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Streaks Continue For Terriers, Martinu

12/08/2012, 12:00am CST
By Craig Stein

Recap Of Friday's Action

After a 9-day lay-off, the Yorkton Terriers extended their season-high winning streak to 8 games, with a 5-2 decision over the visiting Kindersley Klippers on Friday night.

The win lifts the Terriers to top spot in the league, with a record of 20-7-0-1, good for 41 points.

Curtis Oliver scored twice, with Patrick Martens (1g-1a), Zak Majkowski and Austin Bourhis notching the others.  Nathan Murray chipped in with two assists.

Kale Thomson made 23/25 saves in the win, while ex-Terrier Warren Shymko gave the Klippers a chance, keeping it scoreless through one period while being out-shot 13-6, and making 39/44 saves on the night.  Kindersley's goals came from Giovanni Bombini and newcomer Austin Yano.

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Curtis Martinu recorded his second straight shutout, as he stole one against the Broncos, leading Estevan over Humboldt 3-0.

Shots were 14-4 after the first period, but the Bruins led 1-0.  They were out-shot 33-16 on the night.

Matt Brykaliuk scored in the first period, Cole Olson added the insurance early in the third, and Wyatt Garagan potted an empty netter.

Matt Hyrnkiw made 13/15 saves for the Broncos.

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The Nipawin Hawks are the only team to beat the Flin Flon Bombers at the Whitney Forum this season, and now they've done it again.

The Hawks scored four unanswered goals to come from behind and beat the Bombers 4-3.

Former Bruin Ben Johnston had a nice Hawks' debut, leading the club offensively with two goals and an assist.  Linemates Jesse Bernard (1g-2a) and Wheaton King (3a) also had three point nights, while Jesse Roden added the other goal.

Josh Roach had a goal and an assist, as the SJHL's leading scoring defenseman upped his point total to 33 (9g-25a).  Dillan McCombie and Brody Robinson also found the net for the Bombers.

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The Battlfords North Stars scored three second period goals, and rookie Luke McColgan (2g-1a) added a pair in the third, in a 5-2 win at Melfort.

Brody Luhning and Braeden Johnson both had a goal and an assist, and Keenan Martens scored the other.

Regan Wilton and Jarret Zentner replied for the home team.

Connor Creech turned aside 31 of the 33 shots he faced in the victory.

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The Notre Dame Hounds beat La Ronge 3-1 in Watrous on Friday night.

Brandon Millin scored twice for the Hounds, Blaine Thomson had the other, while Michael Salmon picked up the win in goal.

Tim Rollins notched his first of the year for the Ice Wolves.

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