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Sept. 12 Blades @ Pats Game Summary

GAME SUMMARY
First Period
1. Saskatoon, Wall (Yaworski, Patterson) 3:17
2. Regina, Strueby (Pym, Weal) 6:42
3. Regina, Leffler (Metz, Strueby) 10:36 (pp)
4. Regina, Hricina (Pym, Czibere) 12:22 (pp)
5. Saskatoon, Nichols (Yaworski, Toomey) 19:59
Penalties — Weal Reg (hooking) 3:46, Gardiner Reg (interference) 7:27, Seimens Stn (slashing) 8:37, Crooks Stn (slashing) 10:58, Dziurzynski Stn (boarding) 14:49, Strueby Reg (holdng) 16:28.
Second Period
6. Regina, Leffler (Weal, Hricina) :23
7. Saskatoon, Wintoneak (Seimens) 3:48
8. Saskatoon, Dziurzynski (Wintoneak, Langkow) 13:01 (pp)
Penalties — Langkow Stn (high-sticking) :52, Borstmayer Reg (cross-checking) 7:54, Gardiner Reg (cross-checking) 11:07, Sparrow Reg (tripping) 11:49, Toomey Stn (roughing) 14:19, Dietz Stn (delay of game) 19:43, Gardiner Reg (hooking) 19:47.
Third period
9. Regina, Leffler :37 (sh)
10. Saskatoon, Matheson (Patterson) 3:21 (pp)
Penalties — Pym Reg (slashing) :08, Wall Stn (delay of game) :37, Leffler Reg (boarding) 3:08, Davidson Reg (holding) 3:43, Weal Reg (interference) 11:13, Metz Reg (handling the puck) 16:06.
Overtime
11. Regina, Leffler (Davidson, Borstmayer) :50
Penalties — none.
Saskatoon 11 17 11 1—40
Regina 15 10 6 1—32
Goal — Regina: Tendler (23-20) and Guhle (11:07 second); Saskatoon: Krahn (21-17) and Sharkey (11:07 second).
Power play (goals-chances) — Saskatoon: 2-12; Regina: 2-8.
Referee — Brett Montison, Patrick Gagnon; Linesmen — Matthew Lawrence, Keith Salamon.
Attendance — 1,722

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