Pats acquire Englot from Hurricanes for draft pick


The Regina Pats and Lethbridge Hurricanes came together on a trade Monday afternoon.

In the deal, the Pats acquired 16-year-old forward Drew Englot from Lethbridge in exchange for a fourth-round selection in the 2022 Western Hockey League Bantam Draft.

Englot, a product of Candiac, Sask., was selected in the fourth round, 76th overall, by the Hurricanes in the 2017 WHL Bantam Draft.

With the Notre Dame Midget AAA Hounds, Englot thrived offensively in the 2018-19 season. In 43 games, he posted 41 points (21G-20A) and added seven points (2G-5A) in 12 playoff games. He ranked fifth on team scoring in the regular season. Englot also played with Team Saskatchewan at the 2017 WHL Cup.

Englot has been a part of a Midget AAA Hounds team that has won back-to-back Saskatchewan Midget AAA Hockey League Championships.

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