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Teubert lifts Regina to 5-2 win over Broncos; game delayed by blackout @NHLdotcom

SWIFT CURRENT, Sask. - Colten Teubert's third period power-play goal stood up as the winner in a 5-2 Regina Pats victory over the host Swift Current Broncos in Western Hockey League play Saturday night.

Brett Leffler and Matt Strueby scored early to give a 2-0 lead to Regina (22-24-4). Cody Carlson and Jordan Weal also tallied. Pats netminder Damien Ketlo turned aside 34 shots.

Dillon Wagner and Adam Lowry replied for Swift Current (24-22-3). Broncos starting goaltender Mark Friesen yielded two goals on just eight shots in 9:11 of play. Morgan Clark finished the game and stopped 16 of 19 shots.

The game took nearly three-and-a-half hours to complete, with a 58 minute long power outage plunging the Credit Union iPlex into darkness between the second and third period.

Rink crews parked the Olympia ice cleaning vehicle on the ice with its lights on to assist people in seeing the main exit to assist a large crowd in leaving the rink. Ironically, the game featured a pack the rink promotion, with a season high 2,571 fans in attendance.

The game resumed after the ice was flooded and the teams had a five-minute warm-up to prepare for the completion of the game.

Teubert's game winner was his ninth of the season and sixth power-play goal of the year.

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