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Sunday, January 22, 2017


Keith Hershmiller Photography
REGINA – The Regina Pats skated past the Brandon Wheat Kings 5-2 at the Brandt Centre on Sunday for the club's second straight victory, and 31st on the year.

Brandon led 1-0 after one but the Pats exploded for 21 shots and four goals in the second to take the lead for good.

Dawson Leedahl scored twice in the contest including the game winner and Nick Henry chipped in with two assists. Max Paddock stopped 29 of 31 shots and improved to 4-1-0-0 in his WHL career.

The Pats outshot Brandon 47-31 in the victory, the powerplay was two for two and the penalty kill went four for four.

The Pats (31-6-6-1) are back in action on Friday in Calgary against the Hitmen. Puck drop is at 8 p.m. on 620 CKRM.

Quick Hits
- Max Paddock made 29 saves for his fourth win in five WHL appearances.
- Dawson Leedahl is riding a six game goal streak with eight goals in that stretch.
- The Pats powerplay has scored 21 goals in their last 14 games.
- The attendance was 5419.

What’s Next?
The Pats back in action on Friday in Calgary against the Hitmen. Puck drop is at 8 p.m. on 620 CKRM. Next home game is Wednesday, February 1 against the Moose Jaw Warriors Tickets are available at or at the Brandt Centre Box Office. Come into Subway and order a Pats Fresh Value Meal (sandwich, 21 oz. drink and side) and receive a free bronze level ticket to a Pats home game! While supplies last at participating restaurants in Regina.

(Courtesy Phil Andrews/


Anonymous said...

Ok trolls. What did they do wrong?

Anonymous said...

Aren't you on holidays? Take a break man!

Anonymous said...

It was a good bounce back win after a busy weekend, but lets play two games in a row where we don't give up goals before we reload the memorial cup championship bandwagon

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william weppler said...

Nolan Patrick was pretty well nonexistant tonight but must be hard for him at this point after not playing for most of the season. Hope he comes on in the stretch, but not against the Pats :))
Every game the new guys look better and the lines are coming together well. Fun to watch the 4th line (Buziak-Lockner-Pierce) in that they are well rested and give 110% when they are out there. They should be here for a long time so will be good to see them mature and get better.
Wheaties just couldn't withstand our relentless speed and forechecking today. Wagner was a monster and Leedahl is really on a hot streak. He has been one of our best 20 year olds in a while, other than Brooksy. Paddock played very well and has won 3 of 4 but sounds like Brown and Hollett will be back for the road trip next weekend. Hopefully they can stay healthy down the stretch. Our goaltending future looks very good with Hollett at 17 and Paddock 16 years old.

Anonymous said...

It was a breathe of fresh air hearing Al Dumba driving home from the game. He explained the the game for what it is and never once made it about him. He sounded professional and was enjoyable to listen too.

Anonymous said...

Great 60 min effort! Leedahl was on fire last night.

Go Pats!

Anonymous said...

Al Dumba is a local treasure for sure!

william weppler said...

SUBWAY Promo - according to the Pats organization the promotion should be at all Regina locations, with the exception of the Evraz Place locations (Cooperators, Soccer Centre and the Brandt Centre).

Anonymous said...

So we couldn't even sell out a Sunday afternoon game against a rival team. One thousand empty seats!!! People have been commenting about Saskatoon and their small crowds, but we need to look at ourselves first before we criticize other team's fans. And didn't Saskatoon have 15,000 for a lacrosse game.

Tyler Blenkin said...

The Pats had a streak of 7 games I believe that were sold out and in the month of January, they averaged 5980 tickets sold. In a rink that holds 6484 people, that's 93% capacity. Not many teams can say they have reached that this season.

Anonymous said...

especially Saskatoon