Thursday, December 27, 2012


 HIGHWAY 1 RIVALS - MOOSE JAW 
VS. REGINA PATS
IN A HOME AND HOME GAME


The Pats and Warriors only met once in the first half of the season, setting the stage for the Highway 1 rivals to clash seven times in the second half.  The teams' first meeting resulted in a Pats 4-1 victory on home ice.  Morgan Klimchuk scored twice in that contest while Toronto Maple Leafs prospect Morgan Rielly scored the lone Warriors goal.  The Pats wrapped up their pre-Christmas schedule with a dramatic 3-2 road victory over Lethbridge.  Meanwhile, the Warriors fell 4-2 at the hands of the Brandon Wheat Kings and find themselves on a three game losing streak.  Tonight's game can be heard on 620 CKRM starting with the Press Box Sports Bar Pre-Game Show at 6:35 p.m.

What ever happened to those old Alumni games between Moose and Regina, I sure miss them. 

by Ron "Scoreboard" Johnston

First PeriodNo Scoring

Penalties: Regina - Darian Henry (Roughing) 6:27; Moose Jaw - Justin Kirsch (Hooking) 7:08; Moose Jaw - Kendall McFaull (Roughing); Regina - Dyson Stevenson (Roughing) 16:12; Regina - Kyle Burroughs (Hooking) 16:40; Regina - Moose Jaw - Tyler Beg (Major-Fighting); Regina - Dyson Stevenson (Major-Fighting) 5 min (Cross Checking) 2 min, 18:59 

Score: Regina 0 - Moose Jaw 0; Shots: Regina 12 - Moose Jaw 6 

Second Period: Regina Pats gave up two quick goals with in two minutes near the end of the period, had Moose Jaw up 2-0.  Both goals scored by Tannor Eberle, the first a power play as he took a hard shot from the point at 17:09, the second a bouncing puck, he skated around Darian Henry at 19:03, scoring under Matt Hewitts' arm, assisted by Bryson Gord and Spencer Morse.

Penalties: Moose Jaw - S. Fiorett (Kneeing) 3:51; Regina - Darian Henry (Delay of Game) 15;28

Score: Moose Jaw 2 - Regina 0; Shots: Moose Jaw 12 - Regina 6

Third Period:

Penalties:


 

Wednesday, December 26, 2012

It was 95 Years Ago Today 
REGINA PATS (PATRICIA) PLAYED 
THEIR FIRST EVER GAME

December 21, 2012 - Taken from Kevin Shaw's Web Site.

The Regina Pats (also know then as the Patricia) played their first ever hockey game, defeating the Regina Victorias 5-2.

Ron C. Johnston - Taken from the old Regina Morning Leader:  Note: Regina Patricia's goaltender Walter Broadfoot was only 15 years old.

The headline.


Here is the lineup from The Morning Leader.
Ron C. Johnston: The above is the starting line-up only: This is the complete line-up: Left Defence: Miller Hackney; Right Defence: Bill Broadfoot (Captain), other Defenceman - M.A. "Ma" Winghham, N.A. Drecher; Rover: Fred Harding; Centre: Frank Broadfoot, other Centre John Molisky; Left Wing: Landus Jospeh "Duke: Dutkowski, other Left Wing - Ernie Cameron; Right Wing: Bill "Willie" Molisky; Coach/Manager: Bill Lea


Here is the summary from The Morning Leader. 

First Period: Victoria - 2, Patricia - 1; Second Period: Patricia - 4, Victoria - 2; Final Score: Patricia 5, Victoria - 2


EX-REGINA PATS JORDAN EBERLE

#1 WORLD JUNIOR


In celebration of the 40th anniversary of the World Junior Championship, TSN polled 25 hockey experts to rank the Top 40 Canadian players in World Junior history. The panel of experts polled for TSN's Top 40 list include hockey broadcasters, writers, scouts, and executives that cover or are involved with the IIHF World Junior Championship (see below for complete list).

The Top 40


1. Jordan Eberle



 Year               GP    G    A    PTS

2009 6 6 7 13
2010        6 8 5 13
TOTAL 12 14 12 26
Honours: MVP, Best Forward,     2010)Finish: Gold (2009), Silver (2010)

Notes of Distinction: One of six Canadians to be named tournament MVP since honour introduced in 2005 … Led team in goals, points (2010) … Averaged 2.2 points per game, highest such mark for players with more than 10 games … Holds Canadian record for most career goals … Tied for second in career points behind Lindros … Earned points in all 12 career games – the longest career scoring streak in team history by five games … Scored 10 goals (including two shootout) in five games over two years vs. USA, Russia, Sweden … One of two Canadians with double-digit career games to average a goal per game (Carter).

