Regina Pats captain Adam Brooks admits the bus ride to Lethbridge might have been a little bit different had it not been for his heroics Saturday night in Game 2 of the WHL East final, but the mission remains the same.
Brooks, who scored the overtime winner to even the series at one in Game 2, says the goal is to go to Lethbridge and win two hockey games starting with Tuesday’s Game 3 as the series shifts to the Enmax Centre.
Head Coach John Paddock says that as the playoffs wind on, it gets tougher and tougher to win every game, and they are going up against a very talented team so they have their word cut out for them.
Paddock adds Lethbridge goalie Stuart Skinner has played well in the first two games as did Swift Current’s Jordan Papirny in the 2nd round, but if his team can get the shots and second opportunities that he thinks they can, that they can be successful.
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