Oil Kings sign Heward The #OilKings have signed 2003-born defenceman Blake Heward to a @TheWHL Standard Player Agreement. "Blake has continued to grow into his game since we listed him two seasons ago & had a very strong training camp." – President of Hockey Operations & General Manager Kirt […]
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In the past few seasons, the Regina Pats have been active just prior to the WHL trade deadline. Here are some of the trades the Pats have made in the week leading up to the January 10th deadline. The first date just happens to be January 3, one week […]
The 20-year-old shuffle is an inevitability every season in junior hockey. This season, the Pats are carrying four 19-year-olds, so that means they will have to move on from at least one for next season. It may be a trade or cutting a player; either way, a decision will have […]
The WHL announced the full schedule for the first-ever WHL U.S. Challenge Cup set to take place next month.
The Moose Jaw Warriors acquired 18-year-old goaltender Boston Bilous from the Prince Albert Raiders in exchange for a fifth-round pick in this year’s bantam draft and a seventh-round pick in the 2021 bantam draft
Daily Dose of the Dub: Silvertips acquire Kolle from Pats, Giants banged up, Anders back with Rebels and more
The Everett Silvertips acquired forward Ty Kolle from the Regina Pats for unsigned prospect Ean Somoza, a 2020 fourth-round pick (originally Seattle’s, acquired in Max Patterson trade) and a fifth-round pick in 2021.
Welcome to the third edition of Thursday Thoughts. First of all, Happy New Year to everyone, and thanks for following along with us. World Junior rules vs. Canadian Hockey rules Nolan Foote has been assessed with a game misconduct after this hit on Kristian Kovacik. pic.twitter.com/sgxeH2EcJF — TSN (@TSN_Sports) January […]
After parts of three season in Kamloops and Moose Jaw, Carson Denomie is back home. “It’s fun. I get to live at home and see my family all the time now,” said Denomie after his first game with the Regina Pats. Denomie scored 36 goals and added 23 assists in […]
The inevitable happened on Saturday night in Regina. Pats captain Austin Pratt rang a shot off the crossbar, but it didn’t go in. Unfortunately the goal light went on, the smoke and music fired up and the teddy bears came raining down. A few moments later the Brandt Centre PA […]
When a team is able to put up three goals in the first period of a game, chances are they are going on to collect two points. The Regina Pats were able to do just that, as they snuck a win from the Red Deer Rebels 4-3 in front of […]