Colin Patterson


Number: 11
Shoots: Right
Height: 6'2"
Weight: 195
Birth Date: 1960-05-11
Birth Place: Rexdale, Ontario


An excellent defensive forward on the Flames Stanley Cup Championship team back in 1989, Colin Patterson specialized in neutralizing the league’s best players.  


As a General Manager for Strad Energy Services, “Patter” uses the business degree he earned at Clarkson University along with the perseverance and dedication he showed as an NHL player.   

Having coached numerous minor hockey teams over the years in Calgary, Colin has some good advice for anyone providing guidance to young players.


“Just keep in mind that you’re developing the kids for hockey and for life.  Emphasize having fun because eventually we all end up in the same league anyways… Old Timer Hockey!”

When he’s not at work or helping a worthy charity with the Flames Alumni, Colin can be found at home with his wife Sherrie, daughters Bethany and Michelle and his son Derek.


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