It was a roller coaster of emotions for Regina Pats fans on Friday night.
After getting the lead early, the Regina Pats traded blows with the Seattle Thunderbirds but would eventually fall 7-4.
Lancaster Taphouse has been showing all of the Pats playoff games this season. Fans there took in all the action of an important game 5.
Jo-Anne Lee has had Pats season tickets for the past three seasons and she continues to remain optimistic about the team’s chances to come back.
“Disappointed, but the Pats always play better when they’re backs against the wall so I think it’ll be a good game on Sunday.”
Elliott Rondeau is also sharing the same high spirits.
“Home ice advantage has a lot to do with it,” Rondeau said. “We have a good home record, I hope we can pull it out at home and go seven games.”
Rondeau added he believes the Brandt Centre will be rocking Sunday night.
“We will have all 6,000 fans on their feet.”
Game 6 between the Pats and Thunderbirds take place Sunday with puck drop at 6 p.m.
— Britton Gray (@BrittonGray) May 13, 2017
If the Pats win, a seventh and deciding game will take place Monday.
The winner of the series will represent the WHL at this year’s Memorial Cup tournament.