WHL Roundup: Saskatoon Blades top Regina Pats 4-1 for 4th straight victory

SASKATOON – The Saskatoon Blades defeated the Regina Pats 4-1 Sunday for their fourth consecutive triumph in the Western Hockey League.

Egor Sidorov, Brandon Lisowsky, Tristen Robins and Moritz Elias scored for the Blades (6-1-1), which are second in the Eastern Conference.

Cole Dubinsky scored the lone goal for the Pats (2-7-0), which are tied with the Prince Albert Raiders at the bottom of the East.

Nolan Maier made 27 saves for the win while Matthew Kieper stopped 22 shots in defeat.

It was Saskatoon’s second victory over Regina in three days after taking it 5-2 on Friday.


CALGARY – The Hitmen (4-3-0) scored three goals in the second period to overcome Brandon (4-6-0) for their third victory in a row.

This report by The Canadian Press was first published Oct. 24, 2021.


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