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First Game in Regina Pats Hockey History

Friday, December 21, 1917

Regina PATRICIAS 5 at Regina VICTORIAS 2

1st Period
1. Victorias, Crapper, 1:35.
2. Victorias, Marshall assisted by Baldwin, 7:40.
3. Patricias, F. Broadfoot, 10:00.

Penalties: W. Molisky, Pats, 1 min.; Harding, Pats, 1 min.; Hackney, Pats, 1 min.; Davidson, Vics, 2 min.; F. Broadfoot, Pats 1 min.; Baldwin, Vics, 1 min.; W. Molisky, Pats, 1 min.; Crapper, Vics, 2 min.; Hackney, Pats, 2 min.; Baldwin, Vics, 2 min.

2nd Period
4. Patricias, Wingham, 4:00.
5. Patricias, Harding, 11:00.
6. Patricias, F. Broadfoot assisted by Harding, 11:08.

Penalties: Crapper, Vics, 1 min.; Miller, Vics, 3 min.; W. Molisky, Pats, 3 min.; Crapper, Vics, 2 min.

3rd Period
7. Patricias, Dutkowski, 8:20.

Penalties: Wingham, Pats, 1 min.; Marshall, Vics, 1 min.; Marshall, Vics, 1 min.

Referee: Delehay
Judge of Play: Charley Otten

REGINA PATRICIAS LINE-UP
Goal: Walter Broadfoot
Defence: Bill Broadfoot, Miller Hackney, M.A. "Ma" Wingham, N.A. Drechler
Rover: Fred Harding
Centre: Frank Broadfoot, John Molisky
Left Wing: L.J. "Duke" Dutkowski, Ernie Cameron
Right Wing: Bill "Willie" Molisky
Coach & Manager: Bill Lea
Executive: Allan Wetmore (President), Herb Pollock (1st Vice-President), E. C. Rossie (2nd Vice-President), Austin Smith (Secretary-Treasurer), Jerry Crapper (Executive) & Walter Molisky (Executive).

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