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Thursday, January 25, 2018


Keith Hershmiller Photography
Regina– Sam Steel put up five assists on Wednesday night as the Pats picked up a big 7-3 win over the Saskatoon Blades at the Brandt Centre.

Regina got goals from Josh Mahura (17) and Libor Hajek (9) to lead 2-1 after the first period.

In the second the Pats scored three straight off the stick of Nick Henry who picked up his eighth, then Jesse Gabrielle potted his sixth and Jared Legien his 18th to make it a 5-1 lead. Saskatoon got one back late in the second and another early in the third to draw within a pair but on the very next shift Cameron Hebig put home his 33rd and Regina led 6-3.

Hebig would add another shorthanded for his 34th to make it 7-3 and that was the final score.

Sam Steel led the offence with five assists while Josh Mahura had a goal and three helpers and Cameron Hebig chipped in with two goals and an assist.

The Pats outshot Saskatoon 45-29, the powerplay was three for six and the penalty kill six for seven.

Ryan Kubic made 26 saves to improve to 4-1-1-0 in his Regina career.

Quick Hits
- Sam Steel eclipsed the 300 point mark for his WHL career with his five assists. He sits 17th in all-time franchise scoring with 303 points.
- Jesse Gabrielle has goals in five consecutive games with six goals in that stretch.
- Cameron Hebig extended his point streak to four games with a three point night. He has three goals and five assists in the streak.

What’s Next?
The Pats (25-0-2) are back in action on Saturday afternoon in Swift Current against the Broncos at 2:30 p.m. Next home game is against Swift Current on Sunday at 4 p.m. Tickets are available at and the Brandt Centre Box office.

(Phil Andrews/


Anonymous said...

Home and home with Swift Current this weekend will speak volumes of this new look Pat's team.

Morgan said...

What a domination! It's good to be a Pata fan these days baby!!!

Anonymous said...

Saskatoon is awful! Might be the worst coached team in the WHL.

william weppler said...

The new Team is gelling better every game and JP's pickups are sure helping out on the offensive side. That being said the Blades don't rank up there with the Warriors and the Broncos I don't think. Those Teams are solid throughout their lineups and if Broncos have the speed of the Warriors then Pats going to be hard pressed to keep up with them with the current injury depleted lineup they are icing.

With the Saturday game on SportsNet West it will be a good forum for the Broncos and Pats to show their stuff so will be fun to watch. I am sure the game will be sold out and hopefully the Credit Union I-Plex will be rockin'!

The Regiment and the Pats Org showed a lot of class last night by thanking Davidson and Brown for their service with the Pats...great ovation for the guys.

Anonymous said...

Yeh, well Regina must be AWFUL also because they are only 6 points ahead of the Blades and Saskatoon has a game in hand. Also 2 Losses to Speedy Creek this week end will make a big difference.

Anonymous said...

True. And when your going up against one of the best coached the results speak for themselves.

Anonymous said...

Man, don't they print anything on here about thoughts on other teams or do you have to be a Regina fan to MAKE THE CUT? How Childish !

Anonymous said...

Very odd that it wasn't mentioned that Tyler Brown was in net for the Blades.

Anonymous said...

Should win the Memorial Cup now . LMAO

Anonymous said...

What’s Next?
The Pats (25-0-2). LOL

Anonymous said...

Blades have defeated the Pats in 3 out of 6 games this season, Blades are rebuilding and the Pats are hosting the Memorial Cup.
I'd be a little disappointed if I was a Pat ST holder, they will be ko'd in the MC and will be a punching bag for years to come.

Anonymous said...

Counting down the minutes for home and home where Swift Current will remind the Pats how far behind they truly are.

Anonymous said...

Lol. Lots of jealous haters on here from other towns. Too bad nobody hosted a blog in your towns, so you had somewhere to vent your anger and jealousy of the pats fan base other then here.

Does Saskatoon still have a team. All I hear about is the Rush.




Anonymous said...

swift current schooled pats in 2nd and 3rd period Saturday on national tv. Did the pats get 6 shots in the last two periods? hahahahhahaha