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I would call this a down week....

2 losses this week is making it tougher and tougher for the Pats to claw their way back into the playoff picture. I know that they are only 4 points out of seventh but there are 5 teams battling for 2 final spots. Anyway I have been under the weather and missed most of the two weekday games so I'll just post the summaries from www.whl.ca:

Regina Pats 4 at Kootenay Ice 7 - Status: Final
Tuesday, February 8, 2011 - Cranbrook Rec. Complex - Cranbrook, BC

Regina 2 0 2 - 4
Kootenay 0 4 3 - 7

1st Period-1, Regina, Neigum 10 (Mitchell, Weal), 11:45 (PP). 2, Regina, Stevenson 3 (Reddin, Blidstrand), 12:26. Penalties-Jung Reg (major-fighting), 7:51; Fraser Ktn (major-fighting), 7:51; Montgomery Ktn (checking from behind), 10:39.

2nd Period-3, Kootenay, King 24 (McNabb, Eakin), 3:23. 4, Kootenay, Eakin 25 (McNabb), 6:39 (SH). 5, Kootenay, King 25 (McNabb, Fraser), 16:37 (PP). 6, Kootenay, Fraser 25 (Dirk), 19:51. Penalties-Weal Reg (slashing), 0:23; Fraser Ktn (delay of game), 6:30; Weal Reg (hooking), 9:55; Czerwonka Ktn (slashing), 11:45; Bell Reg (tripping), 15:40.

3rd Period-7, Kootenay, Ismond 13 (Reinhart, Martin), 6:50 (PP). 8, Kootenay, King 26 (Eakin, McNabb), 10:56 (PP). 9, Regina, Moser 3 (Schneider, Neigum), 13:16. 10, Regina, Rieder 9 (Weal), 16:16. 11, Kootenay, Reinhart 27 (Fraser), 18:52 (EN). Penalties-Davidson Reg (hooking), 5:15; Reinhart Ktn (roughing), 8:18; Bell Reg (interference), 9:15; Scheidl Reg (tripping), 10:03; Neigum Reg (roughing), 18:27; Antilla Ktn (cross checking), 18:27.

Shots on Goal-Regina 8-3-12-23. Kootenay 13-15-16-44.
Power Play Opportunities-Regina 1 / 4; Kootenay 3 / 6.
Goalies-Regina, Ketlo 8-20-5-1 (43 shots-37 saves). Kootenay, Teskey 9-3-0-0 (23 shots-19 saves).
A-2,164
Referees-Sean Raphael (28).
Linesmen-Steve Cochrane (125), Michael Roberts (87).

Regina Pats 2 at Lethbridge Hurricanes 6 - Status: Final
Wednesday, February 9, 2011 - Enmax Centre - Lethbridge, AB

Regina 0 1 1 - 2
Lethbridge 2 1 3 - 6

1st Period-1, Lethbridge, Sutter 9 (Tot), 3:31. 2, Lethbridge, Tarnasky 3 (Kuvaev, Moser), 14:06. Penalties-Braes Let (high sticking), 4:04; Sutter Let (hooking), 8:51; Hood Let (high sticking), 17:44.

2nd Period-3, Regina, Olstad 8 (Bell, Davidson), 1:51 (PP). 4, Lethbridge, Sofillas 3 (Hood, Tot), 14:45. Penalties-Moser Reg (major-fighting), 1:39; Ross Let (roughing, major-fighting), 1:39; Bell Reg (tripping), 4:27; Tarnasky Let (tripping), 7:31.

3rd Period-5, Lethbridge, Tot 6 (Oslanski, Sofillas), 1:17. 6, Regina, Schneider 3 (Neigum, Stevenson), 14:06. 7, Lethbridge, Maxwell 16 (Ross, Johnston), 15:41. 8, Lethbridge, Braes 27 (Berglund, Reddington), 17:29 (EN). Penalties-Rieder Reg (roughing), 9:04; Jackson Let (roughing), 9:04; Tarnasky Let (checking from behind), 12:03.

Shots on Goal-Regina 9-10-13-32. Lethbridge 8-9-6-23.
Power Play Opportunities-Regina 1 / 6; Lethbridge 0 / 1.
Goalies-Regina, Hewitt 10-8-0-0 (22 shots-17 saves). Lethbridge, Anderson 12-17-3-7 (32 shots-30 saves).
A-2,865
Referees-Ryan Bonnett (39), Colin Stefanyk (14).
Linesmen-Matthew Barker (118), Aidan Henderson (78).

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