By Craig Stein
Hawks, Broncos See Six Game Streaks Fall
The Humboldt Broncos now have points in seven straight games, but their six game winning streak has come to an end as they dropped a wild one 8-7 in overtime Tuesday in Yorkton.
The game was full of eye-popping individual performances, as Jared Legien led the Terriers (3-4-1-0) with 4-goals and an assist. Legien jumped all the way up into a tie atop the league scoring race with 17-points (8g-9a) in 8-games.
Chantz Petruic (1g-1a) scored the winner just 49 seconds into overtime, while Benjamin Solomon, Aiden Bulych and Cody Bruchkowski also found the net.
Brayden Camrud had a five point night for the Broncos (6-2-1-0), picking up two goals and three assists. Riker Franczak scored a hat trick, his first three goals, and points in the SJHL. Michael Clarke added two goals and an assist while Luke Spadafora chipped in three assists.
Meanwhile in Kindersley, the Klippers handed the Nipawin Hawks their first loss this season, by a score of 5-1.
Kindersley jumped out to a quick 3-0 first period lead as Devon Cyr’s two goal, one assist performance all came during the opening frame. Cade Benson had a goal and two assists in the first period, finishing with 1g-3a. After Eric Sorensen got the Hawks (6-1-0-0) on the board in the second period, Tyler Traptow and Will Van der Sloot extended the lead for the Klippers (5-3-0-0) in the third.
Justen Close picked up the win in goal, stopping 25/26 shots.