Regina Pats goaltender Teagan Sacher has rarely been so anxious to suit up - even if it was only for practice. After missing the past five games with a hip flexor injury, Sacher has been slowly building towards a return to the lineup. It began Tuesday when he got back on the ice for a brief skate, followed the next day by his participation in a goalie session with coach Rob Muntain. The next step in Sacher's recovery came Thursday when he rejoined the team for a full practice at the Brandt Centre. "I'm making really good progress," he said shortly before hitting the ice. "Things are feeling good. I just have to get back in game shape, get back into the rhythm. It has been two weeks of rehab and trying to get better. I want to be out there with the guys. It's boring when you have to sit out but I'm excited to get back on the ice." For more on this article by the Regina Leader Post Click Here.   All three goaltenders on the Regina Pats roster have been trained by GDI. Dawson MacAuley previously attended GDI Regional Summer Camps, and both Teagan Sacher and Spencer Tremblay have been longtime 1v1 students out of the centre and in addition trained in the Total GDI Academy over the past two summers.