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Thursday, March 9, 2017

VIGR RECAP: PATS 4 BRONCOS 2

Darwin Knelsen/SwiftCurrentBroncos.com
SWIFT CURRENT - The Regina Pats reached 100 points in the standings on Wednesday night with a 4-2 win in Swift Current over the Broncos.

The two clubs were tied 1-1 after the first but in the second, Dawson Leedahl and Riley Krane scored to give Regina the two goal lead heading to the final period.

The Broncos got one back on the powerplay with just over three minutes left to make it 3-2.

However Wyatt Sloboshan would score into an empty net with 32 seconds left to give the Pats the victory.

The Broncos outshot the Pats 37-33 in the loss, Tyler Brown made 35 saves in the Regina goal, Taz Burman 29 for the Broncos.

The Pats powerplay was 0/2 while the penalty kill went 4/5. The Pats (46-12-7-1) are back in action on Friday night against the Moose Jaw Warriors. Puck drop at the Brandt Centre is at 7 p.m.

Quick Hits
- Riley Krane scored his first career WHL goal in the win.
- The Pats eclipsed the 100 point mark for the season.
- Adam Brooks had three assists, has three goals and seven assists in a four game point streak.

What’s Next?
The Pats are back in action on Friday night against the Moose Jaw Warriors. Puck drop at the Brandt Centre is at 7 p.m.  Tickets are available at reginapats.com or at the Brandt Centre Box Office.

(Courtesy Phil Andrews/ReginaPats.com)

17 comments:

Larry said...

Going to be a great home and home series with the Warriors this week-end!
Sellout crowds expected for both venue's.

Anonymous said...

Pats won so it's quiet around here as per usual :D I still don't get why so many guys hate on them, people forget that they're still kids too and should really lighten up a bit.

Anonymous said...

justice , MJ Warriors in top ten CHL, will pass Pats after weekend back to back sweep

Week 24
Rank: Team:
1 Saint John Sea Dogs (44-13-5-1)
2 Erie Otters (45-14-2-1)
3 Regina Pats (45-12-7-1)
4 London Knights (41-13-3-4)
5 Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds (43-15-3-1)
6 Charlottetown Islanders (43-16-3-0)
7 Medicine Hat Tigers (47-19-1-0)
8 Owen Sound Attack (42-15-2-2)
9 Rouyn-Noranda Huskies (40-15-2-5)
10 Moose Jaw Warriors (41-17-7-1)

Honourable mentions:
Lethbridge Hurricanes (42-17-4-3)
Windsor Spitfires (39-15-5-3)

Anonymous said...

Sadly people thrive on pointing out other's faults.

Congrats to Krane getting his first WHL goal. One upside of these young kids getting ice time because of the injuries, they'll gain valuable playoff exposure even before they're in the regular lineup.

Looking forward to a great home and home with Moose Jaw this weekend!

GO PATS

Anonymous said...

Token mention for he Warriors. Don't think they will be moving up the top 10 anymore. Rumour has it the CHL is embarrassed by there morally questionable logo.

Anonymous said...

I am offended.

The Pats won!
The Pats hit 100 points
Depth guys scored
Tyler Brown won a game

I am offended!

Anonymous said...

What's the status on zbrovsky
Got kneed in swift left the game.

Anonymous said...

To the absolute moron saying MJ will sweep the weekend series. This time we have both our goalies....not a 16 yr old who's playing his 3rd game ever in the WHL. Enjoy your top ten seed, next week you're back out after two thrashings at the hands of the Pats. You guys beat us a few times when we were at the end of road trips or missing half our key players. You are in for a rude awakening down the stretch pal.

Pon Jaddock

John Knight said...

Warriors is not an embarrassment. There were warriors in many cultures. Get over it

dom said...

And the morons have woken up!!

Anonymous said...

I said it before and I'll say it again, Saint. John Sea Dogs win the Memorial Cup this year. The rest who show up at the dance just pretenders.

Stuie

Willy said...

Anon .."To Absolute Moron"... Wow, you seem to know a lot more than others on here . Do you have a Crystal Ball that you look into to get all that information? Tell me then , "Will the Leafs win the Stanley Cup" ? Will the Riders win the Grey Cup"? We all know that Moose Jaw could get hot and win both games but more likely each team will win their home games . Should be interesting and both Barns will be packed to the Rafters. Look for some exciting, hard played hockey and believe me The Best Is Yet To Come. May the best team win and Good Luck to both.

Anonymous said...

Single seats only left folks. Get your tickets while u can. Or travel down to Moose Jaw, they never sell out, if your not offended by their logo.

GO PATS GO!

william weppler said...

A good win for the Pats and hopefully Sergey is all right.
Go Pats Go!

Anonymous said...

Travel down to Moose Jaw? Gross.

Kevin Stevenson said...

To Pon Jaddock: I was curious how accurate your comments were so I checked the stats on it. here's what I found; of the 6 games played so far between the Pats and Warriors Tyler Brown has started all 6, the Pats were on an Alberta road trip prior to one game and in the middle of a divisional road trip during the last loss. on average Brown faced 30.667 shots in the 6 games making an average of 27.167 saves for a save percentage of 0.883 and a GAA of 3.861. To compare The warriors were really only on a road trip before one of the games with 2 home and 2 away games in the week leading up. Sawchenko started all 6 games versus the Pats and faced an average of 41.667 shots averaging 38.167 saves for a 0.918 Save Percentage and a GAA of 3.497. Currently going into this weekends home and home the pats are riding a 2 game winning streak after going 5-4-1 in the last 10, the Warriors are on a 9 game win streak going 9-1-0. I would have to put my money on the Warriors in both games, however it will be two very good games as they have been all season. All that being said I think the stats I have presented show the warriors wins have not all been against depleted rosters on the end of long road tips with a Rookie Goaltender as you implied with your comments. (all statistic are calculated by me and open for recalculation if you have the time)

Anonymous said...

It was great to see the Pats come out of their 4 game losing streak with two solid wins on the road. With the playoffs less than two weeks away, this weekends home and home against Moose Jaw is going to be huge and hopefully a lot of fun!