Former Nipawin Hawk Eric Sorensen had three goals in a weekend home and home against his old club, including two on Saturday night, leading his new team, the Kindersley Klippers to a 2-1 win on the road, making the home and home a split.
Matthew Pesenti picked up the win, making 25/26 saves in goal for the Klippers (2-1-0-0). Michael Makarenko replied for the Hawks (4-2-0-0) while Chase Hamm made 20/22 saves in his first start of the season.
Jaydon Dureau had two goals and an assist, and Reece Newkirk added a goal, leading the Melville Millionaires (4-2-0-0) past Yorkton 5-3 on the road, also splitting that home and home.
Newkirk still leads the league with 12 points (4g-8a) and Dureau is one back with 11 (7g-4a) and now leads the league in goals.
Landon Kosior and Luke Nkwama also had a goal and an assist each, and Bryan Thompson made 34/37 saves.
Keenan Taphorn (1g-1a), Kishaun Gervais and Carson Henry responded for the Terriers (3-2-1-0).
Estevan swept their home and home with Weyburn, winning Saturday’s rematch 3-1.
Emerik Demers was back in goal, stopping 34/35 shots, a night after Boston Bilous blanked the Wings. Kade McMillen, Eddie Gallagher and Tanner Mortenson scored for the Bruins (4-1-1-0).
Joseph Young made 40/43 saves for the Red Wings (0-3-2-0) while Kyle Bailey opened the scoring with his first SJHL goal.
The Humboldt Broncos improved to 4-1-0-0 with a 3-1 decision over the visiting Notre Dame Hounds.
Jarrett Penner and Stephane Huard Jr each had a goal and an assists. Samuel Marburg rounded out the scoring and Tanner Marshall made 26/27 saves.
Raythan Robbins was busy at the other end with a 52/55 save performance for the Hounds (1-2-0-1) while Connor Nolan picked up their lone goal.