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Dominik Volek's shootout goal leads Pats to 5-4 victory over Hurricanes @NHLdotcom

REGINA - Andrew Reider scored two goals to help the Regina Pats to a 5-4 shootout victory over the Lethbridge Hurricanes in Western Hockey League action Friday night.

Reider's linemates Jordan Weal and Lyndon Martell chipped in with two assists each.

Regina (5-1-0) also had goals from Kyle Burroughs and Dominik Volek, who also ahd the winner in the shootout.

Scoring for Lethbridge (2-3-1) were Derek Ryckman, Macoy Erkamps, Russell Maxwell and Brody Sutter.

After a scoreless first the Pats and Hurricanes exchanged goals for the rest of the night until Volek finally ended things with the shootout winner.

Reider started the scoring for Regina early in the first by banging in a rebound for his first of the year.

Macoy Erkamps responded for Lethbridge on the power play with his first ever WHL goal.

Volek then replied with a power play goal of his own before Maxwell weighed in with a highlight reel effort.

The play began with a pass from Hurricane goalie Brandon Anderson up ice to Philip Tot. Tot moved the puck over to Maxwell who worked his way over the Pats blue-line, around the defence then popped a backhand up and over Regina goalie Matt Hewitt's shoulder.

Reider scored early in the third with a pretty redirection of a Weal point shot.

But Lethbridge kept coming, evening things up with a goal from Ryckman, his first of the year.

Burroughs then put the Pats ahead with his first WHL goal, a tip-in similar to Reider???s second of the night.

With less than two minutes to go, Regina defenceman Colton Jobke appeared to save the game for the Pats when he dove and knocked the puck of Brody Sutter???s stick during a breakaway attempt.

But Sutter was also knocked down on the play and was awarded a penalty shot he made good on.

Overtime didn???t settle it, setting up a shootout which Regina won 3-2 thanks to a pretty goals from Weal, Martell and the wrist shot winner from Volek.

Hewitt made 34 saves in the win for Regina while Anderson stopped 28 in defeat.

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