Celebrating 100 Years: Ninth Decade, 1997-2006


The Regina Pats Hockey Club is excited to celebrate its 100th Anniversary Season in 2017-18. Over each of the 10 months from August to May, the club will feature every decade of Pats hockey. Up next, Decade nine from 1997 to 2006.

The 1997-98 Season

The Pats were celebrating their 80th Anniversary.

With a 46-win season the Pats ended the season tied in points with the Broncos but due to them having more wins the Pats were awarded the Eastern Division Pennant.

The Pats met up with the Moose Jaw Warriors in the Eastern Division quarterfinal which opened in Regina. The Pats scored 4 times on the powerplay as Brad Stuart, Boyd Kane and Brett Lysak led the way with a pair of goals each, and Josh Holden scored on a shorthanded breakaway as the Pats shutout the Warriors in game one 7-0. Ryan Hoople collected the shutout stopping 25 Warrior shots. The Pats picked up a 2-1 win in game two but lost Josh Holden in the process as re received a severe laceration on the back of his left hand from a skate. The Warriors scored with just 20 seconds left to break up Hoople’s shutout bid. Game three was in Moose Jaw and Dmitry Yakushin scored in double overtime to lift the Pats to a 3-game lead in the series. The Pats had led 3-0 just past the midway point of the 2nd period only to have the Warriors tie the contest at 3 with just over 90 seconds left. In game four the Pats were trailing just before the midway point of the 2nd period but were able to square up the contest at 3-3 after the 2nd period. The teams traded goals early in the third stanza and Brett Lysak put the Pats up 5-4 with just over three minutes left in regulation. The Warriors tied the game with their net empty with just over a minute left. Pats defenceman Clint Cabana ended the contest at 5:57 of the second overtime frame to clinch the series. Pats win the best of seven series 4 games to 0.

The Eastern semifinal had the Pats face off with the Wheat Kings. Game one was in Regina and the Wheat Kings scored in the first minute to take a 1-0 lead heading into the 2nd. The Wheat Kings scored to take a 2-0 lead, but John Cirjak and Ronald Petrovicky responded to send the game into the second intermission tied at 2. The Wheat Kings scored the game winner on the powerplay before the third period was 4 minutes old and added an insurance marker in a 4-2 Wheat King victory. In game two Gerad Adams scored the game winner at the four-minute mark of the second period as the Pats skated their way to a 5-2 win. Brett Lysak scored twice, and Adams added another into an empty net as they led the Pats with three points each in that 2nd game. Game three was another story as a couple of Manitoba boys helped the Wheat Kings thump the Pats 6-1. Not to make excuses, but the Pats, already without Josh Holden, added Boyd Kane, John Cirjak, Shane Lanigan and Clint Cabana to the teams walking wounded. In game four, the Pats skated out to a 2-0 lead in the first period only to have the Wheat Kings storm back in the second period to take a 4-3 lead into the 3rd period. The Wheat Kings finished off the win with a marker just over halfway through the third in a 5-3 victory. In game five the teams combined for 5 goals in the first as the Wheat Kings took a 3-2 lead heading into the break. The Wheat Kings added three more in the second to take a 6-2 lead heading into the final period. The teams exchanged goals in the third and Pats were done in the semifinal by a score of 7-3. Wheat Kings win the best of seven series 4 games to 1.

The 1998-99 Season

The Edmonton Ice franchise transfers to Cranbrook and became known as the Kootenay ICE.

After just nine games, Pats general manager Brent Parker fires Parry Shockey and names Tim Tisdale (who was assistant coach) the clubs head coach.

On March 17, the Pats wore green uniforms for St. Patrick’s Day for the first time. The jerseys were auctioned off for the Hospitals of Regina Foundation for the Pediatric Units at the Regina hospitals.

Saturday, December 5th, Regina Pats retired #16 in honour of Dale Derkatch who is the franchise all-time leader in goals (222), assists (269), and points (491).

The club won just 24 games, finished with 53 points and ended up 5th in the 6 team Eastern Division. The Pats didn’t qualify for the playoffs.

The 1999-00 Season

The WHL followed in the NHL in deciding overtime. Four-on-four, five-minute overtime was instituted. Ties still counted but if you won in overtime, the losing team received a point.

