Saturday, March 20, 2010

REGINA PATS GRADS WHO PLAYED

IN THE NHL - 1974-75 to 1983-84


Drew Andrew Callander (RW) - Played three season with the Regina Pats, including a Memorial Cup championship in his rookie season in 1974. He scored 75 goals, 78 assists in 191 games; plus 13 goals, 17 assists in 33 play-off games with the Pats. NHL draft 35th overall in 196 by the Philadelphia Flyers and 30th overall by the Edmonton Oilers of the WHA. Was called up and sent back down for his first three season with Philadelpia, then traded to Vancouver Canucks in 1978. Sent down by the Canucks, played one more season in minors, then left for five season in Germany. Returned home for one more season in minors before retiring with six goals and two assists in 36 NHL games. Born in 1955 in Regina. Older brother of Regina Pats scoring star Jock. Was assistant coach with the Regina Pats from 1998-2004 and helped the team in the 2000-01 Memorial Cup Tournament in Regina.

Rob Tudor (RW) - Had a successful, high-scoring junior career, scoring 111 goals, 125 assists in 213 games; plus 11 goals, 9 assists in 16 play-off games. helped the Pats win the Memorial Cup in 1974 in his rookie season, scoring one goal in three games. Born in 1956 in Cupar, Saskatchewan. NHL draft 98th overall by Vancouver Canucks and 77th overall by the San Diego Mariners of the WHA. He could not crack the Canucks and signed as a free agen with the St. Louis Blues of the NHL in 1982-83, but could not make the big-league roster there either. Scored four goals and four assist in 28 NHL games. Played in the minor leagues until 1987. He made the second all-star in the Central Hockey League (CHL) in 1980. Was head coach of the Saskachewan Junior Hockey League's Minot Top Guns in 1984-85.

Gerald Robert Minor (C) - Success as a scorer with the Regina Pats from 1974-78, scoring 102 goals and 154 assists in 201 games, plus 15 goals, 31 assists in 30 play-off games. NHL draft 90th overall by the Vancouver Canucks in 1978. A steady role player for the Canucks for parts of five seasons, including 74 games as a rookie in 180-81 when he played on a checking line and scored six short handed goals and was plus 4 for the season. In 1981-82 he was injured for part of the season, but rejoined the team for their run to the Stanly Cup final which they lost. Most of his last five seasons were in minors and he retired in 1987. Born in 1958 in Regina. His NHL totals were 11 play-off games. goals, 31 assists in 140 games; plus one goal and three assists in 12 play-off games

Gordon Alexander Wappel (D) - Spent four season with the Regina Pats, from 1974-78, as a stong stay-at-home defenceman. Born in 1953 in Regina. NHL draft 80th overall by Atlanta Flames in 1978. He scored 19 goals, 89 assists in 218 games; plus 5 goals, 7 assists in 24 play-off games for the Pats. Played two games with Atlanta in 1979-80, then the team relocated to Calgary. Played 18 more NHL games in parts of two or more season and wound up with one goal and one assist in 20 NHL games. Retired in 1982-83.



Dirk Graham (RW) - After a solid junior career, plus five years as a scoring star in the minor leagues, made it the NHL in 1985-86, and began a successful NHL career. Born in 1959 in Regina. Played from 1975-79 with the Regina Pats and scored 134 goals, 159 assists, and 405 minutes in penalty minutes (252 of those in the 1978-79 season) in 210 games. He scored 16 goals, 20 assists in 19 play-off games. NHL draft 89th overall by Vancouver Canucks but never got a chance with the team. Signed as a free agent with Minnesota North Stars, then had back-to-back 20 goals seasons. Represented Canada as it finished fourth at the world championship in 1986-87. Traded to chicago Blackhawk early in the 1987-88 season and had a very successful career there. Scored at least 20 goals four different seasons and was captain from 1989-95. Helped team to the Stanley Cup final in 1992. Was awarded Frank Selke Troply for best defensive forward in 1991 and was part of the Canadian team that won the Canada Cup in 1991. Retired after the lockout-shortened season of 1994-95. Assistant coach of Chicago Blackhawks in 1995-96 and head coach in 1998-99. Was head coach of Springfield Falcons of the American Hockey League (AHL) from 2004-06. His NHL totals: 219 goals, 270 assists and 917 penalty minutes in 772 games, plus 17 goals, 27 assists in 90 play-off games.

