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VIDEO: Pats Reach Century Mark for Second Time in Franchise History

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For just the second time in franchise history, the Regina Pats have reached the 100 point mark in a season.

Wednesday’s win in Swift Current pushed the Pats record to 46-12-7-1 for 100 points in 66 games. The one and only time that happened prior to this year was in 1980-81 when the club went 49-21-2 for 100 points. The next point Regina picks up in the standings will set a franchise record.

The 49 wins in 80-81 is also a franchise mark, the Pats will need to win four of their last six games to reach 50 wins and set a new record for a season.

Regina is currently five points ahead of Medicine Hat for first in the WHL; the magic number to clinch the Scotty Munro Memorial Trophy as regular season champions is six points. Any combination of three wins or three Medicine Hat losses.

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