To see the others: click -  

Sunday, December 16, 2012

Edmonton takes the Pats 7-1

Regina won all four meetings against the Champs last season. 
The Pats hope the trend continues

December 16, 2012 

It’s the first meeting of the season between the Pats and the 2012 WHL Champion Edmonton Oil Kings.  Regina found success against Edmonton last season, as they won  all four meetings between the teams.  Morgan Klimchuk totaled six points in the four meetings for the Pats while Michael St. Croix picked up six of his own for Edmonton.  The Pats come into this evening’s contest after a 2-0 loss at the hands of the Calgary Hitmen.  Meanwhile, the Oil Kings were 5-2 winners on home ice against the Victoria Royals.  Tonight’s game can be heard on 620 CKRM starting with the Press Box Sports Bar Pre-Game Show at 4:35 p.m. CST.

by: Ron "Scoreboard" Johnston 

Regina Northgate Mall area had a power failure for an hour, came on at 5:00 p.m. just in time to hear "Oh Canada" at the Edmonton game. Last night in Calgary it was another close game, 1-0 then an open net goal.  In Regina the same thing, it was Calgary 2-1, then two open net goals.

First Period:  No scoring -  Regina Pats had the best chance, short handed, had Morgan Klimchuk and Lane Scheidl.  Klimchuk made a nice pass to Scheidl only to have Edmonton's net minder Laurent Brossoit came up with a big save.

Penalties: Edmonton - Henrik Samuelsson (Slashing) 5:50;Edmonton - Brandon Baddock (High Sticking) 10:05; Regina  - (To Many Men) 10:59; Edmonton - Michael St. Croix (Interference on Goaltender) 11:12; Regina - Darian Henry (Cross Checking) 14:06

Score: Regina 0 - Edmonton 0; Shots: Edmonton 9 - Regina 6

Second Period:  A pass to the side of the net by Dyland Wruck had Michael St. Croix scoring at 7:20 on a power play goal, also assisted by T.J. Foster. Less then three minutes later Edmonton scored their second power play goal by T.J. Foster on a rebound at 9:54, assisted by Klarc Wilson and Stehane Legault.

Penalties: Regina - S. Hak (Roughing); Edmonton - Brandon Braddock (Roughing); Regina - Jack Rodewald (Roughing) 6:38; Regina - Griffin Mumby (Hooking) 8:17; Regina - Alex Theriau (Hooking) 18:37; Regina - Marc McCoy (Delay of Game) 19:58

Score: Edmonton 2 - Regina - 0; Shots: Edmonton 11 - Regina 8

Third Period: Edmonton goes up 3-0 on their third power play goal. Michael St. Croix at the side of the net scores as the puck just slides over the goal line behind Pats goaltender Mat Hewitt just 45 seconds into the period, assisted by Henrick Samuelsson and Dyland Wruck. Two more quick goals by Edmonton in a minute and 26 seconds.  the first had Kalarc Wilson. So much for all the goals. 

Penalties:



Saturday, December 15, 2012

Regina Pats Embark on Alberta Road Swing 
  Pats Lost 2-0 over Calgary

December 15, 2012

The Pats and Hitmen come together for their second meeting of the campaign.  Calgary took the teams’ previous contest in Regina 4-1, with two of the goals coming on an empty net.  The Pats visit the Scotiabank Saddledome for the first time this season, Regina won both games in Calgary last season.  Colten Mayor leads the Pats with a goal against the Hitmen as a member of the Red Deer Rebels while Brooks Macek tallied three points in Calgary’s win over the Pats in November. Tonight’s game can be heard on 620 CKRM starting with the Press Box Sports Bar Pre-Game Show at 6:35 p.m. MST

by: Ron "Scoreboard" Johnston

An Attendance  of  8,474 at the Scotia Bank Saddledome.  How many power play chances does the Regina Pats need (10 chances and they could not score)!  Tonight's game was the fourth shut out in arrow for the Pats - Saskatoon 9-0, 7-0; Prince Albert 3-0, and Calgary 2-0. 

