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Tuesday, October 13, 2015

Pats - Tigers Game Day Preview

The Regina Pats (3-3-0-0) kick off a five game road trip through the Central Division tonight in Medicine Hat against the Tigers (2-3-1-0). The Pats have won two in a row coming in, 5-3 over Edmonton on Sunday and 6-5 in overtime against Vancouver on Friday. The Tigers have lost three straight, most recently 7-0 in Lethbridge on Friday. Puck drop is at 7 o’clock with the pre-game at 6:35 on 620 CKRM. 

Team Comparison
Medicine Hat
Goals For/Against
15/22 (-7)
18/28 (-10)
10.3% (3/29)
17.9 % (5/28)
Penalty Kill
70.6% (24/34)
76.5% (26/34)
Team Save Percentage
Leading Scorer
Zablocki/Brooks (6 pts)
Cole Sanford (3-6-9)
Leading Scorer (Defence)
Sergey Zborovskiy (2-2-4)
David Quenneville (2-2-4)
Scoring by Period (1st-2nd-3rd-OT)
Average Age
17.96 yrs
18.20 yrs

The Lead Up
The Regina Pats scored four times in the second period to erase a 3-1 deficit on Sunday and beat the Edmonton Oil Kings 5-3 at the Brandt Centre. Adam Brooks led the way with 2 goals and a four point night. Lane Zablocki chipped in with two goals and a helper as well.

The Medicine Hat Tigers were last in action on Friday when they lost in Lethbridge to the Hurricanes 7-0. That marked the clubs 3rd straight loss.  

Brooks & Zablocki Lead the Way
19-year-old forward Adam Brooks had far and away his best game of the season on Sunday against Edmonton. The Winnipeg product finished with a four point night. A goal shorthanded and on the powerplay and then assisted on another powerplay goal. He is now tied for the team lead with 6 points along with Lane Zablocki. Zablocki recorded his first multi-point game of his WHL career on Sunday with 2 goals and an assist.

Special Teams Turns a Corner
After a dismal start to the year the Pats powerplay finally clicked on Sunday, scoring twice. That doubled the teams output in their previous 5 games on the man advantage. The penalty was also strong going 5 for 6 and scoring shorthanded for the first time.

Upcoming Schedule
Pats @ Lethbridge – October 14, 7:00 PM – Enmax Centre (CKRM)
Pats @ Edmonton – October 16, 7:00 PM- Rexall Place (CKRM)\
Pats @ Calgary – October 18, 4:00 PM – Scotiabank Saddledome (CKRM)

Monday, October 12, 2015


The Regina Pat Canadians hosted the Saskatoon Blazers in Midget AAA game action on Monday, October 12, 2015 and came away with a 5 – 2 victory. Ty Barnstable and Turner Ripplinger led the way with three points each


The goals scorers for the Pat Canadians were Turner Ripplinger with 2 goals and an assist,with Ty Barnstable scoring 1 goal with two assists, and other goal scorers were Lukas Sillinger and Mark Edmands.


Curtis Meger stopped 21 of 23 shotes shots directed his way for the victory.  


Mathew Henry stopped 37 of 42 shots in the loss.  


Scoring for the Blazers was Rylan Nivon and Jake Chartier.


The next home game for the Regina Pat Canadians is Thursday, October 15, 2015  at 7:30 pm vs the Notre Dame Hounds/


Then on the weekend Saturday / Sunday, the Pat Canadians travel to Beardys and Pa Mintos.  

Sunday, October 11, 2015

Rockstar by Royal LePage Recap: THUNDER 29 HUSKIES 6

Victor St. Pierre-Lavoilette rushed for 216 yards and three touchdowns to lead the Regina Thunder to a 29-6 victory over the Edmonton Huskies at a windy Mosaic Stadium Sunday afternoon.  With the win, the Thunder finished the regular season at 6-2 and will now host the Calgary Colts in a PFC semifinal.

The Thunder led 10-6 at halftime and 24-6 going into the fourth quarter.  The wind, which gusted to 93 km/h at times, forced the Thunder to use a ground attack as they piled up 300 yards rushing on the day versus only 113 in the air.

Kickers Kristopher Calcutt of Regina and Edmonton's Cole Sabourin each chipped in with a pair of field goals in the regular season finale.  With the loss, the Huskies finished the 2015 regular season at 1-7.

