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I'm working on updating/upgrading The Blueliner.com. Stay tuned, things are changing! Anyway, here's a picture of my dog, Brix! Cheers, Kevin
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March 28 in Pats History

  March 28 1994 Jeff Friesen & @JPetruic each scored twice as the Pats beat the Wheat Kings 4-3 to get back into the best of 5 series now trailing 2 games to 1. Mike Walker made 28 saves in the win. A brawl broke out at the end of the game. pic.twitter.com/rQye81fcbn — Kevin Shaw (@theblueliner) March 28, 2022 March 28 1990 @Kov24Kovacs scored the winning goal in a 4-3 win over the Broncos, giving the Pats a 3-1 series win in the best of 5. Scott Daniels, Jamie Heward & Mike Sillinger also scored. Jason Glickman made 36 saves in the win. @robvanstone & @gdrinnan had it covered. 1/2 pic.twitter.com/JChG773UZY — Kevin Shaw (@theblueliner) March 28, 2022 Here's the summary: 2/2 pic.twitter.com/znUJdJRTpz — Kevin Shaw (@theblueliner) March 28, 2022 March 28 1985 The Pats outshot the Blades 75-31 in a 17-3 thrashing in the 2nd game of the East Division quarter-final before 2,395 at the Agridome. @gdrinnan had the story & the legendary Bob Hughes had his though

March 22 Tweets

1946-1947 Regina Pats Team Photo March 22 1919 The first-ever Memorial Cup was awarded to the University of Toronto Schools as they beat the Pats 15-5 in game two of the championship and 29-8 in the two-game total goal series. pic.twitter.com/AE7InjBroi — Kevin Shaw (@theblueliner) March 22, 2022 March 22 1991 The Pats scored 2 unanswered in the 3rd as they beat the Prince Albert Raiders in game 1 of the East Division quarter-finals 4-3. Greg Gatto (1G-1A), Jamie Heward (1G-1A), Jeff Shantz (1G-1A) & @Kov24Kovacs scored in the win. @Dusty70 made 34 saves in the win. pic.twitter.com/8RIlJFnP8N — Kevin Shaw (@theblueliner) March 22, 2022 March 22 1922 Despite the Pats tying the Fort William War Veterans 3-3 in game two of the Memorial Cup, the War Veterans won the 2-game total goal Championship by an 8-7 score. Sil Acaster scored twice while Harvey Naismith added a single in the tie. pic.twitter.com/rdsGsP3Ntr — Kevin Shaw (@theblueliner) March 22, 2022 March 22 1998 Dmitri Y

Another quick update

 I'm working on a few things here so the site is a bit buggy. Stay tuned. (Photo: Keith Hershmiller)

Update:

Rob Vanstone and myself (I'm on the left) in the press box on March 5, 2022 (Photo: Keith Hershmiller)   Hi everyone, life has been tough this last bit. Things are getting better. I have a lot planned and hopefully things go smoothly, I'm looking forward to getting The Blueliner back and better than ever. Remember, if you are on Twitter follow me there @theblueliner  or check out DUBNetwork.ca  for my other project that I have basically taken the reigns of. Stay tuned for more info coming soon! Kevin

August 4th

There are a few Pats Alumni with birthdays: There are a handful of #ReginaPats alumni with August 4th birthdays... Peter Sternig (1944) Bob Taylor (1946) Glen Burdon (1954) Dean Solheim (1958) Jamie Dubberley (1966) — Kevin Shaw (@theblueliner) August 5, 2021

June 9

On this date... June 9, 1994 The #ReginaPats acquired Dmitri Markovsky from the #PortlandWInterHawks in exchange for their CHL import draft pick. pic.twitter.com/epuAqGxtjy — Kevin Shaw (@theblueliner) June 9, 2021 Birthdays... A handful of #ReginaPats alumni with June 9th birthdays... Guy deMoissac (1951) Bob MacKenzie (1967) Trevor Sim (1970) Preston Mosewich (1987) Michal Poletin (1991) And one current Pat: Braxton Whitehead (2004) — Kevin Shaw (@theblueliner) June 9, 2021 📷's - Keith Hershmiller ( @keithhershphoto ) — Kevin Shaw (@theblueliner) June 9, 2021