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Pats 9 @ Raiders 3 (official summary)

Regina Pats 9 at Prince Albert Raiders 3 - Status: End of Game
Sep 30, 2009 - Art Hauser Centre - Prince Albert, SK

Regina 2 5 2 - 9
Prince Albert 0 1 2 - 3

1st Period-1, Regina, Weal 3 5:45. 2, Regina, Eberle 1 8:13 (pp). Penalties-McCallum P.a (tripping), 7:20; Herle P.a (tripping), 16:33.

2nd Period-3, Regina, Weal 4 (Leffler, Eberle), 3:15. 4, Regina, Metz 1 (Strueby, Davidson), 7:28 (pp). 5, Regina, Eberle 2 (Leffler), 8:36 (sh). 6, Prince Albert, Hickmott 3 (Revenko, Harrison), 12:21. 7, Regina, Strueby 4 (Eberle), 15:45. 8, Regina, Weal 5 (Mulder, Leffler), 16:25. Penalties-Kochan P.a (cross checking), 5:51; Hutt Reg (hooking), 8:20.

3rd Period-9, Prince Albert, Cameron 3 (McNeill, Button), 12:33 (pp). 10, Prince Albert, Hickmott 4 (McCallum), 13:09 (pp). 11, Regina, Leffler 2 14:16 (sh). 12, Regina, Hutt 1 (Metz, Davidson), 15:39 (pp). Penalties-Bell Reg (roughing), 7:03; Eberle Reg (roughing), 7:03; Pym Reg (cross checking), 7:03; Harrison P.a (roughing), 7:03; Herle P.a (roughing), 7:03; Teubert Reg (slashing), 8:52; Metz Reg (tripping), 10:33; Delahey Reg (cross checking), 12:27; Hricina Reg (instigator, major-fighting, 10-minute misconduct), 12:54; Ruopp P.a (major-fighting), 12:54; Poletin Reg (roughing), 13:35; McNeill P.a (bench), 14:16; Favreau Reg (instigator, major-fighting, 10-minute misconduct), 15:44; McNeill P.a (major-fighting), 15:44; Sparrow Reg (high sticking), 18:59; Teubert Reg (10-minute misconduct), 18:59.

Shots on Goal-Regina 18-15-17-50. Prince Albert 6-15-12-33.
Power Play Opportunities-Regina 3 of 4; Prince Albert 2 of 9.
Goalies-Regina, Ketlo 0-2-0-0 (33 shots-30 saves); Guhle 1-2-0-0 (0 shots-0 saves). Prince Albert, Stanford 0-1-0-0 (25 shots-21 saves); Edwards 0-0-0-0 (25 shots-20 saves).
A-0
Referees-Derek Zalaski (8).
Linesmen-Jonny Bast (129), Ryan Lundquist (106).

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