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Monday, March 7, 2016


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Regina, SK – The Regina Pats (31-28-3-4) concluded a four-game homestand in ugly fashion, losing 8-1 to the Brandon Wheat Kings (43-18-4-2) at the Brandt Centre on Sunday afternoon.

Game Story
The Regina Pats fell behind early to the East Division-leading Brandon Wheat Kings, spotting them a 3-0 lead after one period.  Brandon’s goals came from Jordan Thompson, Jayce Hawryluk and Ivan Provorov.  Pats Goaltender Tyler Brown lasted one period giving up three goals on nine shots.

The Pats turned to rookie goalie Jordan Hollett in period two.  Hollett did not fare much better surrendering Brandon goals to Reid Duke, Tim McGauley and Ivan Provorov to make it 6-0.  The Provorov goal came on the power-play, with Regina facing a two man advantage, as a result of a partial line brawl that saw the Pats' James Hilsendager, and Brandon’s Shael Higson each receive a game misconduct.

Regina broke the shutout with a late goal in the third by Cole Sanford.  The Wheat Kings also added two more for the 8-1 victory.

Quick Hits
- Adam Brooks now has points in 18 consecutive games with 38 points (8G, 30A).
- Cole Sanford now has points in four consecutive games with 6 points (5G, 1A)
- Today’s attendance 5699

What’s Next?
The Regina Pats hit the road for a quick trip down Highway One to Swift Current where they will take on Broncos in a Wednesday night match-up.  This is the first time since early February the Pats have more than one day off between games. The face-off is 7 p.m. from the Credit Union iPlex.  You can listen to the action on Bennett Dunlop Ford Pats Hockey on 620 CKRM with the pregame show getting underway at 6:35 p.m.

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