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Pats 4 Blades 3 (SO)

Summary:


Saskatoon Blades 3 At Regina Pats 4 (SO) - Status: Final SO
Nov 6, 2009 - Brandt Centre - Regina, SK

Saskatoon 3 0 0 0 - 3
Regina 1 0 2 0 - 4

1st Period-1, Saskatoon, Patterson 9 (Elliott, Wintoneak), 1:02 (pp). 2, Regina, Hutt 4   9:41. 3, Saskatoon, Gallimore 8 (Inglis), 12:32. 4, Saskatoon, Patterson 10 (Niemi), 18:09 (sh). Penalties-Strueby Reg (major-boarding, game misconduct), 0:31; Niemi Sas (roughing, roughing), 6:46; Gustafsson Reg (roughing), 6:46; Inglis Sas (delay of game), 17:17.

2nd Period- No Scoring.Penalties-Klassen Sas (cross checking), 0:57; Leffler Reg (roughing, roughing), 0:57; Siemens Sas (slashing), 6:15; Elliott Sas (roughing), 17:49.

3rd Period-5, Regina, Gardiner 1 (Davidson, Teubert), 14:31. 6, Regina, Gardiner 2 (Mitchell, Delahey), 15:44. Penalties-Inglis Sas (slashing), 11:50.

OT Period- No Scoring.Penalties-Hutt Reg (tripping), 4:31.

Shootout - Saskatoon 0 (Wintoneak NG, Hulak NG, Elliott NG), Regina 1 (Eberle G, Gardiner NG, Leffler NG).
Shots on Goal-Saskatoon 10-9-8-3-0-30. Regina 13-12-11-1-1-38.
Power Play Opportunities-Saskatoon 1 of 3; Regina 0 of 5.
Goalies-Saskatoon, Morrison 9-3-0-3 (37 shots-34 saves). Regina, Ketlo 4-5-1-0 (30 shots-27 saves).
A-5,110
Referees-Curtis Howe (118), Pat Smith (12).
Linesmen-Chad Marshall (95), Sean Dufour (50). 

Thoughts.... tomorrow. I need to get some zzzzz's.

KS

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