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

Friday, November 23, 2012

Regina Pats Conclude Road Trip in Kelowna

Pats take on Rockets with points in five straight games

November 23, 2012

Parts taken from Regina Pats Web Site - The Pats conclude their B.C. Division road trip with their yearly matchup with the Kelowna Rockets.  Last season’s contest saw the Rockets grab a 3-2 victory  in overtime at the Brandt Centre.  The Rockets’ Colten Martin had a goal and an assist in the win while Morgan Klimchuk picked up one of the Pats’ two goals.  The Pats head into Kelowna after a big win over Kamloops Wednesday while the Rockets have lost two in a row.  Tonight’s game can be heard on 620 CKRM starting with the Press Box Sports Bar Pre-Game Show at 8:35 p.m. CST.

The Pats play the final game of their tour through the B.C. Division tonight.  The annual swing during the Canadian Western Agribition in Regina started in Vancouver and Victoria before the second leg in Prince George, Kamloops and finally Kelowna.  The Pats have points in every game on the trip with a 2-0-0-2 record. Over this road trip, the Pats have been outshot 145-79 in four games, but have managed to win twice and force shootouts in the two losses.  The Pats have four goals later than the ten minute mark of the third period including a last minute tying goal, final minute game winning  goal and an overtime winner.

Wednesday, November 21, 2012

Regina Pats get a 2-1 victory in Overtime over Kamloops

Pats look to keep point streak rolling against Blazers

November 21, 2012

Regina Pats Web Site:  As with the rest of the teams the Pats face on their swing through B.C., this will be the lone meeting of the 2012-13 campaign between the Pats and Blazers.  Last season’s contest saw the Pats come out on top with an 8-4 victory at the Brandt Centre.  The Pats head into their matchup with the top team in the WHL with points in their last four games while the Blazers hold a 10-1-0-0 record on home ice.  Tonight’s game can be heard on 620 CKRM starting with the Press Box Sports Bar Pre-Game Show at 8:35 p.m.  CST

The Pats are into the final leg of their tour through the B.C. Division.  The annual swing during the Canadian Western Agribition in Regina started in Vancouver and Victoria before the second leg in Prince George, Kamloops and Kelowna.  The Pats sit 1-0-0-2 on the trip.

by: Ron "Scoreboard" Johnston

This will be the biggest test for the Pats yet, Kamloops  already has 39 points and are the top team in the WHL.  Regina Pats goaltender with 40 saves, was the big hero, while Lane Scheidl scored both Pat goals.

Goaltenders: Regina - Teagan Sacher; Kamloops - Taran Kozun

First Period:  No Scoring - Regina Pats had a 4 minute power play, only Morgan Klimchuk came close, hitting the outside of the goal post.

Penalties:  Regina - Lane Scheidl (Roughing), Kamloops - Tyler Hansen (Roughing) 6:02; Kamloops - Charles Inglis (Roughing) 2min. (Unsportsmanlike) 2 min. 6:35

Score: Regina 0 - Kamloops 0; Shots:  Kamloops 13 - Regina 3

Second Period:  No Scoring - Once again, Regina had a chance, a turn over at the mid point of the period.  Colton Mayor went in, took a back hand that went over the net.

Penalties: Regina - Colby Williams (Holding) 0:16; Regina - Tye Hand (Roughing), Kamloops - Matt Needham (Roughing) 8:32; Regina - Luke Fenske (Roughing) 13:54; Regina - Adam Rossignol (Kneeing) 17:49; Kamloops - Joe Kornelsen (Unsportmanlike) 19:54

Score: Regina 0 - Kamloops 0; Shots: Kamloops 10 - Regina 6

Third Period: Kamloops got on the score board first as Tim Bozon scored as Pats Thacker went down on a butter fly save, but the puck got by him at 6:25, assisted by J.C. Lipon and Jordan Thomson.  Just over 5 minutes later Regina Pats Lane Scheidl scored on Colby Williams rebound shot at 11:34, also assisted by Morgan Klimchuk.

Penalties:  Regina - Ty McLean (Interference) 4:30; Kamloops - Tyler Hansen (Roughing) 10:48
Score: Regina 1 - Kamloops 1; Shots: Kamloops 16 - Regina 3

Overtime:  Regina Pats Lane Scheidl gets the puck and both Kamloop defenceman fall at the Blazers blue line and goes in and takes a snap shot to the top corner at 2:07.

