Realty One

Saturday, November 17, 2018


Rik Fedyck/
VANCOUVER – The Regina Pats got three goals and an assist from Nick Henry in a 10-4 loss to the Vancouver Giants on Friday night.

The Giants scored the game’s first four goals before Nick Henry potted his ninth and it was 4-1 after one.

Henry added his second of the contest, 10th of the year, early in the frame while shorthanded and the Giants lead was cut to two. Vancouver responded with two from Milos Roman to lead 6-2 after 40 minutes.

The Giants got two more early in the third, and then Jake Leschyshyn picked the top corner on the powerplay for his 14th and the Pats trailed 8-3. After Vancouver got their ninth of the night, Henry completed his hat trick on a two on one rush, his 11th of the year and it was 9-4.

The Giants added another after that and took the two points in a 10-4 final.

The Pats were outshot 45-28, the powerplay was one for seven and the penalty kill five for eight with a shorthanded goal.

Nick Henry had a hat trick and an assist, Jake Leschyshyn put up three points and Max Paddock and Dean McNabb combined to make 35 saves.

Quick Hits
- Nick Henry recorded his second career WHL hat trick, his first since October 14 of 2016 against Kootenay.
- Jake Leschyshyn had a goal and two assists to extend his point streak to nine games, has nine goals and 8 assists in that stretch.
- Austin Pratt has points in five straight with three goals and four assists.

What’s Next?
The Pats are back in action on Saturday night on the road against the Victoria Royals at 9 p.m. Regina time on 620 CKRM. Next home game is Saturday, December 1 against the Prince Albert Raiders. Tickets are available at, the Brandt Centre Box Office and at any Regina Safeway, where Fun Zone tickets are $13 plus tax.

(Phil Andrews/

1 comment:

stickman said...

This team is self distructing as the season goes on.No talent at all and if not for Jake and Henry we would have almost zero goals.

Lack of scoring ability is and will be our downfall, sad to say a team with only two goal scorers.

This team has no disipline at all,stupid penalties,out of position time and time again and lack of effort is a prescription for disaster as we can see.

Time to trade Jake,Nick,Max and see if we can get some value for these guys and give them a chance on a team or teams that they can use there talents on.

Being a season ticket holder for years this is the first time our talent rate is well below average of a team rebuilding so find some average players,trade our three good ones and see what happens.

I have yet to see any improvement on this team from game one till now no excuses they are young etc.etc.etc.

It was easy for John Paddock to have a talented team in the past years so now let's see if he can do some magic and if this is all we got or will have this season Paddock has failed.