Wednesday, October 24, 2012

REGINA  PATS  GET SHUT OUT
 OVER   KOOTENAY 3-0

Pats rookie goaltender Teagan Sacher faced 28 shots as he gets his first WHL shut out.


October 24, 2012

Parts taken from Regina Pats Web Site: Ten games ago, the Pats and Ice went head to head in their first meeting of 2012-13.  Though the Pats found a strong start, goaltender Mackenzie Skapski kept the Pats off the board and gave the Ice the opportunity for an eventual 4-1 win.  Sam Reinhart had two markers for Kootenay in the victory.  The Ice are coming off a pair of losses to Kamloops and Red Deer, while the Pats opened their four game road trip with a loss in Red Deer.  Tonight’s game can be heard on 620 CKRM with the Press Box Sports Bar Pre-Game Show beginning at 6:35.

By: Ron C. Johnston

To date the Regina Pats are becoming known as a team that wins or loses by a one-goal game.  They have only played in 13 games and already 10 of their games have been decided by just one goal. Winning 5 and losing 5, plus being in 3 overtime games winning 2.  
First Period: Regina Pats had three minutes of power play and made it work.  Morgan Klimchuk made a nice pass to the middle of the ice.  Lane Scheidl skated in and scored on a back hand shot at 12:03, also assisted by Kyle Burroughs.


Penalties: Regina - Dyson Stevenson (Major-Fighting); Kootenay - Joey Leach (Major-Fighting) 1:09; Regina - Trent Ouellette (Roughing); Kootenay - Spencer Wand (Major-Fighting) (Game Misconduct) 8:22

Score: Regina 1 - Kootenay 0; Shots: Kootenay 9 - Regina 5 

Second Period: Visiting Regina Pats go up 2-0.  A bouncing puck, Colten Mayor scores on a back hand shot at 2:48, assisted by Colton Jobke and Tye Hand. Near the end of the period Pats went up 3-0 as they had a 2 on 1 break. A cross pass by Emil Sylvegard to Scheidl, scored his second goal at 17:39, also assisted by Colton Mayor.

Penalties:  Kootenay - Jakub Prochazka (Hooking) 3:06; Regina - T. Hand (Interference) 6:36

Score: Regina 3 - Kootenay 0; Shots:  Kootenay 11 - Regina 9 

Third Period:  No Scoring

Penalties:  Kootenay - J. Boyd (Roughing) 0:23; Regina - E. Sylvegard (Hooking) 2:21; Regina - C. Williams (Cross Checking) 6:05

Score: Regina 3 - Kootenay 0; Shots: Kootenay 7 - Regina - 6

Tuesday, October 23, 2012

 Red Deer edges Pat 3-2

October 23, 2012

The Pats open up a four game road trip tonight in Red Deer, when they take on the Rebels, puck drop at the Enmax Centrium is 7:00pm.

The Pats and Rebels met once earlier this season in Regina with the Pats taking the first meeting on the strength of Chandler Stephenson’s goal with only a few seconds left on the clock to win 3-2.  Both penalty kills came up big with the Rebels fending off eight Pats advantages and the Pats killing six Rebel advantages.  The Pats come in after wrapping up their home stand with a loss while the Rebels come in having taken three of four points in a home and home with Kootenay.  Tonight’s game can be heard on 620 CKRM with the Press Box Sports Bar Pre-Game Show starting at 6:35.

by: Ron "Scoreboard" Johnston


First Period: Red Deer Rebels went up 1-0, just 1:15 into the period.  Charles Inglis parked in front of the net scored, assisted by Joel Hamilton and Tyson Ness.

