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It's been a long week....

I've been having internet issues at home ao I've been away from my blog for the last week but I think all the issues are done and I'm back. It's late to really comment on the last two games so I will just post the summaries.

Regina Pats 0 at Medicine Hat Tigers 4 - Status: Final
Saturday, February 19, 2011 - Medicine Hat Arena

Regina 0 0 0 - 0
Medicine Hat 2 0 2 - 4

1st Period-1, Medicine Hat, Leier 1 (Theriau, Petryk), 2:49. 2, Medicine Hat, Etem 33 (Vey, Carr), 19:12 (SH). Penalties-Theriau M.h (tripping), 8:03; McKay M.h (delay of game), 18:17.

2nd Period- No Scoring.Penalties-Shinkaruk M.h (boarding), 1:19; Neigum Reg (tripping), 4:09; Ouellette Reg (roughing), 4:40; Hamilton M.h (roughing), 4:40; Theriau M.h (high sticking), 4:40; Rieder Reg (hooking), 16:44; Neigum Reg (hooking), 17:13.

3rd Period-3, Medicine Hat, Leier 2 (Petryk, Theriau), 9:14. 4, Medicine Hat, Vey 40 (Etem, McKay), 14:03. Penalties-Neigum Reg (unsportsmanlike cnd.), 0:39; Carr M.h (unsportsmanlike cnd.), 0:39; Davidson Reg (unsportsmanlike cnd.), 9:47; Kessy M.h (unsportsmanlike cnd.), 9:47; Davidson Reg (major-fighting), 11:53; Kessy M.h (major-fighting), 11:53.

Shots on Goal-Regina 12-4-6-22. Medicine Hat 10-9-12-31.
Power Play Opportunities-Regina 0 / 4; Medicine Hat 0 / 3.
Goalies-Regina, Ketlo 9-22-5-1 (31 shots-27 saves). Medicine Hat, Bunz 30-12-4-2 (22 shots-22 saves).
A-4,006
Referees-Cole Hamm (51), Chad Williams (60).
Linesmen-Darren Holeha (47), Matthew Sanders (70).



Regina Pats 3 at Calgary Hitmen 2 - Status: Final
Monday, February 21, 2011 - McMahon Stadium - Calgary, AB

Regina 1 1 1 - 3
Calgary 0 1 1 - 2

1st Period-1, Regina, Stevenson 4 (Borstmayer, Davidson), 2:26. Penalties-Rieder Reg (cross checking), 7:37; served by Cheek Cal (too many men), 8:28; Schneider Reg (delay of game), 9:27.

2nd Period-2, Regina, Mitchell 18 (Weal), 4:21. 3, Calgary, Rissling 5 (Cheek, Wilson), 19:30 (PP). Penalties-Rieder Reg (hooking), 2:17; Fisenko Cal (hooking), 8:33; Neigum Reg (instigator, major-fighting, 10-minute misconduct), 18:18; Humphries Cal (major-fighting), 18:18.

3rd Period-4, Calgary, Foucault 20 (Humphries, Schmidt), 8:46. 5, Regina, Stephenson 6 (Stevenson, Reddin), 19:23. Penalties-Foucault Cal (high sticking), 0:42; Bubnick Cal (checking from behind), 4:19.

Shots on Goal-Regina 12-11-14-37. Calgary 10-11-14-35.
Power Play Opportunities-Regina 0 / 3; Calgary 1 / 4.
Goalies-Regina, Ketlo 9-22-5-1 (35 shots-33 saves). Calgary, Snider 10-20-1-1 (37 shots-34 saves).
A-20,888
Referees-Dan Cowley (76), Ryan Thompson (6).
Linesmen-Sean Dufour (50), Jeff Jobson (52).

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