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Monday, April 11, 2016

REBELS 4 PATS 3, RED DEER LEADS 2-0



RedDeerRebels.com
RED DEER, Alta. - Adam Musil scored the winner just past the midway point of the third period as the Red Deer Rebels edged the Regina Pats 4-3 on Sunday in Game 2 of their second round Western Hockey League playoff series.

Josh Mahura and Adam Helewka scored power-play goals for the Rebels, who lead the best-of-seven series 2-0. Michael Spacek added the other.

Sam Steel, Cole Sanford and Adam Brooks all had power-play goals for Regina.

Trevor Martin made 35 saves for the win in net as Tyler Brown turned aside 28-of-32 shots in defeat.
Red Deer converted twice on four power plays while the Pats were 3 for 6.

Game 3 goes Tuesday in Regina at 7 pm on 620 CKRM.

(CP)

15 comments:

Anonymous said...

Oh let me guess? Pats in 6 games...

Anonymous said...

Ta Daaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa

Anonymous said...

No even strength goals. Too many guys disappearing. It's all over but the crying.

Anonymous said...

Pats in four. Rebels give up after two losses in Regina.

Anonymous said...

Pats in 7. This series is far from over.

Anonymous said...

Pats in 6!

Anonymous said...

This is over in four and tops five. Pats are too small with no grinders. Absolutely zero character or they would have got the job done. How big does the two penalties to Williams and Holmes in game 1 look like now. Goaltending and everything about this team is average at best. Another quick second round exit.

william weppler said...

No bounces our way yet. 3 of 7 Rebels goals go in off crossbar or post. Pats have hit 4 posts and no goals. It will change at home.

Steel and Sanford having great series again.

Go Pats Go!

Anonymous said...

Reading some of these comments you would think the Pat's were getting steam rolled. No size, no character no goal tending..... maybe you should watch the game! Pat's are competitive with Red Deer a team built for the Memorial Cup. A few bounces and they are right back in the mix. A couple of 1 goal losses and the trolls are in fine form

Anonymous said...

Well if it ain't old Debby Downer with her out of joint big nose opinion, thanks Debby.

Anonymous said...

Some people put the blinders when it comes to the Pats. All season long the Pats have struggled with big teams and it's no different now. The Rebels are missing two top forwards and their #1 goalie so you would think the Pats should be able to easily play with them yet no go. A few bounces and they could be in the mix sounds like a yapper who doesn't go to games all year and certainly didn't rent the two games on the weekend. The Pats were competitive on the PP and little else. The Rebels hit as many goal posts that didn't go in as did the Pats. The only team to score even strength goals were Red Deer and both winning goals were even strength. Know your facts before you comment because you look stupid. Martin out goal tended Brown and the Rebels out performed the Pats the rest of the way. Coulda, woulda, shoulda don't mean crap when it comes to hockey. The Pats are just good enough to lose. Little character.

Anonymous said...

Coulda Woulda Shoulda

I watch the games to enjoy hockey.
You watch games to criticize and look for faults.
I expect I enjoy my life more than you do because that's how you approach everything ... kinda sad

Anonymous said...

Which one is Debby?

Anonymous said...

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Anonymous said...

Thanks for a good building season Pats. We'll be back to see ya next year.