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    Quote Originally Posted by RWAH View Post
    I am not a good judge of talent but I think that all the coaches and the scouts are part of these deals and we are building for the 16/17 and 17/18 seasons and I will wait and see the results. It is a breath of fresh air that there is a plan and not the knee jerk reaction the Pats used in the past.
    Here's a night mare. if we trade Gay we have room for a 20 so we can move Wapple and recall McAuley "yuk"
    Gay is 19. Christoffer, D'Amico and Padakin are the OA's.

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    @Rebelshockey: TRADE: Rebels acquire Connor Gay, 1st (’16), 2nd (’15), & 7th (’17) rd picks from Regina, for Jake Leschyshyn and a 4th rd pick (’17).

    Ok that is a freaken lot to give up for Jake who can't even be part of our roster this year as if I recall he is only 15

    This trade is the first one I don't like at all
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    wow!!
    That is a lot to give up when you are talking about acquiring draft picks.
    Paddock must be really high on the kid.

    I don't think he is done.

    I am going to need a program for Wednesday's game

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    Witness you won't need a program as so far te only player physically added to our roster is Connor hobbs, although we only have 10 active forwards right now so we need to make call ups or trade sow thing coming our way now

    Jake must be the next Steel
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    Quote Originally Posted by witness View Post
    wow!!
    That is a lot to give up when you are talking about acquiring draft picks.
    Paddock must be really high on the kid.

    I don't think he is done.

    I am going to need a program for Wednesday's game
    That leaves the team with 11 forwards and of those 11, McAmmond is hurt.... more to come I'm sure.

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    When did high scoring 19 year olds become worth less than guys who in the future might be high scoring 19 year olds?

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    Quote Originally Posted by nivek_wahs View Post
    Deal is Done.....

    http://reginapats.com/article/pats-a...ct-from-rebels

    Pats Acquire Top Prospect from Rebels

    Jan 05, 2015 - 12:43 CST
    Written By: Regina Pats Staff,
    Regina, Saskatchewan – Regina Pats Sr. VP of Hockey Operations and Head Coach John Paddock announced today the team has acquired top prospect forward Jake Leschyshyn (’99) and a 2017 4th Round Bantam Draft pick in exchange for forward Connor Gay (’95), a 2016 1st Round pick, 2015 2nd Round pick and 2017 7th Round pick. John Paddock will be available to speak with the media at 2:30 p.m. in the Media/VIP room in the lower level of the Brandt Centre.

    Jake Leschyshyn (5’10”, 167 lbs) was the Rebels’ 6th Overall selection in the 2014 WHL Bantam Draft. In his draft year, Leschyshyn posted 59 points (31G, 28A) in 31 games with the Saskatoon Stallions of the SBAAHL and in nine games with the SMAAAHL’s Saskatoon Blazers, had 6 points (2G, 4A). In his first year playing Midget AAA full time, Leschyshyn has 24 points (10G, 14A) in 25 games with the Blazers. The son of former NHL’er Curtis Leschyshyn, Jake will be a member of Team Saskatchewan at the 2015 Canada Winter Games in Prince George February 21st-March 5th.

    “In Jake we’re getting an outstanding young player taken 6th overall in the Bantam Draft last year,” said John Paddock. “He has a great hockey pedigree and fits in with the time-frame of us molding a team for the future. Having already added two 17 year olds sitting a year older than the 1998 age group, we’ve now add premiere player to our crop of prospects.”

    Connor Gay was a list player of the Pats who went on to make his debut in the 2012-13 season. He went on to play 135 games for the Blue and White while registering 92 points (40G, 52A). After totaling four points in his 17 year old season, Gay broke out for 43 points (19G, 24A) last season and has already surpassed that mark with 44 points (20G, 24A) in 39 games this year. Connor has been an active member in the community Pats and was an exemplary ambassador for the Pats around Regina in his three years wearing the Blue and White.

    “In a short time coaching Connor, I can’t say enough about his play, leadership and attitude,” continued Paddock. “We’ll miss him in Regina and we wish him the best in Red Deer. In the end it was a deal we couldn’t refuse as we look to the future.”

    The Pats are back on the ice Wednesday night against the Everett Silvertips in a 7:00 p.m. puck drop. Tickets are available through Ticketmaster.ca, the Brandt Centre Box Office and Safeway locations throughout Regina.
    A lot of moving parts here, can someone smarter than me give me the bottom line?

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    Seems like a lot to give up for a 15 yr old that is unproven in the league. I hope it works out for you guys. Program sales just went up in the Queen City.

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    I like Steel . But Sherwood park tried to win by building around Sammy as well in bantam and midget AAA. They lost every time what makes this different !!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Some_Arrogant_Jerk View Post
    Guess we will wait for your sources to fax you info...unless your sources are just those free websites on the computer screen all of us can see too.

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