Penalties: Red Deer - Jan Bittner (Hooking) 2:56; Regina - Matt Hewitt (Delay of Game) 5:10; Red Deer - Marc McCoy (Interference) 12:46; Regina - Luke Fenske (Unsportsmanlike) 19:33

Score: Red Deer 1 - Regina 0; Shots: Red Deer 13 - Regina 10

Second Period:  Once again Red Deer scored an early goal into the period.  Turner Elson  drop pass to Mathew Dumba who passed to Matt Bellerive.  Matt scores a power play goal to the top cross bar on the side post, just 49 seconds into the period. Just less then three minutes later, Regina Pats score, Colton shot from the point and Emil Slyvegard, park in front of the net scored on the rebound at 3:45, also assisted by Colten Mayor.  Five minutes later Red Deer goes up 3-1 as Charles Inglis scored his second goal at 8:43, assisted by Joe Hamilton and Hayden Fleury.  Near the end of the period Kade Pilton scored his first goal in the WHL, a rocket shot at 18:42, assisted by Dyson Stevenson and Luke Fenske to close the score.

Penalties:  Regina - G. Mumby (Tripping) 9:05; Regina - Cody Thiel (Interference) 12:42            
Score: Red Deer 3 - Regina 2; Shots: Red Deer 14 - Regina 8 

Third Period:   No scoring

Penalties:  Regina - K. Pilton (Slashing) 2:08; Regina - Trent Ouellette (10-Minute Misconduct), Red Deer - C. Inglis (10 Minute-Misconduct) 6:40; Red Deer - Brandon Underwood (Cross Checking) 20:00 



Friday, October 19, 2012

Pats Wrap Up Home Stand Against Americans

Pats face-off with the U.S. Division leading Tri-City Americans

October 19, 2012

Parts taken from the Regina Pats Web Site: It’s the Pats lone contest of the week as they welcome the U.S. Division leading Tri-City Americans.  The Pats have won both of their contests against U.S. Division opponents this season (4-3 Over Time vs. Portland, and 4-3 vs Everett).  Tri-City is in the midst of a six game Eastern Division road swing.  The Americans are 3-0-1-0 on the trip which concludes Saturday in Swift Current.  Last season, the Pats fell to the Americans 6-1 on the road.  Tonight’s game will be broadcast on 620 CKRM with the Press Box Sports Bar Pre-Game Show getting underway at 6:35 p.m.
by: Ron "Scoreboard" Johnston 

Regina Pats penalty killing plus goaltender Matt Hewitt's work, just was not enough, as they played against a strong team, the Americans who have not lost a game on their eastern trip.

First Period: It was the visitor Tri-City scoring first, as Zachery Yuen passed to Marcus Meissier parked in front of the net, scoring at 4:21.  Two quick goals close to end of the period by both teams.  Regina Pats Chandler Stephenson passed out in front of the net and Dyson Stevenson scored a power play goal at 19:31, also assisted by Morgan Klimchuk.  Tri-City Americans came right back 21 seconds laterIt was Meissier his second goal, as he skated up the right wing and scored at 19:52, assisted by Beau McCue. 

Penalties: Regina - Adam Rossignol (Hooking) 2:05; Regina - Lane Scheidl (Boarding) 8:24; Tri-City - Justin Feser (Checking from Behind); 13:28, Tri-City - Zachary Yuen (Cross Checking) 15:38; Tri-City - Malte Stromwall (Interference) 19:16 

Score: Tri-City 2, Regina 1; Shots: Regina 12, Tri-City 11

Second Period:  A wild period as four goals were scored, two by each team. Regina Pats tied the score at 2-2 on a turn over, the puck went off Ouellette's skate right onto his stick and scored unassisted at 10:21. A Regina Pats break down in front of their own net had Tri-City coming right back, just 32 second later as Malte Stromwall scored at 10:53, assisted by Brian Williams and Justin Feser. Regina came back as the puck bounced of several sticks before coming off Jack Roadwall's stick into the net at 14:37, assisted by Adam Rossignol and Emil Sylvegard.  With just 1:47 left in the period Tri-City went ahead as Philip Tot scored a rebound off Pat's goaltender Matt Hewitt's face mask at 18:13, assisted by Michal Plutnar.

