Feist scores overtime winner as Pats top Warriors for second straight win

Layton Feist celebrates after scoring in overtime Tuesday night. Photo Keith Hershmiller.

Layton Feist had two goals, including the overtime winner for the Regina Pats, who topped the Moose Jaw Warriors 3-2 Tuesday night for their second consecutive win.

Connor Bedard extended his point streak to ten games with a goal and an assist, and is now leading the WHL in scoring with 19 points.

Roddy Ross also had his best outing as a Pat, making 28 saves in the win.

Pats Coach Dave Struch said he felt they played a full 60 minutes.

“Yeah we were good start to finish, we always talk about sticking to our plan for 60 plus minutes and I believe that was our best game of the season,” Struch said. “Both teams played hard, goaltending was good, there was lots of opportunities at both ends, all-in-all it was a really good hockey game,” Struch added.

The win also puts the Pats at .500 with a 4-4-2-0 record.

The Pats will be back at it Thursday night when they take on Brandon (7-2-1-0) at 8:00 p.m. on 620 CKRM.

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