First Period: Early in the period Calgary were all over the Pats as they passed the puck around.  Greg Chase was aloud to skate right in and scored on a screen shot at 1:26, assisted by Cody Sylvester.

Penalties: Regina -     (Kneeing) 3:24; Calgary - Brady Brassart (Inter. on Goaltender) 3:33; Calgary - Jake Virtanen (Hooking) 7:50; Calgary - Zane Jones (Hooking) 12:10; Regina - Colby Williams (Holding) 15:50; Calgary - Chase Lang (Tripping) 18:55; Regina - Marc McCoy (10-Minute Misconduct); Regina - Colby William (Major-Fighting); Calgary - Brenden Hurley (2- Minutes Instigator)(5-Minutes Major-Fighting)(10-Minutes Misconduct) 20:00

Score: Calgary 1 - Regina 0; Shots: Calgary 10 - Regina  4

Second Period:  No Scoring - To date 11 Power Plays, no goals.  Regina - 8, Calgary - 3 Chances

Penalties: Calgary - Peter Kosterman (Delay of Game) 1:18; Regina - Trent Ouellette (Inter. on Goaltender) 2:44; Calgary - Brooks Macek (Hooking) 7:07; Calgary - Spencer Humphries (Slashing) 15:32 

Score: Calgary 1 - Regina 0; Shots: Regina 8 - Calgary 5

Third Period:  Regina pats did every thing but score.  Just 48 seconds into the period, Calgary's Vertan had a break-a-way.  Matt Hewitt came out of the net hit a man, came back into the net and mad a big save.  In the last two minutes, Pats got a power play and later pull goaltender Matt Hewitt, but it back fired.  Calgary dumped the puck down the ice, it cam out from the back boards and Cody Sylvester scored with 41 seconds remaining.

Penalties:

Score: Calgary 2 - Regina 0; Shots: Calgary 15 - Regina 6

Video - Highlights

Thursday, December 13, 2012


PATS WIN 3-0 AS THEIR 7 GAME LOSING STREAK COMES TO AN END 

Marc McCoy and Darian Henry join the Pats' lineup as they take on Prince Albert 

December 13, 2012


Parts from the Regina Pats Web Site: The Pats and Raiders come together for their fourth meeting of the 2012-13 season.  With Prince Albert taking the previous two contests by 5-3 and 8-2 scores, the Pats sit 1-2-0-0 against PA this year.  Colten Mayor leads the Pats with four points (three of them goals) against the Raiders while Mike Winther and Anthony Bardaro each have five points against Regina.  The Pats look to break out of a seven game slump while the Raiders are coming off a 7-0 win over the Tigers.  Tonight’s game can be heard on 620 CKRM starting with the Press Box Sports Bar Pre-Game Show at 6:35 p.m.

by: Ron "Scoreboard" Johnston 

After 10 minutes, are we seeing a new Pats team, yes, it was a start of a great turn around.  No penalties, no score, shots even at 4-4. An attendance of 3,544 watched Regina Pats defeat 1st place Prince Albert 3-0 and Matt Hewitt gets his second shut out.

First Period: Both teams hit the post, but the visitors had a glorious chance with only two minutes remaining in the period as Josh Morrissey was stopped by Pats goaltender Matt Hewitt out of possession. When was the last time Pats came out of a period where both clubs had no penalties! 

Penalties:  No Penalties

Score: Prince Albert 0 - Regina 0; Shots: Prince Albert 10 - Regina 5 

Second Period: Regina Pats finally score. It was Morgan Klimchuk with a back hand pass to Lane Scheidl who hit the post and Trent Ouellete scored on the rebound at 14:30. Just over two minutes later Pats had a chance to go up, but Colten Mayor hit the post. 


Penalties: Prince Albert - Josh Morrissey (Hooking) 1:26; Prince Albert - Dakota Conroy (High Sticking) 8:35; Regina - Darian Henry (Roughing) 18:42 


Score: Regina 1 - Prince Albert 0; Shots: Regina 9 - Prince Albert 7 

Third Period: Regina Pats go up 2-0 as Morgan Klimchuk passed to Marc McCoy at the middle of the ice and scored at 2:09, also assisted by Lane Scheidl.  Pats went up 3-0! It was Adam Rossign scoring on a back hand shot at 8:28, assisted by Jack Rodewald and Colby Williams. 

