Reign 3, Utah 2.

Jordan Hill’s power-play goal at 12:09 of the third period lifted the Reign to a 3-2 road win over the Utah Grizzlies. C.J. Stretch and Alex Bourret also scored for the Reign, who snapped a three-game winning losing streak.

David Walker, who returned to the lineup after missing a game with a lower-body injury, collected the assist on Hill’s goal, his second helper of the game. Bourret, Jordan Morrison and Dusty Collins also had assists.

The victory allowed the Reign (21-32-24) to temporarily move nine points behind the seventh-place Victoria Salmon Kings in the Western Conference standings. Victoria is currently playing the Bakersfield Condors.

The Reign moved to 4-5-1 in 10 games against the Grizzlies this season, with the 11th and final game tomorrow in West Valley City.

Correction: We had it wrong earlier by virtue of a scorer’s error. Beau Erickson allowed the Reign’s first two goals before coming off when he was injured in a third-period collision with a Utah player. Mike Zacharias stopped 6 of 6 shots in relief and was credited with the win.

A brief Bobby Walls update.

More good news Wednesday for Bobby Walls, the Reign’s head trainer/equipment manager who was assaulted early Sunday in the parking lot of BJ’s Restaurant in Rancho Cucamonga.

Walls has been transferred out of the intensive care unit into a regular room at Arrowhead Regional Medical Center.

Update: He was taken off a heart monitor and the team expects him to be released this week.

As expected, Walls won’t be flying with the Reign to Utah this weekend, but at least it sounds like he’s on the mend.