- The Prince Albert Raiders defeated the Regina Pats 4-3 in a close game.
- The Pats mounted a comeback in the dying minutes but fell short.
- Key players in the game included Cole Temple, Tanner Howe, and Chase Coward.
The Prince Albert Raiders were victorious over the Regina Pats in a close 4-3 game. Despite being down 4-1 in the third period, the Pats rallied with two late goals to narrow the deficit. However, the Raiders’ goaltender, Chase Coward, made a crucial save in the final seconds to secure the win. The game saw multiple players scoring their first career WHL goals and impressive performances from Brayden Dube and Sloan Stanick for the Raiders. The Pats will now prepare to face their Trans Canada rival, the Moose Jaw Warriors.
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