Realty One

Friday, October 13, 2017

PRINCE ALBERT - Tyler Brown made 25 saves and Josh Mahura scored the game winner as the Pats beat the Raiders in Prince Albert, 2-1 in overtime on Friday night.

The game’s first goal came in the final minute of the second period when Emil Oksanen put home a rebound for his eighth of the year.

The Raiders would tie it up early in the third when Spencer Moe picked up his second of the season and that forced overtime.

In the extra frame, Josh Mahura buried his third goal of the season five-hole on Curtis Meger at 1:55 to give the Pats the extra point in a 2-1 final. Regina outshot Prince Albert 33-26, the powerplay was oh for four and the penalty kill three for three.

Matt Bradley led the offence with a two assist night while Sam Steel chipped in with a helper as well.

Quick Hits
- Matt Bradley extended his point streak to nine games, has eight goals and 10 assists in that stretch.
- The Pats penalty kill is 19 for its last 22 over the last four games (86.3%).
- The win was the first away from home for the Pats this season.

What’s Next?
The Pats will return to home ice on Sunday in a 4 o’clock puck drop against the Edmonton Oil Kings. Tickets are available at, the Brandt Centre Box office and at all Regina Safeway locations, Safeway Funzone tickets are just $13 plus tax.

(Phil Andrews/


william weppler said...

Good hard fought win tonight against a gritty Raider team. Both tenders kept their team in the game. I am sure JP will be talking to Steel and rest of 1st PP unit after this one. Lots of skill but just not smart play tonight. Bradley just keeps on stepping up as a 20 year old far easily the best player.
Now to get ready for the Kings Sunday...have to start playing tougher in our barn.

Anonymous said...

The pats are still terribly out of sync. They can't score much and when they do they can't defend much. Brown was better last night but the trick is can he do it two games in a row. They need an injection soon. Still all in all a lackadaisical effort.

Anonymous said...

A win is a win, but this years Pat team needs a lot of work.