Regina Pats

The Regina Pats are a professional Canadian ice hockey team from Regina, Saskatchewan, which currently plays in the junior Western Hockey League.


The Regina Pats were established in 1917 in Regina, so they are the oldest junior hockey franchise in the world that still plays in its founding city. First, the team played with the nickname " Patricia " after Princess Patricia of Connaught, a granddaughter of Queen Victoria and daughter of the Governor General Arthur, Duke of Connaught and Strathearn. The club name was also closely linked to the "Princess Patricia's Canadian Light Infantry ," still bear the Pats the coat of arms of the infantry regiment on the shoulders. In 1923, the team name was eventually shortened to " Regina Pats ."

1925 and 1930 won the Pats the Canadian Junior Championship, as well as 1928 under the name " Regina Monarchs ". During the Second World War, the game operation rested, but he was already resuming in 1946. 1966, the Pats founding member of today's Western Hockey League, but in 1968 returned to the franchise in the Saskatchewan Junior Hockey League back, the championship won it in 1969. In 1970, the Pats again took part in the game operation of the WHL, their place in the SJHL took the farm team Regina Blues newly established one, which was active until 1982. 1974 won the Regina Pats at the Memorial Cup in their fourth Junior Championship, three years later the team moved from Regina Exhibition Stadium in the newly built, 7,000 -seat Agridome, today's Brandt Centre in order. In this arena, the Regina Pats wore the Memorial Cup from 2001.


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GP = Games, W = Wins, L = Losses, T = Ties, OTL = Overtime losses, SOL = shutout defeats, P = Points, GF = Goals, GA = Goals against

Well-known former players

Different players who spent their time in the Junior Pats made ​​, and later in the National Hockey League career. Among them are:

Locked back numbers

The following players have made ​​outstanding contributions to the club, so that their back numbers are no longer awarded in her honor:

First-round voting rights

The following former players the Pats were selected in the first round of the NHL Entry Drafts ( drafted ):

  • 2013: Morgan Klimchuk - as 28 of the Calgary Flames
  • 2008: Colten Teubert - 13 out of the Los Angeles Kings
  • 2008: Jordan Eberle: as 22 of the Edmonton Oilers
  • 2007: Nick Ross - as 30 of the Phoenix Coyotes
  • 1999: Barret Jackman - as 17 of the St. Louis Blues
  • 1998: Brad Stuart - as a third party by the San Jose Sharks
  • 1996: Josh Holden - twelfth of the Vancouver Canucks
  • 1996: Derek Morris: 13 out of the Calgary Flames
  • 1994: Jeff Friesen - eleventh of the San Jose Sharks
  • 1992: Jason Smith - as 18 of the New Jersey Devils
  • 1989: Mike Sillinger - eleventh of the Detroit Red Wings
  • 1989: Kevin Haller - as 14th overall by the Buffalo Sabres
  • 1989: Jamie Heward - as 16th overall by the Pittsburgh Penguins
  • 1985: Brent Fedyk - eighth of the Detroit Red Wings
  • 1984: Selmar Odelein - as 21 of the Edmonton Oilers
  • 1983: Mark Nevin manager - as 21 of the Boston Bruins
  • 1981: Garth Butcher - tenth of the Vancouver Canucks
  • 1980: Doug Wickenheiser - first by the Montreal Canadiens
  • 1980: Darren Veitch - fifth of the Washington Capitals
  • 1980: Mike Blaisdell - eleventh of the Detroit Red Wings
  • 1974: Greg Joly - first by the Washington Capitals
  • 1971: Larry Wright - eighth of the Philadelphia Flyers
  • 1968: Ron Snell - as 14 of the Pittsburgh Penguins

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