The Pats continued their winning weekend with a victory in Prince Albert Monday afternoon.
The 3-1 win comes hot on the heels of back-to-back wins against the Moose Jaw Warriors and has the club in sole possession of third place in the division.
The Wheat Kings are one win back of the Pats in the first wild-card spot followed closely by the Saskatoon Blades.
Max Paddock was solid in net with a 37 save effort that earned him first star honours as his team was outshot by P.A. 38-24.
Nick Henry opened the scoring for the Pats at the 7:23 mark of the first period with a pass from Matt Bradley.
Jared Legien added to the tally later in the period after being fed by Sam Steel to give the Pats a 2-0 lead heading into the first intermission.
The Raiders answered back in the second when Brett Leason scored his 12th of the season with an assist from Cole Fonstad.
But the Pats sealed the deal in the final period with an empty-netter by Matt Bradley.
The Pats have won all seven games against P.A. this season and have won 14 in a row over the Raiders going back to last year.
Regina is back in action Friday in Saskatoon.
- Max Paddock, Regina Pats (37 saves)
- Brett Leason, P.A. Raiders (1 goal)
- Libor Hájek, Regina Pats (+3 on the night)