Penalties: Tri-City - Tyson Dallman (Major-Fighting); Regina - Ty McLean (Major-Fighting) 3:24;  Regina - Colton Jobke (Tripping) 6:01; Regina - Luke Fenske (Hooking) 19:48 

Score:  Tri-City 4, Regina 3; Shots: Tri-City 18, Regina 4

Third Period: Two empty net goals late in the period by Tri-City.  A bad bounce caused the first,as Justin Feser scored at 19:10, assisted by Zachary.  The second by Philip Tot at 19:34

Penalties: Regina - Stephen Hak (Delay of Game) 1:03; Regina - Colton Jobke (Checking from Behind) 5:44; Tri-City - Jesse Mychan (Too many men) 6:51; Tri-City - Jesse Mychan (High Sticking) 12:11

Score: Tri-City 6, Regina 3; Shots: Tri-City 15, Regina 7

Next Game:  Tuesday, at Red Deer
BMO CELEBRATES CHL FANS ACROSS CANADA

BMO to hold BMO Ultimate Fan Appreciation Nights in 40 Canadian Hockey League arenas from October 23 to December 12 as part of year two of its four-year partnership with the Canadian Hockey League.

October 18, 2012



BMO Celebrates CHL Fans in Communities Across Canada and Launches Second Year of National Contest to Win Trip to 2013 MasterCard Memorial Cup
  • BMO to hold BMO Ultimate Fan Appreciation Nights in 40 Canadian Hockey League arenas from October 23 to December 12 as part of year two of its four-year partnership with the Canadian Hockey League
  • BMO’s Ultimate CHL Fan Contest will provide a lucky fan in the Ontario Hockey League (OHL), Western Hockey League (WHL) and Quebec Major Junior Hockey League (QMJHL) with a trip for two to the 2013 MasterCard Memorial Cup in Saskatoon
TORONTO, October 18, 2012 – In celebration of BMO Financial Group’s four-year partnership with the Canadian Hockey League (CHL) as the official bank of the CHL, BMO and the CHL today announced the launch of the BMO Ultimate CHL Fan Appreciation Night events, which will be held in the hometowns of 40 CHL teams.

Between October 23 and December 12, 2012, BMO will celebrate the millions of CHL fans across the country by inviting them to attend their local hockey games dressed up in their team’s colours, jerseys, and costumes for a chance to participate in the BMO Ultimate Fan Contest for a chance to win a trip for two to the 2013 MasterCard Memorial Cup in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan (May 24-26, 2013). In total, 40 BMO Ultimate CHL Fans will be crowned in their respective communities and each league in the CHL (OHL, WHL, and QMJHL) will have one BMO Ultimate Fan who will receive the grand prize.

“The overwhelming endorsement we received from fans of last year’s BMO Ultimate Fan Contest has shown us first hand how important CHL hockey is to local communities across Canada,” said Doug Stotz, Chief Marketing Officer, BMO Financial Group. “We are very excited to be able to build on this success and introduce the BMO Ultimate CHL Fan Appreciation Night to even more fans this year. These celebrations are an amazing opportunity for us to connect with CHL fans, and also give them a chance to attend the 2013 MasterCard Memorial Cup – one of the largest hockey events in the country.”
“This is the second season of the BMO Ultimate CHL Fan Contest and based on the response from last season this is a great opportunity for fans to show how much passion they have for hockey and their favourite CHL teams,” said CHL President David Branch. “The CHL is excited to host BMO Ultimate CHL Fan Contests in 40 of our Canadian communities this season, and we look forward to watching our most passionate fans in action as they compete for the opportunity to represent their favourite team at the 95th MasterCard Memorial Cup in Saskatoon.”

Kicking off in Red Deer, Swift Current and Victoria on October 23rd, the BMO Ultimate CHL Fan Appreciation Nights are centred on the BMO Ultimate Fan contest, which will take place at local games. The contest will be open to all attendees who have purchased a ticket to the game and are over the age of 13. During the first intermission fans will be encouraged to stand up and show their team spirit. Based on their originality, enthusiasm and creativity, three lucky fans will be selected to participate in a trivia contest – specific to their CHL team – which will take place on the players’ bench during the second intermission. The first person to answer three questions correctly will be declared the BMO Ultimate Fan for his/her particular team.

The person who wins will receive an autographed team jersey with BMO Ultimate Fan crested on the front, a $50 prepaid MasterCard, and gain entry into the grand prize draw for the trip for two to the 2013 MasterCard Memorial Cup in Saskatoon in May 2013.

