Saturday, December 10, 2016

More stats....

It's been a while since I have posted, so here's some numbers for you all.

--Tyler Brown is just the 19th goalie in Pats history to play 90 Regular Season games. At 4904 minutes played Brown is just 17 minutes away from moving into 18th place All-Time in minutes played in Pats history (passing Bernie Germain 4920 and Pat Ansell 4912).

Games Played
-- Adam Brooks has now played 273 regular season games with the Pats and is tied for 11th place All-Time in Pats History with Logan Pyett.

--Austin Wagner and Chase Harrison are both at 197 and both need 3 games to reach the 200 mark. Once they reach that mark they will be the 75th and 76th players in Pats History to reach that milestone.

--Adam Brooks 90 goals make him just the 54th Pat to reach that feat.

--Austin Wagner is 94th with 63 goals.
--Sam Steel is tied for 95th with 61 goals (with Harold Ottenbreit and David McDonald)

-- Adam Brooks has now reached a tie for 16th All-Time with 163 assists (Greg Joly and Frank Kovacs).

--Sam Steel is tied for 68th All-Time with 111 assists (Barret Jackman).

--Adam Brooks has moved into sole possession of 28th All-Time in Pats Franchise History with 253 points. 4 points would give him 257 and move him past Gerry Minor and Ron Garwasiuk into 26th place. 7 points would give him 260 and would become the 24th Pat to hit 260 points and pass Mike Wanchuk and Karry Biette in the process.

--Sam Steel is in sole possession of 75th place All-Time with 172 points.

I'm adding more to this post.... check back tomorrow.

I'm having computer issues. Hopefully I can get some things up today or tomorrow.


Anonymous said...

So I was looking through some old stuff and came across an old WHL ticket from the 70’s. I am trying to place the actual year of the game.

The game was played March 4 and had the New Westminster Bruins playing the Regina Pats at Exhibition Stadium in Regina. The game had to be between 1971-1979 and New Westminster (while they were in the league) only visited Regina once a year at most. Interestingly the ticket was $1.75 ($2.75 if you wanted a reserved seat)

Can you help find the year?? I would like to give this as a gift and would be great if I had more info.

Thanks for the help.

Kevin Shaw said...

Would you be able to email me a copy of the ticket? I can be reached at I'll have a look through my records in the next day or so.