Thursday, December 17, 2015

On this day in Pats History - Dec. 17

On this day in Pats History

1924 - The Pats defeated the Regina Tigers in what is still (tied) the largest goal differential in a Regular Season game in Pats team history.

The Pats netted 19 goals to the Tigers 1.

Johnny Gottselig led the Pats charge with 6 goals and an assist. Frank Ingram also scored a six pack of goals. Syl Acaster chipped in with a hat-trick as Stan Fuller (with a pair), Ken Doraty and Jack Cranstoun rounded out the scoring. Jack Cunning picked up the W in goal. 

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The Pats All-Time Record on December 17 is 15 wins, 11 losses, 3 ties, 1 overtime loss and no games have reached the shootout.

19 of the 30 games have been played at home and carry a 12W-3L-3T-1OTL-0SOL
In the 11 road games the team record is 3W-8L-0T-0OTL-0SOL.

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2 ex-Pats born on December 17 are Garry Slezak (1960) and Matt Hubbauer (1982).

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