REGINA - Matt Marantz had a goal and two assists to help the Regina Pats to a 5-2 win over the Prince Albert Raiders in Western Hockey League action Sunday.
Colton Jobke and Lane Scheidl each had a goal and an assist for Regina (9-4-0), while Morgan Klimchuk and Andrew Rieder also scored.
Brandon Herrod scored a power-play and a short-handed goal in the first period, giving the Raiders (4-9-2) a 2-0 lead they would squander over the final 40 minutes.
Jobke started the Regina comeback two-man advantage with a snap shot from the point.
Marantz struck next when the Raiders allowed him a couple tries at a loose puck in front of the net. The power play goal, Marantz?s first of the season, was set up Scheidl and Lyndon Martell.
Scheidl then added a goal to his night with a pretty redirection of a Jobke point shot.
Rieder and Klimchuk scored insurance goals in the third. Marantz assisted on both goals.
Matt Hewitt (9-2-0) made 20 saves for the win. The hot goaltender has been in net for every one of Regina's wins this season.
Prince Albert's Cole Holowenko (1-5-0) stopped 32 shots in defeat.