Score: Regina 2 - Kamloops 1; Shots:  Kamloops 2 - Regina 1


Greg Drinnan - Sports Editor, Kamloops Daily News:  Goaltender Teagan Sacher made 40 saves and Forward Lane Scheidl scored twice as the Regina Pats got past the Blazers, 2-1, in overtime. . . . Kamloops held a 41-13 edge in shots and, by the Blazers’ count, a 28-9 edge in scoring chances. .

Tuesday, November 20, 2012

Pats Lost in Shoot Out Prince George 4-3

With points in their last three the Pats face the struggling Cougars

November 20, 2012

The Pats play the third game of their five game trip in Prince George.  The Cougars took last year’s confrontation by a 2-0 score, Drew Owsley had the shutout for PG.   The Pats head into this evening’s contest with points in their last three games and just one point out of second in the East Division.  The Cougars, meanwhile, have lost seven in a row.  Tonight’s game can be heard on 620 CKRM starting with the Press Box Sports Bar Pre-Game Show at 8:35 p.m.  CST.
by: Ron "Scoreboard" Johnston 

Prince George have lost their last 6 games. Regina Pats out shot 25-8 at the end of the second period!

First Period:  At the eight minute mark Regina Pats went ahead 2-0 on their second and third shot of the period.  It was Dyson Stevenson winning the face-off, passing to Lance Scheidl who scored at 8:02.  Just 39 seconds later on a 2 0n 1 Scheidl scores his second goal, scoring on a wrist shot at 8:43, assisted by Morgan Klinchuk and Alex Theriau.     

Penalties:   Regina - S. Hak (Tripping) 6:16; Prince George - B. Morrion (Interference) 7:59
Score:  Regina - 2 Prince George 0; Shots: Prince George 12 Regina 5

Second Period:  With Brad Morrison parked in front of the net, tipped in Dalla Ehrhardt's pass high over Regina Pats goaltender Matt Hewitt at 9:49, also assisted by Alex Forsberg.  Alex Forsberg was awarded a penalty shot at 14:05 only to have the puck go off Hewitt's pad.   Pats went up 3-1 just seconds later when Morgan Klimchuk scored at 14:16, assisted by Emil Sylvegard and Alex Theriau.  Pats fell apart as the home club scored two goals to tie the score at 3-3.  The first just over a minute later as Carson Bolduc on a back hand to the top corner at 15:28, unassisted.  The Cougars tied it at 3-3 with only 25 seconds remaining in the period.

Penalties:  Regina - T. McLean (Tripping) 6:35; Regina - A. Rossignol (Delay of Game) 9:19 

Score: Regina 3 - Prince George 3; Shots: Prince George 13, Regina 3

Third Period:  No Scoring


Score: Regina 3 - Prince George 3; Shots: Prince George    , Regina

Over Time:  No Scoring   

Shut Out: 

Pr. George: Prochchiro (No), Slwak (Yes), Morrison (No), Bolduck (Yes)
Regina: Scheidl (Yes), Klimchuk (No), Stevenson (No), Williams (No) 

Regina Pats next game:  to-morrow night against Kamloops - they will have to play a lot better then they have been.  

Saturday, November 17, 2012

Pats Take Victoria 3-2

A big two points on the line as the Pats complete the first leg of their swing

 November 17, 2012

From Regina Pats Web Site:   
The Pats catch the ferry to visit the Royals for the first time since the team relocated to Victoria.  Regina’s last meeting with the Royals resulted in the Pats taking a 7-3 win on home ice.  Luke Fenske leads returning Pats against Victoria as he tallied four points in five games against the Royals last season.  The Pats come in after a hard fought shootout loss against Vancouver while the Royals rolled by Everett with a 4-0 victory.  Tonight’s game can be heard on 620 CKRM starting with the Press Box Sports Bar Pre-Game Show at 9:05 p.m. 

by: Ron "Scoreboard" Johnston

After last evenings game, Regina Pats goaltender Matt Hewitt is in 2nd. place in the save percentage with .923%.  First place is Mac Carruth, Portland Winterhawks, with .947%  also he is in first place with goal average. Morgan Klimchuk was the hero scoring with just 25 seconds left.

