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Sept. 13 Pats @ Raiders

I just thought I would check to see if the game was on the radio and I was able to tune into the game on 900 CKBI's Live Stream. Less than 30 seconds left in the first when I tuned in, so I don't know the scratches.

Score is 0-0 after 1 period. Shots 15-11 Raiders. Ketlo vs. Zemlak in the battles between the pipes. Powerplays 0-1 Pats, 0-3 Raiders.

Update(1): Nathan Deck scores on a 5-on-3 to make it 1-0 Raiders about 2 minutes into the 2nd.
Update(2):Tyler Borstmayer scores 4 on 4 (at 16:54) to make it 1-1 with about 3 minutes left in the 2nd. Myles Bell and Jordan Weal announced as assists. The 2nd period ends 1-1. Shots 13-4 Raiders. Raider 1-3 on the PP and the Pats 0-1.
Update(3): Early in the 3rd.... Brayden Metz scores on the man advantage with the assists to Matt Strueby and Jordan Weal to make it 2-1 Pats. The announcer Drew Wilson keeps on calling Strueby; Todd. The color guy corrected Wilson and they had a good chuckle. Then calls him Todd about 30 seconds later. I really like these announcers.
Update(4): Brandon Herrod connects on the PP assisted by Justin Maylan and Nathan Deck 4:08 into the 3rd. Score is now 2-2.
Update(5): Craig McCallum scores on the PP assisted by Ryan Aasman with about 7 minutes left. 3-2 Raiders.
Update(6): Pats lose 3-2. Powerplays were 3/10 for the Raiders and 1/5 for the Pats. Final shots 41-27 for the Raiders.

Raider radio 3 Stars
1) Nathan Deck
2) Jordan Weal
3) Brandon Herrod

Quick story about the game from Greg Harder on his blog.

KS

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