The Brandon Wheat Kings wrapped up their weekend three in three with a thud on Sunday afternoon in Regina.
The Pats scored four goals in the 2nd period on route to a 5-2 victory at the Brandt Centre.
Despite being outshot 16-11 in the opening frame, the Wheat Kings managed to score first as Tyler Coulter tipped home a Daniel Bukac point shot past Brandon native Max Paddock.
The Wheat Kings goal came with less than 40 seconds left in the frame, after the club failed to convert on a pair of power play opportunities.
The Pats would come out flying in the 2nd period scoring just 2:02 into the middle frame on the power play as Josh Mahura sent a knuckle ball point shot passed Logan Thompson who was making his third straight start.
The Pats would then get two huge stops from Max Paddock on a Wheat Kings power play and took the momentum from the kill and scored two goals just :36 seconds to quickly jump out to a 3-1 lead.
Before the 2nd period could come to a close, Dawson Leedahl would pot his 2nd of the night on the power play to put the Pats up 4-1.
Regina would finish the night 2/2 on the man advantage while the Wheat Kings failed to convert on four chances.
The Pats took a 5-1 lead late in the third period off the stick of Philip Ahl before Schael Higson slipped a point shot past Paddock with just :44 seconds left in the game.
Paddock was stellar on the afternoon making 29 saves while Logan Thompson was busy again, facing 42 shots in the losing effort.
In three games this weekend, Thompson kicked aside 115 shots. (Back to back 40+ shots against)
The Wheat Kings now take the week off before heading out on their Central Alberta road trip. That swing kicks off Saturday in Medicine Hat. (8:30 on CKLQ)