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Sunday, February 21, 2016

PATS 3 OIL KINGS 1


Regina, SK – The Regina Pats (28-23-3-4) beat the Edmonton Oil Kings (25-28-6-1) 3-1 at the Brandt Centre before over 4700 fans on Sunday afternoon.  The Pats are now winners of five straight games.        

Game Story
The Regina Pats got on the board early, opening the scoring just .23 second into the game.   Cole Sanford notched his 29th of the year and in doing so, extended his consecutive game points streak to seven.   Sanford would extend the Pats lead to 2-0, twelve minutes later, on the power play.  Edmonton would get one in the first thanks to Dario Meyer at the 14:30 mark.  However, that would be as close as Edmonton would get.  The second would remain scoreless despite some good chances for both teams, including a three on one rush for Regina, and Edmonton having a two man advantage for 1:14.  Chase Harrison would add to the Pats lead in the third to seal the victory.  The Oil Kings outshot the Pats 20-8 in the third and 49-31 overall.  With the win, Pats Goaltender Tyler Brown has now won seven straight.  

Quick Hits
- Connor Hobbs played the 100th game of his WHL career.
- Adam Brooks now has points in 10 straight games with 26 points (6G, 20A)
- Cole Sanford now has points in seven straight games with 13 points (6G, 7A).
- Tonight’s attendance 4760

What’s Next?
The Regina Pats hit the road for a quick two game stretch in Alberta.  They will take on Medicine Hat this Tuesday and Lethbridge the following night.  The next home game for the Blue and White will be Friday, February 26, when they host the Prince Albert Raiders.  Whether home or away listen to all the action on Bennett Dunlop Ford Pats Hockey on 620 CKRM.  The pregame shows for both away games are at 7:35 p.m.   Tickets to all Regina Pats home games are available at the Brandt Centre Box Office, Ticketmaster.ca, and all Safeway locations.

(Courtesy Mark Rathwell/Regina Pats)

5 comments:

william weppler said...

Excited that the Pats pulled off another big win BUT as excited for Dryden Hunt who gets another Hat Trick today against the Broncos!!

Anonymous said...

Pats have got to straighten out their game pretty soon. They may have won five in a row but they've played two rather poor games in a row. It will catch up with them soon. If not for Brown this is a big fat "L".

Anonymous said...

me too, Hunt 5 hat tricks in 8 games amazing

Anonymous said...

Hey Debbie Downer, good teams WIN games like that. The Pats are finally rounding into form and they will win more games like that down the stretch due to depth and good goaltending. Don't expect to see much more of Hollett this year as Brownie has found THE ZONE! The area to shore up now is the PP. Once that happens the Pats could go ROUNDS in the playoffs.
PBB

william weppler said...

Agree with the last Anon...GOOD Teams sometimes win even when they don't have their best games.

Big congrats to Brooks on Player of the Week!