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Friday, September 30, 2016

THE KEG PATS RECAP: REGINA 6 EDMONTON 3

Keith Hershmiller Photography
Regina – Sam Steel scored twice in his season debut and the Pats improved to 2-0-1-0 on the year with a 6-3 win at the Brandt Centre Friday over the Edmonton Oil Kings.

Riley Woods, Filip Ahl, Rykr Cole and Sergey Zborovskiy each had two point nights in the win while Jordan Hollett made 34 saves.

The Pats led 3-1 early in the 2nd but the Oil Kings battled back to tied it up.

However the Regina powerplay gave them the lead for good midway through the second on Filip Ahl’s first career goal.

Tyler Robertson led the Oil Kings with two assists while goaltender Patrick Dea made 36 saves in the defeat.

Shots on Goal
Regina –14-16-12-(42)   Edmonton – 9-14-14-(37)

Powerplays
Regina 2/6   Edmonton 1/3

Quick Hits
- Filip Ahl scored his first career WHL goal and had his first multi=point game. (1G 1A).
- Braydon Buziak has a goal in each of his first three WHL games. (3G).
- Sam Steel scored twice in his first game back from NHL training camp with the Anaheim Ducks. (2G).
- The attendance was 3,749.

What’s Next?
The Pats are back at it on Sunday when they host the Red Deer Rebels at the Brandt Centre in a 4 p.m. puck drop. Tickets are available at ticketmaster.ca of at the Brandt Centre box office.

(With files from Phil Andrews/Regina Pats)

6 comments:

Anonymous said...

Did the Pats use a goalie

Anonymous said...

Considering the picture for the article is the Pats net minder spread eagle with an Oil King �� on his back. I would suggest your rhetorical question has no whimsical value.

Sheldon Cooper
BBT

Dustin said...

No just a shooter tutor. (It was Hollett)

Anonymous said...

Its gonna be a Super year for the Man of Steel!

Anonymous said...

The additions of Steel, Hobbs and Zbrobski (spelling?) incredible difference from a week ago.

william weppler said...

Lots of promise this year that is for sure. When Wagner, and if Brooks, comes back we will have huge offensive potential with 3 lines of scoring threats. Just hoping our D can hold thier own. A number of D lapses last night coupled with great Oil Kings tending kept the outcome up in the air until well into the 3rd period. Really looking forward to the games this year as always. Going to be exciting!