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Monday, February 4, 2013


Wed, Jan 30 – Moose Jaw 3 @ Pats 2 SO
The Pats battled back in the second period after falling behind by two in the first period.  Stephen Hak and Braden Christoffer scored to force a shootout before Jordan Messier scored the game winner.  For highlights, click here.

Fri, Feb 1 – Brandon 2 @ Pats 3
In a back and forth affair, Lane Scheidl scored twice in the final frame to lead the Blue and White to the victory breaking the Pats out of their losing streak. Matt Hewitt made 22 saves in the win.  For highlights, click here.

Sat, Feb 2 – Pats 2 @ Brandon 5
The Wheat Kings jumped out to an early lead and never looked back as Ryan Pulock put up five assists in the win.  Braden Christoffer and Adam Brooks scored for the Pats.  For full recap, click here.

"He's a meat and potatoes guy. He bangs, he fights. He's (always) the same guy. At the end of the day he's being rewarded for hard work and keeping it simple. He has been going north-south. He goes to the net with and without the puck and he shows up to play every night."
– Pat Conacher on Braden Christoffer's recent play (Courtesy Greg Harder, Leader-Post)

Tues, Feb 5 – Lethbridge @ Pats
To start off a busy week, the Pats go head to head with the Lethbridge Hurricanes.  The Pats have wins in their previous two games against the 'Canes.  For tickets visit or call 522-PATS for more info about group tickets.  

Thurs, Feb 7 – Edmonton @ Pats
The reigning WHL Champions make their first appearance at the Brandt Centre this season.  The Oil Kings feature a host of elite talent including Griffin Reinhart (4th overall – NYI), Michael St. Croix (4th RD NYR), David Musil (31st overall – EDM) and Curtis Lazar (2013 NHL Draft).  For tickets to Thirsty Thursday at the 'Dome visit  

Sat, Feb 9 – Pats @ Brandon
For the third time in the week, the Blue and White go up against the Wheat Kings as they travel down the Trans-Canada to Brandon.  Catch all the action on 620 CKRM.  

Tues, Feb 5 – Lethbridge @ Pats (Next Home Game/Access 7 Broadcast)
Thurs, Feb 7 – Edmonton @ Pats (Thirsty Thursday)
Fri, Feb 15 – Swift Current @ Pats (Sasktel Blanket Night)
Sun, March 3 – Brandon @ Pats (Multi-Cultural Night)

It's the final Thirsty Thursday of the Regular Season when the Oil Kings are in town.  Big Beers are only eight dollars at the Brandt Centre all night.

If you can't make it to the game tomorrow night, make sure to tune into the broadcast on Access 7 beginning at 7 p.m. and don't forget to watch Pats TV on Access 7 Thursday nights at 7 p.m. for interviews, highlights and special features.

CN has teamed up with the Regina Pats to create a community ticket initiative to recognize and offer hockey tickets to charitable groups and community organizations. CN has a long tradition of supporting charitable and non-profit organizations.  For more information on the CN Ticket Program contact Pats Community Relations Coordinator, Nicole Bissonnette.

For game recaps, highlights and more Pats news, visit

(Courtesy Pats PR/Daniel Fink)


Anonymous said...

Where's all the pats fans? None left? All at the ticket office I guess. Turning in their season tickets.

Anonymous said...

Don't care anymore.

Anonymous said...

I'm here ! still a fan of Canadian Junior Hockey and the Regina Pats Hockey Club, you might recognize my " GO PATS GO " that I try to post every chance I get In support of the young people who play the game through the good times and the not so good, It Is what It Is, nothing I can do about the on Ice product but I keep on cheering on the team. " GO PATS GO " Blades????

Anonymous said...

to the last Anon... well I guess you have no life then huh. I got better things to do than sitting there watching them lose every night. I feel sorry for Pat conacher and the coaching staff in trying to get these kids to buy in to what he is teaching them. Just laziness. The product on hte ice sucks. There is a real psyche problem with this organization. it has been like this in the last 20 years.Like just making hte playoffs is good enough and oh wel if we lose in hte first round oh well. In parkers eyes ,its oh well at least hte building is full every night.

Anonymous said...

Let's Go Pats!!

Anonymous said...

I don't think the Pats are going to make the playoffs this year.

To the positive Anon poster who still supports them, good for're not alone. I will continue to go the games and enjoy our season tickets. My young goalie son looks up to these kids. To the Anon poster who claims we have no least we get out and support young kids who are playing a game they love. Remember...they are kids, not professional hockey players.

It does get very frustrating when they lose game after game but that won't stop me from supporting them. I hope the organization can figure out a way to turn it around and we can enjoy some winning streaks in the future.


Anonymous said...

A serious question to the Pat fans:

How come you guys are feeling sorry for Pat Conacher but you couldn't wait for Curtis Hunt to be gone? Are you just realizing that it's not your coaches fault? There is no winning culture in the organization anymore. Need a total overhaul to try and get that back. The The pats organization has had bigger problems than it's coaches the last several years.

Anonymous said...

Anon # 4, that's your prerogative, continue to do what you do and leave others out of your opinion. You have a personal problem or Issue with the hockey club, take It to ownership and management. " GO PATS GO "

Anonymous said...

To lC..... I go to my share of games thank you and have held season tickets for a few years. But to me its getting kind of sickening seeing them lose every year. Its good that your son looks up to them. Good for him.I did when I was young too.Like some can only support them so much and then get fed up. I know they are kids, but you look at other junior franchises and their success and how they build championship teams. Like some of us would like to see a championship here. We have not won the league since 1984. I agree with the last poster, there is no winning culture here any more. The attitude needs to change around here or the pats are going to lose fans.

Anonymous said...

I agree The pats organization has problems bigger than those whom coach the team.

Anonymous said...

To the last comment.... do you think ownership or management is going ot listen. the pats problem is not with management but with ownership. Think about it we have not made it past the first round of the playoffs since the parkers arrived. some media in this continues to denie that they have a problem even though you can see it every year with their lack of talent on the ice as opposed to other teams. Some sports media in this town think they are GMs too and don't value the avg fans opinion the ones that actually pay for tickets and actually support them. The pats are so glorified in this city that when they are losing its like oh well therte is no problem here. Well there is a problem here. there has been a problem for the last 30 some years,

Anonymous said...

If the Pats where a winning team for the last 30 years people would still Bi*ch and cry. I beleive this city is full of cry babies.

Regina sport fans are cry babies!!!

If I had to play in front of Regina fans I would play crappy too!!!

Anonymous said...

No if the pats were winning all the time us fans would be bragging. I guess to the last Anon... you have not lived here long enough have you. You must be from moose jaw.