The Regina Pats dropped to 3-3-0-0 on the road this season after a 6-2 loss in Prince Albert to the league leading Raiders on Saturday night.
The Raiders scored three times in the first period, getting even strength goals from Sean Montgomery, Justin Nachbaur and Brett Leason and it was 3-0 after 20 minutes. The Raiders added three more in the second, one on the powerplay and two short-handed to lead 6-0, before Nick Henry got the Pats on the board with his fifth and it was 6-1 after two. In the third, Garrett Wright scored on a partial breakaway for his first career WHL goal and the Raider lead was cut to 6-2 and that was the final.
The Raiders outshot the Pats 29-21 in the win and improved to 3-0-0-0 in the season series. The Regina powerplay was oh for the three, the penalty kill two for three and Dean McNabb made 23 saves.
The Pats (3-11-0-0) will wrap up their three in three weekend Sunday afternoon for Breast Cancer Awareness Night against the Swift Current Broncos at 4 p.m. at the Brandt Centre.
Prince Albert – Sean Montgomery (6) from Brett Leason – 1:30.
Prince Albert – Justin Nachbaur (6) from Noah Gregor and Parker Kelly – 7:51.
Prince Albert – Brett Leason (15) from Max Martin – 12:55.
Prince Albert – Noah Gregor (7) from Aliaksei Protas – 5:00.
Prince Albert – Eric Pearce (2) from Jakob Brook – 7:50 SH.
Prince Albert – Jakob Brook (4) from Eric Pearce and Kaiden Guhle – 10:48 SH.
Regina – Nick Henry (5) from Jake Leschyshyn and Austin Pratt – 12:53.
Regina – Garrett Wright (1) from Marco Creta and Sergei Alkhimov – 12:44.
Shots on Goal
Regina 8-6-7-(21) Prince Albert 18-7-4-(29)
Regina 0/4 Prince Albert 1/3
– Garrett Wright scored his first career WHL goal in the loss.
– Nick Henry has points in four straight with three goals and three assists in that stretch.
– Austin Pratt played in his 200th career WHL game on Saturday night in Prince Albert, picking up an assist.
The Pats will wrap up their three in three weekend Sunday afternoon for Breast Cancer Awareness Night against the Swift Current Broncos at 4 p.m. at the Brandt Centre. Tickets are available at reginapats.com, the Brandt Centre Box Office and at any Regina Safeway, where Fun Zone tickets are $13 plus tax.