Pats Leave Road with Loss
Regina, Saskatchewan - The Regina Pats finished their four-game road trip in the Central Division with a 5-2 loss to the Edmonton Oil Kings on Sunday.
In the first, the Pats outshot the Oil Kings 17-11 and got the period's lone goal. Austin Pratt dragged the puck in front and finished off his 20th of the year to make it 1-0, that was the score after 20 minutes. In the second, the Oil Kings scored three times in the first 6:25 of the frame to take a 3-1 lead, that was the score after two periods. In the third, Edmonton made it 4-1, four minutes into the frame on a goal from Andrew Fyten. Regina got it back to within two on the powerplay five minutes later. Logan Nijhoff got one to go from the left circle for his fifth and it was a 4-2 game. It stayed that way until late when the Oil Kings scored into an empty net to make it 5-2 and that was the final.
The Pats were outshot 45-36, the powerplay was one for five, the penalty kill three for three and Max Paddock made 40 saves.
The Pats (15-37-1-2) will return home to take on the Oil Kings on Friday at 7 p.m. at the Brandt Centre.
Regina - Austin Pratt (20) from Nikita Sedov and Sebastian Streu - 17:32 4v4.
Edmonton - Carter Souch (9) from Liam Keeler and Josh Williams - 0:50.
Edmonton - Scott Atkinson (8) from Vladimir Alistrov and Quinn Benjafield - 1:52.
Edmonton - David Kope (10) from Trey Fix-Wolansky and Andrew Fyten - 6:25.
Edmonton - Andrew Fyten (13) from Wyatt McLeod and David Kope - 4:23.
Regina - Logan Nijhoff (5) from Carter Massier and Ryker Evans - 9:13 PP.
Edmonton - Trey Fix-Wolansky (29) from Scott Atkinson and Andrew Fyten - 19:05 EN.
Shots on Goal
Regina 17-10-9-(36) Edmonton 11-18-16-(45)
Regina 1/5 Edmonton 0/3
- Austin Pratt reached the 20-goal plateau for the first time in his WHL career.
- Nikita Sedov has recorded an assist in back to back games.
- Logan Nijhoff has goals in consecutive games.
The Pats will return home to take on the Oil Kings on Friday at 7 p.m. at the Brandt Centre. Tickets are available at reginapats.com, the Brandt Centre Box Office and at any Regina Safeway, where Fun Zone tickets are $13 plus tax.
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