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It's Official: McMullin hired as Pats Head Scout

From ReginaPats.com

Regina, Saskatchewan – The Regina Pats are proud to announce the addition of Dale McMullin as the team’s Director of Scouting.

Dale has spent the past 9 seasons with the Red Deer Rebels and has most recently been their Senior Scout. He had a major role in rebuilding the Rebels back into one of the elite teams in the Eastern Conference by helping identify players such as Alex Petrovic, Justin Weller, Brandon Sutter, Landon Ferraro, Matt Dumba and the 2011 NHL Entry Draft’s 1st overall pick Ryan Nugent-Hopkins.

Dale is also a former player in the Western Hockey League, playing 5 seasons with the Brandon Wheat Kings eclipsing the 100 point mark twice. He was selected by the Atlanta Flames in the 1975 NHL Amateur Draft and by the Phoenix Roadrunners in the 1975 WHA Amateur Draft.

Regina Pats General Manager Chad Lang, “We are excited to name Dale as our Director of Scouting. With his experience in the WHL both as a player and as a scout, we feel his extensive knowledge will be a significant addition to the Pats moving forward.”

Regina Pats Director of Scouting Dale McMullin, “I would like to first thank Brent Sutter and the Red Deer Rebels and would also like to thank Chad Lang and the Regina Pats for the opportunity to become their Director of Scouting.”

The Regina Pats would like to welcome Dale to the organization and he will start immediately in preparation for training camp.

The 2011-12 season is just around the corner, purchase your Regina Pats season tickets now! For more information, call 522-5604, click on www.reginapats.com, or head to the Pats office located in the west entrance of the Brandt Centre.
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Sounds like a great pick-up for the Pats. With Dale's credentials it looks like the Pats are starting to "right the ship".

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