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Flashing back to the date of the date that wasn't a date

It was April 8. I had just treated my wife Chryssoula, who has requested anonymity, to a romantic dinner at one of Regina’s up-scale food courts. 750 more words


Scott Fisher's WHL playoff predictions, Round 2

There were only two upsets in the opening round.

And neither would qualify as earth-shattering.

In fact, with the possible exception of the Lethbridge Hurricanes, it’s a safe bet to say the top eight teams in the WHL are still alive. 310 more words


Warriors blank Raiders, take 3-1 first-round series lead

MOOSE JAW, Sask. – Dryden Hunt had three goals and an assist and Zach Sawchenko stopped 26 shots as the Moose Jaw Warriors blanked the visiting Prince Albert Raiders 7-0 on Tuesday in Western Hockey League playoff action. 103 more words


Adam Brooks becomes the first Regina Pats player to lead the WHL in scoring since Dale Derkatch

Not long after clinching the WHL’s scoring title, Adam Brooks received a text message from someone who can relate to the accomplishment.

Dale Derkatch was quick to congratulate Brooks on Saturday after the Regina Pats centre completed the regular season with 120 points. 616 more words

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Regina Pats' Adam Brooks gets upper hand on old pal Dryden Hunt

MOOSE JAW — Adam Brooks’ biggest fan also happens to be his biggest rival.

Dryden Hunt of the Moose Jaw Warriors has loved every minute of his back-and-forth battle with the captain of the Regina Pats — a friendly feud which has added a few more octanes to the WHL scoring race. 463 more words

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Big weekend sets up big finish for Regina Pats

MOOSE JAW — The Regina Pats’ 72-game season has gone from a marathon to a sprint.

Thanks to Regina’s home-and-home sweep of the rival Moose Jaw Warriors over the weekend, the race for third place is set up to be a photo finish heading into the final week of the regular season. 637 more words

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Pats sweep key home-and-home set versus Warriors

MOOSE JAW — The race for third place in the WHL’s East Division is going down to the wire.

With a convincing 5-1 win on Saturday night at Mosaic Place, the Regina Pats climbed within a single point of the Moose Jaw Warriors with just three games left in the regular season. 705 more words

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