REGINA - The Regina Pats won't be in the playoffs this year but they can still boast having the number one and two scorers in the Western Hockey League.
Jordan Weal had two goals and an assist and Jordan Eberle racked up four helpers to lead the Regina Pats to a 6-3 win over the Prince Albert Raiders in WHL play Saturday night.
Matt Strueby also scored a pair of goals for Regina (29-33-7), while Hampus Gustafsson pitched in with a goal and an assist and Dominick Favreau had a single.
Craig McCallum had a goal and an assist for Prince Albert (31-32-5) while Ryan Button and Jordan Hickmott had one apiece each for the Raiders.
The two teams swapped goals in the first and second periods to send the game into the third tied 2-2.
Hickmott scored for Prince Albert on the power play with a bad angle goal and McCallum with a top corner slapshot following a Pats turnover in their own end.
Weal got Regina on the scoreboard after converting a perfect goalmouth feed from Eberle. Gustafsson assisted on the goal.
Strueby scored Regina's second goal when he knocked in an Eberle rebound during a power play.
In the third Regina broke the game open with four goals while Prince Albert managed just one.
Making 38 saves for the win was Damien Ketlo. Garrett Zemlak turned away 39 in the loss.