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Pats @ Tigers (Pre-Season #3)

I wasn't able to make it to the game so I followed it on Twitter (@WHLpats). Not that exciting but here's the summary:

Regina Pats 6 (SO) at Medicine Hat Tigers 5 - Status: Final SO
Friday, September 9, 2011 - Shaunavon, SK

Regina 5 0 0 0 - 6
Medicine Hat 2 0 3 0 - 5

1st Period-1, Medicine Hat, Valk 1 (Aasman), 3:46. 2, Regina, Jung 2 (Ouellette, Elynuik), 5:29 (PP). 3, Regina, Rodewald 2 (Peel), 8:32. 4, Regina, Jung 3 (Elynuik), 11:40. 5, Regina, Martell 2 (Blidstrand, Olstad), 12:08. 6, Medicine Hat, Leier 1 (Bredo, McKay), 14:07 (PP). 7, Regina, Rodewald 3 (Stephenson), 19:02. Penalties-Lewington M.h (interference), 5:00; Borstmayer Reg (holding), 9:11; Underwood Reg (interference), 12:25; Lewington M.h (checking to the head), 14:36; Stanton M.h (interference), 15:08; Burroughs Reg (roughing), 15:55; Konan M.h (roughing), 15:55.

2nd Period- No Scoring.Penalties-Sanford M.h (boarding), 1:20; Cox M.h (interference), 10:01; Lewington M.h (slashing), 12:03; Peel Reg (cross checking), 14:55; Labelle M.h (roughing), 17:17; Borstmayer Reg (roughing), 18:06; Stevenson Reg (roughing), 18:06; McKay M.h (roughing), 18:06; Stanton M.h (roughing), 18:06; Blidstrand Reg (hooking), 19:57.

3rd Period-8, Medicine Hat, Leier 2 (Hart, McKay), 8:11. 9, Medicine Hat, Valk 2 (Leier), 13:12 (PP). 10, Medicine Hat, Aasman 1   18:51 (PP). Penalties-King M.h (hooking), 3:52; Elynuik Reg (roughing, 10-minute misconduct), 12:00; Ouellette Reg (roughing), 12:00; Konan M.h (roughing, 10-minute misconduct), 12:00; Burroughs Reg (interference), 15:11; Borstmayer Reg (hooking), 17:02.

OT Period- No Scoring.Penalties- Reg (kneeing), 4:53.

Shootout - Regina 2 (Stevenson G, Peel G), Medicine Hat 0 (Valk NG, Petryk NG).
Shots on Goal-Regina 5-0-0-0-1-6. Medicine Hat 2-0-3-0-0-5.
Power Play Opportunities-Regina 1 / 8; Medicine Hat 3 / 8.
Goalies-Regina, Beukeboom 1-0-0-0 (5 shots-0 saves). Medicine Hat, MacAuley 1-0-0-0 (5 shots-0 saves); Cameron 0-0-0-1 (0 shots-0 saves).
A-1,000
Referees-Chris Crich (80).
Linesmen-Devin Pinkney, Ian Schafer (56).

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