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It was a tough night for the Brandon Wheat Kings on Wednesday.

After falling behind 2-0 to the Lethbridge Hurricanes in the first two games of the Western Hockey League's Eastern Conference Semifinal, the Wheaties battled back with a dominant win at home in game three. But Wednesday night's game four was a different story.

The Brandon Wheat Kings currently find themselves in familiar territory as they prepare for game four of the Western Hockey League's Western Conference Semifinal matchup Wednesday evening.

It seems like deja-vu for the Brandon Wheat Kings all over again. After falling behind two games to none on the road in the first round of the Western Hockey League playoffs, the Wheaties have done it again.

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