Earl Ingarfield Jr. (C) - Son of Earl Sr. (Coach of the Regina Pats 1970-71). Played just part of the 1976-77 season with the Pats before two more successful seasons with the Lethbridge Broncos. Scored just one goal for the Pats. Born in 1959 in Mahhasset, New York. Earl Sr. played for 13 season in the NHL. Earl Jr. was not selected in the 1979 draft but sined as a free agent with the Atlanta Flames of the NHL. Played part on one season with Atlanta, part of one season after the team moved to Calgary, then was traded to Detroit Red Wings and played part of on season there. Retired after the 1987 season. His NHL toals were four goals and fours assist in 39 games.

Greg Tebbutt (D) - The rugged enforcer played three season with the Regina Pats from 1975-78 including 40 games with the Pats, scoring 8 goals and 9 assist. NHL draft 130th by Minnesota North Star and 49th overal by the Birmingham Bulls of the World Hockey Association (WHL). Played 38 games in Birmingham in 1975-78, then was claimed by Quebec Nordi1ues when the WHL merged with the NHL. Signed as a free agent with Pittsburgh Penguins in 1983, but mainly saw action in the minors. Born in 1952 in North Vancouver, British Columbia. NHL totals, 3 assists, 35 penalty minutes in 26 games and the WHA totals, 2 goals, 5 assists and 83 penalty minutes in 38 games. Won the Eddie Shore Award while playing for Baltimore Skipjacks in 1982-83. Retired in 1988.

Kevin Krook (D) - Started junior in 1975-76 with New Westminster Bruins, then joined Calgary Centennials in 1976-77. Was traded to the Regina Pats of the 1976-77 season and played with the Pats. Born in 1958 in Cold Lake, Alberta. He scoed 13 goals, 69 assists, 321 penalty minutes in 106 games for the Pats. NHL draft was 142nd overall by the Colorado Rockies in 1978. Played three games (no points) for the Rockies in 1978-79 and the rest of the season played with Muskegon Mohawks before retiring in 1979.



Darren William Veitch (D) - The defenceman with a blooming shot from the point, played from 1976 (one game) to 1980. In his final season the team advanced to the Memorial Cup, but failed to capture the trophy. He was born in 1960 in Saskatoon. With the Regina Pats he scored 53 goals, 161 assists in 214 games, plus 13 goals, 20 assist in 27 play-off games. NHL draft firth overall by Washington Capitals in 1980, but was overshadowed by the sixth pick - Paul Coffey, taken by Edmonton Oilers. Went up and down between minors and Capitals for four years before making the NHL team. Was traded in 1986 to Detroit Red Wings and in 1988 to the Toronto Maple Leafs. Darren finished his career in the minors and retired in 1999. NHL scored 46 goals, 209 assists in 511 games, plus had 4 goals, 11 assists in 33 play-off games.

Mike Walter Blaisdell (C/RW) - A pure goal scorer. He played on 6 games with the Pats in 1977-78 (5 goals, 5 assists) then spent the next season at the University of Wisconsin. Convinced to return to the Regina Pats in 1979-80 and scored 71 goals, 109 assists in just 63 games, helping the team advance to the Memorial Cup. Mike scored 20 goals, 16 assists in 31 play-off games. Was born in 1960 in Moose Jaw. NHL draft selected 11th overall by the Detroit Red Wings in 1980. He split first pro season in minors and with Red Wings, then spent the next 2 seasons with the Red Wings. Was traded to New York Rangers in 1983, clained in waiver draft by Pittsburgh Penguins in 1985 and signed as a free agents by Toronto Maple Leafs in 1987. Played for the Canadian National Team and a team in Germany in 1989-90 season. Began high-scoring career in Great Britian in 1990-91 and played through to 2000-01. Head Coach of Sheffield of the AHL from 2001-04, Assistant Coach with the Regina Pats in 2004-05 and Head Coach of Nottingham in the Great Britain League in 2005-06. NHL scored 70 goals, 84 assists in 343 games; plus a goal and 2 assists in 6 play-off games.

