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So much for my live blog....

I got caught up in bidding on the Skills Competition Jerseys and ended up missing the final 4 goals (from a good vantage point anyway). I seen the highlight of Weal's second goal and it looked like a pretty nice goal. The Blades goals on the other hand I didn't see the regulation goals but was able to see the OT winner that beat Ketlo glove side. At least the winner was by Schenn. I honestly don't have much to say about the game as like I said I missed much of the scoring. I do feel as though the Pats played the Blades really good throughout the 1st and 2nd and at times even "dominated" them. I guess I will leave it at that but here is the scoring summary:

Saskatoon Blades 3 (OT) at Regina Pats 2 - Status: Final OT
Friday, March 18, 2011 - Brandt Centre - Regina, SK

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

1st Period- No Scoring.Penalties-Siemens Sas (interference), 3:38; Bews Sas (unsportsmanlike cnd.), 6:32; Ouellette Reg (unsportsmanlike cnd.), 6:32; Bews Sas (tripping), 10:10.

2nd Period- No Scoring.Penalties-Dziurzynski Sas (unsportsmanlike cnd.), 2:20; Schneider Reg (holding), 10:05.

3rd Period-1, Regina, Weal 41 (Blidstrand), 4:52. 2, Regina, Weal 42 (Reddin, Scheidl), 8:31 (PP). 3, Saskatoon, Stovin 1 (Benson, Siemens), 12:42 (PP). 4, Saskatoon, Nicholls 33 (Schenn, Hamilton), 17:43 (PP). Penalties-Thrower Sas (slashing), 8:18; Reddin Reg (roughing), 9:44; Rieder Reg (checking from behind), 10:58; Neigum Reg (slashing), 16:30.

OT Period-5, Saskatoon, Schenn 22 (Zahn), 3:55. Penalties-No Penalties

Shots on Goal-Saskatoon 7-5-18-4-34. Regina 12-10-10-4-36.
Power Play Opportunities-Saskatoon 2 / 4; Regina 1 / 4.
Goalies-Saskatoon, Morrison 15-7-1-2 (36 shots-34 saves). Regina, Ketlo 10-24-6-2 (34 shots-31 saves).
A-5,048
Referees-Brett Montsion, Curtis Howe (118).
Linesmen-Todd Doepker (65), Cam Kuffner (31).

Note: Regarding the Skills Competition Jerseys.... I ended up being the winning bidder on Chandler Stephenson's sweater. But I ended up with 2 others as well.... Tyler Pavkovich and Lyndon Martell's.

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