Penalties: Prince Albert - Mike Winther (Slashing) 1:38;  Regina - Colten Mayor (Tripping) 14:47
 
Score:  Regina 3 - Prince Albert 0;Regina 9 - Prince Albert 6

Wednesday, December 12, 2012

Regina Pats Add Size to Blue-Line


Pats acquire eighteen year old defenceman Darian Henry from Calgary in return for a 2015 5th round Bantam Pick.

December 12, 2012


Regina, Saskatchewan – The Regina Pats Hockey Club has completed a trade with the Calgary Hitmen, acquiring eighteen year old defenceman Darian Henry in return for a 5th Round WHL Bantam Draft Pick in 2015.

The 6’4”, 185 lbs. defender suited up in 30 games for the Hitmen this season picking up six points (1G, 5A) and accumulating 77 penalty minutes.  Henry was originally selected in the seventh round (139th overall) of the 2009 WHL Bantam Draft by the Everett Silvertips.

Henry will join the Pats immediately and suit up for tomorrow’s game against the Prince Albert Raiders

Season                                                                      GP     G        A      PTS    +/-      PIM


2012-13 Regular Season - Calgary Hitmen    -                30        1        4         5        1         77    
2011-12 Regular Season - Everett Slivertips  -                 16        0        1         1       -2        28
Total:                                                                          46        1        5         6       -1       105

Individual tickets are still available for the game through ticketmaster.ca, calling 1-855-985-5000 or through the Box Office.  Group Tickets can be purchased by calling Matt at the Pats Office, 522-PATS.
Pats Acquire Two from Red Deer

Pats get forwards Filip Vasko and Marc McCoy for the rights to Dominik Volek

December 12, 2012


Regina, Saskatchewan – The Regina Pats Hockey Club has completed a trade with the Red Deer Rebels, acquiring forwards Marc McCoy (’94), Filip Vasko (’93) and a conditional draft pick in 2015 return for the rights to forward Dominik Volek.

McCoy brings 92 games of WHL experience to the Pats lineup and adds size to the forward ranks standing 6’2” and tipping the scales at 192 lbs.  This season, the Edmonton, Alberta product has six points (1G, 5A) in 28 games played.

In 23 games this season, Vasko features eleven points (4G, 7A).  Hailing from Humenne, Slovakia, the 5’11”, 175 lbs. forward played in 51 games last season as a rookie, totaling 12 points


Name:                   Marc McCoy
DOB:                     05-31-94
Hometown:             Edmonton, AB
Position:                F
Height:                  6’2”
Weight:                 192 lbs


Year
Team
GP
G
A
Pts
PIM
2012-13
Red Deer Rebels
28
1
5
6
31
2011-12
Red Deer Rebels
63
5
5
10
51

Name:                  Filip Vasko
DOB:                    12-10-93
Hometown:            Humenne, SVK
Position:                F
Height:                 5’11”
Weight:                172 lbs


Year
Team
GP
G
A
Pts
PIM
2012-13
Kelowna/Red Deer
23
4
7
11
8
2011-12
Kelowna Rockets
51
0
12
12
34

Monday, December 10, 2012

OH  WHERE OH WHERE

DID MY LITTLE DOG GO

OH WHERE 

 DID THE WINNING PATS GO!

 How many can remember that song of the Doggie?

9-0 and 7-0 - starting to remember the year 1976.  

The Regina Pats cannot even get the date right! 

How about Sunday, December 9th. !!

Maybe after Christmas things will get better.  

Sunday, December 9, 2012

NHL star Jordan Eberle presents signed jersey to his former elementary school in Regina

 

December 7, 2012

Jordan Eberle was all class while in class.


From Left to Right: Principal Blair Gullickson, Edmonton Oilers' Jordan Eberle and Regina Pats President Brent Parker were on hand at the W.S. Hawrylak School to present Eberle's former elementary school with an autographed jersey on Thursday, December 6, 2012 in Regina.

Photograph by: Troy Fleece, Regina Leader-Post

That is the fond recollection of Ronna Schweitzer, who taught the future Regina Pats and Edmonton Oilers star when he was in Grade 6 at W.S. Hawrylak School.

"He's just a fabulous hockey player and, on top of that, he was a fabulous kid,'' Schweitzer said Thursday morning after Eberle visited his former elementary school. "He was the top student in the class - just an all-around wonderful kid. He's one of the best kids I ever taught, if not the best.

"This is an honour.''

