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Thursday, January 19, 2017

FOUR PATS RANKED IN CSB RATINGS, TEAM STILL #1

Nick Henry photo courtesy Keith Hershmiller Photography
On Wednesday the Central Scouting Bureau released its mid-term rankings in advance of the 2017 NHL Entry Draft to be held in Chicago.

Topping the list is Brandon Wheat Kings forward Nolan Patrick who is the #1-rated skater in North America.

The Regina Pats fared well with winger Nick Henry ranked 25th, centre Jake Leschyhsyn rated 31st and defenceman Jonathan Smart slotted at #98.

Goaltender Jordan Hollett is the 4th-ranked goaltender in North America.  P.A.'s Ian Scott was the highest-rated WHL goalie coming in at #2 overall.
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Meanwhile the Canadian Hockey League announced the Week 17 edition of its Top 10 ranked teams in the nation.  The Regina Pats were again named the #1 team in Canadian junior hockey.

Here's the full Top 10:
1 - Regina Pats (29-5-6-1)
2 - Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds (31-10-2)
3 - London Knights (28-7-3-3)
4 - Everett Silvertips (28-6-7-1)
5 - Rouyn-Noranda Huskies (27-10-1-5)
6 - Erie Otters (29-10-2-1)
7 - Windsor Spitfires (27-8-5-2)
8 - Prince George Cougars (32-12-2)
9 - Saint John Sea Dogs (27-12-3-1)
10 - Owen Sound Attack (29-13-1)

Honourable Mention
Medicine Hat Tigers
Shawinigan Cataractes
Blainville-Boisbriand Armada

The Regina Pats return to action Friday evening when they welcome the Medicine Hat Tigers to the Brandt Centre in a 7:00 faceoff on 620 CKRM.

2 comments:

Anonymous said...

2,608 fans at Saskatoon Wed to watch them beat Med Hat. At least Saskatoon beat Kootenay's 1,600 attendance, lolololololol Move the Blades already.

Anonymous said...

We're #1✔ We're #1✔ We're #1✔ We're #1✔

Go Pats Go✔ Go Pats Go✔
Go Pats Go✔ Go Pats Go✔