The line of Sven Bartschi, Ty Rattie and Nic Petan led the Portland Winterhawks to a 5-4 win at Memorial Coliseum on Saturday night over the Prince Albert Raiders.

Bartschi, Rattie and Petan combined for nine points as the Hawks raised their record to 4-3-0-0.

Rookie goaltender Brendan Burke, in his second Western Hockey League appearance, got his first win. The 16-year-old stopped 26 shots.

Portland will play Tri-City at 5 p.m. Sunday in the coliseum.

Defenseman Derrick Pouliot banged in a power-play rebound 1:44 into the game to give the Winterhawks a 1-0 lead. Prince Albert scored twice in 12 seconds later in the period for a 2-1 lead.

The Hawks tallied twice more in the period, though, with Petan getting his third goal of the season and Jason Trott scoring his first, on a power play at 16:34.

After only 1:13 of the second period, Bartschi scored his first goal of the season, giving Portland a 4-2 lead.

The Raiders got one back at the 6:27 and pulled into a 4-4 tie at 1:54 of the third period.

Bartschi got the winner at 11:46, with the man advantage.

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