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Jordan Eberle's three points leads Pats over Cougars 4-2 in WHL action

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REGINA - Jordan Eberle had a three-point night to lead the Regina Pats to a 4-2 victory over the Prince George Cougars in Western Hockey League action Tuesday.

Regina (10-9-2) has won four in a row, while Prince George (3-14-2) suffered its sixth straight loss. Regina scored twice in the first, one from Brett Leffler and the other from Matt Strueby, both set up by Eberle.

The teams swapped power-play goals in the second and Dallas Jackson got Prince George on the board with a big blast from the point for his fourth of the year.

Jordan Weal scored for Regina on a power play when he slid a shot through a screen for his 10th of the season. Assisting on the goal was Colten Teubert and Eberle, with his third of the night.

Since returning from the Edmonton Oilers training camp September 29th, Eberle has 33 points in 16 games, putting him in the top 10 in league scoring.

Prince George's Tyler Halliday beat Regina goalie Damien Ketlo with a soft backhand from the slot early in the third to make it 3-2.

Cougar goalie Hudson Stremmel, a native of Reno, Nev., stood tall for his team as Prince George was outshot 44-24.

But Regina forward Garrett Mitchell ended the threat 7:43 into the third when he drew a penalty then scored on the power play to make it 4-2 and put the game out reach.

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