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RECAP: Brooks Spurs Comeback Win for the Pats over Prince Albert

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The Regina Pats overcame a 4-0 first period deficit to beat the Prince Albert Raiders 7-6 in overtime on Saturday night at the Brandt Centre. Regina scored three times in the second to get within a goal heading to the third. Prince Albert didn’t go away however, restoring their lead to two goals, twice in the final stanza. However the Pats kept coming and with the extra attacker, Adam Brooks scored with 8.5 seconds left to tie the game 6-6 and force overtime. 18 seconds into the OT period, Brooks ripped a shot into the top of the net for his second of the night and it gave the Pats the 7-6 victory. Brooks and Sam Steel led the club with three points apiece while Max Paddock stopped 13 of 15 shots in a relief effort to pick up his second win in as many WHL appearances. The Pats are right back at it Sunday when they visit the Raiders at the Art Hauser Centre at 4 p.m.

Scoring Summary
First Period
Prince Albert – Carson Miller (7) from Nick Heid – 6:24 PP.
Prince Albert – Curtis Miske (8) unassisted – 7:29.
Prince Albert – Carson Miller (8) from Vojtech Budik – 14:21.
Prince Albert – Jordy Stallard (10) from Max Martin and Brayden Pachal – 18:32 PP.

Second Period
Regina – Bryan Lockner (3) from Josh Mahura and Austin Wagner – 0:17.
Regina – Jeff de Wit (5) from Wyatt Sloboshan and Chase Harrison – 4:42.
Regina – Dawson Leedahl (18) from Nick Henry and Sam Steel – 14:04.

Third Period
Prince Albert – Parker Kelly (7) unassisted – 6:43 SH.
Regina – Nick Henry (21) from Adam Brooks and Sam Steel – 7:48 5v3 PP.
Prince Albert – Spencer Moe (4) from Carson Miller and Vojtech Budik – 10:08.
Regina – Jonathan Smart (2) from Jeff de Wit – 12:08.
Regina – Adam Brooks (23) from Sam Steel and Nick Henry – 19:51.

Overtime
Regina – Adam Brooks (24) from Josh Mahura – 0:18.

Shots on Goal
Regina 8-13-14-1-(36)   Prince Albert 13-7-8-0-(28)

Powerplays
Regina 1/2      Prince Albert 2/5

Quick Hits
– Jonathan Smart and Jeff de Wit scored their first goals in a Pats uniform in the win.
– Bryan Lockner has goals in consecutive games for the Pats.
– Adam Brooks and Sam Steel each had three points and lead the WHL with 73 on the year.

What’s Next?
The Pats are right back at it Sunday against the Prince Albert Raiders at 4 p.m. at the Art Hauser Centre. Next home game is Friday January 20 against Medicine Hat. Tickets are available at reginapats.com or at the Brandt Centre Box Office. Come into Subway and order a Pats Fresh Value Meal (sandwich, 21 oz. drink and side) and receive a free bronze level ticket to a Pats home game! While supplies last at participating restaurants in Regina.

 

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