Brown Outstanding Against WHL's Best
Tyler Brown was outstanding Tuesday night despite falling 4-1 to the visiting Brandon Wheat Kings. The Pats opened the scoring just three minutes into the game when Braden Christoffer buried a rebound for his 26th goal of the season. The lead didn't last long though as Nolan Patrick scored his first of two on the night nearly four minutes later tying the game at one. For the most part the first period belonged to the Wheat Kings as they outshot the Pats 13-8. It was the play of backup goalie Tyler Brown that kept the blue and white in this one. "I don't think we had a very consistent effort. Brown had to make way too many saves," said head coach John Paddock. Despite the loss, Brown was one of the better Pats on the ice on this night. The rookie goalie made 27 saves, including a couple of breakaways stops. "I knew tonight was going to be my chance to show that I can actually play with this type of team. So far, I thought it was pretty good," said Brown." For the full article Click Here "I thought our goalie was outstanding," said head coach John Paddock, whose team was outshot 31-25. "He was the best player on the ice. I don't know how he doesn't get a star." For the full article Click Here Brown has been training with GDI for over 5 years through 1v1 lessons, GDI Summer Camps and the Total GDI Academy.