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Regina Blues

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Location
50°27'01"N
104°38'15"W
Country
 Canada
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The Regina Blues were a Tier-II Junior "A" team based in Regina, Saskatchewan. They were members of the Saskatchewan Junior Hockey League.

History

The "Pat Blues" were created in 1970 when the Regina Pats transferred from the SJHL to the Western Hockey League to maintain their Memorial Cup eligibility. The Blues were the Junior "A" affiliate team for the Major Junior parent club Regina Pats and played their home games at Regina Exhibition Stadium (1970-77) and Regina Agridome (1977-82, now called the Brandt Centre).

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Playoffs

1971 DNQ 1972 Lost Quarter-finalMelville Millionaires defeated Regina Blues 4-games-to-none1973 Lost Quarter-finalEstevan Bruins defeated Regina Blues 4-games-to-21974 Lost Quarter-finalWeyburn Red Wings defeated Regina Blues 4-games-to-11975 Lost Quarter-finalSwift Current Broncos defeated Regina Blues 4-games-to-21976 Lost Quarter-finalWeyburn Red Wings defeated Regina Blues 4-games-to-11977 Lost Quarter-finalWeyburn Red Wings defeated Regina Blues 4-games-to-21978 Lost Semi-finalRegina Blues defeated Estevan Bruins 4-games-to-1 Moose Jaw Canucks defeated Regina Blues 4-games-to-11979 Lost Quarter-finalMoose Jaw Canucks defeated Regina Blues 4-games-to-11980 Lost Quarter-finalEstevan Bruins defeated Regina Blues 4-games-to-none1981 DNQ 1982 DNQ
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