Daylon Mannon scored his team-leading 21st goal and 45th point of the season, 1:16 into overtime and the La Ronge Ice Wolves out-scored the Flin Flon Bombers 6-5 in overtime on a busy Friday night.
That’s three straight wins for the Ice Wolves (17-14-2-1) and second in as many nights, after their come-from-behind 5-4 win over Yorkton in Pinehouse on Thursday.
Spencer Kennedy added a goal and an assist, while Rowan Barnes, Jake Chartier (first SJHL goal), Aaron Greyeyes and Grant Longtin rounded out the scoring and Liam McGarva made 43/48 saves.
Easton Haygarth scored twice for the Bombers (20-6-4-0), while Dane Hirst and Cole Rafuse each had a goal and an assist. Billy Klymchuk also scored and Jacob Delorme made 42/27 stops.
Liam Fraser had his fourth multi-goal game of the season, and third in the last two weeks, scoring twice more as the Kindersley Klippers beat the Battlefords North Stars 3-2 in overtime.
Captain Brendon Borbely scored the OT winner at 1:37 of the extra frame, and Matt Sanker made 40/42 saves for the Klippers (12-14-5-1), who now sit alone in the eighth and final playoff spot.
The North Stars (26-4-2-0) have dropped three straight games but have points in two of them. Seth Summers and Austin Becker did the scoring and Parker Rey stopped 27 of the 30 shots he faced.
Tanner Martin stopped all 21 shots he faced for his second shutout of the season and the Melfort Mustangs blanked the Humboldt Broncos 3-0.
Tyson Meyers opened the scoring for the Mustangs (19-8-2-1), Kenzie Arnold had a goal and an assist and Tian Rask scored his first SJHL goal.
Michael Harroch made 38/40 saves in goal for the Broncos (15-12-3-2).
Luke Nkwama notched his second hat trick in the last two weeks, and his third 3 (or more) goal game of the season, and the Melville Millionaires beat the visiting Estevan Bruins 5-2.
Zach Bannister added a goal and two assists, while Rin Beny added his second goal of the season, and Berk Berkeliev picked up the win, making 30/32 saves in goal for Melville (10-17-2-4).
The Bruins (11-14-2-1) held a 2-1 lead early in the second period after goals from Brady Nicholas and Isaiah Thomas, before the Millionaires scored four straight included three in the third.
Zach Cox scored twice to give the Nipawin Hawks a 2-0 lead and the Hawks went on to beat the Yorkton Terriers 4-1 on Friday.
After Kaeden Taphorn cut the lead in half, scoring Yorkton’s lone goal in the second period, Jordan Simoneau and Carson Erhardt provided some insurance, and Dalton Dosch made 26/27 saves for the Hawks (17-11-2-0).
Ryan Ouelette made 30/34 saves for the Terriers (18-14-1-0), who look to a salvage a three game road swing Saturday in Melfort.