The new Regina Pats coach states it best when he says,"everybody has to go out and win their jobs. That's the bottom line." Greg Harder (Leader Post) reports that following a major cutdown on the weekend, the Pats have gone from 71 players at the start of camp to 33 heading into Friday's preseason opener against the Moose Jaw Warriors (7 p.m., Co-operators Centre). Conacher says all the remaining players have a chance to earn a spot "or they wouldn't be here." "We still have three weeks of training camp left," said the head coach, who ran his first full practice Tuesday after four days of scrimmages. "We have (33) players in camp right now and they're still competing for jobs and the evaluation process is still going on. We'll be teaching and implementing different things but still it's training camp and every day is an evaluation process." The same {competition between rookie and veteran players} goes for the goaltending competition between veterans Damien Ketlo and Matt Hewitt, along with rookies Adam Beukeboom and Teagan Sacher. Ketlo has been a starter for two years but split the job with Hewitt in the second half of last season. Complicating matters, the team can only keep three 20-year-olds, so Ketlo could find himself caught in a numbers game. "They've all played well but no one has really gone out and taken the bull by the horns and proven he wants the job," Conacher said of his four goalies. "To me it's all wide open." Moving towards the weekend there will be a big projection of having that "compete" factor for each goaltender to fight for their spot on the Pats roster. Securing that spot takes in part a critical component of consistency within a goaltenders strengths and simple areas of their game, and also a dynamic aspect of competing and contributing to the team when called upon. Having been a large contributor to each goaltenders development through the years, GDI Prairies staff would like to wish the best to all four goaltenders remaining.