January 7, 2015 3:18 pm

Regina Pats set to unveil new state-of-the-art score clock

The new clock will cost over $3 million and will be unveiled at the Pats home game on January 23rd.

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REGINA – The Regina Pats are finally bringing back a score clock to centre ice at the Brandt Centre.

The team announced that the Brandt Centre will be getting a new state-of-the-art NHL-caliber digital score clock.

“We wanted to raise the stakes for Pats fans in a big way,” says Regina Pats co-owner Shaun Semple.

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“Regina has faithfully supported this team for almost a century and we owe it to our fans to deliver the very best. This clock is an absolute game-changer; it will be among the most impressive in the league. We’re very proud that it, and the necessary upgrades to the building, are being 100% designed, built and managed right here in Regina by Brandt, exclusively using local suppliers and trades.”

The new clock will cost over $3 million and will be unveiled at the Pats home game on January 23rd.

The unit includes ten display screens, with four main video displays, four curved corner sponsor video displays, and top and bottom ring screens.

This clock will be the largest suspended score clock in Saskatchewan, weighing in at 22,000 pounds.

Structural upgrades were also completed at the Brandt Centre to be able to accommodate the hefty clock.

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