Pats raise over $13,800 in 5-2 win over Raiders

Kelton Pyne made 32 saves in his first win since January 13. (Photo: Keith Hershmiller/Regin Pats)

On a night they raised close to $14,000, the Regina Pats also broke their seven-game losing streak with a 5-2 win over the Prince Albert Raiders.

The Pats were back home for the first time since February 19 and wore a special jersey as part of the CHL’s Jersey Contest Night.

Five different Pats players found the back of the net, while Kelton Pyne made 32 saves for his first victory since January 13.

Tanner Howe (1G-1A) and Anthony Wilson (1G-1A) led offensively with multi-point efforts. Tye Spencer, Jaxsin Vaughan and Braxton Whitehead rounded out the scoring for the Pats, who grabbed their 17th home victory of the season.

Meadow Daschuck speaks with Harvard Media’s Teegan Witko. (Photo: Keith Hershmiller/Regin Pats)

In addition to the victory, the jerseys, designed by Meadow Daschuck, raised $13,807.25 through an auction, with 100 percent of the net proceeds going to the President’s Choice Children’s Charity, which helps feed one million kids annually.

The Pats’ next game will be on Sunday, when they host the Moose Jaw Warriors, with puck drop set for 7:00 p.m.

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