Unlucky number seven for Maulers

The Regina Pat Canadians were in Yorkton on Feb. 13 to take on the Rawtec Maulers. The contest between the two SMAAAHL teams was the second in the week, as they had met Monday in Regina, where the Maulers lost with a score of 6-2.

Regina opened the scoring early in the first period with a goal from Parker Jasper, with Walker Jerome and  Jackson Smith getting the assist. The second goal of the period was also for Regina, with Carter Belitski finding his way past Maulers’ goalie Kael DePape. Carson Whyte and Braden Birnie had the assist.

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The second also belonged to the Pat Canadians. Adam Kydd with help from Braden Birnie, had the first goal of the period, and a power play goal from Cal Caragata, with assists from Carson Whyte and Carter Belitski, ended the second.

The third opened with two goals from Adam Kydd, the first with assists from Cal Caragata and Alex Liskowich, and his hat trick of the evening completed with the help of Cal Caragata and Braden Birnie.

The final goal of the evening came from the Pat Canadians’ Jackson Smith. Matt Millette and Parker Hendren got the assist.

The final score was 7-0 for the Regina team, making seven the unlucky number for the Maulers on Wednesday the 13th.

The Maulers’ next action is February 16 at 4:00 p.m. against the Prince Albert Mintos. This game is a special one, as the team wants to paint the rink pink and raise money for Brayden Ottenbreit’s Close Cuts for Cancer. The game starts at 4:00 p.m.

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