Regina, Saskatchewan – The Regina Pats held their annual Blue and White Game at the Cooperators Arena on Monday night. Forty veterans and Pat hopefuls took part in the training camp scrimmage before approximately 750 onlookers. Team White came out on top 6 -3 over Team Blue.
Team Blue – Filip Ahl (1) from Steel and Smith – 11:15 PP
Team White – Riley Woods (1) unassisted – 17:11
Team White – Jake Leschyshyn (1) from Woods and Zborovskiy – 1:44
Team Blue – Nick Henry (1) from Ahl and Pouteau – 2:03
Team White – Riley Woods (2) unassisted – 8:22 SH
Team Blue – Carson Welke (1) from Steel and Henry – 9:01
Team White – Jake Leschyshyn (2) from Woods – 19:24
Team White – Robbie Holmes (1) unassisted – 14:55
Team White – Riley Woods (3) from Bruce and Leedahl – 16:03
Shots on Goal
Team Blue –15-18-13-(44) Team White – 13-16-17-(44)
Forty players including veterans and rookies took to the ice in the annual Blue and White game to wrap up the opening weekend of training camp. In the first, import draft pick Filip Ahl opened the scoring for Team Blue at the 11:15 mark. Riley Woods would score his first of three on the night for Team White to draw the contest even. In the second, White got two goals from Jake Leschyshyn and another from Woods. Blue would add two, one from Nick Henry and the other from Carson Welke. It was 4-3 White heading into the final frame. In the third, White sealed the victory adding two more goals thanks to Robbie Holmes and Riley Woods, again, who would record the hat trick. The final ended up 6-3 for White.
-Riley Woods (3G, 2A)
-Jake Leschyshyn (2G)
-Filip Ahl (1G, 1A)
-Nick Henry (1G, 1A)
-Tyler Brown stopped all 20 shots he faced in the game.
The Regina Pats will host a pre-season tournament starting Thursday at the Cooperators Arena. Taking part are the Swift Current Broncos, Saskatoon Blades and Moose Jaw Warriors. Tickets are $5 per game or $15 for the weekend. Games take place at 3 p.m. and 7 p.m. Thursday – Saturday.
About the Regina Pats
Named for the Princess Patricia’s Canadian Light Infantry, the Western Hockey League’s Regina Pats are the oldest major junior hockey franchise in the world. Since their founding in 1917, the Pats have won three Memorial Cup championships and compete in the WHL’s Eastern Division. To learn more about the Pats, call 306-337-1535 or visit www.reginapats.com.