The Regina Pats will go into the Christmas break sitting just two points out of last place in the WHL’s Eastern Division.
Regina ended the first half of its season in Saskatoon Sunday dropping a 3-2 decision to the Blades.
Matt Bradley and Jake Leschyshyn had the Regina goals. With the loss, which was their 4th in a row, they are now 16-17-3. While they are only two points from the Eastern Division basement with both Saskatoon and Prince Albert nipping at their heels, they still own the first wildcard spot in the Eastern Conference.
The league now goes on its Christmas break with action not resuming until December 27th. On that night, the Pats will be in Brandon.