Airdronian Jake Neighbours and the Edmonton Oil Kings knocked off the Seattle Thunderbirds 5-4 in game two of the Western Hockey League (WHL) Championship Series. 

For the second straight game in the WHL finals series, the Thunderbirds and the Oil Kings had a quiet first period, but things did get busy for the Oil Kings in the second. 

Luke Prokop opened up the scoring in the second period, scoring a goal 1:35 into the 2nd period. 

Matthew Rempe then answered back for the Seattle Thunderbirds scoring 3:29 into the 2nd. Prokop then had another goal after setting up a minute later with Airdrionian Jake Neighbours assisting on the goal. Carter Souch gave the Oil Kings one more goal at the 13:11 mark.  

Lukas Svejkovsky answered back for Seattle after ripping a shot through a screen two minutes later making the score 3-2 for the Oil Kings. Justin Sourdif of the Oil Kings responded by scoring another goal during an Oil Kings power play at the end of the second frame capping off a four-goal period for the Oil Kings making the score 4-2. 

In the third period, the Thunderbirds responded quickly, erasing the 2-goal deficit in the opening 2:50 of the third period with Jared Davidson and Svejkovsky chipping in with his second of the game. Prokop then let out another shot that was re-directed by Brendan Kuny of the Edmonton Oil Kings at the 8:46 mark in the third period lifted Neighbours of Airdrie and the Edmonton Oil Kings to tie the series up at 1-1. The final score of the game was 5-4. 

Neighbours had a strong game, making the score sheet with one assist and 6 shots on net. In 15 playoff games this season, Neighbours is now up to three goals and ten assists. During the regular season where he played 30 games after starting the season with the NHL's St. Louis Blues, Neighbours recorded 17 goals and 28 assists for 45 points. 

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