Goalies: Regina - Teagan Sacher; Victoria - Patrik Polivka

First Period:  No Scoring

Penalties: Regina - Colten Mayor (Slashing) 5:26; Keegan Kanzig (Elbowing) 8:03; Regina - Dyson Stevenson (Major-Fighting), Jordan Fransoo (Major-Fighting) 10:34; Victoria - Alex Gogolev (Slashing) 11:08; Regina - Colby Williams (Hooking) 14:23

Score: Regina 0 - Victoria 0; Shots: Victoria 8 - Regina 4

Second Period:  Tyler Stahl shot a hard shot and scored a power play goal at 2:17. It give the home team Victoria the lead, assisted by Logan Nelson and Alex Gogolev.  Then Regina Pats scored two goal with in just over four minutes.  The first had Colten Mayer taking a point shot that hit the top corner at 15:58, assisted by Luke Fenske and Kyle Burroughs. The second had Adam Rossignol jamming away in front of the net before scoring at 19:05, assisted by Jack Rodewald and Fenske

Penalties:    Regina - Luke Fenske (Holding) 0:45; Regina - Luke Fenske (Tripping) 7:26; Victoria - B. Fushimi (Holding) 13:58

Score: Regina 2 - Victoria 1; Shots: Victoria - 10  Regina -8

Third Period:  Victoria tied the score at 2-2. Jordan Fransoo scores on a rebound at 17:28, assisted by Austin Carroll and Ben Walker.  With only 25 seconds remaining in the period, Morgan Klimchuk did it all as the Regina Pat players were heading to the players bench. He was behind the net came out and scored off the goal post, assisted by Colby Williams and Luke Fense.

Penalties:  Regina - Dyson Sevenson (Slashing) 3:07; Regina - Colby Williams (Holding) 8:31 

Score: Regina 3 - Victoria 2; Shots: Victoria 16 - Regina 7


Pats next game: will be Tuesday at Prince George. 


Friday, November 16, 2012

 Vancouver win in Shoot Out

Pats and Giants go head to head on Sportsnet's Friday Night Hockey

November 16, 2012

Regina Pats Web Site: The Pats and Giants come together for their one and only meeting of 2012-13.  Last season’s match-up in Regina saw the Giants take a 4-1 victory over the Pats.  Regina comes into the contest having won three straight on home ice while dropping three in a row on the road.  The Giants come in after taking a 4-3 shootout win over Prince George.  Tonight’s game can be heard on 620 CKRM starting with the Press Box Sports Bar Pre-Game Show at 6:35 p.m.  The game will also be televised on Sportsnet.

by: Ron "Scoreboard" Johnston

The game went into a shut out as it took 8 shoots to decide. Vancouver's Foster scored and it was up to Sylvegard, but he lost the puck.

First Period:  Vancouver scores the first goal as Trevor Cheek took the rebound.  He skated down the middle of the ice and scored on a back hand at 16:01, assisted by Jackson Houck and Carter Popoff.  Regina Pats had a chance near the end of the period. With a 5 on 3 power play, Morgan Klimchuk hit the goal post.

Penalties: Regina - Braden Christoffer (Major-Fighting), Wes Vannieuwenhuizen (Major-Fighting) 2:19; Vancouver - Riley Kieser (Roughing) 12:45;  Regina - Dyson Stevenson (Major-Fighting), Jackson Houck (Major-Fighting) 17:01; Vancouver - Kale Kessy (Inter. on Goaltender) 17:37; Vancouver - Trevor Cheek (Check from Behind) 18:32

Score: Vancouver 1 - Regina 0; Shots: Vancouver 9 -  Regina 6 

Second Period: Vancouver Giants go up 2-0 as Kale Kessy skates down the wing and scores off the goal post at 4:42, assisted by Dalton Sward.  Regina Pats came right back and Morgan Klimchuk passed to Lane Scheidl who scored on a back hand shot at 11:24.  With only two minutes remaining Pats Morgan Klimchuk hits his second post of the game. This time it resulted in a goal.  Kyle Burroughs skates in and scores on his own rebound at 18:01. Kyle's first goal of the season.

Penalties:   Regina - Henry Hardarson (Roughing), Vancouver - Kale Kessy (Roughing) 10:43

Score: Regina 2 - Vancouver 2; Shots: Regina 10 - Vancouver 10

Third Period:  A bad turn over by Regina resulted in Vancouver Kale Kessy scoring a short handed goal at 7:16.  With just 54 seconds remaining in the period Morgan Klimchuk gets a pass from behind the net and secores to the tie the game and force overtime. Assisted by Lane Scheild and Dyson Stevenson.

