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Travis Sanheim led the offense with a goal and an assist while Elliott Peterson and Pavel Karnaukhov rounded out the scoring. Jake Bean set up a pair of goals with Dawson Martin adding an assist for his first career WHL point.
The Hitmen used a strong start jumping out to a 2-0 lead less than six minutes into the opening period and carried the play most of the game, outshooting Regina 32-19.
Calgary’s penalty killers also played a key role as Regina went 0-8 on the powerplay.
With the victory, the Hitmen improve to 4-1 moving into a tie with Red Deer for first place in the Central Division. Regina, shutout for their second straight game at home, drops to 1-3.
The attendance was 3305. The Pats are off until Friday when they host Lorne Molleken's Vancouver Giants at 7 pm on 620 CKRM.
(With files from Brad Curle/Calgary Hitmen)