Wednesday, April 4, 2012


1917-18111010978.73373.36Won SaskatchewanWeyburn Juniors
 1918-191814401649.11925.11Memorial Cup FinalistToronto University
 1919-20  6  150335.50427.00League FinalistRegina Vics
 1920-21  5  230142.80265.20Regina - 2 Team OnlyFinished Second to Vics
 1921-2213  931564.67282.33Memorial Cup FinalistFort William Canadians
 1922-23  8  521789.75172.13Western Semi FinalistCalgary Canadians
 1923-2412 930565.25322.67West Final-Abbott CupCalgary Canadians
 1924-251716101207.06342.00Memorial Cup ChampsAura Lee Juniors
 1925-26  7  430253.57152.14League FinalistRegina Falcons
 1926-27141220564.00302.14West Final-Abbott CupPort Arthur West Ends
  1927-28 - Regina Pats & Falcons Amalgamate become Monarchs - Memorial Cup Champs
 1928-2912910  493.77202.22West Semi-FinalCalgary Canadians
 1929-30181440363.2750.45Memorial Cup Champs West Toronto Nationalist
 1930-31141211423.0080.57West Final - Abbott CupElmwood Millionaires
 1931-3210811404.0030.37Provincial Finalist
Saskatoon Wesleys
 1932-33191333552.89150.79Memorial Cup FinalNewmaret Redman
 1933-349522342.78141.65Provincial FinalistSaskatoon Wesleys
   1934-35 - Regina Pats - Fold -
1946-473629702346.50732.03SJHL FinalistMoose Jaw Canucks
1947-4833221102066.241324.00SJHL FinalistMoose Jaw Canucks
1948-4933141811253.791464.42WJHL Semi-FinalistMoose Jaw Canucks
1949-5063342811253.791464.42Memorial Cup FinalistMontreal Canadiens
1950-5169442233424.962163.13West Final-Abbott Cup ....Winnipeg Monarchs
1951-5266441843214.942013.09Memorial Cup FinalistGuelph Biltmore Haters
1952-5343251621764.091573.65WJHL Semi-FinalEdmonton Oil Kings
1953-5452302022364.542343.29WJHL League FinalistEdmonton Oil Kings
1954-5569472113354.862022.93Memorial Cup FinalistToronto Marlboros
1955-5665402323224.952553.92Memorial Cup FinalistToronto Marlboros
1956-5758341952474.261873.22SJHL Semi-FinalPrince Albert Mintos
1957-5879542143644.612473.13Memorial Cup FinalistOttawa-Hull Canadiens
1958-5957312151863.281632.86SJHL Semi-FinalistEstevan Bruins
1959-6072412472773.851732.40SJHL FinalistFlin Flon Bombers
1960-6176482353384.452363.11Western Semi-FinalistEdmonton Oil Kings
1961-6272422283014.182012.79SJHL League FinalistMoose Jaw Canucks
1962-6360232892243.732183.63SJHL Quarter SemiEstevan Bruins
1963-64814130104105.063163.90SJHL Semi-FinalistEstevan Bruins
1964-6578521884135.742793.88Western Semi-FinalistEdmonton Oil Kings
1965-6665292973244.982784.28SJHL Quarter SemiWeyburn Red Wings
   1966-67 - The Start of the New - Western Canada Hockey League (WHL)
1966-6771402473965.582934.13CMJHL League FinalistMoose Jaw Canucks
1967-6864292782564.002533.95WCJHL Quarter Semi Flin Flon Bombers
1968-6978581913875.692213.25Memorial Cup FinalistMontreal Canadiens
1969-7046271812284.961713.72SJHL League FinalistWeyburn Red Wings
1970-7172294032163.002753.82WCJHL Semi-FinalistFlin Flon Bombers
1971-7286513143544.122753.20WCJHL League-FinalistEdmonton Oil Kings
1972-73723032103024.192873.99WCJHL Semi-FinalistFlin Flon Bombers
1973-74875719114605.292813.23Memorial Cup ChampsQuebec Remparts
1974-7481344252993.693284.05WCJHL Eastern FinalistSaskatoon Blades
1975-76781948112993.823774.83WCJHL Semi-FinalistVictoria Cougars
1976-7772853112183.034546.44WCJHL East Div. Last Not in Play-offs
1977-7884334654245.054765.66WCJHL Eastern Finalist Flin Flon Bombers
1978-7972184772974.134816.68WHL East Div.-Last Place
Not in Play-offs
1979-8094623115525.873914.17Memorial Cup Tournament Finish 3rd - 3 Teams
1980-8183572424805.793854.40WHL East Div. FinalistCalgary Wranglers
1981-8291593205716.214424.80WHL League FinalistPortland W. Hawks
1982-8377492804135.363043.95WHL East Div. Semi-FinalCalgary Wranglers
1983-8494623115385.603743.94WHL League FinalistKamloops Jr. Oilers
1984-8580473214305.443284.15WHL East Div. Semi-FinalMedicine Hat Tigers
1985-8682463514155.063544.32WHL E. Div. Round RobinFinish 5th in 6 Teams
1986-8775314043354.473714.52WHL E. Div.Quarter FinalMoose Jaw Warriors
1987-8876403243624.763714.08WHL E. Div.Quarter FinalS. Current Broncos
1988-8972234363084.283605.00WHL E. Div. Last PlaceNot in Play-offs
1989-9083403673824.603764.53WHL E. Div. Semi-FinalPr. Albert Raiders
1990-9180413633764.703414.27WHL E. Div. Semi-FinalMedicine Hat Tigers
1991-9272313653004.172984.14 WHL E. Div. 7th-8 Teams Not in Play-offs
1992-9385424213764.423714.36WHL E. Div. FinalistsS. Current Broncos
1993-9476353923194.203614.75WHL E. Div. Quarter FinalBrandon W. Kings
1994-9576264732843.743304.30WHL E. Div. Quarter FinalPr. Albert Raiders
1995-9683443723564.293253.95WHL E. Div. Semi-FinalPr. Albert Raiders
1996-9777433133424.502823.71WHL E. Div. Quarter FinalRed Deer Rebels
1997-9881512553674.532833.49WHL E. Div. Semi-FinalBrandon Wheat Kings
1998-9972244352383.313124.33WHL E. Div. 5th-6 TeamsNot in Play-offs
1999-00793533652573.252813.56WHL E. Div Quarter FinalSaskatoon Blades
2000-01834434323033.882643.38Memorial Cup Tournament3rd of 4 Team
2001-02774124482653.402092.68WHL E. Div Quarter FinalM. Jaw Warriors
2002-037726321451782.312302.99WHL E. Div Quarter FinalBrandon W King
2003-04762441   741592.092483.26WHL E. Div Semi FinalM. Jaw Warriors
2004-05721250   461542.142853.96WHL E. Div Finished LastNot in Play-offs
2005-05784231142533.242573.29WHL E. Div Quarter FinalSaskatoon Blades
2006-0782402262623.202533.09WHL E. Div. Semi FinalMed. Hat Tiger
2007-08784625432353.012312.96WHL E. Div Quarter FinalS. Curr. Bronco
2008-09722739152283.172653.68WHL E. Div. Conf.10thNot in Play-offs
2009-10722339732163.003124.33WHL E. Div. Conf.10th Not in Play-offs
2010-11723035342463.422783.86WHL E. Div. Conf.10thNot in Play-offs
2011-12773830722433.162393.10WHL E. Div Quarter FinalM. Jaw Warriors


