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I guess I have missed some things....

I've been busy and not able to post much recently or listen to the complete games this week.

I have no comments so I will just post the summaries below and heopefully I can still live blog tonight. The Pats NEED 2 points tonight!


Regina Pats 2 at Saskatoon Blades 6 - Status: Final
Wednesday, February 2, 2011 - Credit Union Centre - Saskatoon, SK

Regina 0 1 1 - 2
Saskatoon 3 2 1 - 6

1st Period-1, Saskatoon, Viedensky 24 (Nicholls, Dietz), 1:42. 2, Saskatoon, Stransky 11 (Benson, Dziurzynski), 2:06. 3, Saskatoon, Trask 16 (Schenn), 4:36. Penalties-Neigum Reg (major-fighting), 0:15; Zahn Sas (major-fighting), 0:15; Zahn Sas (cross checking), 12:35.

2nd Period-4, Regina, Weal 26 (Davidson, Bell), 13:16. 5, Saskatoon, Siemens 5 (Schenn, Elliott), 16:43 (PP). 6, Saskatoon, Hamilton 17 (Schenn, Trask), 17:49. Penalties-Ouellette Reg (hooking), 2:38; Davidson Reg (roughing), 9:56; Weal Reg (tripping), 16:34.

3rd Period-7, Regina, Neigum 7 9:51. 8, Saskatoon, Trask 17 (Schenn, Dietz), 16:15. Penalties-Siemens Sas (roughing), 11:06; Neigum Reg (major-fighting), 14:56; Zahn Sas (major-fighting), 14:56.

Shots on Goal-Regina 11-11-9-31. Saskatoon 23-9-10-42.
Power Play Opportunities-Regina 0 / 2; Saskatoon 1 / 3.
Goalies-Regina, Hewitt 9-7-0-0 (13 shots-10 saves); Ketlo 8-19-5-1 (29 shots-26 saves). Saskatoon, Stanford 28-3-0-0 (31 shots-29 saves).
A-3,546
Referees-Chris Crich (80), Curtis Howe (118).
Linesmen-Brent Tournier (113), Chad Williams (60).


Regina Pats 4 at Brandon Wheat Kings 7 - Status: Final
Friday, February 4, 2011 - Westman Place - Brandon, MB

Regina 2 0 2 - 4
Brandon 2 4 1 - 7

1st Period-1, Regina, Scheidl 6 (Reddin, Rieder), 1:00. 2, Brandon, Ferland 13 (Walker, Roy), 2:59 (PP). 3, Brandon, Toews 12 (Ferland, Fransoo), 5:04. 4, Regina, Mitchell 16 (Davidson, Weal), 13:19. Penalties-Borstmayer Reg (slashing), 1:45; Bidlevskii Reg (holding), 16:47.

2nd Period-5, Brandon, Wiebe 30 (MacKay, Stone), 6:40 (PP). 6, Brandon, Stone 27 (MacKay, Wiebe), 8:59 (PP). 7, Brandon, MacKay 16 (Glennie), 9:46 (PP). 8, Brandon, Meilleur 2 (Favreau, Seaman), 10:39. Penalties-Weal Reg (tripping), 6:06; Martell Reg (delay of game), 8:45; Bidlevskii Reg (cross checking), 8:59; Neigum Reg (roughing, major-fighting), 20:00; Miller Bdn (roughing, major-fighting), 20:00.

3rd Period-9, Brandon, Glennie 23 (Stone, Ferland), 14:43. 10, Regina, Neigum 8 (Jung, Ouellette), 15:27. 11, Regina, Weal 27 (Olstad, Davidson), 18:10 (PP). Penalties-Mitchell Reg (roughing), 0:46; Wiebe Bdn (cross checking), 2:01; Glennie Bdn (holding), 8:08; Fransoo Bdn (major-check/behind, game misconduct), 17:33; Neigum Reg (10-minute misconduct), 20:00.

Shots on Goal-Regina 6-7-13-26. Brandon 8-25-11-44.
Power Play Opportunities-Regina 1 / 3; Brandon 4 / 6.
Goalies-Regina, Ketlo 8-19-5-1 (44 shots-37 saves). Brandon, Boes 4-9-1-5 (26 shots-22 saves).
A-3,898
Referees-Cole Hamm (51), Nathan Wieler (18).
Linesmen-Derrick Fox (61), Derek Reimer (43).

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