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Pats @ Wheats Sept. 4 (update: Pats lose 4-3 in a shoot out)

I was really hoping this one would be on Brandon radio but I was wrong.... I guess I will have to wait for updates or a summary later.

Edit (1): I see that Bruce Luebke twitters and has updated the score 2-1 Pats after 1. Leffler and Delahey for the Pats and Hall for Brandon. Shots 8-8.

Edit (2): 3-2 Brandon after 2.

Edit (3): 3-3 heading to OT. Davidson tied it up.

Edit (4): Pats lose 4-3 in a shootout.

Pats Press Release:
Pats Go Down in a Shoot Out
2009-09-04

Brandon, Manitoba -- For the second game in a row, the Regina Pats were defeated by way of the shoot-out. Tonight it was at Westman Communications Group Place in Brandon, 4-3 to the Wheat Kings.

Scoring for the Pats was 20 year old defenceman Matt Delahey, 20 year old forward Brett Leffler and 18 year old rookie defenceman Brandon Davidson, who picked up his first of the pre-season. Damien Ketlo got the start between the pipes, while Derek Tendler played the second half of the game, including the shoot-out.

The Pats had a 2-1 lead after 20 minutes to play, only to see the Wheat Kings score twice to hold a 3-2 edge heading into the final session. After overtime was finished, the two teams needed a 6 round shoot-out, Brett Leffler scored for the Pats, Aaron Lewadniuk replied for the Wheatties, with rookie forward Michael Ferland notching winner.

The Pats were outshot 23-22 and fall to 0-2-0-2 for the season.

The Blue and White will play their first home game of the exhibition season on Wednesday night. The Wheatties will pay a visit to the Brandt Centre, puck will drop at 7pm.
Tickets for Wednesday night’s game are available through Ticketmaster at 543-7800, or can be purchased at the box office in the east end of the ‘Dome.

2009-10 Regina Pats season tickets are currently on sale at the Pats Office, located at the west end of the Brandt Centre. Call 522-PATS to reserve your seat for the upcoming season of Regina Pats Hockey.

Edit:

Here is the game summary

Reg. 3 at Bdn. 4 (SO)
First Period
1. Brandon, Hall 1 (Stone, DePape) :19
2. Regina, Leffler (Poletin, Weal) 2:43
3. Regina, Delahey (Hricina) 7:12
Penalties — Graham Reg (tripping) 4:39, Miller Bdn (interference) 7:56, Rieder Reg (checking from behind) 8:36, Slobozian Reg (interference) 11:51, Cowan Bdn (roughing) 15:39, Bestland Bdn (checking from behind) 16:10.
Second Period
4. Brandon, Robidoux 1 (Rouse) 9:53
5. Brandon, Bestland 1 (Walker, Cowan) 19:23
Penalties — Rieder Reg (high-sticking) 2:54, Metz Reg (roughing) 11:30.
Third Period
6. Regina, Davidson (Breitkreuz, Froese) 13:53
Penalties — Bestland Bdn (delay of game) :46, Miller Bdn (kneeing) 7:13, Hood Reg (hooking) 10:56, Ferland Bdn (interference) 15:08, Breitkreuz Reg (kneeing) 18:00.
Overtime
No scoring.
Penalties — None.
Shootout
(Brandon wins 2-1)
Regina: Poletin, miss; Leffler, goal; Hricina, miss
Brandon: Stone, miss; Lewadniuk, goal; Ferland, goal.
Shots on goal by
Regina 8 4 8 2 — 22
Brandon 8 11 4 0 — 23
Goal (shots-saves) — Regina: Ketlo (12-11), Tendler (OTL) (9:49 of 2nd, 11-9); Brandon: Liston (10-8), Flette (W,1-0) (9:49 of 2nd, 12-11).
Power plays (goals-chances) — Regina: 0-7; Brandon: 0-6.
Referees — Nathan Wieler; Linesmen — Sean Dufour, Keith Salamon.
Attendance — 809.

KS

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