SGEU MVP of the Week: Anthony Domina, Yorkton Terriers
The Yorkton Terriers split their pair of games this week as they continue to chase down a playoff spot. A big reason why they picked up a 7-5 win Saturday in Weyburn was the superb play of Anthony Domina. The 20-year-old had a six-point night, finding the back of the net once and setting up five others in the victory. Domina has 13 goals and 22 assists on the season and is currently tied for 23rd in league scoring.
(Weekly Stats: 2GP, 2G-5A, 7PTS)
Bourgault Forward of the Week: Keagon Little, Estevan Bruins
Estevan Bruins Captain Keagon Little played a major part in the Bruins picking up a pair of victories over the La Ronge Ice Wolves this week at Affinity Place. The 20-year-old has been an elite set-up man this year for the black and gold and this past week he had five assists. He also found the back of the net Saturday night. Little is now up to 6 goals and 30 assists in 30 games played this season and ranks tied for 19th in league scoring.
(Weekly Stats: 2GP, 1G-5A, 6PTS)
SuperU Defenceman of the Week: Felix Allard, Estevan Bruins
On the back end, it was Felix Allard who led the charge for the Bruins in their two victories. The 20-year-old defenceman was consistent and steady in both games for the Bruins as he registered a pair of assists in both games. Allard is now up to 12 goals and 21 assists on the year in 33 games played. He is 3rd in scoring among defencemen in the SJHL.
(Weekly Stats: 2GP, 0G-4A, 4PTS)
DirectWest Rookie of the Week: Aiden Fischer, Humboldt Broncos
It was a big bounce back for the Humboldt Broncos Saturday night at home as they blanked the Melfort Mustangs 4-0. Rookie goaltender Aiden Fischer was perfect in the victory and played a big part in shutting down the Melfort Mustangs. The 18-year-old made 31 saves in the victory.
(Weekly Stats: 1GP, 1-0-0-0, 0.00 GAA, 1.000 SV% 1SO)
Sasktel Goalie of the Week: Topher Chirico, La Ronge Ice Wolves
Topher Chirico was the busiest goalie this past week as the La Ronge Ice Wolves embarked on a four-game in five-night road trip in southern Saskatchewan. In three starts, the 20-year-old goaltender went 2-1 and made 105 saves to help secure four points on the road this past week and get the Wolves back to within striking distance of a playoff spot.
(Weekly Stats: 3GP, 2-1-0-0, 2.00 GAA, .946 SV%)
Canterra Seeds Saskatchewan Player of the Week: Spencer Bell, Humboldt Broncos (from Warman, Sask)
What more can you say about the season Spencer Bell is having? The Warman, Sask product is having an unbelievable season for the Humboldt Broncos, and this past week he continued to rack up the points. In three games, Bell scored three and added two assists for a five-point week. He now sits alone in 3rd in league scoring with 23 goals and 27 assists.
(Weekly Stats: 3GP, 3G-2A, 5PTS)