishin had goals in the second period. The win was the fourth straight for the Silvertips.Taran Kozun started in goal for the Thunderbirds (22-17-5), stopping 28-of-33 shots in 55:11. Danny Mumaugh went the rest of the way, making one save in 4:49.---AMERICANS 7 CHIEFS 0KENNEWICK, Wash. — Lucas Nickles scored twice and added two assists while Evan Sarthou made 25 saves as Tri-City blanked Spokane.Tyler Morrison, Jordan Topping, Beau McCue, Tyler Sandhu and Brandon Carlo also found the back of the net for the Americans (22-21-2).Garret Hughson started in goal for the Chiefs (23-17-4), kicked out 20-of-25 shots in 44:55. Tyson Verhelst played 15:05 of relief, making two saves.--- ' ' '