Saturday, April 02, 2016

I just realized that I didn't publish the Brooks' Watch.... so here it is

Pretty impressive career numbers for Adam Brooks. Here is his place in Pats history.

The Brooks' Regular Season Watch:

1st:352Frank Kovacs (1987-92)

20th:254Jordan Eberle (2006-10)
21st:252Dyson Stevenson (2009-14)
22nd:251Adam Brooks

1st:222Dale Derkatch (1981-85)

67th77Dave Faulkner (1973-75)

77Jff Petruic (1993-95)
69th:76Mike Blaisdell (1977-78, 1979-80)

76Kyle Calder (1995-99)

76Adam Brooks

1st:269Dale Derkatch (1981-85)

42nd:131Rick Sentes (1963-67)
43rd:129Brent Pascal (1977-82)
129Jeff Friesen (1991-95)

129Adam Brooks

1st:491Dale Derkatch (1981-85)

51st:209Shantz, Jeff (1989-93)
52nd:206Jim Minor (1971-75)
53rd:205Bev Bell (1951-55)

205Brent Fedyk (1982-87)

205Adam Brooks

Regular Season Loose Ends

I took to Twitter earlier today and posted a few loose ends from the 2015-16 season so I figured that I should share them here.

....The last time the Pats had 4 players play all 72 games was in 1992-93. Louis Dumont, Karry Biette, Trevor Hanas and Nathan Dempsey all played a full season.
....Since the WHL increased their schedule to 72 GP the Pats have had just 75 players play all 72 games. Adam Brooks, Chase Harrison, Sam Steel & Lane Zablocki are 72-75 inclusive.

 ....In hitting 80 assists on the season Brooks becomes just the 13th player in Pats franchise history to hit that plateau. In finishing the season with 82 assists he now holds down the 10th spot ALL-TIME in single season assists in Pats history.

 ....Another Brooks one: with 120 points on the season, Brooks becomes just the 28th player in Pats history to reach that mark.

 ....With his 109 PIM Aaron Macklin had the lowest total to lead the Pats since way back in 1960-61 (Gary Peters had 94). I'm sure I have more. But that's all I'm posting for now.


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Thursday, February 25, 2016

The Pats in 9-8 games

In the Pats 4,400+ All-Time regular season a high scoring game like the outcome of last nights' contest isn't uncommon but for a game to end 9-8 is a pretty rare feat.

The last time that the Pats were in a 9-8 contest was back in the 1995-96 season in which the Pats defeated the Wheat Kings February 7, 1996 before 3,334 fans.

Prior to that it happened January 30, 1990 against the Saskatoon Blades in front of 3,372 fans.

The only loss the Pats took was back on October 28, 1979 again against the Blades in Saskatoon with a crowd of 1,500.

The second time it happened was another game against the Blades in Saskatoon on December 15, 1978 (coincidentally 4 days before I was born) that was witnessed by 1,601.

The first time that the score ended in a 9-8 score was 60 years before that. On December 20, 1918 the Pats beat the Regina Victorias.

Congrats to Adam Brooks on 100 Points

With his 100th point tonight Adam Brooks becomes just the 51st player in Regina Pats All-Time history to reach the century mark.

The 100 point threshold has been reached 68 times (by 51 players) with the first time coming in 1956-57 (Bill Hicke).

The Brooks' Regular Season Watch:

1st:352Frank Kovacs (1987-92)

22nd:250Kevin Clemens (1984-86, 1987-88)
23rd:246Josh Holden (1994-98)

246Gerad Adams (1995-99)
25th:245Louis Dumont (1990-94)
26th:241Jim Mathieson (1986-90)
27th:239Adam Brooks

1st:222Dale Derkatch (1981-85)

76th:73Bill Kurtz (1952-55)

73Al Acton (1983-86)

73Chandler Stephenson (2010-14)
79th:71Brian Lavender (1965-67)

71Al Dumba (1973-76)

71Adam Brooks

1st:269Dale Derkatch (1981-85)

58th:119Kyle Calder (1995-99)

119Kyle Ross (2003-07)

119Morgan Klimchuk (2010-15)
61st:117Ron Garwasiuk (1966-69)
62nd:115Laurie Yaworski (1966-69)
63rd:114Kevin Korol (1999-02)

114Adam Brooks

1st:491Dale Derkatch (1981-85)

59th:195Kyle Calder (1995-99)

195Chandler Stephenson (2010-14)
61st:190Dave Faulkner (1973-75)
62nd:188John Miner (1981-85)
63rd:186Rick Uhrich (1970-74)

186Logan Pyett (2003-08)
65th:185Adam Brooks

Wednesday, February 17, 2016

A quick update to the Adam Brooks' Watch

The Adam Brooks' Regular Season Watch:

1st:352Frank Kovacs (1987-92)

26th:241Jim Mathieson (1986-90)
27th:238Kyle Ross (2003-07)
28th:237Rick Uhrich (1970-74)
29th:235Gary Butler (1956-60)
30th:234Barret Jackman (1997-01)

234Adam Brooks

1st:222Dale Derkatch (1981-85)

85th:68John Miner (1981-85)
86th:67L.J. "Duke" Dutkowski (1917-20)

67Gord "Red" Berenson (1956-58)
88th:66Ron Parent (1976-79)

66Russ Hewson (1993-96)

66Adam Brooks

1st:269Dale Derkatch (1981-85)

70th:106Rick Uhrich (1970-74)

106Bryan Wells (1984-87)
72nd:105Norm Beaudin (1959-62)

105Jon Hammond (1973-76)

105Selmar Odelein (1985-86)
75th:104Robert Dirk (1982-86)

104Brad Miller (1985-89)

104Adam Brooks

1st:491Dale Derkatch (1981-85)

69th:181Brian Lavender (1965-67)

181Matt Hubbauer (1998-03)
71st:178Darren Bobyck (1978-81)
72nd:175Kyle Ross (2003-07)
73rd:174Allan Acton (1983-86)
74th:170Glen Burdon (1971-74)

170Adam Brooks