Doug Wickenheiser (C) - A great scorere in junior, he never got the chance to show his skills in the NHL. With the Regina Pats he scored 158 goals, 194 assists in 207 games; including an incredible 89 goals, 81 assists in 71 games in the 1979-80 season. He led the team to the Memorial Cup Tournament in 1980, scored 18 goals, 31 assists in 31 play-off games. NHL draft first overall by the Montreal Canadiens. He never met the great expectations of the Hab's fans who wanted the team to pick local favourite Denis Savard. After 3 mediocre seasons in Montreal, was traded to St. Louis Blues, but suffered a serious knee injur. Claimed by Vanouver Canucks in 1987 waiver draft, signed as a free agent by the New York Rangers in 1988 and signed as a free agent by Washington Capitals in 1989. Played 1990-91 in Italy and 1991-91 in Germany and Austria. Came back to North America for 2 more seasons in the minors before retiring in 1994. NHL totals, 111 goals, 165 assists in 556 games; plus 4 goals, 7 assists in 41 play-off games. He is the older brother Regina Pats Kurt and cousin of Olympic champion Hayley, one of the best female hockey players in the world. Doug was born in 1961 in Regina. Diagnosed with inoperable cancer in 1997 and battled the disease for 2 years before he died January 12, 1999 in st. Louis at the age of 37. There is a ring in northwest Regina that is named the Doug Wickenheiser Arena in his honour. The Regina Pats retired his jersey number in 1999.

Jim Leavins (LW) - Played just 9 games with the Regina Pats in 1978-79, scoring 1 goals and 1 assist. Born in 1960 in Dinsmore, Saskatchewan. Played 4 seasons at the University of Denver from 1980-81 to 1983-84, making the first all-star team in 1984. Signed as a free agent by the Detroit Red Wings in 1985-86, saw limited time in the NHL with Detroit and New York Rangers. Played internationally in Finland, Sweden and Italy as well as on the Canadian National team. Retired in 1993. NHL totals - 2 goals, 12 assists in 41 games.



Jock Darren Callander (C) - Started slowly with the Regina Pats, but his final 2 seasons scored 343 points. Totalled 158 goals, 210 assists in 201 games; plus 27 goals, 38 assists in 49 play-off games. Helped the Pats to the Memorial Cup in 1980, only to have the team lose. Undrafted despite great scoring totals, signed as a free agent by St. Louis blues, but never played a game with them. Led the WCHL in scoring in 1981-82. Was born in 1961 in Regina, younger brother of Regina Pats player Drew. Called up in 1991-92 by Pittsburgh Penguins for the play-offs and was part of the Stanley Cup winning team. Signed as a free agent by Tampa Bay Lightning in 1992-93. Spent most of his career with Muskegon/Cleveland Lumberjacks of the International Hockey League and spent most of his hockey career with his best friend and junior teammated Dave Michayluk. Became IHL's all-time points leader in 199-200 when he scored his 1,383rd point. Retired after that season. NHL totals were 22 goals, 29 assists in 109 games; plus 3 goals, 8 assists in 22 play-off games. Was a player/assistant coach with Cleveland in 1998-99 and assistant coach in 2000-01 plus assistant coach of Houston aeros in 2001-02.

