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It's about time I updated The Blueliner

I've been lazy the last few days just sitting and watching sports. I actually enjoyed most of the Pats' games this weekend (Saturday was the exception). I had the opportunity to watch the road games on the internet and have to say that the Wheat Kings webcast is probably one of the better ones in the WHL.... Other than a couple of choppy segments it was good.

I honestly don't know what to say about the pats this year.... one night they are fun to watch the next night it's just eyeglazing hockey (I know it has to do with the opponent as well); it puzzles me. Thinking about it.... the Pats have been like this for years. Me as a fan; I don't know what goes on behind closed doors or if the players are hurt or if they are sick but some nights players just look downright sluggish. But that's a discussion for another day.

I was going to put a huge write-up about this weekend games but it's already Monday and most people have read what they wanted to read or heard what they wanted to hear so I won't add to that. I am going to post the summaries below and start again fresh with Tuesday's game against the Oil Kings.

SUMMARIES
Moose Jaw Warriors 4 At Regina Pats 3 - Status: Final
Nov 13, 2009 - Brandt Centre - Regina, SK

Moose Jaw 0 1 3 - 4
Regina 1 1 1 - 3

1st Period-1, Regina, Weal 11 (Strueby, Eberle), 13:08 (pp). Penalties-Smith M.j (tripping), 11:39; Hamonic M.j (delay of game), 11:52; Hamonic M.j (interference), 18:32.

2nd Period-2, Regina, Mulder 3 (Pym, Hricina), 7:03. 3, Moose Jaw, Honejsek 2 (Stanton, Hamonic), 11:02 (pp). Penalties-Howden M.j (tripping), 17:41.

3rd Period-4, Moose Jaw, Hood 7 (Rowinski), 1:14. 5, Moose Jaw, Honejsek 3 (Hood), 7:07. 6, Moose Jaw, Rowinski 15 (Stanton), 9:38. 7, Regina, Eberle 16 10:59. Penalties-Eberle Reg (tripping), 1:56; MacMaster M.j (unsportsmanlike cnd.), 9:33; Gustafsson Reg (checking from behind), 9:33; Hamonic M.j (major-fighting), 20:00; Leffler Reg (major-fighting), 20:00.

Shots on Goal-Moose Jaw 7-17-18-42. Regina 17-13-10-40.
Power Play Opportunities-Moose Jaw 1 of 1; Regina 1 of 4.
Goalies-Moose Jaw, Bosch 10-5-0-0 (40 shots-37 saves). Regina, Ketlo 6-7-2-0 (42 shots-38 saves).
A-5,237
Referees-Reagan Vetter (79), Derek Zalaski (8).
Linesmen-Sean Dufour (50), Derrick Fox (61).

Regina Pats 0 At Moose Jaw Warriors 5 - Status: Final
Nov 14, 2009 - Civic Centre - Moose Jaw, SK

Regina 0 0 0 - 0
Moose Jaw 1 2 2 - 5

1st Period-1, Moose Jaw, Hood 8 (Honejsek, Smith), 15:57 (pp). Penalties-Borstmayer Reg (major-fighting), 8:38; McIlrath M.j (major-fighting), 8:38; Delahey Reg (slashing), 9:00; Rieder Reg (major-fighting), 14:37; Suer M.j (major-fighting), 14:37; Leffler Reg (charging), 18:17.

2nd Period-2, Moose Jaw, Smith 2 (Honejsek, Suer), 1:13. 3, Moose Jaw, Howden 11 (Stanton, Hamonic), 12:18 (pp). Penalties-Weal Reg (high sticking), 1:18; McIlrath M.j (tripping), 9:59; Strueby Reg (slashing), 10:29; Weal Reg (hooking), 11:51.

3rd Period-4, Moose Jaw, Frazee 8 (Bast, Howden), 3:53. 5, Moose Jaw, Honejsek 4 (Hood, Rowinski), 12:30. Penalties-Weal Reg (high sticking), 1:18; Smith M.j (slashing), 19:37.

Shots on Goal-Regina 10-9-8-27. Moose Jaw 11-12-10-33.
Power Play Opportunities-Regina 0 of 2; Moose Jaw 2 of 6.
Goalies-Regina, Ketlo 6-7-2-0 (33 shots-28 saves). Moose Jaw, Bosch 10-5-0-0 (27 shots-27 saves).
A-2,804
Referees-Derek Herman (9), Adam Byblow (23).
Linesmen-Todd Doepker (65), Darren Spurgeon (131).


Regina Pats 7 At Brandon Wheat Kings 8 (OT) - Status: Final OT
Nov 15, 2009 - Westman Place - Brandon, MB

Regina 3 0 4 0 - 7
Brandon 4 0 3 1 - 8

1st Period-1, Brandon, Calvert 14 (Urbom, Glennie), 2:31 (pp). 2, Brandon, Sinatynski 1 (Ciarelli, Walker), 2:49. 3, Regina, Leffler 10 (Gustafsson, Weal), 8:06. 4, Regina, Eberle 17 (Leffler), 8:51 (sh). 5, Brandon, Robak 5 (Schenn, Urbom), 9:11 (pp). 6, Regina, Strueby 13 (Eberle, Weal), 16:12 (pp). 7, Brandon, Schenn 10 (Melnychuk, Calvert), 18:18. Penalties-Teubert Reg (tripping), 0:47; Mulder Reg (high sticking), 8:19; Sinatynski Bdn (hooking), 16:03.

2nd Period- No Scoring.Penalties-Glennie Bdn (high sticking), 0:29; Gardiner Reg (roughing), 8:52; Bestland Bdn (roughing), 8:52; Walker Bdn (delay of game), 16:45.

3rd Period-8, Brandon, Schenn 11 (Glennie, Calvert), 8:10. 9, Brandon, Urbom 3 (Schenn, Calvert), 8:58 (pp). 10, Brandon, Calvert 15 (Schenn), 10:02 (sh). 11, Regina, Leffler 11 (Weal, Eberle), 11:38 (pp). 12, Regina, Eberle 18 (Gardiner, Davidson), 13:20. 13, Regina, Weal 12 (Rieder), 14:27. 14, Regina, Strueby 14 (Eberle), 15:22. Penalties-Leffler Reg (elbowing), 8:36; Schneider Bdn (tripping), 9:50.

OT Period-15, Brandon, Robak 6 (Fehr, Calvert), 2:12. Penalties-No Penalties

Shots on Goal-Regina 16-15-13-1-45. Brandon 15-3-10-2-30.
Power Play Opportunities-Regina 2 of 4; Brandon 3 of 3.
Goalies-Regina, Guhle 4-4-1-0 (6 shots-3 saves); Ketlo 6-7-2-0 (24 shots-19 saves). Brandon, De Serres 3-5-0-1 (45 shots-38 saves).
A-3,889
Referees-Devin Klein (90).
Linesmen-Sean Dufour (50), Darrell Surminski (37).

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