Realty One



Saturday, November 7, 2015


Keith Hershmiller Photography
Regina, SK- The Victoria Royals scored two goals in each of the game’s three periods on their way to a 6-1 victory over the Regina Pats on Saturday night.

The Royals, who went 6-0-0-0 on their Eastern Conference road swing, currently sit in first place in the Western Hockey League with a record of 14-5-0-1.

Victoria’s Jack Walker scored his first of two goals on the night, which was the game-winner, late in the first period. The Royals’ Tyler Thompson recorded a marker in each of the final two frames for his first two career WHL goals. Victoria’s Jared Dmytriw tallied the game’s first goal in the opening stanza. The Royals other marker was notched by Matthew Phillips. The Pats’ lone goal scorer was Jared Freadrich.

The Royals’ Phillips and Tyler Soy both extended their scoring streaks to four games. Phillips has collected seven points (4g-3a), while Soy has tallied three goals and an assist over Victoria’s past four contests.

Victoria netminder Griffen Outhouse made 22 saves on the 23 shots directed his way. Regina started goaltender Tyler Brown who stopped 6 of 9 shots, before he was relieved by Jordan Hollett in the second period. Hollett turned aside 26 of the 29 shots he faced the rest of the way.

The Royals capitalized on their only powerplay opportunity 1/3, while Regina went 0/4.  The attendance was 4180.

Regina (7-8-1) returns to action on Friday when they host the Red Deer Rebels at 7:00 pm on Access 7 and 620 CKRM.

(With files from the Victoria Royals)


Anonymous said...

strong game and attendance pats

Anonymous said...

Nice crowd with good atmosphere. Pats played a really poor game. The last three home games and they have scored three goals in total. Doesn't make it too enjoyable for the home fans.

Anonymous said...

Hang in there pat fans, the losing is not done yet.

@mrt_man said...

Bit of a snoozefest... Almost a fight but the linesmen were in there so quick, I think they got more shots in than the players did.

1/2 way through a Pat's powerplay, the GF points out a fat guy across the way struggling to get up the stairs... yup... not the most exciting game ever. I will probly check out another game though... I jsut need to get better at finding tickets.

Anonymous said...

The goals for and against are starting to get real ugly. Not seeing the projected improvement over last season.