Dave Michayluk (RW) - Like his best friend and Regina Pats teammated Jock Callander, he never got more than a small taster of the NHL action. Short but great junior career, one game in 1979-80, then third in team scoring and WHL rookie-of-the-year in 1980-81. Was second in scoring with 62 goals, 173 points in 1981-82. Second-team all-star in 1982. WCHL regular-season totals were 124 goals, 183 assists in 145 games; plus 21 goals, 36 assists in 23 play-off games. NHL draft 65th overall by Philadelphia Flyers in 1981 and called up for one game in 1981-82 as injury replacement. Played 13games with Flyers in 1982-83, then began lengthy, successful carerr in minors. Began a 12-year association with Muskegon/Cleveland Lumberjacks in 1985-86. Second-team IHL all-star in 1985, 1992 and 1993. First-team IHL all-star in 1987, 1988, 1989 and 1990, scoring more than 100 points in each of those seasons. Won the Leo P. Lamoreaux trophy in 1989 as IHL's leading scorer and also won the MVP award and the play-off MVP award. Signed as a free agent by Pittsburgh in 1989 and was called up in 1992 for the Stanley Cup play-offs and helped the team with the Cup. Dave retired in 1997 with 2 goals and 6 assists in 14 NHL games; plus 1 goals, 1 assists in 7 play-off games. Was born in 1961 in Wakaw.

Sandy Beadle (LW) - Played just two games with the Pats in 1978-79 season, scoring one goal and one assist. Played two years at Northwestern University and was an All-American in 1981.

Was drafted 149th overall by Winnipeg Jets in 1980 and played six games with the Jets in 1981. Scored one goal. Was born in Regina in 1960. Finished his career in the minors and retired in 1984.





Ron E. Flockhart (C) - Played two years in the BCJHL before joining the Regina Pats for the 1979-80 season. Scored 54 goals and 76 assists in 65 WCHL games, added 11 goals and 23 assists in 13 play-off games in helping the Pats to the Memorial Cup Finals. Scored 3 goals and 6 assists in a losing effort in the Memorial Cup. Was born in 1960 in Smithers, B.C. Signed as a free agent with Philadelphia Flyers of the NHL in 1980. His unique style on the ice was called "Flocky Hockey". Scored 33 goals as a rookie in 1981-82, then added 28 next season before being traded to Pittsburgh early in the 1983-84 season. Was traded to Montreal in 1984, traded to St. Louis in 1985 and then to Boston Bruins in 1988. Played just four games with Boston, then began a five-year career in Italy. Ended his NHL career with 145 goals and 183 assists in 453 games and added four goals and six assists in 19 NHL play-off games. Retired in 1991. Coached three years in the CHL (1992-95) and three years in the WCHL (1995-98).

Al MacInnis (D) - Played 1979-80 season with the Regina Pat s of the SJHL, then joined the Pats for two games near the end of the season, but had no points. Played for the Kitchener Rangers from 1980-82, helping them advance to the Memorial Cup in both seasons and winning it in 1981-82. Names OHL's best defenceman in 1982-83 and OHL first all-star in 1982-83. Born in 1963 in Port Hood, N.S. He was drafted 15h overall by Calgary Flames in 1981 and played 13 seasons, leading them to a Stanley Cup Championship in 1989. Won Conn Smythe Trophy in 1989. Traded to St. Louis Blues in 1994. Won Norris Trophy as best Defenceman in NHL in 1999. Inducted into the Hockey Hall of Fame in 2007. Played for Canada at the Winter Olympics in 1998 and 2002, winning the Gold Medal in 2002. Played for Canada in the Canada Cup in 1991 and was named to all-star team. Played for Canada in world championship in 1990. First team NHL all-star in 1990, 1991, 1999 and 2003 and a second team all-star in 1987, 1989 and 1994. Seven-time winner of hardest Shot competition at NHL all star game. Played only three games in 2003-04 because of an eye injury and retired after lock out season of 2004-05. Blues retired his number 2 Jersey in 2006 and he was named Vice-President of hockey operations for the team that year. Scored 340 goals, 934 assists and 1,511 penalty minutes in 1,416 NHL regular season games and added 39 goals, 121 assists and 255 penalty minutes in 177 play-off
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Jim McGeough (C) - Played just 10 games with Pats in 1979-80 and just four in 1980-81 before being traded to Billings Bighorns where he turned into being an excellent scorer. Born in 1963 in Regina. Was on the Pats roster for the 1980 Memorial Cup. Scored two goals and six assists in 14 games with Pats and added two goals in six WHL play-off games. Was drafted 100th overall by Washington Capitals in 1981. Was called up in 1983-84 by the Capitals, then traded in 1985 to Pittsburgh Penguins. Played mainly in minors before retiring after the 2000-01 season. Also played in Austria and Britain and four seasons in a roller hockey league. Scored seven goals and 10 assists in 57 NHL games.

