Regina Pats’ Jaxsin Vaughan to play in World Under-17 Hockey Challenge

Jaxsin Vaughan of the Regina Pats has been selected to play in the World Under-17 Hockey Challenge, to be held in B.C. from Nov. 3 to 12.

The 16-year-old forward has two goals in 11 games during the 2022-23 WHL season. He was the Pats’ first-round choice (21st overall) in the 2021 prospects draft.

Vaughan is to play for Team Canada White at the six-team tournament, which will also include Team Canada Black, Team Canada Red, and representatives from Czechia, Finland, Sweden and the United States.

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The Pats (6-4-0-1) are to return to action Thursday against the 5-4-0-0 Moose Jaw Warriors (7 p.m., Moose Jaw Events Centre).

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The teams will then meet Sunday, 4 p.m., at the Brandt Centre.


The Rams (4-2) are coming off Saturday’s 23-20 loss to the No. 2 University of Saskatchewan Huskies. Regina’s only two losses this season have been to the Huskies, who have won by a combined four points.

Regina, which has clinched a Canada West playoff berth, is to return to action Saturday against host University of Calgary Dinos. The Rams will then complete their regular season Oct. 29 against the University of Manitoba Bisons (2 p.m., Mosaic Stadium).


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Two goals by Luke Moroz helped the Regina Pat Canadians defeat the Estevan Bears 6-2 in Saskatchewan Male AAA Hockey League action Tuesday at Affinity Place.

Nolan Stevenson, Steven Steranka, Jaxon Skiftun and Rhett Platt also scored to help Regina improve its record to 6-1-0-1. Carter Skarbon and Cutter Knight replied for Estevan (1-8-0-1).


The Weyburn Red Wings trailed 3-0 before scoring four unanswered goals to defeat the host Kindersley Klippers 4-3 in SJHL action Tuesday.

Weyburn got second-period goals from Mathieu Gautier and Riley See before Matthew Reidy and Elijah Anderson scored in the third. Anderson’s goal, at 11:05, snapped a 3-3 tie.

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