The Regina Pats won their third consecutive game Tuesday night with a 5-2 victory in Brandon.
Head Coach and G.M John Paddock said after the first period his club played a solid game.
“We had lots of energy and played pretty good after the first period,” Paddock said.
“In the first period I know we had a lot of shots, but we gave up two breakaways we gave up two slot shots, they scored on one, we gave up a couple two on ones, we needed to be better without the puck and after the first we were,” Paddock added.
Max Paddock made 22 saves for the win in his hometown.
The win also gives the Pats (28-22-5-0) the season series over the Wheat Kings 5-3.
Pats Captain Sam Steel also recorded his 200th career assist, and becomes only the ninth player in team history to do so.
The Pats will be back in action on Friday night when they host Kootenay, a game we’ll have for you on 620 CKRM.