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Saturday, November 5, 2016


REGINA – The Regina Pats scored six times in the first period en-route to an eighth straight win, 9-6 over the Saskatoon Blades at the Brandt Centre on Friday night. 

Adam Brooks and Jake Leschyshyn both had a goal and three assists in the game for the Pats while Sam Steel chipped in with two goals and a helper. 

Tyler Brown made 34 saves for his seventh win in his ninth start to begin the year. 

The Pats led 6-2 and 7-5 by period.

Brock Hamm started the game in goal for Saskatoon but was lifted after the first period after allowing six goals on 17 shots.  Regina wound up outshooting Saskatoon 47-40.

In their last two games, Regina has scored 19 times and have recorded an incredible 87 goals in 15 games this year. The Pats improved to 12-0-3 (8-0-3 at home) and are the #1-ranked team in the CHL.

Quick Hits
- The Pats scored twice on the same penalty kill for the second time this season. They lead the WHL with 11 SHG’s.
- Eight Pats are riding point streaks of four games or more.
- The Pats eight game winning streak is the longest for the organization since the 2001-02 season. 
- The attendance was 5658.

What’s Next?
The Pats are back in action next Thursday when they visit the Moose Jaw Warriors at Mosaic Place at 7 p.m. Next home game for the Pats is Sunday November 13th against the Red Deer Rebels at 4 p.m. Tickets are available at or at the Brandt Centre Box Office.

(Courtesy Phil Andrews/


Anonymous said...

Haven't seen a line brawl for a long time in Regina. Nice to win and dominate the fights! All 5 Pats players won the fights, Pats are looking very good.

Anonymous said...

Is the 80's Oilers? What a squad! LOVE IT!

Anonymous said...

Grabbed a bunch of tickets and drove an hour to watch the game. Big fan of Hobbs, know his Aunt, he comes from good stock.

Me and my buddy were wondering if they had any toughness to go with the skill. Then the line brawl happened. Every signal Pat was on top. Hobbs dummied his guy. Toughness is not an issue, a credit to Paddock.

Blades got dummied period.

Anonymous said...

Will be 4 one-game suspensions for both teams on that line brawl.

Anonymous said...

The Pats are riding high for sure ... but so were the undefeated Habs, until tonight when they got blown out 10-0. Ouch!! Pats need to stay humble and play hard all games, every shift.

Anonymous said...

Let's hope the Pats meet their waterloo in Moose Jaw bring on the Patsies.. Go Warriors Go!!

Anonymous said...

Fantastic entertainment at the Brandt Center last night. Should be a good game in Bug Tussle on Thursday night. A good measuring stick for both teams.

Go Pats

Anonymous said...

Best Pats hockey in well over a decade! Anyone know if the Pats will be missing Sergei, Hobbs, Wags and Steel against Moose Jaw next week?

william weppler said...

They are sure playing at a high level at this point. Last night was another game where they took it to the opposition and never let up. Brown was a littel shaky on a few of the goals so wasn't indicative of their goaltending.
They put incredible pressure on the Blades on the penalty kill so many times it looked like Pats had the PP.
Suspensions? Was checking the WHL Discipline site and so far only $500 fines for both teams (multi-player fight) but no suspenions noted yet. According to some other info on there it looks like only an instigator of a fight in last 5 minutes of a game gets a 1 game suspension.
Warriors game should be a keeper!

Anonymous said...

William Weppler - I agree with your analysis except for the part where you state "Last night was another game where they took it to the opposition and never let up." The Pats clearly let off of the gas in the second period and Adam Brooks admitted as much after the game. It's scary how potent their offense is this year and I don't think there is much doubt from anyone that the Pats could have scored at least 10 goals total if they wouldn't have let off of the gas in the second period.

The Pats scoring 2 goals while killing off the same penalty is nothing short of amazing.

william weppler said...

I attribute the "weak" 2nd period to Mr. Brown not the Team.

Anonymous said...

Anonymous and Weppler sound like they are both Full Of Gas.

Anonymous said...

Well at least Regina has one team to cheer for, the Riders, Rams and Thunder all sucked this year.