Pat Chat November 19thNov 19, 2012 - 06:42 CST
The Week That Was
Friday, November 16th – Pats 3 @ Giants 4 SO
The Pats came back from two goal and one goal deficits in their contest with the Giants, but couldn’t come back one final time in the shootout as Thomas Foster’s tally in the seventh round held up as the winner. Morgan Klimchuk scored with less than a minute left in the contest to send the game to extra time and Lane Scheidl had a three point night in the loss.
Saturday, November 17th – Pats 3 @ Victoria 2
Like the previous night, the Pats found themselves fighting from behind in the second period. After failing to register a shot until the latter half of the middle frame, the Pats turned it around and scored two quick goals to take a lead into the third. The Royals fought back and tied the game with 2:32 left, but Morgan Klimchuk came up clutch again, scoring the game winning goal with 25 seconds left. Teagan Sacher was named the first star, making 32 saves in the win while Luke Fenske turned in a strong effort and added three assists.
Pats sign defenceman Alex Theriau (’92)
Quote of the Week
“It’s eye opening to see how tough it is and how rough the lifestyle is. The best living conditions they have are less than acceptable in most people’s eyes.” – Griffin Mumby on his experience with Project First Goal in East Hastings
“Where they started is the same place as where some of us started and to see them end up there is scary. If there are family issues you should seek help because with a couple wrong decisions, you can end up here and it’s not a good place to be.” – Trent Ouellette talking about his night in East Hastings with Project First Goal
The Week Ahead
Tuesday, November 20th – Pats @ Prince George
After taking 3 of a possible 4 points on the coast Pats trek towards the northern interior to face off with the Cougars. Prince George jumped out of the gate to start the season, but has tailed off, sitting 7-11-1-3 on the year.
Wednesday, November 21st– Pats @ Kamloops
The Blazers will be a decidedly difficult test for the Pats. The league leaders feature the top two scorers in the WHL and have rolled through the competition in the early season with a record of 19-5-0-1.
Friday, November 23rd – Pats @ Kelowna
The final game of the B.C. road trip is another tough matchup against the Rockets. Kelowna hholds the second spot in the B.C. Division with 26 points, but have lost two in a row coming into their matchup with the Pats.
Monday, November 19th – Travel Day
Tuesday, November 20th – Pats at Prince George – 9 p.m. CST (CN Centre)*
Wednesday, November 21st – Pats at Kamloops – 9 p.m. CST (Interior Savings Centre)*
Thursday, November 22nd – Travel Day
Friday, November 23rd – Pats at Kelowna – 9:05 p.m. CST (Prospera Place)*
Saturday, November 24th – Travel Day
*Broadcast on CKRM
Project First Goal
Six of the Pats spent Sunday with the Vancouver Police Service learning about the affects of drugs before taking to the streets of one of the most drug addled neighbourhoods in Canada, East Hastings. The players heard the stories of some of the addicts who live there to bring their message about making the right choices to schools back in Regina.
Now available at the Pats Office are #MovemberForBD T-Shirts and Bracelets. The T-Shirts sell for 25 dollars while the Bracelets are 10 dollars. The proceeds from these go towards supporting former Regina Pats Captain, Brandon Davidson in his fight against cancer.
Smoke, Sticks and ‘Staches
As Movember continues, you can donate to the Pats joint initiative with the Regina Professional Firefighters Association by visiting mobro.co/reginapats as well as see some of the Mo’s the players are sporting. Look for the firefighters at the Pats’ next home game, December 1st, as they “Pass the Helmet” around the Brandt Centre to raise funds for Men’s Health.
Saturday, December 1st – vs. Spokane (Next Home Game, Movember Wrap-Up)