Realty One

Sunday, October 21, 2018


Keith Hershmiller Photography
REGINA – The Regina Pats fell 5-1 at home to the Everett Silvertips on Sunday afternoon at the Brandt Centre.

Nick Henry got the scoring started in the game for the Pats with his third of the year, a powerplay goal at 6:59 to make it 1-0. Sean Richards tied it up for Everett three minutes later and it was 1-1 after one.

In the second, Reece Vitelli tipped a point shot that went 30 feet in the air and dropped into the net behind Max Paddock and the Silvertips went ahead 2-1. Max Paddock made 17 saves after that in the period and the Pats trailed just 2-1 heading to the third.

Everett made it 3-1, 15 seconds into the frame and then at 6:19 picked up a powerplay goal to make it 4-1. The Pats surrendered an empty netter in the final minutes and fell in a final score of 5-1.

The Pats were outshot 32-21, the penalty kill was six for seven, the powerplay one for four and Max Paddock made 27 saves in the defeat.

Quick Hits
- Ryker Evans picked up his first career WHL point with an assist in the first period.
- Koby Morrisseau recorded his first assist of the season.
- The Pats have gone 11 for 13 on the penalty kill in the last two games.

What’s Next?
The Pats will wrap up their four-game home stand on Friday night against the Medicine Hat Tigers at 7 p.m. at the Brandt Centre. Tickets are available at, the Brandt Centre Box Office and at any Regina Safeway, where Fun Zone tickets are $13 plus tax.

(Phil Andrews/


Enigma said...

All season so far the Pats have taken too many lazy penalties. Finally the team is admitting it's a problem. maybe the first step to correction is admitting the problem exists. All to often it's the veteran players taking these penalties. There have to be consequences and it needs to be rooted out. This team is playing without structure and defence is optional. They look lost with bad changes and all. It appears they need some additional experience behind the bench to help out.

3RD and 1 said...

I’m not up on Junior Hockey. However it dosent take an avid fan to know this years Regina Pats are in big trouble. They seem to get a squeaker victory now and then. The rest of the games seem to be the Pats being blown out by their competition.
I can see why last years GM\HC John Paddock resigned. Johns parting words words ... "it's the right time" to walk away. I believe he did everything he could to get a Pats team performing at a high level in order to win a Memorial Cup. John came close but no cigar.