Two teams heading in opposite directions meet Tuesday night in Cranbrook, BC as the Regina Pats stage their annual West Coast road trip as Agribition moves into the Brandt Centre.
The Pats, winners of their last three, will take on a Kootenay Ice team that has lost its last five going in.
Max Paddock is likely to get the start in goal. He is coming off a performance last week that saw him named the WHL’s goaltender of the week as he stopped 59 of 60 shots in two games.
The Pats, now 6-12 on the season, will also have two new faces in the lineup.
The club has added 19-year-old forward Sebastian Streu to their roster for the remainder of the season and recalled 16-year-old defenceman Makai Mitchell from the Rocky Mountain Roughriders 16U for a portion of the club’s road trip.
Streu played the 2017-18 season with Kootenay, scoring nine goals and three assists in 54 games.
Mitchell, from Fort Collins, Colorado was listed and signed during the Pats training camp in August, he has a goal and an assist in 11 games this season with the Roughriders.