Garth Butcher (D) - The scrappy stay-home defenceman had a great NHL career, playing just under 900 games. Played for the Regina Pat Blues of the SJHL in 1979-80 season before joining the Pats late in the season and through the play-off, plus the successful Memorial Cup Tournament. Played two more solid seasons with Pats, tallying 33 goals and 159 assists in 147 games, plus eight goals and 34 assists in 39 play-off games. The rugged defender had 568 penalty minutes in the regular season and 155 penalty minutes in the play-offs. WHL first-team all-star in 1981 and 1982 and represented Canada at the world junior championship in 1982, winning the gold medal. Helped Pats advance to the 1982 league final, but the team lost to Portland Winter Hawks. Born in 1963 in Regina. Drafted 10th overall by Vancouver Canucks in 1981. Offensive totals of junior eluded him in NHL, but his came a physical presence in his own end. Traded to St. Louis Blues in 1990-91 and captained the team in 1991-92. Represented Canada at the world championship in 1992. Traded to Quebec Nordiques in 1993-94 and Toronto Maple Leafs in 1994-95. Played in the NHL all-star game in 1993. Retired in 1995 with 48 goals and 158 assisted in 897 NHL games and six goals and five assists in 50 NHL play-off games.

Allan T. Tuer (D) - The tough physical blueliner was known more for his fisticuffs than scoring prowess. Played with Pats from 1980 to 1983 and tallied five goals and 52 assists and 793 penalty minutes in 165 games. Had four assists and 191 penalty minutes in 26 WHL play-off games. helped Pats get to the league final in 1982 but lost to Portland Winter Hawks. Born 1963 in Regina. Drafted 186th overall by Los Angeles kings in 1981 NHL draft. Played 45 games for Kings in 1985-86. Signed as free agent by Edmonton Oilers in 1986-87. claimed by Minnesota in 1987 waver draft. Signed as free agent by Hartford Whalers in 1988. Retired in 1993 with one goal, one assist and 208 penalty minute in 57 NHL games. Became assistant coach of Cincinnati Cyclones of the IHL. Head Coach of WHL's Moose Jaw Warriors from 1993 to 1998. Head Coach of Austin Ice Bats of WPHL in 1998-99 and Head Coach of Tri-City Americans of WHL in 2000-01.

Todd Kenneth Strueby (C) - Born 1963 in Lanigan. Starred with Notre Dame Hounds, scoring 105 points in 58 games, before joining the Regina Pats for the 1980-81 season. Traded to Saskatoon Blades the following season. Scored 18 goals and 27 assists in 71 games with Pats and added three goals and six assists in 11 play-off games. Won gold medal with Canada at the 1982 World Junior Championship. Drafted 29th overall by Edmonton Oilers in 1981. Played just five NHL games and registered one assist. Assistant Coach with Regina Pats form 2007-2009.