Eberle was honoured by the Pats on Wednesday night, when his No. 7 jersey was retired by the WHL team before its home game against the Red Deer Rebels. The following morning, Eberle and Pats president Brent Parker presented a framed jersey to the staff and students at Hawrylak.

After the presentation, Schweitzer sought out Eber-le and his mother, Lisa, and hugged them.
"I could hardly wait for this,'' Schweitzer said. "I was not going to miss it.''

Schweitzer spent the final seven years of her teaching career at Hawrylak before retiring - well, sort of - in 2006. She has continued to teach on a regular basis as a substitute. On Thursday morning, she got the good news - discovering that she would be subbing at Hawrylak.

"All night, I kept waking up, wondering if I'd get to go to Hawrylak,'' Schweitzer said.

She ended up teaching a kindergarten class on the school's second floor, just down the hall from the room (numbered 202) in which Eberle took Grade 6 classes.

All classrooms were empty when Eberle was the featured guest at a morning assembly in the gymnasium. Moreover, the bells were temporarily deactivated so as not to interrupt Eberle as he spoke to the students.
"This is a little different than I remember it,'' the 22-year-old Eberle, who is playing for the AHL's Oklahoma City Barons during the NHL lockout, told the enthusiastic gathering. "Eight years have gone by pretty quickly.

"I grew up just down the street, on Janzen Crescent. This place has always been close to my heart. My siblings also went here - my two sisters and my brother - and we all really enjoyed it.''

After a brief address, Eberle invited questions from the students. Immediately, dozens of hands shot up in the air.

Did you get a concussion?

"No, I haven't had a concussion ... thank you.''

What is your favourite muffin?

"Good question. I don't really eat muffins.''

What stadium do you play in?

"Rexall Place in Edmonton.''

What was your favourite toy as a kid?

"Mini-sticks. I used to play mini-sticks all the time with my younger brother. We used to drive our mom crazy because there were holes everywhere.''

How many goals did you score with the Pats?

"My GM (Parker, the Pats' former general manager) says 155. He knows better than I do.''

What's your favourite colour?

"Blue.''

How do you prepare for a game?

"We always have a morning skate. After that, I always eat chicken pasta with meat sauce. After that, I have a nap for two hours, and then I go to the rink. I always tape my stick the same way. Some people say I'm superstitious and some people say I'm crazy, but I do the same thing before every game.''
What city do you play in? "Right now, I play in Oklahoma. Once the NHL starts again, I'll be playing in Edmonton.''

What's your favourite team other than the Edmonton Oilers?

"Growing up, my favourite team was always the Oilers. My favourite team other than the Oilers? ... How about the Saskatchewan Roughriders.''

What is the most embarrassing song in your iPod?

"I got to meet Justin Bie-ber and he's a pretty cool kid. I've got a couple of his songs (on the iPod). He's pretty talented.''

How many years have you been playing hockey?

"I started skating when I was two years old. I've always loved it. I remember going to outdoor rinks just over here with my brother and my sisters and my teammates. With dedication and hard work, I got to where I am today.''

Eberle's dedication and hard work were also evident in the classroom.

Following the 2007-08 season - his second with the Pats - he was named the WHL's scholastic player of the year due to his accomplishments in Grade 12 at O'Neill High School.

Schweitzer, for one, was not the least bit surprised.

"When he went to school here, he was the hockey player on every team that he was on,'' she said. "That was his dream. But he was always such a bright boy that he could have done anything he wants. He was always the top kid in the room.''

And the top kid on a list of a different sort.

"It's an honour to say that I taught him and an honour to be here today,'' Schweitzer concluded.

"My favourite Facebook friend is Jordan Eberle.''

rvanstone@leaderpost.com

Saturday, December 8, 2012

Blades Thump Regina Pats 9-0!

The Blue and White look to stop their winless streak on the road

December 08, 2012

Parts taken from the Regina Pats Web Site:  The Pats and Blades go toe-to-toe for their third meeting of the season this evening.  The Blades lead the season series two games to none after 3-2 and 6-3 victories.  Morgan Klimchuk and Lane Scheidl are the top Pats in the season set with four points each.  At the other end of the ice, Shane McColgan has enjoyed his time playing the Pats with six points in the two games.  Coming into tonight’s game the Pats look to regroup after being heavily outscored in their previous two games.  The Blades hope to right the ship as they find themselves on a two game losing streak.  Tonight’s game can be heard on 620 CKRM starting with the Press Box Sports Bar Pre-Game Show at 6:35 p.m.

by: Ron "Scoreboard" Johnston 

Injuries have hurt the Pats.  One by one the boys are returning to the team that has had their ups and downs.  Hope fully the team will be back to normal by Christmas time.  Trent Ouellette and Emil Sylvegard got back into the lineup Wednesday night after missing fifteen games and four games respectively.  As they came back, Luke Fenske is injured, missing the Pats’ previous game with an upper body injury.