Tuesday, April 3, 2012

            Regina Pats - Jordan Weal leaves a legacy 

April 03, 2012

As the Los Angeles Kings' prospect makes the transition from junior superstar to pro rookie, Weal departs as one of the greatest players in the storied history of the Pats' franchise.

By Greg Harder - Leader Post

REGINA, Saskatchewan  —  Jordan Weal may be leaving the WHL's Regina Pats, but not without leaving his mark. As the Los Angeles Kings' prospect makes the transition from junior superstar to pro rookie, Weal departs as one of the greatest players in the storied history of the Pats' franchise.

Weal joined some elite company this season by climbing to third place on Regina's all-time assists list (250) and fourth in points (385). As a result, the dynamic centre's name will forever be mentioned alongside legendary Pats such as Dale Derkatch, Mike Sillinger and Dennis Sobchuk.

"It's an honour to be up with some of those names and it's all thanks to my teammates; I couldn't have done it without them," Weal, 19, said before departing to join the AHL's Manchester Monarchs. "The biggest thing I'm trying to leave behind is that everyone knew I was a good person. The hockey stuff is great but if you can be a good person people around you have respect for you then that's really what it's all about. I was very fortunate to play with some great players but I think this past year (was about) trying to be more of a teammate."

From the time he arrived in Regina as a 15-year-old prospect, Weal quickly became known for two things: His extraordinary skill and rare competitive fire. Along with those traits came a reputation as a bit of a loner who preferred to reside in solitude as he prepared for practices and games.

Then, something changed.

"It was brought to my attention," explained Weal, crediting head coach Pat Conacher and assistants Malcolm Cameron and Josh Dixon. "I thought I really made strides in that department off the ice and became a better person. Pat, Josh and Malcolm, they're all really knowledgeable and helped me so much away from the ice about being a better teammate in the dressing room and being a better person off the ice. In the end hockey is just a game and there's so much more in life."
Conacher has seen much more from Weal, watching him mature before his eyes.

Despite the youngster's on-ice brilliance, Conacher has stated in the past that he was more proud of what Weal accomplished off the ice. While appreciating his professionalism, Conacher felt he was a little too serious and a little too hard on himself at times, which is why the head coach was so pleased to see Weal's intense guise replaced by the smile of a player who took the time to enjoy his teammates — and enjoy the ride.

"He really gave more of himself," said Conacher, who credited Weal for going out of his way to help Regina's young players. "He does such a great job of being prepared for each and every game he plays, and practice. But he stepped outside of his box. He was uncomfortable with it at first as far as working with the young guys and being more vocal and just being more happy around the room. Jordan really grew as a person this year."

And a player.

In the end, Weal did OK for a guy who was supposed to be too small to thrive in the WHL environment.
"This organization has given me the opportunity to come in when I was young and have success; that's all you can ask," said Weal. "It has been a really special time. I took a walk to the dressing room (for perhaps the last time on the weekend) and you think about memories you had in those spots. It's pretty cool because there's a lot of good ones and a lot of great people. It's something I'll cherish forever."

Although Weal is anxious to embark on a pro career, he does so with some mixed emotions.

"This city really grows on you," said Weal. "At first you think it's really cold, minus-40, what's going on? But by the time you're 19 you're going to miss it. It's definitely mixed feelings but it's going to be a really good summer for me. It's going to be fun because I'm going to be training to make that next step. I'm going to be working my hardest to do that."

There remains a chance — albeit a slim one — that Weal could return to Regina next season as a 20-year-old, giving him a legitimate chance of climbing to the top of the franchise's all-time scoring list. Although Weal has a contract in his back pocket and arguably nothing left to prove at the WHL level, the looming NHL labour war — if it stretches into next season — would leave big-league clubs with limited space for junior prospects in their minor league systems.

"I don't know what's going to happen in the NHL," added Weal. "But if I had the chance to come back here it would be a wild ride again and Pat would be ready for us and ready to get us going right where we left off. It would be a really fun year."
And quite an end to an already extraordinary career.