Realty One

Sunday, October 30, 2016


Keith Hershmiller Photography
REGINA - Dawson Leedhal scored once and set up two more as the Regina Pats doubled up the visiting Seattle Thunderbirds 6-3 on Sunday in Western Hockey League action.

Sam Steel, Lane Zablocki, Adam Brooks and Connor Hobbs had a goal and an assist apiece as the Pats (10-0-3) went their 13th game to start the season without a regulation-time loss. Austin Wagner rounded out the offence.

Tyler Brown made 26 saves for the win.

Ethan Bear led the Thunderbirds (4-6-1) with a goal and two helpers while Nolan Volcan and Sami Moilanen added the others.

Rylan Toth kicked out 22-of-26 shots in a losing cause.

Regina went 2 for 5 on the power play while Seattle scored three times on five chances with the man advantage.

The attendance was 6484 on the Pats' First Nations & Metis Awareness Night.

Regina hosts the Kootenay Ice Wednesday at 7:00 pm on 620 CKRM.

(With files from the Canadian Press)


Anonymous said...

Time to set up a pool for guessing which game the Pats will be defeated in regulation time.

william weppler said...

Another great win and great attendance!!
Ethan Bear, a very good player, showed why he was a high draft pick of the Pilers. I think his future is secure in the NHL.
Browny played well with lots of key stops, especially in the 3rd period.
May the streak continue on Wednesday!!!

Anonymous said...

Gutted out a win. Maybe got a little too cute for their own good. We need to add a tougher along the wall element. Score didn't reflect the game. Bear is probably better than any d-man we have. Very good player. Our small centres better learn how win a draw..They needed to find a way to win tonight as Seattle was the better team much of the night.

Anonymous said...

The Champs haven't lost a game in regulation this season 10-0-3-0

Anonymous said...

Yes over 6,000 tonight and Ethan Bear from Ochapawace had a great game for Seattle. He's going to be a good addition to the Oiler's system next year.

Anonymous said...

Fred Wagman when he was President they drafted a dead guy.

Anonymous said...

What year was Fred Wagman the Pat's GM?