Brent Sutter’s Red Deer Rebels joined the WHL.

The Pats retired two numbers in the 1999-00 season. Getting added to the list: Pats legends and 1974 Memorial Cup Winners #1 Ed Staniowski and #9 Clark Gillies. They joined #17 Bill Hicke (first number retired), #14 Dennis Sobchuk, #8 Brad Hornung, #16 Dale Derkatch and #12 Doug Wickenheiser as the honoured Pats.

The Pats finished with 32 wins and 75 points and a matchup with the Saskatoon Blades in the Eastern quarterfinal.

The Pats upset the Blades in game one at Sask Place by a score of 6-4. Six different Pats scored for the Pats in the contest: Karel Mosovsky, Brett Lysak, Landon Boyko, Kevin Korol, Matt Hubbauer (winner) and Joey Bastien were the scorers. Game two back in Regina, saw Filip Novak and Barret Jackman score in the first and that was all the Pats needed in a 6-1 win. Game three back in Saskatoon saw Darcy Hordichuk score the winner just 23 seconds into the game and Cam Ondrik make 33 stops as the Blades shutout the Pats 3-0. The Blades outshot the Pats 36-23 in game four as they squared the series up with a 6-3 win. In game five, the Blades scored just 59 seconds into the game and never looked back as the Blades held the Pats to just 18 shots in a 4-0 whitewash of the Pats. The Pats bounced back in game six, Chris Anderson scored 12 seconds into the game, Brett Lysak scored 37 seconds later to give the Pats a quick lead. Ryan Thomas scored the game winner at 3:37 of the first period as the Pats tied up the series with a 7-2 win, sending the series back to Saskatoon for game seven. In game seven, although the game was tied at 1-1 going into the third, the Blades scored four unanswered goals on 15 third period shots as the Pats fell 5-1 in the deciding game. Blades win the best of seven series 4 games to three.

The 2000-01 Season

Lorne Molleken is named the Pats head coach as the club looked forward to hosting the 2001 Memorial Cup.

The Host Pats won 40 games and finished first in the East Division with 85 points a whopping 29 points behind the Eastern Conference leaders the Red Deer Rebels.

The Pats faced the Calgary Hitmen in the Eastern Conference quarterfinal. Chad Davidson replaced an injured Donald Choukalos early in the third period of game one and picked up the victory as the Pats defeated the Hitmen by a score of 5-2. Blake Evans scored a pair of goals and Garth Murray scored the insurance goal to seal the win. The Hitmen (who only trailed the Pats in the standings by 3 points) rebounded in game two, beating the Pats 4-1 as Curtis Austring scored the Pats’ lone goal. Hitmen’s Johnny Boychuk scored in overtime to give the Calgary squad a 4-3 overtime win in game three. Pats forward Blake Evans scored with less than 2 minutes left to force overtime. The Hitmen put the Pats on the ropes as they walked all over the Pats in game four by a 7-2 count. Trailing 3 games to 1 the Pats played a solid contest and in front of just 4.556 at the Agridome stayed alive with a 4-1 win. Blake Evans scored the opening goal in the second period, Curtis Austring scored the winner and Kevin Korol and Brett Lysak finished off the scoring. Pavel Brendl sealed the Pats playoff fate with a game winning goal 15 seconds left in the third period as the Hitmen dispatched the Memorial Cup Host Pats 4-3. Hitmen win the best of seven series 4 games to 2.

The Pats were faced with a 47-day layoff until the 2001 Memorial Cup. The Red Deer Rebels (WHL), Ottawa 67’s (OHL) and Val d’Or Foreurs (QMJHL) are the league champions.

Pats Game #1: vs. Ottawa 67’s – The 67’s won a grueling 5-2 win over the Pats. Ottawa defenseman, Luke Sellars’ screen shot from just inside the blueline beat Donald Choukalos at 7:17 of the second period for the winning marker. It was the second consecutive shot that eluded Choukalos (who allowed 4 goals on just 22 shots). The Pats opened the scoring and upped their lead to 2-0 when hometown hero, Garth Murray, potted the rebound from Kevin Korol’s point shot just less than 2 minutes into the second period. Less than a minute after Murray’s goal, Ottawa forward Adam Chapman, picked off a pass from a Regina defender and ripped a shot over Choukalos’ blocker. Galbraith, drew the 67’s even just five minutes later as his low shot eluded Choukalos’ outstretched glove. The 67’s never looked back.

