Wednesday, January 9, 2013

Prince Albert Scored Four Goals in the Third Period to win 9-4

Pats visit Prince Albert at the Art Hauser Centre for the second time in five nights

January 09, 2013         

Parts taken from the Regina Pats Web Site:  The eve of the WHL Trade Deadline marks the sixth time these teams square off.  The Pats hold the better of the season series with three wins in the five games including two straight and a 5-2 win on the weekend.  Morgan Klimchuk is the top Pat in the series with six points (1G, 5A) in the five games.  Three Raiders have five points against Regina to lead the way offensively for the opposition (Josh Morrissey, Anthony Bardaro and Mike Winther).  The Pats are on a roll as they come towards the trade deadline having won five straight including their sweep of a three-in-three weekend.  The Raiders look to snap a three game slide as the deadline approaches.  Tonight’s game can be heard on 620 CKRM starting with the Press Box Sports Bar Pre-Game Show at 6:35 p.m.

by: Ron "Scoreboard" Johnston

Regina Pats got into penalty trouble in the first period, as Prince Albert scored twice on four chances.  Regina Pats fell apart in the third period as Prince Albert scored 4 goals.

First Period:  Regina Pats went up 2-0 by the four - thirty mark.  The first was on a short handed goal.  Prince Albert Defenceman Dylan Busenius fell allowing Dyson Stevenson getting a break-a-way from the Pats Blue Line at 2:57.  The Raiders made it 2-1 as Davis Vandane took a long shot just inside of the blue line, getting pass Pats goaltender Matt Hewitt's glove off the post at 7:55, assisted by Chance Braid.  Regina Pats scored on a 2 on 1 rush as Chandler Stephenson scored at 9:05, assisted by Morgan Klimchuk. Prince Albert's netminder Luke Siemens allowed 3 goals on 7 shots and Andy Desautels took over. Prince Albert came right back with two power play goals and tied a wide open period.  Dakota Conroy was left ope and aloud to skate right in and score at 17:32, assisted by Anthony Bardaro and Dylan Busenius. Near the end of the period, Mike Winther scored just 6 seconds into the power play at 19:22, assisted by Josh Morrissey and Busenius.

Penalties: Regina - Chandler Stephenson (Unsportsmanlike) 2:13; Regina - Patrick D'Amico (Interference) 5:34; Regina - Emil Sylvegard (Interference on Goaltender) 16:16; Regina - Lane Scheidl (Charging) 19:16; Prince Albert - Mark McNeill (Roughing) 19:57

Score: Regina 3 - Prince Albert 3; Shots: Prince Albert 17 - Regina 10

Second Period:  Third unanswered goal by Prince Albert gave them a 4-3 lead as Mark McNeill on a break-a-way scored on his rebound at 9:16, assisted by Mike Winther. Two minutes later Prince Albert went up 5-3 on a give way as Josh Morrissey scored at 11:11, assisted by Dakota Conroy and Tim Vanstone.  Morgan Klimchuk scored on a high shot to the top corner of the net at 16:04, assisted by Lane Scheidl and Chandler Stephenson.

Penalties: Prince Albert - Josh Morrissey (Holding) 4:03; Regina - Colby Williams (Holding) 11:33; Prince Albert -Harrison Ruopp (Slashing) 14:00; Prince Albert -Chance Braid (High Sticking) 18:48

Score: Prince Albert  5 - Regina 4; Shots: Prince Albert 13 - Regina 8

Third Period: Prince Albert scored two more goal to take at 7-4.  It was Anthony Bardaro scoring as the Pats just sat around, scoring on his own rebound at 3:33, assisted by Leon Draisaitl and Mark McNeill.  Just over three minutes late Carson Perreaux on a short hand break-a-away.   Regina Pats netminder came out, but Perreaux poked the puck pass him and scored at 6:55, assisted by Harrison Ruopp.The Radiers went up 8-4 as Shane Danyluk was left wide open at the side of the net, scoring at 10:46, assisted by Davis Vandane and Chance Braid . Prince Albert Draisaitl scored off the post at 15:30, assisted by Busenius and Ruopp.

Penalties: Prince Albert - T. Vanstone (Interference) 6:26; Regina - Chritoffer (Boarding), Prince Albert - Ruopp (Boarding) 8:22; Regina - Trent Ouellette (Interference) 11:23; Prince Albert - Chance Brad (Holding) 13:16

Score: Prince Albert 9 - Regina 5; Shots: Prince Albert 16 - Regina 9