Saskatchewan Junior Hockey League


Brendan Forman made 26/26 saves for his first SJHL shutout, and the Humboldt Broncos went into Nipawin and blanked the Hawks 4-0 on Friday night.

Logan Foster led the charge offensively with a natural hat trick, all in the second period, scoring at 2:44, 14:55 and 18:33 of the middle frame.  Tristan Shewchuk assisted on two of them, and Chase Felgueiras added a goal and an assist for the Broncos (11-6-1-1).

Ross Hawryluk played the final 21:07 in goal for the Hawks (11-8-0-0), stopping all eight shots he faced.


Riley Kohonick also had a shutout on the road, making 40 saves, backstopping the Notre Dame Hounds to a 3-0 win in Estevan.

For Kohonick, it’s his second career shutout, and first this season.

Veterans Hardy Wagner and Jared Hamm each chipped in with a goal and an assist for the Hounds (7-9-2-0) while Jackson Tillinghast rounded out the scoring.

Keenan Rancier stopped 28 of the 31 shots he faced in goal for the Bruins (5-9-2-1).  Estevan has the rest of the weekend off, while the Hounds are on the road again Saturday in Weyburn.


One day after making a huge four player swap, the Melville Millionaires and La Ronge Ice Wolves went head to head in La Ronge, and the stats sheet was full of players who were up against their former teams, as the Ice Wolves rolled to a 5-2 win on home ice.

Booker Chacalias and James Philpott went from Melville to La Ronge, in exchange for Zach Bannister and Dylan Thackeray.

Chacalais led the Ice Wolves (8-11-2-0) with three goals while Jordan Mish added a goal and three helpers.  Philpott also had an assist from the back end, while Daylon Mannon added his 12th goal of the season, and Liam McGarva picked up the win, as La Ronge ended a four game winless streak (0-3-1).

Thackeray had a goal and an assist in his Melville debut, while Aidan Steinke also scored and added one assist for the Millionaires (4-10-2-2), who head south to Nipawin on Saturday.


Chantz Petruic extended his league-leading scoring totals Friday scoring his 18th goal of the year, and adding three assists for a total of 38 points on the year, as Yorkton played their first of nine straight games away from home, with their fifth consecutive win.

Rookie Steven Norum added a goal and two assists for the Terriers (10-9-0-0), with Kurri Woodford (1g-1a), Jordan Guiney, Carson Henry and Ethan Robson adding the others.  Philippe Bond made 39/44 saves in the victory as Yorkton was out-shot 44-25.

Tyler Traptow, Caden Benson, Liam Fraser, Brett Neumeier, and Jaxon Georget all had a goal and an assist for the Klippers (7-10-2-0).