Saskatchewan Junior Hockey League


By Craig Stein

It’s now nine straight wins in the month of October for the Weyburn Red Wings, who resumed their four game road trip Friday with a 4-2 win in Flin Flon.

The teams traded goals twice in the first forty minutes and the Red Wings (11-2-1-0) went up for good in the third when Carson Scheschuk and Cole Woodliffe (1g-2a) scored.  Erik Olson scored the first two for the Wings and Carter Phair made 34/36 saves.

Calvon Boots (1g-1a) and Ethan Daniels replied for the home side.

The Wings will try to cap a perfect month when they wrap up their four game swing in Nipawin on Saturday night.


16-year-old Yorkton Terrier goalie Nolan Maier surrendered five goals Friday, but it was a star-worthy performance as the 2001-born tender faced 72 shots from the Battlefords North Stars, as the Stars kept their unbeaten in regulation streak going with a 5-2 decision.

The Stars (9-0-1-0) jumped out to an early 3-0 lead, out-shooting the Terriers 28-3 in the first period.

Layne Young and Dakota Huebner each had a goal and two assists.  Keith Anderson (1g-1a), Chaseton Braid (1g-1a) and Levi Kleiboer did the rest of the scoring and Kolby Matthews stopped 17/19 shots.

Replying for the Terriers (3-11-2-0) late in the second period were Cole Keenleyside and William Brochu.  The two teams battle again on Saturday.


Brandan Arnold scored a pair of goals and the Nipawin Hawks (9-3-1-1) doubled up the Notre Dame Hounds 4-2.

Josh McDougall (1g-1a) and Brett Harasymuk added the others.  Declan Hobbs turned away 31 of the 33 shots he faced.

Chaz Smedsrud notched his 10th of the season for the Hounds (9-4-1-1) and Luke Mylymok added his first.

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