Pats Game #2: vs. Val d’Or Foreurs – For the second straight game the Pats wasted numerous chances to put away their opponent as the Val-d’Or Foreurs came back from 1-0 and 2-1 deficits to hand the Pats their second consecutive 5-2 loss. Eric Fortier’s goal at 1:32 into the third period sealed the Foreurs victory and guaranteed them a spot in Friday’s tie-breaker.

Fortier’s shot seemed to fool Choukalos, hitting his stick and deflecting into the net to give the

QMJHL champs their first lead of the game. Stephane Veilleux added the insurance goal for the Foreurs when he scored on a nifty pass from Reid, after the speedy centre had deked out Choukalos and the entire Pats defence on a wonderful wraparound. The Foreurs scored two goals on netminder Donald Choukalos, in 99 seconds in the third period to cap their comeback. Choukalos somehow allowed Reid’s harmless point-shot to find the twine behind him and tie the game at 2-2 midway through the second period.

Pats Game #3: vs. Red Deer Rebels – It was a game the Regina Pats had to win and one the Red Deer Rebels could afford to lose. After two embarrassing 5-2 defeats in their first two games, a hyped-up Regina team turned the tables on Red Deer with a 5-2 victory. Pats Defenseman, Jeff Feniak’s, goal four minutes into the second put the Pats into a sudden death tie breaker against the Ottawa 67’s, for the right to play Val-d’Or in the semi-final on Saturday.

Pats head coach Lorne Molleken chose to bench No. 1 netminder, Donald Choukalos, in favour of rookie, Chad Davidson. Davidson, playing his first game in almost two months, made 22 saves

and blanked the Rebels in the third period.

Tie-Breaker: vs. Ottawa 67’s – The 67’s were the first team to be eliminated after a 5-0 loss to the Pats in a tie-breaker game. Pats rookie netminder, Chad Davidson, making his second consecutive start in place of Donald Choukalos, turned aside all 21 shots he faced and extended his scoreless stretch to 83 minutes. Karel Mosovsky scored the game winner on a 5 on 3 advantage, putting in the rebound from Blake Evans’ from the face- off circle. The Pats have scored first in all four games they’ve played. Less than five minutes later Garth Murray, on a great individual effort, muscled his way around the 67’s net and, as he was falling to the ice, one-handed a pass in front that Kevin Korol put between Kotyk’s pads for a 2-0 edge with the insurance marker punching the ticket to the semi-final.

Semi-Final: vs. Val d’Or Foreurs – the Regina Pats and their fans felt like they were planning a victory after Barret Jackman’s goal at 18:32 of the third period.

Happiness turned to sadness as Simon Garmache’s point shot at 19:22 deflected off Pats’ Kevin Korol’s stick past startled Chad Davidson to send the game into overtime.

Sadness turned into sorrow as Chris Lyness’ winner came when his centering pass from behind the Pats net hit Davidson’s goalie’s stick and bounced into the net at 11:46 of the overtime. The Pats were out of the Memorial Cup.

The Red Deer Rebels and Val d’Or Foreurs  needed overtime as Doug Lynch scored the winner as the Rebels won the 2001 Memorial Cup by a 6-5 score.

The 2001-02 Season

Lorne Molleken moves on to Saskatoon. The Pats hired former player Bobby Lowes as the team’s new head coach.

The Vancouver Giants join the WHL.

The Pats won 40 games and tied with the Wheat Kings for first place in the division.

The Pats played the Moose Jaw Warriors in the first round of the playoffs. In game one, the Warriors won 3-2 in sudden death at the Agridome, just 4:18 into the overtime period. In game two Kevin Korol, scored the game winner with less than 4 minutes left as the Pats won 5-3. Also scoring for the Pats: Matt Hubbauer, Curtis Austring and Tyson Mulock. Filip Novak sealed the deal with an empty netter with 1 second left. In game three Pats’ rookie netminder Josh Harding made 41 saves and Grant Jacobsen scored the winner as the Pats edged the Warriors 2-1 to take the series lead. The Warriors took a physical game four 3-1 at the Crushed Can. Kyle Kettles won the goaltending battle in game five as he made 37 saves for the Warriors as they won 2-1 to take a stranglehold on the series. The hometown Warriors sealed the series with a 5-2 win in game six. Despite winning 40 games in the regular season the Pats bowed out in just six games. Warriors won the best of seven series 4 games to 2.

