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Pats fall 5-1 to the Blades in game 1 of the regular season

The story from Rod's blog can be found here.

The lines as Rod announced on air just prior to puck drop:
Poletin-Weal-Leffler
Hricina-Strueby-Mitchell
Gardiner-Czibere-Metz
Hood-Rieder-Favreau

Pym-Sparrow
Slobozian-Bell
Borstmayer-Davidson

Ketlo
Guhle

Scratches: Perrault, Eberle, Mulder, Teubert, Froese, Delahey

Wearing letters: Leffler 'A' and Mitchell 'A'

SUMMARY

Regina Pats 1 at Saskatoon Blades 5 - Status: Final
Sep 18, 2009 - Credit Union Centre - Saskatoon, SK

Regina 0 1 0 - 1
Saskatoon 0 2 3 - 5

1st Period-
No Scoring.
Penalties-Mitchell Reg (interference), 1:36; Sparrow Reg (roughing), 10:39; Toomey Sas (roughing), 10:39; Langkow Sas (interference), 13:01; Zahn Sas (high sticking), 15:17; Sparrow Reg (hooking), 17:20; Wall Sas (tripping), 18:35.

2nd Period-
1, Saskatoon, Wintoneak 1 (Patterson, Dziurzynski), 6:02 (pp).
2, Regina, Strueby 1 6:45.
3, Saskatoon, Wall 1 (Hamilton), 12:42.
Penalties-Gardiner Reg (hooking), 2:07; Favreau Reg (charging), 5:44; Weal Reg (hooking), 7:21; Dziurzynski Sas (roughing), 14:25; Leffler Reg (hooking), 18:33; Toomey Sas (inter. on goaltender), 18:44.

3rd Period-
4, Saskatoon, Toomey 1 (Elliott, Klassen), 1:56.
5, Saskatoon, Gallimore 1 (Wall, Hulak), 16:11.
6, Saskatoon, Toomey 2 (Hamilton, Elliott), 17:01.
Penalties-Mitchell Reg (high sticking, instigator, major-fighting, misconduct-visor), 4:17; Zahn Sas (major-fighting), 4:17; Thrower Sas (tripping), 8:01; Rieder Reg (roughing), 12:55; Crooks Sas (roughing), 12:55; Hood Reg (major-fighting), 16:38; Rieder Reg (roughing), 16:38; Benson Sas (major-fighting), 16:38; Bell Reg (10-minute misconduct), 16:48; Leffler Reg (misconduct-visor), 16:48; Sparrow Reg (major-fighting, game misconduct), 16:48; Dziurzynski Sas (game misconduct), 16:48; Thrower Sas (roughing, 10-minute misconduct), 16:48; Wintoneak Sas (10-minute misconduct), 16:48; Zahn Sas (major-fighting), 16:48; Slobozian Reg (cross checking), 17:49.

Shots on Goal-Regina 6-7-5-18. Saskatoon 4-14-21-39.
Power Play Opportunities-Regina 0 of 6; Saskatoon 1 of 9.
Goalies-Regina, Ketlo 0-1-0-0 (39 shots-34 saves). Saskatoon, Morrison 1-0-0-0 (18 shots-17 saves).
A-5,219
Referees-Adam Byblow (23), Reagan Vetter (79).
Linesmen-Ryan Lundquist (106), Chad Williams (60).

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