The Thunder will now host the Calgary Colts in a PFC semifinal next Sunday, October 18 at 1:00 pm.  The game can be seen live on Access 7.


The Regina Pats wrapped up a five game home stand on Sunday afternoon against the Edmonton Oil Kings at the Brandt Centre. The Pats were coming off a 6-5 OT win over Vancouver on Friday where they scored twice in the final three minutes before Adam Brooks won the game in the extra frame. The Oil Kings were riding a three game winning streak heading into Sunday, most recently winning in Brandon Saturday night 4-3 in a shootout. Here are the lineups for the game with the starters highlighted.

Pats                                                                     Oil Kings
Macklin-Steel-Zablocki                                         Meyer-Bauer-Pollock
Cole-Brooks-Wagner                                         Koep-Robertson-Bertolucci
Woods-Leschyshyn-Smith                                    Klatt-Baddock-Kehler
Many Guns-McAmmond-Kroeker                        Mohr-Magnes-Gable

Harrison-Hobbs                                                 Carroll-Yewchuk
Hilsendager-Zborovskiy                                        Elizarov-Mayo
Knyzhov-Pouteau                                                 Patterson-Irving

Wapple                                                               Dillon
Brown                                                                  Dea

Pats scratches - Williams (upper body, indefinite), Berg (healthy), Cooper (upper body, indefinite), Freadrich (healthy) and Elmer (healthy).

Oil Kings scratches - Gorda (undisclosed), Dawson (undisclosed), Gruninger (undisclosed) and Koch (undisclosed).

In the first period the Oil Kings got the early lead at 1:24. Dario Meyer was spring on a breakaway and beat Wapple high on the glove side for his first WHL goal. Brett Pollock and Kyle Yewchuk the assists and it was 1-0. Edmonton then went to the powerplay but on it Austin Wagner fed Adam Brooks on a short handed breakaway and he made no mistake scoring his 2nd of the year at 4:13 and it was 1-1. It stayed that way until 13:43 when Tyler Robertson was credited with an Edmonton powerplay goal after a bouncing puck in front found the back of the net. Colton Kehler and Lane Bauer the assists and it was 2-1. That was the score after 1 with the Oil Kings leading on the shot clock 14-10.

In the second the Oil Kings got an early goal to go up 3-1. At 1:53 Andrew Koep took a pass in the slot and buried his 1st from Lane Bauer and Aaron Irving. The Pats got that one back at 3:59 when Lane Zablocki scored his 3rd of the year on a rebound from Aaron Macklin and Chase Harrison and it was 3-2. Then on the powerplay the Pats tied it up when Adam Brooks took a pass in the left circled and scored his second of the night and 3rd of the year up high to make it 3-3 at 8:33. Lane Zablocki then gave the Pats the 4-3 lead with his second of the game at 4th of the season. Adam Brooks fed him in the slot on a fast break and he fired into the top corner. Connor Hobbs the second assist at 12:07. Then on their second powerplay of the game the Pats got their second powreprlay goal. Rykr Cole fired from the left circle and beat Alec Dillon short side for his 1st from Riley Woods and Jake Leschyshyn at 15:13 and it was 5-3. The Oil Kings got a powerplay late and thought they had their 4th goal of the game but it was waived off on a high stick and the game remained 5-3 Regina heading to the 3rd. The Pats outshot Edmonton 16-8 in the period and led 26-22 overall.

In the third there were 4 Regina powerplays and 3 for Edmonton. Neither team scored but it was an animosity filled period. The shots were 9 a piece in the frame and the Pats held on to win 5-3 and outshot Edmonton 35-31 in the game.

The Pats powerplay was 2 for 6 in the game and the penalty kill was 5 for 6 with a short handed goal.

The third star went to the Oil Kings Lane Bauer who had an assist in the loss. The second star to the Pats Lane Zablocki who had two goals and an assist and the first star went to the Pats Adam Brooks who also scored twice and had a helper.

The Pats are back in action Tuesday on the road in Medicine Hat against the Tigers at 7 o'clock on 620 CKRM.

Scoring Summary

1st Period 

Oil Kings Goal at 1:24. Dario Meyer (1) from Brett Pollock and Kyle Yewchuk.

Pats SH Goal at 4:13. Adam Brooks (2) from Austin Wagner.

Oil Kings PP Goal at 13:43. Tyler Robertson (2) from Colton Kehler and Lane Bauer.

