|1946-1947 Regina Pats Team Photo|
March 22 1919— Kevin Shaw (@theblueliner) March 22, 2022
The first-ever Memorial Cup was awarded to the University of Toronto Schools as they beat the Pats 15-5 in game two of the championship and 29-8 in the two-game total goal series. pic.twitter.com/AE7InjBroi
March 22 1991— Kevin Shaw (@theblueliner) March 22, 2022
The Pats scored 2 unanswered in the 3rd as they beat the Prince Albert Raiders in game 1 of the East Division quarter-finals 4-3.
Greg Gatto (1G-1A), Jamie Heward (1G-1A), Jeff Shantz (1G-1A) & @Kov24Kovacs scored in the win. @Dusty70 made 34 saves in the win. pic.twitter.com/8RIlJFnP8N
March 22 1922— Kevin Shaw (@theblueliner) March 22, 2022
Despite the Pats tying the Fort William War Veterans 3-3 in game two of the Memorial Cup, the War Veterans won the 2-game total goal Championship by an 8-7 score.
Sil Acaster scored twice while Harvey Naismith added a single in the tie. pic.twitter.com/rdsGsP3Ntr
March 22 1998— Kevin Shaw (@theblueliner) March 22, 2022
Dmitri Yakushin's 1st goal as a Pat came in double OT as the Pats beat the Warriors 4-3 to take a 3-0 series lead. Yakushin also added an assist. John Cirjak (2G-1A) & Boyd Kane (1G-2A) scored in regulation. Ryan Hoople made 42 saves in net for the win. pic.twitter.com/c6SzaCaBhA
Just a pair of Regina Pats alumni celebrate March 22nd birthdays.— Kevin Shaw (@theblueliner) March 22, 2022
Happy Birthday to:
Mike Crespeigne (1972)
Zach Wytinck (1999)
And one 1928 Regina Monarch...
Johnny Achtzener (1908) pic.twitter.com/2l17oM1DCv