Pats to pick seventh overall in 2019 CHL Import Draft Thursday


The Regina Pats Hockey Club is pleased to announce they will be taking part in the 2019 CHL Import Draft on Thursday, June 27.

The Pats hold the seventh overall selection for the draft which begins at 9 a.m. Regina time.

In order to make room for the selection, the Pats traded forward Sergei Alkhimov to the Vancouver Giants on Tuesday.

Recent Pats CHL Import Picks:

2018: Sergei Alkhimov (47th overall). Nikita Sedov, 2nd round (107th overall)

2017: Egor Zamula (60th overall). Emil Oksanen, 2nd round (120th overall).

2016: Filip Ahl, 1st round (31st overall).

2015: Nikolai Knyzhov, 1st round (41st overall).

2014: Sergey Zborovskiy, 1st round (39th overall).

2013: Dmitry Sinitsyn, 1st round (16th overall). Maximillian Kammerer, 2nd round (76th overall).

2012: Emil Sylvegard, 1st round (32nd overall).

2011: Dominic Volek, 1st round (9th overall).

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