EDMONTON - Tristan Jarry made 31 saves and the Edmonton Oil Kings used a three-goal third period to top the Prince Albert Raiders 3-1 and extend their first-round series lead to 2-0 in Western Hockey League playoff action. Riley Kieser and Dystin Mayo had a goal and an assist apiece for Edmonton, who won Game 1 on Saturday, 5-4. Dakota Conroy was the lone scorer for Prince Albert, finding the back of the net 20 seconds into the third period to give the Raiders a 1-0 lead. Prince Alberts Cole Cheveldave made 29 saves in the losing effort. --- ROYALS 4 CHIEFS 3 (OT) VICTORIA — Logan Nelson scored 2:18 into overtime as the Royals took a 2-0 lead over the Chiefs in their first-round best-of-seven set. Tyler Soy, Brandon Magee and Logan Fisher scored in regulation for Victoria, which led 3-1 before Spokane sparked a comeback to force the extra period. Dominic Zwerger opened the scoring for Spokane just 47 seconds into the game, and Liam Stewart and Reid Gow scored in the second and third periods, respectively, to tie the game. Victorias Patrik Polivka made 28 saves for the win, while Eric Williams stopped 41 of 45 shots in defeat for the Chiefs. The Royals took Game 1 on Saturday, 2-1. --- THUNDERBIRDS 3 SILVERTIPS 1 EVERETT, Wash. — Roberts Lipsbergs had a goal and an assist and the Thunderbirds used a two-goal third period to seal a 2-0 first round series lead over the Silvertips. Branden Troock and Russell Maxwell scored in the final period for Seattle, who took Game 1 of the series on Saturday, 2-1. Carson Stadnick scored at 3:51 of the first period to put Everett on the board 1-0 before Seattles comeback. Thunderbirds goalie Taran Kozun stopped 26 shots for the victory. Austin Lotz made 13 saves for the Silvertips. --- ROCKETS 3 AMERICANS 1 KELOWNA, B.C. — Ryan Olsen scored the eventual winner at 17:18 of the first period to give the Rockets a two-game edge in their first-round series against Tri-City. Myles Bell scored on the power play, and Joe Gatenby also scored for Kelowna, who took the first game of the series 3-1 on Saturday. Philip Tot opened the scoring with a goal at 10:37 of the first period for the Americans, who were outshot 47-25. Jordon Cooke stopped 24 shots for the Rockets, and Tri-Citys Eric Comrie made 44 saves. --- WHEAT KINGS 8 PATS 4 REGINA — Tim McGauley scored two goals and helped on another and Brandon used a five-goal second period to power past Regina and take a 2-0 lead in their best-of-seven first-round playoff series. 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"I think our guys showed mental toughness and won a slug out game which I dont know if we could have won a few months ago, no less last year," Casey said of the Raptors second straight win, which gave them a four-game lead over the Nets atop the NBAs Atlantic Division. "Its a testament to our guys mental growth and mental toughness to win a game like that." After Brooklyn built its biggest lead of the night at 10 points at the midway mark of the third quarter, the Raptors went on a 28-5 run over the next 10:33 to secure their seventh win in their last nine games. After 35 games, the Raptors are 18-17. At this point last season, Toronto was 13-22. "Guys are growing up," Casey said when asked to explain the difference in the Raptors this season from last. "Theyre getting tired of me preaching physicality, dont get knocked down in a street fight." Leading the way for the Raptors was DeMar DeRozan, who poured in a game-high 26 points. Terrence Ross added 14 points for the Raptors while Patrick Patterson had 14 points and 12 rebounds. The Raptors took a 47-42 lead into the halftime break on the strength of 11 first-half points from Ross, who hit half of Torontos six three-pointers in the opening 24 minutes. Torontoo, which shot an anaemic 38.dddddddddddd6 per cent from the field in the first half, led by as many as 13 points in the second quarter but the Nets continued to fight back. But then the visitors took over the game -- and silenced the boisterous crowd celebrating Drake Night in honour of the hometown rapper and Raptors global ambassador -- before Toronto regained control. After Brooklyns Shaun Livingston hit a six-foot jump shot to restore the Nets 10-point lead with 4:54 to go in the quarter, the Raptors scored 16 of the final 18 points to close it out. DeRozan scored the final seven points of the third quarter, capping it with a 25-foot three-pointer. The Raptors then went on a 10-1 run to open the fourth quarter and put the game away. "We stayed patient. We knew they were going to make a run, especially in the second half," DeRozan said. "We stayed disciplined, understood we had to get stops, rebound the ball and push it. "If Ive got to step up to win, Im going to do as much as I can." In addition to praising the "big time" performance by DeRozan, Casey also lauded the contributions of Patterson and John Salmons -- who came over as part of the trade for Rudy Gay -- to the teams toughness. The Raptors win ended a five-game win streak for Brooklyn (15-22). "Well, it was an important game," said Toronto guard Kyle Lowry, who had 12 points. "Every game we play is important. We cant take any game for granted. "It was really important with them being a divisional team and them playing really well now. We needed to get this win for our confidence." 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