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Pats vs. Swift (update)

Scratches: Davidson, Strueby, Metz and Sparrow.

Pats lines:
Gustafsson-Weal-Eberle
Hood-Hutt-Leffler
Hricina-Mulder-Mitchell
Gardiner-Favreau-Rieder

Carlson-Teubert
Delahey-Bell
Borstmayer-Pym

Ketlo
Guhle (back-up)

Game Stories:
Rod's recap is here.

Big Ern's (Ernie Waldner) recap is here.

Greg Harder's recap is here.

Game Summary:
Swift Current Broncos 2 At Regina Pats 5 - Status: Final
Oct 25, 2009 - Brandt Centre - Regina, SK

Swift Current 1 0 1 - 2
Regina 2 2 1 - 5

1st Period-1, Regina, Hood 3 (Leffler), 1:48. 2, Swift Current, Eakin 14 (Dowling, Hoban), 11:34 (pp). 3, Regina, Weal 9 (Eberle, Teubert), 13:17 (pp). Penalties-Craig S.c (roughing), 9:47; Leffler Reg (roughing), 9:47; Weal Reg (tripping), 10:06; Hoban S.c (hooking), 12:56.

2nd Period-4, Regina, Gustafsson 1 (Eberle, Weal), 6:46 (pp). 5, Regina, Eberle 12 17:36 (sh). Penalties-Scarlett S.c (holding), 3:00; Luhning S.c (holding), 3:57; Claffey S.c (roughing), 4:48; Peddle S.c (major-fighting), 10:10; Gardiner Reg (major-fighting), 10:10; Mitchell Reg (roughing), 16:45.

3rd Period-6, Swift Current, Eakin 15 6:53 (pp). 7, Regina, Hood 4 (Carlson), 7:44. Penalties-Sullivan S.c (kneeing), 2:22; Eakin S.c (unsportsmanlike cnd.), 2:59; Gustafsson Reg (unsportsmanlike cnd.), 2:59; Rieder Reg (hooking), 5:29; Brown S.c (major-fighting), 8:40; Delahey Reg (major-fighting), 8:40; Luhning S.c (holding opp. stick), 11:22; Gardiner Reg (holding), 13:53; Mitchell Reg (delay of game), 15:29.

Shots on Goal-Swift Current 5-8-10-23. Regina 14-14-10-38.
Power Play Opportunities-Swift Current 2 of 5; Regina 2 of 6.
Goalies-Swift Current, Clark 7-3-0-1 (38 shots-33 saves). Regina, Ketlo 3-4-1-0 (23 shots-21 saves).
A-3,806
Referees-Adam Byblow (23), Cole Hamm (51).
Linesmen-Mathew Lawrence (34), Ian Schafer (56).

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