The 2002-03 Season

Overage forward Matt Hubbauer underwent successful to remove a benign tumor from his sinus cavity. He missed the first 37 games of the season and the Pats’ fan favourite made his season debut January 1st against the Wheat Kings.

The Pats played 21 overtime games, tying 14 of them. The club went 25-28-14-5 good enough for 4th place in the division, despite scoring just 2.37 goals per game.

The Pats ended meeting the Brandon Wheat Kings in the first round.

In game one, despite making 48 saves, Josh Harding couldn’t beat the Wheat Kings by himself. A defensive turnover directly led to the game winner and the Pats didn’t have the firepower at the Keystone Centre. In game two the Pats were able to break out and score a 2-1 overtime win as Josh Harding made 35 saves and David McDonald scored the winner. The Pats showing their lack of firepower fell 3-1 to the Wheat Kings in game three. In game four the Pats played hard and took the Wheat Kings to overtime but again fell 2-1 as the Pats now trailed 3 games to 1. Without David McDonald and Chris Schlenker out with injuries and Colton Orr out with a suspension, the Pats were outscored 4-2 in game five. Rick Rypien and Matt Hubbauer got the Pats within one but couldn’t find the answer as the series came to an end. Regina was outshot in the series by an average of 42.4 to 18.4 (212 to 92) per game. Wheat Kings win the best of seven series 4 games to 1.

The 2003-04 Season

The Everett Silvertips join the WHL.

The Pats finished in fourth in the East with 59 points.

The Pats were involved in 15 shutouts on the season: Josh Harding had 2, Dustin Slade had 4 and the Pats were shutout 9 times.

The Pats faced their Highway 1 rivals in the Eastern division quarterfinal.

The Pats could only muster 19 shots in game one as the Warriors beat the Pats 3-0. Pats’ goalie Dustin Slade lost his cool and with 1:45 left in the contest, threw a blocker shot at the head of Dustin Boyd received a match penalty and was ejected. In game two the Pats took a 2-0 lead early in the second period before the Warriors scored three unanswered goals in the second period to take a 3-2 lead. Slade’s replacement Nick Olynyk made 33 saves but the Warriors sealed the win with an empty net goal with just 5 seconds left. In game three, the Warriors scored twice in the first period and that was all they needed as the Warriors skated to a 5-1 win. In game four the Pats fell behind 4-0 before scoring their lone goal in the 2nd period as the Warriors finished the sweep with a 4-1 win. In the four games the Pats scored just 4 goals. Warriors win the best of seven series 4 games to 0.

The 2004-05 Season

On May 7, the Pats hired Curtis Hunt as the new head coach. On July 5, the Pats hired ex-Pat Mike Blaisdell as the team’s assistant coach. Greg Mayer enters his first year as the Pats’ athletic therapist.

On September 16, Regina Pats Hockey Club along with 620 CKRM announced that Sarina Mytopher will be joining “Home Depot Regina Pats Hockey broadcasts this season. Mytopher will handle the play-by-play duties while Rod Pedersen fulfills his Saskatchewan Roughrider broadcast commitments. Sarina will also join Pedersen, and colour commentator Al Dumba for Pats home games throughout the entire season. The Western Hockey League has no prior knowledge of a female play-by-play broadcaster in the history of the league.

This wasn’t a season to remember as the club won just 12 games and finished with 34 points. The club didn’t qualify for the playoffs.

The 2005-06 Season

The Agridome was no more. In July the Regina Exhibition Association Limited announced a 10-year partnership with Brandt Industries. The partnership includes the exclusive naming rights of the Agridome, which will now be known as the Brandt Centre.

Because of the Brier being held at the Brandt Centre the Pats played their last 8 games on the road to end the season. They went 7-1 in those games to finish the season 40 wins and third in the Eastern Division.