Penalties:   Regina - A. Rossignol (Tripping) 2:23; Vancouver - T. Moar (Tripping) 5:26; Vancouver - K. Kessy (Unsportsmanlike) 7:16; Regina - C. Mayor (Boarding) 9:05; Vancouver - D. Sward (High Sticking) 15:58; Vancouver - W. Vannieuwenhuizen (Checking to the Head) 17:16      

Score: Regina 3 - Vancouver 3; Shots:  Regina 12 - Vancouver 9

Over Time:  No Scoring

Shut Out:

Vancouver: Check (Yes) Houck (No),  Popoff (No), Kessy (No), Kulak (No), Ast (No) Foster (Yes)

Regina: Scheidl (No), Klinchuk (Yes), Stevenson (No), Mayor (No) Brooks (No), Rossignol (No),  Sylvesgard (No)  


Thursday, November 15, 2012

                 Regina Pats Add Overage Defenceman

November 14, 2012

Former Tiger Alex Theriau will join the Pats Friday for Vancouver's game. 

Regina, Saskatchewan - The Regina Pats have acquired 20-year old defenceman Alex Theriau (6'1, 190 lbs).

A fourth round NHL Draft pick of the Dallas Stars in 2010 (109th overall), Theriau was released earlier this season by the Medicine Hat Tigers after an injury delayed his start to the season.

Theriau is entering his fifth season in the WHL.  He was selected in the 1st round (6th overall) in the 2007 Western Hockey League Bantam Draft.  During his five years in the league, Theriau spent time with the Lethbridge Hurricanes, Everett Silvertips and Medicine Hat Tigers before coming to the Pats.  In 251 career games, the Duncan, BC native has 9 goals and 53 assists and is a career plus 13.  (Photo: WHL - Medicine Hat Tigers - file)

“Alex is a big, strong, mobile defenceman who will add skill and experience to our back end,” says General Manager Chad Lang.  “With the injury to our Captain, Colton Jobke, we needed to add a player with the attributes Alex brings with his game.”

Theriau will join the Pats in Vancouer in time for their five game road trip through B.C., starting Friday against the Giants in a game that can be heard on 620 CKRM or viewed on Sportsnet with the game slated for 9:00 p.m. CST.

Name:             Alex Theriau
DOB:               02-14-92
Hometown:      Duncan, B.C.
Position:          D
Height:            6’1”
Weight:           190 lbs

Medicine Hat Tigers
Medicine Hat/Everett
Everett Silvertips

Saturday, November 10, 2012


Tonight makes the second meeting of the season between the Pats and Hurricanes.  It is Lethbridge's first visit to the Brandt Centre. In the previous meeting Lethbridge came out on top with a convincing 6-1 victory over Regina Pats.  Colten Mayor scored Pats alone goal while Jamal Watson had a pair of goals for the Hurricanes.   Tonight's game can be heard on 620 CKRM starting with the Press Box Sports Bar Pre-Game at 6:3t p.m.

by Ron "Scoreboard" Johnston

Penalties and not enough shots hurt the Pats last night at Saskatoon.  It will be the last home game before they take their western trip into British Columbia.

First Period:   No Scoring

Penalties:   Lethbridge - Albing Blomqvist (Roughing), Regina - Tye Hand (Roughing) 6:06; Regina - Adam Rossignol (Tripping) 8:36, Lethbridge - Brady Ramsay (Roughing) 12:10   

Score: Regina - 0 Lethbridge - 0; Shots: Regina - 8 Lethbridge 4

Second Period:   Regina Pats were the first to score with Dyson Stevenson at the right side of the net, tipped in Adam Brooks shot at 8:13, also assisted by Colten Mayor. Pats went up 2-0 on a power play when Colby Williams takes a snap shot to the goal and off Stevenson into the net, with Morgan Klimchuk assisting. Pats went up 3-0 as Stevenson was going to the net and scores his hat trick on Adam Brooks shot at 17:31, also assisted by Colten Mayor.    

Penalties:  Regina - B. Ortynski (Tripping) 3:33; Lethbridge - H. Harper (Unsportsmanlike Conduct) 10:29; Lethbtridge - J. Yakubowski (Check from Behind)((Major-Fighting), Regina - S. Hak (Instigator)(Major-Fighting) 11:35

Score: Regina 3 - Lethbridge - 0; Shots: Regina 13 - Lethbridge 9

Third Period:   Regina Pats go up 4-0, when Dyson Stevenson scored a rebound, back hand shot on Morgan Klimchuk's shot at 6:22, also assisted by  Sylvegard.

