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Game #3: Swift Current 3 at Pats 4 - September 29/10

Swift Current Broncos 3 at Regina Pats 4 - Status: Final
Wednesday, September 29, 2010 - Brandt Centre - Regina, SK

Swift Current 2 1 0 - 3
Regina 1 0 3 - 4

1st Period-
1, Swift Current, Novotny 3 (Dowling, Craig), 5:37.
2, Swift Current, Novotny 4 (Roznik, Evans), 6:10.
3, Regina, Reddin 1 (Frazee, Weal), 13:19.
Penalties-Reddin Reg (tripping), 11:05; Verdino S.c (tripping), 15:13.

2nd Period-
4, Swift Current, Evans 1 (Dowling, Novotny), 6:42 (PP).
Penalties-Verdino S.c (roughing), 5:51; Mitchell Reg (roughing), 5:51; Gustafsson Reg (slashing), 6:34.

3rd Period-
5, Regina, Hutt 1 (Ashton, Reddin), 6:59.
6, Regina, Carlson 1 (Gustafsson, Mitchell), 7:44.
7, Regina, Muench 2 (Frazee, Weal), 8:17.
Penalties-Rogers S.c (slashing), 10:39.

Shots on Goal-
Swift Current 12-5-7-24.
Regina 9-12-9-30.
Power Play Opportunities-Swift Current 1 / 2; Regina 0 / 2.
Goalies-Swift Current, Friesen 1-2-0-0 (30 shots-26 saves). Regina, Ketlo 0-2-0-0 (15 shots-12 saves); Guhle 1-0-0-0 (9 shots-9 saves).
A-3,123
Referees-Chris Crich (80), Chad Williams (60).
Linesmen-Derek Nernberg (139), Keith Salamon (55).

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