Pat Chat November 14th

This past week
Thursday, November 10th           Moose Jaw Warriors (3) Regina Pats (1)
 Luke Siemens stole the show, stopping 37 of 38 Regina Pats shots at the Warriors stole a 3-1 road victory. Jordan Weal scored in the third as he kept extended his point streak to 13 games, but it wasn’t enough in the loss.

Friday, November 11th               Moose Jaw Warriors (3) Regina Pats (2) OT
It was a scoreless hockey game heading into the 3rd period when the Warriors scored twice early on goals by Justin Kirsch and Dylan McIlrath to take two goal lead. Brandon Davison scored on a 5-on-3 power play with less than five minutes left to play in the 3rd to cut the lead to one then Matt Maratnz tied the game with under three minutes left to play to send the game into overtime. That’s when a Quinton Howden shot went off Matt Hewitt then off Dyson Stevenson and in for the game winning goal.

Quote of the Week
 “I kind of got handcuffed….I didn’t expect it to come right back to me. I tried to kick it to my stick and it just went off my shinpad and into the net.”
-Regina Pats forward, Dyson Stevenson.
Greg Harder – Slapshots, November 12th. Read the rest of the story here.

Looking Ahead
     Wednesday, November 16th – Subway Super Series, Team WHL v/ Team Russia – 7:00pm Brandt Centre
Colton Jobke and Jordan Weal will suit up for Team WHL as they face Team Russia on Wednesday, November 16th at the Brandt Centre for the Subway Super Series. This will be the 5th game of the 6 game series across the CHL with the 6th and final game going in Moose Jaw 24 hours later. This will be the second year in a row that Jordan Weal will be playing in the event, while it’s Colton Jobke’s first.           
     Saturday, November 19th Pats @ Chiefs – 9:05pm (Regina time) Spokane Veterans Memorial Arena
The Pats will begin their five game trip through the U.S. Division on Saturday night against 2011 Ottawa Senators 6th round pick Darren Kramer and the Spokane Chiefs. The Pats are looking to avenge a 11-1 loss at the hands of the Chiefs a season ago at the Brandt Centre.      
Monday, November 14th     
Practice 2:00pm – 3:00pm (Co-Operators Centre) Media 12:40pm – 1:05pm

Tuesday, November 15th   
Super Series Luncheon – Jason Smith and Kelly Hrudey media availability 11:40 Radisson Plaza Hotel Saskatchewan
Practice 2:00pm – 3:00pm (Co-Operators Centre) Media 12:40pm – 1:05pm
Team WHL Practice – 3:00pm – 5:00pm (Brandt Centre) Media TBA
Team Russia Practice – 7:00pm (Brandt Centre)

Wednesday, November 16th
Practice 2:00pm – 3:00pm (Co-Operators Centre) Media 12:40pm – 1:05pm
Team WHL Pre-Game Skate
Team Russia Pre-Game Skate
Pats depart for Spokane at midnight

Thursday, November 17th   
Pats practice 11:30 Cranbrook Recreation Complex

Friday, November 18th 
Pats Practice 1:00pm Spokane Veterans Memorial Arena

Saturday, November 19th    
Pats @ Chiefs 9:05 (Regina Time) Spokane Veterans Memorial Arena
Sunday, November 20th  
Travel to Portland

In The Community
Community Appearances:
This past Saturday, the Regina Pats headed outdoors to play a little road hockey. At both the East and Northwest Home Depot locations, the Pats were there to play hockey and sign some autographs from 10:00am to noon with their young fans.

Pats in the community this week:
Wascana Rehabilitation Centre
Food For Learning – Coronation Park
Food for Learning – Al Ritchie Community Centre
Dieppe Elementary School – Read to Succeed

Wascana Rehabilitation Centre
Food For Learning – Coronation Park
Regina and Area Food Bank
Jack McKenzie School – Read to Succeed

In The Locker Room
–    Jordan Weal and Colton Jobke was named to play for Team WHL at the upcoming Subway Superseries. Weal is one of only six players to play in both games while Jobke will play in just Regina. The first will be in Regina on Wednesday, November 16th at 7pm. Tickets are available now at the Brandt Centre ticket office or click on to purchase online.
–    Jordan Weal is currently on a 14 game point streak, the longest current streak in the WHL. Over those 14 games, Weal has 20 points
–    Brandon Davidson is currently tied for 3rd in scoring among WHL defencemen and is tied for 3rd for goals among WHL defencemen
–    Before this season, Colton Jobke had just one WHL goal, he has 4 so far this season, all coming on the power play

Through the Looking Glass
Kenny Nordstrom:
The Pats final pick in the 2011 WHL Bantam Draft (10th round, 201st overall), Kenny  Nordstrom is currently playing with the Prince George Cougars of the BCMMHL. The Tearrace BC native is one of four 15 year old players playing with the Cougars this season.
After 15 games, Nordstrom has 2 goals and 4 assists for 6 points. He is a teammate of Pats 5th round pick from the 201 WHL Bantam Draft, Brett Harris

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