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ABBOTSFORD, B.C. -- Abbotsfords Sven Baertschi continued his hot streak, scoring a goal and assisting on another to help lift the Heat to a 5-3 victory over the Rockford IceHogs in American Hockey League action on Saturday. Baertschi, currently riding a five game point streak, scored the game winner for Abbotsford. The 21-year-old Swiss native currently has 10 points over that span. Baertschi made it 4-1 for Abbotsford at 1:25 of the third when he recovered a missed Kane Lafranchise shot in front of the net and jammed it into a gaping net. Max Reinhart picked up three assists for Abbotsford (39-25-7), extending his point streak to seven games. Blair Jones had a goal and two assists in his first game back from injury. Corban Knight scored his fourth goal in his last two games, while Derek Smith added a tally in his 300th AHL game. Joni Ortio stopped 23 shots in Abbotsfords victory. Adam Clendening, Ross Garret, and Stephen Johns scored for Rockford (32-28-9). Rookie Ryan Hartman notched his first two professional points with two assists. Jason LaBarbera stopped 13 shots for the IceHogs in a relief effort. Reinhart backhanded a feed on the power play to Abbotsfords Knight who beat Rockfords Kent Simpson glove side from the slot at 4:33 of the first. Abbotsford defender Derek Smith, playing in his 300th career game, received a pass from midway through the first from Baertschi, who blasted it through several bodies for his sixth goal of the season. Just 0:33 seconds later, Reinhart passed it to Jones at the left circle who toe dragged it to the crease and jammed it through Simpsons five-hole to give the Heat a 3-0 edge. After allowing three goals on the first four shots, Simpson was pulled in favour of LaBarbera. Ross got the IceHogs on the board at 16:33 of the second, receiving a pass from Hartman near the goal-line and throwing it on net and under Ortios arm. 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