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RECAP: Pats Lose Game Four OT Marathon Tuesday

The Regina Pats lost a marathon game four in triple overtime to the Swift Current Broncos on Tuesday night, 5-4 the final score. The Pats led 2-0 and 3-2 in the contest but found themselves down by a goal in the dying seconds of regulation. With the net empty, Dawson Leedahl would score with 20 seconds left, his fourth of the game to force OT. The first two extra periods solved nothing but in the third OT, Swift Current went to the powerplay and Glenn Gawdin would score to win it for the Broncos. With the victory, Swift Current takes a 3-1 series lead. The shots on goal were 69-69 in the game, the Pats powerplay was one for three and the penalty kill two for three. Tyler Brown made 64 saves for Regina, Jordan Papirny with 65 for Swift Current. The Pats will host the Broncos in game five on Friday night at the Brandt Centre at 7 p.m.

Scoring Summary
First Period
Regina – Dawson Leedahl (5) from Josh Mahura and Connor Hobbs – 9:10 PP.
Regina – Dawson Leedahl (6) from Nick Henry – 15:00.

Second Period
Swift Current – Ryley Lindgren (7) from Tyler Steenbergen and Colby Sissons – 15:30.
Swift Current – Artyom Minulin (1) from Arthur Miller and Ryley Lindgren – 19:42.

Third Period
Regina – Dawson Leedahl (7) from Liam Schioler and Sam Steel – 4:12.
Swift Current – Tyler Steenbergen (8) from Glenn Gawdin – 6:19.
Swift Current – Ryley Lindgren (8) from Colby Sissons – 17:35.
Regina – Dawson Leedahl (8) from Sam Steel and Josh Mahura – 19:39 6v5.

Overtime
NO SCORE

Double Overtime
NO SCORE

Triple Overtime
Swift Current – Glenn Gawdin (4) from Ryley Lindgren and Aleksi Heponiemi – 9:54 PP.

Shots on Goal
Regina 15-8-17-11-14-4-(69)   Swift Current 6-19-7-19-11-7-(69)

Powerplays
Regina 1/3      Swift Current 1/3

Quick Hits
–  Dawson Leedahl scored four goals in the loss and is tied for the playoff lead in goals with eight.
– Sam Steel had two assists and is second in playoff scoring with 15 points.
– Tyler Brown made 64 saves in the defeat and leads the playofss with a 1.94 goals against average.

What’s Next?
The Pats will host the Broncos in game five on Friday night at the Brandt Centre at 7 p.m. Tickets are available at reginapats.com, the Brandt Centre Box Office and at any Regina Safeway Location.

 

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