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Updated Pats Roster

REGINA PATS
Main Camp Roster
as of August 27, 2014

Goaltenders (4) 
Name Ht Wt Hometown Age Last year Stats
Tyler Fuhr 6’1 167 St. Albert, AB 19 La Ronge (Jr. A) 38 GP, 3.68 GAA, 0 SOs
Jordan Hollett 6’3 176 Langley, BC 15 bantam 30 GP, 1.75 GAA, 6 SOs
Dawson MacAuley 6’5 212 Prince Albert 20 Pats 50 GP, 3.24 GAA, 4 SOs
Daniel Wapple 5’11 170 Saskatoon 19 Pats/Tigers 43 GP, 2.90 GAA, 3 SOs

Defencemen (9) 
Name Ht Wt Hometown Age Last year Stats
Kyle Burroughs 5’11 185 Langley, B.C. 19 Pats 58 GP, 8-32-40, 72 PM
Chase Harrison 6’1 185 Winnipeg 18 Pats 42 GP, 0-8-8, 14 PM
James Hilsendager 6’0 170 Lloydminster 17 Loyd (mid. AAA) 33 GP, 3-11-14, 76 PM
Ryan Krushen 6’2 168 Sherwood Park 16 midget 37 GP, 4-12-16, 48 PM
Brady Pouteau 6’2 186 Oak Bluff, MB 16 midget 40 GP, 4-10-14, 16 PM
Brady Reagan 6’3 200 Calgary 17 Pats 27 GP, 0-2-2, 20 PM
Isaac Schacher 6’4 214 Kimberley, BC 19 Pats/Royals 60 GP, 1-8-9, 48 PM
Colby Williams 5’11 190 Regina 19 Pats 66 GP, 9-23-32, 82 PM
Sergey Zborovsky 6’5 194 Moscow 17 Russia (U18) 27 GP, 6-10-16

Forwards (24) 
Name Ht Wt Hometown Age Last year Stats
Adam Berg 6’0 170 Okotoks, AB 17 Calgary (midget AAA) 30 GP, 5-6-11, 40 PM
Adam Brooks 5’10 170 Winnipeg 18 Pats 55 GP, 4-8-12, 13 PM
Braden Christoffer 5’10 185 Sherwood Park 20 Pats 61 GP, 13-22-35, 130 PM
Rykr Cole 5’10 169 Moosomin 17 Moose Jaw (midget AAA) 41 GP, 23-22-45, 75 PM
Patrick D’Amico 6’0 200 Winnipeg 20 Pats 48 GP, 6-18-24, 42 PM
Darcy DeRoose 6’3 195 Ceylon 19 Everett (WHL) 38 GP, 1-8-9, 60 PM
Jacob Elmer 6’1 152 Calgary 16 prep 52 GP, 37-34-71, 24 PM
Erik Gardiner 6’0 165 Humboldt 15 bantam 31 GP, 24-37-61, 48 PM
Connor Gay 6’0 190 Saskatoon 19 Pats 61 GP, 19-24-43, 25 PM
Carter Hansen 6’2 195 Craven 19 Pats 70 GP, 8-3-11, 38 PM
Dryden Hunt 5’10 195 Nelson, BC 19 Pats 62 GP, 21-19-40, 64 PM
Max Kammerer 6’0 175 Dusseldorf, Ger. 18 Pats 40 GP, 1-2-3, 14 PM
Morgan Klimchuk 5’11 185 Calgary 19 Pats 57 GP, 30-44-74, 27 PM
Colton Kroeker 6’1 155 Surrey, BC 17 Delta (prep) 28 GP, 24-34-58, 24 PM
Jared McAmmond 6’0 185 Grand Prairie 17 G.P. (midget AAA) 35 GP, 12-5-17, 14 PM
Logan McVeigh 6’0 185 Kenaston 20 Pats/Tigers 67 GP, 11-15-26, 17 PM
Dane Schioler 6’1 175 Winnipeg 18 Portage (Jr. A) 44 GP, 12-13-25, 90 PM
Luc Smith 6’5 202 Onoway, AB 16 midget 35 GP, 7-3-10, 28 PM
Sam Steel 6’0 167 Sherwood Park 16 midget 14 GP, 7-16-23, 8 PM
Chandler Stephenson 5’11 200 Saskatoon 20 Pats 69 GP, 30-59-89, 27 PM
Austin Wagner 6’2 180 Calgary 17 Pats 42 GP, 1-1-2, 18 PM
Earl Webb 6’3 210 Calgary 18 Mustangs (AJHL) 28 GP, 2-0-2, 30 PM
Kyle Westeringh 5’11 182 Chilliwack, BC 17 Chiefs (Jr. A) 55 GP, 10-9-19, 66 PM
Rylee Zimmer 6’1 158 Russell, MB 17 Pats 44 GP, 0-0-0, 8 PM

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