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Trans-Canada Clash Rosters

I saw this on Greg Harder's blog and thought that I would post it here....

TRANS-CANADA CLASH
Rosters for Pats-Warriors Alumni Game
(Saturday, 1:30 p.m., Moose Jaw Civic Centre)

REGINA PATS
1. Rod Houk (1987-89)
2. Gord Wappel (1974-78)
2. Chad Wilchynski (1993-97)
3. John Miner (1981-85)
4. Kyle Deck (2002-07)
7. Chris Anderson (1998-2000)
10. Doug Trapp (1982-85)
11. Nevin Markwart (1981-83)
13. Brandon Coates (1992-94)
15. Mike Kirby (1988-91)
16. Mike Sillinger (1987-91)
18. Kelly Markwart (1987-91)
19. Jamie Heward (1987-91)
19. Brian Varga (1978-81)
24. Frank Kovacs (1987-92)
25. Kurt Wickenheiser (1981-85)
27. Troy Vollhoffer (1982-83)
33. Shaun Fleming (1998-2000)
37. Martin Smith (1989-90)
Coach: Al Dumba
Trainer: Mark (Torch) Simpson

MOOSE JAW WARRIORS
1. Scott Christison (1990-91)
2. Scott Thomas (1987-92)
4. Travis Thiessen (1990-92)
7. Kevin Masters (1988-92)
12. Rob Reimer (1987-91)
18. Brad Toporowski (1992-94)
20. Blair Atcheynum (1986-89)
20. Kevin Smyth (1991-94)
20. David Bararuk (1999-2003)
21. Darryl Laplante (1994-97)
22. Troy Edwards (1984-87)
23. Sean Robertson (1995-98)
24. Jeremy Thompson (1995-96)
24. Jeff Budai (1991-93)
26. Grady Manson (1992-96)
27. Lane Manson (2001-04)
27. Reed Low (1995-97)
29. Milt Mastad (1993-95)
34. Josh Lepp (2004-06)
35. Glen Seymour (1986-88)
55. Rob Harvey (1986-90)
NOTE: Numbers in parentheses denote years spent with the Pats or Warriors.

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