Norm Beaudin (RW) – For his second Regina Pats season, 1960-61, Beaudin played on a high-scoring line with centre, Garry Peters and left winger Gary Butler. In the third game of the best-of seven SJHL final against Estevan Bruins the line had 10 points in a 6-4 Regina victory. He scored the winner in Regina’s clinching 2-1 victory. Regina lost the Western Canadian semi-final to the Edmonton Oil Kings in 1961. Edmonton picked up Beaudin for the 1962 Memorial Cup, which they lost to the Hamilton Red Wings. Born in 1941 in Montmartre, Saskatchwan. He played 172 regular season games for the Pats, scored 122 goals and had 102 assists, plus 51 games, 36 goals, 14 assists in the play-offs. Beaudin played only parts of two NHL seasons. Played 13 games with St. Louis Blue in the 1967-68 season (one goal, one assist) and 12 game with Minnesota North Stars in 1970-71. Scored 97 goals in 4 season with the World Hockey Association (WHA) Winnipeg Jest and finished his career in 1978 after two years in Switzerland.