The Pats played the Saskatoon Blades in the Eastern Division quarterfinal.

In game one despite making 49 saves, David Reekie took the loss as a innocent shot went off of a Pats defenders skate and by him as the Blades took a 3-2 overtime win. In game two, the Blades scored the game winner with the Pats down two men and that’s all the Blades needed as they took the game 4-1. In game three, Craig Shira’s powerplay goal at 3:30 of overtime gave the Pats a 5-4 win. In game four, Matt Robinson scored twice in the opening frame and the Pats once led the game 3-1, but the Blades scored 4 unanswered goals in a 6-3 Blades win. The Pats kept their season alive in game five as they scored twice in the first and Logan Pyett scored the winner at the 14:01 mark of the second period and Garrett Festerling added some insurance with two third period goals as the Pats won 5-2 to stave off elimination. In game six, the Blades had four different players score in the first period as the Blades skated their way to a series win by a 5-1 score. Blades win the best of seven series 4 games to 2.

The 2006-07 Season

The Chilliwack Bruins are now part of the WHL. Kootenay ICE switch from back to the Central Division and the Swift Current Broncos will now play back in the Eastern Division.

The Pats finished 2nd in the Eastern Division with 80 points.

The Pats and Swift Current Broncos met in the Eastern Division quarterfinal.

In game one Linden Rowat made 23 saves and recorded the shutout as the Pats skated to a 4-0 win. Kaspars Saulietis scored the winner at the 5-minute mark of the first period and Michael MacAngus, Jared Jagow and Garrett Festerling rounded out the scoring. Game two saw the teams tie at three heading into overtime. A costly mistake saw Pats’ goalie Rowat pass the puck off his defender onto the stick of Kyle Bortis who buried the game winner 1:07 into the overtime. In game three the two teams combined for 18 powerplays but each team was only able to score once each, and the Pats held on to a 5-4 win. Logan Pyett scored twice including the game winner. In game four Kyle Ross scored twice including the winner as the Pats won 5-2. In game five, all of the scoring was done in the first 2 periods and the Broncos came out on top with a 3-2 win. It took overtime, but the Pats were able to finish off the Broncos 2-1 in game six. Garrett Festerling opened the scoring and assisted on the overtime goal as Brett Leffler scored with 7 seconds left in the first overtime sealing the series. Pats win the best of seven series 4 games to 2.

The Pats went on to face the high-flying Medicine Hat Tigers in the second round. In game one the Pats scored first, but the Tigers responded with 4 of their own in a 4-1 Tiger win. In the second game the Tigers scored the first 5 goals and never looked back in a 7-2 Tigers trouncing of the Pats. In game three, the Tigers scored 3:30 into overtime to win 2-1, the Pats managed just 17 shots on goal in the loss. In game four the Tigers scored five times in the first 2 periods and that’s all they need as the Tigers held on to finish the series with a 6-3 Tigers win. Tigers win the best of seven series 4 games to 0.

1997-98: Parry Shockey

1998-99: Parry Shockey then Tim Tisdale

1999-00: Tim Tisdale

2000-01: Lorne Molleken

2001-02: Bobby Lowes

2002-03: Bobby Lowes

2003-04: Bobby Lowes

2004-05: Curtis Hunt

2005-06: Curtis Hunt

2006-07: Curtis Hunt


1997-98: Gerad Adams

1998-99: Gerad Adams (traded) Barret Jackman

1999-00: Barret Jackman

2000-01: Barret Jackman

2001-02: Garth Murray

2002-03: Curtis Austring (released) Jordan Clarke (injured), Chris Schlenker

2003-04: Chris Schlenker (until trade), Rick Rypien

2004-05: Rick Rypien

2005-06: Kyle Deck

2006-07: Kyle Deck


Leading Scorers:
1997-98: Ronald Petrovicky 71GP 64-49-113

1998-99: Brett Lysak 61GP 39-49-88

1999-00: Brett Lysak 70GP 38-40-78

2000-01: Brett Lysak 64GP 35-48-83 (Blake Evans had 102 but only 43 with the Pats)