The BMO Ultimate Fan Appreciation Night and local BMO Ultimate Fan contests will take place in Regina: Wednesday, November 7th.

Thursday, October 18, 2012

Regina Pats Acquire Two Players 
from Red Deer

F Colten Mayor and D Stephen Hak join the Pats in return for 2015 Bantam Draft Picks

Thursday, October 18, 2012
Regina, Saskatchewan – The Regina Pats have completed a trade with the Red Deer Rebels, acquiring forward Colten Mayor (’93) and defenceman Stephen Hak (’94) in return for a fourth round and conditional sixth round pick in the 2015 WHL Bantam Draft Picks.

Mayor (6’1”, 176 lbs) has three goals in eleven games with the Rebels this season.  In 2011-12, the St. Albert, Alberta product totaled 38 points (14 G, 24 A) in 52 games for Red Deer.  Mayor adds a veteran presence to the Pats lineup with 168 WHL games already under his belt.
Hak (6’1”, 187 lbs) has one full season of WHL experience that he brings to the Pats.  Last season, he dressed in 55 games while totaling six points and finishing the year as a +2 in the plus/minus category.  Prior to playing for the Rebels, the Winnipeg, Manitoba native skated for the Steinbach Pistons of the MJHL.

The Pats are in action Friday night against the Tri-City Americans.  It’s Hat Giveaway Night at the Brandt Centre where lucky fans will receive a Pats hat courtesy of Kewl Sports.  The Pats are also taking the evening to recognize the success of Regina’s football teams with “Friday Night Lights”.  For information on how your team can be involved, call the Pats Office at 522-PATS.  Individual tickets are still available through Ticketmaster.ca or by calling the box office at 543-7800.

Name:             Colten Mayor
DOB:               06-03-1993
Hometown:      St. Albert, AB
Position:          F
Height:            6’1”
Weight:           176 lbs


Year
Team
GP
G
A
Pts
PIM
2012-13
Red Deer Rebels
11
3
0
3
8
2011-12
Red Deer Rebels
52
14
24
38
62
2010-11
Red Deer Rebels
65
8
11
19
38
2009-10
Red Deer Rebels
40
2
3
5
16

Name:             Stephen Hak
DOB:               02-01-1994
Hometown:      Winnipeg, MB
Position:          D
Height:            6’1”
Weight:           187 lbs


Year
Team
GP
G
A
Pts
PIM
2012-13
Red Deer Rebels
1
0
0
0
2
2011-12
Red Deer Rebels
55
2
4
6
10
2010-11
Steinbach Pistons (MJHL)
61
3
6
9
2

Saturday, October 13, 2012

 PATS TWO QUICK GOALS

DOWNS EVERETTE 4-3


Second Overall NHL Draft Pick Ryan Murray -

makes a rare appearance at the Brandt Centre

October 13, 2012

Parts taken from the Regina Pats Web Site:  The Pats only face Ryan Murray  (White City, just east of Regina) and the Everett Silvertips once this season.  Last year, it was the Pats heading into Everett and coming out with a 5-2 victory on the strength of a four point night from Jordan Weal as well as a goal and an assist off the stick of Chandler Stephenson.  The Pats come into this evening’s matchup after an overtime loss to Swift Current.  Meanwhile, the Silvertips came up with a come from behind overtime win in Brandon.  Tonight’s game can be heard on 620 CKRM, starting at 6:35 p.m. with the Press Box Pre-Game Show.
 
Live on Access 7

The Pats and Silvertips will be televised live on Access 7 with the broadcast starting shortly before puck drop.

 by: Ron C. Johnston 

It is nice to near the voice of Al Dumba, Ex-Pat and CKRM Pats colorman on the Press Box Pre-Game.  To fast goals by the Pats in just over a minute in the third period cave them a come from behind 4-3 victory, another game decided by just one goal, Pats seventh in eleventh games.  It was Teagan Sacher's first WHL win. 

