Realty One

Thursday, November 3, 2016


Keith Hershmiller Photography
Regina – On the same day they were named the #1 team in the country in the CHL Top 10 rankings, the Regina Pats dominated their way to a seventh straight win Wednesday night at the Brandt Centre, 10-2 over the Kootenay ICE. 

Seven different Pats had multi point games, six of them with three points or more. 

Regina led 2-0 and 6-1 by period.

Connor Hobbs led the way with a goal and three assists as the Pats outshot the ICE 62-32 in the contest. 

Jordan Hollett stopped 30 shots for his fifth win in six starts. 

With the victory the Pats improve to 11-0-3-0 on the season.

Quick Hits
- Seven Pats had multi-point nights. Six of them three points or more.
- The Pats have scored 78 goals in their first 14 games. Averaging 5.57 per contest.
- Chase Harrison was a plus five on Wednesday and leads the WHL at plus 27.
- The announced attendance was 3713.

What’s Next?
The Pats are back in action Friday at the Brandt Centre against the Saskatoon Blades at 7 p.m. Tickets are available at or at the Brandt Centre Box Office.

(With files from Phil Andrews/


Anonymous said...

I've never seen a team with this much skill. It is scary how good they are. Maybe the best Pats team ever? Time will tell. Go Pats Go!

Anonymous said...

The Champs still unbeaten in regulation through 14 games. This was a good revenge 10-2 beat down on Kootenay, who had beaten thee Pats at Brandt in OT earlier this year.

P.S. The Canadian Hockey League has the Regina Pats ranked #1 in the entire Country, google it.

william weppler said...

It was like Men against Boys domination right from the drop of the puck...if not for some great saves by Lee could have been 15 goals scored.
Right now I don't see a weak link on this Team...right from the goaltending out they are solid, solid, solid and didn't look past the cellar dwelling Ice to the matchup against the Blades on Friday.

The coaches have the players egos under wraps so far as everyone contributing and scoring coming from all 4 lines. Looking forward to some divisional games as the Warriors and Blades are having decent success as well.

Go Pats Go!

Anonymous said...

Cubs win, Cubs win 👏👏👏

Anonymous said...

Mr. Chris Jones = Mr. John Paddock. They both have the recipe and pre-requisit knowledge to build championship teams.

Sidenote - It doesn't happen overnight.

Go Pats Go!

Anonymous said...

That should read The Chumps not the Champs watch Saskatoon upset them in the next game. You read it here.

Anonymous said...

Saskatoon is drawing 2,800 fans per game, not a real sports city

Anonymous said...

A dominating performance by the Pat's.The Brooks-Wagner-Ahl line had Kelowna on there heels every shift. This is a skilled entertaining team. Get off your ass and come to the games!

Anonymous said...

In a 15000 seat arena yet! Yeah, read it here. Lol!

Anonymous said...

It was Kootenay buddy.

Anonymous said...

I was starting to feel sorry for Kootenay last night. They were looking pretty defeated in the 3rd period. The Pats just didn't stop going after them. Going to be a great season to be a Pats fan.