2001-02: Kevin Korol 72GP 24-59-83

2002-03: Tyson Mulock 72GP 19-32-51

2003-04: Dan Waschuk 69GP 25-21-46

2004-05: Brent Hill 70GP 21-36-57

2005-06: Petr Kalus 60GP 36-22-58 and Garrett Festerling 72GP 22-36-58

2006-07: Garrett Festerling 67GP 22-51-73

Defenceman Leaders

1997-98: Brad Stuart 72GP 20-45-65

1998-99: Barret Jackman 70GP 8-36-44

1999-00: Barret Jackman 53GP 9-37-46

2000-01: Filip Novak 64GP 17-50-67 (Paul Elliot had 68 but only 25 with the Pats)

2001-02: Filip Novak 60GP 12-46-58

2002-03: Chris Schlenker 70GP 5-17-22

2003-04: Paul Albers 54GP 5-18-23 (had 1 point with Calgary and 24 in total)

2004-05: Logan Pyett 67GP 5-19-24

2005-06: Logan Pyett 71GP 10-35-45

2006-07: Logan Pyett 71GP 14-48-62

PIM Leaders

1997-98: Kyle Freadrich 259

1998-99: Barret Jackman 259

1999-00: Travis Churchman 238

2000-01: David Kaczowka 414

2001-02: Chris Schlenker 197

2002-03: Matej Trojovsky 229

2003-04: Rick Rypien 186

2004-05: Derek Reinhart 198

2005-06: Jordan Fuder 124 (Jeff Fauth had 134 but only 92 with the Pats)

2006-07: Mike Reich 155 (had 187 total but only 155 with the Pats and Myles Stoesz had 224 total but 89 with the Pats)


1997-98: Ryan Hoople 28-12-2, 2.91 GAA, 4 SO

1998-99: Matt Cockell 14-17-1, 4.09 GAA, 0 SO

1999-00: Donald Choukalos 26-20-4-4, 3.57 GAA, 2 SO

2000-01: Donald Choukalos 33-21-2-2, 3.32 GAA, 3 SO

2001-02: Josh Harding 27-8-1-5, 2.39 GAA, 4 SO

2002-03: Josh Harding 18-22-13-3, 2.75 GAA, 3 SO

2003-04: Dustin Slade 10-8-4-1, 2.20 GAA, 4 SO

2004-05: David Reekie 3-21-1-3, 3.85 GAA, 0 SO

2005-06: David Reekie 31-18-0-3, 3.13 GAA, 2 SO

2006-07: Linden Rowat 25-18-1-6, 2.87 GAA, 4 SO

PLAYOFF TOTALS include the Memorial Cup playoffs and playoff statistics.

Leading Scorers:
1997-98: Boyd Kane 9GP 5-7-12

1998-99: Did not qualify for the playoffs.

1999-00: Brett Lysak 7GP 5-4-9 and Joey Bastien 7GP 3-6-9

2000-01: Brett Lysak 11GP 8-5-13

2001-02: Kevin Korol and Garth Murray 6GP 2-3-5

2002-03: Petr Dvorak 5GP 2-1-3 and Matt Hubbauer 4GP 1-2-3

2003-04: Jon Bubnick and David McDonald 4GP 1-1-2 and Dan Waschuk 4GP 0-2-2

2004-05: Did not qualify for the playoffs.

2005-06: Garrett Festerling 6GP 3-4-7, Kyle Ross 6GP 2-5-7 and Logan Pyett 6GP 1-6-7

2006-07: Garrett Festerling 10GP 5-7-12

Defencemen Leaders

1997-98: Brad Stuart 9GP 6-2-8

1998-99: Did not qualify for the playoffs.

1999-00: Filip Novak 7GP 1-4-5

2000-01: Paul Elliot 11GP 2-8-10

2001-02: Filip Novak 6GP 2-2-4

2002-03: Craig Lineker 5GP 1-0-1

2003-04: Kyle Deck 4GP 0-1-1

2004-05: Did not qualify for the playoffs.

2005-06: Logan Pyett 6GP 1-6-7

2006-07: Logan Pyett 10GP 3-6-9

PIM Leaders

1997-98: Gerad Adams and Barret Jackman 32

1998-99: Did not qualify for the playoffs.

1999-00: Ryan Thomas and Travis Churchman 21

2000-01: Garth Murray 37

2001-02: Filip Novak 19

2002-03: Rick Rypien and Jordan McGillivray 21

2003-04: Rick Rypien 18

2004-05: Did not qualify for the playoffs.

