Regina Pats

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Regina Pats
City Regina, Saskatchewan
League Western Hockey League
Conference Eastern
Division East
Founded 1917 (1917)
Home arena Brandt Centre
Colours Red, White, Blue
                 
General manager Canada Chad Lang
Head coach Canada Pat Conacher

Website
www.reginapats.com

The Regina Pats are a Canadian professional ice hockey team that began playing in 1917. They currently play in the Western Hockey League. They play their home games in Regina, Saskatchewan at the Brandt Centre. They are the oldest major junior hockey franchise in the world that has continuously operated from their original location and still uses the same name.[1] Baseball player Nyjer Morgan played 7 games with the Pats in the 1999-2000 season and registered 2 goals and 20 penalty minutes.[2]

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