Gary Leeman - D/LW/RW - Standout defenceman, played from 1981-83 with the Regina Pats. Born 1964 in Wilcox, Saskatchewan, played with the home town Notre Dame Hounds. Scored 43 goals and 103 assists in 135 games with Pats and two goals, seven assisted in eight play-off games. Helped Canada win the Bronze Medal in 1983 World Junior Championship. First team WHL all-star in 1983. Helped Pats advance to the 1982 League Final. Drafted 24th overall by Toronto Maple Leafs in 1982. Switched to forward, scored 12 points as a rookie in 193-84. Scored 51 goals for Leafs in 1989-90 and played in the all-star game that season. Only Pat to score 50 goals in the NHL. Shoulder injury dropped him to 17 goals the following season and early in 1991-92 was a key par of the trade that brought Doug Gilmour to the Leafs from the Calgary Flames. Never rediscovered the scoring touch with Calgary, Montreal Canadiens, Vancouver Canucks or St. Louis Blues. Ended his career four season in Germany and Switzerland. Retiring in 1999. Tallied 199 goals and 267 assists in 667 NHL games and eight goals and 16 assists in 36 play-off games.

Lyndon Byers (RW ) - Hard-nosed tough winger played with Pats from 1981-84 and compiled decent scoring totals in junior. Played with Canada at the 1984 World Junior Championship. Born 1964 in Saskatoon. Tallied 82 goals and 120 assists in 185 games, along with 476 penalty minutes. Added 23 goals, 25 assists and 142 penalty minutes in 48 play-off games. helped pats advance to the League Finals in 1982 and 1984, losing both times. Drafted 39th overall by the the Boston Bruins in 1982 and played 10 games with them in 1983-84. Played in minors until finally cracking big club to stay in 1987-88. Grinder who worked hard in corners and usually tangled with the toughest foes in the NHL. Played with Bruins through 1991-92. Signed as a free agent with San Jose Sharks in 1992. Retired in 1995 after three more years in the minors. Scored 28 goals, 43 assists in 279 NHL games and accumulated 1,091 penalty minutes and two goals, two assists and 96 penalty minutes in 37 play-off games.

Nevin G. Markwart (LW) - Played parts of just two seasons with Pats, tallying 29 goals and 51 assists in 68 games, plus two assists and 82 penalty minuted in 21 WHL play-off games. Helped Pats to 1982 League Final. A tough forward with a willingness to take on bigger opponents. Was drafted 21st overall by Boston Bruins in 1983. played 1983-84 season with Bruins as a rookie, but split 1984-85 between Boston and the minors. Back with the big club in 1985-86. claimed in 1992 waiver draft by Calgary Flames. Played just 10 games with Calgary, left for Switzerland and ended season and career in AHL. Scored 41 goals and added 68 assists in 308 NHL games and one goals in 19 play-off games. Born 1964 in Toronto.

John Minor (D) - The steady defenceman was called up for the final 10 games of the 1980-81 season, then spent the next three complete seasons with the Pats. Born 1965 in moose Jaw. Scored 68 goals and 120 assists in 217 WHL games and 14 goals and 36 assists in 53 play-off games. Was part of 1981-82 teams that lost the League Final to Portland Winter Hawks and the 193-84 team that lost the League Final to Kamloops Junior Oilers. WHL first-team all-star in 1985. Helped Canada win Gold Medal at the World junior Championship in 1985. Drafted 220th overall by Edmonton Oilers in 1983. Finally played for Oilers in 1987-88, two goals and three assists in 14 games - his only NHL appearance. Traded to Los Angeles kings in 1988, but never played, headed to Europe instead. Lengthy career overseas in Austria, Switzerland and Germany. Played 2007-08 season for Morzine-Averiaz in France.

Taylor Hall (LW) - Played three season with the Pats, his best a 142-point season in 1983-84. Part of the team that lost League Final to Portland Winter Hawks in 1982 and to the Kamloops junior Oilers in 1984. First Team All-Star in 1984. Scored 114 goals and 151 assists in 189 WHL games and added 23 goals and 23 assists in 39 play-off games. Born 1964 in Regina. Drafted 116th overall by Vancouver Canucks in 1982 draft and broke in with the team in 1983-84. Injured a knee in the 1984-85 season and signed as a free agent with the Boston Bruins. Played briefly for one season with Boston and finished his playing career in Europe and the minors, playing his final season in 1995-96. Tallied seven goals and nine assists in 47 NHL games. Coached in New Mexico in 1996-97 and Corpus Christi from 1998-2002.

