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Pats Win 10th Straight Game, 8-4 over Red Deer Sunday

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A sold out Brandt Centre watched the Regina Pats win their 10th straight game on Sunday, 8-4 over the Red Deer Rebels. The Pats led 2-1 after one and then exploded for four goals in the second and didn’t look back from there. Sam Steel had a goal and three assists and has taken over the WHL scoring lead with 34 points. Adam Brooks had a goal and two assists and five other Pats had multi-point games. Tyler Brown won his 9th game in 11 starts making 17 saves. The Pats kick off a six game road trip Wednesday when they visit the Edmonton Oil Kings at 8 p.m. on 620 CKRM.

Scoring Summary
First Period
Red Deer – Austin Pratt (4) from Colton Bobyk and Jared Freadrich – 9:35.
Regina – Chase Harrison (4) from Sam Steel and Dawson Leedahl – 16:25.
Regina – Adam Brooks (7) from Sam Steel and Dawson Leedahl – 19:59.

Second Period
Regina – Connor Hobbs (5) from Sam Steel and Dawson Leedahl – 0:48.
Regina – Filip Ahl (15) from Adam Brooks and Austin Wagner – 7:49.
Red Deer – Carson Sass (2) from Evan Polei and Brandon Hagel – 9:57 PP.
Regina – Sam Steel (16) from Jake Leschyshyn – 15:15 SH.
Regina – Filip Ahl (16) from Adam Brooks and Nick Henry – 18:04 PP.

Third Period
Red Deer – Jeff de Wit (3) from Adam Musil and Evan Polei – 9:28.
Red Deer – Brandon Hagel (4) from Michael Spacek – 11:46 PP.
Regina – Connor Hobbs (6) from Lane Zablocki and Rykr Cole – 15:09.
Regina – Jake Leschyshyn (10) from Lane Zablocki – 18:36.

Shots on Goal
Regina 21-23-17-(61)   Red Deer 7-5-9-(21)

Powerplays
Regina 1/5    Red Deer 2/6

Quick Hits
– Sam Steel has taken over the WHL scoring lead with 34 points after his one goal and three assist performance on Sunday.
– The Pats scored their league leading 12th shorthanded goal of the year in the win.
– Adam Brooks had a goal and two assists Sunday and has points in 26 straight games going back to last year.
– With their eight goals Sunday, the Pats have scored 100 times through 17 games this year.

What’s Next?
The Pats kick off a six game road trip on Wednesday at the new Rogers Place in Edmonton against the Oil Kings. Puck drop is at 8 p.m. Regina time on 620 CKRM.

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