Saskatchewan Junior Hockey League


Plenty of Flin Flon Bombers filled up the stats sheet, but Cole Rafuse led the charge with three goals and an assist, leading the Bombers to a 9-3 win over the visiting Notre Dame Hounds.

Chase Haygarth had two goals and an assist, Alec Malo had three helpers, while Tristan Lemyre (1g-1a), Matt Raymond (1g-1a), Jaeden Mercier and Billy Klymchuk rounded out the scoring.  Jacob Delorme made 26/29 saves for the Bombers (15-5-3-0), who are now back in sole possession of first place in the Sherwood Division, second in the league.

The Bombers scored the first four goals in the game, all in the first period, and added the last three in a row in the third.  Cole Stevenson, Qartiag Kusugak-Clark and Braydon Iwaschuk did the scoring for the Hounds (10-11-2-1).


Kyle Bosch scored the overtime winner and added an assist, as the Kindersley Klippers went into Nipawin and beat the Hawks 3-2 (OT).

Tyler Traptow (1g-1a) and Liam Fraser also scored for the Klippers (8-12-2-1) and Matt Sanker made 35/37 saves in his Klipper debut after being acquired from Flin Flon in the deal that sent Dane Hirst to the Bombers.

Bronson Adams and Max Johnson scored first period goals for the Hawks (12-10-2-0).  Ross Hawryluk made 23/26 saves.


Dawson Cochrane made his first start for the Humboldt Broncos this season, and he stopped 48 of the 49 shots he faced as the Broncos won 5-1 in La Ronge.

Logan Kurki scored twice in the win, while Bryson Cecconi added a goal and two assist, while Max Gudnason and Logan Foster rounded out the scoring for the Broncos (13-8-2-2).

Grant Longtin provided the only goal for the Ice Wolves (12-12-2-0) who saw their winning streak come to an end at five games.


Ben Hiltz scored for Weyburn, and Dylan Thackery replied for Melville in the first period, and the game was scoreless the rest of the way until the eighth round of a shootout, when the Red Wings came away with a 2-1 shootout victory on home ice over the Millionaires.

Joseph Young made 29/30 saves, and was a perfect 8/8 in the shootout while picking up his first win in the SJHL for the Wings (9-14-0-1).

Berk Berkeliev was 7/8 in the shootout in goal for the Millionaires (7-13-2-3), after stopping 30/31 shots through regulation and overtime.