2nd Period 

Oil Kings Goal at 1:53. Andrew Koep (1) from Lane Bauer and Aaron Irving.

Pats Goal at 3:59. Lane Zablocki (3) from Aaron Macklin and Chase Harrison.

Pats PP Goal at 8:33. Adam Brooks (3) from Sergey Zborovskiy and Lane Zablocki.

Pats Goal at 12:07. Lane Zablocki (4) from Adam Brooks and Connor Hobbs.

Pats PP Goal at 15:13. Rykr Cole (1) from Riley Woods and Jake Leschyshyn.

3rd Period 


Pats - Oil Kings Game Day Preview

The Regina Pats (2-3-0-0) host the Edmonton Oil Kings (3-2-1-0) at the Brandt Centre Sunday. The Pats are coming off a 6-5 overtime victory over the Vancouver Giants while the Oil Kings are playing their third game in as many days and have won three in a row. Puck drop is at 4 o’clock with the pre-game at 3:35 on 620 CKRM. 

Team Comparison
Goals For/Against
10/19 (-9)
17/20 (-3)
4.3% (1/23)
29.2 % (7/24)
Penalty Kill
67.9% (19/28)
80.6% (29/36)
Team Save Percentage
Leading Scorer
Sam Steel (1-4-5)
Lane Bauer (6-0-6)
Leading Scorer (Defence)
Sergey Zborovskiy (3-1-3)
Dysin Mayo (0-5-5)
Scoring by Period (1st-2nd-3rd-OT)
Average Age
17.96 yrs
18.08 yrs

The Lead Up
The Regina Pats scored twice in the final 3 minutes to force overtime on Friday and then Adam Brooks was the hero as the Pats beat the Vancouver Giants 6-5 at the Brandt Centre. Sam Steel, Riley Woods, Adam Brooks and Chase Harrison each had two points in the win.

The Edmonton Oil Kings scored three times on the powerplay in the second period in Brandon on Saturday night and that was enough to force OT and a shootout. Edmonton won the game 4-3 in the penalty shots, their second straight win in that fashion and third in a row overall. Patrick Dea made 43 saves in the victory while Brett Pollock had a two point night.

The Offence Clicks
The Pats more than doubled their goal output from their first four games of the season on Friday night against Vancouver. In the first four games Regina scored just four times while Friday they scored six in the win. The Pats have now scored 10 times this season and are no longer last place in goals for. 

A Night of Firsts
Four Regina Pats picked up their first points of the regular season on Friday night. For Riley Woods he scored his first ever WHL goal in the 3rd period and then picked up his first ever assist on the game tieing goal late. Forwards Adam Brooks, Austin Wagner and Rykr Cole recorded their first points as did Chase Harrison.

Head to Head
It’s been a very tight season series between the Pats and Oil Kings over the past four seasons. Last year the Pats were 2-2-0-0 against Edmonton and are 8-8-0-0 over the last four years. 3 of those wins came at the Brandt Centre and 5 of them at Rexall in Edmonton.

Upcoming Schedule
Pats @ Medicine Hat – October 13, 7:00 PM – Canalta Centre (CKRM)
Pats @ Lethbridge – October 14, 7:00 PM – Enmax Centre (CKRM)
Pats @ Edmonton – October 16, 7:00 PM- Rexall Place (CKRM)

Saturday, October 10, 2015

Rockstar by Royal LePage Game Preview: REGINA THUNDER VS EDMONTON HUSKIES

The Regina Thunder (5-2) wrap up the regular season Sunday at home to the Edmonton Huskies (1-6). The Thunder locked up second place last weekend with a 30-20 win in Calgary over the Colts and will host a PFC semi-final in a weeks time. The Huskies meanwhile are out of playoff contention after losing 60-8 to Winnipeg. Kickoff is at 1 o'clock Sunday at Mosaic Stadium live on Access 7.


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The Thunder offense has scored a league leading 311 points through their first 7 games of the year. The team is number 1 in passing yards with 2060 and passing touchdowns with 21. The offense has also accumulated the most yards along the ground with 1718 and the most rushing touchdowns with 17. The club has turned the ball over a league low 13 times, 9 on interceptions and 4 on lost fumbles. The team has yielded 8 sacks.

Quarterback Jaeden Marwick has thrown for a league leading 1632 yards and a leading 19 touchdowns. He has 9 interceptions and has ran the ball for 190 yards and 2 scores.