Penalties: Lethbridge - B. Ramsay (Slashing), Regina - C. Mayor (Slashing) 0:00; Lethbridge - B. Ramsay (Major-Fighting), Regina - B. Christoffer (Major-Fighting) 3:22; Lethbridge - D. Johnson (Check from Behind) 4:56; Regina - Morgan Klimchuk (Hooking) 6:35

Score: Regina 4 - Lethbridge - 0; Shots: Lethbridge - 19 - Regina 5

Friday, November 9, 2012

Pats LOST 6-3 in Saskatoon

This is the second meeting between the Pats and Blades.  Saskatoon opened the season series with a 3-2 victory at the Brandt Centre in a contest that saw the Pats put on a strong push late in the game, but failed just short. Lane Scheidl had two goals for the home-side Pats while Josh Nicholls tallied twice for the visiting Saskatoon Blades.  Matt Hewitt stopped 32 shots in the game while Andrey Makaroy turned away 12 in the final period.  The Pats head to Saskatoon after back-to-back three game victories over Prince Albert and Seattle. The Blades come into tonight's game with points in their last three games.  Tonight's game can be heard on 620 CKRM with the Press Box Sports Bar Pre-Game Show at 6:35 p.m.    

by: Ron C. Johnston

First Period: Regina Pats took the lead as Brandon Christoffer right corner pass to Adam Rossignol who open in front of the net.  Adam scored at 4:37, also assisted by Luke Fenske.  Saskatoon Blades tied the score on a turn over as Matthew Pufahl did an individual effort, skates from the left point, skates in and scores on a back hand shot at 9:20, assisted by Nick Zajac and Lukas Sutter.  Saskatoon took the lead 2-1 as Shane McColgan made a cross the ice pass to Josh Nichols.  Shane scored on a power play, also assisted by Matthew Pufahl     

Penalties:   Regina - Emil Sylvegard (Kneeing) 10:08; Regina - Kyle Burroughs (Roughing), Saskatoon - Matej Stransky (Roughing) 11:24; Regina - Branden Christopher (Instigator)(10-Minute Misconduct)(Major-Fighting), Saskatoon - Nathan Burns (Major-Fighting) 16:55; Regina - Kade Pilton (Instigator)(10-Minute Misconduct)(Major-Fighting), Saskatoon - Matt Revel (Major-Fighting) 17:56; Regina - Lane Scheidl (Roughing) 19:33                          

Score: Saskatoon 2 - Regina 1; Shots: Saskatoon 22 - Regina 8

Second Period: When on when will the Regina Pats learn that you cannot win a game from the penalty box.  Saskatoon early in the period went up 3-1 on a 5 on 3 power play.  It only took 9 seconds for Shane McColgan to score at 1:59, assisted by Mates Stransky and Pufal (His this point of the game).  The Blades went up 4-1 as Josh Nicholls scored at 4:05, assisted by McColgan and Stransky.  Saskatoon went up 5-1

Penalties: Regina - Luke Fenske (Roughing) 1:50; Saskatoon - M. Stransky (Roughing) 8:57; Saskatoon - B. Walker (Tripping) 11:25; Regina - L. Fenske (Interference) 13:49; Regina - D. Stevenson (Major-Fighting), Saskatoon - J. Astles (Roughing)(Major-Fighting) 16:20    

Score: Saskatoon 5 - Regina - 1; Shots: Saskatoon 14 - Regina - 6

Third Period: Regina scored two power play goals to make it 4-3.  Morgan Klimchuk scored at 8:51 off the goal post, assisted by Lane Scheidl and Colby Williams. Just less the three minutes later the same three, in order scored another power play goal at 11:46. Klimchuk, assisted by Scheidl and Williams

Penalties:  Regina - K. Burroughs (Major-Fighting), Saskatoon - G. Craigh (Major-Fighting) 2:09; Regina - Adam Brooks (Major-Fighting)(Game-Misconduct), Regina - Colton Jobke (Major-Fighting), Regina - C. Mayor (Roughing), Regina - G. Mumby (Roughing)(Major-Fighting), Saskatoon - J. Astles (Roughing)(10-Misconduct), Saskatoon - L. Sutter (Major-Fighting), Saskatoon - N. Zajac (Major-Fighting)(Game-Misconduct) 7:22; Saskatoon - R. Graham (Too Many Men) 9:43; Saskatoon - D. Dietz (Slashing) 10:46; Saskatoon - D. Siemans (Cross Checking) 11:46; Saskatoon - B. Walker (Checking to the Head) 14:17 