Attendance: 4101

Goaltenders: Everett - Daniel Cotton; Regina - Teagan Sacher 

First Period:  It only took Regina Pats 24 seconds  as Morgan Klimchuk scored, assisted by Kyle Burroughs and Colby Williams.  Everette cam back with a power play goal at 6:23.  It was Reid Petryk scoring a upper shot under the cross bar.  Sloppy play by the Pats in front of the net caused the Everette Silver Tips  to go up 2-1. The visitors Trent Lofthouse scored, unassisted  at 13:00. .

Penalties:  Everette - Lucas Grayson (Tripping) 2:19; Regina - Luke Fenske (Roughing) 4:57; Everette - Manraj Hayer (Tripping) 10:04; Everette - Mirco Mueller (Tripping) 16:49:


Score: Everette 2, Regina - 1; Shots: Everette 14 - Regina 9

Second Period:  Regina Pats had their chances to score as they got a 5 minute power play, but could not score.  Everette won the face-off by Ty Mappin and he passed the puck a cross the ice to Joshua Winquist who scored at 10:08, going up 3-1.  Five minutes later Luke Fenske, his first WHL goal scored.  A rebound, Luke drills it into the net at 14:56, assisted by Trent Ouellette and Lane Scheidl.

Penalties:  Everette - Lucas Grayson (Major - Checking to the Head) 5 mins. (Game Misconduct 10 mins.) 2:49
  
Score: Everette 3, Regina - 2; Shots: Regina 12 - Everette 6

Third Period:  Two quick goals near the fifteen minute mark of the period put Regina Pats up 4-3.  A cross way pass to Chandler Stephenson, drilled the puck into the net at 13:35, assisted by Lane Scheidl and Colby Williams.  Just over a minute later Dyson Stevenson took the puck out in front of the net and scored at 14:51, assisted by Lane Scheidl and Trent Ouellette.

Penalties: Regina - Kyle Burroughs (Boarding) 7:26; Everette - Zach McPee (Tripping) 12:36

Next Game:  Tri-City Americans - next Friday  

Friday, October 12, 2012

SWIFT CURRENT WINS

 3-2 IN OVERTIME


Pats Look to Extend Home Win Streak

October 12, 2012

Pats face off with Broncos for third time this season


Parts taken from the Regina Pats Web Site: The Pats and Broncos have already faced off twice in the young season.  The first meeting between the two featured a Pats comeback from three goals down and an eventual 4-3 overtime victory.  The second contest saw the Pats down two and nearly another comeback, but Swift Current goaltender Eetu Laurikainen came up large by stopping twelve Pat shots in the final frame to win 2-1.  The Pats come in after taking an exciting overtime game from Portland while the Broncos dropped their previous game, 2-1 to the Rebels. 

Lucky fans attending tonight’s game will receive a Regina Pats 2012-13 Calendar courtesy of Sasktel.

Tonight’s matchup can be heard on 620 CKRM, starting at 6:35 p.m. with the Press Box Pre-Game Show.

by: Ron "Scoreboard" Johnston

It was Swift Current's fifth overtime in just 9 games, while it was Regina Pats getting their sixth game decided by one goal in 10 games. 

In overtime, Swift Current should have had a penalty and seconds later Regina Pats get hurt, getting a penalty.

Goaltenders: Swift Current - Eetu Laurikainen; Regina - Matt Hewitt

First Period:  No Scoring.

Penalties: Regina - Ty McLean (Slashing) 14:48.            

Score: Swift Current - 0, Regina - 0; Shots: Swift Current - 8  Regina - 5

Second Period: Three Power Play goals: First was Regina Pats as they moved the puck around. Chandler Stephenson brings the puck in front of the net, scoring on a rebound at 5:52,  assisted by Lane Scheidl and Colton Jobke.  Then it was Swift Current as Graham Black on a screen hard shot, scored to the top corner of the net at 9:17, assisted by Colby Cave.  Just less then two minutes later Swift Current's Coda Gordon received a nice pass from Adam Lowry, tipping the puck in the net at 12:11, also assisted by Reece Scarlett.

