Realty One

Monday, November 14, 2016


Keith Hershmiller Photography
Regina, Saskatchewan – A sold out Brandt Centre watched the Regina Pats win their 10th straight game on Sunday, 8-4 over the Red Deer Rebels.

The Pats led 2-1 after one and then exploded for four goals in the second and didn’t look back from there.

Sam Steel had a goal and three assists and has taken over the WHL scoring lead with 34 points. Adam Brooks had a goal and two assists and five other Pats had multi-point games.

Tyler Brown won his 9th game in 11 starts making 17 saves.

Quick Hits
- Sam Steel has taken over the WHL scoring lead with 34 points after his one goal and three assist performance on Sunday.
- The Pats scored their league leading 12th shorthanded goal of the year in the win.
- Adam Brooks had a goal and two assists Sunday and has points in 26 straight games going back to last year.
- With their eight goals Sunday, the Pats have scored 100 times through 17 games this year.

What’s Next?
The Pats kick off a six game road trip on Wednesday at the new Rogers Place in Edmonton against the Oil Kings. Puck drop is at 8 p.m. Regina time on 620 CKRM.

(Courtesy Phil Andrews)


Anonymous said...

This is unreal hockey. The Pats look unbeatable! Truly awesome!

Anonymous said...

The Champs are undefeated in regulation in the first 17 games of the season and are ranked for the second straight week as thee #1 Junior team in all of Canada.

Wanna blow your mind, the Pats have 13 of the top 15 +/- guys in the entire WHL. For instance, Harrison is +30 through 17 games. Is that good?

Anonymous said...

Needless to say the Pats have been impressive this year. Big road trip coming up. Hey Pats fans.....lets start lighting up Roddies blog with comments so that we can get more coverage. More coverage equals more fans equals more fun at the Brandt Centre. Good to see the rink packed today. Hopefully they can reach a lease agreement by the end of the month, something special is happening in Regina.

Anonymous said...

The champs? LOL there is alot of season left and that is just to get a spot in the second season. Injuries, egos or a million other things can derail a junior hockey season. I'm cheering for them too but nothing is more dangerous for a junior team than feeling untouchable early.

Anonymous said...

Yeh but the only teams they are beating are the GIRLS teams.

This Guy said...

The speed on this team is crazy. Still need to tighten up on defence. Could be worth it to trade for a goalie later in the year as well.

Dan ( season ticket holder) said...

The team is playing fundamental hockey and it does not get better than that.

Being a season ticket holder for a long period of time this is very impressive that the team is firing on almost all cylinders.

Weak goal tending by Brown could cost us in the very near future as the team can not keep on scoring an excessive amount of goals to keep on winning.

At times the pucks going past Brown are very very week goals, that a goal tender with his experience should stop with ease.

With the scores that we have been winning with, they sound great but the other teams are right in the game till almost the end.

Blades,Warriors,Rebels, were right in the games till almost the end and at times we were only one goal ahead or behind by one goal due to weak goal tending.

For the person who commented about the defense where in the hell have you been as they have been great,yet at times with some minor breakdowns it was due to their shifts were to long.

Yeh but the only teams they are beating are the GIRLS teams. This comment proves to me Rod that idiots are out in full force and that they are showing there ignorance and lack of knowledge about hockey.WOW!!!!!

Brown has the ability to be a good, so it is time for him to step up and help his team.Yes if people think that I am putting Brown under the bus I guess you make that call.

GO PATS GO!!!!!!

Anonymous said...

Classy calling a bunch of kids Girls...idiot troll