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Regina Pats Tickets
League: Western Hockey League
Former name: Regina Patricias
Head coach: John Paddock
Arena: Brandt Centre
Regina Pats TicketsThe Regina Pats were born as the Regina Patricias over 100 years ago in 1917. The team was named after the Princess Patricia's Canadian Light Infantry, the badge of which adorns the team's uniforms. In 1923, the team's name was officially shortened to the Pats. The Pats are the only junior team that dates back that many years, all the way to the year that the NHL was created. Back when the NHL sponsored junior teams, the Regina Pats were sponsored by the Montreal Canadiens. Legendary player Bill Hicke played with the Pats in three Memorial Cup championship games. After an NHL career that lasted for 729 games and included two Stanley Cups, Hicke returned to the Pats as a coach as well as a general manager. You do not have to look that far back in time to find exciting moments in the timeline of the Regina Pats. In 2018, the team brought the Memorial Cup back to Regina. You can see hockey history in person by picking up Regina Pats tickets at StubHub.
Who is part of the coaching staff for the Regina Pats?John Paddock is the current head coach and senior vice president of hockey operations for the Regina Pats. Prior to his work with the Pats, Paddock acted as the assistant general manager for the Philadelphia Flyers. The rest of the coaching staff includes Rob Muntain, who serves as the goaltending coach for the Regina Pats, and Greg Mayer, who is the team's athletic therapist/trainer.
Who are some of the rivals for the Regina Pats?There have been many rivals throughout the over 100-year history of the Regina Pats. Some of the most notable would be the Calgary Hitmen, the Kootenay Ice, the Lethbridge Hurricanes, the Red Deer Rebels, the Medicine Hat Tigers, the Swift Current Broncos, the Prince Albert Raiders, the Saskatoon Blades, the Brandon Wheat Kings and the Moose Jaw Warriors. Out of all these teams, it is likely that their most significant rivalry is with the Moose Jaw Warriors.
Are there any special promotions on Regina Pats home game nights?There are numerous promotions throughout the hockey season at Regina Pats home games. There are nights where a certain number of attendees get complimentary meal packages, game nights intended to spread awareness to important causes and events where memorabilia such as bobbleheads are given away. One of the most well-known promotional nights is the annual Teddy Bear Toss. It all culminates in Fan Appreciation Night, which takes place during one of the final home games of the regular season. During this game, the Pats give back to their loyal fans by giving away goodies all through the game.
What is the Brandt Centre at Evraz Place like to see a Regina Pats game?The Brandt Centre is located in the very heart of Regina and is the home of the Regina Pats. It has the capacity to hold 6,000 ice hockey fans and features executive-quality skyboxes as well as a full range of concessions. Concession items located throughout include high-quality standard fare such as hot dogs, pizza and cotton candy. You can also find local favorites such as mexi cactus fries, jalapeno pretzels and deep-fried mac and cheese balls. As far as beverages, Coca-Cola products, Great Western beer and other options are available. For patrons enjoying the corporate suites at the Brandt Centre when they attend a game, food can conveniently be ordered online prior to the start of the event.
Who are some notable players that have played for the Regina Pats?Several players that are known for their time as a Regina Pat are listed as being some of the Top WHL players ever. A few of those would be Jordan Eberle (2006-10), Clark Gillies (1971-74) and Doug Wickenheiser (1977-80).
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