Penalties: Swift Current - Ryon Mose (Holding) 1:48; Swift Current - Daniel Dale (Hooking) 5:13; Regina - Chandler Stephenson (Slashing) 9:34; Regina - Kade Pilton (Roughing) 11:33; Swift Current - Josh Derko (Tripping) 12:21; Swift Current - Colby Cave (Tripping) 14:04 

Score: Swift Current - 2, Regina - 1; Shots: Swift Current - 10, Regina - 10

Third Period: Regina Pats tied the score at 2-2. It was Chandler Stephenson passing a cross the ice, picks up his own pass and scored at 13:41, assisted by Luke Fenske and Dyson Stevenson.

Penalties: Swift Current - Graeme Craig (Roughing) 5:28; Tanner LeSann (Major-Fighting), Regina - Emil Sylvegard (Major-Fighting) 5:28; Swift Current - Reece Scarlett (Hooking) 6:30; Swift Current -Reece Scarlett (Roughing) 11:46; Regina - Trent Ouellette (Roughing) 11:46; Regina - Trent Ouellette (Elbowing) 14:23; Regina -Colton Jobke (Charging) 18:33

Score: Swift Current - 2, Regina - 2; Shots: Swift Current - 9, Regina - 7 


Over Time:  Coda Gordon scores on a power play goal at 4:06, assisted by Adam Lowry and Reece Scarlett.

Penalties:  Regina  - Kade Pilton (Roughing) 2:47      

Next Game: To-morrow night against Everett Silver Tips
REGINA PATS 

REASSIGN HAMBLIN


Pats reduce roster to seven defencemen

October 12, 2012

Regina, Saskatchewan – The Regina Pats Hockey Club has reassigned defenceman Cole Hamblin (’93) to Junior-A.

The 6’3”, 238 lbs. defenceman played in eight games for the Pats in the early season tallying one goal and one assist.
Hamblin, a native of St. Adolphe, Manitoba, played last season with the Selkirk Steelers where he totaled thirteen points in thirty games.

The Pats are in action tonight against the Swift Current Broncos at the Brandt Centre.  It’s Sasktel Calendar Night as lucky fans in attendance will receive a Pats 2012-13 Wall Calendar at the door. 

Tickets are available through Ticketmaster by visiting ticketmaster.ca or calling 543-7800.  For information on Group Ticket sales call the Pats Office at 522-PATS.

Name:             Cole Hamblin
DOB:               03-03-1993
Hometown:       St. Adolphe, MB
Position:          D
Height:            6’3”
Weight:           238 lbs


Year
Team
GP
G
A
Pts
PIM
2012-13
Regina Pats
8
1
1
2
4
2011-12
Selkirk Steelers
30
3
10
13
27
2011-12
Spokane Chiefs
7
0
1
1
2
2010-11
Spokane Chiefs
12
1
4
5
6

Thursday, October 11, 2012

Ex-Regina Pats - Greg Greenough

Inducted into the 

Alberta Sports Hall of Fame

 

Taken from the Alberta Sports Hall of Fame Web Site:

 

Categories: Builder, Multisport Year inducted:  2001 - City: Edmonton

 

Greg Greenough's: involvement with sports began in his youth with an active and successful hockey career, culminating with the Regina Pats of the Western Hockey League in the 1948-49 season and then the University of Saskatchewan Huskies. After taking up residency in Alberta, Greg Greenough's involvement in sport took on a facilitating role - one of providing opportunities for others to develop and excel.

Greg was instrumental in the development of Alberta's, and Canada's, first indoor track and field/multi-sport facility – Edmonton’s Kinsmen Field House. Greg also served for nine years on the Board of Directors for the community owned Edmonton Eskimo Football Club. Greg Greenough's involvement in the international sporting scene began in 1978 as Chairman of the Venue Division and Director of the Commonwealth Games Federation and has continued ever since. His role in international sport has seen him involved in a number of different sports.

In the Equestrian world, he has held many positions including President of the Alberta Equestrian Federation, Vice Chairman of the Finance Committee of the International Equestrian Federation and for seven years was President of the Canadian Equestrian Federation. He currently is Treasurer of the Canadian Olympic Association and Chair of the National Sport Centre Calgary. International Games involvement includes executive committee positions on the Winnipeg Pan American Games 1999 and the 2010 Vancouver Whistler Bid committees.

