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Tuesday, December 6, 2016


CRANBOOK, BC - Riley Woods scored 2:20 into overtime to give the Regina Pats a third straight win, 5-4 over the Kootenay ICE on Tuesday night.

Jake Leschyshyn gave the Pats a 1-0 first period lead but in the second, the ICE scored three quick ones to lead 3-1.

The Pats responded with three of their own, two from Sam Steel and one from Adam Brooks and led 4-3 early in the third.

However Kootenay tied it up and forced OT.

That’s when Riley Woods jammed in his fourth of the year across the goal line as the Pats improved to 20-2-4-0 with the victory.

Tyler Brown made his 6th consecutive start in goal and stopped 46 of 50 shots for his 13th win.

Sergey Zborovskiy led the Pats offence with three assists.

Quick Hits
- Adam Brooks point streak is now at 20 games (13G, 33A).
- Sergey Zborovskiy has three goals, eight assists and is plus 13 in his last three games.
- Kootenay outshot Regina 50-44.
- Regina was 0/1 on the powerplay and 7/8 killing penalties.
- The Pats improve their road record to 10-2-1-0 with the victory.
- The attendance was 1538.

What’s Next?
The Pats conclude their road trip in Lethbridge against the Hurricanes on Wednesday. Puck drop is at 8 p.m. on 620 CKRM. Next game at the Brandt Centre is Friday December 9th at 7 p.m. against Swift Current. Tickets are available at or at the Brandt Centre Box Office.

(Courtesy Phil Andrews/


Dick Rubnutz said...

Attendance was that a mistake? Ugly if true

Anonymous said...

Attendance 1,538? Maybe a misprint.

Anyway, the Pats assistance coach was on radio after the game saying that was the worst game of season for Pats and they should be embarrassed. 20-02-04 record

Anonymous said...

Unfortunately 1,500 is likely not a mistake. They averaged 1,957 per game last season, I guess that is why there is constant talk of a sale of the team.

Anonymous said...

I don't understand how a major junior franchise can continue existing with attendance like that.....1500...yes that's been par for the course for some time down in Cranbrook.

Anonymous said...

According to the WHL website attendance 1538. How long will this franchise be able to survive with this kind of support. Good comeback by the Pat's maybe took the Ice lightly? Still a win, looking forward to the home games this weekend.

Anonymous said...

I attended Vancouver Giants they play in a rink smaller than Estevans and it was 2800.

Anonymous said...

1500 fans makes you wonder just how long they can exist there. There has been lots of talk about wanting to get a team on the Island so as to make things easier on Victoria. Winnipeg has been in the conversation as well a couple spots in Alberta. Penticton was once rumoured as well.

The pats came off a rather pedestrian BC trip and have been guilty of nonchalant play much of this year. The fortunate thing is that they found ways to win, and probably a number of times shouldn't have. Padding your stats against poor teams and not having played many good teams this season so far are big reasons for the record.

The pats are still not good defensively and turn the puck over all the time. Their goals against is over 3 and goaltending stats are way down the list in the WHL. They have only played one game against MJ, one against Swift Current, and none against Brandon. You better hope you can score if you can't play defence. Down the stretch and into the playoffs your ranking means nothing. Last season Erie (#2 CHL rated) got knocked out in the 3rd round of the OHL, and Victorian (rated #5 CHL) got knocked out in the 2nd round. Both by teams below them.

Anonymous said...

The pats came off a rather pedestrian BC trip and have been guilty of nonchalant play much of this year.

Really!!!! 20-2-4-0 and you call them nonchalant!! You truly are a hockey genius, unbelievable comments.

Anonymous said...

The Pats have played Brandon. And they beat them.

Anonymous said...

The Pats beat Brandon. They are the best team in the CHL. Deal with it whiny annon talking about bad D. LOL You sound like a whiny jealous jackass.

Pon Jaddock Esquire

Anonymous said...

It's truly beautiful this year