Records fall and milestones hit as sun sets on Pats' season

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March 16, 2017 - 5:11pm
Pats celebrate after a goal is scored against Swift Current on March 16, 2017. The club would go on to earn their record breaking 50th win.
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Pats celebrate after a goal is scored against Swift Current on March 16, 2017. The club would go on to earn their record breaking 50th win.

It’s been a dream regular season for the Pats, with two games still to go.

On Wednesday, the Pats broke a decades long franchise record, hitting 50 wins on the season. The week before, the Pats also set a new points record at 102, but that number continues to rise.

As the team continues to have success, many of the players are hitting personal milestones. With two more regular season games to go to hit new heights, here’s a look at a few of club’s - and its premier players - successes.

Team

  • 50 wins, the most in franchise history (previous record 49)
  • 108 points, the most in franchise history (previous record 100)
  • Best powerplay conversion percentage (31.4 per cent) since the 1996 Brandon Wheat Kings

 

Sam Steel

  • First under-19 player to hit 130 points since 1990
  • One goal away from 50 goals
  • First in the league in points (130)
  • Second in the league in assists (81)
  • Tied for second in the league in powerplay assists (29)
  • Tied for second in shorthanded goals (5)
  • Third in the league in goals (49)
  • New career high in goals (49)

 

Adam Brooks

  • Third overall in games played for the Pats
  • 12th in all-time Pats scoring
  • 40 goals on the season
  • Second in the league in points (123)
  • First in the league in assists (83)
  • First in powerplay assists (35)
  • Fifth in game winning goals (9)
  • New career high in goals (40)

 

Connor Hobbs

  • Tied franchise record for scoring by a defenceman (30)
  • First in the league in defencemen scoring (30)
  • New career high in goals (30)