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Pats/Warriors Weekend Home-and-Home

I unfortunately missed most of Friday's broadcast but did catch some of the play by play by Dan Plaster.

It sounds like the Pats have been bitten by the flu bug and numerous players missed the game due to the bug.

From what I did hear Ketlo played rather well in net but the team just got tired in front of him and couldn't keep pace in the later stages of the game.

Here is the summary:

Regina Pats 3 at Moose Jaw Warriors 4 - Status: Final
Friday, January 28, 2011 - Civic Centre - Moose Jaw, SK

Regina 2 1 0 - 3
Moose Jaw 1 1 2 - 4

1st Period-1, Regina, Weal 23 (Davidson, Bell), 1:49 (PP). 2, Moose Jaw, Hood 22 (Honejsek, Edmundson), 10:07 (PP). 3, Regina, Rieder 7 (Reddin), 17:28. Penalties-Grant M.j (too many men), 0:55; Pavkovich Reg (high sticking), 9:22; Johnson M.j (delay of game), 18:33.

2nd Period-4, Moose Jaw, Honejsek 22 (Howden, Hood), 8:11. 5, Regina, Neigum 6 (Jung, Davidson), 19:11 (SH). Penalties-Bell Reg (tripping), 4:05; Weal Reg (hooking), 11:54; Mitchell Reg (checking from behind, checking from behind), 16:25.

3rd Period-6, Moose Jaw, Hood 23 (Howden, Rielly), 10:51 (PP). 7, Moose Jaw, Fioretti 7 (Honejsek, McFaull), 12:31. Penalties-Reddin Reg (hooking), 2:48; Bell Reg (hooking), 9:26; Bowman M.j (kneeing), 17:32.

Shots on Goal-Regina 12-10-2-24. Moose Jaw 15-11-7-33.
Power Play Opportunities-Regina 1 / 3; Moose Jaw 2 / 7.
Goalies-Regina, Ketlo 8-17-5-1 (33 shots-29 saves). Moose Jaw, Heemskerk 28-15-0-2 (24 shots-21 saves).
A-2,883
Referees-Steve Papp (36), Reagan Vetter (79).
Linesmen-Chad Marshall (95), Keith Salamon (55).

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