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Saturday, November 3, 2012


Spencer Humphries' powerplay goal at 16:01 of the second period was the winner as the Calgary Hitmen knocked off the Pats 4-1 in Regina Friday night.  It was the Pats' fourth straight loss.

Before a crowd of 4360, the Hitmen led 1-0 after the first period and 2-1 after two.  Kade Pilton scored Regina's lone goal as Regina dropped to 6-11-1.  Calgary's Brooks Macek iced the game with a pair of third period goals.  With the victory, the Hitmen improved to 9-4-1-2.

NOTES:  Matt Hewitt made 28 saves in the Regina goal, taking the loss .. Chris Driedger made 30 saves for the Hitmen to net the win ... Regina was 0/4 on the powerplay and 0/1 on the penalty kill ... Calgary outshot the Pats 32-31 ... Regina hosts the CHL's 10th-ranked Prince Albert Raiders Saturday night at 7:00 pm on 620 CKRM (Press Box Sports Bar Pregame Show at 6:35).


The Tri-City Americans can depend on a visit from their state rivals to break out of a slump.   Malte Stromwall scored the game-winning goal in the third period, as the Americans beat the Everett Silvertips 3-2 to snap a three-game slide Friday night in Western Hockey League action.

Wheat Kings 3, Warriors 2
At Brandon, Man., Nick Buonassisi scored late to help the Wheat Kings (8-6-3) slip past Moose Jaw (7-7-3).

Blades 3, Ice 2 (OT)
At Cranbrook, B.C., Shane McColgan scored in overtime as Saskatoon (7-9-0) edged Kootenay (4-8-1).

Hurricanes 5, Tigers 2
At Lethbridge, Alta., Jay Merkley scored twice to lift the Hurricanes (9-7-2) past Medicine Hat (9-9-1).

Raiders 3, Oil Kings 2
At Prince Albert, Sask., the Raiders (11-4-2) scored three unanswered goals to edge Edmonton (9-4-3).

Broncos 4, Thunderbirds 3
At Swift Current, Sask., Graham Black's two goals helped the Broncos (7-7-5) blow past Seattle (7-7-1).

Blazers 2, Cougars 1 (SO)
At Kamloops, B.C., Brendan Ranford and Cole Ully scored in the shootout to help the Blazers (17-1-1) beat Prince George (7-8-1).

Winterhawks 6, Royals 2
At Portland, Ore., Nicolas Petan's two goals lead the Winterhawks (11-3-1) past Victoria (9-7-0).

Rebels 3, Chiefs 1
At Spokane, Wash., the Rebels (9-8-2) had three unanswered goals to cruise past the Chiefs (11-6-0).

(With files from the Canadian Press)

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

This team is going into another abyss. And hopefully it finally involves some trading away of talent at the trade deadline. This will be the only answer to the woes of this hockey team. We, the FANS, might as well endure the rest of this season without stars so that there is hope for the future of this team. The status quo of the Regina Pats lately has been incredibly woeful. Please Chad, do the right thing at trade deadline and make the future of the Pats something to be proud of.