Wednesday, August 18, 2010


Pats Unveil “Vintage” Jersey


Regina, Saskatchewan – The Regina Pats are ecstatic to unveil their brand new RBK “Vintage” jersey this afternoon. With over 90 years of history, there are many different jerseys the Pats could have picked from. The selected uniform is from the 1924-25 and 1925-26 seasons with the Pats winning the Memorial Cup in this jersey in 1925.

The jersey is cream coloured with the traditional red and royal blue piping. There are specially designed letters that spells “PATS” on the front between the horizontal red piping through the middle of the jersey. The current traditional Pats logo will be on the shoulders. The socks are also cream coloured with red piping and will be worn with blue pants and either the red or the blue Pats helmets.

They are now available for fans to purchase at the “Neutral Zone” and online at reginapats.com with adult jerseys for $124.99 and youth for $99.99

The Pats will debut the jerseys on the ice during their home opener on Sunday, September 26th as they host the Brandon Wheat Kings. It’s a 2pm afternoon matinee puck drop at the Brandt Centre.

To see the new “Vintage” jerseys and the rest of the Regina Pats for the upcoming 2010-11 season, purchase your season tickets now. Adult prices begin at just $199, which averages out to just over $5 per game! For more information, call 522-PATS, click on www.reginapats.com, or head to the Pats office located in the west entrance of the Brandt Centre.