There is just over a week remaining in the 2022 part of the SJHL schedule and teams are currently jockeying for positioning in the standings ahead of their holiday break. Teams are also making moves when it comes to the KidSport Cup, which all 12 teams are competing for during the SJHL season.
Going into Friday, the Battlefords North Stars continue to lead the way at the top of the KidSport Cup standings with 86 goals scored at home. A full look at the KidSport Cup standings going into Friday (Dec 9th) night’s games can be found below.
In total, there have been 631 goals scored at home for KidSport so far this season, raising $12,620.
The SJHL, Saskenergy, and KidSport’s Goals for KidSport program is in its 9th season, and already there have been 5 KidSport game night’s this season. The next one will be on January 13th in Kindersley when the Klippers play host to the Flin Flon Bombers.