Tristan Lemyre’s second goal of the game and 20th of the season came early in overtime and the Flin Flon Bombers (26-9-5-0) beat the Nipawin Hawks 4-3 (OT) on the road on Friday night.
Hayden Clayton scored his first goal as a Bomber in his first game, and Troy Quinn also scored. Zach Bannister had two assists in his Bomber debut and Jacob Delorme made 32/35 saves in the win.
Dawson McKenzie (1g-1a), Jordan Simoneau (1g-1a) and Caden Benson did the scoring for the Hawks (23-17-3-0).
Braiden Koran scored twice, while Logan Kurki (1g-1a) and Karter McNarland added goals as the Humboldt Broncos (20-16-4-2) beat got past Melfort 5-4 in a shootout.
Isaac Alvarado replied with two goals for the Mustangs (22-14-3-2). Andrew Hunt (1g-1a) and Tian Rask added the others. Melfort’s still tied for fifth overall with Nipawin, while Humboldt’s now just three points back, sitting in seventh.
The Estevan Bruins scored two third period goals to come from behind and defeat the Weyburn Red Wings 4-3.
Dain Sardelli scored a pair, Isaiah Thomas added one and Erik Boers notched his first goal as a Bruin and it stood as the winner late in the third.
Randy Cooke made 28/31 saves for the Bruins (19-17-3-1), who now have points in seven straight games (6-0-1). They’re now five points up on Kindersley for the final playoff spot.
Dace Prymak, Jake Misskey and Shayde Peterson did the scoring for the Red Wings (16-24-0-1).
The Battlefords Norht Stars won their third straight game, 6-3 over the La Ronge Ice Wolves.
Quintin Loon-Stewardson led the Stars (35-7-2-0) with a goal and two assists, and Kristian Lyon picked up his second straight win making 37/40 saves.
Jordan Mish did all the scoring for the Ice Wolves (23-17-3-2), racking up a hat trick.
Notre Dame and Kindersley are both trying to track down Estevan for the final playoff spot, and they both picked up points on Friday as the Hounds beat the Klippers 4-3 in overtime.
Defenesman Hardy Wagner scored twice including the overtime winner, while Jarrett Penner (1g-1a) and Braydon Iwaschuk also scored. Curtis Wiebe added three assist and Riley Kohonick made 44/47 saves in goal for the Hounds (16-22-3-1).
Jaxon Georget, Liam Fraser and Devon Cyr replied for the Klippers (15-21-6-1).