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Sunday, January 15, 2017

PRINCE ALBERT – The Regina Pats wrapped up their busy weekend with a 5-1 victory in Prince Albert over the Raiders on Sunday.

The Pats scored once in the second and twice in both the second and third periods in the win.

Sam Steel and Connor Hobbs paced the offence with three points each. Max Paddock stopped 32 of 34 shots for his third win in as many WHL appearances.

Regina outshot Prince Albert 39-34 and improved to 6-0-1-0 in the season series.

Quick Hits
-  Max Paddock made 32 saves for his 3rd win in as many WHL appearances.
- Sam Steel’s three point night puts him back in the WHL scoring lead with 78 points.
- Filip Ahl scored his 20th goal of the season in his 31st game.

What’s Next?
The Pats next action is Friday January 20 at the Brandt Centre against Medicine Hat. 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...

The Pats win and no comments. Typical! Sounds like the guys who sat out Saturday cranked things up a notch for the game yesterday. Good to see!

I hope Brown gets some good rest this weekend, its going to be a tough 3 games.

GO Pats!

Anonymous said...

That would suggest that most people coming to this blog live outside of Regina and therefore are not Pat fans.

Anonymous said...

For Gods sake moron….it's the PA Raiders!!!!! They should beat them game in and game out by 5-7 goals. They darned near didn't on Saturday and barely eeked out an OT win. ..get real. They didn't do that with Tr—Cities or PG or Kelowna or MJ. Everett is soon to arrive and it will be interesting if they beat them 8-0 or 5-1???. It doesn't mean anything beating up on young less talented clubs. This team still hasn't done much against good clubs. The number of loser points is the only reason they have the record they do. The game last night is so meaningless that it's barely worth commenting, except to set know-nothings straight.

Anonymous said...

Is this article correct regarding shots on goal, Max Paddock (Pats) stopped 32 of 34 shots, however he let in only 1 goal? (5 - 1 final)

Morgan said...

Another huge win for the Pats! Silence those idiotic haters!!! Boo yah baby!!!

Anonymous said...

Wow, sore spot (2nd last anon).

Let's see - they beat Medicine Hat twice, Seattle, Moose Jaw twice, Swift Current twice, Red Deer twice, they lost against Kelowna in OT. Those are all good clubs in my opinion. They're first in the entire league. Every team is below them. You have pretty high expectations if you think they should win every single game. These are kids and they're not going to be perfect.

Sorry, I'm a die hard pats fan, not a moron, and I'm enjoying every minute of this season. Even the odd crap game and adversity as they'll only help make this team better.

GO Pats!

Anonymous said...

Message to sore spot is right on. Doesn't matter the subject always trolls that criticize everything. I guess it makes the pitiful life they have bearable. Pat's are a good team deal with it.

Go Pats

william weppler said...

Guess Hobbs maybe learned something...I hear he was playing wing instead of defence? Talented yes?
Another win for G Paddock...promising future with the Pats looks like.
Will be home for the weekend games...Can't wait!
Go Pats Go!

Anonymous said...

It's past the midway point of the season and the Pats are facing some adversity. Their top two goalies are injured and John Paddock has been addressing the discipline issues by sitting 19 year old players over the last two games. And of course the Pats have acquired some new players, which will require some time for them to gel with the rest of the team and the systems they use.

The Pats lost the Tri-City game, but they are still the better team. The Pats had discipline issues and were wining going into the third period, when Brown did not return to the net and was instead replaced by Kurtis Chapman, who is clearly in over his head at the WHL level. There is no doubt in my mind that the Pats would be able to defeat the American's in a 7 game playoff series.

The good news is that Max Paddock has now played 3 solid games (3 wins)in net against the Raiders and holds a .0938 save %, which is better than Connor Ingram and Carter Hart. Of course it's a small sample size, but at least we know that the Pats have depth at the goaltender position as they have 3 capable goal tenders.

If last year was any indication, the Pats will be ready to go and will be playing strong come playoff time.