Realty One



Thursday, September 28, 2017


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REGINA - Tyler Steenbergen and Glenn Gawdin had two goals apiece as the Swift Current Broncos defeated the Regina Pats 5-3 on Wednesday in Western Hockey League play.

Colby Sissons scored the eventual winner for the Broncos (2-0-0) at 11:21 of the second period.

Matt Bradley struck twice for the Pats (1-2-0) and Bryce Platt chipped in as well.

Logan Flodell kicked out 34 shots for the Broncos. Max Paddock turned away 29 shots for Regina.

Swift Current was 3 for 5 on the power play and the Pats were 1 for 5.



Anonymous said...


Anonymous said...

Poor effort and poorer talent level. Defense needs a re-do quickly even with Mahura's intended return. Paddock had better get his butt in gear cause this isn't acceptable for a Memorial Cup team. Poor work ethic can't be fixed by returnees.

Anonymous said...

Go Warriors Go

Anonymous said...

Shouldn't be a suprise. This what happens when you trade your depth for a run at a championship.

Anonymous said...

Pats didn't have Steel, Leschyshyn, Mahura or their starting goaltender. Relax. Show me any other team in the league that is successful without two top six forwards, their top D and starting goalie.

Anonymous said...

^^^^^brain dead comment again.

They scored 2 goals 5 on 3

Missing a ton of players. Goalie actually played well I was impressed.

Honestly if you don't know anything about hockey just don't comment.

Anonymous said...

I refuse to panic until 5 full games have been played in a 72 game season.

Anonymous said...

Sure do miss William Weppler's post game analysis here. Hope he is well.

Anonymous said...

They are also without Nick Henry. Take a look at how Seattle fared in the early part of last season. The Pats will be fine.

Anonymous said...

Soon the crying towels will turn to MATTRESSES if the Pats lose a few to start the season . This city thinks they should win every game they play and that is all there is to it. By far the POOREST LOSING FANS in all of the WHL.

Anonymous said...

Don't get your panties in a bunch. It's just other teams fans commenting on here because they have no fan support in their cities, and no where to comment. Jealousy.

Much like the rest of the CFL fans commenting on Rods blog.

The real fans who were with the team before last year are not worried one bit.

Tim Wotherspoon said...

Being a Warrior fan the Pats will be fine. They are missing a significant part of their lineup! Should be a good grind between these two teams, MJ has the edge right now even when they get their players back.

william weppler said...

Managed to listen to last 2/3 of game on radio and obvious that main concern to date is Penalty Kill, or lack thereof. Young team taking rookie penalties and Team missing some fairly good players normally on the PK...this will be fixed in the near future by JP.
Also sounded like Paddock played a hell of a game and kept it close in the 1st 30 minutes...we ARE very solid in Net for sure.
Who is this Matt Bradley guy!!?? Reminds me of another 20 year old JP brought in to solidify the Steel line last season. If anyone doubts what JP has done/is doing then you better get off the wagon now.
With rumours of Jake, Steel, Mahura and Wagner coming back soon I am not at all worried at this stage of the season. The Memorial Cup run starts after the trade deadline this year anyways.