In goal, the Pats face a welcome dilemma with Teagan Sacher stepping up to challenge the returning duo of Matt Hewitt and Adam Beukeboom. Sacher led all WHL goalies in the pre-season with a 0.66 goals-against average and a .980 save percentage. The Pats are expected to alleviate the logjam via trade, but the timeline is unclear. Hewitt is already in the midst of a complex overage dilemma as one of five 20-year-olds battling for three spots, along with Rieder, Lane Scheidl, Colton Jobke and Brandon Underwood.Further complicating matters is the fact that Jobke might not return from a pro tryout. Head coach Pat Conacher may have added a little clarity to the situation when he hinted strongly that Hewitt will retain his status as the team's No. 1 goalie, especially given the changes and uncertainty on the back end.   "For me, success for any team starts in net," said Conacher. "Matt Hewitt proved last year that he was a pretty good goalie for us. I'm a big history guy. Unless the wheels absolutely fall off, he has proven that he has done it. A lot of crazy things can happen but you look at Hewie and what he means to our team, he's a real big asset for us. To me, Hewie and Jordan Weal and Brandon Davidson - probably our whole back end - were the reasons why we got into the playoffs last year." To read more on this article from Greg Harder of the Leader Post in Regina Click Here.