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Career Stats Update

REGINA PATS ALL-TIME CAREER STATS
**Includes Group 1, RJG, ICJHL, RDJHL, RJAHL, RCJHA, SJHL, WJHL, SAJHL, CMJHL, WCHL. WHL**

GAMES PLAYED
317: Brooks 3rd
240: Harrison 28th
238: Wagner T-29th (with K. Ross)
204: Steel T-61st (with Derkatch/Dirk)
198: Zborovskiy T-83rd (with Dempsey/Pearce)
158: Hobbs T-143rd (with 3 others)

GOALS
119: Brooks 26th
90: Steel 55th
79: Wagner T-64th (with Wright)
51: Hobbs T-114th (with 3 others)

ASSISTS
216: Brooks 6th
165: Steel 17th
94: Harrison T-87th (with Zukiwsky)
91: Hobbs T-91st (with Lauer)
90: Wagner T-93rd (with Jacobsen)
66: Zborovskiy T-142 (with N. Ross)

POINTS
335: Brooks 10th
255: Steel 29th
169: Wagner 77th
142: Hobbs 102nd
111: Harrison 142nd (with Daniels)

PIM
249: Wagner T-105th (with Schmitz)
219: Hobbs T-119th (with 3 others)
195: Zborobskiy T-136th (with Kaminsky/A. King)

GOALIES
GP
119: Brown 12th
43: Hollett 43rd

MIN
6567: Brown 12th
2347: Hollett 40th

GAA (minimum 2160MIN/36 GP)
2.94: Brown 7th
3.30: Hollett 15th

SO
7: Brown T-6th (with 3 others)
2: Hollett T-24th (with 16 others)

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