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The Regina Pats are a junior ice hockey team that plays in the Western Hockey League. The Pats are based out of Regina, Saskatchewanmarker and the Brandt Centremarker is their home arena.

History

The Regina Pats circa 1924-5
The Regina Pats are the oldest major junior hockey franchise in the world that have continuously operated from their original location and use the same name. They began operations in 1917. They were originally named the Patricias, after Princess Patricia of Connaught, the granddaugher of Queen Victoria and daughter of the Governor General (the Duke of Connaught). The team name was also associated with Princess Patricia's Canadian Light Infantry, to the point that Pats sweaters still bear the regimental crest as a shoulder patch. In 1923, the team's name was shortened to the Pats. The Pats won Canadian junior championships in 1925 and 1930, as well as in 1928 when they were known as the Regina Monarchs. During World War II, the team remained dormant but was re-organized in 1946. In 1968, the Pats returned to the Saskatchewan Junior Hockey League. They won the league title in 1969. In 1970, the Pats jumped to the Western Hockey League and left the SJHL. In their place the Regina Blues were formed as their farm team in the SJHL. The Blues folded in 1982. The Regina Pats won their fourth Canadian junior championship in the 1974 Memorial Cup. In 1977, they moved from Regina Exhibition Stadium to the new Agridome, since renamed the Brandt Centremarker. Most recently, they were the host team for the 2001 Memorial Cup. The Regina Pats are now owned by Russ Parker and Diane Parker and their son Brent Parker is the General Manager.

Season-by-season record

Note: GP = Games played, W = Wins, L = Losses, T = Ties OTL = Overtime losses, Pts = Points, GF = Goals for, GA = Goals against

Season GP W L T OTL GF GA Points Finish Playoffs
1966–67 56 31 18 7 - 324 230 69 3rd Overall Lost final
1967–68 60 29 23 8 - 246 237 64 5th Overall Lost quarter-final
1968–69 42 32 9 1 - 262 129 65 1st SJHL Won League
1969–70 35 21 13 1 - 175 126 43 2nd SJHL
1970–71 66 28 36 2 - 202 246 58 4th East Lost quarter-final
1971–72 68 43 23 2 - 287 225 88 1st East Lost final
1972–73 68 30 28 10 - 294 270 70 3rd East Lost quarter-final
1973–74 68 43 14 11 - 377 225 97 1st East Won championship and Memorial Cup
1974–75 70 29 36 5 - 260 288 63 3rd East Lost semi-final
1975–76 72 22 42 8 - 278 347 52 5th East Lost preliminary
1976–77 72 8 53 11 - 218 464 27 4th East Out of playoffs
1977–78 72 29 38 5 - 363 405 63 3rd East Lost East Division final
1978–79 72 18 47 7 - 297 481 43 4th East Out of playoffs
1979–80 72 47 24 1 - 429 311 95 1st East Won championship
1980–81 72 49 21 2 - 423 315 100 1st East Lost East Division final
1981–82 72 48 24 0 - 465 368 96 2nd East Lost final
1982–83 72 48 24 0 - 397 281 96 2nd East Lost East Division semi-final
1983–84 72 48 23 1 - 426 284 97 1st East Lost final
1984–85 72 43 28 1 - 387 298 87 3rd East Lost East Division semi-final
1985–86 72 45 26 1 - 384 295 91 3rd East Eliminated in round-robin
1986–87 72 31 37 4 - 332 356 66 5th East Lost East Division quarter-final
1987–88 72 39 29 4 - 342 286 82 5th East Lost East Division quarter-final
1988–89 72 23 43 6 - 306 358 52 8th East Out of playoffs
1989–90 72 34 31 7 - 332 329 75 3rd East Lost East Division semi-final
1990–91 72 37 32 3 - 346 307 77 5th East Lost East Division semi-final
1991–92 72 31 36 5 - 300 298 67 7th East Out of playoffs
1992–93 72 35 36 1 - 322 313 71 4th East Lost East Division final
1993–94 72 34 36 2 - 308 341 70 7th East Lost East Division quarter-final
1994–95 72 26 43 3 - 269 306 55 7th East Lost East Division quarter-final
1995–96 72 37 33 2 - 316 284 76 3rd East Lost Eastern Conference semi-final
1996–97 72 42 27 3 - 326 259 87 3rd East Lost Eastern Conference quarter-final
1997–98 72 46 21 5 - 334 250 97 1st East Lost Eastern Conference semi-final
1998–99 72 24 43 5 - 238 312 53 5th East Out of playoffs
1999–00 72 32 34 6 5 234 255 75 3rd East Lost Eastern Conference quarter-final
2000–01 72 40 27 3 2 285 242 85 2nd East Lost Eastern Conference quarter-final
2001–02 72 40 20 4 8 252 192 92 2nd East Lost Eastern Conference quarter-final
2002–03 72 25 28 14 5 171 217 69 4th East Lost Eastern Conference quarter-final
2003–04 72 28 32 9 3 230 224 68 3rd East Lost Eastern Conference quarter-final
2004–05 72 12 50 4 6 154 285 34 5th East Out of playoffs
Season GP W L OTL SOL GF GA Points Finish Playoffs
2005–06 72 40 27 1 4 236 234 85 3rd East Lost Eastern Conference quarter-final
2006–07 72 36 28 2 6 234 220 80 2nd East Lost Eastern Conference semi-final
2007–08 72 44 22 4 2 217 206 94 1st East Lost Eastern Conference quarter-final
2008–09 72 27 39 1 5 228 265 60 5th East Out of playoffs


Team records

Team records for a single season
Statistic Total Season
Most points 100 1980–81
Most wins 49 1980–81
Most goals for 465 1981–82
Least goals for 154 2004–05
Least goals against 192 2001–02
Most goals against 481 1978–79


Individual player records for a single season
Statistic Player Total Season
Most goals Doug Wickenheiser 89 1979–80
Most assists Jock Callander and Dave Michayluk 111 1981–82
Most points Jock Callander 190 1981–82
Most points, rookie Dale Derkatch 142 1981–82
Most points, defenceman Darren Veitch 122 1979–80
Most penalty minutes Al Tuer 486 1981–82
Best GAA (goalie) Josh Harding 2.39 2001–02
Goalies = minimum 1500 minutes played



NHL alumni



Player sweaters retired



Staff

Coaching staff

  • Curtis Hunt - Head coach
  • Shaun Sutter - Assistant coach


Other staff

  • Brent Parker - General manager
  • Todd Ripplinger - Director of scouting
  • Greg Mayer - Athletic therapist/trainer
  • Leigh Fitzpatrick - Assistant trainer


CHL records

  • Most ties in one season with overtime, with 14 ties in 72 games in 2002–03
  • Longest winless streak with 36 winless games from October 23, 1976 through January 23, 1977
  • Longest winless streak on the road with 36 games from October 3, 1976 through March 27, 1977
  • 2nd most consecutive 40 win seasons with 7 from 1979–80 to 1985–86


NHL first round drafted Pats



Trivia

  • Baseball great Larry Walker once tried out for the Regina Pats as a goaltender.


  • Washington Natonals Outfielder, Nyjer Morgan, had a stint with the Regina Pats in 1999–2000. He played 7 games for the Pats, registering 2 goals and 20 penalty minutes.


See also



External links



References

  • 2005–06 WHL Guide



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