Realty One

Thursday, February 23, 2017

SASKATOON – The Regina Pats dominated their way to a 4-1 win in Saskatoon on Wednesday night over the Blades.  On the day they slipped to the #2-ranking in Canada, the Pats outshot the Blades 47-16.

Playing their sixth game in nine days (all in different cities), the Pats came out flying, outshooting Saskatoon 17-5 in the first, 18-4 in the second and 47-16 overall.

Adam Brooks had a goal and an assist to reach 100 points on the season.

Nick Henry also had a goal and a helper and Tyler Brown picked up his 26th win in goal, making 15 saves. The Pats were 3/7 on the powerplay and 3/4 on the penalty kill.

Quick Hits
- Adam Brooks two point night gives him 100 points on the season.
- The Pats improved to 4-0-1-0 against Saskatoon on the year.
- Cole Muir made his WHL debut in the victory.
- The attendance was 3782.

What’s Next?
The Pats return to home ice on Friday night against the Swift Current Broncos at 7 p.m. at the Brandt Centre. Tickets are available at or at the Brandt Centre Box Office.

(Courtesy Phil Andrews/


1 Erie Otters (43-10-2-1)
2 Regina Pats (43-9-6-1)
3 Saint John Sea Dogs (39-13-3-1)
4 London Knights (38-11-3-4)
5 Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds (39-15-2-1)
6 Shawinigan Cataractes (37-15-3-1)
7 Everett Silvertips (36-12-8-2)
8 Owen Sound Attack (38-15-1-2)
9 Medicine Hat Tigers (42-18-1-0)
10 Charlottetown Islanders (37-16-3-0)
  Honourable Mention:
  Seattle Thunderbirds (38-17-3-2)
  Blainville-Boisbriand Armada (36-15-4-2)
  Windsor Spitfires (35-13-5-3)


Anonymous said...

In the post-game interview, Adam Brooks stated that the team chemistry has been good since all of the trades, but if the team doesn't improve, it'll be an early playoff exit.

Anonymous said...

The champs didn't like getting dropped to #2 in all of Canada, and subsequently destroyed Blades on shots and scoreboard Wed night. Least the 3,700 fans showed up for once in Saskatoon though, take a bow on that.

Anonymous said...

Not worth writing about the Pats beating the Blades. Saskatoon has not had a decent team for so long it is pitiful and they should do themselves a favor and Saskatoon Fans and move elsewhere.

Anonymous said...

Good. The needed an easy game against the lowly Blades to get rolling again.

Go Pats Go!!

Anonymous said...

The Blades have been putrid for so many years I'm surprised they get that many.

Anonymous said...

Paddock put this team in a bind by completing trasde deadline with a forward short and defenceman heavy.

A playoff injury to any top six forward and the Pats are literally done.

Morgan said...

Well at least saskatoon is getting a Taco Bell... since they don't have a decent sports team in that city I feel like they are owed at least that...


Did you hear about Bonanza burning down? Pretty sad times... that place is a Pedersen favorite!

Anonymous said...

I attended the game in Saskatoon last night. I have not been to a game at the Sasktel Centre in about 16 years. After the recent talk of a new stadium in Stoon, I thought I took a close look at some things.

1) Location/Parking- Obviously it was never a perfect location for getting in and out. There was a serious accident on circle drive, which might my route an adventure. However, with only 3800 fans.....the post game exit was simple and quick.

2) Facility-The facility is still top rate for a City of Saskatoon's size. It has a big league feel to it with excellent sound, many concession stops, more then enough seating, space in the concourse.......etc. A new stadium would seem like a serious waste of money at this time. They have all they need for the Blades......and committing to a new rink for the Rush and Concerts seems silly.

3) Atmosphere- they sure turn the sound up to make up for the lack of people. I was impressed when Stoon scored the 4-1 goal that the diehard fans still made a significant cheer. If the scenario happens in Regina when the Pats are down 4-0 and score a late goal, the place would be quiet. I can see that the rink would be tons of fun when full for a Rush game. Too bad I can't commit money to watching lacrosse. I must admit that I enjoyed the game. Here is hoping to the Blades making the playoffs so I can go back in a months time.

Anonymous said...

Agreed, Saskatoon doesn't need a new hockey rink, paid for by Saskatoon taxpayers for at least 20 more years.