Wednesday, May 26, 2010

1926-27 - REGINA DISTRICT JUNIOR HOCKEY LEAGUE STANDINGS

TEAMGP.W..L.GFGAPTS
Regina Pats ................................
6
6
0
25
9
12
Regina Falcons
6
4
2
19
11
8
Indian Head Bengals
6
1
5
13
22
2
Regina Argos
6
1
5
8
23
2

REGINA DISTRICT JUNIOR HOCKEY LEAGUE SCORING

PLAYERS NAMETEAMGPG.A.PTSPIM
"Carnation" Downie ....
Regina Falcons .....
6
11
1
12
0
Harold March
Regina Falcons
6
8
3
11
4
Carl Bergl
Regina Falcons
6
6
1
7
0
Fred Metcalfe
Regina Pats
6
1
7
7
2
Ed Malone
Regina Pats
6
5
2
7
4
Harvey Dodge
Regina Pats
6
6
0
6
2

EXHIBITION GAMES

MonthDateDayVisitorsvsHomeScore
December
27
Mon.
Saskatoon Wesleys
vs.
Regina Pats
4-7
December
29
Wed.
Saskatoon Wesleys
vs.
Regina Pats
3-7
January
28
Fri.Regina Pats
vs.
Yorkton Jr.
7-6 (2OT

REGINA DISTRICT JUNIOR HOCKEY LEAGUE SCHEDULE

MonthDateDayVisitorsvsHomeScore
December
17
Friday
Regina Argos
vs.
Regina Pats
3-6
December
22
Wednesday
Indian Head
vs.
Regina Pats
2-7
January
15
Saturday
Regina Pats
vs.
Indian Head
3-2
January
26
Wednesday
Regina Pats
vs.
Regina Falcons
3-0
February
14
Monday
Regina Pats
vs.
Regina Argos
3-2
February
17
Thursday
Regina Falcons
vs.
Regina Pats
0-3

SOUTH SASKATCHEWAN PLAY-OFFS

Webb Juniors did not take part in the play-off, defaulting to the Regina Pats

SASKATCHEWAN FINAL

March2Wed.Regina Patsvs.Saskatoon Welseys2-6
March
04
Friday
Saskatoon Wesleys
vs.Regina Pats
1-6
(2 OT)

WESTERN QUARTER-FINAL

March07
Monday
Blaimore Tuxis ....
vs.
Regina Pats .....
3-8
March09
Wednesday
Blaimore Tuxis
vs.Regina Pats
2-6

WESTERN CANADA SEMI-FINAL

Series played at the Winnipeg Shea Amphtheatre

March14
Monday
Regina Pats ...
vs.
Elmwood Millionaires
3-2
March16
Wednesday
Regina Pats
vs
Elmwood Millionaires
3-2

WESTERN FINAL - ABBOTT CUP

March18
Friday
Regina Pats ......
vs.
Port Arthur West Ends
2-1
March21
Monday
Regina Pats
vs.
Port Arthur West Ends
1-4

1927-1928 - SEASON

The Regina Pats and Regina Falcons joined as one team. The new club was called the Regina Monarchs. Howie Milne took over coaching duties from Al Ritchie due to Amateur hockey rules which would not permit Ritchie to coach the team from the players box due to connections with the professional aggregation (coaching the Regina Capitals in the Regina Pro League).

The Monarchs went on to win the Memorial Cup.