Pats earn single point with OT loss in Red Deer


The Regina Pats began their four-game trip through Alberta with a 6-5 overtime loss in Red Deer against the Rebels on Tuesday night.

Tanner Howe had a career high four assists for the Pats. Connor Bedard had a goal and a pair of assists to extend his point streak to 34 games. Borya Valis had a pair of goals with Alexander Suzdalev and Sam Oremba also scoring for the Pats.

Red Deer held a 3-2 lead after the first period before Regina came back in the second period to take a 5-4 advantage. The Rebels would tie the game in the third period and won it in overtime.

Kelton Pyne made his start since January 6, he had 26 saves.

Regina is now 1-1-1 against the Rebels this season.

With the single point, the Pats move into a tie for seventh spot in the Eastern Conference with the Swift Current Broncos at 47 points.

On Wednesday night, Regina will head to Calgary and meet the Hitmen.

Coverage on 620 CKRM begins at 7:35, Dante De Caria will have the play-by-play at 8:00.

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