CALGARY -- Jaynen Rissling scored two goals, including his second 2:37 into overtime, as the Calgary Hitmen edged the visiting Kootenay Ice 4-3 on Friday in Western Hockey League action. Greg Chase had a goal and an assist for the Hitmen (3-1-0), who have won three games in a row, while Brady Brassart scored once. Jaedon Descheneau led the Ice (2-2-1) by scoring twice and Jagger Dirk had the other. Mack Shields only had to make 14 saves for the win as Mackenzie Skapski stopped 28-of-32 shots in a losing cause. Calgary went 2 for 4 on the power play while Kootenay scored once on three chances with the man advantage. --- Wheat Kings 4 Giants 3 BRANDON, Man., -- John Quenneville and Richard Nejezchleb each scored twice as the Wheat Kings edged Vancouver. Ryan Pulock and Rihards Bukarts chipped in with two assists apiece for Brandon (4-2-0), which has won back-to-back contests. Dalton Thrower, Jackson Houck and Anthony Ast scored for the Giants (1-4-0), who have dropped three straight games. Jordan Papirny made 27 saves for the win while Payton Lee stopped 20 shots in defeat. --- Warriors 6 Rebels 4 MOOSE JAW, Sask., -- Todd Fiddler had two goals and two assists and Travis Brown scored once and set up three others as the Warriors beat Red Deer. Dallas Valentine, Jack Rodewald and Tanner Eberle also scored for Moose Jaw (3-3-0). Connor Bleackley led the Rebels (4-3-0) with two goals and an assist while Brady Gaudet and Rhyse Dieno also scored. Justin Paulic stopped 24 shots for the win. Taz Burman made 30 saves in defeat. --- Oil Kings 9 Raiders 1 PRINCE ALBERT, Sask., -- Curtis Lazar had three goals and four points as Edmonton crushed the Raiders. Riley Kieser scored twice for the Oil Kings (3-3-0) while Edgars Kulda, Mads Eller, Henrik Samuelsson and Cody Corbett had the others. Carson Peereaux kept Prince Albert (5-1-0) from being blanked by scoring in the third period. Tristan Jarry made 17 saves for the win as Cole Cheveldave allowed four goals on 16 shots and was pulled after the first period. Nick McBridge stopped 35 shots in relief. --- Broncos 6 Pats 1 SWIFT CURRENT, Sask., -- Connor Sanvido had two goals and an assist to lead the Broncos over Regina. Julius Honka and Coda Gordon each had a goal and two assists for Swift Current (4-1-1) while Jay Merkley and Jake De Brusk had a goal and an assist apiece. Morgan Klimchuk scored the lone goal for the Pats (1-5-2), who have lost three straight contests. Eetu Laurikainen made 25 saves for the win as Dawson MacAuley took the loss after giving up three goals on eight shots in 14 minutes of play. Spencer Tremblay stopped 20 shots in relief. --- Thunderbirds 5 Tigers 4 (OT) MEDICINE HAT, Alta., -- Mitch Elliot scored 2:24 into overtime to lift Seattle over the Tigers. Seth Swenson led the Thunderbirds (4-2-0) with a goal and two assists while Justin Hickman and Mathew Barzal added single goals. Hunter Shinkaruk scored twice for Medicine Hat (4-2-0) and Gavin Broadhead and Miles Koules had the others. Curtis Valk chipped in with three assists. Danny Mumaugh made 33 saves for the win as Daniel Wapple stopped 36 shots in defeat. --- Blazers 4 Royals 3 KAMLOOPS, B.C., -- Tyson Ness scored twice as the Blazers slipped past Victoria. Aaron Macklin also scored for Kamloops (2-3-0) while Tim Bozons short-handed goal in the third period stood up as the winner. Joe Hicketts, Logan Nelson and Austin Carroll scored for the Royals (3-5-0) and Brandon Magee tacked on two assists. Bolton Pouliot made 30 saves for the victory. Patrik Polivka picked up the loss after giving up four goals on 23 shots. --- Rockets 6 Winterhawks 2 CRANBROOK, B.C., -- Nick Merkley and Myles Bell had two goals apiece as Kelowna beat Portland. Colton Heffley and Riley Stadel scored for the Rockets (4-0-1) while Tyson Baillie had three assists. Taylor Leier and Alex Schoenborn supplied the offence for the Winterhawks (3-2-1). Jordon Cooke earned the games first star and the victory by stopping 41 shots. Brendan Burke made 35 saves in a losing cause. --- Silvertips 2 Americans 0 EVERETT, Wash., -- Austin Lotz stopped 29 shots for his second-career shutout as the Silvertips blanked Tri-City. Jujhar Khaira and Carson Stadnyk scored for Everett (3-1-0) while Joshua Winquist assisted on both. Eric Comrie turned away 24 shots for the Americans (2-4-1) as leading scorer Brian Williams had his four-game point streak halted. DAVIE, Fla. -- In a culture that fosters conflict, Jonathan Martin sought to avoid it. Upset by treatment he considered abusive, the Miami Dolphins tackle let the situation fester for months before leaving the team last week. Martins agent then complained to the Dolphins, who suspended guard Richie Incognito. The NFL is investigating whether Incognito harassed or bullied Martin, and whether their teammates and the organization mishandled the matter. Some say Martin, a Stanford graduate who went about his business quietly, handled the situation well. But pro football is a macho world, and some players believe Martin should have responded more firmly. "Is Incognito wrong? Absolutely. Hes 100 per cent wrong," New York Giants safety Antrel Rolle said. "No individual should