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Connor Gay nets hat trick for Pats in rout over Blazers

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November 29, 2014 - 1:48 PM

KAMLOOPS - Connor Gay had a hat trick and added an assist in the Regina Pats' 7-3 rout of the Kamloops Blazers in Western Hockey League action on Friday.

Dryden Hunt added five assists for the Pats (15-10-1) while Kyle Burroughs, Morgan Klimchuk, Jared McAmmond and Pavel Padakin rounded out the scoring.

Luke Harrison, Patrik Maier and Logan McVeigh all scored for the Blazers (11-12-5), who dropped their third straight game.

Tyler Brown picked up the win in goal for Regina, making 33 saves. Connor Ingram stopped 2-of-5 shots in 5:50 before being pulled by Kamloops. Cole Kehler replaced him and made 35 saves in 54:10.

The Pats scored once on five power-play chances while the Blazers went 0 for 2.

Regina's Austin Wagner was ejected at 2:29 of the second period after receiving a major penalty for checking to the head.

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