Tuesday, October 9, 2012

 PATS BEAT PORTLAND

 3-2 IN OVERTIME

Parts taken from the Regina Pats Web Site:  The Pats only see Winterhawks once a year, alternating home and way.  Last year's meetin in Portland went the way of the Hawks in a 5-2 Portland victory.  Both teams come into this evening's game having suffered defeats in their previous games.  On the ice tonight will be two NHL Draft first Round hopefuls with possible to pick Seth Jones suiting up for Portland and Morgan Klimchuk for the Pats.  Tonight's game can  be heard on 62 CKRM with the Press Box Pre-Game Show starting at 6:35  


by: Ron C. Johnston

After a terrible first period, Pats came back and Lane Scheidl's goal in overtime gives Pats a win. Trent Ouellette move into 6th place in the WHL scoring, in 9 games has 5 goals and 6 assists for 11 points.

First Period:  It was all Portland in the first half of the period as they out shot Regina 12-1, plus two posts, one a few second into the period.  With Pats penalty just over, Winterhawks scored.  It was Ty Rattie scoring at  13:32, assisted by Nicolas Petan and Brendan Leipsic. Although it was all Brandon in the opening period, a turn over at the blue gave Regina Pats Adam Rossignol a break-a-way and went in scoring on a back hand at 18:46. Pats were lucky to come out of the period at 1-1.

Penalties:  Regina - Luke Fenske (Hooking) 11:28: Regina - Colton Jobke (Holding) 20:00  

Score:   Regina - 1, Brandon 1; Shots: Brandon - 15, Regina - 2 


Second Period:  At the mid point, Portland's Ty Rattie had a break-a-way, only to have Regina Pats goaltender Matt Hewitt come up with the save. With Pats on the power play, there was only 2:21 left when a goal went under view.  It looked like Pats scored, but the net came off just before the goal entered. No goal.

Penalties: Portland - Derrick Pouliot (Interference) 5:12; Regina - Morgan Klimchuk (Tripping) 12:47; Portland - Joey Baker (Checking from Behind) 15:52; Portland Adam DeChamplain (Hooking) 18:24 

Score: Regina - 1, Brandon 1; Shots: Regina 12, Portland 11

Third Period: With the puck going around the boards, Trent Ouellette got the puck and went in and scored short handed at 15:38, assisted by Jobke.  All Portland players were caught up the ice. Just over one minute late Portland's Trevor Peter scored on a rocket shot to the upper net at 16:55, assisted by Preston Kopek and Troy Rutkowski.

Penalties: 

Score: Regina - 2, Portland 2; Shots: Regina 9, Portland 5  

Over Time: Pats Lane Scheidl scores on a shot from the point, at 4:28 to win 3-2, assisted by Trent Ouellette 

Penalties:  Regina - Cole Hamblin  (Too Many Men) 2:00   -  See Video High Lites



OBITURARY:

ED LITZENBERGER

15 July 1932 - 01 November 2010

A Professional Hockey Player: For twelve seasons (1952 to 1964), he played at the center and right-wing positions in the National Hockey League with the Montreal Canadiens, Chicago Black Hawks, Detroit Red Wings and Toronto Maple Leafs. He began his hockey career in 1949, with the Regina Pats junior club of the Western Hockey League, before making his NHL debut with the Canadiens during the 1952-1953 season; he appeared in 2 games with them.

He would spent the next two years alternating from the Canadiens to the Montreal Royals of the Quebec League, before being sent to the Black Hawks, where he experienced his breakout season 1954-1955; he was recipient of the Calder Memorial Trophy (1955), as he scored 23 goals with 28 assists, splitting playing time with Montreal and Chicago. Litzenberger produced three consecutive seasons, with 30-plus goals (1956-1957 with 32, 1957-1958 with 32 and 1958-1959 with 33), while achieving NHL All-Star status six-times during his career (1955, 1957 to 1959, 1962 to 1963). He captained the 1960-1961 Black Hawks' squad which featured Bobby Hull and Stan Mikita, who captured the Stanley Cup Title.

