The Regina Pats Hockey Club is preparing to take part in the 2019 Western Hockey League Bantam Draft on Thursday in Red Deer, Alberta.
The Pats will make five selections in the first three rounds of the draft, one in the first, one in the second and three times in the third round.
Here are Regina’s picks for the draft:
Via Lethbride (Leschyshyn/Henry Trade)
Saskatoon’s pick, via Vancouver (Joseph Trade)
Via Lethbridge (Leschyshyn/Henry Trade)
Saskatoon’s pick, Via Tri-City (Hyman Trade)
Prince Albert’s pick, via Lethbridge (Mahovlich Trade)
Via Winnipeg (Savoie Trade)
Swift Current’s pick, via Lethbridge (Leschyshyn/Henry Trade)
Via Victoria (McNabb Trade)
Via Spokane (Feist Trade)
This will be the first time the Pats have picked in the first round of the WHL Bantam Draft since 2014, when they took defenceman Dawson Barteaux 14th overall.
The Pats have picked 17th overall in the first round twice in their history; taking Myles Bell in 2008 and Grant Jacobson in 1998.
The 2019 Bantam Draft will begin at 8:30 a.m. on Thursday in Red Deer, Alberta.