Tyler Brown (pictured) and the Regina Pats unveiled new 100th anniversary jerseys before their home opener Saturday against Brandon as they beat the Wheat Kings 4-2 to earn a split of their opening weekend home-and-home.
The special edition commemorative jersey design for the Regina Pats 100th anniversary season is a tribute to the proud history of Canada’s oldest junior hockey franchise. The simple, classic styling, with its prominent colour band across the chest and arms, emblazoned with authentic Pats lettering, pays respect to the original uniform, first worn a century ago.
Matt Bradley had two goals for the winners—the first one coming on a penalty shot late in the first period. Other Regina goals came from George King and Wyatt Sloboshan.
Regina will be home to the Swift Current Broncos Wednesday in a 7 PM start on 620 CKRM.