The Edmonton Oil Kings are going to have a long time to think about their latest loss.Edmonton fell 6-2 to the Kamloops Blazers at Rexall Place on Sunday to suffer their third consecutive loss at home as they head into a week-long break in their schedule. Making just his second start of the season, 17-year-old goalie Cole Kehler was sharp, stopping 35 shots to earn his second career win for the Blazers. Edmonton netminder Tristan Jarry allowed six goals on 29 shots, and lost a third straight start for the first time since last December and only the second time in his four-year WHL career. Patrick Dea came in on relief after 40 minutes and saved all six Blazers shots fired his way. For more on this article Click Here.