He concluded his NHL career as a part of the Maple Leaf dynasty teams during the 1960s; he played on three consecutive Toronto Stanley Cup championship teams (1962 to 1964). He extended his playing career an additional two years as a member of the Rochester Americans of the AHL (who won two consecutive Calder Cups 1965 and 1966), and Victoria Maple Leafs of the WHL before retiring in 1966. In 618 career regular season NHL games, he scored 178 goals with 238 assists.

Burial: Riverside Cemetery, Etobicoke, Ontario, Canada
OBITUARY:

 LESLIE ROY "LES CUNNINGHAM

04 October 1913 - 09 April 1933


Born in Calgary. Was the leading scorer for the Regina Pats en route to the 1933 memorial Cup, scoring four goals in four regular-season games and six goals in 15 playoff games.  Had the goal that forced three overtime sessions in Regina's controversial 2-1 loss against Newmarket that determined the Memorial Cup.

Was a high-scoring forward for American Hockey League's Cleveland Barons, winning the scoring title in 1941.  After he left the league, AHL's top player was awarded the Les Cunningham Trophy. AHL exploits earned him only two NHL stints.  In 1936-37 with New York Americans 23 games, in 1939-40 with Chicago Black
Hawks 37 games. with whom he totalled 7 goals and 19 assists.

Played only one NHL playoff game.

Burial: Burnsland Cemetery, Calgary, Alberta, Canada 
OBITUARY:

KEN EDWARD

 "CAGEY", "MIGHTY ATOM", "ROULEAU FLASH"

DORATY


Jun. 23, 1906 -04 May 1981

by: Ron C. Johnston
 




Professional Hockey Player. A native of Stittsville, Ontario, Doraty played the position of Right Wing for teams in the NHL, WCHL, PRHL, AHA, IHL, IAHL, PCHL, SAHA, RCSHL, RJRHL, and the WHL hockey leagues. At 5'07", and 133lbs, Doraty played for the Rouleau Athletic Club from 1921 to 1923, Regina Pats from 1923 to 1925, Portland Rosebuds from 1925 to 1926, Chicago Blackhawks from 1926 to 1927, Minneapolis Millers from 1926 to 1927, Kitchener Millionaires from 1927 to 1928, Toronto Millionaires from 1928 to 1929, Cleveland Indians from 1929 to 1932, Toronto Maple Leafs from 1932 to 1934, Syracuse Stars from 1932 to 1933, 1934 to 1936, Buffalo Bisons from 1933 to 1934, New Haven Eagles from 1934 to 1935, Cleveland Falcons from 1935 to 1936, Cleveland Barons from 1936 to 1937, Pittsburgh Hornets from 1936 to 1938, Detroit Red Wings from 1937 to 1938, and the Seattle Seahawks from 1938 to 1939.

"Cagie" Ken Doraty accomplished the rarest of all hat tricks in hockey history - three goals in one overtime.

How the heck did he manage to do that, you are probably asking yourself. Well its simple! On January 16, 1934 the Toronto Maple Leafs forward broke a 4-4 tie in regular season overtime against Ottawa to make the score 5-4. However the game didn't end because the NHL didn't use a sudden death format at that time. Instead they used a mandatory full 10 minute overtime. Doraty went on to add two more insurance goals to defeat the Ottawa Senators 7-4.

By this time Doraty was becoming a bit of an overtime hero of sorts. Less than a year earlier, during the playoffs on April 3, 1933, Doray scored after 104 minutes and 46 seconds of overtime as Toronto defeated Boston 1-0 in the playoffs. The game was the longest in history at that time and remains the second longest in NHL history.

After retiring from hockey, Doraty coached the Moose Jaw Canucks for three years, and lead them to a Memorial Cup, a win againt the Toronto St. Michael's Majors in 1947. Doraty later became a prominent businessman in Moose Jaw, owning a hotel and a billiard hall. He passed away there in May 1981 at the age of 74.


Burial: Rosedale Cemetery, Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan - (Photo of the entrance above left) Tombstone not available at present time: Block 20, Lot 38, Grave 8