Runningback Colton Klassen leads the league with 875 yards along the ground and has scored 5 touchdowns which is tied for second. Teammate Victor St. Pierre-Laviolette leads the PFC in rushing scores with 8. He is also 5th in yards with 561.

Receiver Kasim Ocaya is second in PFC receiving yards with 428 and has caught 5 touchdowns. Thomas Bresciani is 4th in yards with 379 and has 4 touchdown catches. Preston Bews is 6th with 345 yards and 4 scores as well.


The Huskies offense has scored a league low 121 points in their seven games so far on the year. They are last in passing yards with 1471 and are second in rushing yards with 1503. They have turned the ball over a league high 29 times, 10 interceptions, 8 lost fumbles and 11 times on downs.

Quarterback Brad Launhardt is the PFC's 5th leading passer with 1045 yards and 7 touchdowns to go with 2 interceptions.

Runningback Jimmie Airey is 3rd in yards along the ground with 745 and has 4 touchdown runs.

Receiver Brennan McNeil has 297 yards in catches which leads the team. He has a touchdown catch as well.


The Thunder defense has given up the second least points through 7 games with 158. They have forced the second most turnovers at 25, 12 on interceptions, 8 on fumble recoveries and 5 on downs and have 3 sacks.

Defensive back Marcus Hall leads the team with 20 tackles on the season, he also has an interception. DB Dustin Erbach has 3 interceptions on the year which is tied for 3rd in the league.

LB Paul Toth is not far behind with 18 tackles and also has an interception.

DL Matthew Williams leads the team with 2 sacks and has a fumble recovery.


The Huskies defense has allowed a league leading 336 points on the year. They have forced the least turnovers with 13, 7 interceptions, 5 on turnovers and 1 on downs.

Branden Modin leads the team with 29 tackles and has an interception returned for a touchdown.

Jassen Brown has 27 tackles, a sack and a fumble recovery and Brandon Mellen has 24 tackles, a fumble recovery and 2 interceptions.

Hayward Beasley leads the team with 3 sacks.


Regina's Victor St. Pierre-Laviolette leads the team in punt return yards with 103 and in kickoff return yards with 108.

Kristiane Desautels has 89 yards in punt returns and 100 on kickoffs.

Kris Calcutt has punted 6 times for a 35.9 yard average which is 5th best in the league. He is 7 of 12 kicking field goals.


Edmonton's Landon Rosene second in the league with 498 yards in kickoff returns and also has 92 yards in punt returns.

Darian Weekes has recorded 177 yards on kickoff returns on the season as well.

Cole Sabourin has punted 6 times for a 31.5 yard average and is 7 of 12 kicking field goals.

Kickoff Sunday is at 1 o'clock at Mosaic Stadium.

Friday, October 9, 2015


The Regina Pats were looking to bounce back on Friday night when they hosted the Vancouver Giants at the Brandt Centre. The Pats were coming off two straight losses where they did not score a goal against the Brandon Wheat Kings and Calgary Hitmen. The Giants came into the game having lost two in a row as well and gave up 8 goals in each of those two games. The Pats were without forward Jake Leschyshyn for the contest while the Giants Tyler Benson remained out of the lineup after having surgery just before the regular season started. Here are the lineups for the game with the starters highlighted.

Pats                                                                  Giants
Macklin-Steel-Zablocki                                  Crunk-Popoff-Semchuk
Cole-Brooks-Wagner                                        Bondra-Houck-Ronning
Berg-Kroeker-Smith                                         Odgers-Holt-Stukel
Woods-McAmmond-Elmer                               Malm-Comrie-Baer

Hilsendager-Zborovskiy                                Menell-Osipov
Harrison-Hobbs                                                Barberis-Thrower
Pouteau-Freadrich                                            Plouffe-Kirichenko

Brown                                                             Porter
Wapple                                                            Kubic

Pats scratches - Knyzhov (healthy), Williams (upper body, indefinite), Cooper (upper body. indefinite), Many Guns (healthy) and Leschyshyn (upper body, indefinite).

Giants scratches - Lee (undisclosed), Jones (undisclosed), Foster (upper body, indefinite), Benson (lower body, indefinite), Roach (lower body, indefinite) and McKinstry (upper body, indefinite).

