Warriors Double up Pats, 6-3
Regina, Saskatchewan - The Regina Pats dropped a 6-3 decision in Moose Jaw to the Warriors on Saturday night.
In the first, the Warriors opened the scoring 29 seconds in. Kjell Kjemhus had a shot go off his leg and in to make it 1-0. The Pats got the game tied on a strange play. Moose Jaw pulled their goalie for the extra attacker with a delayed penalty against the Pats, however the Warriors scored into their own net to even the score. Austin Pratt was given credit with his 22nd. Moose Jaw took the lead back late in the frame on the powerplay and it was 2-1 after one. In the second, the Warriors went up 3-1 on an early goal from Tate Popple. Regina got back to within a goal halfway through the period, Sebastian Streu finished off his seventh, a powerplay marker and it was 3-2. The Warriors came back with two goals in a minute and a half to lead 5-2 and that was the score after 40 minutes. In the third, the Pats got back to within a pair thanks to a five on three powerplay goal from Ty Kolle, his 13th and it was 5-3. The Pats pulled the goalie late for the extra attacker, the Warriors scored into the empty net and took the contest, 6-3 the final score.
The Pats were outshot 31-24, the powerplay was two for five and the penalty kill five for six. Austin Pratt led the offence with a goal and an assist while Max Paddock made 25 saves.
The Pats (16-38-1-2) will return home to host the Kootenay ICE on Wednesday night at the Brandt Centre at 7 p.m.
Moose Jaw - Kjell Kjemhus (2) from Carson Denomie and Luke Ormsby - 0:29.
Regina - Austin Pratt (22) unassisted - 4:50.
Moose Jaw - Jett Woo (11) from Brayden Tracey and Justin Almeida - 18:31 PP.
Moose Jaw - Tate Popple (9) unassisted - 1:28.
Regina - Sebastian Streu (7) from Austin Pratt and Brady Pouteau - 10:05 PP.
Moose Jaw - Brayden Tracey (25) from Tristin Langan and Josh Brook - 11:16.
Moose Jaw - Tristin Langan (40) from Brayden Tracey and Justin Almeida - 12:40.
Regina - Ty Kolle (13) from Sergei Alkhimov - 6:00 5v3 PP.
Moose Jaw - Tate Popple (10) unassisted - 19:04 EN.
Shots on Goal
Regina 9-10-5-(24) Moose Jaw 11-14-6-(31)
Regina 2/5 Moose Jaw 1/6
- Austin Pratt has three goals and two assists in his last three games.
- The Pats are 4-5-0-1 in their last 10 games.
- Sebastian Streu has points in three straight, with a goal and two assists in that stretch.
The Pats will return home to host the Kootenay ICE on Wednesday night at the Brandt Centre at 7 p.m. 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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