Coming off a loss the night before to the Lethbridge Hurricanes, the Moose Jaw Warriors were looking to get back in the win column Saturday night against the Edmonton Oil Kings.  It took overtime but the Warriors were able to steal two points from the Oil Kings with the 6-5 win.

Edmonton's T.J Foster opened the scoring in the first with his eight of the season.  Brenden Dowd would make it 2-0 for the Oil Kings on his 27th of the season.  Cody Smuk would pull the Tribe within one before the periods out with a power play goal.

In the second, it looked as though the Oil Kings were pulling away with this one as they got back to back power play goals to open the period from Tyler Hlookoff and Brent Raedeke.  But queue the comeback as Corey Scott would get the Tribe within two before the period was out.

Kevin Smith cut the Oil Kings lead to one just a minute into the third period and Smuk tied it up on shorthanded goal.  Hlookoff would reclaim the lead for the Oil Kings just 30 seconds after Smuk tied it up but Matt MacKay would tie it right back up for the Tribe just over a minute later.  It would stay that way until the end of regulation.

It didn't take long for the Warriors to end it in overtime as Dylan Hood put his 15th passed Edmonton's Torrie Jung for the 6-5 overtime win.

Jeff Bosch made 24 saves on 29 shots for the win while Jung stopped 26 of the 32 shots he faced.

The Tribe were 1/5 on the power play and 4/7 on the penalty kill including a shorthanded goal by Smuk.

The Warriors next action is Tuesday night when they head West to Medicine Hat.  You can catch all the action on Country 100 with the voice of the Warriors James Gallo.