KENNEWICK, Wash. - The Regina Pats have had their road woes this season, winning just twice in 10 games until Saturday night.
Jordan Eberle had one goal and three assists as the Pats rolled the Tri-City Americans 7-1 in Western Hockey League action Saturday night.
Garrett Mitchell and Jordan Weal each had a pair of goals for Regina (13-11-3).
It was the worse loss on home ice for the Americans (18-6-0) since Kamloops shut out Tri-City 6-0 on Feb. 1, 2003.
Regina scored four goals on the power play and rookie goalie Dawson Guhle finished with 35 saves as the Pats won their opener on their U.S. Division swing.
Brett Leffler and Colton Teubert also scored for the Pats, who also got three assists from Cody Carlson.
Sergei Drozd scored the lone goal for the Americans, redirecting a shot by Jarrett Toll. Drew Owsley and Brett Martyniuk combined for 17 saves in the loss.