In his brief time with the Regina Pats, goaltender Teagan Sacher has developed a reputation for playing it cool. However, Sacher's poker face eluded him Saturday night following his first WHL victory - a 4-3 comeback decision over the Everett Silvertips. Afterwards, the unflappable rookie admitted it felt like a huge weight had been lifted from his shoulders. "Does it ever," Sacher said with a grin as 4,101 fans headed for the exits at the Brandt Centre. "It took longer than I expected but I'm just so happy to get it over with and now I can build from here. I definitely don't think I was at my best but the boys were able to put a couple goals in and bail me out so I'm happy." It was Sacher's fourth start of the season while serving as the backup behind veteran workhorse Matt Hewitt, who has been one of Regina's best players in the early going. Sacher hadn't been bad, either, he just wasn't getting the results. "Teagan has played well," said head coach Pat Con-acher. "Every game he has played he has played well. It was great that he hung in there and gave us a chance to win." To read more on this article from the Regina Leader Post Click Here. Teagan Sacher has been a staple at GDI Prairies over the past three years as he has gone through 1v1 consulting year round. The past two off-seasons Sacher participated in the Total GDI Academy which included 3 hours of ice a week and Elite Performance Off-Ice Training. Added to his training he also was involved with being a goaltender in many pro/college 3v3 games late at night. Added to Sacher’s resume includes a MJHL Championship Final in the 2012 Season and capturing the Telus Cup – National Championship in his 2011 season. All the staff at GDI would like to wish him the best heading into this upcoming year.