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Pats shellacked by Tigers 7-2

Summary:


Regina Pats 2 At Medicine Hat Tigers 7 - Status: End of Game
Dec 11, 2009 - Medicine Hat Arena

Regina 2 0 0 - 2
Medicine Hat 2 2 3 - 7

1st Period-1, Medicine Hat, Hamilton 10 (Coyle, Vey), 5:52. 2, Regina, Gustafsson 7 (Graham, Leffler), 6:57. 3, Regina, Eberle 29 8:26. 4, Medicine Hat, Isherwood 9 (Coyle, Gal), 16:40 (pp). Penalties-MacKay M.h (inter. on goaltender), 2:05; Delahey Reg (roughing), 8:26; Graham Reg (slashing), 14:47; Leffler Reg (delay of game), 14:52; Delahey Reg (instigator, major-fighting, game misconduct), 18:38; Kessy M.h (checking from behind, checking from behind, major-fighting), 18:38.

2nd Period-5, Medicine Hat, Isherwood 10 (Gal, Hamilton), 7:32 (pp). 6, Medicine Hat, Cameron 25 (Hamilton), 12:28. Penalties-Strueby Reg (tripping), 4:46; Eberle Reg (hooking), 5:55; McKay M.h (inter. on goaltender), 8:51; Kessy M.h (hooking), 14:11; Konan M.h (roughing), 17:42.

3rd Period-7, Medicine Hat, Gal 9 (Hamilton, Coyle), 7:12 (pp). 8, Medicine Hat, Konan 2 (Cameron, Hamilton), 7:50. 9, Medicine Hat, McKay 1 (Kundratek, Petryk), 8:17. Penalties-Eberle Reg (elbowing), 0:28; Sparrow Reg (cross checking), 4:28; MacKay M.h (usc diving), 4:28; Bell Reg (cross checking), 6:47; Mitchell Reg (10-minute misconduct), 10:19; Teubert Reg (major-fighting, 10-minute misconduct, game misconduct), 10:19; Kessy M.h (10-minute misconduct), 10:19; Vey M.h (hooking), 12:06; Coyle M.h (slashing, 10-minute misconduct), 13:51; Cameron M.h (tripping), 16:51; Orfino Reg (major-fighting), 17:45; Carr M.h (major-fighting), 17:45; Carlson Reg (instigator, major-fighting, game misconduct), 20:00; King M.h (major-fighting), 20:00.

Shots on Goal-Regina 11-14-2-27. Medicine Hat 18-7-13-38.
Power Play Opportunities-Regina 0 of 7; Medicine Hat 3 of 8.
Goalies-Regina, Ketlo 11-8-2-0 (38 shots-31 saves). Medicine Hat, Bunz 15-8-2-2 (27 shots-25 saves).
A-4,006
Referees-Greg Sarauer (68), Ryan Thompson (6).
Linesmen-Andrew Barker (108), Bobby Bedingfield (21).

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I don't really have much to say as I just listened to it but it sounded like 2 completely different games. As I listened to the game I decided to update my Ex-Pats list and I included Saskatchewan and Alberta Senior hockey leagues to my list, I should have it up in a few minutes.

KS

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