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Thursday, November 2, 2017

TITAN AUTO RECAP: PATS 5 ICE 1

Keith Hershmiller Photography
Regina – The Regina Pats won their 10th game of the season on Wednesday night, 5-1 over the Kootenay ICE at the Brandt Centre.

The ICE led 1-0 after the first on a goal from Alec Baer, but the Pats exploded for four in the second to take the lead for good.

Robbie Holmes got it started with his fourth of the year just over four minutes into the period. Forty-seven seconds later, Jake Leschyshyn put home a rebound for his fourth to give Regina their first lead. Leschyshyn would score again, his fifth, less than two minutes after that and the Pats went up by two. Koby Morrisseau rounded out the scoring in the second with his first in a Pats uniform and Regina took the three goal lead to the intermission.

In the final frame, Dawson Davidson would score on the powerplay, his third goal in as many games, making the game 5-1 and that was the final score.

Jake Leschyshyn, Robbie Holmes and Tanner Sidaway led the offence with two point nights, while Max Paddock made 22 saves.

The Pats outshot the ICE 42-23, the powerplay was one for four and the penalty kill two for two.

Quick Hits
- Koby Morrisseau scored his first goal with the Pats in the win.
- Robbie Holmes has three goals and an assist in two games vs Kootenay for the Pats.
- Sam Steel returned to the lineup after missing two games with an upper-body injury.

What’s Next?
The Pats are back in action on Friday night when they host the Red Deer Rebels at 7 p.m. at the Brandt Centre. Tickets are available at reginapats.com, the Brandt Centre Box office and at all Regina Safeway locations, Safeway Funzone tickets are just $13 plus tax.

(Phil Andrews/ReginaPats.com)

3 comments:

william weppler said...

Another night when 2ndary scoring gets the job done in what was total domination from the puck drop. The Ice forwards must have blocked as many shots as got thru in the 1st period but after that there seemed to be a different game plan for the Pats as they got some clear sightlines and ex-Pat Paddock didn't hold up very well.

While Steel may have been the best player on the ice he and his line mates didn't register a point although a few posts they did hit. In a waythat is good news as of late haven't relied on one line for scoring...unlike the Broncos who have a great record and scoring in bunches but shut down the top line and they are in trouble. Lots of time to rectify that though. The Broncos and the Warriors are the top teams in the East and will be tough for Pats to unseat them, but am sure they are up for the challenge.

Nice crowd last night for such ugly streets...good on ya Regiment!

Anonymous said...

Ex Pat Chapman?

william weppler said...

Oooops Yup - Chapman :))