In the first period the game got off to a fast start with chances either way. The Giants scored the opening goal when Ty Ronning took a loose puck and scored on the back hand for his 4th from Carter Popoff at 5:35 to make it 1-0. The Pats kept coming and got and got the tieing goal at 15:05. Connor Hobbs cut into the slot and scored on a backhand shot for his first with the lone assist to Chase Harrison and it was 1-1. The Pats then took their first lead of the season at 17:28 when Sergey Zborovskiy some how beat Cody Porter on the short side from a bad angle for his 2nd of the year. Rykr Cole and Adam Brooks the assists and it was a 2-1 game. The Giants got the games first powerplay with 1:47 left in the period but the Pats killed off that time and 13 seconds carried over into the second. The Pats outshot Vancouver 15-12 in the opening period.

In the second the Giants tied the game when Ty Ronning tried a cross crease pass but it hit the stick of the Pats Connor Hobbs and went in for his second of the night. Radovan Bondra and Jackson Houck the assists at 4:52 and it was 2-2. The Pats got the lead back just as their second penalty kill expired. Colton Kroeker centered for Rykr Cole who jammed in his 1st of the year at 7:53. Chase Harrison the second assists and it was 3-2. That chased goaltender Cody Porter who was replaced by Ryan Kubic. The Giants then tied it up again at 9:41 when Ty Comrie scored his 1st from Alec Baer and James Malm to make it 3-3. Then on a late powerplay Vancouver took the lead 4-3. Ty Ronning shot off a stick and it flipped over Brown and in for his hattrick and 6th of the year at at 19:38. Radovan Bondra and Jackson Houck the assists and the Giants led by a goal going to the final period. They outshot the Pats 11-5 in the period and led 23-20 overall.

In the third the Pats made a goaltending change as Daniel Wapple came into the game for Tyler Brown. Regina went to their second powerplay but gave up the 5-3 goal. Dakota Odgers led a two on one and snapped home his 4th of the season at 4:57. The Pats then turned the game around and threw everything at the Vancouver goal. At 16:23 they finally broke through when Sam Steel made an unbelievable pass to Riley Woods who buried his 1st in the WHL and it was 5-4. The Pats pulled Wapple for the extra attacker and got the tieing goal. Lane Zablocki fired, hit the post but it went off the skate of Kubic and in for his 2nd of the year at 18:53. Riley Woods and Sam Steel the assists and it was 5-5 going to overtime. The Pats outshot Vancouver 17-3 in the period and led 37-26 overall.

In the extra frame the teams went back and forth with some great chances and it took until the final minute for the game winner. Adam Brooks led a 3 on 1, kept the puck and fired from the bottom of the right circle into the top of the net for his 1st at 4:11 unassisted and the Pats improved to 2-3-0-0 with the 6-5 win. The Pats outshot the Giants 7-2 in OT and 44-28 overall.

The Pats powerplay went oh for 2 in the game and the penalty kill was 2 for 3.

The third star of the game went to the Pats Adam Brooks who scored the game winner and added an assist. The second star to the Pats Riley Woods who scored his first in the league and had an assist. The first star went to the Giants Ty Ronning who had a hattrick in the loss.

The Pats are back in action Sunday when they host the Edmonton Oil Kings at the Brandt Centre at 4 o'clock.

Scoring Summary

1st Period 

Giants Goal at 5:35. Ty Ronning (4) from Carter Popoff.

Pats Goal at 15:05. Connor Hobbs (1) from Chase Harrison.

Pats Goal at 17:28. Sergey Zborovskiy (2) from Rykr Cole and Adam Brooks.

2nd Period 

Giants Goal at 4:52. Ty Ronning (5) from Radovan Bondra and Jackson Houck.

Pats Goal at 7:53. Rykr Cole (1) from Colton Kroeker and Chase Harrison.

Giants Goal at 9:41. Ty Comrie (1) from Alec Baer and James Malm.

Giants PP Goal at 19:38. Ty Ronning (6) from Radovan Bondra and Jackson Houck.

3rd Period

Giants SH Goal at 4:57. Dakota Odgers (4) unassisted.

Pats Goal at 16:23. Riley Woods (1) from Sam Steel.

Pats Goal at 18:53. Lane Zablocki (2) from Riley Woods and Sam Steel.


Pats Goal at 4:11. Adam Brooks (1) unassisted.

Here are the radio highlights and post game interviews with forward Rykr Cole and assistant coach Brad Herauf.

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