Score: Saskatoon 6 - Regina 3, Shots: Regina 9 - Saskatoon - 6 

VIDEO - Highlights: 

Wednesday, November 7, 2012


The Pats and Thunderbirds come together for their lone match-up of the 2012-13 season. Last year, the Pats travelled to Seattle and were handed a 5-2 defeat by the Thunderbirds. Chandler Stephenson scored both Pat goals in the loss while Brandon Troock matched with a pair for Seattle.  The Pats come into tonight's home game having snapped a four game winless slide by grabbing a victory over the division leading Prince Albert Raiders. The Thunderbirds are in the midst of an extended East Division road swing with a 1-2-0-0 record to date. You can listen to tonight's game on 620 CKRM with Press Box Sports Bar at Pre-Game show 6:35.

by: Ron "Scoreboard" Johnston

First Period: A low shot between the legs, had Adam Rossignol score on a rebound at 10:31, assisted by Jack Rodewald and Lane Scheidl.  Just over two minutes later the Pats went up 2-0 as Dyson Stevenson made across the ice pass to Colten Meyer.  Meyer scored off the cross bar at 12:49, also assisted by Adam Brooks.

Penalties:  Regina - Colby Williams (Holding) 1:12

Score: Regina 2 - Seattle 0; Shots: Seattle 15 - Regina 8

Second Period: REgina Pats got into penalty trouble as Seattle scored on two power play goals: Shea Theodore scored from the point at 1:51, assisted by Connor Honey and Alexander Delnov.  The second by Justin Hickman score at 5:33, assisted by Brendan Rouse and Jesse Forsberg.  Seattle had another chance at 6:57 when they had a 5 on 3 power play, but were not able to score.  Regina then came back and scored two goals, to take a 4-2 lead.  Luke Fenske a hard shot from the point off both goal posts at 11:53, assisted by Morgan Klimchuk and Adam Brooks.  Four minutes later on a power play, Lane scheidl scored on a quick tip in at 15:00, assisted by Klimchuk and Colton Jobke. 

Penalties:  Regina - E. Sylvegard (Tripping) 0:58; Regina - K. Pilton (Too Many Men) 3:58; Regina - T. McLean (Checking from Behind) 6:43; Regina - C. Williams (High Sticking) 6:57; Seattle - Tyson Green (Tripping) 13:34

Score: Regina 4 - Seattle 2; Shots: Seattle  22 - Regina  7

Third Period:  Regina Pats went up 5-2 as Lane Scheidl waited and waited, then sent a cross the ice pass to Morgan Klimchuk who tapped the puck at 13:05, also assisted by Emil Sylvergard.

Penalties:  Seattle - Connor Honey (Cross Checking) 15:48

Score: Regina 5 - Seattle 2; Shots: Seattle 8 - Regina 7

VIDEO - Highlights -

Saturday, November 3, 2012

Regina Upsets Prince Albert 4-1

The Pats and Raiders come together for the first of eight meetings during the 2012-13 season.  In their eight contests last season against Prince Albert, the Pats rolled out a 6-2-0-0 mark.  Lane Scheidl was the top Pat veteran last year with eleven points in eight games.  On the Prince Albert side of things, Mike Winther had nine points in seven games.  Coming into this evening’s matchup the Pats came up short against the Hitmen on the Pink Ice last night.  Meanwhile the Raiders grabbed a 3-2 win against Edmonton. 

by: Ron C. Johnston 

First Period: Emil Sylvegard scored for the Pats at 3:51, assisted by Lane Scheidl and Colton Jobke.Prince Albert tied the score as Sawyer Lange at 13:09.

