Regina Downs Prince Albert 7-2

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Regina, Saskatchewan – The Regina Pats beat the Prince Albert Raiders 7-2 in the Blue and Whites second pre-season game in as many nights.  Both teams are taking part in the Regina Pats Pre-season Tournament at the Cooperators Arena.

 Scoring Summary
First Period
Regina – Braydon Buziak (1) unassisted – 10:56
Prince Albert – Zack Andrusiak (1) unassisted – 11:35

Second Period
Regina – Brady Pouteau (1) from Henry and Leschyshyn – 6:44
Regina – Luc Smith (1) from Woods and Gardiner – 7:38
Regina – Riley Woods (1) from Leschyshyn and Hobbs – 8:20 PP
Regina – Connor Hobbs (1) from Williams and Henry – 16:21
Regina – Rykr Cole (1) from Barteaux – 16:58

Third Period
Prince Albert – Spencer Moe (1) from Fonstad – 2:16
Regina Pats – Erik Gardiner (1) from Smith and Freadrich – 5:54

Shots on Goal
Regina –12-20-16-(48)   Prince Albert – 7-8-5-(20)

Game Story
The home team got on the board midway through the first with an unassisted goal from newly signed prospect Braydon Buziak.  Prince Albert answered back 35 seconds later to tie things up at one all.  The Pats opened things up in the second adding five unanswered goals.  Brady Pouteau, Luc Smith, Riley Woods, Connor Hobbs and Rykr Cole all got their firsts of the pre-season.  Jake Leschyshyn, and Nick Henry each had two assists in the period.  In the final frame the teams traded goals leaving the final 7-2 Regina.

Quick Hits
-Riley Woods had a 2 points (1G, 1A)
-Connor Hobbs had 2 points (1G, 1A)
-Luc Smith had 2 points (1G, 1A)
-Erik Gardiner had 2 points (1G, 1A)
-Jake Leschyshyn had 2 points (2A)
-Nick Henry had 2 points (2A)
-Jordan Hollett stopped 11/12

What’s Next?
The Regina Pats Preseason Tournament continues Saturday with the Broncos and Warriors meeting at 3 p.m.  In the final game of the weekend Regina takes on Saskatoon at 7 p.m.  All games take place at the Cooperators Arena.  Cost to get in is $5 at the door.

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

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