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Sunday, December 16, 2018


Photo: Marc Smith/DiscoverMooseJaw
MOOSE JAW – The Regina Pats concluded the first half of the 2018-19 season with a 6-3 loss in Moose Jaw Saturday night.

The Pats got on the board early when Robbie Holmes snapped in his fifth of the year, 56 seconds into the first. The Warriors tied it up 23 seconds later thanks to Tristin Langan and it was 1-1. Moose Jaw added a powerplay goal late in the frame to take a 2-1 lead to the break.

In the second, Austin Pratt tied it for Regina on the five on three powerplay, his 13th of the year to make it 2-2. Moose Jaw responded with two goals in the span of 1:53 to lead 4-2. The Pats got it back to within a goal with nine seconds left in the period, Robbie Holmes his second of the night, sixth of the year and it was 4-3 Moose Jaw after two.

In the third, the Warriors scored two powerplay goals to make it 6-3 and that was the final score.

The Pats and Warriors were tied on the shot clock at 27. The Regina powerplay was 2/6 while the penalty kill went 4/7. Robbie Holmes led the offence with two goals and an assist, while Dean McNabb and Max Paddock combined to make 21 saves.

Quick Hits
- Robbie Holmes has two goals and two assists in his first three games since returning from injury.
- The Pats snapped an oh for 20 stretch on the powerplay with two goals in the second period on the man advantage.
- The Pats finish the first half of the season with a 9-24-0-1 record.

What’s Next? 
The Pats (9-24-0-1) are off for the Christmas break until Thursday, December 27 when they visit the Brandon Wheat Kings at 7 p.m. on 620 CKRM. Next home game is Friday December 28 against the Brandon Wheat Kings. Tickets are available at, the Brandt Centre Box Office and at any Regina Safeway, where Fun Zone tickets are $13 plus tax.

(Phil Andrew/

1 comment:

3RD and 1 said...

Not being an up front and die hard hockey fan. When I heard that Paddock had resigned as the Pats Head Coach. I figured this season was going to be a wash. Usually when a HC and GM resigns it’s because they know the team has run out of horses to contend with the big boys.
I was totally unaware that John Paddock had stayed on as the GM until I heard Rod say it on the Soirts Cage earlier in the week. Funny how all of a sudden, instantly like I’m doing a reverse thought process in my mind. Going from a depressing Doom and Gloom to a healthy step by step reload of the top gunners.
We all know how much of a difference one man can make things better.
Or, in the case of Canada and the USA; how much worse one man has made things.
The first week of December I’m thinking it’s going to take many years to get this team back to a level it was 2 seasons ago. Then with one sentence the whole outlook changed!
With John’s mind now totally focused on reloading the team. Not having to be behind the bench just about every night. The process will take far less time than it did when Paddock first appeared on the Scene.
I’m hoping the knowledgeable Pats fans can tell me I’m still mistaken and no where near what reality is. Or tell this football fan that his hockey thoughts are pretty close for someone with the hockey fan knowledge of a PeeWee fan.
Keep building John! Make the Pats the Stampeders of the DUB. (Took me half a year listening to the Cage as to what the heck the DUB was) Had stupid thoughts of things like A&W (dub) LOL