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Pats fall to Wheats 6-4

I really don't have much to say about this one other than I'm not overly impressed with a lot of aspects of this one.

Here's what's on Rod's blog.

Greg Harder's write-up is here.

The summary:

Brandon Wheat Kings 6 At Regina Pats 4 - Status: Final
Dec 5, 2009 - Brandt Centre - Regina, SK

Brandon 2 4 0 - 6
Regina 0 1 3 - 4

1st Period-1, Brandon, Lewadniuk 14 (Rajala, Urbom), 9:24 (pp). 2, Brandon, DePape 3 (Stone, Hale), 12:38. Penalties-Schenn Bdn (holding), 6:12; Mitchell Reg (holding opp. stick), 9:08; served by Walker Bdn (too many men), 19:04.

2nd Period-3, Brandon, Urbom 6 (Schenn, Robak), 7:52 (pp). 4, Brandon, Stone 2 (DePape), 9:12. 5, Brandon, Calvert 21 (Glennie), 18:04. 6, Brandon, Walker 3 (Bestland, Ferland), 18:17. 7, Regina, Eberle 24 19:28 (sh). Penalties-Gardiner Reg (tripping), 5:57; Hricina Reg (cross checking), 19:00.

3rd Period-8, Regina, Eberle 25 (Rieder), 12:29 (sh). 9, Regina, Gustafsson 6 (Mulder), 16:49. 10, Regina, Eberle 26 (Weal, Hutt), 19:23. Penalties-Delahey Reg (holding), 8:02; Leffler Reg (roughing), 11:20.

Shots on Goal-Brandon 9-12-13-34. Regina 13-18-11-42.
Power Play Opportunities-Brandon 2 of 5; Regina 0 of 2.
Goalies-Brandon, Hayes 13-8-0-1 (42 shots-38 saves). Regina, Ketlo 10-8-2-0 (17 shots-13 saves); Guhle 5-6-1-0 (17 shots-15 saves).
A-4,469
Referees-Curtis Howe (118), Graham Skilliter (98).
Linesmen-Sean Dufour (50), Derek Nernberg (139).

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