have to go through that, especially in their workplace. "But at the same time, Jonathan Martin is a 6-4, 320-pound man. I mean, at some point and time you need to stand your ground as an individual. Am I saying go attack, go fight him? No. I think we all understand we can stand our ground without anything being physical." Dolphins players have robustly defended Incognito, long considered among the NFLs dirtiest players. Hes now a notorious national villain, but teammates praise his leadership and loyalty. Theyve been less passionate in their support of Martin, saying he and Incognito behaved like best friends. "They did a lot of stuff together," tackle Tyson Clabo said. "So if he had a problem with the way he was treating him, he had a funny way of showing it." Martin is with his family in California to undergo counselling for emotional issues. A senior partner in a New York law firm was appointed by NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell to investigate possible misconduct and prepare a report. DeMaurice Smith, executive director of the NFL Players Association, said Thursday that he continues to be in touch with those involved. "The NFLPA has taken steps to ensure that every one of our affected members is represented," Smith said in a statement. "It is our duty as a union to learn the full facts, protect the interests of players involved and hold management accountable to the highest standards of fairness and transparency." The alleged bullying saga engulfing the Dolphins has shed a light on how damaging perceptions can be in the violent world of the NFL. A Pittsburgh native, Martin is the son of Harvard graduates and his great grandfather also graduated from the school in 1924. At Stanford he protected Andrew Lucks blind side, and also majored in the classics. Taken in the second round of the 2012 draft, Martin has what it takes physically to be an NFL player -- size, skill, athleticism, intelligence. He won praise from the Dolphins for his diligent study of game and practice video.dddddddddddd But while has been a starter since the first game of his rookie season, Martin developed a reputation in the NFL for lacking toughness. That impression might have been reinforced by the way he handled his issues with Incognito, current and former teammates acknowledge. "A lot of people might look at Jonathan Martin and think that hes soft because he stepped away from the game, and say, Why dont you just fight him?" said Seattle Seahawks receiver Doug Baldwin, who played with Martin at Stanford. "Well, if you look at it with common sense and being logical, what options did Jonathan Martin have? "He could fight Richie Incognito. He could go and tell on the players, which we know in the football locker room doesnt go over too well. Or he could remove himself from the situation and let the proper channels take care of itself. And I think he made the intelligent, smart choice without putting himself or Richie Incognitos physical abilities in danger." Houston Texans Antonio Smith, who has accused Incognito of dirty play since they went against each other in college, said Martin should have responded more forcefully. Smith drew a three-game suspension this year for taking Incognitos helmet and hitting him during an exhibition game. "I dont think that in my opinion a grown man should get bullied," Smith said. "And I think that if youre realistically getting bullied, theres only one way my mom taught me and my dad taught me how to get rid of bullies. They used to always say, You hit a bully in the mouth. It will stop him from bullying, no matter what you hit him with." Incognitos harassment of Martin included text messages that were racist and threatening, two people familiar with the situation have told The Associated Press. Incognito is white, while Martin is biracial. Two other people familiar with the situation have said Martin talked of quitting football earlier in his pro career before leaving the Dolphins. One person said Martin considered giving up the sport because of the way he was being treated by other offensive linemen on the team. The person added that Martin now wants to continue his football career. The Dolphins (4-4) play for the first time since the scandal broke Monday night at Tampa Bay (0-8). At least 75 reporters and cameramen tracking the case were in the locker room after Thursdays practice, but receiver Brian Hartline said the scrutiny wont prevent the team from playing well. "It almost heightens your awareness," he said. "You know its going to take away from your focus, so it does the exact opposite. You overcompensate to make sure you stay aware of the game." Cheap Nike NFL Jerseys Cheap Adidas Hockey Jerseys Wholesale Nike Baseball Jerseys Wholesale Jerseys From China Wholesale Jerseys China Wholesale NFL Jerseys China Cheap Nike NFL Jerseys Free Shipping Cheap Nike NBA Jerseys Authentic Cheap NHL Jerseys Canada Cheap Nike MLB Jerseys Cheap Soccer Jerseys China NCAA Jerseys Cheap Nike NHL Jerseys China Wholesale Jerseys China Cheap Jerseys Store Cheap Football Jerseys Store Wholesale Soccer Jerseys Jerseys NCAA China Jerseys NFL Cheap Cheap Nike NBA Jerseys ' ' '