Esa Tikkanen (LW) - Played for Regina Pat Blues in 1981-82 as part of an exchange from Finland. Played two games that season for the Pats, but scored no points. Drafted 80th overall by Edmonton Oilers in 1983 and joined the team for the 1985 play-offs after the World Championships ended. Won four Stanley Cups with Oilers. played on a line with Wayne Gretzky and Jari Kuri from 1986-89, compiling seasons of 78, 74 and 79 points while with those great line mates. Traded to New York Rangers in 1993 and won a Stanley Cup - his fifth - with that team. Then began the journeyman stage of his career being traded to St. Louis Blues in 1994, traded to New Jersey Devils, then to the Vancouver Canucks in 1995 and back to New York Rangers in 1996-97. Signed as a free agent with Florida Panthers in 1997, was traded to Washington Capitals in 1998 and wound up back with New York Rangers as a free agent in 1998. Retired in 2005 after three more season in Europe. Born 1965 in Helsinki, Finland. Compiled 244 goals and 286 assists in 877 NHL regular-season games and added 72 goals and 60 assists in 186 play-off games.

Stu Grimson (D) - The tough guy - known as the "Grim Reaper" - played for the Pats from 1982-85 helping the team to the League Final in 1984, losing to Kamloops Junior Oilers. Scored 32 goals, 41 assists and had 484 penalty minutes in 182 WHL games, added one goal and three assists in 34 play-off games. After his Junior career ended, played two seasons with University of Manitoba. Drafted 186th overall by Detroit Red Wings in 1983 NHL draft, then chosen 143rd overall by Calgary Flames in 1985 draft. Turned pro in minors in 1987-88. claimed on waivers by Chicago Black Hawks in 1990. Claimed by Anaheim Mighty Ducks in 1993 expansion draft. Traded to Detroit Red Wings in 1995 and claimed on waivers by Hartford Whalers in 1996. Traded to Anaheim in 1998, signed as a free agent by Los Angeles in 2000 and signed as a free agent by Nashville Predators in 2001. Missed most of 2001-02 season with concussion and retired in 2002. Scored 17 goals, added 22 assists and racked up 2,113 penalty minutes in 729 NHL games and added one goal, one assist and 120 penalty minutes in 42 play-off games. Born 1965 in Vancouver.

Rocky J. Dundas (C) - Born 1967 in Regina. The forward played just one game with the Pats in 1982-83, registering no points. Went onto play for Kelowna Wings, Spokane Chiefs and Medicine Hat Tigers in the WHL. Won the Memorial Cup with Medicine Hat Tigers in 1986-87. Drafted 47th overall by Montreal Canadiens in 1985, but never cracked the lineup. Signed as a free agent with Toronto Maple Leafs in 1989 and played his only five NHL games with them in 1989-90, registering no points and retiring at the end of that season.



Selmar Odelein (D) - A strong defenceman with the Pats from 1982-86. He helped the team to the 1984 final, only to lose to Kamloops Junior Oilers. Played for Canada at the World junior Championship twice, winning the Gold Medal in 1985 and the Silver in 1986. Second team all-star in 1985. Scored 46 goals and 105 assist in 172 WHL regular-season games and added 11 goals and 15 assists in 35 play-off games. Helped Pats advance to the League Final in 1984, losing to Kamloops. Older brother of NHL defenceman Lyle. Born 1966 at Quill Lake. Drafted 21st overall by Edmonton Oilers in 1984. Serious knee injury in 1986-87 while playing in minors hurt his chances of an NHL career. Joined national team in 1989-90, then played four seasons in Europe before retiring in 1994. Had two assists in 18 NHL games.

