‘Canes vs. Pats in 2015/16: 0-2-0-0
Last Regular Season Meeting: October 18th/2016 (6-1 Pats in Regina)
‘Canes Record: 14-11-2-2
‘Canes Home Record: 8-5-1-0
‘Canes Road Record: 6-6-1-2
Pats Record: 20-2-4-0
Pats Home Record: 10-0-3-0
Pats Road Record: 10-2-1-0
‘Canes Leading Scorer: Tyler Wong (19G, 15A, 34P)
Pats Leading Scorer: Adam Brooks (13G, 33A, 46P)
The Lethbridge Hurricanes continue their busy schedule tonight as they welcome the Regina Pats at the ENMAX Centre at 7:00pm.
The Hurricanes (14-11-2-2) are coming off a 6-4 victory Monday night in Edmonton against the Oil Kings. The win improved the ‘Canes record to 7-0-1-0 in their last eight games and pulled them into a second-place tie in the Central Division.
The Pats (20-2-4-0) are coming off a 5-4 overtime victory last night in Kootenay over the Ice. Regina has posted a 4-0-1-0 record in their last five games and are tied with the Everett Silvertips for top spot in the entire Western Hockey League.
Tonight is the KiSS 107.7 Toy Mountain night at the ENMAX Centre. It is encouraged that fans bring a new and unwrapped toy to the game for the annual toy drive.
Tonight is the third of four meetings on the season between the Hurricanes and the Pats, Regina took the first two match ups in October. Tickets are still available for tonight and can be purchased online, by calling 403-329-SEAT (7328) or by visiting the ENMAX Centre or Yates Ticket Centre’s.
Lethbridge Point of View
Keep On Rolling, Rolling, Rolling: The Lethbridge Hurricanes continued to roll this weekend. The team had their season-long six game winning streak snapped on Saturday with a 3-2 overtime loss in Red Deer but the ‘Canes jumped back in the win column on Monday night with a 6-4 win at Rogers Place in Edmonton. The Hurricanes are now 7-0-1-0 in their last eight games.
Giorgi-OH-so-Wonderful: Buffalo Sabres draft pick Giorgio Estephan is on a tear. The fourth year veteran enters play tonight on a season-high seven game point streak. In that span, Estephan has racked up 14 points (8g-6a). He also has goals in five straight games picking up seven tallies.
Regina Point of View
They’re OK: Understatement of the year, perhaps? Yeah, the Regina Pats are OK. In fact, the Pats are REALLY darn good. Regina is off to one of their best starts ever. Entering a Tuesday match-up with the Kootenay Ice, the Pats had a 19-2-4-0 record while scoring 140 goals (an average of 5.60 per game).
Reigning WHL Player of the Week: Pats defenseman Sergey Zborovskiy was named last week’s WHL Player of the Week. The Russian rear-guard had nine points (3g-6a) in two games on the weekend. That included a seven point effort on Saturday against the Prince Albert Raiders.