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Game #5: Pats 2 at Saskatoon 6 - October 2/10

Regina Pats 2 at Saskatoon Blades 6 - Status: Final
Saturday, October 2, 2010 - Credit Union Centre - Saskatoon, SK

Regina 1 1 0 - 2
Saskatoon 4 1 1 - 6

1st Period-
1, Saskatoon, Viedensky 3 (Nicholls, Hamilton), 4:59.
2, Saskatoon, Stransky 1 (Dziurzynski), 9:56.
3, Regina, Jung 1 (Bell, Gustafsson), 12:22.
4, Saskatoon, Stovin 1 (Benson, Daae), 15:46.
5, Saskatoon, Hamilton 1 (Viedensky, Nicholls), 17:02 (PP).
Penalties-Davidson Reg (hooking), 16:18; Nicholls Sas (hooking), 19:49.

2nd Period-
6, Regina, Weal 2 (Carlson, Davidson), 0:55.
7, Saskatoon, Gogol 1 (Viedensky, Johnson), 14:36.
Penalties-Bell Reg (tripping), 0:40; Benson Sas (holding), 7:23; Zahn Sas (delay of game), 9:02; Gogol Sas (hooking), 15:33; Ashton Reg (roughing), 19:29; Thrower Sas (roughing), 19:29.

3rd Period-
8, Saskatoon, Johnson 1 (Elliott), 15:26.
Penalties-Stransky Sas (tripping), 7:33; Siemens Sas (slashing), 9:46; Mitchell Reg (roughing), 14:49; Gogol Sas (slashing), 14:49; Muench Reg (high sticking), 18:28.

Shots on Goal-
Regina 6-11-14-31.
Saskatoon 15-7-11-33.
Power Play Opportunities-Regina 0 / 6; Saskatoon 1 / 3.
Goalies-Regina, Guhle 1-1-1-0 (33 shots-27 saves). Saskatoon, Stanford 4-0-0-0 (31 shots-29 saves).
A-3,894
Referees-Jon Stephenson (38), Colin Watt (72).
Linesmen-Derek Flad (102), Chad Williams (60).

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