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Pats fall 7-3 to Wheat Kings

Regina Pats 3 at Brandon Wheat Kings 7 (Final)
(at Westman Communications Group Place)

1st Period
1. Brd – Wiebe (Swyripa, Walker), 3:00
2. Brd – Wiebe (Walker, Swyripa), 7:40 PP
3. Brd – Mieritz (Sinatynski, Pulock), 13:18 PP

Penalties: Reg – Peel (hooking), 5:53; Reg – Sparrow (high-sticking), 7:47; Reg – Mills (tripping), 11:51; Brd – Hunter (roughing), Brd – Wiebe (kneeing), Reg – Tutt (roughing), 15:31; Reg – Stephenson (high-sticking), 19:43.

2nd Period
4. Brd – King (Sinatynski, Krzyzaniak), 3:46
5. Reg – Muench (Gustafsson, Carlson), 5:24 PP2
6. Brd – Kuczek (unassisted), 12:11
7. Reg – Gustafsson (Tutt, Peel), 12:28
8. Brd – Kuczek (King), 14:32

Penalties: Brd – Bench (too many men, served by Hunter), 1:01; Brd – Miller (unsportstmanlike conduct, fighting, game misconduct), Reg – Stevenson (unsportstmanlike conduct, fighting, game misconduct), 3:48; Brd – Wiebe (hooking), 4:07; Brd – Hunter (cross-checking), 4:33; Brd – Swyripa (slashing), 8:56; Brd – Mieritz (roughing), 13:40; Reg – Mills (elbowing), 14:36; Brd – King (fighting, game misconduct), Reg – Borstmayer (interference (served by Sagen), fighting, game misconduct), 17:14; Reg – Reddin (instigator, fighting, game misconduct), Brd – Bestland (roughing, fighting), 17:28; Brd – bench (too many men, served by Sinatynski), 19:46.

3rd Period
9. Reg – Gustafsson (Carlson, Peel), 0:39 PP
10. Brd – Wiebe (Swyripa, Walker ), 3:50

Penalties: Brd – Bestland (holding), 5:59; Brd – Krzyzaniak (hooking), 15:53.

Shots on Goal
Brandon 12 – 13 – 7 - 32
Regina 6 – 17 – 14 - 37

Goal: Reg – Guhle (25-19), Hewitt (start of 3rd period, 7-6); Brd – Rimmer (15-14), Boes (10:05 2nd period, 22-20)
Power-Play: Brd 2-6; Regina 2-9
Attendance: 1,453
Officials: Referees – Brett Montsion, Trevor Peluk; Linesmen – Kelsey Mahoney, Derek Reimer

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