The Regina Pats saw their three game winning streak come to an end, with a 5-2 loss to the Kooteany Ice in Cranbrook Tuesday night.
Head Coach Dave Struch, didn’t sugar coat anything when speaking after the game, calling it his club’s worst outing of the season to date.
“Worst game of the year, selfish individual hockey, every aspect of being a team player we failed at it tonight,” Struch said. I’m very disappointed, it was a game that if we were to play the right way, the way that we’ve been playing even when we were losing games in the past we played way better than this, we could’ve won,” Struch continued.
Max Paddock was also forced to leave the game in the first period after taking a hit inside the crease, his status is not known at this time.
One thing Struch was happy with was the play of backup Dean McNabb.
“Yeah he did a good job for us, that’s exactly what your backup goalie is there for, none of this was is fault for sure,” Struch said.
The Pats, (7-13-0-0) are back in action for game two of their seven away from Regina on Friday night in Langley, when they take on the Vancouver Giants.
That game can be heard on 620 CKRM.