Gordon “Red” Berenson
Gordon “Red” Berenson, native of Regina, played with the Regina Pats Midgets where he was named the SJHL Rookie of the Year in the 56/57 season. From there, he attended the University of Michigan where he won the MVP award in 1962.
After university, Red joined the Montreal Canadiens (1961- 66), beginning a 17 year NHL career, including time with the New York Rangers (1966-68), St. Louis Blues (1968-71 & 1975-78), and the Detroit Red Wings (‘71-75).
Berenson played in the original and legendary eight-game Canada Cup series for Tea...
Bernie, a native of Foam Lake, started with the Foam Lake Flyers, moving on to an outstanding junior career with the Saskatoon Blades from 1973-76. During that time, he scored 166 goals with 245 assists in 249 league and playoff games. Thanks to an amazing last year, he was chosen 7th in the NHL draft by the St. Louis Blues. In the ‘76/77 season, he split his time between the Blues and Kansas City of the CHL, where he was named the league’s Rookie of the Year. The next season, he moved up to the Blues, where he played for another 12 year...
Clark Gillies was born and raised in Moose Jaw where he played baseball in the summer and hockey in the winter. He was a great ball player, playing 3 seasons in the minors in Houston, but ultimately, he decided to pursue hockey. He played for the Regina Pats for 3 seasons with his final season culminating in a Memorial Cup win (1974).
Clark was the 4th overall pick in the 1974 NHL draft, chosen by the New York Islanders. In the late 70’s and early 80’s, he was one of the NHL’s premier left wingers and was a 1st team All-Star in 1978...
Edward “Eddie” William Shore
From Cupar, Eddie Shore started playing hockey competitively while attending the Manitoba Agricultural School in Winnipeg. He went on to play senior hockey for the Melville Millionaires for the 1923-24 playoffs and led the team in scoring. Eddie then turned professional with the Western Canada Hockey League, first playing for the Regina Capitals and then the Edmonton Eskimos.
When the league folded in 1926, Eddie was acquired by the Boston Bruins. Eddie was the most exciting rushing defenseman of his day. In Stanley Cup playoffs, he playe...
William “Bill” Hay
Bill Hay is a Saskatoon native who worked his way through the ranks of hockey to join the Regina Pats in 1952. His hockey skill and schooling led to an athletic scholarship at Colorado College. Bill was an integral part of the Colorado College hockey team, earning all-star team honours consistently and a Bachelor of Science in Geology.
In 1958, Bill attended the Montreal Canadiens training camp and was loaned to the Calgary Stampeders of the WHL. The following season, Bill was shipped to Chicago and made his first NHL appearance with the ...
Delbert “Del” Wilson
A native of Craik, Del has been a fixture with the Pats, boasting a 25 year career with junior hockey in Regina. He began his hockey career as a goaltender for the Regina Abbotts in 1945 and the Pats from 1946 to 47 (when the Abbotts and Regina Commandos were joined). Del began coaching the Pats Minor teams in 1948, coaching Bantam, Midget, Juvenile, and Junior B teams simultaneously until 1965, winning 35 provincial and 3 international titles. He became the General Manager from 1956 to ‘68 while also scouting for the Canadiens in Western ...
John "Jack" Maddia
Jack was born in Moose Jaw, lived in Fort Qu’Appelle 1930 to 1973 and was a resident of Indian Head since 1973. He had a long, outstanding hockey career in the Qu’Appelle Valley area, being instrumental in forming the Fort Qu’Appelle Minor Hockey Association in 1960 and in the same year, he formed the Qu’Appelle Valley Senior Hockey League. After retiring, Jack began his long association with the administration of the sport by refereeing and coaching.
Jack Maddia began serving on the Saskatchewan Amateur Hockey Association (now th...
Michael "Mick" McGeough
Mick, a Regina native, got his start working games at the age of 23, following a hockey career that wrapped up in Spokane, Washington in the Western International Hockey League. He started out as a linesman in the WHL but quickly switched to referee. He moved up the ranks with his WHL culminating in officiating the 1986 Memorial Cup final.
In 1987, he moved to the NHL
2001: official at the All-Star game - Feb 3, 2007: Ref’d his 1,000th career game
2006: ref’d the Stanley Cup final – Edmonton Oilers vs. Carolina Hurricanes
1914 Regina Victorias Hockey Club
The 1914 Regina Victorias deserve this honour thanks to what they were able to accomplish in their very first year of existence. The club won the Allan Cup in their very first season – 1913-14 – against Grand-Mere, Quebec. In that day, the Allan Cup was as big a deal as the Stanley Cup is today. Members of the team were:
Front Row: J. Kain, J. Tait, Fred Wilson, J. Brown (physical instructor), Lyman Abbott, J. Potts, C. Young.
2nd Row: Frank Mastel, Austin Creswell (captain), Charlie Otton, Alvin Hammond, Walter Molisky, Fred McCul...