Goaltenders: Regina - Teagan Sacher; Saskatoon - Andrey Makarov    

Pats had better do something fast.  Last several games being out shot badly and no goal production from the players!
 
First Period: Once again Regina Pats are hurting themselves. Letting Saskatoon score two goals 19 seconds apart early in the game.  The first was a Pats turn over as Matej is aloud to skate in and score at 1:59, assisted by Brenden Walker.  Nick Zajac comes in and slapes the puck out of Regina Pats netminder Teagan Sacher's glove and scores at 2:18, assisted by Lukas Sutter and Brett Stovin.   Saskatoon went up 3-0 as Adam Kambeitz was left wide open in front of the net and scored on a rebound at 11:58, assisted by Stransky and Duncan Siemens. 

Penalties:   Saskatoon - J. Nicholls (Tripping) 8:18; Saskatoon - Graeme Craig (Charging) 12:06; Regina - Colby Williams (Interferance) 16:13

Score: Saskatoon 3 - Regina 0; Shots: Saskatoon 17 - Regina 4

Second Period: Dalton Thrower's first game back after being injuried, skates around both Pat Defenceman and scores unassited at 5:26.  Nathan Burns left wide open in front of net, scored on a rebound at 11:14, assisted by Josh nicholls and Ahane McCougan.  Regina Pats changed goaltenders as Matt Hewitt replaces Teagan Sacher.  It only took a little more then two minutes for the Blades to score on Hewitt.  Matej skated in front of the net and scored at 13:42, assisted by Brenden Walker.

Penalties: Saskatoon - Adam Kambeitz (Roughing) 1:55; Saskatoon - Nathan Burns (Roughing) 15:00 

Score: Saskatoon 6 - Regina 0; Shots: Saskatoon 11 - Regina 6

Third Period:  Saskatoon Nine - Regina Pats Nothing three minutes into the period. Sorry this is not a game, now to fights!


Video - For anyone wishing to watch the high lites!

  

Wednesday, December 5, 2012


 Rebels 5-1 on Jordan Eberle Night

Pats look to snap losing skid after raising number 7 to the rafters




December 05, 2012

Parts taken from the Regina Pats Web Site: For the third time this season, the Pats and Rebels match up against each other.  The clubs split the first two meetings of the season, Regina won at the Brandt Centre and the Rebels victorious at the Enmax Centrium.  Colton Jobke leads the Pats with three points against the Rebels this season.  At the other end of the ice, Charles Inglis led the Rebels with two goals against the Pats before being traded to Kamloops.  The Pats look to break out of a four game slide.  Meanwhile, the Rebels have been on a tear, they have won seven games in a row.  Tonight’s game can be heard on 620 CKRM starting with the Press Box Sports Bar Pre-Game Show at 6:35 p.m.

by: Ron "Scoreboard" Johnston 

The great, Jordan Eberle returns to the Regina Brandt Centre tonight to see his #7 jersey be retired to the rafters with the other Pat hero's.  Pre-Game ceremonies took twenty-five minutes including the lifting of his jersey to the rafters, followed by Jordan's speech. Official game face-off took place at 6:36


Photo: taken from Rod Pedersen's blog


First Period:  Red Deer scored first as Tyson Ness scored to the high corner cross bar at 4:15, assisted by Rhyse Dieno.  Pats tied the score as Colby William's skated across the blue line and pass to Adam Rossignol who tipped in the shot at 8:09, also assisted by Braden Christoffer.

Penalties:   Red Deer - Brandon Underwood (Slashing) 13:34; Regina - Kyle Burroughs (Hooking) 18:15

Score: Red Deer 1 - Regina 1; Shots: Red Deer 18 - Regina 4

Second Period: Red deer scored two goals to go up 3-1.  The first had Turner Elson passing the puck across the ice to Rhyse Dieno who tapped in the puck at 11:59. The second was a power play goal as Joel Hamilton received the puck off the back boards and had an open net as Pat's net minder Matt Hewitt was out of position.  The goal was scored at 15:03, assisted by Matt Dumba and Dieno.  

