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Pats @ Raiders

Update:
Raiders win 3-2 in OT on a goal by Igor Revenko.

1. REG Eberle, (10) (Weal, Davidson), 6:36 (PP)
1. P.A Hickmott, (7) , 16:27
2. REG Teubert, (4) (Slobozian), 16:05 (PP)
3. P.A McCallum, (5) (Revenko), 10:04
4. P.A Revenko

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I know that the summary says Slobozian but it is Carlson with the assist.
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Full game summary


Regina Pats 2 At Prince Albert Raiders 3 (OT) - Status: Final OT
Oct 20, 2009 - Art Hauser Centre - Prince Albert, SK

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

1st Period-1, Regina, Eberle 10 (Weal, Davidson), 6:36 (pp). 2, Prince Albert, Hickmott 7 16:27. Penalties-Pym Reg (checking from behind), 1:27; Rowley P.a (holding), 6:09; Wall P.a (high sticking, high sticking), 6:21; McNeill P.a (too many men), 10:32.

2nd Period-3, Regina, Teubert 4 (Carlson), 16:05 (pp). Penalties-Eberle Reg (hooking), 4:13; Mitchell Reg (high sticking), 14:47; Harrison P.a (roughing), 14:47; Deck P.a (tripping), 15:32.

3rd Period-4, Prince Albert, McCallum 5 (Revenko), 10:04. Penalties-Strueby Reg (hooking), 0:55; Aasman P.a (holding), 16:00.

OT Period-5, Prince Albert, Revenko 8 (Rowley, Maylan), 2:30. Penalties-Delahey Reg (slashing), 0:20.

Shots on Goal-Regina 14-12-10-0-36. Prince Albert 8-10-7-4-29.
Power Play Opportunities-Regina 2 of 6; Prince Albert 0 of 4.
Goalies-Regina, Ketlo 2-2-1-0 (29 shots-26 saves). Prince Albert, Zemlak 6-5-0-0 (36 shots-34 saves).
A-1,859
Referees-Graham Skilliter (98).
Linesmen-Jason Roy (94), Derek Craig (63).

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