Wednesday, March 18, 2015

Pats Lose Steel For Season

(Sam Steel Photo-Courtesy KH Photo)

The Regina Pats Hockey Club regrets to announce centre Sam Steel will be out long-term due to injury.
Steel was injured during the March 10, 2015 away game against the Prince Albert Raiders.  This was a make-up game from February 14, 2015 that was postponed due to bad weather.  The rookie centre suffered an ankle injury during the second period of the game.

In 61 games, Steel recorded 17 goals and 37 assists, tallying 54 points.

(Regina Pats-Daniel Fink)  


Anonymous said...

Can Lasychyn (SP) make up for Sam's absence? If not, I don't see Pats beating Broncos.

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Anonymous said...

Good luck on recovery for next season.

Anonymous said...

Steel or no Steel, SC will win the first round matchup. Paddock killed this team's chances at the deadline and while there is a lot of talent and promise for next year, the bottom line is this team will fail in the first round again. BOOK IT!

Anonymous said...

Last anonymous has booked his utter stupidity for the world to see. Pats will beat Broncos, no question, not even close. The post is laughable. Paddock obviously knows what he's doing. The past amateur show with the Pats is done. Rolling lines, everyone plays, family atmosphere, BOOK a 2nd round appearance against Edmonton Oil Kings. Pats advance to 3rd round this year.

Anonymous said...

To the guy who thinks Edmonton is beating Brandon. DREAM ON!!