Penalties:  Regina - Stephen Hak (Holding) 14:48; Red Deer - Devan Fafard (Roughing); Regina - Colten Mayor - (Roughing) (Inter. on Goaltender) 19:55 

Score: Red Deer 3 - Regina 1; Shots: Red Deer 13 - Regina 9

Third Period:  Red Deer's Dieno picked up his fourth point as he was left alone in front of the net, scoring at 7:50, assisted by Turner Elson.  Dieno had a break-a-way and a chance for a hat trick only to be stopped by Matt Hewitt.  The Rebels went up 5-1 with only 30 seconds remaining in the game as Filip Vasko scored on a rebound, assisted by Matt Bellerive and Joel Hamilton.

Penalties:  Red Deer - Matt Dumba (Roughing) 11:29;  Red Deer - Matt Belerive (Interference) 14:32

Score: Red Deer 5 - Regina 1; Shots: Red Deer 18  - Regina 7

Video:  Highlights 

Saturday, December 1, 2012

SPOKANE DEFEATS 

REGINA PATS 6-5 IN OVERTIME


Pats play their first home game since November 10th

December 01, 2012
The Pats face their final Western Conference opponent of the 2012-13 season tonight, the Spokane Chiefs.  The teams came together once last season with the Pats on their November road trip.  Spokane took the contest in a high scoring 6-5 shootout affair.  Chandler Stephenson had a pair of goals in the loss while Blake Gal had a two point night for the Chiefs.  The Pats finished up a lengthy six game stint away from the Brandt Centre with a 5-3 loss against Prince Albert last night.  Meanwhile, Spokane started its long swing through the East Division with a dominant 7-2 victory over Swift Current.  Tonight’s game can be heard on 620 CKRM starting with the Press Box Sports Bar Pre-Game Show at 6:35 p.m. and will be televised on Access 7. 

by: Ron "Scoreboard" Johnston

When will Regina Pats learn that you cannot win a game in the penalty box or when the opponent has 50 or more shots.  Regina Pats once again for the second night were out shot 60-25.  

Regina Pats Morgan Klimchuk finished with a five point night.

First Period: Spokane took a 2-0 lead by the 8 minute mark.  Dylan Walchuck scored at 4:23, assisted by Brenden Kitchen and Mitch Holmberg.  Then it was Holmberg at 7:41, assisted by Walchuk.  Just less then five minutes later Regina got on the score board, as Colten Mayor scored at 12:35, assisted by Morgan Klimchuk.  Klimchuk tied the game at 2-2 at 19:14, assisted by Fenske.

Penalties:  Regina - Colby Williams (Hooking) 3:25; Spokane - Dylan Walchuk (Tripping) 11:52; Spokane - Carter Proft (Checking from Behind) 12:59 

Score: Spokane 2 - Regina 2; Shots: Spokane 16 - Regina 12

Second Period:  By the four minute mark, Regina Pats were up 4-2. Both clubs had chances early. First Lane Scheidl one minute in was stopped on a break-a-way, the Spokane hit the goal post.  It was Pats Morgan Klimchuk skating down the right boards, cutting towards the net and passing to Lane Scheidl in front of the net.  Scheidl scores on a power play goal at 2:09.  The second goal had Klimchuk back hand a pass from the right of the net to Scheidl  who scored from the left side of the net at 3:49.  Spokane made it 4-3 as Mike Aviani won the face-off, drop pass to Todd Fiddler who shot and scored at 8:53.  Pats came right back, Scheidl left of the net passed to Klimchuk right of the net and scored at 9:23.  Just less the five minutes later Spokane made it 5-4 as Reid Gow shot from the centre of the blue line and it changed direction at 14:36, assisted by Tyson Predinchuk and Riley Whittingham. 

Penalties: Spokane - J. Fram (Hooking) 1:36; Spokane - J. McIntosh (Elbowing) 3:41; Regina - K. Burroughs (Tripping) 11:25; Regina - S. Hak (Hooking) 14:57; Spokane - M. Aviani (Holding) 15:11; Spokane - T. Fiddler (Cross Checking) 19:27

Score: Regina 5 - Spokane 4; Shots: Spokane 21 - Regina 10

Third Period:   Spokane got away twice with too many men on the ice, just before they tied the score at 5-5.  A behind the net pass out to Carter Proft who scored at 6:59, assisted by Whittingham and Predinchuk.