2005-06: Denis Tolpeko 16

2006-07: Kirt Hill 28


1997-98: Ryan Hoople 5-4, 3.34 GAA, 1 SO

1998-99: Did not qualify for the playoffs.

1999-00: Donald Choukalos 3-4, 3.74 GAA, 0 SO

2000-01: Chad Davidson 2-2-0, 2.68 GAA, 1 SO

2001-02: Josh Harding 2-4, 2.95 GAA, 0 SO

2002-03: Josh Harding 1-4, 2.43 GAA, 0 SO

2003-04: Nick Olynyk 0-3, 3.96 GAA, 0 SO

2004-05: Did not qualify for the playoffs.

2005-06: David Reekie 2-4, 3.42 GAA, 0 SO

2006-07: Linden Rowat 4-6, 3.17 GAA, 1 SO

Top 10 Scorers (not including playoffs)

1 Brett Lysak 1997-01 265 134 175 309
2 Matt Hubbauer 1998-02 282 97 84 181
3 Kyle Ross 2003-07 238 56 119 175
4 Filip Novak 1999-02 171 36 128 164
5 Kevin Korol 1999-02 170 48 114 162
6 Karel Mosovsky 1998-01 185 75 85 160
7 Garth Murray 1997-02 266 78 77 155
8 Barret Jackman 1997-01 234 28 111 139
9 David McDonald 1999-04 287 61 76 137
10 Grant Jacobsen 1998-03 214 47 90 137

Top 10 Playoff Scorers

1 Brett Lysak 1997-01 27 19 11 30
2 Garrett Festerling 2005-07 16 8 11 19
3 Filip Novak 1999-02 24 4 14 18
4 Kevin Korol 1999-02 24 7 11 18
5 Logan Pyett 2003-07 19 4 12 16
6 Garth Murray 1997-02 26 7 7 14
7 Karel Mosovsky 1999-01 18 7 7 14
8 Kyle Ross 2003-07 20 6 8 14
9 Matt Hubbauer 1999-03 24 7 6 13
10 Boyd Kane 1997-98 9 5 7 12
11 Blake Evans 2000-01 11 6 5 11

Top 10 Combined Scorers

1 Brett Lysak 1997-01 292 153 186 339
2 Matt Hubbauer 1999-03 306 104 90 194
3 Kyle Ross 2003-07 258 62 127 189
4 Filip Novak 1999-02 195 40 142 182
5 Kevin Korol 1999-02 194 55 125 180
6 Karel Mosovsky 1998-01 203 82 92 174
7 Garth Murray 1997-02 292 85 84 169
8 Garrett Festerling 2005-07 155 52 98 150
9 Barret Jackman 1997-01 260 30 119 149
10 Logan Pyett 2003-07 230 33 115 148

Year-by-year Standings:

Regular Season first/Playoffs Second

68 1997-98 WHL 72 46 21 5 334 250 0.674 9 5 4 33 33 0.556
69 1998-99 WHL 72 24 43 5 238 312 0.368
70 1999-00 WHL 72 32 29 6 5 234 255 0.521 7 3 4 23 25 0.429
71 2000-01 WHL 72 40 27 3 2 285 242 0.590 11 4 7 36 39 0.364
72 2001-02 WHL 72 40 20 4 8 252 192 0.639 6 2 4 12 17 0.333
73 2002-03 WHL 72 25 28 14 5 171 217 0.479 5 1 4 7 13 0.200
74 2003-04 WHL 72 24 37 7 4 155 232 0.410 4 0 4 4 16 0.000
75 2004-05 WHL 72 12 50 4 6 154 285 0.236
76 2005-06 WHL 72 40 27 1 4 236 234 0.590 6 2 4 17 23 0.333
77 2006-07 WHL 72 36 28 2 6 234 220 0.556 10 4 6 28 33 0.400
TOTAL 720 319 310 48 33 10 2293 2439 0.506 58 21 37 160 199 0.362


Regular Season:  Goals For 3.18 // Goals Against 3.39

Playoffs: Goals For 2.76 // Goals Against 3.43
Courtesy Kevin Shaw



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