Penalties:  Regina - Lane Scheidl (Boarding) 4:08; Regina - Colton Jobke (Interference) 7:09

Score: Regina 1 - Prince Albert 1; Shots: Prince Albert 14 - Regina 3

Second Period:   Regina Pats go up 2-1 as Colten Mayor scored at 6:54, assisted by Colten Jobke and Kyle Burroughs

Penalties:  Prince Albert - H. Ruopp (Holding) 3:10; Prince Albert - S. Danyluk (Roughing), (10-Minute Misconduct), Regina - J. Knutsen (Roughing), (10-Misconduct) 15:06; Prince Albert -  L. McVeigh (Major-Fighting), Regina - K. Burroughs (Major-Fighing), Regina - B. Christopher (roughing),  Regina - (10-Minute Misconduct), Regina - T. Hand (Roughing), T. Hand (10-Misconduct), 15:06; Prince Albert - M. Winther (Roughing) 19:21

Score: Regina 2 - Prince Albert 1; Shots: Prince Albert 14 - Regina 12

Third Period:  Two quick goals early in the period has Regina Pats up 4-1.  Dyson Stevenson on a power play at 1:06, assisted by Morgan Klimchuk and Emil Sylvegard.  Then less then a minute later Jack Rodewald scored at 1:42, assisted by Adam Rossignol.   

Penalties:  Prince Albert - J. Morrissey (Major-Fighting), Prince Albert - H. Ruopp (Roughing), Regina - C. Mayor (Major-Fighting) 15:33

Score: Regina 4 - Prince Albert 1; Shots: Regina 12 - Prince Albert 9

Friday, November 2, 2012

CALGARY 4 - REGINA 1 - on 


November 02, 2012

From the Regina Pats Web Site: One dollar from every walk-up ticket goes to the Canadian Cancer Society for Breast Cancer Research.

The Pats host the Hitmen at the Brandt Centre for the first time of the 2012-13 campaign.  The Blue and White held a 2-2-0-0 record against Calgary last season.  Lane Scheidl and Dyson Stevenson led current Pats in scoring against the Hitmen with three points each.  Victor Rask was the top Calgary scorer against Regina with five points in four games.  Both teams head into tonight’s contest trying to break out of three game losing streaks.  You can listen to tonight’s game on 620 CKRM with the Press Box Sports Bar Pre-Game Show starting at 6:35.

By: Ron C. Johnston

Pats were down 2-1 with one minute remaining, then Brooks Mack scores two empty net goals.

First Period: What started in the Calgary Blue Line, resulted in Carson Samoridny scoring a back hand shot  that went off Pat Morgan Klimchuk's skate at 14:49, assisted by Cody Sylvester and Brooks Macer.

Penalties:  Calgary - Zane Jones (Tripping) 8:37                    

Score: Calgary 1 - Regina 0; Shots: Calgary 15 - Regina 11

Second Period: Calgary went up 2-0 on a power play. Hitmen's Spencer Humphries was open at the point, shot and scored at 16:01, assisted by Samoridy and Joey Kornelsen.  Just over a minute later the Regina Pats fourth line scored.  A pass by Adam Brooks to the front of the net and Kade Pilton scored at 17:10

Penalties:  Calgary - Spencer Humphries (Interference) 6:34; Regina - Harry Hardarson (Roughing) 14:53.   Regina - Kade Pilton (Roughing), Daine Henry (Roughing) 20:00      

Score: Calgary 2 - Regina 1; Shots: Calgary 8 - Regina 7

Third Period: It was Calgary 2-1 until the last minute of the period. Then it was Brooks Macek scoring two empty net goals. The first at 19:00 and the with 4.8 seconds remaining.

Penalties:  Calgary - Darian Henry (High Sticking) 7:09; Calgary - Darian Henry (Tripping) 11:01; Calgary - B. Hurley (Major-Fighting), Regina - Coltin Jobke (Major-Fighting) 

Score: Calgary 4 - Regina - 1, Shots: Regina 13 - Calgary 8 

Video of the game:

Thursday, November 1, 2012

 to Undergo Cancer Treatment

November 01, 2012

The thoughts and prayers of the entire Pats organization are with Brandon Davidson and his family at this time

Regina, Saskatchewan – The Edmonton Oilers have announced former Regina Pats Captain, Brandon Davidson has been diagnosed with testicular cancer.

“All the characteristics that Brandon showed while he was here as our captain is why we all have faith he will overcome this battle,” says Pats President Brent Parker.  “I know first-hand some of the challenges Bandon will face, but knowing his character he will meet them head on as he has always done. The thoughts and prayers of our entire organization are with Brandon and his family at this time.”

Davidson will undergo immediate treatment at The Peggy and Charles Stephenson Cancer Center on the University of Oklahoma Health Science Center campus in downtown Oklahoma City. The Oklahoma City Barons and Edmonton Oilers ask that Davidson’s privacy be respected at this time. The club will provide updates regarding his health as they become available.