Penalties:  Spokane - B. Kichton (Tripping) 7:19; Regina - Tye Hand (Tripping) 12:02

Score: Spokane 5 - Regina 5; Shots: Spokane 17 - Regina 3

Overtime:  The big hero was Pilot Butte's Tylor King, as he took a long slap shot from the blue line and scored at 3:46. 

Video:  To watch - click on video
 

Friday, November 30, 2012

Prince Albert 5-3 over Regina Pats

One more road test for the Pats before returning home Saturday

November 30, 2012

Parts taken from Regina Pats Web Site: The Pats may be done with their B.C. road swing, but there’s still one more road test before getting back on home ice.  The Blue and White head north to take on the East Division leading Prince Albert Raiders for the second time this season.  In the teams’ first meeting, the Pats rolled to a 4-1 victory.  Emil Sylvegard and Colton Jobke both had two-point nights while Sawyer Lange had the Raiders lone goal.  The Pats head into P.A. with a 2-1-0-2 record in their previous five road games while the Raiders dropped their previous decision, a 6-4 loss to Lethbridge on home ice.  Tonight’s game can be heard on 620 CKRM starting with the Press Box Sports Bar Pre-Game Show at 6:35 p.m. CST.

by: Ron "Scoreboard" Johnston

Even though the Regina Pats were out shot badly, they were able to keep in the game until the later part of the game.  Being out shot 53-14, tells the story.  

First PeriodAt the end of the period it was Prince Albert who out shot Regina 19-3, but it was the visiters scoring.  Pats Colten Mayor passed out front from behind the net to Alex Theriau, who scored on a power play goal at 16:05, also assisted by  Morgan Klimchuk.

Penalties:  Regina - Luke Fenske (Roughing), Pr. Albert - Carson Perreaux (Roughing) 2:06;  Pr. Albert - Riley Guenther (Interference) 7:26; Regina - Adam Rossignol (Hooking) 10:05; Pr. Albert - Carson Perreaux (Tripping) 13:34; Prince Albert - Anthony Bardaro (Delay of Game) 15:47;  Regina - Lane Scheidl (Holding), Regina - Alex Theriau (Holding) 19:42                                

Scores: Regina 1 - Pr. Albert 0; Shots: Pr. Albert 19 - Regina 3  

Second Period: Regina Pats got into penalty trouble, going down two men and it only took Prince Albert 34 seconds into the period to score. Mike Winther with a hard cannon shot, assisted by Mark McNeill and Sawyer Lange.  Anthoney Bardaro skated out in front of the net and scored a power play goal at 10:42, assisted by Dakota Conroy and Josh Morrissey.  Pats came right back and scored, Theriau's second power play goal at 12:04, assisted by Adam Brooks and Klimchuk.  Just over 4 minutes later Radiers went up 3-2 as Bardaro scored his second goal of the period at 16:12, assisted by Sawyer Lange.

Penalties:   Regina - B. Christoffer (Major-Fighting), Pr. Albert - H. Ruopp (Major-Fighting) 4:10; Regina - Morgan Klimchuk (Unsportsmanlike), Pr. Albert - J. Knutsen (Unsportsmanlike) 6:35;  Pr. Albert - J. Morrissey (Holding) 6:35; Regina - C. Mayor (Major-Fighting), Pr. Albert - S. Lange (Major-Fighting) 8:54; Regina - S. Hak (Roughing) 9:34; Pr. Albert - D. Vandan (Tripping) 11:54; Regina - K. Burroughs (Holding) 13:18.

Score: Pr. Albert 3 - Regina 2; Shots: Pr. Albert - 21, Regina  7

Third Period:   Regina Pats tied the score at 3-3 as Adam Brooks received a pass from Connor Gay and scored on a back hand shot at 5:27.  Once again Prince Albert  went up 4-3 as they won the face-off and Mike Winther scored at 13:51, assisted by Bardaro and Reid Gardiner.  It was all over for the Pats as the home town Raiders Leon Draisaitl scored on a bad angle at 17:21, assisted by Winther and mark McNeill.  

Penalties:  Regina - Lane Scheidl (Inter. on Goaltender) 15:09

Score: Pr. Albert 5 - Regina 3; Shots: Pr. Albert - 14, Regina 3