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Pats release their 2010-11 tentative schedule

The Regina Pats are now set to embark on another season with the release of the tentative 2010-11 schedule. The blue and white will kick off the season in Brandon on Friday, September 24th. The home opener is set for Sunday September 26th with a special 2pm puck drop.


The breakdown of the home schedule will see the Pats play:
3 Sunday Games
1 Monday night Game
5 Tuesday night games
6 Wednesday night games
12 Friday night games
9 Saturday night games

Some of the hilites include:
-3 home and home series with the Moose Jaw Warriors
-The Pats annual Western Conference trip will be through the B.C. Division beginning Friday, November 19th in Vancouver concluding Friday, January 26th in Prince George.
-The Pats will finish the first half of the season, before the Christmas break, with a home and home series with the Prince Albert Raiders.
-The second half will start on Tuesday, December 28th with the Swift Current Broncos paying a visit to the Brandt Centre.
-The blue and white will kick off 2011, at home with the Prince Albert Raiders on Saturday January 1st at 7pm.
-The American Division will return to the Brandt Centre this season beginning with the Western Conference Champion, Tri City Americans on Friday, October 8th.
-The Pats will play Moose Jaw, Prince Albert, Brandon and Swift Current 8 times this season and play Saskatoon 6 times. There will be 4 games against each of the 6 Central Division teams and one game against each of the Western Conference clubs for a total of 72 games.

Home Away Pre Season
Pre Season
September 3 vs. Moose Jaw
September 4 @Moose Jaw
September 10 vs. Brandon
September 11 @Brandon
September 15 vs. Saskatoon
September 18 @Saskatoon

Regular Season
September 26 vs. Brandon September 24 @ Brandon
September 29 vs. Swift Current October 2 @ Saskatoon
October 1 vs. Edmonton October 15 @ Lethbridge
October 6 vs. Red Deer October 16 @ Kootenay
October 8 vs. Tri-City October 24 @ Swift Current
October 12 vs. Kootenay November 6 @ Moose Jaw
October 20 vs. Lethbridge November 13 @ Medicine Hat
October 22 vs. Swift Current November 19 @ Vancouver
October 26 vs. Saskatoon November 20 @ Chilliwack
October 30 vs. Spokane November 23 @ Kamloops
November 5 vs. Moose Jaw November 24 @ Kelowna
November 7 vs. Brandon November 26 @ Prince George
November 10 vs. Portland December 10 @ Calgary
November 12 vs. Seattle December 11 @ Red Deer
November 15 vs. Brandon December 12 @ Edmonton
December 3 vs. Moose Jaw December 14 @ Prince Albert
December 4 vs. Swift Current December 18 @ Prince Albert
December 7 vs. Everett January 7 @ Red Deer
December 17 vs. Prince Albert January8 @ Edmonton
December 28 vs. Swift Current January 18 @ Prince Albert
January 1 vs. Prince Albert January 21 @ Swift Current
January 2 vs. Calgary January 28 @ Moose Jaw
January 12 vs. Saskatoon February 2 @ Saskatoon
January 14 vs. Edmonton February 4 @ Brandon
January 15 vs. Red Deer February 8 @ Kootenay
January 22 vs. Lethbridge February 9 @ Lethbridge
January 25 vs. Medicine Hat February 19 @ Medicine Hat
January 29 vs. Moose Jaw February 21 @ Calgary
February 5 vs. Prince Albert February 25 @ Swift Current
February 11 vs. Kootenay February 26 @ Brandon
February 12 vs. Medicine Hat March 1 @ Moose Jaw
February 16 vs. Prince Albert March 4 @ Brandon
February 18 vs. Calgary March 9 @ Prince Albert
March 5 vs. Brandon March 12 @ Moose Jaw
March 11 vs. Moose Jaw March 15 @ Swift Current
March 18 vs. Saskatoon March 19 @ Saskatoon

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Sorry for the terrible format of the schedule but I don't have time right now to fix it.
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I'm glad the schedule is out. I'm at work and don't have time to comment futher.

K

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