Realty One

Tuesday, November 21, 2017


Regina, Saskatchewan – The Regina Pats Hockey Club is excited to announce their brand new retail location and new store branding.

The club has renamed their three locations to The Pats Store (logo attached). A new, state of the art store is open today on the West end of the Brandt Centre. New clothing lines are now available in the store.

We thought changing the name of the store to coincide with the grand opening of the new location was a perfect fit,” said Pats Chief Operating Officer Stacey Cattell. “The Pats Store is now in line with our team branding and will be easily identifiable in the community.”

With over 800 square feet of space, the shopping experience will be much improved and allows for the club to add more selection. The Pats have also purchased their very own jersey press and will now offer time-of-purchase customization.

The Pats will continue to operate the store at the East end of the Brandt Centre on game days as well as the retail store at their new business offices on the corner of Albert and Dewdney.

The new Pats Store will be open from Tuesday to Saturday, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. On game days the store will remain open until the conclusion of the third period.

The Pats will continue their U.S. Division road trip in Seattle against the Thunderbirds on Wednesday night at 9 p.m. Regina time on 620 CKRM. Next home game is Friday December 8 against the Kelowna Rockets. Tickets are available at, the Brandt Centre Box Office and at any Regina Safeway where Safeway Funzone Tickets are just $13 plus tax.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

There jersey press is a heat press for stick on letters and when they go in the wash a few times the names start to wrinkle than crack and the jersey looks awful .

The proper way is to have name stitched on the jersey, not heat presses and the difference is amazing.

Ask at the Pats store if there is any guaranty on the jersey if this happens.I have riders jersey that have lasted for many washes and years and look like day one as the proper way is to be stitched on.

Buyer beware.