Doug Trapp (LW) - Joined the Regina Pats at played during the 1982-83 season. Scored well in three season with the Pats. He had 114 goals and 138 assists in 202 WHL games. Helped Pats to the 1984 WHL League Finals against the Kamloops Junior Oilers. Scored 19 goals and 21 assists in 26 WHL play-off games. Drafted 29th overall by Buffalo Sabres in 1984. Played two seasons in the AHL and only two games with Buffalo in the NHL, going scoreless. Was Born 1965 in Balcarres.




Brent Fedyk (RW) - Offensive-minded winger started with Regina Pats from 1983-87 before being traded in final WHL season to Seattle Thunderbirds and then Portland Winter Hawks. Helped Pats to the 1984 WHL League Final which they lost to Kamloops Junior Oilers. WHL second-team all-star in 1986. Scored 102 goals, 103 assists in 192 WHL games, and had 13 goals, 12 assists in 36 play-off games. Chosen eighth overall by Detroit Red Wings in the 1985 NHL draft. Helped AHL's Adirondack Red Wings win the Calder Cup in 1989. Traded to Flyers in 1992-93 season. Traded to Dallas Stars in the middle of the 1995-96 season. Signed as a free agent by New York Rangers in 1998. Played 1999-2000 season in Germany and retired at the end of the season. Ended NHL career with 97 goals, 112 assists in 470 games and three goals and two assists in 15 play-off games.

Dave Goertz (D) - An aggressive player in his own zone, played two seasons with the Regina Pats (1981-83). Scored nine goals and 41 assists in 136 WHL games with the Pats and added 313 penalty minutes. Scored on goal and four assist in 24 WHL play-off games and helped the Pats to the 1982 League Final, losing to Portland Winter Hawks. Traded to Prince Albert Raiders in 1984 and helped them win the Memorial Cup. Names to the memorial Cup all-star team. Drafted 223rd overall by Pittsburgh Penguins in 1983. Played mainly in the minors, called up for only two NHL games in 1987-88 and registered no points. Retired in 1991. Born 1965 in Edmonton.


Robert Dirk (D) - The big rearguard played three seasons with the Pats. He helped them to the League Final in 1984, which the team lost to Kamloops Junior Oilers. He had 31 goals, 104 assists in 204 WHL games and 4 goals, 17 assists in 41 play-off games. Second team WHL all-star in 1986. Drafted 53rd overall by St. Louis Blues in 1984. Born 1966 in Regina. Up and down betwee Blues and minor leagues until 1990-91. Traded to Vancouver Canucks in 1991, traded to Chicago Black Hawks in 1994, then to Anaheim Mighty Ducks, also in 1994. Traded to Montreal Canadiens in 1996, his last NHL stop. retired in 1998 with 13 goals, 29 assists and 786 penalty minutes, plus one assist in 39 play-off games. Coached in the UHL from 1997-200, Coached in WCHL from 2000-02 and ECHL from 2003-04.

Brad Lauer (LW) - The hard-working winger registered back-to-back 30-goal seasons with the Pats in the final two of his three seasons (1983-86). Helped the Pats to the League Final, losing to Kamloops Junior Oilers in 1984. He had 74 goals, 91 assists in 189 WHL games and 10 goals, 12 assists in 34 play-off games. Born 1966 in Humboldt. Drafted 34th overall by New York Islanders in 1985. Played rookie season with Islanders in 1986-87, but missed most of 1988-89 season with a knee injury. Traded to Chicago Black Hawks in 1991, signed as a free agent by Ottawa Senators in 1994 and signed as a free agent by Pittsburgh Penguins in 1995. Played in the minors before joining Sheffield in the British league as a Assistant playing Coach in 2001-02. Retired from playing with 44 goals, 67 assists in 323 NHL games, plus seven goals, five assists in 34 play-off games. Was Assistant Coach with Kootenay Ice of the WHL from 2002-07 and assistant coach with IHL's Milwaukee Admirals in 2007-08. Named assistant coach with Ottawa Senators in 2009.