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03-16-2006, 12:28 AM
from reginapats.com

Kyle Ross Leads Pats To Victory in P.A.

Kyle Ross led the Pats offensively on Wednesday night, recording a hat-trick in a 5 - 1 victory in Prince Albert to extend their season high winning streak to six games.

The Raiders opened the scoring 12:04 into the opening period on Aki Seitsonen's twentieth goal of the season. Kyle Chipchura & Blaine Tendler added the assists.

The Raiders seem poised to have the lead heading into the intermission, however with twenty-seven seconds remaining Kyle Ross evened the score with an even-strength goal assisted by Kyle Deck & Craig Schira.

Prince Albert outshot the Pats 13 - 9 in the period.

Just twenty-six seconds into the second period Matt Robinson notched his sixth short-handed goal, and thirty-fifth of the season slipping an unassisted goal through Deckert's legs.

Ross scored his second goal of the game, again in the final minute of the period, this time with just over a second remaining in the period to extend the Pats lead to 3 - 1. Tyson Sievert & Denis Tolpeko had the assists.

Nick Ross scored his sixth of the season on the power-play after his shot was deflected beating a stunned Deckert at the 8:55 mark of the final period.

Kyle Ross closed the scoring completed the hat-trick with a highlight-reel goal with five minutes remaining after a nice passing play by Matt Robinson & Brett Leffler.

Referee Derek Zalaski handed out four ten-minute misconducts and two game misconducts with just under two minutes remaining.

David Reekie made twenty-six saves in the victory. Jesse Deckert made twenty saves for the Raiders, while Alex Archibald stopped two of the three shots he faced in clean-up duty.

The Pats were 1/4 on the power-play. Prince Albert was 0/2 with the man-advantage.

To view the official online game sheet click here

The victory improves the Pats overall record to 39-26-1-4.

The Pats travel to Brandon on Friday night before closing out the regular season in Medicine Hat on Sunday.
Way to go Pats. GO PATS GO!!!

03-16-2006, 10:33 AM
I'm kinda glad they won last night,just so with the fact that they could take over second from the Blades.I think everyone here in P.A is rooting for the Pats.Your victory last night was well deserved.Your teams playing very good hockey..and at the right time.