La Ronge -> Estevan, F
The Estevan Bruins shipped veterans Hudson Morrison and Tanner Clark to La Ronge, in exchange for a pair of dynamic brothers on December 1st. The only roster player they got back is 18-year-old Jason Duret, whose 67 points (19g-48a) led the Prince Albert Mintos last season. He joins fellow top-five SMAAAHL scorer from last year, Lynden Pastachak with the Bruins. Jason's younger brother Ryan also heads to Estevan in the deal. He has 23-points in 23-games with the Mintos this season.
Kindersley Klippers, D
By his standards, you could say that Colby Daniels had a slow start to the season. A 20-goal campaign as an 18-year-old last year now led to some USHL interest, and Daniels rejoined the Klippers just before the start of this season. He's coming off a 4-point (2g-2a) effort against Estevan on Decmeber 1st, and has been racking up multi-point games lately, and in early December, now leads the Klippers in scoring with (10g-15a-25p) in 26 games.
Humboldt Broncos, G
Former Bronco Andrew Bodnarchuk is into his Junior (third) season with the Sacred Heart Pioneers, in the Division I NCAA ranks, and was recently named the Atlantic Goalie Of The Week. Bodnarchuk four full seasons in Humboldt, backing up Taylor Nelson to a league and national championship, before taking the reigns for much of the next three seasons, winning league MVP honours during his 19-year-old campaign.